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CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOUR. State Summer School. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOUR. State Summer School. ? On Friday a rally of .the Southern Dis trict Christian Endeavour Union was held at Mount Barker, where about 50 Endea vourers held a Christmas camp. About zw were present in me anernoon. mr L, J. Samuels (State superintendent of the young people's department) conducted the questionnaire on How can. we revive Christian Endeavour work?' Pastor I. Durdin ( president of the district union) was in the. chair. Several,' including' Pas tor J. Wiltshire (State president).- spoke on the subject. S0I09 were rendered by Misses Leedhan and I. Stevens. The Rev H.\ 8. Joyce gave an address. In the evening a service was held in the Baptist Church. Pastor Durdin was in the chair An address was Riven by Mr. Wellington (vice-president of the district union) on 'Whatsoever.' Pastor Wiltshire spoke en 'The Life That Pleases God.' . On the occasion of a brief visit of the increase and betterment superintendent (Mr. J. E. Braridwood, of the Eastern Suburban Chr...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

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Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

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Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
REPARATIONS COMMITTEE. British Experts Chosen. LONDON. December 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

REPARATIONS COMMITTEE. British Experts' Chosen. T.nvTIOV TlprpmVier 31. The Cliancellor of the Exchequer an nounces that the Government hag nomi nated Sir Josiah Stamp and .'lord Bevel stoke to be the British memuers of th« committee pt experts, wmen it nas uecu decided to set up in order to , frame' pro posals for the final, settlement of. the reparation .problem. There will also ha two deputy member*, whose names will bo announced later. .-.????. Sir Josiah Stamp is a well-known econo mist. He was British representative on the committee under. .the presidency, of Gen. Dawes which drew up the present scheme of reparations in 1924; Lord Revelstokc is a director of' the Bank of England, ' and ? a partner- in the banking firm of 'Baring Brothers. ? -, ?

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

TflK ADELAIDE . Safe Deposit SHCRHNFEU DTBEET/ ' ProMdes Seckrit; foi Slonic of Ciih Dctli. COVKRNMENT B0NIJ3 Jnralkrr te Yearly Rents of Safes from 25/. T298»o f. CHAKLTON, ilinigcb

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BRITISH LIFEBOATS. Fine Record for 1928. LONDON. December 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

BRITISH LIFEBOATS. Fine Record for 1928. -( ?' '?? ? ? ? ? ' T.ONnOV. Deeemlier 31. British lifeboats in 1028 saved 51? livet, including. 83 of seven foreign ..nations. Siity were saved . in 10 days during the - November, gales, . ' Only- one accident occurred, the -~Ri» disaster. ]'?? ?'; - . I

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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INTERNATIONAL RUGBY. Ireland Beats France. PARIS. December 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

INTERNATIONAL RUGBY. Ireland I' Beats'-; France ' V PARIS. December 312 Fifty thousand people watcnea u» Rugby football match between Ireland and France at .the .-.Olympic Stadium in Paris. Ireland- 'won by two tries to nil.; ? In the- Northern Rugby Union to-day Wigan High Field beat Broughton, 8-0. Dumbarton beat Clydcbank, 6-4, in tho second division of the, Scottish League. ?

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ROBBED HIS FATHER. To Pay Fare to Australia. LONDON. December 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

ROBBED HIS FATHER. To Pay' Fare 1o Australia. ? LONDON; December 31. Arrciited at lilbury Docks after book nz hU paRssge for' 'Australia, -Stephen .oriK'.ll (23) was to-day sentenced to six nonths' . impruonment at Lancaster on a jliargs of having robbed his father of £72, part .of a' legacy which be was distributing as. an executor; .and^ also of liaving 'stolert a motor boat:- apdi engine. Corhall told the police that he had spent all the money, excepting £8 odd, :n paying for' his 'outfit' and passage. He was shown to h»ve hid nine prcviou» convictions, and to. have absconded frqi a- reformatory'' in- Cheshire.' ''? ' ''?'-' — — ^— — — — s

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SCHNEIDER CUP RACE. Three Nations Entered. LONDON, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

SCHNEIDER CUP RACE; Three Nation* Entered. LONDON, December 3U En'»vies for the. seaplane, race ::Ior..tua Schneider Cup, which, is held by. Great Britain, closed to-night.. Only Great Britain, France, and Italy' nominated teams. ? ' ? ?

