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LESS BETTING BIG S.A.J.C. DECLINE Seven "Urgers" Removed [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

W^^J^lGr |j» SM DEOINE Seven 'Urgers' Remored Sttnrday saw the conclusion of tin Christmas racing in trie city. The feature of the four meetings was the serious decline in totall. zator Investments.- . ?At 'Port 'Adelaide there was a drop of more than £34,000 for two daya, but the decline 'at the S-A.J.C. fixture at Mor phettville was most marked, the figures for. the two' days this year being £41,824 10/, as against £75,599 in 1928, while the record was in 1927 when the grand aggre gate, was £87,119. Racing dubs are faced with a serious problem in view. of the large and continual shrinkages in investments and the subject ia one that will have to be given earnest attention. There is no doubt that the financial depression is responsible for a large portion of the decreases, but the removal of bookmakers must also have an effect on machine investments. Many operators arc* quite good adjuncts to the totalizator both in -the city and the coun try; ??? '' ? ', ?.-'?-'.?-- NINETY-THREE RE...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ECONOMICAL ORE TREATMENT KALGOORLIE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

ECONOMICAL ORE TREATMENT ? KALGOORLIE. Sundav. Mr. J.. W.' Sutherland, manager of ' the Golden Horseshoe, has designed an im proved 'wet classifier to operate without mechanical power. He is of the opinion that the appaiatus will dispense witb mechanical classifica tion, and effect further economies in the treatment of sulph'o-telluride ore.

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COCKATOO DOCKYARD TO BE LEASED Tenders Close on March 20 SYDNEY. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

[JOCKATOO DOCKYARD TO BE LEASED Tenders Close on March 20 SYDNEY. Sunday. Tenders will be invited, this month, closing on March 20, for the lease of the Cockatoo Dockyard. The term of the tenure will be 20 years, with the option of a renewal at the end of that period. The dockyard has an approximate area of 37 acres, with an extensive deepwater frontage, -including wharf and fitting-out accommodation for vessels of the largest size. There is every facility for tho construction of naval and all types of pas senger and cargo vessels, together witb their engines, boilers, and auxiliaries. The works are capable of turning out all classes of engineering work. There are two graving docks, the largest being 890 feet long, and 88 feet wide. The small 'dock is 478 feet 5 inches Ion;, end 58 feet 8 inches wide.

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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AUSTRALIAN POLO TEAM Good Practice in Hawaii HONOLULU January 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

AUSTRALIAN POLO TEAM Good Practice in Hawaii HONOLTTT.TT .T«in-» i Capt. Pearson has sailed for San Fran cisco, and Beveridge and Skene sail for Los Angeles on Saturday with the Aus tralian polo teams' ponies. Th eoutstand ing feature of the practise games here, with leading Hawaiian poloisU, was the teamwork between Skene and Pearson; also the Australian ponies' handiness. In a final exhibition practice on Thurs day, Skene and Pearson gave Tommy Hitchcock, the American international captain, some real competition. No score was recorded; but the blues, trith Pearson and Skene, scored oftener than the oranges, with Hitchcock and Gessler.

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FRENCH VESSELS SUNK. 65 Men Missing PARIS, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

FRENCH VESSELS SUNK 65 Men -Missing PARIS. January 5. it is tearal mat. a -men. were drowned through the sinking 'of Hie French cargo steamer 'Malakbff 'during' a' .'storm off 'the Balearic Islands.1 All hope has been abandoned for the 38 men on board the trawler -Pacifique, which has been missing since the Mediterranean, gale. \ , „

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BRITAIN'S FUTURE Policy for Prosperity LONDON. January 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

BRITAIN'S FUTURE Policy for Prosperity T/YWTWW .T.^n.n. A The Government has planted many seeds,' said .the British Prime Minister (Mr. Baldwin) in a speech at Worcester, 'the fruits of which will be enjoyed only in future years. Some examples are de rating and a reorganization of electrical supplies. One of the best movements i* the effort to produce peace in industry, which should do much to restore British industrial supremacy. .Rationalization of industry should rescue those in distress, and should produce lasting benefit. . 'The success of the Socialists at the 1929 elections, or a ? deadlock resulting in the installation of ' a ' minority Govern ment, would retard the country's',' re covery, .especially if the Labour Party ittempted to control banking.''

