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

DISOtTBTIKG. I -ircnt to Major Peppertm'g wdc-rtd jrty last week— and, by Jot*! 'I- wu Tuck by. tie beaut? of the'pUce/'. 'So yon tried to kiss her, too, did you?'

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BRADMAN'S CENTURY. Cheered in Adelaide Grenfell Street Interest. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

BRADMAN'S CENTURY. Cheered in Adelaide. I ' ' - ; :.i '?' ' ' '?' ' .- '}'.' ', ?'??''? Grenf ell Street InWest 'fAll right, isn't it!'. . - . . 'Yea.' ? '-./- ?- / '-:. -v-'.;. ' 'Bradman's a ball of muscle, isn't he?f r'Tfea.' v '.?'??. . ?' J.:.}[ ' ? - ii a loreigner wno Knew notning abouj cricket had stepped into King'WiUiani street, or any other street of Adelaid(' for that ' matter, ' yesterday afternoon* he would have thought the populace hw) gone mad.;' ; . ' . , But the ' average Australian citizen! understands .mental telepathy in the** ' days, and he knew that the test match scores were uppermost -in the mind* of every second person.; . One could feel the pulse of the crow4 m front of The Register. Office between 4 o'clock and 530 yesterday increasing ' in pace as (He scores from' Melbourne changed from the two-nineties to the . three hundreds, from the' tens to'thtiV twenties, to the thirties, and nao! on to the forties. ' ' s The word 'Bradman' ?was on eyerr one'f lips...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HEALTH OF BROKEN HILL. Decrease in Typhoid. BROKEN HILL. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

HEALTH OF BROKEN Mx) Decrease in Typhoid. ' _ BROKEN HltL. 'ThuMrlaT. ., rne uniel Health Inspector (Mr D H. Wallace) said to-day that there had been ' 0 cases of typhoid during 1B28; which wa« he lowest in the history of Broken HOI. Chere had been four cases of scarlet fever, md;15 of diphtheria, these including tw» ?arners. , 1

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE LATE SIR NORMAN RAE. Well-known Wool Merchant. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

n.EJiT&^irN(Mto^RAE. WeB-known Wool MerditBt f nZSF'R^? * ^'v w°ol merchants, f Bradford), whose death is reported wai luite a personality ih the wool U»de JOrn on .l.mi.n- on innn t. ? 4 '*uc: a congregational minister, and entered tha small way with a partner in England H« was unfortunate, however, in strikhw 1 slump in the trade, and veVy *£?&£ small caprtau At this time he wa. offered a position at a handsome salary but having tasted the responsibility oTwor£ ing on his own account, preferred to await an opportunity to join with some ^ni who would finance an undertaking, i' was not long before a partner was found, tht f{?V^ ^'withstanding the fact never'fooked tck™'^ he PrWtic^ ♦iSlrM°Imim was adm'tted to be one of the ablest men in the wool trade, for. apart from his wide WledgTil,' that respect, he had a sound grip of economics. He was a coalition Liberal member of tha House of Commons from 1918 to 1922, and he ably represented the Shipley Division W,-T?EkBjire...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A FARMER'S,DEATH. Drawn Into Chaffcutter. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

A FARMER'S: DEATH. Drawn into Chaffciitter. ^KEITHr January '2.^Mr.' Taylor/ dl Keith, died at the Tatiara Hospital early jhw week as the result of -.an accident. dren.^ He was^assutinK in chaffcuttiriR recently at. the honjesteaJ of Mr. J. B. Makin, of Keith, when his trbusers'ca«ght on a pinion. Before the engine could be stopped he was drawn into the machine, nnd the leg was fearfully lacerated. Jim Makm rendered first aid, and the sufferer was motored to the Tatiara Memorial Hos pital.. For. the first week he appeared to make progress,, but complications set in.

