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DISCUSSION PREMATURE. State Commandant's View. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
DISCUSSION PREMATURE. Stah Ctmmindint't Viiw. When questioned yesterday regarding the meeting oC the High Council and the possibility of Gen. Bramwell Booth being denosed from his nofiitirm am Ipndpr nf ihp Salvation Army, owing to big illness, the south Australian Commandaut (Brig.-Gen. W. D. McClure), said the High Council of . the Salvation Army had been summoned to meet in London early in January. All Salvationists regretted the continued grave condition of the health of Gen. Booth, but meanwhile the work ing .of the army would not be in any way effected) as every netewary arrange ment existed for the- efficient mainten ance of its operations the world over, under a system inaugurated by the army's founder. All the discussions as to supposed claim ants to the generalship of the army were premature, if not. indeed, absurd. There were neither claimants. .nor candidates for the position. The matter, by the very nature of Salvation.-Anny policv, was-one which could.be decided only, ...
CONTROLS JAMMED. Essendon Crash Enquiry. MELBOURNE, Thrusday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
CONSOLS JAMMED. Essendon Crash Enquiry. MELBOURNE. Thursday. The air accidents investigation commit tee, which enquired into the aeroplane crash at Essendon on December 2o, in _l:.u n.;._ cv.nr-o. *ar-\ 21.vears. ano Alfred Heaton, aged 18 years, were killed, has submitted its report to the Minister lor Defence (Senator Sir William Glas The report indicates that the committee was unable to determine the actuai cause of the accident. J-ut_it is suggested that the controls were inadvertently jammed by the passenger. Heaton, during the ierobatic manoeuvre. 'It was ascertained that 4he late 3Ir. Rhodex was a pilot of limited experience, and that he was m :lined to attempt manoeuvres at low alti tudes,' the report states:. 'It was also iscertained that this machine was not prepared or allotted by the Aero Club lor passenger carrying, and that it was taken up on this occasion without the :Iub's permission.' . . ? ? \
DIGGERS THREAT TO STORM DIAMOND FIELD. CAPETOWN, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
DIGGERS THREAT TO STORM DIAMOND FIELD. CAPETOWN, January 3. The uneasiness of the Hertzog Govern ment over the position on the Namaqua-; land diamond, fields is reflected in the rnjlninff /if . a Rn«w*ial tram iritK 9flrt '.Tvi1i-*i* from Pretoria. The train is expected to arrive at Port Nolloth on Sunday. On the following day the diggers will hold a demonstration, for on that day their ultimatum to the Government, de manding the. removal of the restrictions,' expires. ? , ' Failing compliance with 'the terms of the ultimatum, -the men have threatened to storm the diggings.' ? . ??:? :'';'-:
MOTOR CAR FEES. MELBOURNE, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
MOTOR CAR FEES. ?uwv.'iinnnvi? Ti,.n-«,inv Last year motor registration iees re ceived -by ?the' 'police exceeded £1,000,000 for .the first time. . With the registration of 29.836 more vehicles in -1928 than, in 1927, the amount received was £1,014,208. The amount in 1927 was £891,947. The average registration fee paid on private cars last year was £6 1/8; on com mercial vehicles £10 18/5; and on hire cars. £10 8/4. At December 31 there were 133,948 motor . vehicles -of all-kinds registered in Victoria, an increase of 10,042 compared with 1927. 'Drivers'. licences in force now number 198,207. 1 . ' .'?'
