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40-HOURS WEEK Union Officials' Position. NO MANDATORY POLICY [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

40-inH)Rg WEEK Union Officials' Position. . , NO MANDATORY POLICY ' Chatting on Saturday morning over tne decision of the Trades and Labour Coun cil to make a 40-hour« week one of the miestionn for discussion by the Industrial Peace 'Conference, the- secretary o! tne council (Mr. T. P. Howard) said that had not become a mandatory policy for union officials. That decision did not bind him, even as the council's chief executive . offi cer, to advocate or support a 40-hours week. All that had been done was to make it a natter for discussion. ' . The secretary of the Federated Engine Drivers and Firemen's Association (Mr.-L. Sampson) said he had been an advocate of a 40-hours week for the last seven years. He had opposed 44 hours for engine drivers on the ground that its inetitution would not give the., men more recreation; but would involve an increased burden on in dustry. because every member of the as sociation would have to be. paid fpr four hours' overtime each week. It was more p...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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BURSARIES Government and A. H. Peake Awards. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

BtJRSAEIESV Government and A. H. Peake Awards. ! . The JliniateC of. Education (Hon. M. Mclntosh) has awarded Government bur saries to the undermentioned candidates, provided they have passed the -examina- tion oj. tue jruuiic r.Minuiauion jioara in the subjects specified as necesasry. .by the faculty, in which they desire to study, and produce satisfactory proof of age: — . : ARCHIBALD HENRY PEAKE BUR SARY.— Colin K. Grant, St. Peter's Col lege (engineering). . GOVERNMENT BURSARIES.Theo dor S. Dorsch, Prince Alfred College (arts); John J. Smith, St. Peter's College (law) ; Oscar C. Isaacheen. St. Peter's College (law): Frank W. Close, Adelaide High fcchool (science); Thomas D.' Kelly, ChriV tian Brothers' College (medicine); John J. Bray, St. Peter's College (law); Fred erick- V. Gray, St. Peter's College (medi cine)- John 8. Padman. St. Peter's 'Col- lege (arts); David L.-Dowie,' Adelaide High School (science); Frances M. Walsh, Cou vent of Mercy, Angas street (arts). SHELL SCHOLA...

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TRADES AND LABOUR. UNION MEETINGS TO-NIGHT AUSTRALIAN BOOT AUSTRALIAN ENGINEERS COACHMAKERS' FEDERATION [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

TRADES AND LABOUR. UNION MEETINGS TO-NIGHT AUSTRAUANBOOT TRADES AUSTRALASIAN ENGINEERS ' COACHMAKERS^FEDERATION C The secretary of the '. federated Coach* makers' Union (Mr.- S. G. White) will leave Adelaide for Sydney next Tuesday afternoon ? He will.be awav for about. a fortnight attending'1 the Federal .confer snee!' -.-? '?? ???? - - ' ' '. . THE PALAIS TROUBLES ~ One.result Qf the difficulties of the. Float ing: Palais and its associated 'enterprise, iaid a union official on Saturday, will pro bably be a. demand by unions whose mem t-ers work tor semi-theatrical shows l'6r i guarantee of payment. It. was stated that, employes' wages up. to a certain unount were a first, charge . against the employers' assets; but there might be long delay in obtaining payment. In' the :ase of_the two palais probably there would be action to. attach known assets in de Eault of a satisfactory arrangement with the proprietor: but it was not expected that it would be necessary to invoke the law. ? ...

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

OUTSTANDING PERFORM ANCES; .'.,.. /BATTING D. Hepworth- (West- Torrens) .... 2*08 H.vE. Daw (Prospect). ? -. 98 IV.' S. Stirling (Kensington) ? 87 EL E. Whitfield (East Torrens) '.. .. 63 r. W. Ryinill (Kensington) .. ? 59 xNot out. ? '.-. ?.'? BOWLING L A. Carlton-.(Adelaide).. .. 6forv41 B. G. Bartlett- (Sturt) .. '... 4 for 16 C? Herbert (Glenelg) :. ..- ..-4 for $9 ff. L. .Williams (Port) ... .. ;.-??* for -110 EV. D. Foster (Sturt).'. .. ..? .-. 3 for.- 17 5. Palmer (Adelaide) .... (. ;-. 3 for 17 E. Dutton (Colts) ... ;. .. .. 3 for-.36 F. Collins (Port) .... .. ... .. 3 for 38 ENGLAND'S CENTURY MAKER Sutcliffe nearly run out, but gets home safely. ''?''? , .? . ENGLAND'S CENTURY MAKER Sutcliffe nearly run out, but gets home safely. ''?''? , .? .

