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AFTER THE MATCH ENDED The True Spirit of Sportsmanship. MELBOURNE. Sunday [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

AFTER THE MATCH ENDED The True Spirit -of Sportsmanship. MELBOURNE. Snridav: ' At tne conclusion of the match, both teams were entertained by ihe Victorian. Cricket Asociatioa in its room in thfe-new members' pavilion, jur. ivonaia MacKinnon the prcaide» :ongratulated the Englishmen on their vie iory, and on the interesting erfeket they tad played. He paid a tribute to tha Vfarylebone Club, which bad' done so much 'or cricket, and taken such pains to -stud 1 representative team. -? , 'We take our loss of the ashes -iu' good ?pint,' added Mr. Mackinnon. ? 'We have nothing to regret, for the best team won, THE DEFEAT WILL DO GOOD. Mr. K. E. Bean, -a member of the Board af Control, added congratulations on' beball of that body, saying that the ..team thoroughly deserved' to retain the ashes. Be specially congratulated Hammond on bis remarkable record of Scoring a double century in two test matches, for the first time ? iii .the .'history if the tests. He . also, congratulated Wbite on ...

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

RACING IN SYDNEY .SEDNEY, Sunday., . The Royal . Prince . Alfred ,iacht Uub held three races on. Saturday afternoon, fc in weather which was fir. from satisfao tpry. The extremely light- easterly breeze gave very- little work,''- and jit 'times yachts did little more' than' drift. Yacht ing enthusiasts looked forward to an in- tercsting race for the Nossitet . Cup', on. account of the Victorian yacht -Eun N» Mara being' a coiiipetitor^but they wera sadly disappointed. - * , ,-. ??? The official finishing * limes * Were:— ' Brand V , 5h ; 38m 18s , « Vanessa, 5 40 38 Rawhiti 544.58, Bona, 5J2J0; Eun Na Mara. 5547 The 21 footers, racing for the Clarko rropuymade a slow passage to Manlr, n-horo EO T II Wattle, and EO.J III. -.ere in clow: companv Trtrshing timea

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
KENSINGTON SCORES WELL Stirling Hits Up 87 [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

KENSINGTON SCORES WELL StiT&gHiUjUp^T1 ;, Glenelg visited the Kensington Uvaion Saturday, and L.'V. Pellew, the home side's captain, won the tosi and elected to lial on a Bo'od wicket. E. S. Johnson and 1\ a JUCUOUgail openea uu wj -.uc uuuir ling if S. E. Hall and/R. Hadarick. The pair- got into their stride quickly and rattled up .the' first 60 in 43 minutes. Several changes were made in the bowling and with the score at' 73 R. Hack shattered Johnson's- wicket.j Without- any addition to the score- McDougall'was dean bowled by Brunton for a well-made 37. '? W. Stirling and L. Bowley became as sociated arid the century was registered in 00 minutes. Stirling hit very -hard at times, and in one over from Kiley' scored 3 fours and a, six. With a. four, off Her bert, Stirling brought np 151 in ' UO minutes. The next ball caused the dis missal of Bowley; -who was tun out in attempting a sho.rt run. Pellew followed, but after adding two to the score wa* bowled- by Herbert.. . ' ?=...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CRICKETERS RETURN [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

CRICKETERS RETURN - Messrs. J.F..Travers,E:McCarron, Hi H. M. Bridgman, and P.' W. Rooney, who watched the third' test match in Mel bourne, will return to Adelaide by motor car to-day. :. - ^: '?-??.-- Mr. M. M. Cartledge, of the Eart 'Tor rens Club, who has peeh absent on the west, coast for some time/'arrived back in Adelaide on Saturday. ..??? . .: BRISBANE MATCHES BRISBANE,. Sunday. -.Although- no batsman .succeeded in reach ing the 'century v some good pcrformanceii were registered when club names were resumed on Saturday. J. Coutts ' (Nor thern Suburbs') scored 82, while F. Bern nctt (University) 58, J. Adams (Western SuburbsV 58, and If. Beeston (South Bris bane) 50 not out were others to do well. Sherry (South Brisbane) secured bowling honours- with. 5 for' 17. The veteran C.1 Bnrstow* (Toombul) took 6 for 67.

