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THE WEEK'S WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

The Divisional Meteorologist reported for the ?reek ended Wednesday, January 2: — Moving rapidly in a south-easterly direction, B tnnnRomial tt.nrMsIan a-Alged the State on the opening aayoi me penoa onuer review. uac to its influence, very hot and sultry weather waj experienced on Boxing' Day, and at a number of places, temperatures over 100 dejr. were re Kfctered, the highest ' being 10S deg. at Fort Augusta. Many severe thunderstorm* were as sociated with* the passage ot the disturbance, but the -resulting Tainfall was only light and scattered, and confined chiefly to the south-east and central districts. Southerly winds in ad vance of a weak anti-cyclone brought a cool chan'oge the following- day.' This anti-cyclone, gradually strengthened, and moved slowly cast wards. - Under its control fine weather, with cool to moderate temperatures continued till Monday. On that day a slight depression crossed the State, and under northerly winds warm to hot temperatures resulted, the maxim...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
W.C.T.U. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

W.C/T.U. The president of the :W.C.T.tI. (Mrs. C. W. Bnmard) will preside at the social RaUierinc in WiUard Ball on Friday sitemoon, which will assemble early so that friends- may have time to frreet the guests: — Mesdames 0. E. Harrison, H. E. Taughan; and O. McRitchie. Tiiitots from other socletiei will join In the welcome, especially memben' of the Baptist Women'a r-eaffne. ot which Mrs. Harrison i» jiresident.

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

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FIFTY YEARS AGO. From The Register, Thursday, January 2, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

FIFTY YEARS AGO, From The Register, Thursday,' January 2, 1879. The degree of Bachelor of Divinity was conferred- on Dean Russell, of Adelaide, in recognition of his services to the Anglican Ghurah in Australia.— The. Bank of New soutn Wales opened its new premises m King William street.— The loss of the SjV. Coal Company's barque Seagull, as a result of collision when bound from New castle to Port Adelaide, was reported. One life was lost.— The British Govern ment informed King Cetewayo, of Zulu land, that he must disarm his impis and receive a Government Resident. The amateur dramatists were rehearsing. Mrs. Greene was required to kiss Mr. Gage, and just as they had arrived at this sarticular incident, Mrs. Gage appeared. 'Oh,' exclaimed Mrs. Greene/, 'I Tiope, dear,' you don't mind me embracing your nusband like thisi' - 'Not at all,' was the icy reply. '1 lon't mind in the least— if he doesn't,'

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

HERE AND THERE. Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Horsfall, of Halifax (Eng.) will arrive in Adelaide to-day (Thursday) on a visit of some' weeks to Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Laidlaw at High street, Unley Park. Mrs. Baker and Misses Baker,, of Watford House, TJnley, are spending the Christmas . vacation at Walcardie, Brighton. . ? ' .'..?. 1 Staying at Brighton are Mr. and - Mrs. F. W. Dunn and Misses Dunn, of St. Peters, Mr. and Mre. E.-Whitlock Jones and family, and Mr. and Mrs. B. Gates and family, of Dnley. , . Dr. and Mrs. C..V. Hallett of Ceduna, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. ' J. Benpchamp at South terrace. '- Miss A. E. Faehse and llisa Mollie Lines have gone to Victor Harbour to stay. at the Grosvenor for a month. ... GUESTS AT PIER BUILDINGS, ' BRIGHTON. Mrs. Lyons and family, Mr. and Mrs. Nicholson, Mr. and Mrs. L. Potter and sons, Mr. and Sirs. G. Cleland. three child ren, and maid, Mesdames C. Richards and Badman, Miss Sinclair/ and Mr. H. Beattie. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stokes and family wi...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FOR THE BRIDGE HOSTESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

FOR THE BRIDGE HOSTESS. A writer- in an English magazine gives the following' excellent ideas to bridge hostesses:— ' ? . - ' ,. 'To-day I lunched with E — ?. and now am ' at home 'again, going on with my. letter to you' before 'some -women cometo play bridge. ' Talking of that .entrancing game, I saw' 'somd. bridge cloth' brushes, the hahdlespninted with hearts and spidea, clubs ' and '? diamonds.- Quite nice, inex pensive Christmas presents ' for- bridge fiends. -And I also saw* some cloths lit Lady -^— 's made of. shot silk' with' a piece turned up. all round and stitched at' in- tervals to make pockets. She keeps the cards and markers, win and' lose cards, match boxes, and little ash -trays in -the pockets. so that the equipment of each card table is complete. When the cloths are on the table .the players can stow away their gloves and bags and other little things in ;them.'

