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DAMAGE TO OLD TIMBER MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

DAMAGE TO OLD TIMBER MILLS.; At 7.15 a.m. on Thursday the Port Adelaide Fire Brigade received a' call to the galvanized iron buildings in Commer cial road, Port Adelaide, until recentlv ,w;i4 - ujr viejicr w- iugnu, juimiiea, as their workshop. - The fire had broken out on a plat form of the floor above the old joinery shop, and had a good hold in the centre portion of this part of the building, and was running along the woodwork of the roof of the building for about 100 ft. The brigade, under District Officer Butler, responded quickly, and, putting out two lengths of hose, had the fire under control in five minutes. Several skylights were broken; and a considerable portion of the woodwork of the roof and top floor was burnt or c ♦!'?', JJS tZPW 'I'* be to the extent of £200. The nremises are insured with, the Yorkshire Insurance Company, Limited. - ,: .- i; ??? i...*. :; ' , .,--.... v. jas.

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 — 4 January 1929

W. COULDN'T ??KEEP HOUSE : [: WITHOUT REXONA! ;' 'Ike moat 'reliable 'remedy for. all- Skin -Knipttons, Cots, Sores. Burns and Braises. It m a Rapid Healer, cooling. soothing, and -auBseptfc. All who ? havV'used Rexona '-.describe it as The Best Sold -only in -J^jriangtilar Tins, at ty&iud 3/.: * :'.ll

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PAYING FOR THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

PAYING F0R: THE WAR - The cost of the : war continues to trouble the n»ti(?ns. During the past four years . Germany has .made increas ing annual payments -of reparations to the -Allies, according to the indefinite Dawes Plan. ? The fifth -year, the first of maximum payments, began in. August last with a declaration by the Agent General for Reparations (Mr. -Parkor Gilbert) that Germany's total obUga tion should be fixed. . It was, therefore; agreed in December to seek 'a. com- plete and final settlement of the repara tions problem;' and now, while the committee of experts is being ap pointed, each interested nation is loudly proclaiming its views. Germany, as the debtor, is the hottest in argument. Her capacity to pay the present annuity of £125,000,000, and ' possibly - more, is to be expertly examined.. German politi cians are bitterly protesting that their country cannot meet the standard pay* ments; but Mr, Parker Gilbert ii equally insistent that there is no doubt about .German...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CELEBRATING. THE CENTENARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

CELEBRATING' ?? 1HE CEN , The; ^Premier' should ' be gratified by the ready response .to his suggestion that the centenary of the proclamation of South Australia.' should be suitably uDservea. jureaay me scneme is beginning. to take shape, and as the proposed exhibition will not be held until seven, years hence, it should not fail for lack of time for organization. The spacious ' grounds of the Royal Agricultural Society at Wayvillo West will provide an excellent site, and, is the veteran President pointed out to Mr. Butler, yesterday, 'South Aus tralia being essentially a primary pro-: iucing State, it may be expected that agricultural and pastoral production ivill have a prominent position in any proposed exposition.' Care, however, must be ? taken :o provide also for the full repre mentation of the secondary indus tries of the State. Nothing testifies more strikingly to the progress of a :ommunity than the development of its manufacturing industries, and nothing, it may be added,...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The Register ADELAIDE: FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1929. NNISFAIL MAKES HISTORY; [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

