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WALLAROO REGATTA New Year's Day Success. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
mtAROO RimttA New Year's - Day Socccss. vThe Wallaroo regatta, on New -year's Day was a' great success.' . Four, races were rowed, and'Wallaroo proved too good for the Port Phie * representatives 1 nnismnfc nrst and secona in eacn ot one three races in which 'the Pine crews com peted. In the fourth race— mixed fours (two ladies and two men)— only Wallaroo crews ' competed. The' first two races— maiden fours and amateur four»— were rowed in beautifully calm water, but a rougher sea was run ning for the main event— the open fours —rowed over a two-mrle course: Each- club sent out its strongest crews for this event, to which is attached a silver cup (pre sented by Wa,Uaroo-Mount Iiycll Ferti lizers, Limited), to be won three times (not necessarily in succession) . before be coming, the property of a club), and 3 trophy valued at £9. Once again Wal laroo No. I crew proved far superior to their opponents, and had an easy victory —their third in succession — and the cup now becomes the pr...
IN and OUT of the CITY TO-DAY'S WEATHER FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
TO-DAY'S WEATHER FORECAST. Cloudy and becoming cooltr generally, vlth frtthsnlng' wot to south-west 'Winds. - T«nd«ney- Tor- tome seattired ihovr*rt' *ndr thunder. -? - . ? ? - ;»???-?? -. By Autolvcur. The evidence of the Rev. E. E. Kramer before, ^hec, federal , ?Board: 'at Alice Spring! that/ young ' missionaries, 'not understanding, tbe-aboririnal temnerament. treatea tne-oiaucs as, equals and pro voked -trouble by allowing too much familiarity would be read with great relish by Jim O'Neil, the well-known prospector, ' and other mea with a good knowledge of tua outback country.' The late R. T. Maurice, the explorer, once said, to^me:— 'After all my experience, I say treat tlie blacks fairly/ but. firmly, Never take liberties with them'. Always keep your word with them., ' If you pro pise a blackfellow a stick of tobacco give it to him. Similarly, if 'you promise him i hiding, see that he gets it.' . ' v My old friend had little cause to carry out the last part of his advice. bec...
AMUSEMENTS. PALAIS ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
AMUSEMENTS. ? PALAIS ROYAL. On*, of the' big features in the Palais Royal Oabaiet is the comfortable watiofe afrangementa. The wicker chain grouped ? rnnml anAQMtrTiifo tAnnpH tjlhltfa trliprp iced drinks and refreshments are served, is jemetbing which is absolutely new to Adelaide, theatres. Throughput the week large parties bare been filling the hall, and thoroughly .enjoying the Dright and .breezy show, and that something differ cntf' which there is about the cabaret The company is musically strong, both- in the singing and in the orchestra. The stage dancing is some of the finest seer is Adelaide for many years, and the idc; of public dancing between the acts, ha: a big appeal. It is the intention of th- managing director (Mr. J. L. Herbert) t( continually change the ? personnel of tht company, and Moon and Morris, the well known comedians and clever eccentrii dancers, and Miss Nell Fleming, will b- seen shortly at the cabaret. NORMA TALMADGE'S TRIUMPH The young stars may come a...
EX-KAISER VAIN. Objected to Swedish Uniform. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
EX-KAISER VAIN. Objected to Swedish Uniform. -..? A typical example of the vanity of the CX-Kaiser is given in a letter published in The Berliner Tageblatt, Berlin, in No vember. It was written in May, 1903, IP rnnce vua .duiow, anu bujh;— - 'When 'you are with the King fof Sweden) this evening before dinner ht will, as he has to]d me in confidence, present you with the Order of Saint Sera phim in gratitude for your work in the North Sea question. Ferhaps you will be -so good as to suggest to him that he might' perhaps make me a Swedish gene ral. I' .have been a Swedish admiral since 1888. The admiral's uniform is, however, so frightful that I look like a Landrat (a country. official). That is why I could not put it on for the reception at the railway station, as would, have been de rigueur. Do not, of course, .give this reason, but the relations of our .armies involves my receiving Swedish offi cers next month. I really cannot receive ..them in evening dress and yet want to be Swed...