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

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CANADA AND AUSTRALIA OTTAWA, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

CANADA AND AUSTRALIA OTTAWA'. January 4. The Canadian Parliament -will meet on February '-*,' anS* a lively! session is ex pected, particularly with regard to the immigration- question. .The whole. .policy | of the Dominion- is likely, to be thrashed out. ' -'-?'? ?''? - \':'- , ',- It is expected that proposals will be made to have -Australia, extend .favour able treatment to Canadian lumber in return, for considerations regarding the importation ~of Australian -wines.

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WRESTLING CHAMPION World Title to Sonnenberg BOSTON. January 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

^^S*MN(^CHAMPION World Title to Sonnenberg ? BOSTON. January 4. . . .ens Sonnenberg,' the Dartmouth Um venity football- stir, yon .the heavyweight wrestling -ch^Tnnionship . of -the world .on Friday aighj., when .he defeated Strangle! Lewis^ ;. Lewis, .was . disqualified, af t«r Jie feftfied-to return to »h« rins when butted put- seven times. Sonnenberg took tbe first fall' with' the faniou3 flying tackle.

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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POISON GAS IN WAR Described as Cowardly and Criminal FRANKFORT. January 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

POISON GAS IN WAR Described at Cowardly and ' ??? i Criminal .'. ' ' pnAKKFORf. Januarv .'4. Mat. Kaima- Bahlborn,; of htockbolm, presided at -ian- international conference au modern methods of warfare convoked by the International~WomenV League for Peace and Liberty. Tht attention ot the conference was specially drawn to the use of poison gas and the protection of civilians. Many international scientists and military etperts were present. ? Professor Lewin, of. Berlin, condemned the use .of poison gas in war as cowardly and criminal. It was' defenceless, because - no antidote against it had been found, and was so repugnant that it must be regarded as a crime against - humanity. His description of a poison gas attack was ?o .horrifying that many iromen left the hall in tears. , ? - Professor McCartney (a Briton) thought . tliat.it was. impossible to control the chemical industry and so prevent the manufacture of poison gas for warfare, the only satisfactory .method was to attack i' ...

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DAVIS CUP Challenge From Canada TORONTO. January 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

DAVIS CUR . Challenge , From- Canada ?'-: ' TORONTO. January- 5. TbeCanadian Lawn Tennis Association decided on Pridayto challenge the holder of' the Da\is Cup.

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ANZAC HIGHWAY ACCIDENT Three Men Injured [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

ANZAC HIGHWAY ACCIDENT -Three Meo Injared Shortly after midnight on Saturday a motor car containing three men got out of control, swerved across the -Anne High* wav. and crashed throtMth a fence, on the opposite side ot the road. As a result John Newton (41), labourer, of Bartel street, City, received a cut on the lip and abrasions to the face; James Burks, .-labdum, Salvation Home,* WhH more* -square; concussion;- and' Frank' I». Marron. labourer, 10 Evered street, Plympton, deep cut on the right fore head. ' ? '? Ag fir as can ,be ? ascertained, the car was traveling towards the city, and in attempting to pug another vehicle it swerved, and. went through .a fence on the opposite ride of the roadway.. The police ambulance ' was' summoned, and on arrival two men were found to ba- unconscious, and tbe third was bleed ing, freely. . They were admitted to the Adelaide Hospital at 12.40 ajn. '

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AMERICAN MAILS British Ships May Cease to be Carriers NEW YORK. January 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

