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ATTEMPTED MURDER CHARGE Supposed Outcome of Family Feud. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

ATTEMPTED MURDER CHARGE Supposed Outcome of Family ^'; ' : ' Feiid. - iJv^V.™. ,:. SYDNEY, Sunday! ?w -3 »?? -e'^F'iSe l^J). was seriousl 'wounded 'and his wife, Elsie Blackridgo Meoived minor .injuries, when a shot fSlZ'8,^^' the« in;lrews street. t-i V -j liV\'-'' on oaturday night. Blackridge is in the Sydney Hospital 'n a-cnbcaT- conditon; and his dying-depcJr ?tSn8 ]Sve -» taken. Lmedmtelv after the jhooting the Regent street police arrested a man, and charged him with having' shot, -with- intent to mur der.. It is believed the: shooting was familfer :a- qltarrel bet'rCcn- two . Blackridge. and Ws wife reside at Wom -vi i avenu«- ? P-irlhiglmrst. . ? About D ?^°*-«n. Saturday night, accompanied by Blccfcridce's brother, they- went to ajiouse in MewS street. Receiving no response .to his knocking, it is stated Jrederick Blackridge \bogan to kick on tie door when it opened suddenly, mid a ™n w«* ..fired' fran a - single-barrelled Sf^rt. ' BI?ckrl.d8e -received the full force ??L ...

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

HOSPITAL WIRELESS. For the Children. Since; the. opening. of the Adelaide Hos pital Wireless installation,, the whole of wUiah,. by means of funds raised tln-oic! The_Registcr, has been completed CSCeI-: tal-wireless committee has' equipped 't!i Childrcn's-Convalescent Home, at Moim . Lotty, and is now concentrating i; energies upon 'securing mifflcient funds t begin similar work at the Children's H.. *]?« \North Adelaide* Contributions n »fil\._being received, nnd £265 C/ is l( required; out; of the appeal for £1,500 mini scvc'ral. months ago. ??The. committee hopes to-be able to inr.!. a start on the Children's JlnspiM at 0 -beginning of February, and by that time expect to have a considerable amount in - hand for the work. ?The'Matcst donations received by T-. Register:— . Evelyn A: Moore £in n , A%t7!la? ? '.lirtencrrf 'League . 'B/li'c1'1510^ ? ', 5 °- ' Co^tcdbj-SJrt.'RowcVBaiakiava ° ° ' 1 Police Station cm i Collected- by, Sri. Miller,' Moonta ? Police Station .. i „ , W']l«...

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MINING NOTES. B.H. SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

MINpwbTES. B.H. SOUTH.' ? Output, for .Jour,weric« .ended -December. 2ft:— r Crudir ore-- irratld,- .l8;6*0:tibh«. raataytog. ,1 5.1 per ^cent;.- lead, ;6.9' oi silTOr,' 12.5 vet cent: rfa&';VLead''conc*ntratea produced, ??3S»S tonsi per;. .cctC;. zlocv ... Zinc, contentratfs i p^oducwl; S.918'=tpns.\n«a5inK 2.7 Twr .cent.- lead.;%7' joi' BiIvcr.'-40,6Jper conL line. Bo5p«tcbai:^.I.e4-J concentrafes. S.9G4 tons ..(q'et) ;' xhic -'^dnccn-1 trates^7,S6S:irons (net). V, ??: . ,- , . . ; -.'; : ' ??HUEY YOT/.S CONTROU,.' ,. .,: ; -X 'belated announcement - that the Malar. Siatnese Prospecting; Company, Limited.- 'liad ceased to act as 'raanagihi; agent for thc.Huty Yot Tin DrH(fitl)r, ? IJnjitedJ as long apo as Jtmc 30, i« containM in a. circular to share holders of the Hney Yob Company, signed hv Mr. r. F. Munro, a director. Mr. Munro states that .despite .Hie- raanaginK- roronanj.'5 ' .untier- takihg to^provide, a quallfte'd staff at ,thcititne tlie ajroeraent was nude' in' Fc...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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IN THE COURTS. ALLEGED UNLAWFUL USE OF A CAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

