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BLAZE AT DRY CREEK. Fertilizer Factory Gutted. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
BLAZE AT DRY CREEK. Fertilizer Factory Gntted. Crompton & Sons, . Limited'*, fertlizer factory, in Magazine road, Dry Creek, .was completely destroyed .by. fire on Tuesday. Thn hiitlriinfr. which wan of wood and iron. contained large quantities ot fertilizer, tal low, oil, and similar products, and the damage is estimated at £8,000. The origin of the blaze. is a mystery. Seven men were employed at the works. Before closing down for the holidays on Monday, they drew the fires from the fur naces, and everything appeared to be in order when they left. . On Tuesday, when the alarm was given, the North Adelaide Fire Brigade answered the call. . With a bad water supply, how ever* the' firemen were practically pc}wet le^^JSTjie^n^ittew.^il#xTOKa»'a)toio»t, ail niglily'TnnjHnmabifl burned furiously, and if is estimated that the whole struc ture 'was -totally- destroyed in abopt 20 minutes.,, /I ??? \ . .... .?' ? Mr. Lance Crompton) a director of the company, stated 'on. Wednesday,-...
BRITISH FOOTBALL. New Year's Day Matches. LONDON, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
BRITISH FOOTBALL; £i New Year's Day/iMatclies. ? ';'*??' . LONDON.'' Jannarr.l. Football matches jilayed to-day resulted:— 8OCCER. ? ., ' -? ' 'TBi5 LEAdUEi I ' : .' First Division: — Bolton W. v. Cardiff City, 1 ? 0; Bury v. Leeds United, 2 — 2; Everton v. Derby County, 4-^0; Manchester' U. t. AMon Villa; 'S— 2; Newcastle U.- t. ?Blackburn 'R., 0—2; Sheffield- W. v. Buldenfield T., 1—1; Sunderland v. Arsenal, 6 — 1. . ?? Second Division. — Bamsley v. Grimsby Tcmn, 0 — 2; Mtddlesborough v. Tottenham H., »— 0; Oldrum v. Notts Forest, 2—0. ' Third Division, Northern Section.— Accrinjton S. vl South Shields, 2 — 0; Ashington v. Nelson. 3^-2; Barrow v. Datlington, 3 — 1; Carlisle B. v. Lincoln C, 3—1; Chesterfield v. New Brigh ton, 0 — 2; Hartlepools U. v. Bradford C, l-r3; Soothport v. Doncaster R., 3 — 3;,Stockport C. v. Wigan Borough, 2 — 1; Tranmere R-. *? Crcwc A.. 1 — 2. r ? . . . . ' SCOTTISH LEAGUE. \ , ., ' First Division.— Aberdeen v. Third Lsnarl, t—fl; Clyde v. Partick Thtot...
ST. KILDA SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
ST. KILDA SPORTS. The annual sports meeting at St. Kild* *ai held on New Year's Day. BesulUj— ' Girls (under IS), 75 yards.— E, Ooad,.W. CC^ys (under It), 75 yards-^K. Argent,' A. M*&g Women1* Race (75 yarfi).— Misi] O. Weathenpoon, Mi«s G. Chapman. . _ „ Boy.7(UDder 16). 100 jinb.-A. BamVU. '^wUngat Stump (men);— E. Muttn, Pipe 'ffing-'nigh J-»p-t-?- .»*-» ''C* -«e - « ' In.). H. Andrew* (5 ft.S irO. . - ? 75 Yards Handicap.— B.._. Chapman, 1_ Uc^'\ards Banicap.— W.' Tbooipion; B. ^K'^Ysros Hurdle* Handicap.— P. Babner. L. Matter*: ?' ?.- ' ?''???' ' ~ ??'--' ..: '?'? -
JAPS "CELEBRATING." Scene at Wallaroo. WALLAROO. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
^Al»S 'CELEBRATINO.^ Scene at Waliarod. &'* 1 ; . ? H^AUiAKOO, iVediae««i»v. A our was' caused at tfae' Vyallaroo 'Jetty on New' Year's- Day during the progress of the regatta. Japanese seamen on board the Kuraro Mam w#r» evidentlv celebrating tbc new year, and during the early. -part if the morning were Bomewh.-it turbulent. Amidships, several members of the crew were having wordy arguments and scuffles ensued. Matters appeared to quieten down after a while, but the sailorg continued the argument later, when the crowds were returning from the trip on the steamer Paringa. A quarrel was evidently the cause of the trouble, and the' men affected very excited. One man who was armed with a bar of iron threatened to do damage,, and another was brandishing a knife. .Eventually Sgt, Jury, accompanied by Mr. James Ramsay, of the Adelaide Steamship Company, went on board. It was a diffi cult situation for the police officer. The Japanese could not understand English, and tho sergeant,...