SPEEDWAY ROYAL MEETING. Handicaps for To-morrow. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
SPEEDWAY ROYAL MEETING. Handicaps for To-morrow. Handicaps framed by we juotor t-ycu Club handlcapper (Mr. L. L. Brooks) foi to-morrow mgbt'a meeting at Speed waj Royal:—' . ' . ' ! Frank Ducekett,' 8i Harley, icr. . 'Irvine Jones,,. SJ Douglas, scr. Jack Chapman, Ji A.J.S., act. - Jimmy Datson, Si Doujlas, Is. ? ?? ? ? Don Tacey. SJ Douglas, 4*. Keith Litcnfield, Si A.J.S., 4s. Reg. Applebee, Si Douglas, 4s. Jfocca Roberts, 3* B.S.A., ii. Charle Gray. 3} B.S.A., 5«. / Lonce HU1. Si Douglas. 5«. , - . Norm. Mitchell, 31 Norton, as; . - ?-. . Clem. Mitchell. !I Chater Let, 5s.: .. Jack Hanson, 3» A.J.S., St.- .- i ' Dick Wise, 2| A.J.8., 6s. ? . Bon.F6ale, 3i Norton, «s. . . ?' Con. Bertelsmeir, Si A.J.S., 6s. Johnny Morcy, 3i A.J.S., ts. , . : WaL Taylor, 2} Harley, 6s. ? ; Rasa Lee, 31 Norton, 6a. Frank Bertsh,'2J Harley; Ta. ' - ? '??? Enol DeCean, Si-Douglaa, 7a. ? i - ?' ? ' i ' Georg* Marques, 3} Dougla*,'7t. -. ?-.-:. Joe Airar, 2| Harlty, 7a. . - ? --.. ? ? K«n Bartlett, t| E...
AUTOMOBILE GUIDES. Heavy Holiday Traffic. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
AUTOMOBILE GUIDES. Httw Holidav Traffic. - Heavy demands were made upon tha road service department of the Automobile Association during the Christmas holi day*. A large number of motorists found tbemseives m trciiDie ana csaiea upon the association niidn to render mechani cal assistance. In the metropoltian area, 221 calls were received' from tnetaberi who had broken down on the road. Of this number, 56 were traced to carburetter trouble, 8C to ignition, 25 to tyres, 14 to battery, nnd 51 were returned us unclassi fied. The guides further supplied road nnd general information to 421 members. When going off duty at midnight during the holidays an Automobile Anociation pride located an Essex coach (apparently abandoned) in tht Botanic Park. He took ' its number and . notified ' the ' Citv Watehhouse. A traffic constable was sent out with the pruide, and the car was driven to the watchhonse. Next morning the owner. ins located .and the car waa rt* turned to him. The asKQcintron'n tour...
ATHLETICS. EGLINTONS TREBLE WIN. FIXTURES. January [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
A^HI,ETI€S; By (MdPed; EOtlNTON'S TREBLE WIN. : ' FTSTUBJES. ?..-?'.;? ?' . ': .Tannarr. .' , .'?* 7— Plympton evening mcatins.' .10— Adelaide Harriers. ' 28— Adelaide Harriers. 26— Lameroor . . 26V-Hamley Bridge, ia-^rinnoroo. ? February. ? 9— South Australian championships. 10— South Australian championships., ' Mr. J. K. Eglington. of Norwood, and his sen Donald, of Brighton, have created x record for South Australian twiners of professional athletes. On Boxing Day, at Ararat, Victoria, J. K. Eglington scored with Ml J. Dunk, and he returned and landed the Glenelg Gift. H. J. Wilson, who finished second to Dunn, also returned to Adelaide, but F. R. Wilson, of Port Lincoln, stayed behind with eyes on the £100 gift at Jeparit. That race went his way on New Year's Day, when .Tim Ban ner ran. second and J. W. Hume, of Ilind marsh, finished third. Thus, the Eglinton's trained three important winners in a week. They also trained L. R. Parker, who won at Glenelg on Commemoration -Day, 1...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
ARE YOU AFRAID TO EAT? DOES INDIGESTION TORMENT YOUT 1 Chronic digestive disorders will- throw i man or woman out of gear, perhaps more than anything else. Indigestion is not' an ailment which will completely in* capacita'te a sufferer, but it can , cause much torment and worry. The dyspeptic has often to think twice about tha food ae eats, wondering what his digestion will really stand. He is often ill nourished, irritable, and depressed, owing to lack of ippetite, or a too slender diet, or because he is' afraid to cat. Going without food Joes not improve matters, for the body must be nourished, yet this is one of the miseries of indigestion. What a weak stomach must have is rLh. red blood, and to make new blood ir the logical method of dispelling indi BWtipp. Yon can do it by taking Dr. tVitiiams's Pink Pills. Thousands of in dia»'tinn sufferers have derived permanent benefit in this way. Dr. Williams's Pink Pflk will increase and enrich your blood from the first dose, and a« soon...