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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BRITISH RADIO. Big Schemes Planned. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

BRITKH RADIO. Big Schemes Planned. Six years. ago on November 22, 56,000 . people in England could, with the exer cise of some skill and the possession of not a little Iuck. have listened in to the nrst broadcast of the .British Broadcast ing Company. On November 22, 1028, on ' its sixth birthday,- the B.B.C. broadcast music, an historical play, and quite 4 ! lot .of talking, 'and,' an official told a representative of The Morning Post, 'if one word is indistinct we shall hear all about it.' The potential audience in the British Isles alone that night was 2,500,000, and altogether over the world some 50,000,000 wireless set owners could have tuned in hod .they so desired. With the recent 5GB medium-wave high-power broadcasting from Chelmsford 13,000,000 Europeans at least can pick up the pro gramme on quite ordinary sets. In Can ada and Australia they set their clocks by Big Ben daily. At Savoy Hill, however, although proud of this remarkable pro gress in such1 a comparatively short...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SETTLING DOWN. (Sonia Hardie.) [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

SETTLING Dtp. :'??]['?? (Sonia Hardie.)' ;-?/;.?' Holidays over, '?:'.- ?'? ??' ? ?,'We're settling -down, Healthy, all son-kissed ?' . ,We:turn to the town; . Back to the office, ;: ? And 'back to the rtore, :???'?' 'Work is beginning ? ' ; And holidays o%\ ? Whether we wandered, ' By sea or by land, 5CL. Adelaide, Was close to our hand; 5CL, Adelaide, . . The cheery loved sound, 5CL, Adelaide, Could better be found? Long quiet evening*. Beneath shady trees/ Dreamy sweet music, : That floats on the breeze ; Cheery voice talking Holds iu in spell, Friend of our holidays. Hall, 5CL.

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

.- ...... ^^^^^^-. : ?. I MISS MAY COLLINS, a beautiful Bexona Girl, and a noted . I - Theatrical Star writes— 'Since arriving in Australia I have psed - ? I -* the famous Rexona Soap and I-comider it par-excellent, for . . - I the skin and hair.' ? : :, ? ? '. ? I That natural beauty of akin and hair which cannot be imitated ?! I «n b« obtained by rtcular us* of Rtxona Skin and Faoial 6oap. Or- «, I linary toilet. soaps do not assert this Jnflusnee. Many of them contain !? I ree alkali, which tends to dry th* skin and dsatroy Ks dalieatattx- !' I ur*. Even the best of such soaps can only clsanss— they cannot h«al a1 ? ind protect the skin. :-....-.. * ... . ,? ? Rexona Soap contains tha samt soothing, htalingi antlsaptie ?? I -atms as Rexona, the Rapid Healer, tha value of which in tha trsat- ?? I nent of skin afftetions is known throughout tha world. Simply use 5 ? Rexona 8kin and Facial % - ° Z I soap reputarly onco or ' ? ^-rtsxss*. - I wic« a day, and see if it . - ^-*aS!^^SV -...

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WIRELESS FOR ALL 5CL TWINKLER BOYS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

tel^FDR ALL 5CL TWINKLER BOYS' CLUB. It wag good to: meet Twinkleritcs during the'/ Christ- maa week :in the lulls, on tue beaches, and in' various other places all enjoying them selves after the strenuous - school examinations, or heir emnlovmentg. as the case may be. A group of boys in camp invited me. to try some flap jacks, which they had- just cooked., Gee whizzcrs they were some flapjacks! I hooked one to the hough of a tree and stretched it a couple 'of yards before it 'gave.'' Every'.boy I -met had a cheer ful grin, except one who had acciden tally trod on the sharp whiskers of a .Tew lizard, with his bare feet. I met hundreds of wonderful' boys,, who art going to make the. future of Australia. Thanks to a number of people for send ing me such nice letters about toe book 'Sam Scooter,' and thanks especially to The Register for its generous and kindly review of the book in last Satur day's issue. A Twinklerite writes as , follows:— 'Twink, 'Sam Scooter' is a corker. I dressed...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SHORT WAVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