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BILLIARDS. Lindrum v. Davis. LONDON, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

BILLIARDS. Iindrnm v. Davi*... T.nvnnK.- December- 31. A fortnight's time limit billiards niatcli «as begun to-day, between Joseph -Davis anil Fred- Lindrum,' Scores:— Davis ,(in play), 2,084; Lindrum.810. Lindrum dis played good form, but his iinpetuousnesi led to his breaking down over simplelook ing shots. His leading breaks were 173 nnd 174, compared, with 458, 2Q7,.and 310 unfinished by Dayis, chiefly by top of the table methods. . .-? ? '

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FIFTY YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

FIFTY YEARS AGO. From The Register, Wednesday, January . 1, 1879. The drugging of a stoker and theft of a locomotive, which was subsequently abandoned near Port Augusta, were re   ported from Saltia.— The Amir of Afghanistan submitted at Jallalabad to   the British forces.'  

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

MAIL NOTICES. ? Overseas and 'special malls, will .dose at the General Post Oflce, Adelaide, as shown here under:— / ': UNITED KKODOM, COSTINENTi EGYPT.' DJDIA,- SINGAPORE (Comorin). due 'London February .21.— Parcels. — ^This' day-^-1' .p.m. Money Orders.— -ThU day— 4 p.m. Newspapers and Packet*.— TbU day— 0 p.m. ' Letter* and Commercial Packets, — Thursday, January.. 3 — 10.30 a.m. (late fee, 12 noon). Supplementary, via Fremantle.— Registered Letters.— Thursday, January 3 — 6 p.m. Letters and Commercial Packets.— Friday, January 4—8 a.m. (late lee, Adelaide Railway Station, 9.45 a.m.). UNITED'' KINGDOM (Hobsons Bay).' due London February 11.^— l'arcels.-^Saturiay, January S — 12- noon. Newspapers (all-sea). — Saturday, January E — 12 noon, i Later Vails -to United Kingdom. — Latest closing - dates: — Via Suez (Orama). — Friday, January 11 (dne London February 9). , Yla.Suex (Narkunda). — Friday, January 18 (dne London February 16). Via 8uer (Osterley).— Friday, January 2S (dne. L...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A SIGN OF THE TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

. A SIGN 0? TSB TIMES, 'Times have changed,' remarked the gncst to his host, and he nodded towards the magnificent ttlrelesif cabinet in a corner, of the room. 'A few Team aco uuuuay uremnea oi inoBB tnmgS. TDat S a magnificent set. by-the-Way. Cost you a pretty penny. I betf 'Oh. no,' returned his host. 'I got that with coupons from Gasper cigarettes —7.200 of them.' ..-.-? The other gasped in surprise. 'But. you must have nearly smoked yourself t-J denth.-' ? . .- ? _ 'Not At all-nat at ill,' was thegmil ing rejoinder. 'That ? cabinet was won for me by the tireless smoking of my wife,-' dauithtcrs. and mother-in-law.'-

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LAND AND COUNTRY NEWS. THE MAN ON THE LAND. STATION TELEPHONES. North-West Necessity. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

LAND AND COUNTRY NEWS. THE JAN ON TH£ LAND. ; i r - i- ? - 1 -i -. . - _ STAtWNTELEPHOWfiS. N6rth*Welt Necessity. AH tbe'*tatl6flS in the iiotth-west 6f this State- ire e-agerlir a«alting the Fede ral authotitieV decision to iiistal a trunk telethonfe line from Port Augusta to Tar cooia, a aistance oi ajipiuAimarajr ^«« miles. It is estimated that approxi mately 20 stations, which in normal eeaj sons carry half a million sheepy ?will utillte thiS Seffica, which is needed im mediately jn view of the fact that so mudh development and improvements afe being effedted ia that coiigtry. The 'ort Atlfitstti btaneb « the Btcekownere ABsOdatftin Is mdvljlg Jn this, ftttteh and the seVifetafy (Slf. H. 0. Wbitford is still hopciuT that ptdmpt action will -e token. .

