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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. Amusements .. .. .'. .. ..' .. 2 Auctions ? , .. 14 Board and Lodging .. ........ .,14 Business and Partnerships ? 14 Carriers ? '. ? , 14 Football ? 2 Funeral Notices ..' .' ? ' 2 Government Advertisements . . .' 14 Holiday Resorts, Hotels, 4c. . . 14 Legal Notices ? U Lost and Found ,. .... .... ..14 Medical ?. ? \ Miscellaneous ? 2 Motors and Cycles ? 1 Offices, Warehouses, and Shops to Let ? 14 Persons Wanted .. ..... '.. ... 14 Professional Engagements ? '14 Properties for Sale .. ? 14 Properties Wanted .. ., ? 14 Public Notices .. ..?„?.?;.;?.?. ..'2 Shipping . .. ., ? 1 Situations Wanted ? 14 Tenders ,. ... .. .... '..-... .. 1 To Let ? 14 Wanted to Buy ? 14 Wanted to Sell ..- „, .: \. „ '.. It

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WINTER CRICKET. Freak Match played. LONDON, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

WINTER CRICKET. Freak Match played. ??'??'?? LONDOHV Januarv 1. -'.The cricket match between the 'Hamp- shire. Eskimos' and 'Squire's Ivalids' was' played to-day amid picturesque scenes, on Half Dennvl Downs, whpre-tho Humhie. don men founded the first English cricket club in 1750. Mr.; J. C. Squire, editor of , The London Mercury, and author of a number: of poems, . who organized the game, ' cabled the teams' congratulations to A.. P.' F.- Chapman.- ? It -will be recalled .that in announcing the match, which was in aid of charity, Mr. Squire; said:— 'Rain, hail,, or snow, we shall play the match. Flannels will be compulsory, although gloves will : bo permitted. If.it is freezing there willbe a matting wicket, and' plenty of hot coffee will be provided; ? If it snows we will sweep the pitch.' .?-??-.

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

BARLOW'S GREAT SALE Commences To-day! r See Our Windows for Many DRASTIC REDUCTIONS. Everything in Our Stores Reduced in Price Even to Shoe Polishes. , The A. W. BARLOW Shoe Stores, 8 and 67 Rundle Street, Adelaide. Branch: St. Vincent Street, Port Adelaide. {donate W-/y' HALF-YEARLY SUMMER SALE CONTINtTES THIS MORNING AT 9 SHARP. MANCHESTER DEPT . BARGAINS. | JKpRY&fiLOVES I Every item In our well stocked de- ! . ^m*gii@ll£i&. ?? ? 1/11 fiIIP-T — ' . ?«»-/«-' .Mi'- PURE ' 1 J 71 1 I partment has been GENEROUSLY [ -Ji^^^^^r*. ^L ' - 1/11 fi cniTunor 1*1/1 I' reduced. , ... ; ^^^^^^^m^ TOWELS for- - -J/11 I| SUK HQSE ? - '/ ' 2/9 WHITE -; 1 /iii , H^Sl^n ?*&%& fz^f^' 1!: cierf g'.2,:L«^ I currr*™/* £ ' I / I r BSkffl ^?sHssr^ssW ^!^cS«» wlt'1 beautiful coloured embroidery -SS M*™* ni.»»,mi .^j r' nj.JL-f SHEETING for - - -l/if \W Mfjk -^Ek ^^^ w*-m^. n ?vJ^'m^r. 'tie'S; I 'Horrocksea' 51-inch -White Linen- Jg? WtWt I3fc. ^lM ^ « « £™ ^ #-- H 'Z11- ;?.-...

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CHAMPION CROPS. Tatiara District Visited. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

CHAMPION CROPS. Tatfera Dishicf Visited; ' Mr; W. J. Spafford (Deputy Director ol Agriculture) visited the Tatiara district pist before Christmas to judge- wb'eat crops which were qualified for . the champion of South Australia competition. Mr. Spafford said that every crop he had seen trom Mundalla' to the border was a good one, and those on good fallow - were cJt tremely fine.' Another feature of tha . * district was tlic area that had- been under crop. It was increasing rapidly from year to -year, and. much country that was de voted entirely to sheep was being rolled end levelled. Results of the 'championship competition' should be available' within th« next fortnight. . . . . '

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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UNIVERSAL PRAYER. Meetings Next Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

