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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

PERSON ? ? ?? ?? - ♦ ' Oh Saturday morning. His Excellency the Governor is expected back, from Mel bourne, where; he is attending the third test match. JHe will, uroceed to .Marble Hill where the Hon. Lady Hore-Ruthven has taken up residence. . ' Lady Staibridge (mother* of Capt. the Hon. Hugh- Grogvenor,';AD.C. ,to\ the Governor) is a guest of the Hon. Lady Hore-Ruthven at Marble Hill, Capt. the Hon. Hugh Grosvenor flew from Adelaide to Melbourne on Wednes day with Mr. Edward Tiarks'aa passen ger. The flight; was accomplished in five and a hah! hours. - Sir Douglas Mawson expects to leave Adelaide towards the end of next week by the' East-West express for Perth, en route 'to England, where he will probably make, arrangements for another expedition to the Antarctic regions. When ques tioned on Wednesday night,- Sir Douglas said he could not give any definite infor mation regarding his plans.- He was hop ing to -conduct a scientific 'expedition next summer, but. -the whole matter was...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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TO THE EDITOR The King's Illness. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

TO THE EDITORr The King's Illness. Sir— The news of our King is sun very disquieting. - The bctt and wisest human aid has so far failed to restore him to health, and all we can do is to pray for -. him. Could not all the churches appoint , n special day ' of - intercession— perhaps Sunday next, the first in the new ;year; I am sure that thousands .of , 'bis loyal subjects would be glad to attend, if.only t'.8how_ their sympathy wifht tie Royal : Family in this sad and anxious time. If it were broadcast, all the churches in, Aus- tralia might join in sending up the prayer, 'God save our King.'— I am, sir, Ac, 'C.E.p,'';

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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MOSCOW'S PEACE MOVE. Diplomatic Circles Puzzled. LONDON, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

MOSCOW'S PEACE MOVE. Diplomatic Circles Puzzled. ; - LONDOW. .Ta'nn»nr 9 Diplomatic circles in London are puzzled as to the motive underlying Moscow's offer to Poland of a special protocol, whereby the two countries will mutually umlprfjito to observe the provisions of the Kellogg Pact, without awaiting its ratification b- the leading Powers, including the Vtutci States. M. Litvinoff, in making a simi lar offer to Lithuania, hints at an exten sion to Finland, Eethonio, and Latvia, but studiously ignores Rumania. The- Daily Telegraph's diplomatic cor respondent writes:— 'Undoubtedly the So. viet is anxious to please Washington and Wall Street— the. forme.- because Mr. Eloovcr, rightly or wrongly, ia credited with a bias in favour of the resumption of full relations with the Soviet, while Moscow naturally wishes to curry favour, with American finance,' in view of the need tor loans and trade credits. The Soviet, seeing that some American banks are financing Poland, -. hopes, by procla...

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NEW 'PLANE DESIGNED. Three for Australia. LONDON, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

NEW 'PLANE DESIGNED. ; ? ^ Three for Australia. . LONDON. January 1. A new type ot maenme nas been added to the series of British' light aeroplanes. It; marks an interesting development in the nroduction of British aircraft. The machine has been designed by Air, Simmonds, who was '-'.formerly on the technical. staff of- the constructors of; the well-known 'supcrmarine Southampton fly ing boats, and it has been named the Sim monds Spartan.- The whole first batch of 12 machines has been ordered, and the first machine will be sent to America on Thursday. Australia has' ordered three for private owners, one is ' going to South Africa, more are booked for the United States, and the remainder are for home purchasers. . . ' The main claim for the new machine is in the method of making all the wings interchangeable, and also such parts as ailerons, elevators, rudder, , tailpiece, fin, and flying wires. The basis of this construction is the use of symmetrical wing sections; and although it h...

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BANK CLEARANCES. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

BANK CLEARANCES. SYDXEY. Wedne«.lav. Clearances ot the Sydney banks for the week ended December 31 (tonr days) ag gregated £14.135,373, an compared with £13,851,636 for the corresponding ncriod last year. Clearings o: the Sydney 'banks for 1928 totalled £1,033.511.110, as aRainst £1,034,894,803 for 1«27. Cloaranccs- for the past 10 years were as ollow— 958. £552,216329; 1919, £590,097.781: 1920. £764,546,357; 1921, £709,734,3-{; i--22, £726,532,809; 1923. £805,032^21: ' 1K!4, £843,854,661; 1025. £909.114,483: Ifl26 £954^53.160; 1927. £1,034,894,863; 1928, £1,033,511,119. The total clearance of the Sydney banks for 1928. was £I'^83,774 be low that of 1927, which was a rocor-i year.