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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
COUNTRY NEWS. BARMERA. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

GOUNIRY jMWS. .'BARMCRA. , Decemlier SO'. — ConrJIdlnts ' have been made that the roadway at the loot of. the btoclta on the ridge at Loreday ia impassable for heavy traffic as a result ol water drained from blocks mi Ui« ridftr Th* Wnfltdl li UiMg tn« matter up ter Metftain It an extension ct th* ?ipos «ata be made, ottierwM it *otild lntolW rattlna; in 44 chain! of rubble road. Tha [jorcdiy School Mttihlttee has oMllntd apV'- v-al for the mnoral of the! rfdiool to a bitter ?ite. A tender for the wort has bwo afeeptcd. It will b» erected alongside tha three concrete IkjusH. owiied by tht litigation Cdttmlasltro. The Lotedly Irrigation area is tipanding, and luring ihe last year or w, a nnmbtr of blocks have btrn Uken up. There Is little donM that Loveday will develop into the largest and possibly, the best part of the district. A itmbor of cettleni who have come from Cadcll, Ifprcdate the change. Tht Oovennsent, rca IWng the expansion that is bound to take place, bas rtade arallabl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

SHIPPING. jP ORIENT LINE, j EOYAL UML 6TEAiTEE3 TO LONDON. ? Calling tt Colombo, Suez, Port Said, Htplea. J Toolon, Gibraltar, and Plymouth. J Sttamtx. I Tom. 1 Commando. I Bills, i H28-182B SEASON. ** ! ORAHA £0,000 0. 0. Uatlctoa Jan. 10 -n OSTERLE1T 12,129 H. J. Sarsoo Jai. 24 = OBSOVA 12,041 O.Q. Thome Feb. 7 OBVIETO 12,133 P.E- O'Sullevan Feb. SI OTIHANTO 20,000 H. 0. SUnntor Mai. T OHMONDS 14,863 U V James liar. M - OBFORD 20.000 A: L Oweni Apr. 4 OEONSAT 20.000 W. & Shelford Apr. It ©RAMA 20,000 0. 0. lfathwon May t . EUROPEAN SEASONS. WISTEB EPOBTS IS SWITZERLAND CHRISTMAS TO END OF FEBBDABY. EIVIEBA, SPAIN, AND ITALY. UABCn. APRIL, AND MAY. ZQYPT. PALESTINE (ALSO MOBOCCO). B DEOEHBEB. JANUARY, AND FEBRUABY. . INTENDINO PASSEN0EB8 ABE REMINDED JHAT EARL? BOOKING AFFORDS A WIDBB B. PHOIOE OF ACCOMMODATION. FARES— ADELAIDE TO LONDON. IALOON— Single, from £9« to £132. ' '-- ; - ' Return, tram £163 to £2St. -. THIRD. CLASS.— Single, from £38 to £44. Return, from t68 to £...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

-L-^ ._ AMUSEMENTS. GARDEN MATE 1 j , Vhdhi 0. 302. - Pf^on ? ,'..S. .. J. C. tfllllatttson. :' Nightly, *t 8.10 stuff* ' 'Wit BIO WEEK .: ' ' cf THE FAltOUS ENOUGH HUMPHREY BISHOP ? MUSICAL COMEDY COMPANY. This Week'a ProgranuHe .tinafilinodsly acclahwd to be -~ A Gem Atfloflgst GemS. ?/ , Prices— SatoHayj and Holiday!, 41, */, S/,' 1/. Week; Nights, S/. a/,,-1/. All pliu tax. Plan at' Allan's .until B .p.tn., later at Cltta* Store. Cen.'.'573B, after -U0 rtaff Cen. 307,. EVERY -NIGHtrAT 8.15. : JApROlift : ?1':CABAl|R;i:^;:: U'sCodl— ReaDy Codlb tMt New Delightful Theatre. Sftartiy JVloJeVineir-Jailic-Dantlbft iPLAN^illAN'S. New Zealand ' '' ? limiraflee Coy., Limited. .; Fire, Marine, Accident. '.'':': EOttTH ACSfBALtAH BfiAHCBj . - . AlWoS BMtt, WaymmiKi KrMt - -0fcwt .. E.. T..OROSK Manafcer. I SOWING. ;, _ COrtTlNUEB FROM PAGE I. _ : THE N.Y& LINE. '-'?L ^ sirPod WSfiJ. eAisHa. ?'lUSlU, CHIKA.-arf JAPaS. tia BR1SBAK2, -;;- oowasviLLE, aim Thursday island. : ??., . Stt&...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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TODAY'S DIARY, [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

