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AUSTRALIA'S APOLOGY RECEIVED IN ROME. ROME. January 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929
AUSTRAtlA'S^ArotbGY RECEIVED ? ' INROME. :?':/', ROME.- January- 3. The Italian $ Consul 'in Sydney ' has ..re ported to the home. Government the _re :eipt of a' message - from' the Australian Prime Minister (Mr.-Bruce), stating that the InnisfaiT incident 'was due to' irre^ gpbnslbles becoming excited' by Christoas gaiety, .and expressing profound regret for a grave incivility '.towards. 'a friendly nation, for which the Australian' people had the highest feeling of respect and cor diality. ? -. ? ' ;' . ' tVpicAl new g uinea natives: tVpicAl new g uinea natives:
Northern Water Famine [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929
Northern Water Famine »«-.».ve Deen iratcningr the. articles % f°^eSpOndenCe ta 'H** 'JKlfcw on the shortage of water in the upper north End parts of the west coast, and also at rme. bettiera and residenU are at their wits' end to hang on to, their blockj, main tain their families, and keep, their live l stock alive. .' . . _ My efforts of a few years ago to get increased supplies for those districts, and to have an attempt made to enable the now empty reservoirs to hold water, were turned down. Now that we have drought yearn again the shortage of water is worse ' than ever. ' Take two important rescr voirs—Baroota and Yeldulknie. Could ♦hey be made to hold water » as ' they should, neither Pirie, Cowell, nor the dis tricts surrounding those towns would be short of wafer. As .long ago as 1918 I tried to get those reservoirs clewed out because they were then dry, and, if pos sible, tbe leaky places located aqd covered » with (say) 3 ft. of good clay, whieh.'well tramped in with eithe...
THE SCORES. AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929
THE SCORES. AUSTRALIA. First innings ? '-.. .. .... 397 Second' Innings. V. Y. Richardson, b. Larwoo'd .. ..5 W. M.: Woodfull, c. Duckworth;' b. Tata ? -. ? 107 H. X. Hendry, st. Duckworth, b. White .. .....' ? 12 A.. F.,Klppax, b. Tate ...-..,.. .. .. -tl J.,Ryder, b. Geary ? 5 D. G. Bradman, c Duckworth, b. Geary ? 112 W. A. Oldfleld, b. White ? ? 7 E. L. a'Beekett, b. White ........ G R. K. Oxenham, b. White, ..- .. ..;'39 C. V. Grlmmett, not out ..' .. .... .4 D. J. Blackie, b. White ? : 0 Sundries ? - 13 Total .. .: ? 351 Bowllnj— Larwood, I for 37; Tate, 2 for 70; White, 5 for 107; Geary, 2 for 94; Hammond, 0 for 30. ,' ENGLAND. First Innings ? 417 ? Second Innings. J. B. Hobbs, l.b.w., b. Blacklo .. ... 49 H. SutcUffe, not out ..' ? 83 D; R. Jardlna,' not out .. '..-;.- .. .; U8 Sundries, .......... .. .... 21 Total for I' wicket ? 171
INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929
INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. , lAmugemeats .. ..' ? ., *- 'Auctions ? 18- -Boifd and Lodging ? * ,. ]8 ButinesteB and Partnerships .... 2 Carriers ? 2,' Commonwealth Government .... -2 ' Companies and Societies ? 16 - Cricket .. ;? ? '2 Dogs-.. ; ? *. . 2 Education ? ;. .; 2 Funeral Notices .' ? '. .'. .. 2 Government -Advertisements .... 2 - Holiday Resorts, Hotels, &c ? 16 Hotels for Sale and to Let ? 18 Legal Notices ? ; .. .; ..; 1 ' Lo»t and Found ? 16 Machinery ? .. . 2 Medical ? ' ' 2 ' Wl^f ? .' ? i .'(''.. 2 Miscellaneous .. .. .. '. ? - 2 Money .. .. „ /, ? i Motor Tours .. : ? -„ ..' .. 2 Motors and Cycles' ? .'? .. 2 i Offices, Warehouses, and Shops to ' Let ? ; 16 Persons 'Wanted' ? '.. .. IB ? Poultry, Birds, 4c ? 2 , Professional Engagements ? 10 Properties for Sale ? j 16 Properties Wanted ? 10 Public Notices ? 2 Shipping ? /. l Sporting ? [ ;] „ 2 \ Situations Wanted ;. ? 18. ?, ..Tenders .., .. ..'- ? 2 To Let ? 16 Wanted to Buy .. ?.. ? 16 Wanted to Sell .-. -...
