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REASONS FOR AWARD Employers' Side of the Case [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

REASONS FOR AWARD Employers' Side of the ' ♦ Case , The aecretartof the fimployertfjFedera* tion (Sir. G. H. Boykett) stated on Bat* urday that the Fefferal Arbitration Court, comprising. Chief Judge Dethridie witS ;.W,,J*» «n-J Judge Beeby, Tiad de cided that 48 hours a week should be th« standard hours in the industry. . ThB Judges also ordered that the conditohn should operate from January 1. 1929. ? In fn^'SfV'}11 !Je,decision «-e employ** f in this State decided that the order should be^put into operation. That had been ,,In I'M decision Judge Dethridge stated ihfn. at Pu-eseD{ the C0'* WM concerned with working hours for the timber indug. tt7'- Tn6, Australian Timber Workers' Union sought the introduction of a SS& the industry. On the otjier hand th« employers wanted a standard week of 48 ' hours. Previously it had been dedded that T one section of the industry should work M hours and the other section 44. ' lhe line of demarcation between th« the opimoa that the finan...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

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BILLIARDS MATCH ABANDONED LONDON. January 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

BILLIARDS MATCH ABANDONED L0ND0V. .T-ni»rv A At the close of the Lindrum-Davis bfl liards match, Davis was 12,752; and Lin drum 3,751. The match was abandoned, owing to ks one-sidedness. The two men will begin another on January 7, Lindrum receiving 3,000, and the play will last a week. Lindrum has had a severe cold for several days, and has been unable to do himself justice.

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EAST TORRENS V. ADELAIDE Carlton in Form [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

EAST TORRENS V. ADELAIDE Carlton in Form Enthusiasts of cricket who witnessed the East Torrens v. Adelaide game,' at the Adelaide Oval on Saturday, 'were not treate-I to n.' verv pxliilaratinir disnbiv. al though the conditions were ideal tor tiais men, the oposing bowlers were in theii best form, and from the outset scoring was extremely slow. ? East -Torrens batted first, Adams and Nitschke being the pioneer 'batsmen. The former was not allowed -to get into bin stride, for, with his score at 3, he was snapped up behind, off Carlton. Whit field joined Nitschke, but the latter after scoring 14, put his leg in front of a ball from Carltoii, and the second wicket fell for 18. Worse was to follow, for- the incoming batsman Palmer,' survived only two balls, giving the bowler (Carlton) an easy return. Three for 18 was the score, and Carlton'8 figures at this stage were 3 for S. It now remained to Lee and WhStfieUl to steady the Bide, and tliey ivere successful in adding .52 for the- four...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INTERSTATE UMPIRES [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

INTERSTATE UMPIRES - Messrs. G. A. Hcle and A; 61 Jenkins have. been, appointed umpires for the Shef field Shield match, between, 'South Austra lia and NewBouth Wales* which begins in Adelaide -next -Friday; : / '

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

NEATLY ETECDTED Af . '' THE BEGIST^IR.

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England Retains The Ashes: Penant Matches Resumed in Adelaide LOW PENNANT SCORING Hepworth and Daw, each 98 Splendid Bowling at University and Adelaide Conducted by Willow. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

England Retains The Ashes: Penriant Matches Resurit^hrAdeht&e LOW PENNANT SCORING !; — — »- - ? i! Hepworth and Daw, each 98 Splendid Bowling at University and Adelaide | *' ' Conducted by Willow. .,.?,,. r Pennant games were resumed in Adelaide on Saturday ' after the break caused by th» match against Queensland, and the usual free Satur dayatthe end of the year. The individual top scorers for the day were Daw (Prospect) 98,. Hepworth (West .Torrens) 98 not out, andiStirllnp ? (Kensington) 87. Carlton . (Adelaide) took six wickets, and H. G. J3artlett v (at University) 4 for 16. The round will be completed on January 19. HOW THE MATCHES STAND At ADELAIDE.— East Torrens, 158, t. Adelaide, 1 for 76. . .. . At UNIVERSITY.— University, 167, .V. Sturt, 1 for 62. : At ALBERTON.-Prospect,.231, v. Port Adelaide, 2 for 32. . ,' At THEBARTON.— West Torrens, 8. for 265, v. Colts. . ; At K&NSINGTON.-Kensington, 302, v. GleneJg. ' : ' v ' ' ?