UNIVERSAL ''PRAYER. Meetines Next Week. Every new year a call in Usued by tha ? World's Evangdlical Alliance, whose head' quarters are in London, to pray._ On tha nrooont nxonlnrin thl- arinCal is bemZ locally sponsored by the . Louncil j£ Churches,- the . Evangelization Society, and the committee of .the Adelaide Com munity Prayer Movement. The meetings, which will be held in the Adelaide Town Hall, will bo a feature of the lunch hour during cach day of next week. J ' f The appeal, which- is broadcast through out the world over the signatures of some of the leading religious ? leaders, claim* that a review of the 'pist 'year; with iU difficultien. strifes, and. opportunities only deepens the conviction that .the 'alterna tive is to' pray .or to perish. _ 'The pro phets, were' surely right/'i, ,it is stated, 'when they-' said. that the people perish for lack of vision. Israel lost, ita sense i if proportion, . secondary '' tbirige were salted to a place ( of '?primary import ince, a...

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DENTON WHEAT TROPHY. Record Entries. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

DENTON WjHEAT TROPHY. Record Entries. ; f^f^^S f #° ?oyal ^giicultnral Society (Mr. H. J. Finnis) stated on Wed. ncsday ttat already 40 entries had bei | ff^J^i''? ^ PF^ of ^ state for th« ' 1 Denton trophy, and they should provide rt the next Boyal Show an attractive and comprehensive display of commercial J sempjes of wheat as produced in Soirtli j Australia during the current year. Since - j the trophjT was given, entries have in- ' JJS?'^ PraduaHy— 1D25. three; 1920. ninef 1827. 19: and 1928, 30. ;

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

THE WEATHER :. la .tie. Aon map ithe . isobars or. fino of equal kcnffietrTe *f*MsV ' ?ore' are ahown1, the' values being indicated by the figures given at tht end of each line. ;. Direction of tb* wind is shown by arrows flying with the wind:— . ? ' ' :, ' ? '? -. ' Light 'breexe ' . |p ^ ; Moderate brte«e^' mi *^ . ' ?;. ' ?- Strong -breeie^ - - » Gaie-» - '4 . . ? . , O. represents calm. The state ~of the sea is shown by the letters 8. (smooth), M. (moderate^ fy Jmtffyy. 8. Jyery rough). Shjiding . ? indieatea wm-haitfs^eii^ * -t-^^— .' ' '

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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KING'S ILLNESS. Continued from page 9. LATEST BULLETIN. "Not Unsatisfactory." LONDON, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

KING'S ILLNESS. Continued from Paie 9^ LATEST BULLETIN. 'Not UoiatUfactory.' 'LONDON. January 2.. Those in Palace circles regard the latest bulletin as not unsatisfactory, as, despite his restlessness, the' King is able to main tain bis 'condition. The strtitorle asrainst ?reat weakness, however; shows signs of being very long. The calcium treatment is continuing. - Experts; interviewed, about the calcium treatment, say. there is increasing evidence ;hat in certain' weak states of- health there is a. reduction in the calcium contents' of the blood. . .This deficiency can be made food by administering soluble salt through the mouth,, but this is a slow method of jetting calcium into the blood stream. It is usually injected into- a vein, particur larly that in the crook .of the elbow, by means of a hypodermic syringe. Thus the blood calcitim iB raised - to . normal. UsuaByv there are several' injections-, at intervals of a day or two. -Dgnbtlesn; the Btlcium is being administered .to....

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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VICTORIAN LOANS. Large Sum Needed. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

;viCT6feAN'10ANS. Large Suta Needed. ' MELBOURNE. Wednradav. -Accompanied by the Under-Troasurer (Mr.H; A. Pitt), the Premier (Sir William McPherson) will leave Melbourne for Can berra at the week-end, to attend the meet ing on January a of the. Federal Loon Council, 'which will consider the loan re quirements of the States for the financial, rear, 1929-30. In that year, Victorian loans totalling £19,843,000 will mature. All of these loans were raised in Aus tralia, about £8,310,000 'being held by the State Savings 'Bank, arid £11,533,000 by other contributors. Treasury- officers con sider that nearly the whole; of -tba oans will be renewed without difficulty.. No Victorian State loans will become due in London for about six years. . ? ? The loans maturing in the cuiTent finan cial year total about £17,622,000, about one-half of which is due to the State Sav ings Bank, and one-half to private inves tors.' In addition, it is necessary to, bor row about £8,000,000 in the .form of n ne...