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DEATH IN A TRAIN. Not Foul Play. SYDNEY, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

DEATH IN A' TRAIlt Not Fool Play. ; v ' ' SYDNEY. : ThliMrTfnr Enrmrrieg_ concerning the. death of Archibald McCuIuiri.of Victoria,, whose jody was found in a lavatory of the Bydney-Tamworth mail train at G«+. yu.^uvciaoer m, nave succeeded- m plac ing it beyond doubt that the man'g death -vas not the result of foul play ?? It was at first believed that iicCullum had been murdered, in order to secure possession of £150 in bank notes, which be was known to havc drawn fromhii bank, shortly before leaving Melbourne ii t v^T'^'i011 indicates, ? however, that McCulIum had disposed of the money before he left Melbourne. McCullnm wai i 'f?^ 1*1° e been ^epreawd when he lett ilelbourne. ? . -

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
EXCITING BATTLE. CLOSE FINISH IN SYDNEY. Century to Nothing SYDNEY, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

EXCITING BAHLL CLOSE FINISH IN SYDNEY. Century to Nothling. - . '.avTWrcv m...J.A.~ The weather was delightful, being bright and cool for the resumption to-day of the Sheffield Shield match between New South Wales and Omvmnlanrl-' 'Tho'/ivBrniorit posiuon wa Queensland 435, and a. for. 228; against Ne wSouth Wales «7. The not out men— Thompson (76) and Nothling (37)— resumed to the' bowling of Jordah and Nicholls. The, latter, with the fifth ball of his first over, had Thomp son caught by Ratcliffe.at second' slip, after juggling with the ball. The batsman, had required but 24 to give him. the distinction 0. E. NOTHLINO. 0. E. NOTHLINO. of registering two separate centuries foi the match. He had batted 173 minutes and hit six fours. Nicholls appealed fo; l.b.w. against Litflter, but it was not sue tained. At 269 Fairfax broke through Lit ster's defence. Brew lost his wicket to i weak stroke. . He, went for an off-drive but, failing to connect properly, be edgei the ball softly to Mo...

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

FETES AND FAIRS. WATERVALE. The annual fete of the Waterralc itethodisl Church, held in the foresters' Hall on Tuesday waa declared open by Mr. C. Eandow, of Hoyle :on. There was a larrrc attendxnre. .nri the biiiu wcrp aecoratea witn paper flowera and fern. The prire for belt decorated itall waa won by the jumble stall. Stallholders:— Jumble and produce, Mesdamei Nell Grace (con vener), L. C. Hunter. C. iterrrtt; fruit and rrwetts, Mfsdanies W.. Smith and U. Grace; ice cream. Misses Vera and U. Smith. Mnu Buda rick; Chrlstmaa tree. Mr. Arnold Smith- and kindergarten Rirls; cheap jack. Means. 0. Hol der and A. ?; Smith,', and lllfea Mary: Solly; cool dtinks, George . Bnrgess; doorkeeper, Mr. Keil Grace. .A -musicfll projrrainme was' 'ar- ranged, by Hiss Biye 8mKi; items/wire alfo 'con- tributed by tb? children, and a- song by Mn.'J. Gilding;, of AUbtlrn.- The tecretarj- and trim' aItt m Mr. W. Smith. Proceeds US.

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

MILLER ANDERSONS' SUMMER SALE. THOUSANDS OF BARGAINS IN ALL DEPART ., MENTS, OF WHICH THE FOLLOWING ARE t ' 'TYPICAL EXAMPLES. See further List on Front Page._ . 84/- Spun Silk Pullovers 69/6 Knitted, exquisite shades, soft contrasting colours on collar only.- 84/ for 69/6. . 39/6 Sample Jumpers for 21/ Scotch knit, no two alike, 'k limited 'number only. Marked 29/6, 35/, and 39/6, for 21/-each. 16/6 Bloomers , for _ 10/6 LADDERPROOF ART SILK BLOOMERS, in shades of Blue, Sunrise, Cinnamon, Biskra, Cedar. Women's size only. 14/6, 16/6, for JO/6 pair. 16/6Madplam. Nights. 10/6 Hand embroidered White Madapolam Nightdresses, buttonholed neck and armholes... 16/6 for 10/6 each. 25/* Dressing Gowns 19/11 Ladies' FUJI SILK DRESSING GOWNS, daintily embroidered, all full size; shades of Apricot, Saxe, Sky, and Vieux Rose. 25/ for 19/11 each. (Third Floor.) * ' Bedspreads for 10/ Each Pretty BEDSPREADS for sleepouts and children^ beds, Faw^i ground, Rose; Helio., or Blue printed designs. Redu...

