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FOREIGN ARRIVALS, Some Work—Some Do Not Few Chinese, but All Busy. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

FOREIGN ARRIVALS. Some Work-Some Da Nit Apparently In numbers ajdw.ls Adelaide Iks cosmopolitan than tkt older cities. Chlnua (m about **.. nnlu fnnfsnen Who' htve- Rot keen eomlnf tn'dirlni recent years,;. ' - but all of thos* Who are -Jura are'. : well settled, and they aw not num-; bend airtonB the unemployed: '_?? ; ; Statistics are1 dry things aUhe .best. of times; and even less- appealing ; in weather like the.prcsent; but it may surprise some members 6i the community to learn that South Australia's unnaturalized population, in 1921 (when the last census wastaken), comprised 16 AustrianBi 10 Belgians; 19 Bulgarians, 216 Chinese, 8 Ctecno-Sloyak. ians, 80 Danes, 58 Dutchmen^ 88'Enns, 221 Frenchmen, 474 Germans, 112 Greeks, ?- Hungarians, 197 : Italians; 13'Jugc^Sl«vs, 139 Norwegians, 24 Poles, 74 Russians, 5 Spaniards, 131 Swedes, 38 Swiss, 18 Turks, 155 Americans,- and 208 other nationaU ties, making a;t6tal foreign populatiqtt'ot 2,295, a3 . again 402,644; of British ;«*??£ T...

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

MAIL NOTICES, ' Oversea* and special malls will dote at tbe ieneral Post' Office. AdeUide. a* shown here inder:-r- . , UNITED KINGDOM, CONTINENT, EOYPT, NDIA, SINGAPORE (Comorin). due London rehruary 2.— Supplementary, via Fremantle — -tter» ind Commercial Packet*.— Thi* day— S un. (late lee, Adelaide Railway StaUon, 9 45 i.m.). UNITED KINGDOM (Hobson* Bay), due London Februsry 11.— Parcel*.— Satnrdsyi January 6 — 12 noon. Newspapers (ill tea) — Saturday, January 6 — 12 noon. Later -Mails to linlted Kingdom — Latest dosing dates: — Via Suet (Oram*).— Friday, January 11 (due London February 9). 'Via Suez (Narkunda). — Friday, January 18 (due London February 16). Via Sue* (Osterley).— Friday, January 25 (due London February 23). Via Sun (Cathay).— Friday, February 1 (due Lon don .March 2). Via Sue* (Orsov*). — Friday, February 8 (due London March 9). Via Sues (Mooltan).— Friday, February 15 (duo London Kirch' 16). ? ? ? ' ? AMERICA (NORTH AND SOUTH), CANADA, HONOLULU (Aonngl).— Tuesd*...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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SENSATIONAL SMASH. Motorman Killed Two Other Persons Injured [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

SENSATIONAL SMASH. Fwo Other Persons Injured Three persons- were injured, one fatally, in & sensational smash in which a motor car and its passen gers, a horse and cart, and a pe destrian were- implicated, at Nor wood, vesterdsv nftprnnnn Mrs. Gwendoline Everett, of Dunstone ivenue, Kensington . Park, was driving a notor' car along Magill road; towards the aty.-when, at the corner of Osmond t^r^ ?ace, where, ai tie tune, there was! a [obd deal .of traflic, the ear ran into Mr. t-awrence Irven Carrol ? (30), of.'Nelspn itreet, Stepney, tramway motorraan, who vas walking across; the roadway. - . ? Mr. Carrol was jammed against »,tram »ay. pple atthe side of the.rpad, and the' rout mudguard 'of the car penetrated the iesh of. bis ; leg. The impact with \the )olc was so severe that it'.-WM loosened' rom its concrete base, and- leant across the footpath. : ? ';?? Some' difficulty was experienced In e'xtri sating .Mr.- Carrol. A large piece of flesh 's torn : from; the «ide of one...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HARVEST RETURNS. Variable Reports from Country [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

HARVEST RETURNS; Variable Reports from Country. Although deliveries of wheat in certain divisions of the State are : almost completed, harvesting is- . proceeding in ' many places, and tne quantity to oe lorwaraea pre * dudes the possibility - of definite estimates of the total yield yet ? being made. ? : . ???'.-?''. The season bas also 'been notable for many peculiar features, which have made It difficult to gauge final figures. Samples forwaMed from' different .centres indi cate a wide range of quality, . Chief con cern ia : felt regarding ? the - areas- on Yorkc's Peninsula 'up as far as. Port Vic-, tons, owing to the prevalence- of rust, and 'Certain, parts of the west- coast. On the other hand,, many good to. excellent ?amples have been received , in the .Pirie and northern divisions,, and jt.. is. antici pated th'at .the. later' crops oil Hfe Bouthetn division's .will be well- up to tho average. ? '.'??? 'Finishing Too Quickly.' : ?Local men in the trade, whose- long experien...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
COUNTRY ROBBERY. Two Men Sent to Jail. CLARE, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