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BIG DEFICIT IN QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

BIG DEFICIT IN QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE. Wednesday. Revenue returns for the month and six months .ended December 31, were issued to-day. The receipts for-the month total led £1,515,904, being an increase of £71,095 compared with December last year. Land revenue increased by £41,252, but railways decreased by £11,668. Taxation showed an-increase of £22,808. The figures for the six months were £7,447,833, com parcd'with £7,388,874 for the correspond ing period of last year. ' - Tbe expenditure for the month was £2,326,353., compared with £2,302,714 -last December.— -{The- --icess -civ-expenditure for the sir months- wai r£l,074,421; com pared with £781,198 for the- corresponding period of hst year. . ? . . '

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POLICE DEFIED. SHOP BESIEGED. DEFENDER KILLS HIMSELF. WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

Pill || V , llrHMI 1 vlil Vli lr ill llil/ ? DEFENDER KILLS HIMSELF. WELLINGTON YK.Z.}. Wednesday. Miss Dorothj Withey, proprietress of a lull} shop at Wangonui, was attacked by ? joung man to-night, and was taken to 'loanital with a deep scalu wound inflicted with a bottle. - . '? . 'The man, who .had a double-barrelled gun, locked himself in the shop ' and defied the police, who saw him, with strings attached' to the triggers of the gun, sitting' at a side window;- .-.' .'- He defied them to arrest him, and was master of the situation. - He talked to the police through the wiwdow.; '' .f . A ? later' report says that., the police &prayed:-ammonia 'ori the man,- and that :e shot himself dead. ' - '.

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

M ARMON ' STRAIGHT EIGHTS FOREMOST engineers have for years predicted that - ? . - the straight eight was the only type, of car that would provide the ideal in speed, power, smoothness, and accele ration. MARMON has placed the Straight Eight on an efficient production basis making it available at the price and running cost of a six. See the MARMON at our Showrooms ' CRAWFORD-RICHARDS, LTD. ! 113-115 [Hat Bich»fds BaildiBg] CURRIE STREET OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT. -

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NEWS OF THE DAY. COURT STATISTICS INCREASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

NEWS OF THE DAY. : COURT STATISTICS INCREASE. Figures made available . by Mr. 'W. H. Bowell (clerk of the Adelaide Local Court) ihotf that 1928 was a much heavier year than'- 1937. The number of summonses issued, both in limited and iuU jurisdic tion, was 25,993, the amount of claims sued for being £501,352 0/9. The amount of verdicts obtained vr/ui - £40,093 16/2, and the amount of judgments entered through default of confession .£152,734 10/8. ' In limited jurisdiction 267. actions were tried, and in full, 239. Warrants issued were:— Against goods, 4,243; land, 29; and of com mitments 717. Judgment summonses is sued totalled 7,910. Under' the Common wealth Service and Execution of Process Act, 1901, there were 365 summonses is sued for service out of jurisdiction for an amount of £15,506 4/11; 90 certificates of judgment sent to other States, amounting to £4,095 12/; and '33 certificates of judg ments received from other States, total ling £686 8/6. Suitors' money paid into Court ...

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INSULT TO ITALY. Note Sent From Rome. Alleged Confessions. BRISBANE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

INSULT TO ITALY. Note Sent From Rome. , Alleged Confessions. *, , BPTSBA'NE. Wednesday. The Queensland Uovernment Teceiyea a Note on Sunday from the' Italian Govern ment, with regard to tbe recent incident at' Innisfail. when a coat of arms was re moved irom the consulate. It is Dencveii that Cabinet discussed the matter on Mon day, but the terms of the reply forwarded have not been disclosed. Questioned to-day the Deputy-Premier (Mr. i'organ Smith) was non-committal. He said he received a communication from the Italian Consul (Count di fan Orzano) on Sunday, on behalf of his Government, to which he had forwarded a mitable reply on Monday. A communication had also been received. from the Prune Minis ter Mr.- Bruce), conveying the -test of a message which he had sent to the Italian Consul-Genera] in Sydney. TWO MEN CONFESSED. BRISBANE, later. The Deputy-Premier (Mr. ;. Forgan Smith) stated to-night, that the police had discovered' persons responsible for the re moval of the coat of a...