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TEACHERS AT PLAY At Jobilee Oval To-day [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

TEACHERS *\T PLAY r At Jubilee Oval To-day A series of matches will be;playedoi» the .'Jubilee^Oval, beginning to-day, 10J0 a.m. between teams representing country, central' schools, and primary and'hich schools (three teams all told). .' ? Matches arranged are:— Country v.' Ccn- f tral- Schools, to-day; Primary and High Schools v. Country Schools, on Tuesday; ' and Central v. Primary and High Schooli, on Wednesday. . ? A smoke social will be held Tuesday night, at Balfour's Cafe, King' William street. . ' . ..-.-; Stumps will be drawn at 5.30 p.m. The teams are: — . '-.*??/?? Country .-R. T. Smith. M. A. Binney, r I. Wiese, T. McEntee.'I. G. Pacch'. W. E. Richards, R: J. flennessy, E. M. Wea therill, W, Mouldc C.' Michalanney,. L. Andrews, W.: B. Odgef*, A. R. Ramsey, ' C. Pearce.- . . ??— ? .- Central' Schools.— T. S. Raggatt, A. J. Wazland, R: McKinnon. T.,*Ahtonio, A. J.-Rcea, W; Brauer. M. C. Riddell, H. , Schuli, J.- Shepherd, J..Nadcbaum, B, '♦ Robinson,' P. Reid, P. Jcnner, ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
V. RICHARDSON An Average; of 36.25 as opening Batsman [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

V. RICHARDSON An Average of 36.2$ a5 ~ ODeninsr Batsman V. Richardson has 'figured as an opening batsman this season with varying success. ? Altogether - hlsr record Is an averaae one. arid , wnue. ne nas maae lour centuries - ? there are a great number of failures. His average as ail open-- batsman is 36.25.. -. ,.- 1. . - ... 'Richardson has been playing for South Australia ever -'since the war,- and' soou . after- interstate, matches were resumed 'ht was asked to open the ? innings. He i» the most talked of man in Adelaide 'at . present by reason of his failures in tha opening position in 'the second and, third tests,' but 'many of his critics have noli' ' done him justice. ? i TLe principil fmlt winch has been found -with Ins batting at the start of play concerns his lack of restraint Sine* last season, wh.-a he had a number' of failures loner down on the list, he ha* adopted a crouching stance -which appears to hamper his freedom.; Litr-l lennjson, in a cable message on Saturda...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
RACING AT SYDNEY VELODROME SYDNEY. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

RACING AT SYDNEY VELODROME SYDVKV. Knnitav. . Then- mi a remarkably large crowd it the Canterbury Velodrome on 8atnrday evening, when the International visitors, Oscar Rutt and R. Brisk Anderson, were introduced, and the world'* amateur sculling; champion, H. R. Pearce, w«« also present . ' The principal feature of the protenional events on the programme was the Grand Priie' of Syd ney, in which the amateur champion of Aus tralia and Olympic representative, J. Standee, made hii first appearance as a professional. Standen rode splendidly, and, although he, made an error of generalship In the semi-final, was only beaten, by the narrowest possible margin by J. L. Fltigerald. who was extended to the utmost to paw the ex-amateur. ? ? ' ? ' Subsequently Standen won the Grand Prise Consolation Race rather comfortably, and con cludfd the evening by winning most' conclusively a mile and- a half handicap from scratch. Stan, den made a brilliant beginning, as a professional.