COUNTRY ROBBERY. Two Men Sent to Jail. CLARE. Thursday. Charlie McDonald and Patrick McQuade,     the two young men who were arrested at Giles's corner last night, appeared before Mr. John Bails to-day, charged with un lawful possession. They pleaded guilty, and were both sentenced to 15 months' imprisonment in the Gladstone Jail. The evidence showed that the home of Mr. E. R. Basham, school teacher, of Sevenhills, was broken into and goods worth £50 stolen, some time after the owner had left for Victor Harbour on De- cember 22. M.C.'s Spriggs and Baker, of Riverton, arrested the two accused near a farmhouse at Giles's corner, and found the missing articles in their possession.

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND   DEATHS.   SPECIAL NOTICE.             ?'.' Inridunecnienta. ot Births, MaTrUges, .Deaths, Id Memoriam 'Kotfces, and- ^crearement Cards, not ejceedlnc' five lints, are inserted In The Register and The Observer for the single charge of Half a Crown, for each insertion; extra lines   6d. each. Minimum charge, 2/6. The name nad :«ddress of the sender most in all cases be given. . Death Advertisements, in which a Funeral Announcement is made, are charged for' as If the Death ?and Funeral were separate announce . meats. Tit., a minimum charge' of 2/0 in 'each case.                 ? In Memorlam and Death Announcement* con ulnine reference to more' than one deceased or* sharped 12/8 each ior each deceased mentioned, «« if they were 'distinct and. s...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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AT PORT LINCOLN. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

AT POHTtlNCOLK. A mceessful ball waa held In the Port Lincoln Hcmorial Ball on Friday, December !8 (ran aight), under the auspices of the bowling dub, for the purpose of raising; funds for tho in dance was organized by o committee consisting of Messrs. L O. Jacobs, A. S. Hopping;, and L. h. Stidson. The attendance waa large, and in cluded many members of tho club. Music wii rendered by the Port Lincoln Popular Orchestra. An innovation wai introduced, by which, in lieu of ordinary supper arrangements, ices and cool drinks were served by Mr. B. J. Cole. This is the first of a series of dances, and the result was financially satisfactory. AT TUMBV. BAT. The Tumby Bay Cricket Club held a b«H In the institute on Kew Year's Eve. The hall waa decorated with pale blue * silver,.' and whit« streamers. A dainty supper was served by the ladles. The funds of the club will benefit by about £18. Music wai rendered by Mrs. Fainter (Adelaide), Mr. H. Beasley, and Mrs. K. Boyes. Mr. P. J. Hobby was ...

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

PERSONAL Sir Eric Geddes, who has left England for a visit to the Commonwealth, intends to spend only eight days in Australia. Passengers who embarked at Adelaide in the Ballarat. which sailed yesterday include:— Mr. and Mrs. George Heyson, Mr. and-Mrs.D. P. McGuire. Mr. and Mrs. Wakefield. Mr.and Mrs. L. W. Wil kins, Misses M. W. Poingdertre, E. M.   Hanchant, E. A. Burgess, A. F. Burgess, L. Heyson, Messrs. W. A. Dick, H. Frob ich, J. H. Morrell, W. Barber, W. W. Whitman, and G.T. Heyson, Rev. R. B. Adams, and Master N. Wakefield. 'The following are travelling by the RMS. Cathay, which is dnc to arrive at the Outer Harbour on Sunday:— Mr. and Mrs. Wunderlich. Dr. and Mrs. Close, Mr. find: Mrs.: and. .Miss AV^Ualhai. Mr. and Mrs. 'Sutherland. Sir. and Mrs. Jolly. ' N.C.: . . _ ., :.. ; ,.,?'_ .???????? : ' The Industrial Registrar (Mr. C. G. D. Bowen) is taking hii annual leave, and Mr. E. H. Coneybeer, senior clerk, is acting M registrar. '?? ? .: '???'? . .-'; : . ::...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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WEDDINGS. SWINDEN-LAWSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

WEDDINGS.     SWINDEN-LAWSON. The marriage. of C. P. E. (Tean), daughter of the late Paul Lawson, and   Mrs. J. E. Lawson, of Barker street,   Prospect, and Charles, son of the late Edwin Swinden and Mrs. E. Swinden of Lower North Adelaide, was celebrated at St. Cuthbert's Church, Prospect. The   ceremony was performed by the Rev.     H. Woolnough, of Strathalbyn (brother-in- law of the bridegroom), assisted by the Rev. H. C. Thrush, rector of St. Cuth- bert's. Mr. A. J. Bampton presided at the organ, and the choir was formed of members of the St. Cuthbert's Girl's Friendly Society (of which the bride is secretary). Members of the G.F.S. also formed a guard of honour at the entrance to the church.           The bride, who was given away by her brother, wore a charming frock of cream silk georgette, the skirt and sleeves being bea...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