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A PROSPECT RECOVERY Daw's Fide Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

A PROSPECT RECOVERY Daw's Fine innings. -? A large- crowd ''attended the Alberton -Oval/ wliere 1Jort: met- l'rospect. The ?^home team* were without lnkater (at Kiiraeoteh and. Deverson, who. is going to tne West wiva -me iukhum -?'»« team; The latter fielded ' all the after noon for Gilbert,, who did .not appear. Collins, a medium right-hand bowler with life and pace off the pitch, filled . Dever jbn's place, and secured a wicket with his first, ball in A grade, and made a 'splendid debut with 3 for 38. Waye came lack into-the team, and took a remarkable diving catch at point, while Morgan took the gloves. Pellew won the toes from [Williams, who led Port for the first time, and Ambler and LewS began_to Harden at the Cheltenham end, and Collins.- In the first ball of Collins's first over, he bowled Ambler, and in the same over appealed confidently against Lewis for ob struction? which was disallowed. The Mine player caught Smith off Harden, and 2 were down for 4. Peilew began care f...

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REVIEW OF THE PLAY 17 Years Old Boys To Fore [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

REVIEW OF THE PLAY 17 Years Old Boys To Fore - The performances In Saturday's cricket which stand out,. were those of ' Hepworth and Collins— — thn former with tha bat. and the lauer wun me Dan. inn hus are - only 17 -years of age. Hepworth was playing for West Torrens against Colts, 'and batted nearly all the afternoon for his 88 'not oiit. As, West Torrens have lost only 8 for 265, there is a chance that the young batsman will, reach his century when' the' game is resumed in a fortnight's time. Hepworth' went in first wicket down, and. by very, patient batting, whichv was chanceless, he assisted to, build up hit side's score. Had it not been for him, and .later on, Ward, the side might have . been out for a ? small total, because the pair put on 87 for the seventh wicket.' West Torrens were fortunate in meeting ColtsNrith a weakened bowling team. Beveral of the player* have been chosen to go to Perth, for the Colts Carnival, and a number bf juniors were promoted. Prominent among t...

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RACING IN PERTH Hint Wins at W.F.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

RACING IN PERTH Hint Win* at W.F.A, -PERTH, I Saturday. The WXT.0. annual meeting, was. concluded wlay In pleasant weather. ?' Besulte: — FRCMANTLE PLATE- ' :. . .' . 8Ix furlonai IERIU0H, by Scrcinond— Bambina, 8 st. . 8 ft. (a Bastlan) ....'...... ... 1 ladsrino, 7 st 12 ft. (8. Bowler) ..' .. 2 ?hreeanta, 7 st. 6 ft. (A. Armanasco) .. i Other . starters— Autobiography, Darieellng, [rowner. Eucslyn, Crystal Gaser, Crown Top. Betting— 3 to 1 sgst. CERIMON and Three nla^lO- to 1'- Nadarino.' Dividends for 10/— trajght'iut/KiSy; place, 16/,.l2 IS/, and Woh-.by one and a hall lengths, with' one nd a- quarter lengths between second and third, ime, 'I;I.S.-,' ' - ' ? 'Ji'.ilj''- -iOHOHAT|OH PLATE _ - 'or. three and four-year-cldi.' On* mile -and a , ; .._ .' ' furlongs ' _ ' : . _ lTUMLAD, by Autumn— Tepuia,..p st. 7 ft. lying Mils,™ st.'lO '».*(?.' T.''chandler) 2 'eigy Poet. 9 st. IS BV. {H.. BastBin) .... 3 iOthel dtarters— Coolbarro, Casperial, Miss instance. Prince' Nassau,- fcady ...