TO-DAY'S DIARY. Tides.— High, -water, 1M ajn'; 'low 'wa'ter, 1420. p.m. V .. AMUSEMENTS. 130 aria' '8.VMaieBtio ? Theatre—Jim ? Ger ald's Company. ? ? ? fclO.— -Garden . .Theatrer-Musical Comedy Company. 8.15.— Palais B.oyal-'fCabarct.-^ ?: ':. ' '''EICTTJRES. AU Day.-Regent-'A New Year Wed ding.' P ?.?-,, . ; All Day. —WbndergrapV — 'Hunting: t tower.' /- . .... Aft Day.— Pav.— 'The ' Haunted Range.' A.U Day.-Torfc-'Heart to Heart.' ' 2.30 and 8.— West's— 'Sun Kwong Wan.'.' ' MISCELLANEOUS. ? ? . ; All Day.— Zoo and Snake Park. . -

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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HOLIDAY ACCIDENTS. TWO CARS WRECKED. Crash on South road. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

HOW TWd CARS WRECKED. ?'/? Crash on South road. . ^Colliding ,. with a .violent crash on the South rroad,- 'Edwardstown, on, Tuesday evening, two -motor, cars were badly dam aged., and had to be removed, from, thfe rpad.py a breakdown scrnce. . .Remark able to; relate, only one of the passengers 'received injury. .. One., car,, driven, by Mr. F. Wright, of StiJgUng.-.'waa; travelling, north along the South-road,- at about 6.30 o'clock, and when about to turn into tho Cross roads, it was struck by the car of Mr. L. Smoke, of Henley: Beach, going in the opposite direction. . -Mrs, Wright, ,:who. wag. with her, husband, received*. nasy. go th. over the; syev- end-,wes .treated: if a nearby doctor, taring several stitches inserted.. ; . i ???,. ?.-.

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RIVER-LEVELS (Above-Summer Level)ADELAIDE,December 29, [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

D1VVR- T.VWhlS.- - -(Abon-Summir Level.) . ; 4; . -,ADELJUDE,fl)ecember.'2»; . Flood or Uelirnt tt buaugr w CrIUcal SUge. In ' M hours ft in. ft. in. Jt In. lundagal . . . S3 6 ,S 6 NG' Vagga%Wagga . «0 0 4.1 0 2F leniSqum ... 28 0 .2 .7 .f 0T 2tF lay . . . . 20 0.3 7..: 0 IB loulamein . . . IS 6 8 7 °'}J ialrtnald ... 18 0 , 2 1 N.a Joodoga . .-. . 10 0 ',Low . ;' 7— '* lungmdi «..'-. »* 0 : ,1-11,-. '.' 0 1 F iogll ;....». 0 Low ???—;? Jamoi ..... 2S 0 ' 2 3' - . ? N.C. tarwon ? ,88 0 3 8 0 IP Jrewarrlna . . . 26 0 , 3 O 0 8 F Jonrke . . . *1 « .Low - — Louth ...... S8 0 Low ? - — t . filpa .... 39 0 Low — Vilcannia .... 30 0 ' Low ' — Henlndie ... 20 0 2 « 0 1 F ?ooncarie ? 25 0 14. N.C. [?entworth ... 22 0 2 .4 0 2 | ilbury ? 14 0 SO 0 .1 T Upper Lock . ,— 16 .8 N.C. Schuca ... 29 0 6 .6 01F l-ower Lock . . — 18 N.C. 'uston ... 32 ,0 8 10 . - 0 » F iorpm ... .f » 10 9. N.a X tenmark .... 26' 0 16 0 N.C. jretman . . ..0 0. 3 11 N.C. J.'riie, F. falCN-B. no' record. N.a no change....

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