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

THE RURAL VOICE MniBADOGGIE, January 1. — The worst season or year on 'recortj here: has drawn to a close, with a total. rainfall of 600 polntii. Hardly a buutl of wheat was collected off many thousands of acres of country, and nractlcaliy southern districts. Many tons of chaff and hay have come into tbe district for starving stock. As Wilmington il the closest railway station, io rebate to sllowed on the feed. The.springs ?re very'- law, and the wells are short of their lupply. The dams hare no water, both cartiu; and watering stock being done, except for a Few farmers, who have their horses south. MOtJST OAMBIEB, January 2.— Although the rainfall at Mount Gambler for the put year only fell short of 27 in. by one point, the total 28.99 in. was 4 In. short of the average for the past 20 yean. Bain fell on 702 days. June was the wettest month, the registration being 4.55 in., while 'the driest month wu February, the recordlnc being only 4 points.

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WHAT A PAL!- [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

/WHAT A VALl Bill and Jack had worked in. the same mill for many years. One day Bill got fast in the sbaftrng and was -whirled round anri f-nnnd hpfnrn iha ontrtnA iviitlit ho stopped. He was extracted from th- belting more dead than alive. Jack, who had been a horrified frit ness, bent over him and cried, 'Bill, lad are yer all right? Speak to your old jfm Jack. Come on, Bill, lad.' Bill slowly opened his eyes. Witt a wry face lie looted at his pal, and re plied, indignantly:— 'Speak to yer! Why, haven't I just passed jcr three times and yer sever' said a 'Word?'

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

THE WEATHER ? ? ? ; JN^-'m' ?delbiEeiHilhTJai'.' - ? '?/? & 0* ibSW map the Mm* at ftw of equal bfflWBetrTc pit* , ?M art shown, tbe value* being indicated by tbe figures given at tht : . cad 61 «wh Kn«. Diitctioa of tbJwind.tt.thow. by «niw flyin« , iriftftewindi- ' : ?-. .-; v'; '? ' ?,?;?'?-?-??; ?.. ? . ;- '' light bretie '[ ? - ; Moderate bretie- ' -? ' ? Strong brewo- - ' - VCale-»»~-» O. represent* calm. The state of the sea is shown fry the letters .1L (smooth), M. (moderated B. tougj-). V, B. (vary rough). 8hidin| ? ? ? ; JN^-'m' ?delbiEeiHilhTJai'.' - ? '?/? & 0* ibSW map the Mm* at ftw of equal bfflWBetrTc pit* , ?M art shown, tbe value* being indicated by tbe figures given at tht : . cad 61 «wh Kn«. Diitctioa of tbJwind.tt.thow. by «niw flyin« , iriftftewindi- ' : ?-. .-; v'; '? ' ?,?;?'?-?-??; ?.. ? . ;- '' light bretie '[ ? - ; Moderate bretie- ' -? ' ? Strong brewo- - ' - VCale-»»~-» O. represent* calm. The state of the sea is shown fry the letters .1L...