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YACHTING RACING AT PORT ADELAIDE [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

^^W^' RACINQ AT PORT ADELAIDE Under the auspices ot tne rorc Aoeiaiae 3au og Club,' two sailing races ~weri- teld on Satur ay afternoon. A fresh south-westerly breeze was ilowing. The first event, at 1.65, was for the ?cadet' dinghies, the trophy being the Magpie 3up,' presented by Mr. and Mrs. J.VP. Clausen, [he following boats started:— Eva -May, Wonga, ilagple. Cygnet, Sunflower, and Ivy. All got iway to a good start, and at the rounding buoy, raly 17 seconds separated the boats,: tbc -times, -t rounding being: — Sunflower, 3.20.16; ,Ivy, 3.26.18; Wonga, 3.26.28; Magpie,', 3.20.S0i'Ew Uay and Cygnet, 3.20.32. On tho beat-.ro dlndward several changes took-.'place.^and.-it he finfch considerably more time- separated^ the »ats. The times recorded at the.unish.were: — Sunflower, 4.81.25; Eva-May; 4.81.30;1 Magpie, 1.31.60; .Cygnet. 4*2.45; -Ivy, 4.86.15; W'onga, 1.48.41. A protest. has ?been lodged by the klpper'of,th« 'Magpie agaiMt the Sunflower for in alleged Infringement of the s...

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CHAPMAN SUPREME BRILLIANT SPEEDWAY RIDING HANDICAP EVENT TO LITCH FIELD [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

CHAPMAN SUPREME BlkLIANT SPEEPWAY RIDING HANDICAP EVENT TO LJTCH HELD By Spaed King Jaclc (Jnapman and his 3J n.p. A.d.o. have been associated with several brilliant performances at the Speedway Eoyal. On Saturday night he established himself as absolute champion for the season by con ceding Irvine Jones, the New South Walea crack, the inside position in a mile match race,, and defeating him in pointless fashion. The time was 64 2-5s.— a remark able effort. The usual large attendance watched the motor cycle races, run under the direction of the officMs of the Motor Cycle Club of South Australia, acting for the South Australian Motor Sporting Club, Limited. There were 32 competitors for the four laps (one and a third milw) A Grade Han dicap event. Johnny Morey, a new AJ.S. rider at the'. speedway, drew parti cular attention to .himself by easily win ning the initial heat -from six seconds. He -had previously' performed well at Smithfield. Irvine Jones romped homn in his heat, having ...

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Racing In The Other States SAVADEEN'S FAST MILE EASY SANDOWN PARK WIN A DOUBLE TO J. O'BRIEN [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

Racing In Whe Other States SAVADEEN'S -FAST MILE EASY SANDfoyK PARK WIN A DOUBLE TOl J.'O'BRIENSi ^ The Argus prices of the winners, at Sandowo j'ark on Saturday were:— .'? ',* T.Y.O. Handicap— Mithrai, 8 to.J'igit.-: ' , Trial Welter.— Cim King, 10 to -9 on.'' ? ? Platt-^-Api*, * to 1 agsfc- ?-!.'????; ? Farlc Handicap. — Sandecn; 5 to 1' agst. Purse — Belawan, 5 to 2 agst; ?. Jumpers' Flat. — Coeur de Lion, 20 to 1 igat. MEL'BOfiAXE, Saturday. The Eandown Faik Racing Club held a meet ing to-day in fine weather.-' JtcaulU: — ' . , TW0-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP . . J Fire tolonps- . ? ! |; Sir. R. Beckinialc's tc StlTH&AS,' b'y Great ' Star— Sweet Marguerite, 9 st: (J.; Balilel*) 1 Mr. J. Kdmcnd's c.c Lord Lorat, 8 rt. i 1b. (A. Wilson) ? 2 Messra. Ihskien & BradAeld's br.c. Barjthon,' 8 at. 8 St.. allowed 5 ft. (A. Dewhunt) 2 vther startctt — Karobos, 8 it. 2 Ib.; allowed S ft. (R. Howes); Three Star, 7 8, allowed 7 (L. nealey); Halalle, 7 IS IT. Lewis); La Narcisu, 7 3. al...