AMERICAN^ MAILS British Ships May Cease to be Carriers *.' '.'''* '? ?' : VRW VOHIf . Jaminrr 4. TKe United States. Post .Office Depart ment .'bag issued an order withdrawing from, tliree Cunard ships all mails except such as ^re snecificallv addressed to such ships for delivery m Europe, Africa, and Western Asia. As a result of ? this, the great volume of mail which ? ia tnuanj traniported 'by the Bercngsria, Autonia, and' Andania', against which the ruling was made, will be- lost . to the Cunard Line, because few persons customarily specify the ship on which their mail if to be carried. Moreover, from three to six days will be added to the time- of delivery of the mail which would hare been carried by the Berengaria when she sails at midnight to-night, because tbe order transferred' the' mail to the White Star liner Baltic, a slower vessel, which will sail to-morrow morning. . The Post Office Department announced that it might re-route all European mail in favour of American «bips...

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ONLY TEMPORARY ORDER POSTAL OFFICIAL EXPLAINS WASHINGTON. January 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

ONLY TEMPORARY ORDER POSTAL OFFICIAL EXPLAINS WASHINGTON^ Januarv' i. . -ine . Second. Assistant Postmaster General (Mr. Irving Glover) announced this evening that the order limiting- the jahintinf nt m**1 4m T.« _._^.j !.« At., ai ? ' vunara ,ves.«els uad been rescinded. He had telephoned to the Postmaster »t New York, requesting him to lift the embargo. Mr. Glover eaid that he had issued the onler as a temporary meuure because the Berengaria wa,i late in arriving here, and the other two ships were extremely slow vessel*. . He, however, renewed the charge that foreign: countries were; discriminating against American ships in' mail shipment!, but said that his department was not plan ning at present any retaliatory measures. Nevtrthelesa, it was prepared to reroute its entire foreign mail to give American vessels a larger share of the trade if European discrimination continued.

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DECISION TO JIMMY PEARCE SYDNEY. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

OECI8IOK TO JIMMY KARCE STDKET. Simd«T. iM..reifr«c'r d«I«ion In lironr of Jlnunr ant, against tb« American welterweight Bun Stone, net with a mbted reception «t tbe Rntt cntUn- Bay Sudlnm on 8«tnrf.y nlgtt. It «' »' «n eidting- contest, .but 'Stone'g work wan generally suporicr, »nd the majoritr preMnt Mticipated that he woold be awrded the VSrti. Th» match reached the allotted 13 roanda. JW*h^ ™*:— Feuce. 10 rt.' » Jb.; Slone,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

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HOLIDAY RACING Turf Statistics H. Butler's Success [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

HOLIDAY RACING . _ ? ?. — ?* ? - Turf Statistics H. Butler's Success;. At tlie Gbristmas and New Tear's fii« tures H. Butler was easily the most sue* 1 cessful trainer. . He won four events with Bnrnaides and the jnvenile Musical, each 6! which scored at Cheltenham and Mor phettville. . . . - . -Among the jockeys the honours were; more evenly divided, as. during; the four days' sport six riders won two races apiece. The most ' prominent trainers and jockey's at the meetings were:—: . TRAINERS / 1st. 2nd. 3rd, B. Butler ;. ? 4 2 — P. Timmens ? 2J — — I. Reid .. ? .. 2 2 - E. Williams .. .. .. .... 2 — — 5. W. Bigprins ? ....^2 — — C. Fitzroy .. .... .. 12 4 C. Williams .. .. .. .. .. 12 1 T.D. McGahan .. .... -.. 1 1 t J. Scobie ?'. ? 1 1 % W. Crimliek .. .. .. .... 1 1 — M. Whelan ........... 1 — U 6. Anderson ? :.. 1 — 1 R. R. Vaughton , ? 1 - 1 W. N. Brodie .. ? 1 — — J. Sini ? ...l; - — W; J.Nolan .. .... .... 1 - — H. J. Bailey ? 1 — — C. Northway .. ...... 1 — — C. Howfe ? 1 — ...