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ARNE BORG IN SYDNEY SYDNEY. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

ARNE BOM IN SYDNEY SYDNEY. Sunday. Looking in the pink of condition. Arse Borg, the Swedish nvlmming chunplon, accomptnied by Mrs. Borr, arrived 1n Sydney yesterday, from the East, by the Kleuw Zeeland. and was vrarmly welcomed by s. nnmber ot prominent swimmers. Owing to his baring no definite plans, Xr. Borj was enable to say where and when lie would swim, but he admitted that he .was in flrst-dau form. 'Better than last time, I think,' he added with a smile. Borg will probably be seen at the Domain baths on Saturday, when the State swimming championships will be decided, and he will prob ably swim at Melbourne, Adelaide, and Bris bane before returning to Sweden, alter which he may make his home in the United Slates. Arne Borg was married recently in Japan, his bridt, a Swedish lady, bating travelled there to meet him.

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FIRE AMONG FARMS Great Damage Caused PERTH. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

FIRE AMONG FARMS Great Damage Caused PERTH. Sunday. One of the worst busn nres since me district was settled swept six farms be tween Tambellup and' lunney Town, in the southwest of Western' Australia, last week, in spite of the efforts of about 200 firefighters. On Messrs. D. & I. Waters's property, practically all the feed, machinery, shed, and' bagged.oats- were destroyed.- .-The ?h'eep were mustered in the nict of time. Mjiti'K. .Sheridan lost' all her crop. -

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
STOWAWAYS DETAINED Anxious to Reach Australia VANCOUVER, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

STOWAWAY^ DETAINED ^xibusjtb-Readb Australia 'VANCOUVERi January 5., Miss Sylvia Hum, a pretty Jftthonian girl of 19, decided to visit' her brother in Australia/- and' boarded' the motor: ship Aorangi , on' 'December -13, 1928, without', a ticket.' 'Shev was discovered two days later- when playing the piano in the music room at midnight, ; and was placed ashore at Hawaii:' She was brought back by the- -steamer Niagara, which was docked on Friday. Since then she has been detained by the immigration authorities, along with Harry Gunter, an English har vester, who wag also a stowaway on the Aorangi, pending an investigation.

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The King's Illness [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

The King's Illness' Sir— 'Q. E. D.' strikes the right note. At .places where extempore prayer is. used! petitions ifor the King's restoration ? to health are usually offered, arid the' Angli- can 'ljturgyH provides suitable prayers at matins}, eveiisqng, and communion office. Twos' and threes, gathered together regu larly, may be equally efficacious at, though less spectacular than, tens of thousands suddenly moved to hectic in tercession.— I am, Sir, 4c., ? - . , 'LAIC.'

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The Meaning of "Burlesque" [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

The Meaning of 'Burleiaue' Sir— The pontifical pronouncement Of Mr. Frederick Ward, like, most- .such things, in trans-Pacific phrase, 'Vcuts no ice.' The Oxford Dictionary is the lat est and greatest authority on. the English, language. I reiterate that' ''burlesque' and 'travesty' were right words to us*, ind 'Anglican' concisely concurs. My tents - are still standing, and unlike the Arabs, I do not 'silently steal away,' even at the behest of 'F. W.' .^Things which are 'painfully obvious'* to him may not strike other folk in precisely the same way!— I am, Sir, Ac., ,'OYEZ.'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Railway Liquor Licence [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