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

Jead the Sporting Notes in jvery Friday's issue of The Register. Qeam of Yeast Smiles rHETHRiLLof drama, and the thrill of m^^Kffffc '% Sparkling Health ! Here we see the famous W? - ^H[ -jb '«3 Victor McLagleri and Nick Stuart, «' Fox' BL. -B J^ShM stars, in a scene. from 'the River Pirate.' WPW ^itoM. M& Here, we see -the whole-hearted smile o! WP^i. WKm§'% ^dvfeliT ,?;?„? *? Cream of Yeasr I. %*2j T^M 'Stmle of Health.' W^s^SS^ ^£$M2m )N THE RIGHT, Charles Morton and Sail, ^ttL^atf^VT^S nipM, two more Ssmouj Fox Plavers. whose gt-i^m^^fc** ~£'& i* *- m^rof?veli0fTSl*-v R?ri«^-tnd ??-^&^/fc ' * 1U1J « / Cream of Yeast a a favourite nick- (a&i&i$$$k*J W-tZ »T oe-up medicine and tonic with the film-starl fcr^VV§Sf'A. '** *' - rhose marvellous acting is ^^^^^Bs^ *sssssKt s another famous user of .^^HRR/^ &n!§lF'^sssssssssil JELOW^a happy inapo! w!w!lS^W '? ? 7 ofYeOStyoUX Sue Carol and: David V--W^^r W v/ **// /or Hot tallins; featured ...

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TROTTING Racing Resumed [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

/TROTTING Racing Resumed The S6aU»: Australian Trottmc Asiociation, which did .not conduct a meeting' during the holidays,. resumed- the series- of 'weekly fixtures on Saturday night ? at : Thebarton. ;.. There was a. good attendance. There were, some close finishes, and in the' mile' cvent^' the placed horses crossed the line almost on level terms. H Richter, who made his first appearance for the season, piloted his first mount! to, victory. There were nine runners in the lint race, the Novice Handicap. Mavis Borneo: made the . early paring, and was then supplanted by t Eye wood, which moved along at /an even gait, and won easily.. ' In. the' first heat of ,th« Thebarton Handicap. Mlp-ck kept'. the. other run ners going- jit. a good pace.- Lady^ .Eagle wai runnir.g-second, aba aFthe bell got up.tp-the leader, ?Khlch- thtiV tailed -off. Len Marvin then came with a fast run, and looked like winning, but, at the home turn, went np in the air and lost its chance.- . -.?'.-? In the seco...

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FROM LAST TO FIRST. Starpoi at Warwick Farm Spring to Greensil [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

FROM LAST TO FIRST; Starpoi at Warwick Farm .;?...:*-?-?.,.;?.? SXDKEr.'v«atarQaT. Race*', ?were ,held .at Warwick jrirm,; ^nlar ^ T^J MAIDEN! HANDIC^ £' ' iv-f'-' .- Fb»t dirislon.'jy-1,'- ??-!' . , ' !.'i''v ???'?. Six furlongi^w. ?~-i-;\; Mr?:J: '-Wren's b.m., PECnjnAAby.Ethloplan .? ^-Paper Money, 4 year»,,8^«t3.2 Ib. l^; ^ Mr^ A.' Boii's, 'b.f.V im\uA,'i ?'/«'. m*Tl 13 (B. Hunter); Yamtaeoona.TW -E. Bartle); J«ypore,.7 U (E..DH»)! *$*«**? § -s (J. McCarthy); ?Gainaay, 7 2 (D. Me Xainara), Hemophonr 7 -1. (J; MoBt); ^Stoi*. 7 1 (J. Baker); Postcard, 7 (A. Parr); Golden Tliree 7 4 TArVarcrman) : Singleton, 7 2 -(J. Finch); BubV Jay, 7 (F. Douglas). ? ^ Betting— 2 to 1 apt PECUSU, 5 to 1 .Sig nify 7 to 1 Merryrand. 8 to 1 Prince,. VJr- direr 12 to 1 'Willy K Dividends (fot. 10/)'— £1 3/, 15/, and 17/. .?.';. I Amount invested, £846 10/.. -.,-?' Nymls«* and Starllke were smartest .away, but Ptcuhia ran to the front at th^half nil. ?rom Maryland. Prince Verderer, WaUy JL. and SvmJwa...

