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"SYSTEM PAYS IN BUYING CLOTHES." Says Moma Clarke in The London Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

'SYSTEM. PAYS. IN BUYING CLOTHES.' . ?;? Says Moms Clarke) in'- The London' TeleeraBh. It is to easy to spoil .the ship for a ha'porth of tar, and that /is what is fre quently happening to a woman's collec tion of clothes for the season which is approaching. She may buy carelessly, without first going over the - clothes already hanging on her pegs; she may be short of money there are a hundred ' snares for the* 'un wary. Perhaps the most dangerous is that' of buying ~nore dresses than are really wanted, and not enough of the accessories which, to-day, arc of such importance. Very firmly the wise woman, who knows and appreciates the value of being per fectly turned out to the slightest detail, refuses to Irak at anything new until she has made an exhaustive study of what she already possesses. She begins with her underwear and hnr shoes, and works steadily outwards and upwards to her dresses, coats, and hats. Then she begins to fill in the gaps with new clothes. She also lays down li...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

HELP NATURE BYA TIMELY DOSE OF DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. At times Nature only requires a little assistance to get over an obstruction, and if something is used to merely give that - assistance, and not usurp all Nature's functions and take the. entire operation out of Nature's hands, then valuable help is being rendered. This is where the in valuable properties of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are . apparent. They do not usurp Nature's functions, destroying all - their natural activity, but when Nature needs help to carry its often too heavy burden, caused by over-eating and brink ing. then Dr. Morse's Indian Boot: Pills assist Nature. They stir the liver, cleanse :be stomach, purify- the blood, and aid n the digestion' and assimilation of food. ' ?'-'?? ? ??' ??'-??.??'. . ,~ -. ?' 'r- j'c?:3S-:'~

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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HELEN [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

HELEN. V.. '. 'When her 'first white hair' . Helen noted in her mirror.- ' Suddenly her heart stopped beating; Cold with terror - She looked round; but then, .?? Seeing no one there, in anger ' Plucked it out, and on the hearth flames . Would have cast it — : . But in Paris came: .... In his arms he took his Helen— - 'Why so pale, my deathless beauts? .; Troy shall 'perish ,. ..?' Ere one single thread . - ' Of this golden hair grows -silver.' Sadly Helen smiled:- 'Alas! - ; 'Poor Troy is doomed then.' : .'Never/1 Paris cried, ?'. ' . . . 'Need Troy fall.' ? But Helen- opened 'Her small palm and' sighed: 'Already, , Bee','tis fallen.' -? ..?'.:'. V — K. C. Trevelyao, in The Nation and The Athenaeum.

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Women's Page FASHION IS FEMININE. GRACEFUL MODES RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

Conducted By CS Elizabeth Leigh. FASHION IS FEMININE GRACEFUL MODES RETURN. Slanting lines of sweeping grace, a curve where a curve pleases' and a flare where a flare' enhances— these are the subtleties with .which Paris strives to escape from the boyish mode. Capes,' boleros, 'flares, uneven -and, dipping hem lines— all have been pressed into service in a detremined attempt to achieve the new ideal of femininity. A revolution does not come about with one gunshot and the boyish style is not vanquished. While outdoor sprots exist, it will r have its importance'. For informal occasions, the woman of fashion still looks very slim, trim, and.'free'of 'frills.' It is in the afternoon and evening that the new trend of fashion; has its way. : The afternoon frock, particularly, has an; endless yaripty. of^ design.' '.; The' obviously new lines are seen, for the most part, in skirts, diagonal seaminga, or biased flouncings applied- below ..the hips and usually curved up towards one' side, ga...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

- Tome's Hotio' Clothe* Hotct.— Medium tin IH It dla. 120 (t. line. £5 6/ a to: its* -9txc SO ft. dla.. 170 ft list. £8 10' toclnd ? ina cm-ted concrete, totarb* Parked '?* ronn ''trv— Wfdltm.- £«: first. £H SI. A '.rrt elio ?rfielf, written cnanntte «faln«t wear, 10 rem. Order— HARRIS. SCAItFE'8. O0i.tON PALMERS. L L: LAMBERT, 48 Fisher street, ' Falkrton. Phone CtS18. WF81U Special Bonjean Female Pills Core 111 renal* Waknenef tM fn* tnUritiei Elf* tml Eftn-Uf* Prfc* SI cer bm - Eztn Bp*eitl 10' Sole Aitent— R. J. POULTON. Chemist. 119 BOPRKK .etnECT MKLBOURNE rjjtjlnsoenlTnjleMJijjJ^njfe^ftje WP3UtaJ17o