SHORT WAVES. The 'doctor's little daughter had strayed into his surgery, and was watching, wide eyed, as he tested the heart and lungs of a patient.' Suddenly she' spoke:— . 'uetting any sew fltations, daddy 7'— ? 'London Calling.' '? ? ? ? '.??_?. ? 'Legal Question' to be Decided— Is a Woman a Person?' runs a newspaper heading. ? . Well, they have been called loud speakers. * ' ' . ? . » .. ».-.. _.«.;. Farmer's Boy (returning from fishing).— 'That city feller. must have been foolin' me when he said he had a lot of luck fishin' for SX up here. I ain't caught one o' the durn things yet.'— Radio News. ,' . ( . , ? * . * ? ? ? ? An attempt is being made, we under stand, to popularize the saw as a musi cal instrument for broadcasting. But why return to the original when so many life-like substitutes have' been discovered? Mrs. See— 'Turn off the radio, dear. Ihe static is awful!' -: Mr. See— 'It isn't . static, my love, [t's only one of those modern music con certs.' ? ' ?;????_? ? ?- ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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PALAIS ROYAL BAND. To Be Heard from 5CL. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

PALAT To Be Heard from 5CL . That talented combination^ of melody makers, at present heard at the Palais Royal' Cabaret, will be heard 'over the airr- from 5CL during the coming week. Under the direction of Boake Smith, this bank has already become noted in Ade laide for its rhythm and the catchy, tune ful way in which its popular numbers are rendered, and its performance at 5CL during the afternoon session on Tuesday next will considerably enhance that par ticular programme.

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
EX-POLICEMAN ATTACKED. Story of Robbery With Violence. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

EX-POLICEMAN ATTACKED. Story of febWbery With Violence. An. c.x-polic«.man. reported to the police about 10 days ago that he bad been at tacked in the city and robbed of several nnnndi a* he 1st dazed on the sround. A, man was arrested on weanesaay aiier: noon.' ' ' ??' ' . Mr. E. T, Sheeban, formefly of the police foroe,' reported that he' had been in a oity hotel with several men on De cember 21, and that when he left , at 6 pjn., he was followed by them. He walked up Grenfell street and into Com mercial place,, where one of the men walked up to him, and.athick him in the eye, felling, hha to the ground: As he lay there with blood- flowing from the wound,' his. assailant; ha said, . 'went through his 'pockets,' and relieved him of £7.:' ?;?-?' ?;? ' '?:..?'?-' ?' Investigations' were made by Detectives Correll arid ..McOrathj and at the City Watchhoug'e'jesterday,'ay«ung man wu charged - with assault and ' robbery.

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRIME INCREASING. MORE PICKPOCKETS, AND MOTOR THIEVES. Heavier Penalties Suggested. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

CRIME INCREASING. MORE PICKPOCKETS, AND MOTOR THIEVES.' ' Heavier Penalties - Suggested. Generally speaking, the police in -South -Australia -bave bad' more crimes to' deal with during the past Tear than nreviouslv. althoneh ? in some types Of offences there has been a decrease. . The most noticeable, increases hare been - n the activities of pickpockets and' their urdsharping associates, arid 'in .the. fre luencyof tliefts of motor enrs^or rath-r Jlegal use o! them. The latter class of irime has been noticeably greater during vcel;-ends and' holidays, especially just :ecently. The veNdes have in most :ose3. been recovered by the police, and :asea of actual larceny of cars .have fortii lately been rare. According to some -olice oilic-alg the maximum penalty of 12 months u not a sufficient deterrent. With regard to pocketpicking, in which i marked increase has 'been noted, in tddition to interstate workers who are rontinua-lly moving . from one city to mother, there is a fair -propor...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
OPIUM SMUGGLING. Chinese Fined Heavily. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

OPIUM SMUGGLING. Chinese Fined Heavily. When fpur Chinese w'ere fined £50 each to-day at. the Central ' Police Court on charges' of -having participated in the smuggling of opium, Mr. Neaves, of the Commonwealth Crown Law Department, said that the smuggling of opium was going on continually, and the department was forced to spend much money and time trying to prevent it. He complained that Chinese sailors were not searched by the police before they left the wharfg when going ashore. ? — - v

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 — 3 January 1929

GET THE HABIT OF A WEEK-END DOSE. Get in the. habiT of taking a dose of Mr. Morse's Indian Koot Pills on Satur day night to put you right for the follow ing week. Germs are working in the sys tem of the healthiest people, and if Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills are taken regu larly once a week by those who usually keep fit. and do not need them oftener. these germs will not have a chance to start on their ' destructive way, but be swept out of the system. A do9e of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills once a week will tone and dean the system, put new life and energy in all your work. Get this habit— the healthiest in the world. S3