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FIGHTING ALL THE WAY LONDON. January 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

FIGHTING ALL THE -; -WAT LONDON. Januarv 8. We' had to fight every inch of the way in this third game,' cabled Mr. Maurice Tate to Reynold's News. 'It was touch and go from start to finish, the sort of struggle in which cricketers revel, although it tires them. Do not forget to give a thought and a cheer for the gallant losers.' Mr. A. C. MacLaren writes to The Sun day- Times that Australia suffers for the moment through the younger players, while -some of her bowlers are lacking in experience of test cricket. Time will alter that. Australia will be hard to beat in the./ two last tests.' - .-' t. . STAPLES CONFIDENT OF TEST SUCCESS ' LONDON, January 4. S. ..J. Staples, who went. to Australia with; the English test team,,; but became ill and returned, hag arrived at his home towJV Nottingham. ?» In an interview, he paid a tribute to the sympathy extended to him by Aus tralians; and said that everything pos sible was done to restore him to health. He' added that Australia possessed on...

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

EGZENIAON Itched and Burned. Healed by CiiticnnL ' My trouble began with as Itching of the scalp which tnrned to ec'ifrria. The eczema itched asd burned and 1 had to scratch it Then' the sUn broke and it spread nearly all over my head, and mv hair started to £»'' out in (Satches. 'I suffered for aboot two years and tried other remedies but none g»ve me reliel I saw an advertise ment for Cuticara Soap and Ointment so I sentlpr a free sample and, after buying more, in 'a thon time was completely healed.' (Signed) Miss Eileen Hobart Thora, Bellinger River, N.S.W. Use Cudcura for all skin troubles. 5Ml-l-,T*lcaml-.3d,OintmtntIs.*Bd 2a. For tample Soap and Ointment *d dress: 'R. Towns 4Co..St4-«t.N.S.W.' SHT Caticara Shariac Stick la. 6d. TRAVE1XING FAST IS Or KO DEE UNLESS TOU'BK ON THB BIOHT BOAR lURJSTS' ROAD GUIDES SHOW THE WAY.

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ITALIANS FALL OUT OVER "INSULT" CONSUL CRITICISED PETITION FOR RECALL THREATENED SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

ITALIANS FALL - ODT OVEiT : . ''INSULT' ~ CONSUL CRITICISED PETITION FOR RECALL THREATENED SYDNEY. Sunday. . The 'conflicting opinions ex pressed- by the two Italian' news papers in Sydney throw an interest ing sidelight 'on the removal of the coat of arms from the Italian. Con sulate at Innisfail. , - : The action of the Consul-General for Italy (Mr. A. Grossardi) in reporting the incident to the Prime Minister . (Mr. Bruce), and to the Italian Government has-been resented by certain sections of the Italian community, who have threat ened to petition for his recall. A serious view of the happening is taken by The Corriere Degli Italian! in Aus tralia. '? ' : - OUTRAGEOUS ACT 'The outrageous act,' the paper states, 'reveals itself in all its significant gravity, and hits- deeply wounded the national feel ing of the entire Italian colony in the Innisfail district. It has created a grave state of ferment. We wish to state that he who committed the outrage,- whosoever be, is, had the s...

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TRUE TO TRADITION Hobbs and Sutcliffe Superb LONDON. January 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

TRUE TO ITiAm^ Hobbs and Sotcliffe Superb ' ' LONDON. January 4. Discussing the test match, Mr. P. F. IWarner writes in The Morning Post that |the news is almost too good to be true. 'After rain, people were told, the Endish inen would have an impossible task; but .true to their traditions, the opening men tatted as splendidly as on the Oval in iAugust, 1926. As the pitch should roll out well England ought to win by more than his prophecy, in making which he forgot the possibility of rain.: The greater .the difficulties to be faced the greater jwas-the determination of Hobbs and Sut eliffe; whose partnership in Melbourne .would lank above the others, . except on the- Oval in 1928. Hobbs was at' an age iwhen .naturally he showed eoine falling off; but- the occasion brought out his greatness.' Sntdiffe, as a back-to-the-wall bats man,' equalled hia partner. Every minute the., paic '.stayed in was momentous for England, and. every run they made was .worth a 'couple;.: It was superlativ...