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DO WOMEN HATE HOUSEWORK? [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

DO WOMEN HATE HOtSEWORK? Shingling-so the cynics tell .us— came in for. Eve to meet a need: So. much, were women praised and raised! to a state of notoriety that 'swelled head' followed as a natural result. . Women, gave up nor crowning glory because so many' other glories were tnrurt upon her. The. head of a woman could not carry them all. Something had to go. So .Eve kept the laurel crown and Bhed her. tresses. Housework, ' according, to ' some people, is the work woman hates most. ;' Does she?.' Is this true! (asks.Migs' Jean Kennedy in The' London Star). Remember there are millions of women doing it, though it. is said to be mono tonous, back-aching, nerve wearing, never done. People who love statistics count up how many beds a woman/makes in a year, how many greasy plates she washes up, bow much energy she -uses at the .wash-rtub, how many yards of darning she gets through, how mapy miles she walks within four walls. The result sounds rather staggering. The planning of meals is...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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IN THE COURTS. DEAF MUTE REMANDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

IN THE COURTS. . DEAF MUTE EEMANDED. ' Richard . Ward Paynter, a deaf mute, whp lives at Semaphore, appeared before Messrs.' H. S. Button and F. A.-Elix at the Port Adelaide Police Court on Mon day, charged with having, on December 27, at Largs Bay, broken into .the house of James Ross,- and having stolen 'one member's ticket of the Port- Adelaide Racing Club; also 6/. ' He was . also charged with having, on December 30, at Largs Bay, broken into the house of Alya Wilson; and having stolen one table inlfe, on dessert epoon, and one pockc^ bife to the value of 5/. The Hearing of both cases was adjourned until Wednes day. . Defendant was granted bail in his own bona of £30, and a surety of the same amount in each instance. AN ALLEGED ASSAULT, ' A married man, aped about 35, wa3 charged before Mr. H. M. Muirhead, 3.M., in the Adelaide Police Court, ou Monday with having, at W'IUmhI, .?. on Kovember 8, indecently assaulted a 'girl aged 13 years and 11 months. The dc iendant. who was arr...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LATE COMMERCIAL. AUSTRALIAN MARKETS. SYDNEY. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

LATE COMMERCUL. AUSTRALIAN MARKETS. SYDKET. Monday. Hone;. — CJraicest, 0&- to' 6)3.; good, Ed. to S]d.: mcdlnm. id. to 4jd.; dark, ti. per 0-. Eggs. — Sew laid, nice-graded lots, 1/0; me dium, 1/1; pullets, 104.; northern riven, south coast, and railway comigoniarti, 1/1. Duck. — Sew laid. 1/2'ttt 1/4, according to «bse per down. Lucerne Bar. — Hunter Eltcr, new Kreen, £5 10/ to £0; prime, stacked hif, '£« 15/. Straw. — TaRmanian -derrick pressed, nhcaten and oaten, £6 IS/ to £6 ton. Oats.— Tasmanian whit*,. 4/8 to 4/10;. Algerian. 4/8 to 4/9 bushel. Peas.— Jasmanlan blue; to 10/0; «W, to 3/3 bushel. Potatoes. — Tasmanian brownells, £12; bismarks, new season, £15 to £19; Victorian, new pinkeye* and carmenvflS to £14. Onjons. — Victorian new globes, £10 to fll' ton. Wheat — Quiet, holldav market; moweri'.'.niiKed' lou, 4/7 to 4/7} « tracks Sydney, which ? is equltilent to 4/ to 4/1 at country stations, parcels nominally 4/3 trucks

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

A Large and Complete Map : of the State. (New Edition.) The Tourists' Road Map of South Australia. 1 « _______ Price 2/-. Posted 2/2. Obtainabk from The Automobile Anocution of S.A., aD BookseHen, or TW Rt|i»ter Office, Greniefl Street, Adelaide. I Copyrighted,' Printed, and Published by W.NK. Thomas & Co.

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COUNTRY NEWS. WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

C0UN1W NEWS. WALLAROO. r»«mber SB.^-Thc portion in regard to the improvement* st the Xorth Beach is not satlsftctorr no far u tht corporation is con cerned. A considerable sura has been expended. and the Wallaroo Beaches AmoxmenU Comply formed for. the purpose of popularizing the bcachex. was given every encouragement. It is alleged that an agreement between the council ind the company was fonrsrded for fignature, hot mi» reither signed or returned. Liabilities due to tho corporation, it is stated, arc unpaid, and the original company has sold out and a new rompanr taken over the llabililirt. The popularizing of the headier has proved a costly cndcrtaMigr with results to the present not very promising. — The question of payment for cor poration i-mployes on holidnvit lanie up ixhen the appointment of special constables for. New Tear's Dav was under discussion. It «» pototec oot that if the men were employed the?, would be entitled to tliwe da.™* par, Tit, holiday par «nd douhle pay ...