PERSONAL .Mjr.-Gen. J. H. Bruche, C.B., C.M.G., Adjutant-General of the Military -.Forces, has been appointed Australian representa tive on the Imperial General Staff at the War. Office, and military representative al the; High Commissioner's office. -London for two' years.-. Gen, Bruche will, take U{ his appointment early in. April. .-.-:? Mr. and Mrs. :R.'. W. Bennett, of 'Bean I men t,' will return to Adelaide, on' San day. ' Mrs. -Bennett, -who has been tour ing the East, joined her husband in 'Mel bourne, where; the, \t-ell-known lawyer re cently' underwent a serious operation. Mr Bennett writes in a cheerful tone to bit friends. ? ?' On CttistmasDajyMr. and ; Mrs., R. H. Goerecke, of Cheltenham, celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of their wedding. Mr Goerecke was born- at Tanunda, and on Christmas Day,- 1878,- married Eleanora second 'daughter of the Mr. and Mrs T. Engelbrecht, of Gawler. There art three sons— Alphonse, Ernest, and Howari —and three 'daughters— Mesdameg Rix E...

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Shades of Difference [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

Shades of Difference Bv C. .T- Tlpnnis. Mr. J. 8. Garden, who was expelled from the Labour Party in Sydney four years 'ago because he -stood as a Com* mania! candidate: has now been 'declared white' again. jXLASl Alack! They made him black. As Labour ?unions, do, Because they said That he was red; So he became quite blue. For many a day The' outlook grey # ? Gave him grave cause to. think. Since his own town ~ Had done' him brown He wasn't in the pinfc. _ ? But yellow he Could never be; For_ he 'was not so green As to display White leathers. Nay; Worse troubles he had seen. Beyond the pale He did not quail; Resolved to carry on . Tho' dyed anew With every hue - Like some chameleon, , ; But now he's back No longer^ black, ,. He wins his ancient right, For now they think He's merely pink; ? . So they've declared him while.

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

THE FIHST SUBDIVISION' OF THE NEW YEAH to be conducted by Wilkinson, Sando, ind Wyles, Limited, will take' place on Saturday, 26th tost., by direction of Mr. k. C. Branson and others, comprising 10 attractive allotments at Glenelg. facing Scarborough stree*. and other roads. De tails of the low upset prices and easy terms will be found in to-day's auction columns. - ? . .. , Ids ?

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TO-DAY'S TEAMS ALL WRITES V. HAWTHORN. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

TO-DAY'S TEAMS , ALL WHITES V. HAWTHOBJJ. . 4U W*1'***— AjUff*. Bunsdd, Benwtta, Bar fowl Cnllintn, Htll Oirton, tUty, EoblMon, Wlncheitcr, Wathfrill, Coffen. . Eut Torren* Colt*- A. J. Btker (captain), H. T. Utah, a Arthur, O. Barker, Bowdro, O. SUmncld, C. Percy, B. Held, D. ; Smith, F. Thompson, O. WUliinu, J. Reid (twelfth). . - Eut Torteiu — O.- Bnybrook, C. Catt,' 1. Scolllnj, J. Chandler, B. Clark, L. Gleesoa. a Hastinll, B. McArthur, H. BostnbnTj, L. Wil ton, B. WUnn. - . ? t

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HIS ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

HIS ADVICE. Morgan Melton, the financial genius arrived in a small market town for a well deserved rest. ' ...'?', Immediately the local paper sent up s young roan to interview mm.- . 'What- are you going to do while you're lere!' asked the reporter. 'Rest,' said Morgan Melton. ''?What-' exactly do you mean by Test?' 'Rest,' said Morgan Melton. 'If yon see. any other financiers in this country, what will you discuss?' 'Rest.' ' 'One question more. What 'as your advice for young ment in my- position?? 'Rest, yonne man— rest! By all means begin at once!' ' .,.'.' '

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CONFLICT EXPECTED Diamond Field Riot Diggers' Bold Plans CAPETOWN, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

CONFUCT EXPECTED Diamond Field Riat Diggers' Bold Plans CAPETOWN. January 4. The situation in Namaqualand is- be- coming strained: The few thousand dis affected residents who claim a- right to participate in the wealth of the diamond hems have been augmented by nundredi from the Vaal River fields, including some desperadoes. - * Their programme. for Monday -aims' af boarding lorries after a demonstration, at Port, Nolloth, and travelling' 60' miles' to the State diggings at Alexander Bay. '' It is regarded as impossible for th.i police to defend the 20 miles' frontage oi the field, even if they are guarded with barbed wire,' and -a conflict seems inevit ible.