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

BLACKBERRY JELLY. The blackberry season is i*ar!. Cut this recipe out and paste it in yoor Lady kitty recipe book. The fruit. must be rine Tint: not. Av*«. ripe; u mis u the case the jelly will not set. The following is a reliable recipe: Prepare the fruit and put it into, a Jar; cover, and let it stand in a saucepan of boiling water. Simmer for about one hour until the juice runs freely. Strain through a clean tea cloth or thick muslin. Measure the juice, and allow 1, lb. of ragar to 1 lb. of juice. Boil the juice fast for about 20 minutes Add the sugar, preciously wanned in the oven.. Stir until melted, and boil for about 10 minutes, or nntil it sets when tested. Skim well. Pour into small jars, cover when set,- and store in a cool, dry place. If liked, half a pint of ffpp'e water can be added to. each, pint of juice, made as follows:— ireel and core some apples, place the peel ings and cores in a. saucepan with some cloves or a piece of cinnamon, stew till roft, then strain. AM t...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

Here's the Latest! Cod Liver Oil iii Tasteless Tablets. Great- Flesh Builder for Skinny, ..Weak, Run-Down People.: No more need' weak, thin.-'unfortunatt children cry in protest when the nasty, fi&h-tasting, -horrible-smelling ? Cod Lives Oil is brought.ont.. Medical science progresses rapidly, and - now you can get at your Chemists the benefit of Cod Liver Oil in sugar-coated tablets that young and 'old can take with case and pleasure. : ' Of course, Doctors have been prescrib ing Cod Liver Oil in tablets under another name for several years, but it is only now that one can walk into a Chemist's and set a flask of these flesh-producing tablets ' just as easily as a bottle of cough mixture. Thin, run-down, anaemic men, women, and children who need to grow strong and take on flesh are advised to at once 'begin McCoy'a Cod Liver .Compound Tablets. .; . ? s ~ McCoy takes all the risk. Head this iron-dad guarantee. If after taking four 3/ flasks of McCoy's Tablets,- any. thin, u...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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COUNTRY NEWS. CLAYPANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

GGWRY m$. CLAYPANS. December 27. — The annual Christmas' tree entertainment- wa» held'In' tha .- local 'publlo ?chool'On CbrUtmas Ere. Mr. T. W; Kloge vii Jeptity Santa Clani, Mr. W. E. -Towlll being ill in hospital -wtth pleuruy. Slallholden:— Soreltj-, Mra/ W. Bolt; fruit - and tveeU. Min 8rlria Kluge; -elad kiotk. Mesdamh F. W. Kluge and.N. J.-Coilim; Ua.Vtv&mt R. I. B.'Whltfield and R. A. Kau; name of doll guc» Ing competition, Hits Amy Buckle';; -icecream, Messrs. J..N.-.Collini ond T. L. K. Buckney: cool drinki M.- E/Tosrill. . Moot. E. 1..B. Whitfleld. T. M.- Drummond,~and W. Tyler were in charge of general arrangemesta. .. Tbe ncbolara «ave songs, ' caroli, r«ciutlon£.* plantation rcelodiri, and duets, and Individual item* were 'given b; Masters Lrall IMt ind All.inSfarlc (rtciutlor.j). Miss Sylvia Klugc (popnlar song), Miss Lorna Eloge {recitation), and Mr: O 3. T. Alton (recitations). Mr. W. Tyler presided, and prf tented book prizes, the gift of Mr. Aston, who was...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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IN THE COURTS. "A SAD CASE." [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

IN 1HE COURTS. 'A SAD CASE.' r At*ne/P°rt Adelaide Police Court, be fore Mr. 6. W,Halcombe, S.M., on Wed nesday, Richard Ward Poynter, of Sema DliOre, was Charged On the infnrmntinn nf Inspector J. E. Noblet, with having stolen a table knife, dessert spoon, and one small pocket knife (valued at 5/), the propertj ^ ^ Y'i*0?' lt,lM«» on Decemboi 30. The defendant, being deaf and dumb, Sir. A. C. W. Cox (of the Deaf and lhimb Institution) acted as interpreter on his behalf. Mr. E. J. R. Morgaa ap peared for the defence. Alva Wilson, of Ralston street, Large, said the Rooili produced were her property. She last saw them' on Sunday at 5 p.m. 'in the d'njng room. About 8.30 p.m. she saw r.\i. Galvm m her house and saw him take a spoon from the defendant, who Bcemed to be using it to open a draw. By Mr. Morgan— There was a drawer !?*/?'? *he floor of the bedroom. P.C. M. Galvm, of Larss, said he went to the house of Mrs. Wilson at Ralston street. Largs Bay, at 8.20 p.m., on Sunday. He saw ...

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