TENNIS CHAMPIONS. ENGLAND V. AUSTRALIA. Crawford Beat Austin. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
TENNIS CAMPIONS. ENGLAND V- AUSTRALIA, Crawford Beat Austin. ?'? ' ????' ? ? ?: ? ?? ?' ; . ?-- ? ??:???:.? .SYDNEY-.- Thursday... Thrilling . conte8ts»were-seen..to- day when- thevteit: match.-; between Great Britain' -and Australia ' onened At Rushcutter'a Bay. and honours were easy at tne close ot ? - the-day's play,- each aide' having won a strenuously ???' contested- rubber in the fifth set. - In the opening match, E. Higgs (Eng land) beat F, KahnB (Australia), at. 7t-5 in the fifth set, after he had. saved jnatch point .three ? games earlier with, a . return to his opponent's . feet. In the second rubber, J. Crawford beat. H. W. Austin (England) in a. hard struggle, in .which the British .; representative, though affected by cramp, and clearly feeling the strain, played with determination and skill to the end. The visitors were not seen. .at,their. batt Though/Austin's con dition^ -tailed !iii_.hii', match.: with draw ford;, the. speed, ; brilliancy,-, and;, variety of the. Au...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
SHIPPING; i' n ORIENT LINE. BOTAL UAJJ. STEAUERS TO U)ND0N. Calling it COLOMBO. SUEZ, PORT SAID.1 NAPLES. TOULON. GIBRALTAR, 'and SOUTHAMPTON. ? Steamer. Tona. Commander. Saila. ?ORAMA 20,000 a 0 Hatheton Jan.. 10 ?OSTERLE1 12,129 II J. Eanon Jan. 21 ?ORSOVA 12,041 0. 0. Thome Fen. 1 OBVIETO 12.133 F. R O'Sullevan Feb. 21 OTRASTO 20.000 H. C. Stionton Mat. 7. PBMOXDE 14,853 L. V. Jamca Mar. 21 * Calling at Plymouth instead of Southampton. FAKES. — Adelaide to London — Saloon, tingle from ESS; return, from £108. Third Clan, tingle, £88. £40. £44; retnrn, £68. £72. £70. HOLIDAY EXCURSION TO COLOMBO.— £61 Tetum. Available for 86 days, and interchange ?bis with F. b 0. S.N. Co. H. 0. ANDERSON & CO., Agentt. . '? . 8 King William rtreet - Telephone '3475 and 3476. 46 P. & O. ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. To LONDON via COLOMBO, TCYPT,. MARSEILLES, and PLYMOUTH. . \ ' Alternat* CalU tt ADEN, PORT SUDAN, and GIBRALTAR. First and Second Saloon Passengers. ; - Reamers, Tona, Commander ...
PAN-PACIFIC SECRETARIAT No Australian Delegates. Straggle for State Selection [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
PAN-PACIFIC SECRETARIAT ' ?;...-: ',' Jv ,; -:?.!?? ?;. -? V ????. No Australian Delegates. Straggle for State Selection. It is unlikely that- Australia , will be' rrepresent«P'at the Congas bf 'ther Pan-Pacific : Secretariat -i to ?; beheld in Vladivbstbclc -this 'month. ' ? Originally the' 'A:C.T.U. intended to . send two: . delegates, , and it was said that' Mr.' . J. F. Walsh .(organiier . of , the. ' :'S6uth Australian branch, o! the Liquor Trades Federation-) L;tad been selected 09 one of them. Ap parently the arrangements have not been gone on -vrith; for-lfr.^Vakh should have fceea on the -way. now, but lie is .still, ia Adelaide,, and has received flo ^definite instructions. It is understood that neither ol the. A.C.T.U. nominees ia lilcciy. to mete the voyage, for the State ;Trades and Labour Councils are claim ing the right to make the 'appointments, End. are insisting that each, should send ono delegate The principle of State 4utonomy;'T:hich was vindicated in con .nectf...
LATE SHIPPING. OUTPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
LATE SHIPPING. - OUTPORTB. PORT .P1BIE— Arrived: Janoary »— Iron Uonarch, from Newcartle. AUSTBAtlAJJ. KELBOUBXE.— Arrived: Jin. S—ft-nt!«TH Jttrn, irom lotonama; LoonMna, from Bornie Soon, from Sydney. ' Sailed: /an. 1-i-Tanda for Bong Kong;- Runla, for Sydney) Loonnna for Burnie: Oolden Eagle, for Honolulu; i-Un orbii, for Ballk Papan; Scotland Maru, for Ade laide; Lammeroo, for Sydney; Sphene, for_Port larji: Hillmeads. for Smlthton. ? SYDSKV.— Arrived: January 8— Jiinee. fron Port:Kembla; fiheaf Mead, from Montreal. SaUed January S— Port Caroline, for Port Adelaide lfosel,. ftn- Brisbane; Walhemo, for Vancouver Saint Vincent do PioL for Port Kembla. FREMASTtE-r-Sailed: Jan. 3— City of Cbji» ««na, for Singapore: BerTima, for East Arrived: Woolgar,.from East; Jlokki Maro, from Japan; Leitrlm, from Liverpool. WIRELESS. ' The followinc ttcamera should be withii range of the undermentioned wirelea itations to day:— .Adelaide. — AUer, Ballara, Conjorio, Caluln, Cathay, City of Otalu. ...