AVIATION PROGRESS. N.S.W. Aero Club. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
AVIATION PROGRESS. N.S.W. Aero Club. SYDNEY. Wednesday. -;4n .1928 ,, toe .N.B.\Y. Apro Club added more 'than 300' members & its roll, and now has a total membership of 800. It lias 10 aeroplanes,, and will add ; to this number shortly... Seven of :the' machines'- it present ' in riue' arev'lo'iued/ by the. Defence Department.'. : The/ club has trained 150:. pilot*,, , woo have, obtained licences' under' tb,a regulations of the Defence 'Department. -The club is now jsing wireleaa «n provincial flights, It is 'proposed 'to develop' the' use of radio 'or direction finding by 'aeroplanes in flight. ;??.-?: -..' ? . -,. ??.' .
MANNUM SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
MANNUM SPORTS. JIANXUM, January 2.— The Manriuni jports were held on New Year's Day. l'he weather was unpleasant in thomorn dc. which affected the' attendance. The sports were started by Mr. F. E..Schultze, 50 years ago, and have been held con tinuously since then. Mr. Scbultze, who is still hale and hearty, was on the ground watching the sports. Entries wero not numerous, but there were sufficient pentestants to provide interestihg contest* in the long and varied programme of «lh- letic and aquatic events. . The Mannum Rowing Club also put on, a programme of scratch fours, which pro vided some interesting finishes, and proved an attraction to the crowd. The aquatic Bports also created much interest. Jlr. M. J). Shearer (chairinan);. Mr. J. ^V. . Bawnslcy (honorary secretary), and -an energetic committee had chajge of the sports. Results: — ' . 100 Yards Handicap.— W. Proster, B. ;JIc Kay. iiaiden Swim.— W. Carpenter, H. Sbiilcs. Klicfflcld.— Zlli, McKay, Droge mucller, lane. ? Cros...
AUSTRALIAN NAVY. The Summer Cruise. South Australia Omitted. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
AUSTRALIAN NAVY. The Summer Cruise. Sooth Australia Omitted. ?MELBOrjENE.'-Wcdncsday. Details of -the summer cruise to be undertaken by 'HiM.A.8. 'Australia, H.M.A.S. Anzac, HM.A8. Success, and H:M.A.S. . Swordsman, wore announced by (he Kaval Board to-day. The ships will le»\e 'Sjdney on Janu ary 28,' and arrive -at ? Hobart on Janu- iry 30. All but ono dcitroyer will re main' there until March 6. Tho destroyers will come ..to, Melbourne .to take part m kho -gunnery -and torpedo- sjl.bul firings' In Port Phillip Bay from' February 23 to March.-l, and' will' viiit Xaimceston on Match' 2. . Qn Match' 8alf 'the vessels ivill arrive at Jetvls Bay/hnd on March 26 they will- -leave that por^ and arrive »t Sydney.. . ....' . .- Accompanied by H-M-A^^i. Canberra, the ships -will return to.- Jervis Bay on April 8, arid will remain there until April 23. HiM.A.S. Piatfpvis; -with a battle practice' target,' will; leave 'Sy'dney on March 5,'and artiTe'.dt,iJervjg;.Bay on the following . day.. ...