CENTENARY SHOW AND SECONDARY INDUSTRIES. Private Discussion; Letter to Premier [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929
CENTENARY SHOW AND SECONDARY INDUSTRIES. Private Discussion;. Letter to v-':^f^l:' Premier ??-'? ; ? V la a sub-leader in. The Itegistep on Fri day it T^as pointed . out that, in ithe irrangements for the projected centenary exMbitibn in 1938, at the Keswick Show kiuubus, care, snoum De taken to ensure the; full representation of the manufactur ing industries of the State. Yesterday afternoon a- 'meeting of ;the .committee ? of the South Aus . ttalian Chamber of Manufactures was held hvrthe. office, of Mr. A. E Clarkson (ona of themembers) .to discuss the proposal ;to hqld a centenary exhibition. The secretary. (Mr. H. E. Winterbottom) inti mated at the close of the meeting that , the. committee had decided not to disclose the nature of the discussion, nor any reso lution arrived at. The secretary for warded.a letter to the Premier (Hon. B L. Butler) later in the afternoon.
Train Crashes Into Car. Smash at Glenelg [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929
Train Crashes Into Car. Smash at Glenelg : A sensational collision ocenrrad at -Qtonelg yesterday afternoon, when a train crashed Into a motor car, greatly damaged H, and the - driver escaned unhurt. As the train which left Adelaide for Glenelg at 320 was almost abreast of the crossing at Adelphi terrace, which abuts en the eastern ' end of the platform of Wigley Reserve station, an Overland tour ing car, driven by Mr. F. Provis, ap jproached, going in a southerly direction. The view at this point is unobstructed, and it is surmised that the driver, of the car thought he had ample time to cross the line before the train reached the in tersection. As the car got on to the rails, however, the engine struck it on the rear end, and tore the body, and back seats off, and smashed the left side rear wheel. The hood of the car was lifted off bodily, and became mixed up with the engine. ' The driver of the car jumped dear, and scaped without injury, and, according to those who witnessed the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929
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WOMAN MURDERED. Man with Throat Cut Under Police Guard. LAUNCESTON. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929
WOMAN MURDERED. Man with Throat Cat Under Police Guard. LAUNCESTON. Fridav. With .head! almost severed, the dead body of a woman' was found lying on a blood soaked bed in a room at 194 Brisbane street; Launccston. in the earlv hours of yesterday morning. She was Ethel Bosc McGillivrey, and lying under police guard in the Launcea ton General Hospital is Leslie William Kilaine, who is in a serious condition with a badly gashed throat. The first intimation that anything was cmiss reached the police when Constable Bufgess met Kilaine staggering along Bar tow street, a narrow thoroughfare run ning from Wellington . street to the police station about 2.15 yesterday morning. The constable assisted the wounded man to the station, where he made a state ment, a» nr result of which Detective L. Burke went to flip house, and found the dead woman... .Killans was.' admitted to the hospital. Uvlng fix Man and Wife. The couple had been living 'together as man and. wife Jor, five years.. It is belie...
MUDDLED PHRASING Bill No One Can Understand [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929
MUDDLED PHRASING Bill No One Can Understand Mr. C. J. Cutcliffe-Hync, the author of 'Captain Kettle,' suggests that a, man who makes a 'living out ot writing English ?lmnl/4 ffaf' lli a ion. nf 'trnnitlAttiiff Gov ernment bills into one of the understand able brands of our language. He would be, worth' quite £20,000 a year/' he says. He certainlr wonld. ' The litest *«S- ample of muddled phrasing is the new Local Government Bill— the Derating Bill, as it is called.- -? Local government, experts themselves' declare that . they cannot.get the hang- of it. Yet the measure oj its intrqduction.-was -hailed as a real elec tion winner. Councillor Puzzled The Bill' is' designed to. rcljex-e the rate pressure on depresfed iridnstfies. Thereby, of course, it :' would autbinatioally, relieve unemploymont.'- ; ?? -. ? v . ?? . -.-i.. Harrow. Urban District Council, anxious to learn something ' about the working of the Bill, deputed Cr.. T Charles .to study, it. And this is what Cr. Charlea ?saj...
DOUBLE-JOINTED MAN 20 Police to Arrest Him [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929
DWtopjNtED Man 20 Police to Arrest Him William Henry Hale! aged 30. dealer,' of Salisbury, road,' Wost Kilburn, N.W.;: wa» charged at. Marylebone,' London,- recently, with' obstructing a constable. P.C. Ford vaid Hale -interfered when ie' was speaking to a eogtermonger. He 'eixed Hale, but he broke away, Again ie arrested tbe man, and 'a struggle fol owed, duriog which, an unknorn woman blew his whistle. five other officers irrivad, but they .were unable to get. Hale o the station. When a police ambu ancc arrived Hslc ~«ald he would go iui«tly. -. . . * . P.C. Ford eaid that Hale was double olnted, and SO policemen could not take bira if he wanted to resist. Gaoler Blake said Hale had previously been acquitted on a charge of unlawful possession. He produced 'a report made by the} prison doctor on that occasion. .Mr. Bingley— Whr is here in view of such a report as that?— They say he.is dangerous. ? ? ? The Gaoler— He liu bean certified be fore, and he escaped on two' occasions from ...