BOY'S DEATH. Over Queenscliff Cliffs. MELBOURNE, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
BOrS DEATH. Over Qaeenscliff Cliffs. . - 'HB'r.ilrtnPVl!1. TKi,n-f-v . Fatal injuries were received at Queens cliff yesterday, by Eric Bruford Carr, aged seven .years, the eon of Mr. and Mr*, yic tor H. Carr of Newtown, who were spend ing a holiday. at Queenscliff. The- child fell from the cliffs. His mother saw a crowd at the foot of the cliffs and 'went to see the reason for it; She found that her son had been badly injured in his tpbe. He was taken to a private hospital, and died this after noon. - ? ? *
AFGHAN REVOLT. BRIDE'S VIVID STORY Drama in Besieged City CALCUTTA, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
AFGHAN REVOLT. BRIDE'S VIVID STORY. Drama in Besieged City. , , ? CALCUTTA, January 2. _ A graphic story of the Afghan revolt is narrated by Mrs. Isaacson, an American woman who was on a honeymoon and staying- at'the French Legation at Kabul'when the. rebels sur rounded the city. - ? ?- She states that 30,000 rebels first at tacked Dakta and then JeUlabad, where Afghan troops joined them, at the instiga Lion of the mullahs. After several days' fighting, the rebels . retired to the moun tains. ' ' ? VICTORY TURNED INTO DEFEAT. Tho Afghan forces held a banquet to ! :elebrate their supposed victory, but dur; ' ing the night the rebels returned, sur rounded the palace, captured the whole force, . with guns and ammunition, and . burned the palace. When the rebels advanced on Kabul, . King Amanullah, who had lost his adher- , snts, called on one old and trusted Tegi Kent to rally to him. When Banna : 5ahoo, a bandit leader, offered to com land the troops the Kin* accepted; but ;he bandit,...
RAILWAY EARNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
RAILWAY EARNINGS. xne approximate railway, earnings .for h« week ended December 21, 0928, imounted to £85,958, as compared with £88,409 for the corresponding week of the -rtvious year. CHEAPER LOAN MONEY. The statement by Senator HcLachlan in a special interview in The Register on Thursday, that. Australia was approaching % critical period in her national history, and that the one bright spot appeared to be the proapect of obtaining cheaper loan money, wai iliown to the Premier (Hon. R. L. Butler) yesterday. .JJr. Butler aaid he would not comment further than to say that the. effect of the financial acr«emenl between the State* and th« Commom wealth must eventually mean that loan moneys would be obtained at cheaper rates. ? ? ? ? j RAILWAY REFRESHMENT R00M8.: 'The 'augjettio'o .of' a!. correspondent in' rhe BegUter that at the present period, at deprearion iq the State's finances if ^ liquor licence were granted to the Ade laide Railway Station refreshment rooms it would add at leas...
INNISFAIL FLARE-UP MR. BRUCE'S REGRET ITALIAN CEREMONY NOW UNLIKELY Coat of Arms Incident CANBERRA, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
iliii' UNLIKELY ; . . CANBERRA, Thursday. ;? In connection with the mnistaii inci dent, 'the,. Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce) made available to-day, a- copy, of the tele sram which -was sent to the Italian Con mi-General by him on December 38. It ?ead:-';;;-: .1-: ;:.''---'':'^ --v,: ? . /.I tav»' sM'n'wftn, -ieep regret ropcrta n the preis'-to ihe effect that' the Italian :qat of arms ontside your consular agency it Innisfail. had been removed. I irame Uately communicated ? with the Queen* and Government who, without question, rill already have taken action to ensure bat , the' offenders aret brought- to account or 'their grossly improper conduct. I am lonvfnced that those responsible for this n&st regrettable incident were irrespou iible persons, and that their action was lontributed to by the atmosphere of Christmas festivity which existed at the ime the incident took place. . Notwith tanding this fact, I desire to express toyou md to the Italian people, the profound egret of...