COMMERCIAL CABLES. TALLOW. LONDON, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
i^WM^ ?LONDON.' January 1. Stocks of tallow at January 1 totalled 1,945 tons. Imports for . December were 1,542 tons, and deliveries 741 tons: s , .' , SILVER. Silver is quoted at' 2/2i per or. on spot, ind 2/2 7-16 forward.\ . . : ' FOREIGN EXCHANGE RATES. - Current rates of foreign exchange on. London are . shown, ? witi parity -nrst:-1- Paris, 12451' (francs to £1)— 124.05. Montreal, 4.867 (dollars' to £1)— 4.87/ (few York, 4.867 (-Jollars to £ 1J-4-85 19-32. : Brussels, 35.00 . (belga to. £l)-34.89..: . Beneva, 22.225 (franc to £1)— 25.18. ' Milan, 92.46 (lire to £l)-92.65. . Amsterdam, 12.11 (florins to £1)— 12.072- Berlin, 20.43 (reichtnarks to £1)— 20J8. Stockholm, 18.15 (kroner to £1)— 1803. Copenhagen, 18.15 (kroner to. £1)— 18.18, Dslo, 18.15 (kroner .to £1)— 18.19. ,? Vienna, 34^85 (schillings to £l)-34.45. Prague, 24.02 (kroner to £1)— 163}. . Selsingfors, 192.23 (F. marks to £1)— 193. Madrid, 22.225 (pesetas to' £1)— 29.75. ' Lisbon, 4.50 (escudos to £1)— 109J. - ,. ith...
SCHOOL EXHIBITIONS. Awards Announced. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
SCHOOL ^EXHBITIONS. ^ Awards Announced. The Minister of Education (the Hon.M. Mclntosh) has awarded qualfying exhibi tions of £10 a year, tenable for two years, to the following candidates, subject tothe production of satisfactory proof of age:— Division 1 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Schools with an average attendance of less &nbsp; &nbsp; than 20:— Joseph Kelly. Belalie East; Leo Oilea, St.- Joseph's, Sllntaro; ' Dorothy E. 'Deer, Yadnaiie; Coralie.E. Willis. Flaxlcy; Gordon C. Hobcrts. Calcs; Francis S. Handlkc, Hundred of Goods West; Mary H- Coffee, Uke View; John Kden, Sheaoak tog; James V. Mrers, Fctlierton; Columba Boberts, Calca; Elliabcth H. BohrUcJi, Hundred ot MobilonR: Qwencth K. Humphrys, Ayera; Arthnr E. Whltincton. Windsor; Rhonda h. Bldgood, r^ochiel; Elsie Riddoch. Rockwood; Hubert Jf. Sl-acey. Upper Wakefield; Riti -. E. Kubnilt. Csloote; William A. U'undenltz, Hart ley; Otto G. Curke, Sur...