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

BAROMETER. Barometer tt 9 o'clock Iu» night. 29.72.:^ Barometer tt 9 o'clock Iu» night. 29.72.:^ Tha followtej tabll itret tht «U-heorslj eox icted and reduced to mean sm;l«nlva«d btro icter retdlati daring tb» last thret Atjt 81 eg. rahr. .and; standard enritr. - eorresnondis* it* tft» weathir mapt- ;? ? ? ' ? .. ? tWI a.m.* 8 p.m. 9 f.m. uesday «. «. 29.82 S9J9 29.9i-iS0.O8 fednesdaj . . 30.00 .(0.09 29.92 19.80 hursday ..\... 79.7S 80.70. SB.88 29.72 WaiTHKR BEPPBT8 AND FORECASTS. ; Supplied by the Commonwealth Meteorologist.) ADELAIDE, Thursday... Forecasts. South Anstralla, (issned 9 p.™., Thursday).— loudy and becoming cooler generally, with ?eihenlng west to south-wut winds. Tendency -r tome scattered shovers and thunder. ' - Western Australia.— Sultry,, wlti , tendency' te tin and thunder in north-west, some scattered lowers on south coast: otherwise fine, with »1, west to south winds. , Queensland. — Cloudy on coast, with scattered lunderabovtrs, particularly in tropics; ot...

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

'How delicious!' ,J»^^ t satisfying, /\*k ;»i- economical 11M!X$ -Weal light ^yVHE/f refreshment SANDWICHES 12R B0Trtl Stadwldies {VxVxA') en be ±±S made out of a 4 oi. bottle of BorrlL

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ELOPEMENT SEQUEL. Grandmother to the Rescue. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

ELOPEMENT SEQUEL Grtndnotier to tie Rcscae. The .elopement from Tunbridge Wells of a youth aged IB and a eirl of 18 had a sequel at Marylebone Police Court last month. ' Ueorge. Albert lies. 19, motor driver, iras charged with stealing 9/3 from gas md electricity meters in his rooms in Elgin, avenue, Maida Vale. When he mi arrested lies was carrying a dummy revolver and a letter containing instruc tions to the girl with regard to the elope ment. . ? ' A .detective said Hcs and the girl had wen 'missing from -their homes in Tun iridge Wells for. a week. Apparently hey came to London and took apartments in Elgin avenue as man and wife. ?Hers grandmother said that he was a proHderful boy. She alleged that tne girl sad led him away. Jlr. Bingley— If you think that, I should not imagine that you have seen he instructions from him to the girl as to bow she was to escape. No. 8 reads: -'Pinch cheque from granddad's pocket md get chap to change it, so that I shall lot'be.fecV. The grandmoth...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE THIRD TEST. Continued from page 9. TASK FOR ENGLAND. Stern, But Not Impossible. LONDON, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

THE THIRD TEST. Continued from page 9. TASK FOR ENGLAND. Stem, Bat Not Impossible.' TVYNTMYN. .Tanu»rv-3. 'Task for England and Hobbs?,is,The Standard's .leading banner line, about the test, the second being, 'How Bradman Turned the Tide foe Australia.' ? Apart From the performances ot Woodfull and Bradman, The Standard attributes the position of the game to the' injury which limited Larwood to- 'six stihgless overs in all the torrid day.' . , : It says that Chapman nursed Tate splendidly,, but he could not do two men's work,: and adds, 'this is all very distress ing,, but such is the fortune of war and cricket.' ? ? .-: ?-..'. The Standard features Macartney's opin ion that England is faced with a stern, but by no means impossible task, and that the Australians wasted a lot of valuable time in perpetual defensiveneas. - . .

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CALEDONIAN SPORTS. Mount Gambier's Record Carnival. MOUNT GAMBIER. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

CALEDONIAN SPORTS. Mount Gambler's Repord Carnival. x»nriVT nAMBIER. Wednesday. ? The sentiment underlying the motto oi the Mount Uambier Caledonian Society, 'A' thegithcr,' was prominently in evi AannA .nn Vnw Ynflf B T)nV . When UIO lOCiety neiQ us annual gporis «oi.ueiiuK vu ?rew Park. There was a huge gathering if the clans. Special trains brought hun Ireds of holidaymakers from all quarters )f the south-east, and hundreds more :rotsed the border from Victoria, ilthouch in the early morning the veathcr looked unfavourable, the town was !ay with' flans and tartan plaids and dreamers, while many wore also sprigs ol the genuine heather. The exact financial result of the gathering is not yet available, but as the gross takings were in the- vici nity of £700, it in- anticipated that the society will make a substantial profit. This year a variation was made in the programme by running off the heats for the cycle events on the evening of New VcarV Eve. This was made possible through th...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HOBART CUP WEIGHTS. Run on January 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