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

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

RADIO NOTES— SEE THE REGISTER EVERY THURSDAY.

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THE PREMIERSHIP LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

THE PREMIERSHIP LIST. P. W.W.O. L. D.Pts. Port ....... 6 i 1 — - 2 13 -?-Adelaide ? 5 4 11 — 12 Sturt ...I :. . 6.3 — 12 8 East Torrens . . 6 3 — 1 ;2 8 Prospect .... 6. 2 1 2 2' 5 West- Torrens .6 2 — 3 1 3 Colts ? 6 1 — 2 3 1 xUniversity . . . 5 1—3 1 — Kensington .... 6 1 —'.4 1 — 1 Glenelg ...... 6. — — '4 2—4' xDisnuted match \o be reckoned.

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POLYNESIAN ORIGIN. Traced to South-East Asia HONOLULU. January 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

POLYNESIAN ORIGIN Traced to South-East Asia ;; HONOLULU. Jamiarr a. , Mr. Herbert E. Gregory (Direct .- of the Bishop Museum) lias announced that scien tists have established the. origin of the Polynesian -nee ur South-eastern Asia. The Polynesians are a mixture of Cauca sian and Mongoloid bloods. They are re lated remotely to the Japanese, Chinese, and' 'American Indians; vbut not to the negroes. - * ? ?

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BOXING Points Victory for Moylan. PERTH, Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

BOXING Points Victory for Moylan - PEBTH. SnndiY. -? a JS-romu boxing match between Frank Moylan.. -(10- «t.) and Dick Elmour .10 tt. I rb.),a Frenchman, waa won easily on points ov. Moylan In tie Olympla ojwn-alr stadium last night.- Tne local -boxrd was too- (ait and cltvtr for Hmoiir. The Utter bccationallytcored with poMifnl oppercnta; but. tor the moit nrt itu conttnt -to remain on the defensive.

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RUSSIAN TIMBER Britain Purchases Year's Cut. LONDON. January. 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

RUSSIAN TIMBJER Britain- Purchases Tear's '.; ---Cut;'-: ..',- lONDON. . Janunrv 5. ' Twenty leading timber-importing' firms in Britain have for 'the first, time com bined to purchase the whole supply of Russian timber f-rf the- coming .season. The cost is estimated to be at least £10,000,000.

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INDUSTRIAL PEACE Labour Attitude Reaffirmed [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

INDUSTRIAL PEACE Labour Attitude Reaffirmed Having evaded their, first import's, antrcontest on Friday night, the 'Reds'?' in the Trades and Labour Council have emboldened the moderates to endeavour to regain lost ground. It had been intended by. the : 'Reds' that the meeting of the Trades and Labour Council on Friday night should withdraw the delegates ? to the - Industrial 'Peace Conference. The Sydney Labour Coun cil . had decided to withdraw Mr. J. S. Garden, and there was a desire to imitate that gesture of hostility to the amicabli. settlement of differences with the, em ployers. If two States held aloof, it was argued, the conference would collapse. Curing the preceding fortnight. both sides had been rallying supporters, and the 'Reds' found that they were -less power ful than had been imagined. Strong support developed for continuing the coun cils' representation at the conference; and it was found that even if a majority were obtained it would be small, and, that some of th...

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

?iKSEGTIBANE succeenV -where other Bisect powders fall.' -?' ? ' '? ? '??*? U

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WRESTLING Win for Pergantes PERTH, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

WRESTLING Win for Pergantet PERTH. Stindsr. LoviK rrrgantai (12 St. 8 n-.), a Gtctk, beat Filly Menke (It it. 10 ft.) by .tiro fills' to one. ifttr hvct roundi of wrestling, on tb» Sutlaco Oral lut night. Both contesUnts em ployed rough methods; but at the nmt time Rare t ereat display of fast wrestling. Per CiBtes won the first fill in the third term, br mlnj a short-arm acinon. The .Australian equalized the falls. in the fifth round, with a ttrics of Deadlocks whlchdaied the Greek. The Utter won the bout with* a body press in the leventh round.