MJHECQURTS. ALLEGED UNLAWFUL USE OF A ..— :.-. CAB. Joaepli Lynch, Arthur Croft, and uor don Lang were charged in the Adelaide Police. Court (before Mr. H. M. Muir hcnd. S.M.1 on Tuesday, with having that morning illegally used a motor car at. Kent Town: Mr. H. L. Lenthall, who prosecuted, said the defendants, who were arrested by Detective Copp and P.O. Richards, were found m possession ot tne car in a small street in Kent Town. There were certain articles jn the vehicle at the timo, but he did not desire to say anything about that at present. Ine car ?was a valuable one.. He was not ready to go on with the case, and must ask for a remand for a week.. For the pre sent he opposed the granting of bail. The Mapstrate-Do you know who w the owner of the carJ-Yes. But we have not yet been able to communicate with him. Th case was set down for hearing on Tuesday next. , ? ? . ? , .. The Police Prosecutor, in explanation of his opposition to bail being granted, said he was not satisfied wi...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BROADCASTING TO-DAY'S PROGRAMMES. 5DN. Adelaide—313 Metres. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

BROADCASTING TO-DAY'S PROGRAMMES. 5DN. Adelaide— 313 Metres. 7— O.P.O. CMmM. , „ 7.1— Tune-in Number— 'In a Clock Store.' 7 5 ? THE CHILDREN'S SESSION, consisting if Bedtime Stories and Musical Numben for the Little Onej, conducted by DADDY. LOSOLEOS. 7' 50— THE* EVESreO SEWS SERVICE, tap plisd Mcluiively to 5DS by the proprieton of THE NEWS. 8— Resume of to-night'« programme^ of PAR LOPHONE neeordinire. specially selected by Meisra. SAVERY'S, LIMITED, of Bundle itreet, Ad|'l_THE BERLIN STATE OPERA HOUSE ORCHESTRA— 'The Matter Singer*,'* overture ^gWnertfDNEY ^jjrchaLL, baritone -~ 'Wipera' (Darewdd). ?'?.?' 8.12 — ROBERT HOWE, . baritone— 'A Sec ^SUiA-MIKE MAHkWs ORCHESTRA— 'The Doll Dance' (Brown), 'Red Lips, Klra My Bluti Away' (Wendlinjt). ._ 8.22— EUDWIO HOFFMAN, baritone— 'Fare- well' and f'Xow i» the Fiddle Mine.'. fronn the 6rst Jan Opera, 'Johnny Strilies Up' (Krenek). 8.30— SYBIL ANDERSON FAGAN. -.-whWIcr — 'NlBhtinRale Sons' (Zellcr)j 'Sourenir' (I^S7biBERLIS STATE OPERA ...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND BOYS. Interstate Camp at Glenelg. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

CHURCH OF ENGLAND BOYS. Interstate Camp at Glenelsr. me nrst united' interstate camp of members of the Church of England Boys' Society in St. Pater's Parish Hall. Glenelg, has been a ureat success. The Melbourne ooys axrivcd on Boxing Day, and ever since thero has been a continuous round of engagements. On Thursday many public buildings in Adelaide were inspec ted. Luncheon was provided by the management of the Myer Emporium (S.A.), Limited. The afternoon was spent at Mount Lofty, and was much enjoyed by the boys. After returning, the whole party of 51 boys were the guests of the Regent Theatre. Friday was free, and many boys visited the city and the Gar dens. On Saturday evening the boys attended the Humphrey Bishop entertain ment at the Garden Theatre. On Suu qay morning, at 8 o'clock, the whole camp was present at a corporate communion at St. Peter's Church. Glenelg. In the evening divine service was held nt Plyjnp ton in Ihe Church' of the Good Shepherd, the rector nf which chur...

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ALLEGED RAZOR SLASHING Accused Man's Denial. BRISBANE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

ALLEGED RAZOR SLASHINa Accused Man's Denial. BRISBANE. Tueidar. J went to t lie detective orhce and pave myself up. Biowne xca* one of my best in^tox. and wus living with me at the flats. I never had a row -with him in niy life.' wiitt r i ruvucK uuiaii. nuoH j ayne \£o)t - t-alosnmn, in eskiiiK the Police ^tfagistrata for bail in. the Police Court tcAUy.* Goran was cliarced wtih having: on1 De- ; rcmbcr 28, at New Farm; with- intent to do grievous Iwdily Jiarm to William Broime.. unlawfully wounded him. . Detective Rochford, giving 'evidence of urcst. raid, that defendant, when charger, rqilicd. 'Right, oh.' ' ? ? :' ?rr- Sub-Inf-pector Lipp 'safd the' 'injured man wns slashed with a razor about 'the hrad, fnee, and arms.. He was id a very 1 1 io-.is conriition when admitted to hos pitil but had since, jmproyed, and was ,- iiu-n out of danger. Goran had. no fixed I lice of abode, and did not remain in any i) Wiciihr place for any length of time. H-- v-s a recent arrival from Sjdnej...