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"CHANGING GUARD." Governor Smith's Good-bye. Typists in Tears. NEW YORK, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

7GHANOTG GUAW)^ Governor Smith's Good-bye, ;^: Ts^sts in Tears. . ??, f . NEW YORK. January 1. At Albany, .the capital of ' New York State, to-day, Mr. / ' ' Franklin Roosevelt' was in augurated as State Governor; tind Go vernor. A. E. Smith became a private MtflKnt.^fe&r having] served four term? as x State Governor, and having spent 25 rears in public life. ?Both the incom ing and 'outgoing Governors reviewed Hie military Dfirade from a stand in lront ot rne...&xecunve mansion,., after which they were motored to the, State1 Capitol for the formal .cere monies. .' ' ?'?'??'? Crowds lined the Btrcets at every point of the ronte, cheering both Mr. Roose velt and Mr. Smith, but particularly, the latter, who was visibly -affected by the demonstration. . Touching Bcenes ? also oc curred when the retiring Governor bade farewell to his staff, many of his steno; graphew and others being in -tears; Mr. Smith' left for New York imme diately, after the conclusion of \ the cere...

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

QUITE RIGHT. Teaeher— 'No, Jimmie, wnat muss we o before our sins can be forgiven?', % Jimmie— 'Please teacher, we must sin.

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SCHNEIDER CUP. America to Complete. Last Minute Entry. LONDON January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

SCHNEIDER- CUP. America to Compete. Last Minute Entry. ' ? T.OWT1OV .Tnmiiarv 1. America is to compete m this year* Schneider Trophy race.- Her - entry reached London yesterday evening- just before the time limit expired. 'Up1 to yesterday the only challengers 'who had come forward to fly against Britain (holder of 'the cup) were Italy (from whom Britain wrested the trophy) and France.- It wai thought that Germany also ^night enter at the last moment, but this 'did 'not, materialize. - ; The . entria . now represent ? four conn tries, aid will provide a greater number of competitors .'that there has. been since 1925. Itf recent contests there hare been only two .countries competing. Each country enters three machines, so that there will be* 12 machines flying in the race, which will take place, on the Solent in late August or early in Sep tember. ?''?.-???.-?.'? .--^V ' - . '? . .

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KATOOMBA TRAGEDY. Continued from page 9. GIRL'S EXCITED STATE. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

KATOOMBA TRAGEDY. ;/['...? Continued from Page 9. ?. . - tBIRL'S EXCITED STATE; ^ '? v -» .? SYDNEY. Wednesday. -?Miss Bpwley,.it is stated, was o-girl:of highly .strung nervous temperament. She had - been in employment in a hosiery factory, but more recently had been under treatment, evidently for nervous trouble. On New Year's Eve, with a party of re lations, she motored to KatoOmba, and was evidently in good health and spirits. From Katoomba they motored to The Plaza, a tea and dance room near the top . of Echo Point, .where they danced the old; year' put. . ; ? ? . It is thought possible -that ihe girl had one or two drinks, which would not affect a person in normal health; but which, in' her condition, caused her to become excited and 'overwrought. There was some minor domestic squabbling, appar ently because, when they were all ready to. leave. Miss Rowley could not for -the moment be found. iWhen reproached, she behaved hi the nwild and excited manner, nnd became hysterical. ...

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BLACK AND GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

BLACK AND GREEN. Fine woollen ' mllanesfl Is used for t his neat , bathlni salt. The knickers are black, and the bodice black and- irwn. The suit Is belted with white nrbber. Fine woollen ' mllanesfl Is used for t his neat , bathlni salt. The knickers are black, and the bodice black and- irwn. The suit Is belted with white nrbber.

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COUNTRY GAIETIES AT BLYTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

, ? .COUNTRY GAIETIES AT BLTTH. , The Blyth Girl Guides bad a.cnrmmu tree and social evening on. Friday, December 28. All gifts were made and given by the guide*. Quite a large ? number of Riiests were present, and every one received a gift from the Christmas tree. Among those present were Mrs. Collins, UIss D. Knowles, Mrs. L. F. Hackett. Mrs. L. C. Mugfe. Misses May Ninnes, C. WUtshire, & Knowln,-N. WiUUms, E. Eime, I. Jones, K. UcGee, B. Dunstone, U Poysden, B. Miller, H. Eime, J. Dodd, J. Dunstone, M. Dohnt, K. Banner. I. Hell. F. Dohnt, a Lange. B. Bada ray. J. Duke, M. Wilson, C. Simons, R. Hackett, M. Eime. A. Haupt. Joy Bawdin, K. Banner, U. Say, W. Bridge. J. Dohnt.

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