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WOODEND WEIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

WOODEND WEIGHTS . . nun pn weanwsty. ; ...' NOVICE HANDICAP. , rt. ft. ' it ft ttntoV , ... 9 0 Blencalm . /. 7 10 Mjrpoorta.. . . . 8 H Treasure Me .. 7 S Oracebura . . . . 8 lp Kubosi . . » g Shady Sun ... 8 8 Bonlae ... 7 8 Bex AuranUc .86 Rosiet Wingi . 7 ' 6 Oudroon . . , 8 8 Princeu Betty . 7 fl Interloper ;. . ... 8. 4 jtosinrtl* ... 76 The Guide... 8 4 Hoyalion . ... . 7 6 Prince .Archery .. S 4. Sweet Berry.. .74 Sana; FroW;. . .- 8 3 Ocodna .... 7 4 Jlaltatla .?; . ? t 8 S Brush . . .'. . 7 4 Claraora. . . . . 8- 3 War Signal ... 7 4 Tammif'; . : ? 8 2 Foistare . 7 S KnmnlnR . . ;? . 8 8 Wellspokea ...' 7 I Prince Laden . . 8 1 Mamie Blantaiey 7 0 Princen Bizsio 7 11 Struck Oil . 7 0 Maglitrate-. ... 7 11 Idle Youth .' . . 7 0 , 'MAIDEN PWTE. . . . FIv» and a half furlongs. ' Greasepaint . -. 9 0 Timculo .... 7 18 S»ngaree . '. . 8 IS Stand CTear . . 7 11 Pnnct) Lucfen .' 8 11 Harelam . 7 10 Dream Hope . . 8 11 Somalia . .' . . 7 8 Culpireda ? 8 11 KHmally . . . 7 8 White ...

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TRACK GALLOPS WORK AT MORPHETTVILLE [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

TRACK GAUOPS WORK AT MORPHETTVILLE At Morphettville on Saturday morning on the tan track Diplomacy and Archeson sped over two furlongs in 251. Four fur Inn fro in ?i'IA wont rlfMim f/v Knrnfr. TttmIiTA special. Uall scampered over two lurlongs in 25. Steel Brozne got to the terminus of lp furlongs in 2.19, and did the. last mile in 1.4BJ. Nadean iust broke 1.50 for a mile. Antope .did -four furlongs in 55}. . Mary Spa ran three furlongs in 40J, and went further. Pispoia King and Ly sare executed five furlongs in 1.7J. Screen Star recorded 1.37 for seven furlongs. Na zcera finished with five furlongs in 1.10J. Saintly Lady spurted three furlongs in 372. Tallangatta and Bowshot galloped a furlong further in 51. Translator ran a furlong in 12, and Kentle occupied U over the same' trip. Laurelmond ran three furlongs in 40J. Hattah and Forglcn put;jpast six furlongs in 1.18. Suzumi spurted a couple of furlongs in 25}. Her mus and Twofold went four furlongs in 53. Sybil ran over the same ...

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REVERSAL OF FORM Ambassador's Running Enquiry by Stewards [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

REVERSAL OF FORM Ambassador's Running Enquiry by Stewards Ambassador, which lias raced success* fully in Victoria, registered his first sue* cess in this State 'when be finished with a brilliant run over the concluding furlong aim ueicatcu me tavuiune ?L'ii&cia ju luo Helmsdaie Welter at Morphettville on Saturday. On New Year's Day. at the same coarse, the St. Anton horse was well supported in the Birkalla Welter, but he ran a disap piinting race, and following .his victory on Saturday the stipendiary stewards opened, an enquiry into the reversal of form. They reported: — 'The stipendiary stewards opened an en quiry into the running of Ambassador, tha winner of the Helmsdaie Welter, ' com pared with hiB performance in the Birkalla Welter on New Year's Day, and nfter taking some evidence, postponed the hear* ing until Wednesday, January 9, at 2.30 p.m. at the office of the S.A J.C.' Ambassador waa previously attached to the stable of E. Ross, who some month* ago also brought ...

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