Railway Liquor licence Sir— Replying to the comments on .'ntf letter; when the Railway Department arranged for liquor to be sold at Murray Bridie or Gawler refreshment. rooms, it ras not a question wnctrer or nor ipen rere sufficient drinking -facilities in those owni. It wan -merely s- .question of applying a public demand in ». legitimate ray. ? ?» ? ? ? ? ? ?...?!?..-.'.'? If it is a good business proposition to tell liquor at Spencer street to tha/pur *ngers'on the Adelaide express,, is it '* tot an equally good and reasonable, enter- wise . at ? -North terrace ! -, '? Regarding . the premier's statement that this is aquei ion for the Licensing Board to decide, [ cannot see how it could come under :be board's notice until an application for 1 licence wa slodged.— I am,' Sir, 4c., ' 'CHEON.' Prohibition League Opposed ;?. ' Sir— 'Cheon', is evidently anxious for the. Railways Commissioner to establish a liquor bar at the Adelaide Railway Sta tion. One would have thought, that pur...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC Deaths Exceed 12,000 WASHINGTON. January 5 [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC ' . . - . . ? *?- '? ass« ' .: Deaths Exceed 12,000 ? ' \ ''WASHIKGTOW.iTiinn.,^ S The -TJnitea. -States: Census Bnrean has reported that an 'influenza- epidemic is now irr.its'.'nintUi.week; and -has taken more than- .12,000 lives in the 65 principal cities. -jyyeeKij, rcprrris ,naye, shown; a 'Steady .rise. ?in' thejniiniba: '.of deaths -train in ftutnza'.arjd .pneumonia '.since November 3,; 1928. . .The.'Uteit'retprn,- °,that;{ar the .week Tended ? December ? 29, - 1928, . showed 2,9S7 death* from both diseases. '. Additional fatalities are expected* beford the' .'epidemics' .'come 'to, an-,end.;;: ?: .JRAVAGE8.IN' GERMANY ; .':'.? \ riLONDON, . Janiiarj. 5. An epidemic of influenza is raging in Germany, and the hospitals in Berlin are unable to cope with the demands on them. There are many cases in Britain also; but oo epidemic. ' ..The Health' Ministry has . warned the public and local authorities to take pre cautions.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REPUTATION OF THE DEAD Defence of Tolstoy [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

BEPUTAWNQFTHE DEAD Defence of Tolstoy By Lilian E Elliott Secretary. Tolstoy Soolsty, London In The Kegiater of October 9 last, Mr. A. T. Saunders wrote that he had 'lis- tened to a wireless talk about that arrant fraud and posturing humbug, Tolstoy, who, after haying lived a life of vice and debauchery, and thereby having worn him self out, pretended to have .reformed and to have renounced fleshly lusts, and pro fessed thereafter to have lived an. austere life and- that of a peasant, which was pretence and hypocrisy.' As secretary ..of the Tolstoy Society, .1 would like to correct a few of the-ncre obvious errors in the remarks made by Mr. Saunders. , Tolstoy was born in 1828. He married in 1862, and died in 1910, at the age ot 82, never having been, unfaithful to big wife arid having been remarkably active and vigorous till the last. decade of his life. To speak of him as having 'worn himself out by vice and debauchery' is, therefore, to misrepresent the well-known facts of the ca...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PRISONER ESCAPED From Long Bay Penitentiary SYDNEY. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

PRISONER ESCAPED From Lonf B*jr Penitentiary SYDNEY. Sunday. William McDonald, a connnee at Xiong Bay Penitentiary, who escaped on Satur day afternoon, had not been recaptured -no Klin Inta riAtir .-rpflt/.rrlnv-.'riiit ? th(*- r^riHAIl officials think, that he' *ill.eifherbe eataght very nobri or will give himself up. ? 'McDonald itfai confined' at Long BaJ for failure to fulfil a Magistrate's order for the maintenance of his- Wife: - Corifinecs ol that claBs are' alloyed' certain' privileges denied criminals, qhd arc- set to work in the prison farm and- similar work outside the jail proper, but. within the walls ok the penitentiary. ... . On Saturday , afternopn McDonald had been employed' in' unpacking epine' furni- ture for otic qf the .officers, of tne' peni tentiary. He had' Completed the task and was being escorted back to iis quarters by a warder when he' asked . the latter for permission to. retire 'for a moment. . ''?- . JfcDonaid, however, did not 'return,, and it , is. ....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
QUEENSLAND FLOODS Railway Bridges Submerged BRISBANE. Sunday. I [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