FIFTY YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
FIFTY YEARS AQO. From The BugtyeT.' -JSpday,-' January. 3; ..' . ',' :'r -;'i.B78.' ?-.:.:,:. .. ..: ? The final sqryey tor a1 railway iron: Ade laide to Nairne was begun in the Ade; [aide Station 'yard:— Two'poxtionB -of an unknown .vessel .recently wrecked, were found near the Glenelg River.— The jnail buggy from Yardea to. Port Augusta was capsized through the horses becoming un manageable. The reins, became ,-entangled with th« driver'i legs, and he recelived fatal injuries. , ,. . .
BETRAYED. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
BETRAYED. Two loud knocks , heralded ' the arrival -f the . rent collector. A -little girl inswered .the - door, and ? said, blushingly, 'Please, sir, mother's out.'- 'U$u*Y' queried tbe_ collector,, peering lown, th« pfisstge.. 'Then-tell motho tha.next tiina. she ^oes out to take hex shadow with her,' ^ ,. ? ,- '
BOXING. Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
BOXING. : Bjr Straight Left. .Fixtiret.' ' January S.-Htrry Stone v,, Jim; Jearee (Sydney). . . ,( r ,' . Hitty Stone Agtinl^ ' ,.'. » Hsxry Stone, the hero of' » hundred to-morrow, night . at the Sydney, stiiiuin. He.wilJ meet Pesrce, whoia.a mostpro miainir welter-weight boxer, but -he- will find that- (provided Harry has improved 'ince Chsrlie. Purdie. b^at. him) the ancient one is tough and agile.. - ' . Fidel La Barba. . . Fidel La Barba is in Sydney preparing for his forthcoming battles with the. little tlpve men. This famous American Has [ought the' best in the world;'- and emerged victorious.. Striinm'*.- Limited-, btcmuht bffl ont with the object 'of jWpnhrii^Dg boxing in Australia. ??-'-? .-;'?-
TRADES AND LABOUR. MEETING TO-NIGHT Trade and Labour Council UNEMPLOYED COACHMAKERS; [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
TRADES AND LABOUR. .- Tr«3ei'«jid Labour;.'Cpujleil. .'' ' CINEMPLOYED COACHMAKER8 ' Owing to the partial closure st.Holden'e Motor Body Builders, to- permit -the pTe ptration of assembly lines for new 'models seTettl hundred of ths etnnloves ire ont ui ww», iucic ji uiwe vrospecioi. tnerp obUtaing employment again, beforiMiirch. Hundreds of the men registered their name* at the office of the: Coaclrmaker*' Federation on Wednesday, 'and.jniuridjry... HOtEL, CLUB. AND RESTADRiNT' DNI0N;: -?? ' ?' Mr. H. L. Baldo'ct, secretary of, the lotel,- Clnb, and Restaurant Employes'1 Unfonrha recovered sufficiently from tb* effects, of. his recent accident' to' resume ?TOME. .... , '- .' - - ' . .:?', ' ' -, . '. ;- '. J .*\ ... ?''^nit.J^^^.l' * -'
INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. Amusements .. , ? 2 Auctions .- ? ' . ...... 10 .Board and Lodgings .. .... .'. ..16 Carriers .. .. ,..' ? 16 Education ? 1 Funeral Notices ? 2 Government Advertisements ... 1 Holiday Resorts, Hotels, tc ? 16 Legal Notices ? , „ .. 10 Lost and Found ? 10 Medical „ ...... .... ..'-„ 16 Miscellaneous ? -„ . 2 Motors and Cycles ? -. 16 Offices, Warehou«*s,' and -Shops to Let ? ..- . ... .... 16 Patents and Trade Marks ? 16 Persons Wanted ? j.. .. 16 Professional Engagements ? 16 Properties for Sale .. ..? ? r 16 Properties Wanted ? -.. .. 16 Public Notices ? -'.' 2 Shipping ? ,. .-: 1 Sporting .. .. ? ','. ~J 2 Situation Wanted :, .. ; ? 16 Tenders^. .. ^..., ? ^.. .. 1« To Let ? -.. '.. .. 10 Wanted to'Buy ? 16 Wanted to Sell .. u M w ^, M 16 ,
BOWLS TEST MATCH. WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