Ihc ftfliatcr, / ? ADELAIDE: FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1929.'; [NNISFA1L 1V1AKES JtJiSTORY; As an eminent musical historian re« :entljr. 'renjarked ; witheract' propriety, Jie ..utter, impossibility of discovering id merits of the- now -famous '6ing cui^uuvk. cuuuuverey, .uirows a grave doubt upon ' the -j authenticity i and' ac curacy. of..airhist6ryj.vniusic^[ and1 gene-; ral.\.i^^afteria'ki^.'^,yonly-.-'a;''jfew' years, and while', the ;principals con cerned in the' affair are still living,' i\ is more than difficult to' decide what Dame Nellie * Jttelba' really said - to Dame Clara Butt, in a special railway carriage homeward ' bound -from Windsor in. 1906,;. who' is; to be certain what Monmpflth. said to Jack Ketch on Tower Hill in 1685; -or. what Jack Cade said to the LorS-Mayor: of London at the drawbridge irr.'14S0;: or. more hopeless stfll.^what, 'if- anything, .King Canute said to the:8ea in 1020» or thereabouts? All history that is based on hearsay, on the oral testimony of peop...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PEACE PARTY WINS. Senate and Kellogg Pact Precedence of Cruiser Bill. WASHINGTON January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

PEACE PARTY WINS. Senate and Kellogg Pact. Precedence of Cnriser JBiH ' WARmKOTnV .Tnnnonr t The United State* Press Association has learned that the American Senate leaden have reached a definite agreement to allow a vote to he taken on the ratifi cation of the Kellogg Peace Pact, before the Cruiser Bill is. taken into considera tion.' . ... .)

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VETERAN LEADER. Should Gen. Booth Go? Fateful Council Meeting. LONDON, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

VETERAN LEADER. Should ten. Booth Go? Fateful Council Meeting, ; ,.'.?'? LONDON, Januarys. Eighty Salvation Army officers. from the ank of colonel to major, throughout Great Sritain, have presented an address .to the Sigh Council of the organization, Welcom u g the members from all parts of the rorld to the first such assembly convened n the history of the Salvation Army. The address concludes: — 'We are glad iat, in harmony with our constitution, GEN. BRAMWELL . BOOTH, whose serious illness at the age of 74. years has given rise to suggestions that he may be asked to resign from the leadership of the Salvation Army. ?. GEN. BRAMWELL . BOOTH, whose serious illness at the age of 74. years has given rise to suggestions that he may be asked to resign from the leadership of the Salvation Army. ?. hieans'afc 'to be explored and. plans de vised whereby tho Salvation Army may immediately enjoy the personal and vigor ous, leadership that is so. necessary, for the maintenance of its progress...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SAWMILLS DESTROYED SYDNEY. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

SAWMILLS DESTROYED SYDNEY. Thursday. „ -'le nortnem sawmills at Dundee, near CofTs Harbour, were destroyed by fire last night. About 40 men will be out of employment. It is understood that the property was insured, for f.iiwi

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TWENTY-MILE FRONT. N.S.W. Blaze Out of Control. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

TWENTY-MILE FRONT. S.S.W. Braze Out of Control. :-:.i . . SYDNEY, Thursday. k .ti,. . w--aay. irom tfarallier itate.that the extensive. bush fire raging between Wollondilly and Abercrombie Kivers.is out of control. Another horn*. ''=™ uestruj-ea io-aay added to the toll -f the fire. Hundreds of acres of grassland on the poking Station were swept, leaving the )lateau desolate. The homestead, sbear ng sheds, end outhouses were all burnt. Mothing was saved of a valuable seven land shearing plant. The damage amounts o many thousands of pounds. The sta* ;ion is owned by Mr. J. E. Moore. To-day the wind dropped, and the fire Klyanced slowly through the uninhabited »'»' where it can do little harm. To iight the glow of the fires is reflected n the sky, and a. thick pall of smoke is 'ruting; over the countryside. je ,,re ,yPeaTS to be advancing to wards the Yerranderie silver mines, and .here is danger that it will reach tho !«« country and destroy the properties 3f llewrj. Parlon Brothers,...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THURSDAY'S TEMPERATURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

THURSDAY'S TEMPERATURES. ' City. Min. Max. . Adelaide.. ., .... 79.2 104.2, Perth ? 38 72 ' Brisbane. ..? .. ..','....69 , ' 86 ' . Canbcmi ? -.»?'.'. fl2 J 8ydney .^ ..--..- .??.?? 65 .-.' 75- ; 'Melbourne .. .« ... 'i\M- 95 Hobart.t: ..'...;..--; .53, ,74; ?