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ASTRONOMICAL NOTES. Phenomena For January, 1929. Supplied by the .Government Astronomer to the Astronomical Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

ASTW)NOMICAL NOTES. Phenomena For January, 1929. Supplied by the Government Astronomer to the ; . Astronomical Society. ? On the 1st the sun rises at 5.6 a.m. at a point, S 8 deg. 84m.' ot K., crosses the meri lian at 1!.1» p.m. 'at an altitude el 78 def. 1m., and sets at 7.32 p.m., at a point 18 deg. 30m.. S/of W. . ^^ On the 15th be riaea at-S.18 a.m. at a toint 26 deg. 17m. 8. o! K., crosses the. meridian it 12.21 p.m., at an altitude of 76 deg;. 18m. udsetr.at 7.81 p.m. at a point !6 dtg.Om. S. On tbt 31rt be rises at 5.34 a.m. at a point 11 deg. 40m. S. ot E., crosses tho meridian at 12.29 p.m.', at an altitude of 72 der. 36m., ind sets at 7.24 p.m., at a point 21 der. 28m. i. of W. In order to obtain standard. or dock time from he sundial, we must add to dial time 18m., on tha lit, Sim. on the 15th, and ISm. on ia 31st. ?? ? The times given In these note* are in South Itutralian standard time, and are calculated for he latitude and longitude of Adelaide. For ?l«ces in abont th...

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CONCILIATION ACCEPTE. Paraguay and Bolivia. WASHINGTON. December 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

CONCILIATION ACCEPTED. Paraguay and Bolivia. . w A SHIKfiTflK.- December 3L . The agreement 'of,. Jolivit.'and. . Paraguay to the .terms, of a 'protocol for.th,e settle ment -of i the frontier dispute.. .between them was .announced to_--lay, at the close of a session of the'Bpecial committee 01 the Pan-American -Conference.- . Representatives of five liations, the names of which have not been announced, will meet- in-an effort to adjust the' dif- ferences' between the two countries, which lin* -lirhnirlit tli'om to the verge of war.

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WEDDINGS. BOWDEN'- PEARCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

WEDDINGS. ; BOWDEJf— PEABrip A-quiet uuduuig wj« ien.brated at. the illiaug uuurgU ot 'purist on ' amaiuiy'- ocuiub-, iHttiuoer ss», whett uune'l, emest «uu -u Mr. ind itr». IS, Uotvaen, MUans, .'was Hurried tu Uuris, elder- daughter of Mr., snd ilre.-J.ii. i'earce, ot Klndarua Ettau, near Jliiaiig; 'Hit Ittr. ira'Uurdin omclated, and MusUuuys SUnwr presided' at the 'organ. The church was deou mted'wlth white Hovers, .large' bowls of pink gladioli adding »- touch of colour.' The bride,' who v.-aa given awag by her father, - was in a charming frock of: white georgette, made -with vtoss-over bodice, and ai-est of silver lacci thc sleeves also were made of silver 'lace. The skirt- was formed with three very full tared Uounccs. A large silver rose, and a trail of - silver '.beds and leave* at the waist com pleted the frock. A long veil of white tulle, tmbroidcred with illyer, and appliqqed -with white silk .leaves, also formed the train .which 'ell in ? soft, graceful folds, and was arr...