Burlesquing Wedding Ceremonies. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
Burlesquing Wedding Ceremonies. , Sir— Without questioning Mr. F. .Ward'* acumen,, I ??cannotr',accept,.'his; pretnlscf, and 'come to quite different conclusions, A greater than 'Annandale'' in the dio» tionary world, 'Oxford Concise,'. ' definai 'burlesque' as, 'to imitate for the pur» i-ose''of amusing.'? '' The theatrical .per* formance under the aegis of Mr. War4 is a burlesque. .'To travesty, according to the I same -authority, i», 'to .make a sub» ject .ridiculous (intentionally ior not), by treatment of it.' The performance ii} question docs this; ? ?-.??? At thc.Vuk of again raiting the ire of Mr: ?iWard-,:- 1 agree with 'Anon,' and consider, the burlesque 'made worse by the cacophonous rendering of AVagner and Mendelssohn, -blared 'out in tremulously tempestuous* fashion at an utterly wrong tempo.— I:' am, ;fiir,'. &c., '? . 'OYEZ.' - Sir-^'Oy«,' lite so many 'other Austra* liani, is so far . behind the .time*, thst it teems ho will never catch up to th« reit of the...
Railway Refreshment Rooms. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
Railwav Refreshment Rooms. . Sir— I* 'Cheon ' serious in Jus advocacy of a liquor bar for the' Adelaide Railway Station? - Are there not sufficient drink inff f«p!liti*«.m. th* rltvf . JiAtftmiAm ttni\A do witb more- nrst-cltss botel accommo dation , but a bar at tbc Itstion is not needed, ' If 'Cheon'*'. argument— that the State cannot afford to ignore this poten tial source of revenue— is sound, the Gov ernment ought to erect bar* in other part* of- the town - and recoup its 'deficit- by exploitipg the drinking habit* of tho peopled— I am, Sir, 4c, ?:'','.-'?? '' , :.'-: ' .,--f 'XEON.'
FIERCE BUSH FIRES. SHEEP AND CROPS LOST. MILES OF COUNTRY BURNT. MOUNT PLEASANT AND KANGARILLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
??;-'??. ';???'?'??'? .?.'-???? ?. ?-:- .'.?:','♦ ! ' .-'.'*'' .- ''?.-? ,-?.' H,' MOUNT ^ ; , Gteat. damage was, jribuglit by a 'fire- which'1' crossed , the ' Mount Pleasant district; yesterday afternoon. ' ; ' ':, ?'%;'''. \ One- man almost lost his life in the flames. ? ;??''.' ?'.[[ ?.;.-'. ? Another fire in the Kangarilla district, which had -been burnjng since New Year's Day, was conquered. ? Fanned by a heavy wind the. fire at Honnt . pleasant, .which atarted. in ? the property of Mr. R.,S. Davey, half a mile from' Mo 't PJeaiant, .about .11 am,, iraVejIed at a, terrific rate toward. Cook's Hill and .the. Murray .Flat*. It burned through the Rosebank . paddocks', owned by Messrs. R. T. and A; Melroae, crossed the property of Mr. D. Stows Smith, and filmed out at the road from Palmer to Cook's .Hill. It extended southeasterly ?8 far M.Murray Bridge, jit the foot of Palmer Hill, and as far, ai Tuogkillo on the Sontn. Town Not Menaced. ' Reports were circulated in the city to t...
COUNTRY NEWS ALDGATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
COUNTRY NEWS. ALOQATE. January 2:— Thc'annnal -meeting'.' 61 the Alii fate V\-llance Committee -was held -on Wednes day evening. The treasurer presented a satii fautory balance sheet showing a credit ot tod- ia/o \ua KKaiuib'ioA viv :OK JcaT} oiicx E80 had been spent on labour and sundries!, ilr. J. M. Lambert was elected president. McsW J. M. Wlssell and H. Kfeg rtce-presidenW. Mr. Sing ' Emery secretary, Mr. James ' Carroll traisirrcr, and Messn. H. III;:gln« ai;uV'Ji;:V. S'lKhur auditors. The officers were thanked;' and; ?n .honorarium of £2 1/ was ?' voted M- the secretary.— Mr, ..K. Emciy wia appolntei caK-; (cker. .Steps-are to be rakeii lo p:rt,-flc&o In! Ltvo 'rooms near 'k(tchcrL lA'snbsommittce *as' ivpo'nted to submit suggestions ' for' a dressing room forciimpctitnrs' on cporis'ilavs. -'? '..'?; ? KIHflSCOTE. '.'. ' 'January 1.— ^A meeting was held 'Mtcntly at the' Church pf ~ England . rectory fp' revive the scout movement at Blagtcotr. Thar? lus bten do activit...