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LATE SPORTING. BORDERTOWN WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

LATE SPORTING. BORDERTOWN WEHfflTS. '? Ran January' 12. ^H BRUSH HBSDLES. ^M Fire Stick ; . . 10' 2 ' Oalaablela '. . . » i i^H Eojal View . . 9 10 Tuck a Tuck.. 9 0 ^B Prorident,'. .9 'jr.. , *H MTJXDALLA PLATE,- ' . , Q ^ Ladr Minima . . » O Blno . .V .' 7 '7 10 1 Cycle . . ... 8 1 Gallery. ... 77 Hoed .... 8 0 Wind Up .... 7 1 Abetaw ?'. . ..80; ???; . XOHCE HACE. ' ^j RhyscGold ... 8 12 llerleea'. . . .' S. It fl| LadT Fricnddilp 8 1! Ill Ron .... 8 11 ^M Bins Gully . . 8 1* Tsgore .... 8 3 1 ^M Francii Cston . 8 11 t'roly . . . ._. 8 . 3 ^B .TRIAL' STAKES. ..!.'... J Bate Vindle . 9 0 Lady Paleface .' 7 O ? KIbti* Gold . . 8 0 »jnri- Qton . .7- 9 1 Gallery . ... 8 0 llerleen .... 7 7 ' Wind Up. . 8 0 . Maid Maroln . . 7 7 Abelaw .... 8 0 Tagorc .... 77, Lady Frirodihlp 7 9 ? ' BOKDERTOWS HAXDICAP. : Bonllarian , . . 9 10 Galaihieli ... 7 'T 3(y Company .85 Kanttar .... 7 ? 7 ?* Besiie Stick: . . . ' 8 0 Vrancis Caton , 7 ' 7 Merri Spaao .% 8 0 DUtorbance . . 7.' 7 Cycle ..... 8...

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STATE WATER SUPPLIES. Continued from Page 3. APPEAL FOR ACTION. Statement by Mayor of Pirie. PORT PIRIE Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

STATE WATER SUPPUES. Continued from Page 3. . .. APPEAL FOR ACTION: Statement by Mayor of Pine. » PORT ?PTRIP! W^nK^aT. The mayor' (Mr. C. A. Degenhardt) has lecided to call a public meeting 'to discuss :he serious water famine that 15 threaten ng the Pine district. He said to-day the uuesnon was wnat was me uovemmen: doing, or what did it really intend to -io for the future. 'I am most emphatically ot opinion that this is not the time for the Commissioner of Public Works to rake up old sores with the Hon. L. L. Hill regarding what the latter should have done when he was Commissioner and Pre mier,' stated the mayor. 'I am convinced that Mr. Hill and his colleague (Mr. J. C. Fitzgerald) know the conditions of this town and the district now being served by the Bcetaloo and Bundalcer Reservoirs, Bhd our members are only trying to brinj; befoi- the authorities the facts of the position, pointing out the extreme urgency of being up and doing in order, if pos sible, to avoid the famine wi...

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METAL PRICES. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

METAL PRICES. MELBOURNE. WednosHnr. The lollowing are the official metal quo tations, middle prices, on December 31, from the London Metal Exchange:— Cop- per.— Standard, spot £74-12/6 ton, three months. £73' 6/3; electrolytic, £77, £77' 10/; wife and- bars, £77 10/. Lcad. Sbft, foreign, spot, £22; forward, £22 6/3. Spelter.-Spot, £26 17/6; forward. £26 15/. Tin.— Standard, spot, £235 17/6: three' months, £225 12/6. Silver.— Standard, spot 2/21 per 02., forward 2/27-16; fine, spot 2/4J, fdrward 2/49-16. American electrolytic copper, 16.5 cents per 1b. Silver price, December 29.— Standard.' spot 2/2 7-16, forward 2/2J; fine, spot 2/49-16. forward 2/43. Following are the average metal prices tor the month of December:— Copper.— Standard, spot £69 7/7 7-38 per ton, three months -.£69- 4/4$; best selected, £73 16/10J; electrolytic. £75 4/18 8-19. Lead. —Soft, foreign, mean, spot, and forward. £2J 10/8 13-19. Spelter.— £26 12/2 1G-19. Tin.-Standord, *pot- £227- 13/117-19; three months, £...

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SCRATCHING? SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

SCRATCHING& v . SYDNEY. Wednesday.. Warwick Farm.— WarwicK * arm nanaH , can— Travail, Reonui, Fondant, Sprmkor, Flmdera. Sefton Park .Handicap.— Justify, Royal Tea, Usque d'Or. AecaJon. Nursery— Cabaret Girl, Garrison, Servius, Umbark. Lilykaroo. Farm Stakes— Lane ham, Clarmal, Coloured; All Engage ments— Lady Buddnbar, Student Prince, 'Wedara, - Fools' Paradise, Bolunjer. Spruiker, Hisa Australia, Diorama. Mar garetbal. ? '? ; . ? _ : ? y. - AJ.C. Meeting.— Anniversary Handi cap—Dion. Donald. Challenge Stakes— Calmest, Kannna,. : , ?