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TO THE EDITOR- The King's Illness. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

TO IMEDITORp Trii. 'Ifina1* Illneis:* . ?'. Sir— Has. 'C. ~Er. D.^teeni to clur.c* lately* At most places of worship, if nof at all, the National -Anthem, has been. sung and.'- special prayer -oftercd at each ser» v»c« touring. tha'gieateriPartiOf tbe.period of the King's illness':'' There is, therefore, no need for a special day of ; prayer, seer ing that the whole community' has the opportunity at any ordinary service to join in. this corporate petition.TT-I am, Sir, Ac, ii. tw £§ ^5?i 'Q-EID-'

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Regent Manager Replies. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

Regent Manager Replies. air— Unmnny occasions the fact' th»t (? possessed a sense of humour has saved me. from diraster, and it is owing to the possession of this ficultv tint 1 r*n nfforii to smile at the neceuity for discussine ' details of rey business with anonymous correspondents in the columns of 'Tha Register. My chief objection to such dis cussion is that on the few occasions pre- viontly on which the policy of thetbaatfa has been attacked under cloak' of anony mity, investigation has shown that tht authors of the false diatribes have been disgruntled persons who have been unsbla to obtain employment in the theatre. ' Our regular patrons never fail to take tlie opportiinity of discussing with n« personally .any item of the presentation or proj{raniuie with which they ire. not in entire agreement, but while the veno* mous anonymous letter-writer continues to exist one must perforce fulfil a publlo duty in repljing fully to his insinuations. It is a little difficult to discove...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The Single Unemployed. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

The Single Unemployed. ?? Sir— On behalf of the single unemployed men of .Adelaide, I have been requested to aek you if you would be kind enough to Dpen '? a subscription list ' In The .Register, is there are at present 300 men on our books; and all we- can imanoge % supply is onc/meaj a dsy to 25 men 1 I hope this miponl will meet: .with approval^! a*-« Sir, 4c, ?' ?;*'.? .? ...' : -.'^- , ? . C. MALCOLM, Assistant Secretary- Single' Unemployed, '.?..' trkdes.Hall. ???'??'?? (We will be pleased to acknowledge dona tion».— Ed:i ??'/''?:.??''';. -,*::'-'.'?'? '-

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The Gumeracha Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

The Gumeracha Tragedy. Sir— Footballers and patrons of the gam* throughput the. Ton-cm Valley Associa tion deeply regret the pawing ' of .the three gentlemen in the Gnmeracba irigeay. ah oi inese— *nessrf. ucurgs Farley, O. T. Smith, 'and W. Crook— jave of their best to the: interest of foot* bat), and all were delegates of the Gumer icha Club, They will be sadly missed it our delegates' meetings, and every dub in the association will fee] 'that such mtn is these can ill be spared. , They, will ilways be remembered with affection, and . the heroism of Messrs.' Crook and Smith 1 will be enahrined in tlie hearts pf all ' members of the association. : Mr. D. Nor*'worthy, vice-captain ot'tho Gumeracha Club, who, among other*, so pluckily went to the aid of the victim*, bas earned the unbounded admiration of ill footballers in thi* association. Deep sympathy is felt ' for ' the relatives of our departed friends.— I ? am. Sir,. 4c.',' ROYMcEWIN. President sf the Torrens' Valley Foot ball ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