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HOBBS AND SUTCLIFE HEROES OF DECIDING TEST HARD-FOUGHT MATCH OF THRILLS MACARTNEY SAYS HE THINKS RAIN WAS USEFUL TO ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

HOBBS AND SUTCLIFFE HEROES OF DECIDING TEST jW-PouGffl1 match of mills MCARTM SAYS HE THINKS RAIN WAS USEFUL ?^Wfnninp iheffvr&t, three testa in succession England has .- Yreiaxne&Ahe .ashesi' V v - ?''?' r : , ;r .}: ; ?,;;i:i '?/-.* ; ;?' ' . -The' 'third niatch, which, ended in Melbourhe-m Saturday, . tresulied'iri a win for England by three wickets?'; ^?'t:}^'J '.:?? ??:., - -??'It was a thrilling match. UobbsanasutaiJJeweremaimy ?responsible for England's: victory.: :_' : ?' -'; : _?;; . '??? . ? --. -^'Rarely' writes Mr. C. G. 'Maairtntiyi~una8Tthe:game see-sawed, id, much, and although England^wdn on^h&Vients, thel-home side: played' a sterling game.' ;.. , '. , r.v ^y; ? -- , ' . -.-The, ashes, were won by England in 1926, Austrdfa-ltimng ?heWiKem. from 1912 to thai 'date, hut. no. tests', wm^'-played. i/r(w»;i912:fo'192O because of.thp war. ' . ' .':-; .; ? ?^'! ;?...': ''. ; -^'MruClemrHiJl'says the Aifctr^h-'ibbwUn^'threw^tite 'match, await 'by not...

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

B GRADE WEST TORRENS -V.-- PORT ADELAIDE/' : ' . . ??;',-'-. west jN»BEi8:^ i : *;.'..; ; ''''??' ''''-' ''Finit/ttnuigi''.. £-;'* ;„',;.-?'« 3. Bernaldo.e. Ttrrdl ,0. Conole ..'. .. ..- 14 I. D. Stapley, l.tar.7 TC Terrell .?; ' . . . .' 5- s'. Smith, c. Gluyu, by Uunjtrd .. ... . ; 1g I. S.' Parry, b. Munyard ..'. .. ...;.-*. ''';-. -1» I. K.Hogon.run out ....,.?.-'.'.**..'';. ii; 1 C Rawllns,.c. Currie,-'*b. Vunyard [?.-t''V. . 0 V. Jape, run out ..''?'.? ;....'.. V.'».' 1 L li. Ujmsoti. not oat'.. . . .'.-.'. -..',.-. 8 J. Williams, c. McKay* b. Munjard :. .. S I I.ucT, b., Munyard ... .. .:. ,. .. .'.: 0 i. VThite. b'. Cunrie-;. .. ;.',. ..J.'.-1-..'. 10 ?Sundries .. ....,...'.. .. .. \.',; 19 Total :? ? ' ... ..)'.'. ;.. -...'.'.? ...?, 03 'Bowlin-;— TotoII, 1, for 1«; Conole. 1 for' !3; Munjurd, 5 for 88; T«Inab;.0.ior.7;--li-nie, [.far.ll.v--- *?' -'? .?'?*??? - -?' .,? ' -. , POET ADEU1DE ?-,.,? ~ .' First 'Inning! :.-'?' 7. Curtin, not out .. '.'.'.. .. .'. ..'. ., 3. V dl...

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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THREE CONSECUTIVE WINS THE ASHES RETAINED ENGLAND PROVED TO BE THE BETTER SIDE [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

THREE CONSECUTIVE WINS THE ASHES RETAINED ENGLAND : PROVED TO KE THE BETTER SIDE By winning the third test, match of the present series, England re tains the ashes, which- she captnrod when' the last team from Australia visited the. old country. The match was replete with thrills and the. interest was reflected in the. 'gate' and attendances, which beat all pro- - vious records. ? ? ' ,- -. ? ? ' MELBOTJKNE,. Sunday. Although the optimist,' remembering' the numerous occasions on which cricket -sur- prises have occurred at the termination of a big. game, had hopes that Australia might -score a win . even with all: the odds ?gainst her, the .large number of spectatore who witnessed the conclusion of the. test match were chiefly interested' to see how brnve a finishing fight would be made. That the win was only by three wickets wag considered a cause for' congratulation, and the applause that greeted- the making of the final run Was an indication of the appreciation of the public at th...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
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