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NEW ZEALAND TRAGEDIES. AUCKLAND, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

'NEW ZEALAND TRAGEDIES.: AUCKLAND. Wednesdnr. air*. Lilean Anderson (25). died to-day, the third victim of the accident on K^w Year's Day, when a train crashed into a motor cat. Two persons were killed out right. »? Mrs. Charles Bloomffeld (72). wife of a farmer near Macksville. was lost in the bnsh oh . Sunday/sud 'search parties num bering more, than 100 people have scoured the country in vain. Heavy rain fell on Jlondoy.

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NEW ZEALAND RACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

NEW ZEALAND RACING. ... , WBLLn)CTOS?(X.Z.l.. Wedjetday. Th« Southland Cup.. £1,000 (ane-aM a qna- 7 ft.). Qacen Balboa (lit I ft.). »e«a iUrt*d. Won by a length 'and a quartov . Tiaf, S.O .1*3. ', '. . .- . ? ' '? ? i^-- ','?

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CHASE BY DETECTIVES. Motor Thieves Escape. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

CHASE BY DETECTIVES. Motor- Thieves Ewaper When Detectives Walters and r.O.U. Miller were driving in a- car along Put teney street, Adelaide, late- on Wednesday H:.u *V\av ennr in*n ¥oun2-men ffet.into a motor car. which was standing near ut kerb, and drive off. They became. sus- picious of them and followed. As soon as the occupsnta of the car in front saw they vere being followed, they accelerated violently. Ihe police officers followed them at a high speed through several streets in the city, until the leading car.,skidded,arpond.:a corner, and . a rear tyre Wew out'. -The two [?ounc men thereupon jumped from the vehicle and ran awayl The detectives likewise gave chase on foot,, but the men escaped. ? 'I':'._,: ' :-- ..??:?.....'....?. The abandoned* car 'was 'driven to . the City Watchhouse. and -the' detectives found that' no teport^f: the. 'car-- having'. been Ftolcn had Deen, made.;.- They ?' communi cated irith the owner, who' did not know then . that the car had : been take...

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LATE SHIPPING. WIRELESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

LATE SHIPPING. WIRELESS. The followlnf stumers ehould lie Jf't''» ?anBe of the undermentioned wireleaa sUtiona °H%im, ? Amilihire. Ballarat, Calnlu, Come mara. KTroola™ Katoomba, Bathlln Head, Tola ''vilbounie.-Aller. E.p.rance Bay, HdddbOf, Halle, Katoomba, Kinross. Looaguia;;Jtoraw^ aanuka. Xairana. Ornnjal, «'*»??_ ™* Hoon, Kunlc, Scotland Varn. Sheataead, Taoto, Btniolm. Orctirton, Sron Kaster. Kvdner — Aorangi, Citv of Tokio, Jmee, »? W& Mahrra. -Niagara. Stenaby. Sooonu. ^B^^nSr1^^^.. Slenw ^&&2&2Tiw Man, Hc^lnda, . Onniiton. .^ Thuriday Wand.— UrUUn,- Phyn. IS£^XS.tal5«*., Anthea . AUer.Ber- . rfrr. Rni«hfrc Cariznuw, Centaur, Cauu. C.''B^CathayacS^f_Cl.rWUnla.BOndj, City of Windwr, Clan MacQuarie, rordadale, Kangaroo. Kanma. Lowana.' Oronaay. Orwvf. Port Huon, Ttlresl*. ' -

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DROWNED IN ESTUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

DROWNED IN ESTUARY. PERTH. Wednesday.— A man known as Fhomas Lewis, but now believed to be H. J. l-owjiie (32), whose relatives reside in Melbourne, was found drowvied in tbe Wannerup Estuary, near Br.s-vJton. He was seen wading in shallow water about 500 yards from the shore, and then dis ippcared., His lifeless body was found soon after in two feet of water. A let ter, bearing the instruction thfit it was lot to be opened until after bis death, lisclosed that the man's name was Dow lie. He was employed at Wonnerup Kmber Mill.