GIRL MIGRANTS WOMAN TO ACCOMPANY THEM [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929
GIRL MIGRAXTS WffXT^Xi TO ^ACCOMPANT 'THEM ' AVherf the-, prsova leaves .?London ' for Australia, with ar party of 100 dbmeiHcs — ol- whom '20 ar«. from the training aehool lit Market Ilarborouzh— Miss K. G. - Jacobs,' the omcial in charge ot indoor 'selection ivork in the women's migration department at ? Australia Hook,, .will also be on board. She is making the trip as matron in charge of the girls, and the object of her visit— following closely upon that of Misg,ll'. A.Cox, an official ot the British Ministry of Labour— is to observe condi tions under which the girls arrive and take up poaitioun in the Common wealth.. She will be in Australia for- six weeke, and will visit every. State. AVhcn I saw Mih- .lacobs nt Ai^tralia House to-dny. she told roc that she was looking .forward --to' the experience, and that it would be of value afterwards in her work . of selecting suitable women migrant)1. Young and attractive. Miss Jacobn has pcTdonality; 1 lwve wen. tome ot the ahyest of N...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929
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GARDENS THEATRE. Vivacious Variety [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929
GARDENS THEATRE. . Vivacious Variety In their seventh programme on FrMaj evening, tho Humphrey Bishop Musica Comedy Company submitted a 'bright ane tuneful series of vocal, enmpdr. and torn sichorean items, that proved pleasing to the large audience which 'showed its ap preciation by frequent and loud plaudits.' After a lively overture, a novel introduc tory act was staged dealing with 'Past, Present, and Future,' iu a striking man ner. Thelma Trott, as the crinolined representative of mid-Victorian femininity, sang and acted well, as did Elaine Maye, n the role of a typical modern miss. Marie Landoh gave a ' dainty speciality dance. MUe Jeanne, as the girl of the future, was arrayed in not excessive tulle, adorned with an inverted question mark, and with delightfully quiet diction con veyed the impression that the ultra-new' would not altogether dispense with cer tain old-fashioned things such as the colt of Cupid. Walter Kinsley's melodious baritone voice supported her thesis. At ...
ANTI-CANCER CAMPAIGN THIRD LIST OF DONATIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929
ANTI-CANCER CAMPAIGN THIRD 1IST OF DONATIONS COLLECTED BY MR. R. T. MELROSE Previously acknowledged .. . £3,250 0 0 Airs. Corpe . .. . ? 100 0 0 Airs. Arcnibald JlcDiarmid .. ' 100 0 0 Jdr.;W. H. Sandland .... .. 50V0'-0 iir..W. U. Hawkes ? 50 0 0 Mr. Walter S. Murray .... 25 0 0 Mr. Alfred Sc&rfe ? 25 '0 0 Air, t Joseph -Jieynes .. ..-?..? .'20.i'0:0 Dr. R. Humphrey Marten .. 10 0' 0 Miss Jessie .Love \ ? 5 0 0 Mr. Norman Brookman ..' .. .. .5 0 0 Total .. .. ' ? £3,640 O~0 i LADY MAYORESS1 APPEAL Previously acknowledged .. .. £330' l':0 Airs. T. O'iiaUoran Giles .. =50 V 0 Air. M. S. Hawker . .. .. .. .-. 25 0 0 AItb. Alicbael. Hawker .. ..' .. 25 0 0 Airs. H. L. Ayera .. .. ,.- ..'25 0-0 Misa K.^ Chambers .. ':.',.'., 25 .0 0 Mrs. E.8. Barker .. .^ .. ..- 20 0 0 Airs. M.^Legoe .. ? ;. 20 0 0 Miss Alison (Jrozier ...'., .. 15 0 0 Mr. J. R..i'owier ? ,. 10 10 0 Lady Symon .; ..?.'. ..' ;. ,» 10 10 0 Mrs. -'i:^ It. Bowman- ? 10 0 0 Mrs.'M., Gilbert .. ? .-.- 10 0 0 Miss M. 3...