B0W15 'TEST MATCH. WELLINGTON (N^.), Thursday. Xhe Australian oowiers were given a civic »ud Government reception at the Wellington Town Hall to^ay. ? _ Thn nncninc test robber was decided on uataita Uut- s green, uonaicions were, a ronsiderable disadvantage to the Austra lians, 'and tbe result was a somewhat easy irin for the New Zealand team, who won four out of six games, scorinE 175 to 113.' Results (Australian skippers first): — Bleach 17, Pilisgton 30; Clark 27, Bell ' 27; Beecbam 11, Smart 40; Griffen 13. Walker 28; Chirran 27, Harrowa'y 23; Rogenon 28, and Scott 27. - '
FIGHTING KANGARILLA BUSH FIRES: WATCHING TEST FIGURES: MISSIONS AND BLACKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
FIGHTING KANGARflXA BUSH FIRES: WATCHING TEST FIGURES: MISSIONS AND BUCKS. . Wtien fire broke out afresh on the properties of Mr. Keith Sauerbier and Mr.' Ri 'X.' Thorpe/ hear' Kangafllla, neighbours froln all the surrounding district hurried to. the spot and assisted to bring it under control. * In the picture on the left some of -them are seen attacking a log and a post that suddenly - burst Into flame, and on:the right. others-arelseenJstemmlng.theadyance' of the fire through the grass. ' ?.:: - : . ...-?? ? . Wtien fire broke out afresh on the properties of Mr. Keith Sauerbier and Mr.' Ri 'X.' Thorpe/ hear' Kangafllla, neighbours froln all the surrounding district hurried to. the spot and assisted to bring it under control. * In the picture on the left some of -them are seen attacking a log and a post that suddenly - burst Into flame, and on:the right. others-arelseenJstemmlng.theadyance' of the fire through the grass. ' ?.:: - : . ...-?? ? WELCOME VISITORS TO SCENE OF FIRE. Mis...
CYCLING. RECORD FIELDS. Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
CYCLING. RECORD FIELDS. Futures. January, 28.— Kapunda.. ? ? ? : ,. Country cyclists achieved splendid suc cesses during the holiday circuit (ami vuu. \ja- irarisLoras uay at jrffy^ffnnTn W. N. Govan, of Port Pirie, won -well, and other northern end southern riders -con- tinued to lead home big fields at the various fixtures. ? At Staeey Park, Appila, on New Year's Day, W. G. Williams, also- of Port .Pirie, eclipsed all other performances, for be won tlie. mile in 2.13 4-5, the two miles in 4.35-3-5, and the five miles scratch race in 12.16 3-5. - Goran finished second in the mile ' and five miles events. He proved better than Williams at Payne ham, but the lastnamcd did considerably better at Appila. Mr. W. Wade, th» Adelaide representative of the Leagno of , South Australian Wheelmen, reported that the racing was of a hish standard. H. C. Standisli '(one of the crack Adelaidean riders) finished second from scratch in the great nor thern wheel race, run over two miles, and he certa...
TO-DAY'S DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
TO-RAY'S DIARYV THcs— High wattf, 8 iun.; low 'water; 8 ;- .. . pjn. '.' ' : ?..'.?; ; . '? . ? '?' '?';? ? , .'?. :?'., ':' ,.: .'amusements.'..^ ,: ? - 2.30 ? and ' 8.— Majestic. Theatre— Jim r: Ger aia's .uompany. ? .. ? .-. ? ''8.10-rGBideii .??? Theatre— Musical- /Comedy \ -V. Company; - -;. . , ' 8.15-Palaia HoyaP-'.'Cabaret.'.; ' ? ?—;'? '.?'..?.''. .pictures. ; ? ; .-? ??'?... ,( ??'? All Day.^Regent'— New Year; Wcd '???, ding.' :' '. ' . ...? '?' ',.' - '. , .'?.: All;;' .DAy.; r^.Wondergrapli ,e.. hunting; '?'?? .tower.' -?.??'/'?.,''?-'' v;i:'.- All Day^— Pay.— 'The Hounted^Range.' All Day.— York— 'Heart to Heart.'? ? . 230 . and 8.— West's— 'Bun. Kwon? Wah'.'f ? -' ? ,: '/ inscELLAN?pps. ^ -?? ?'?'? v . AU Day.— Zoo :and; Snake;' Park. : , -_'?',