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TO TEACH HER. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

. TO TEACH HER. - Salesman— 'Of 'course, we have square and upright pianos/' Customer— 'Well, that's iurt wiat I want for mv daughter— a straisM.'Tionest instrument.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

COMMERCIAL PRINTING ? OF ALL KINDS EXECUTED AT THE REGISTER General Printing Office.

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STATE SAVINGS BANKS. More Than Three Million Depositors. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

STATE SAVINGS BANKS. More Than Three Million Depositors. . Deposits received ~y theV State Snv ings Banks throughout Australia in No vember amounted to £11,832,148, and pay ments made were £ll,4555r7, according to a statement just issued by the Vic torian State Savings Bank (states The Herald, Melbourne). The -excess of de posits over payments, £376371, raised the total amount at credit of depositors to £168,150,871. Account* opened during the month were 36,777, while 29,556 were closed. - The increase brought the total of open accounts to 3,192,510. The fol lowing comparative statement does sot include figures fcr the Commonwealth Savings Bank and the Queensland Sav ings Bank:— At Nov. SO. Depositors. Balances. 1018 .. .. S.OTfi.OiS £87,001,691 1919 .... .2,183,053 07,488,859 1920 ? 2,288,811 107,096,208 1821 .. .... 2.406.85X 117,653,993 1922 .. ., . S.509,018 ? 12S.14S.030 1925 ..... 2,612,132 130.S0«,827 ' 102 1 .. ..- . 2,726,959 133,095,794 1925 ? 2,885,753 140,9SB,9!8 1926 .....

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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FIFTY YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

FIFTY YEARS AGO. from The Register, Tuesday, December 3L 1878. Samuel Callagher, a fireman, was coin, mitted for trial on a charge of having set ? fire to a house of an acquaintance at Port Adelaide.— A memorial for the extennnn of the north-western railway system from BIyth to Gladstone was largely sigued throughout the districts likely to bt crossed.— A telegram from . Melbourne re ported that the Kelly gang had been stay ing in a hut in the Switzerland Range* for several days, while the police searching for them were only a few miles away. Bunhranging recurred ' in New South Wales, where, the mail was robbed between Cassilis and Mudgee; ' . ?

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PERTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

PERTH; . PERTH CUP. A sweepstakes of £10 each, with £2,500 added. Second £500, and third £250. Two miles. Pica . Pica ... 8 10 Indian Sage . .8 9 Treat . ... 8 9 Unatoa .... 69 Spoony ..... 84 Jemidar .... 6 7 Hint . . . . . .8 4 Second- Wind .67 Spearage .... 8 1 Ergotlc . . .6,7 Sir Waddy ... 7 13 Mocking -. ...' 6 - 7 Coolah ? 7 13 Wolverton ... 6 7 Dawn of Youth 7 12 Miss Constance - 6 7 Qsanza ? 7 7 Torridor ... 87 Crystal Stream 7 6 Castledon . : . / '6 - 7 Exceeder .... 7 4 - Ayr Judge' ... 6 7 Arapuni .... 7 3 Nico ? 67 Herode . ... . 7 s: Jarlath I ... . ? 6 7 Arimond .-. . . 7 0 Chortle'. . .; . 6 '7 Durtne . . . » . 7 0 Noncrest . . . 6- 7 Karagao .... 7 Ollmoka . . . . 6 7

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TERANG. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

TERANG. TERANO CUP. One mile, two and a half furlongs. st ft. . ' st ft. The Tyrant . . 9 12 Bavaroy '? . . . 7 9 Kenney .... 9 7 Head Hunter ..79 Sacedon . . . 8 0 Red Devil ... 7-8 Llanthony ... 9 0 Sheafmead ... 7 8 Ograb . . . . . 8 9 Madam Langton 7 8 Kentl ? 8 9 Malvertoo ... 7 5 Harbinger .... 8 7 Arendal .... 7 5 Va'nto .... 8 5 Firebreak ... 7-5 Jedburgh . . 8 5 Blackbird ... 7 5 Bennosca ... 8 3 Klrcne .... 7 5 Cherrywood . . 8 S Vamparite ... 7 0 Buckland ... 8 0 Sportunaster ..70 King Motang . . 8 '0 Dimur . ; . . 6 7 Impartial . / . .' 7 10 Miss Whare '. . '6 7 Cjgou .... 7 10 ,