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KELLOGG PACT. Russia in a Hurry. MOSCOW. December 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

KELLOGG PACT. Russia in a Hn$y« -,;,-?? .MOSCOW. Dccember'Jl.' II; Litvinoff has addressed a Note, to Poland and Lithuania, suggesting the- sig nature of special prpctocols . wjth Kurfsia to make the Kellogg Pact effective as lulu-ecu, their.' .(ioverjiment^ without; a^t mg its ' geherai completion. '3I.';lJity-nouT has requested France to 'act as an- inter- mediary between Russia and the United States,- to inform the Washington Govern ment regarding her actions. /? , | _' ,

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THE SOCIAL ROUND. HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

fHE SQCML-ROtM). ?«? HERE AND THEREi Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Thomas are stayinf at The Bungalow, Port Elliot. Mr. and Mrs, W. von Einem are staying at Port Elliot. - ???« i '?- . Guests at Xsalta, i'ort Wliot:— Air. ana Mrs. H. Hutton, Mr. and Mrs. R. Sweet man and son, Mr. and Mrs. N. Masters and daughter. Miss K. PywclI.Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Thomas (Melbourne), Mr. and Mrs. A. Norton, Mrs. E. Raymond, Miss R. G. Raymond. Mrs. B. Sirniae, Miss May Wood, Misses Speers (2), Mr. H. Noble. Staying at Thornton, Port Elliot:— Mrs. W. Bayly, Miss Bayly, Mr. and Mrs. C. Kennett, Miss Kennett, Mr. and Mrs. Melluish, Miss Bunbury, Mr. K. Pike, Mr. and Mrs..N. Ncwland, -Miss. Newland, Mrs. Williams, Miss N. Williams. AT THE S.A.J.C. RACE MEETING. In spite of the heat in the' city on New Year's Day, the breeze at Morphettville Racecourse held a distinct hint of Tain until the middle of the -afternoon, when the clouds vanished and the meeting fin ished in a burst ol sunshine. . The sum mery ' (rocking ...

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1929 LA SALLE SEVEN-PASSENGER SEDAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

1929 LA SALLE SEVEN-PASSENGER SEDAN.   U Salle's ultimate expression of travel luxury combined with the ample power and velvety performance of the Caddllae 90-deg. V.type Eight Doors are beautifully trimmed In costly broadlace, and the upholstery Is attrac tively tufted over luxury -spring cushions. . The new Cadillac-designedT syncro-mesh transmission: makei' gear , shifting almost a subconscious act. - . ' -                                                                             ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. SPECIAL NOTICE. Announcements of Births, Marriages, Deaths, In Memoriam Notices and Bereavement Cards, not exceeding; five lines, are inserted in The Register and The Observer for the single charge of Half a Crown for each insertion; extra lines 6d. each. Minimum charge, 2/6. The name and address of the sender must in all cases be given. Death Advertisements, in which a Funeral   Announcement is made, are charged for as if the Death and Funeral were separate announce- ments, viz,, a minimum charge of 2/6 is each case.         In Memoriam and Death Announcements con-   taining reference to more than one deceased are charged 2/6 each for each deceased mentioned, as if they were distinct and separate announce- ments.             BIRTHS.         ADAMS,...

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ATHLETICS FOR GIRLS. Mixed Games Spoilt. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

ATHLETICS FOR GIRLS. Mixed Games Spoilt. "If an athlete, man or woman, attempts any hard sport or competition untrained, he or she runs a very grave risk of per- manently damaging the heart muscle or some other essential part." This state-     ment was made by Mr. E. B. Turner in a lecture delivered before the Institute of Hygiene, London. As regards girls, a commission that made an enquiry a few years ago concluded that if girls were sound to begin with and were properly and judiciously trained they might at- tempt any sport or exercises undertaken by boys of the same age, except tug-of-   war and Rugby football. Women should contest with women. If hockey or lacrosse or similar games were played by mixed teams of men And women, either the girl or the game would be spoilt— the game if played down to the speed of the woman ; the girl if the game was played at the ordinary pace. ' The one sport in which women could come nearest to men was swimmin...

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

BIRTHS. KIDMAN.— On the 24th December, at the Me-   morial Hospital. N.A., to the wife of C. N. Kid- man, Netherton, , Peake— a daughter. LEATCH (nee Myrtle Stoddard).— On the   26th December, at Stirling District Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. P. J. .Leatch — a bonnie daugh- ter. Both well.       McCABE.— On- the 20th December, at Lox- ton to Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McCabe — a son (James Brian).   MOYLE.--On the 18th December, at Rumont,   Unley Park, to Mr. and Mrs. S. Moyle— a. son (Donald Wheaton).           PEARSON (nee K. Skinner).— On the 21st December, at Rumont, Unley Park, to Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Pearson— a daughter (Margaret Mary). Von EINEN— On the 28th December, at Leatern Private Hospital, Payneham road, St. Peters, to Mr. and Mrs. V. R. von Einem, of Seventh avenue, St. Peters — a son. WALL.— On the 28th December, at Ross Park...