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SIR CHARLES WAKEFIELD'S GIFT. Seaplane to Singapore Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

SIR CHARLES WAKEFIELD'S GIFT. J Seaplane to Singapore Club ; The Singapore FlyingtCiub recently ap pealed for' funds to purchase two more seaplanes for its work in training pilots, and for the use of club' members.' Sir Charles' Wakefield. Bart., governing director of the firm - manufacturing Castrol. motor oil, has offered to present one machine to the club. Sir Charles hai presented light aeroplanes to Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the Lancashire Club (England), and Bombay -'Flying Club, in an endeavour t-- ' stimulate flying throughout the Empire. He is one of thS most prominent and genrrous supporters of all classes of sport, and has probably done more for aviation throughout the British Empire than has any other man.

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TENNIS TEST AUSTRALIA WINS BY TWO RUBBERS Willard's Great Display SYDNEY. Sunday [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

TENNIS TEST AUSTRALIA WINS BY TWO RUBBERS Willard's Great Display A display of brilliant tennis was seen at Rushcutter Bay on Saturday, when Australia won the test match againBt Great Britain bv four rubbers to two. ifter having started the nnal day s piay vith a deficit of four games, and with rub jers and sets equal. The play was watched by a large attend ince, which almost filled the stands, and iurrounded the courts on which the natches were decided. The feature of the day was the won Icrful form shown by J. Willard (Aus ralia), who had not previously been Been o such advantage. Opposed by J. G. Collins, one of. the speediest and most irilliant players seen here for a long time, Yillard made a series of amazing rallies, n which every variety of stroke was xploited in turn by either 'player. The Vustralinn ultimately regained the ascen iancy, which he had temporarily lost, and ron at 7 — 5 in the fourth set. As a result of this success, Australia leeded to win only two sets in th...

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METROPOLITAN TOURNAMENT FINAL MATCHES R. B. HONE BEATEN [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

MEIROPOLITAN TOURNA MENT FINAL MATCHES R.B. HONE BEATEN On the Hyde Park Tennis Club' courts last Saturday three postponed finals in the metropolitan championship meeting were contested. G. L. Riberts played splendidly to beat R. B. Hone in the final of the metropoli tan plate. It was a hard hitting rub ber. Roberts served and struck out well in the first set, while Hone was just missing the side and base lines. The young player won at 6 — 4. ' In the se cond set the call was 3 all. Hone was fre quently mishitting. Each held his ser vice to 5 all, and Hone, by winning his de liveries to love won 6-^-5. In the final set Roberts lost his service at the opening, and Hone led 2 love. Roberts by steady, good length drives won the next three games. After a protracted game Hone gained his service. Smashing well, Roberts led at 4—3. Chop shots won the next for the big man. Roberts tired after lead ing 40—15, and deuce was called five times, but Roberts won to lead 5 — J. Hone led at 40 love...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOWLS WEST PARK V. KADINA [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

BOWLS WEST- PARK V. KADINA Kadina during the holiday! and vUjti aftemon *nd evening; matche*. ? The tourtatt won one match and the locals the other. DeUilf:— r ^JlA' .' -('ftenioon).— O. Charicworth. J. Fordham, A. Pullclne, H. Marchant. 15- H Prldham. J. Pitcher, P.- Wallman T &ogt 'l'; R. Storr, 1. MuBon. H. CaBhmore, T. Dawkini V Kadina, 48. — H. Pearfe, W. L. 'Pinncll' B. MeaBday, G. T. Herbert. 17; P. Olulf. W J Walker. W. K. Bedn.ll. W. L. Robe ^,21; W Harry, A. E. Hancock, J. D. Morris, R. w Herbert. 10. . ? . ? Kadina, 50 (evening).— J. D. Morris, A. Brad brook, F. R. HIM. H. W. PeU.'1'O: G. Davis, W K ; Bcdnall. W. Robcrti, E. Berry, 51; C. V Boiewarse, S. Sorthey, 'A. E. Brown, H. Ueaidayi West Part; 4».— A. Pulletae/ C. Charlesworth H;varrhmt, H. Storr, 16.;. J., Majon, j. Ford: ham. T. Dawkini, H.- Cuhmore, 19; J. Pitcher, H.' Pridhim, F. Ktongh. F. Wallman. 14. .

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