? ??? ? . WATER, . Permanent supplies for farms, station*, gardens, orchards, or homesteads. I ad rise .thoroughly and honestly in client** in terests through long- practical .experience gained in boring, well-sinking ' (on thou sands of sites ,m South Australia and other States), and laying out. sad instal ling large and small irrigation schemes, ic_ Splendid and numerpus succeaiei in rar outback and dry inland areas. I also ' recomtjiend and ran instal the various types pump.' suited 'for wells, bores, or irriRation— large or small acreages— high or low lifts. Have you dry country? I an genuinely .hetpthe situation. Write in. Srst instance, to feDGAR S. HORWOOD, Consulting and ContractinR Engineer, for irater requirement* (to Commonwealth, ind State Governments); 2Z Park- terrace, Parkside (UU89J. ,:±. L3G2'*,iUtfo

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KETCH MERLE AFIRE. Vessel Totally Destroyed. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

MiCn MERLE AFIRE. Vessel Totally Destroyed. ??' On ^Thursday morning, Herbert Keith iHjwiord (18), a,- seaman, on the ketch -.Merle, reported to the Port Adelaide ...police that tho vessel bad been destroyed 7*'.SC a'''' »?«» p.ra, on vveanesaay, W 'Powder Creek,'' off the Port River. The outbreak was caused through a back-fire in the auxiliary engine. The ketch had been left up on the bank. Hifl brother, Mr, Harold William fiawford, of May street, Sandiwell, who was master ?[? we. ketch, had been badly burned about the arms and body, and was suffer ing: from shock. He rowed him up the river in' a dinghy, and he was now at borne under the attention of Dr. Russell ??*»{«- in the raoyning, Constable R. Booth, in the. police launch, accompanied by Constable T. E. Hentwhkc, of Bir .kenhead, 'and the boy, went down the river to inspect the ketch. They found She had drifted about 500 yards from where the boy stated she had been left beached behind Torrens Island. She was w.tho bank near t...

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DOGGED EX-MINER. Would Never Give In [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

DOGGED EX-MINER. Would Nev^r .Give. In Behind tho nccopted fact* of the death f Bennett Wilkmson,- a Doncaster ex mncr, wb'o died 'in Xondoti recently, Hc« he, story of 'a man who would not give n. ' .. ? . .-. . ? ..-?. ; ? Wiltinmn, wno -was Jiving in Stoct rell, S.W.. was employed in tho retort louse of the .Gaa- Light -and Cote Com ??toy. Ho Buccurutad. to-lieat stroke, the lumidity of the ?.tmosphero tliat 'day leing the highest on record for 48 ye.iri, iccording to Air Ministry records, and at lie inquest a doctor said that Wilkinson iad let himself go fully out in his work, rat wag not tuned up to hit new job, , Previous to last March, Wilkinson was m under^ound worker at the Brodsworth Main Colliery, Bpncnster, but work -ecame ncarce there, and he broko up bis lome and ' after much searching got .a .taker's job with the Gm Light and Coke Comnany in London. 'My Irnsband was always strong and Wealthy, atad I faercr know him to have 1 bottle of medicine,' his widow told a repre...

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EMPLOYMENT AT THE MINES. BROKEN HILL, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

EMPLOYMENT AT THE MINES.-' BROKEN HILL. tWkiW The number of men employed along tht) - ine of lode at the end of December was 3,815, or 554 less than was the case at tha end of November. The following table ihows the respective number of employes it the separate mines and works:— Amaka- . mated Zinc. 13; North. 1,047; British. 45St unction North, 6; Block 14. 18; Proprie £'T.. 172; Central. 646; Junction. .6: . south, 1,043; Zinc Corporation, 409; total, ,815. - . ? .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

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BATHS TRAGEDY. Coroner on "Ducking." BROKEN HILL, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

BATHS TRAGEDY. Coroner on ^Dacldng.' . BROKEN HILL, Thursday. 'Xne acting coroner (Mr. N. L. C. Shcrf. dan) returned a .verdict 'of accidental drowning at an inquest to-day concerning Howard Meryan Blanks, who. wa.s drowned in the municipal baths on New Year's Day. -He added a rider that the councfl should take steps to keep small boys away ? from youths and older men in view of tha allegations of 'ducking' in the evidence.

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