QUEENSLAND FLOODS Railway Bridges Submerged . ?'.: ?':'.: .BRISBANE. Snndav. . Torrential ram- ..leu. at, Uardwcll last night,, 317 jp'intg )-ejng; registered until 9 o'clock., this. morning^ .'?. .'Tully 'registered 15 inches ,'for 48 hours, and the, water at 7 o clock to-night wae ISlfeet'ovier the '/rails' of ^ the railwaj briilge. The. water, which.Js still, rising, has' broken the. rsauthern *banktv;'ofj'the river, and is sprea'dirjg towards 'EuranwJ. At 8i30 to-night it was reported -.'to i be running down . the'rosS in front oi hunter's store at Euramo, . '?,',?;?'!, \ , Light rain has fallen in Tully to'-daj and isolated showers in'Cai-dweli to-nigSt The conditions are- threatening.' ', '? ? '\ Flood watcrs'are^owiit. 6 in. deep on the BeUcnden Plain,,, having risen .'?'f,t. since Saturday afternoon. iTo-nighy.tit wafer, stretched .'as, far as-.the' 'cy.e'..could see towards Tully.' The river at .5 o'clock this afternoon', was', .7 'hi over . the . raiU oh the ' Herberl.Ttai...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DECIMAL SYSTEM Should Australia Adopt It? Sir Mark Sheldon's Suggestion [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

DECIMAL SYSTEM Should Anstr^a_ Adopt It? Sir Mark Sheldon's Suggestion While there is general- agreement thit the Introduction of the dtcl mal system to Australia would bt advantageous In many ways, thert f Is not the same unanimity concern-. 7 Ini Sir Mark Sheldon's reported estimate of Us benefit. For example, Mr. F.'G. Biaggini; a leo tufer in economics at the Adelaide Uni rersity, rather fears that 8ir Mark,' astute iian of business that he is, was not cor ceelly. reported in Sydney on his statement tlia.f.' 'Australia. was at a disadvantage of 15. or 20 per cent., compared with America md Canada, through not having adopted the' decimal system. . /?It possibly is true,' states Mr. Biag jini, 'that Australia is at a 15 or 20 per cent, disadvantage with the countries named; but I think it -is an exaggeration to- put that down wholly to lack of the decimal system, and I cannot imagine Sir Mark Sheldon saying that. The pros perity of a country depends upon so many factors that' whil...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANOTHER OUTRAGE IN NORTH AUSTRALIA. NATIVES ATTACK BLACK TRACKER. MAN SERIOUSLY WOUNDED WITH AXE, AND LEFT FOR DEAD. ATTACKER AND LUBRA ESCAPE WITH ARMS [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

ANOTHER OUTRAGE IN NORTH NATIVES ATTACK BLACK CRACKER. HAN SERIOUSLY WOUNDED WITH AXE, AND LEFT FOUDEAD. ATTACKER AND LUBRA ESCAPE WITH ARMS (By the Special Representative of The Register.) Another outrage has occurred in Northern Australia, a native outlaw, named George, and his lubra having attacked a black tracker wih ta tomahawk and left him for dead It is not expected that the 'tracker will recover. The out law and his lubra have escaped to the bush with arms. When the savage attack was made, the outlaw was held by the trackers. for an attempt to assault a miner. Other recent outrages in North Australia are the murder of Harry Henty, a returned soldier settler, and George Brooks, a station-owner It is alleged that the policei shot 1 7 natives in attempting to arrest the murderer of Brooks, and a Board is now in the district enquiring into the allegations. . ..V .'ALICE SPRINGS, Sunday. A_, -mica miner named Sellen, who'' arrived here last night, brought a. story of an attempted...

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BRITISH GENERAL ELECTION . Increased Expenses Likely LONDON. January 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

^RfrKH^GBNERAI/ EXACTION '.:?? . : Increased Expenses Likely LONDON. Januarv 5. Ihe political' parties in Britain realize that the general election expected on June 10 will cost enormously ' more -than the previous one, owing to 5,245,000 new names being registered. It is expected that at last 1,600 candidates will offer themselves, and that their expenses' are likely to aggregate £1,250,000. . . ?

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