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RANDWICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

RANDWICK. 1 9 HOOK— SEW YEAR'S GIFT. I ?-L« '«?* 'Seven furlongs. .st ft. ? ??'.?, st Ik. Aorangl . . .. . 10 7 Kilperon . . . .7 13 Prepbsterer ,-;.': 9 11 Diorama . . . . 7 12 Bolfinctr ... 9 9 Qreesheath ... 7 10 Fool's Paradise: 9 6 Miss AustralU . 7 9 Sharp Son . . .' 9 2 Blushing .... 7 7 Besto . . . . J- 8 11 BOLLKGEB or PREPOSTEBER. 1 2 J-ft''?071011 HA^'D1CAP One and a quarter miles. Adrian .'. ?; . 8 10 Coloured ... 77 Dolomite '. .;. , 8 9 Soiree ... .72 Loouadoui .' . . 8 8 Gay Monk ...70 Mills Bomb .;i« 3 Colara Lad . . 7 0 Happy New . . 7 12 Bright Flower . 7 O Pfsano ...... 7 10 Lancham .... 7 0 Idris ....'. 7 8 Volunteer ... 7 0 Hamumna ... '7 7 Mello Cello ..70 LOQUACIOUS or HAPPY NEW -1 AK— FLYING HANDICAP. -»-«*y . . Sjx furlongs. ? Ascalon V .' . . 10 6 Black Douglas . 8 O Bravado .... 10 2 Loquacious . . ' 8 8 Margarethal . . 9 12 Greensll . .' . . 8 8 Garrula .... 98 Ormnm .... 80 Quince .... 9 5 Greensuie . . . 8 0 Factor . . ..-. 9 3 Pecunia ..... 80 King's A...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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ON THE TRACKS. MORPHETTVILLE GALLOPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

ON THE TRACKS. MORPHETTVILLE GALLOPS. At ilorphettville on Monday morning. On the tan track, The Scorpion reeled of three fnriongs in 38. Green Sign sped over four fnriongs in 53J. Sonneteer ran three furlongs in 37. Special Call spun over three lurlongB in 38.- ; .Stone Ginger and Green Cuffs ended their work with nve furlongs in 15. Suzumi spurted two furlongs in 25i. Blonde ran two furlongs in 25. Alternation went two furlongs in 25. Abull travelled one round .in 2.40J, the last mile in \XA\. Starina easily went four furlongs in 57. Ambassador and Pious Kate spurted three furlongs in 37J. Ambassador went again over the same ground in 40}. Warwickshire ran three furlongs in 41. Dartmoor -went a few furlongs smartly. On the sand track Serbury executed five furlongs in Ifij. ? \

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

The Perfumed Touch thmt Jtttikes Your Toilet Complete Cuticiira Talcum Powder FOR ALL SPORTS Every Fridays Issue ' Of THE REGISTER. ' THE REGISTER PATTERNS. Here Is one of the most- useful gar. merits a busy woman. can possess— an . overall or apron. Wearing a dainty light-coloured frock If the call should suddenly eome to perform some domes-, tic duty the overall can be slipped, over the frock, and save it from harm. When engaged In any kind of .house work or gardening It is most essential to have one of these protective gar ments handy. ' In cretonne or bright-toned , linen, they look particularly well. ' In sizes they can be procured to fit girls from 15 to 17 years, or in S.W. and medium sizes.: THE REGISTER PATTERNS. To obtain pattern, write to Lady Kitty, -The Register Office, eneloslni nlnepence In, stamps for each one re quired. The patterns; cost' nlnepenee each, postage free to any part of the Commonwealth. THE REGISTER PATTERNS, C/o. Lady Kitty, j The Register Office, I G...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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An Instructive Diagram. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

An Instructive Diagram. The diagram below shows the' relation in which each of the last GO years stands to the average rainfall line for Adelaide:— ' ? ? ? ' Average from 18SB to 1928, 21.16 inches (line marked ?). fThc rainfall for. 1914 vu only 11.39, and lerctore is act iboro on too diagram. north. .. Another., dry. snell then . inter vened, and continued throughout the re mainder of the year, the only rains of any consequence Occurring in the middle of October, when some moderate amounts half an inch! to on inch) were registered in the far north and north-west. Central and North Australia. . Although moderate to heavy rains, oc curred in January (except in the. south), the. aggregates were much below normal, and at Darwin,- where it was, with one exception.' the driest January on Tecord, the deficiency amounted to ' 1,143 points February showed an ' improvement, ? and Jarwin recorded 1,131 points; nevertheless he 'totals were again below normal, torch was a wet month over North ...

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