COUNTRY GAIETIES AT APPILA. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929
COUNTRY GAIETIES \T APPILA. Among, those present at the concert i and dance in the Appila Institute after the jnbileo meetug- of the Great Northern Club on New Vea^s Day were Mesdames Iteichstein. Griffin. rancis^Eowden, overton, Daly, Wllcott, Wuret, Ceorge, Clarke. Oobell, Navda. Kcrr; and Wat kins, Misses Ktacey, White, Ooode, McCrae, Hardy. Fetherstonhauab. Orlffln, Relchsteln, Cat 'ord, Qulgley, Hcaslip, McBride, Barrett. Cat fctd. Clogg, Staccy, Forrest, Turner,: Wurst, Ilarvic. Dempsev, Leahy, Koonan, and Me Vickers, Messrs. Daly, Catford, ? Relchstein, fethcrstonhaugh, Ifcaslip, Leahy, Etaccy, Graham, Forbes, Dcmpsoy, Harvie, Francis. Clarke, Cobiac, Nayda, Reynolds, Hardy, Heaslip, Elattery, Voonan, Chook. Borgas, Wurst. George, Griffin, Bowden. and- Irwin. The Orroroo 'Orchcstn rendered excellent music. '? ? AT AMERICAS RIVER. KAXGAROO ISLAKD. A fancy dress dance was held in the Institute lull on December SI. The hall was crowded; many of those present being- In fancy cost...
EMPTY BARGE ADRIFT Recovered at Whyalla WHYALLA, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929
EMPTY BARGE ADRIFT Recovered at WHyalla I .' '? -'? 'TWTTVAT.TjA. .taiiriarv 9. : What was at tir^t thought to .be ;a dis mantled ketch was 'sighted drifting up the Gtilf on Wednesday morning, about three miles off from the Wh valla. Jet tv. bv Mr. K.- Wiiord:- .' ?- ? '^ ? ? - .-= _ /.Accompanied by M.C. Moore, Mr. Ford got in his motor boat, and went out to investigate, and on reaching their object, it was -found 'to be'a -flatbottomed ? barge; abcut 45 feet long. A towlihe was at tached from- the motor boat to the barge, and after a severe struggle' against the' wind .-and- tide. Mr. Ford, succeeded .in towing the barge to. the Whyalla Jetty, where it no^r awaits ownership.. -?'- t- - '''..'??? ,'? l '' '? ? ? '?? ' ? ' »
POSTAL ADVICE Be Clear and Definite. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929
POSTAL ADVICE Be Clear and Definite. An interesting showcase 'now 'exhibited in the great ball of Adelaide's G.P.O. con tains examples of correct and incorrect mptlinrifl 'nf Tirpnarinff matter fnr* nnatjil transmission. In the centre is a photo graph showing broken 'packets/ victims of careless packing. . This bears, the legend, 'If a thing ib worth- posting,, it ia worth packing well!' ° There are three speci mens of fully and correctly 'addressed let ters, such as the postal authorities delight to receive— their clearness and definiteness of address facilitating prompt and accurate transmission. .' Examples of 'how not to. do it' include i stamped envelope destitute of. any vestige of address, and the information .that 38,178 such 'were posted in' 1927; A-warning is given against posting insufficiently paid letters, recipients having to pay double the deficiency. ' Alongside the example, shown is the comment, 'This may have cost the sender a job!' An instance of the foolish^ ness...
CHESS Australian Championships PERTH, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929
CHESS Australian Championships The Australian .' chess . championship matches were 'continued to-day. . Results:— - Ninth ? Round.-Purdy (N.8.W.) beat Coleman (W.A.), in 31 moves; Gundersen (^.J.'.beaf Savers-' (W:A.-),; in 38 moves; Koshnitsky (Q.) beat Ryan (W.A.), in 30 moves;' Younkman ? (W-A;) drew with Crackenthorp (N.S.W.1; Hill (N.S.W.) beat.Q'Brien (WA.), in 28 njovca. NEW ZEALAND CHAMPION. - WELLINGTON (NX), Friday. Mr.- J. A. Erskine, of Melbourne, won the New Zealand chess championship.
THREE ENGLISH WRITERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929
IHREE ENGLISH WRITERS. 'The three men linked together in English literature to-day— Shaw, Chester ton, and Wells— are strangely different. The first, the son of a corn chandler, ate beans and changed the world, lne se cond, the son of an estate agent, drinki beer, laughs jocundly, and writes bookp like 'The Ball and the Croes,' and The Man Who Was Thursday,' which, if they bore a Russian name, would be hailed as genius. . Wells, the third, is the son of a professional cricketer— he once took four wickets wi_th€four successive balls !— a man who remains to-day strangely bourgeois, miraculously industrious, a blend of cold ness and enthusiasm, a kindly soul, brusque, though, -at times, a snper-Kipps, always rather worried about things. — Hannen SwarTer ('London Calling'}. - Two old Scotsmen sat by the roadside puffing solemnly at their pipes.',. . 'There's no' much pleasure in smokin', Sandy,' said Donald. ?.'.,.? ? ? 'Hoo dae ye mak' that oot?' asked Sandy. . 'Weel, ye see, if yer sr...