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ORIGIN OF BITUMEN ROOFING Twenty-year Guarantee Now Given. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

ORIGIN OF BITUMEN ROOFING Twenty-year Guarantee Now Given. . . ,. , When the old monks and priests who iccompanied the Spanish 'conquestadores' to Mexico started to build their 'mission' iwellinns thev had no means of roofing them other than with the rude raw ma terials to hand. Fortunately in the greater part of the country rain was rare, so flat roofs were found reasonably satisfactory, and' were easy to construct, using roughly squared loga as beams, twigs or 'wattles!' at lathes, and the tenacious mud, of which were also formed the 'abode,' bricks. Twing plastered feet thick over the lot. Though not particularly waterproof, this roof had the advantage of being ex ceptionally cool. The early examples were whitewashed to give them a certain amount of resistance to rain. But tho rain did come through, and during the wet season these clay-roofed dwellings could not have been very comfortable. So, as times grew better, the successors of the original miuioners cast around for gome 'mo...

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THE SUNDAY SCHOOL An Efficient Institution [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

THE SUNDAY/SCHOOL An Efficient 'Institution Efficiency in the Sunday school, or power, to produce effects, is as desirable there as anywhere else. Admittedly it is not ea^y to state definitely the results which should follow Sunday school effort, it u generally agreed, however,' that they arc to be Eought primarily in the realm., if character, arid that the divine and re demptive clement cannot be omitted. Sec ing that in every Sunday school there we the two inter-acting factors of teacherj and taught, the Younfc Peoples' Depart ment of the Congregotidnal ,'Uniqn ex presses the opinion in a circular - which it is publishing that the true purpose of the Sunday school is being . realized - as teachers aro becoming more and more in telligently n-nd purposefully 'workers together with God,' so that within scholars 'Christ is being progressively formed.' ' .. V. In other words, continues. the circular; the work of the Sunday school is' to pro duce Christians, and that school is mnA truly...

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PERHAPS HE WAS RIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

PERHAPS HE WAS RIGHT. A school master, attempting, to teach a class of boys. the composition of sentences, said to them:— 'If I ask you, 'What have T m rnr hand?* vou must not answer. Chalk, but compose a complete sentence, such as 'You haye a piece of chalk in your hand.' Now we will continue. What have I on my feet?' 'Boots,' was the immediate answer. 'Wrong! You haven't listened to my directions.' 'Shoes!' came the. next suggestion. 'You're quite wrong,' said the teacher; 'guess again!' 'Stockings!' 'No, nof Try again!' '8ocks!' 'Wrong again; wone than everl'i pro tested the teacher. 'Well?' as' another, pupil raised Us hand. 'Please, sir!' Then^he paused. Per haps he thought his answer might teem funny, but, convinced1 that it was right, he blurted, recklessly: 'Corns!'

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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MISSIONARY-EFFORT World In Its Debt [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

MISSIONARY 'EFFORT World In Its Debt 1 It ii 'Just 'to' claim that' the1' inissionary enterprise is the most powerful, and tha most fruitful agency by which God is ineratinz unon the world. No other igency that is affecting the lite ot man 8 striking ( that life with so deep an mpact (says The Congregationalist). It s the missionary who has largely helped .o open the world to us. That is true )f Africa, Korea, Manchuria, China, Surma, Siam, South Sea Islands, and other places. To the missionary we owe our mowledge of the world's language, geo graphy, and literature. In some lands here is no literature except that which le has created. The missionary's con ;ribution to history, to ethnology, to philo lophy, to geography, and religious atera-. ;ure form a lasting monument to his fame. S'ot only has the missionary given us a rnowledge of the worldi but wherever he las gone he has carried peace, order, and :ivilization with him. Sir W. ilack vorth Young, the Lieutenant-Governor of he Pu...

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"ASHES NEARLY SAFE" English Press in Raptures LONDON, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

'ASHES NEARLY SAFE' English Press in Raptures LONDON. .Tantiarr 4. 'The ashes are nearly safe,' 'We Look Like Winning,' shout the headlines and posters of the newspapers on Fleet street, where newspaper boys are bavins a lively time. The century partnership of Hobbs and. Sutcliffe is described as one of the great. stands of all time, in view of the worn and crumbling pitch, which is de scribed as of the type a famous English slow bowler once said he would like to carry in his cricket bag. The Evening Standard say»: — 'There' was -every rea son to expect a 'procession.' Hobbs lived a perilous life, but he kept in until the worst was over. SutclinVs 83 confounded the critics, who have seen him as a fall ing star.'- . . Macartney expresses the opinion- that conditons tomorrow promise to be ideal for rungettingl '?'..'..''

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