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CHESS. PERTH, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

CHESS. .PERTH. , Wednradar. i he following are the results of tbe .Aus tralasian chess championship: — ??-??' : Sixth Round.-:-Co!«nan (W.A.). beat Hill (NJ3.W.), in 94 moves. Seventh Round.— Koshnitsky (N.8.VV.) beat Gundersen (V.), in 25. moves; Younfc man (W-i.) beat-Coleman (W«4 ) iu 49 moves; Morris (W.A.) beat E. A. RjWni 40 moves; Crakanthorp (N.S.W.) beat O'Brien (WJl.) in 46 moves.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

Tha Typhoid Fly, a messenger of death to man.' KIU/THAT FLY WITH' 'JUJSTDIL' - - : ; The Kon*poUoDOtu \f -????.. Powder Kill, jmj rtB HoBW ?'*' VjTQf .. aptly termed the Cockroaches, Ko5Vr«- Tn*°ld F1T. UMquItocs, Jj\lR£ head and legi, on Flies, it, y«'p^ which Utctobet of _- 1 / Disease adhere. Said avBrvwhera 1/ tin. Not ? forman Powder.

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HOTELKEEPER ROBBED. £230 Reported Missing. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

fiOTELKEEPER ROBBED. £230 Reported Missing. The liccnc.ee -of the Central Hotel, Com taerdal :'road, Port Adelaide -Mr. A. £. Taterson) was -robbed of £230 on Wednes day afternoon. -the money beinn . stolen irom the hotel. premises... .Mr; i'aterson, owing to. the holidays, had a considerable ?turn of money on his premises. ? On Wed nesday afternoon, with a member of Uia household, he was counting through the money in his bedroom upstairs. ,'#He had occasion to go below to the bar, and his companion -finishing the count, put the money, amounting to £230, in a kitbag, and joined him below. The two returned * few minutes later to find the bag open »nd the monejr gone.- ? ' _ ; ;. The. money '.was' made ' up.'of. two £10 notes, 12. £5. notes, 40 10/ notes, £15 silver, and the balance in '£1. notes!1 ' He reported Us, loss to. the Port Ade laide Police, who' are making enquiries. DRIVER'S HEAVY LOSS. - Early /on- Wednesday -alienioon Mr. F. Jj. Craiter, driver, 'in'tht).' employ' of Mr....

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Anglo-American Relations. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

Ando-American Relations. Sir— As the charge of 'Tnisrepresenta tion' made by Wm. F. Jacob and other* has not been substantiated, I have no need tn 1m TH-rtnrV-Mi T invite {hum to bo more specific. I appreciate the iairness of The Register in publishing the corre spondence on those vital questions in which I have been concerned. Wm. F. Jacob may .or may not. approve - of 40 much political liberty in Australia, and the pre-war Imperialists of Russia who marched their political opponents' to the icy salt mines of Siberia to get rid of them plunged their country into' a revoliltloa thereby, and lost their own positions, their homes, and in some Instances their lives. ? ' Referring to my statements regarding the 1918- blockade and the tragedy of the, German children, I could name the author ity which circulated this information. hi Australia. . The way in which the. Ger mans kept their armistice pledge seema to have given surprise, aa they were deemed a 'bad lot.' I 'think that the Ameri...

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Burlesquing Wedding Ceremonies. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

Burlesquing Wedding . r^wmniMM. Sir— The letter of Gyer was answeretj ? by Mr. Ward of the Regent inWcdncs- ? day's Register. It is good to have a 'Town Crier' who speaks his mind, even if he hides behind a nom de. plume. To -- tome old-fashioned, people the , marriage, ceremony is still & sacrament, .and to mo' the whole ' performance - was repellent. The 'altar,' with lights and flowew, and the 'priest' in cassock and stole (the, . itole is a symbol of the yoke of Chrirt) . was a false note to strike. After hearing a fine orchestra conducted by Mr.' Cado,,, play the exquisite Bridal March, from ? Lohengrin, the bellowing blaro of the *' Wurlitzer was most inartistic./ After- . the performance .there was ; yery-; little applause near me. ? If Hr. Wallace wished to. show 'the full money's worth of. thj ' £30,000.' instrument j. the roar and crash^t of the battle scenes in 'Rose of Picardy' -i was most realistic. I went on purpose to hear a world-famous artist ou tha instrume...

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Barmera Hotel Project. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

Barmera Hotel Project. Sir— I notice that the Government, il again approached and asked to, strain its licensing law in order that Barmera may be able to obtain a licensed public' house. There is less justification for 'such pro- i cedure than ever.' A little while ago thcrd were only ^two places 'where travel lers could eat; at present there are three. . And the travelling has diminished. Three service cars used to carry travellers from Ecnmark to Morgan via Barmera; now one is sufficient, and its accommodation is not always taxed to th;; utmost. ? I do not know bow many distinguished travellers may want to sojourn in our town for a night, but I think it needs a considerable number pretty often to keep a modern hotel going. No doubt our promising fruit harvest will need 'many hands to pick it, but the men and women ? who do this work usually camp on : the job. In any case, their wage* are not high enough to cnnblo. them to board at ' an hotel big enough to accommodate dis tinguishe...

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