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CASUALTIES BODY RECOVERED FROM RIVER [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

0SUALTIES. BODY RECOVERED FROM RIVER. ?HOBART, Monday.— The body of David 'Bishop (19), a visitor from Tun Stall (V;), who was drowned on .Friday «t. RWkmanV Rav: nenr Brown's River. a ^resort' on tne Jtuver rrerweni, wag re covered on Saturday morning in 40 ft. of water, 100 yards' from th» Bhore. Percy, Thomas, the young man who was with, Bishop when the accident occurred, is in hospital suffering from shock. CAUGHT BY UNDERTOW. MELBOURNE, Monday.— A drowning mishap occurred at Waratah Bay (V.). on Sunday, when Mr. Luke Moore, son ol Mr. Con Moore, of Buffalo, -was carried out by the undertow in the presence of his wife and child. A large number 0! visitor* were picnicking pii. the beach, and the tide was receding when Mr. Moore and his brother, who: iwere in tha breakers together, appeared -to -be -parted by a wave. Mr. - Moore's brother reached safety with great difficulty. Mr. Walter Clark,-sen., of' Foster, a' strong swimmer, swam , to within half a . chain, of Mr. Moore, but ...

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ROUNDING UP BLACKS. ALLEGATION AGAINST CONSTABLE. WAS CHAINED PRISONER SHOT? ALICE SPRINGS; Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

ROUNDING UP BLACKS ALLEGATION AGAINST CONSTABLE. WAS CHAINED PRISONER SHOT? By our Special Correspondent. ALICE SPRINGS, Tuesday. Giving evidence to-day before the Federal Enquiry Board, of which Mr A H O'Kelly P.M., is chairman, Paddy a black tracker, said that M.C. Murray, of Barrow's Creek, had shot a black prisoner chained by the neck because the black had   swung the chain at him.               Paddy had denied at first that he had seen Murray shoot any blacks, but amended his story after crss-examination by Mr. J. C. Cawood (Government Resident and a member of the board).     Story In Pidgin English. In blackfellow English, Paddy described the expedition on which Murray and his party are alleged to have shot 17 blacks while seeking the murderers of Mr. Frederick Brookes, prospector, in August last.   The black cannot separate the import...

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INDUSTRIAL PEACE SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

INDUSTRIAL PEACE SUNDAY. In an effort to extend the influence of the Industrial Peace Conference, which will reassemble in Sydney on February 19, the chairman (Sir Wallace Bruce) stated that a proposal by him to make Sunday, February 17; in South Australia a special occasion for prayer for the success of the conference's efforts had been 'acceptable to ecclesiastical leaders. Sir Wallace Pruce, who is now in Melbourne, said on Sunday that he understood the Bishop of Adelaide had communicated with the Primate of Australia (Archbishop Wright) and Archbishop Lees (Melbourne) in   the hope that Sunday, February 17, might be similarly observed by Anglican   Churches throughout the Commonwealth. GAUGE PROBLEM ON EAST-WEST LINE. - ' ' Although traffic on the Transcontinental Railway between Port Augusta and Kal goorlie has' been increasing, it is seriously, hampered by the break of gauges .(says Ih'e Melbourne Age), and until the gauge is made uniform over the who...

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CARNIVALS AT THE BEACHES. HUGE CROWDS AT THE SEASIDE SPORTS AT LARGS AND BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

CARNIVALS AT THE BEACHES. ----------♦----------     HUGE CROWDS AT THE SEASIDE ----------♦---------- SPORTS AT LARGS AND BRIGHTON. At all the beaches along the gulf there were huge crowds on the holi- day, and special attention was directed to Largs and Brighton, owing to the carnivals conducted there. . The Largs Progressive Association, which has for many years worked hard in the interests of the residents of the dis- trict, held a highly successful carnival on Tuesday. An energetic committee, with   Mr. R. Fenwick as secretary, was in charge of the arrangements, and a long     and varied programme was carried out efficiently.                     . The carnival opened with a children's fancy dress procession, which marched   from Largs Reserve along Military road and Jetty roa...

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