HOBART CUP WEIGHTS. Ttnn im Jlnnirr SO.' ? ?'. ? »t ft. »t ft. RoontitSgb . -.-,' 0 * Panoply . «... 7 i uycOTgioM . . . 9 8 Gratify . '. . . 7 8 rortafect . . . ?' 9 1 Ftttau . . , .? 7 8 Cobranvell . .91 Wononqsa , .... 7 8 Kentlt i . . . 8 11 LasceoU . . . ., 7 9 Jrimdier Bob .8-9 Benfus .... 7 i Ognb .... 87 Rjn ..... 7 4 Klnglrt . . i . 8 * Tjiudtr ...... 7 « IMnce Viol ... 8 S Htrcobra ... 7 - Pnibity ? . . 1 1' 8 ? 0 Night OUfe ..70 Gundabota . . .- 7.12 BlinMon ....70 Uiid'o' Cockptn 7 12' Lsmpra . . . . « 12 Bhafmctd . V. 7 12 Proud KtnB . . 6 12 Undy .... 7 10 WUhtck ? « 7 Kcntril .... 7 10 Colidge .... 8 7

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MORNINGTON RACES. Cup to Prince Don. MELBOURNE Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

MORNINGTON RACES. Cup io Prince Donv VRMtnnlMS ThomhT. The Gold Cap Heeling of the xomingtan juc tog Club was held la raltry wuthir to-day. D«UI)s:— TBiAt HUEDLE BACE, ' ? Tiro mile*. llr. T. A. S!mp«in'i cm. LEWIS, by Poltnl —Demure, 6 jn, 9 rt. (N. Ktlly) .... 1 SJnsra. Orey and Shtahan'a b.m. Olynrtte, 6 yn., S-»t 4 ftr. (B. Turner) ? 1 .. 2 Mr. & Sundtrlind'a cm. KnnledU, 6 yra.. (B. fccobie) .. .. ~ ? .. * '^Other ttartcn— Too Hoick, Bnnmbao, Aboc, mih, Ko-l, Bounty King, Hbcoe ?Betting (Argus rrlctt)— J to 1 apt I8WI8, S to 1 Aboomih. 7 to 1 Too Honest and Mil cue, 8.tfl J Noel.lii to 1 Kunnicdia, ?q to 1 Qlvnttt? and Bounty King ?%oa by »ix lengths, -nitti three lenrthi to tween' second and third. Time. S.I?}. M.IIDES PL.WE, Six iurionge. Mr. A. J. Pearson's W. LADY 1IABO0LA, by Bunabadccn — Mireola, 3 y[&-.8 rt. (A. Fullarton) .. .. .. ?? ?? — ?? -r ?? 1 Mr.- 8. FrencVi b.g. Toung^-Gtrden, 6 jn., 8 ?$. t tt. (W filHott- -? ??. ? ? 2 Mr. Z. Y. Shiel's b g. Sar...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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LIFE SAVING. Effective Beach Control [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

IM SAVING. Effective Beach Control. Although it ie generally considered that our wonderful .stretch of uale bathing areas, reaching irrim Oufer Harbour to Tiaot. Rriuhfnn nrn nrncticallv sale from the. ravages ot sUarKs, occasionally a tragedy has shocked the community. - It would seem, however, that more dan ger arises from channels which . have become washed out as a result ot storms of. last winter. Particularly at Glenelg is the danger manifest, and those who were in charge of beach patrols during the holiday period, emphasize the necessity for a strict (surveillance on children as they blUMluily pp.c'dle about among' the shallow brenUc::.. j\cvcr before- have our beachcti presented such crowded appear ances as this season. Were it not for the presence of a band of life savers, and the work of instruc tional classes, promoted by several' clubs aifiliated with the South Australian Ama teur Swimming Association, fatalities would probably have marred the enjoy ment of the vacation....

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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