OWNERSHIP OF BOOTLEGGER. Enquiry Followed by Seizure. BRISBANE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
OWNERSHIP OF BOOTLEOOER. Enquiry Followed by Seizure. BRISBANE;. 'Wednesday, The quesyon of the ownersmpoi xao ? well-known racehoree Bootlegger., same up. 1 for enquiry by. Q.T.C. stewards to-day. ^ After Borne evidence i had been tatentlio i enquiry was adjourned. ? . ?.;?-. -m A. ICeeble, in giving evidence, said he, H met W. 8. Sweeney, m .whoso name we, H horse haB been- racing in - Brisbane, in v ^H March Sweeney asked him about buymg . ^B the-horie,- nnd.Keeble replied thit ho was H not in a position to do so. A week later. ^M Sweeney called ont him ^ and suggested male- . « ing out a promiseory note. -whicU he ?wouio. M get Mick Ryan, the wcU:kn6wa tacehorso ? owner, to cash. In May, Sweeney ?went^to ? Sydney to look for - a good notse. .-He ? was given £10 and later, 'fa' .response to * ' r wire, another £10. Mrs/Heebie then bor rowed £800. Sweeney tdephoiiM to say be could get Bootlegger for £800. On, his way to wire the money, witneiw anil his wife met some people, who ad...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
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AUSTRALIAN BOWLERS. Tour of New Zealand. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
AW|rRALIA^ iEMJWLBRS^ .iTdiir .., pif'New^. Zealand. ? ? WELLINGTON- (N.Z.), Wednesday. ,v-The Australian' bowlers arrived by the . Marama to-day,- and were welcomed 'by Mr. S.. M. Stone (president of the' Domi nion Bowlingr- Association) and other offi cials and; prominent bowlers. They, will be tendered a civic reception ' to-morrow. The Australian test teams have been (elected us tollowa: — Reynolds, Cummings. Scott, and Beecham (skipper). Waters, Thompson, Casey,- and Griffin (skipper). Gray, Glenieter, Blair, and Bleach (skip per), B«ulk«t Woods. Cocfinrae an3 Clarke (skipper), Ward, Roberts, McMil lan, and Curran (skipper), Tatham, . Halmes, Jn.airn. .and Eogerson (skipper).
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
AMUSEMENTS.'*' I iM ' ?' i? - daily iTiaicoiit t'^ AT 2.30 : * ' AX tM I iHD 8 THEATRE ..4JlD ? Chairman of JJirectors .. Sir Benjamin Fnller. Manadng Dlrertors . . Bert Lennon, John Fuller A TRIUMPHANT HIT. Owing to the Enormons Success of our present «onder programme, the Management hav» de ' cided to repeat it for. TWO MORE NIGHTS. EVERYTHING NEW SATURDAY, when Mr. Jim Gerald will present his PANTOMIME REVUE. 'OH MUM.' A Musical Concoction that will make you laugh Shaking Adelaide With Laughter. fZa'vlL!^ ltiiAie T-Hb^ lnd To-ni|rht «ns Forcet to Worry, and Learn to laugh. POPULAR REAPPEARANCE Or T&e Greatest of all Comedians, ***** GERALD . ? . AND HIS ? Musical Revne Company ? In a screamingly ' funny production, 'Barebacks,' * Hodcal Beroe full of Fun and Sparkle, so Dull lfoments. but Pep from first to last. Presented by a company of happy folk , ;PW^r8/- 2/l nnd ll- Matinees— 2/ and' IL' . cllBdrea 6d- K«ns at Theatre. Phone SSS6. TJEAD THE 8POBTING KOTES K EVEB7 ?'-...
Travelling in Rail Cars. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
Travellinff in Rail Cars. ? ~ Sir— To add, to the deUghte of «??; veiling. in rail motor cars, the Railways ' Department - has : decreed that : smoking eliall 1%a nArmitfikil in 4Tln wt1 TpftT 'fieata. But the '-smoker is often unable 'to enjoy his . privflege-of riding in comfort; in. one - ^ of those' six rear seata, and is forced fo ^ ride on' the -back platform, amid.k not' of. luggage andi draughts.'. Women, and:; children' filCup the seat* where' aniokins is allowed/ah'd the' mere man -has 'another of ? his 'privilege* ^snatched . from'. hini; hy, the gentier eex.^ *' ['- '. '?'', '. '. '.Vy'i': ?''?'.?' ' If the ladies stqoted, all would bo well;' but they don't -Yet they,, in' xaoitcaaei' thoughtlessly, stop men from so; doing, though I fear- that- some women? crowd, into tic smokinc seats deliberately, to prevent men smoking. And this ia' made obvious when one hears, as' one; fill* a pipe, 'Don't you know smoking ia not permitted in these cars?' Certainly the , notices are ...