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DEATH IN WASHHOUSE Ethelton Resident Found Hanging [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

DEATH IN WASHHOUSE Ethelton Resident Found Hanging On Sunday morning Mr. Henry William Heeren (50), labourer, of Kellett street (Davington), Ethelton, was found dead, hanging from a door knob in a wash- house at his home. It is understood that he was married only last February. He was living with his wife and her family. He rose about 5.15 a.m. on Sunday, and when his wife and stepson, Mr. Ernest R. Matthews, got up at 8.30 a.m., he was not to be seen. Subsequently Mr. Matthews   had occasion to go to the wash-house, and finding the door locked, he went round and looked through a window, and saw his stepfather crouched behind the locked door. He broke the window and got into the washhouse, and found his stepfather had a slip-knotted rope round his neck at- tached at the end to the door knob, which was about 4 ft. from the ground, and that he was dead, apparently from hanging. Owing to the short distance of the knob from the ground, the man had to adopt a crouching posit...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WEST TORRENS V. COLTS Hepworth 98 Not Out [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

WEST TORRENS V. COLTS Henworth 98 Not Out West Torrens batted first in the 'match at Tlieimrton against' Colts on Saturday, and at the close of the day's play, had ennreA 'Wi riinn for the I08B of eiaht riCKeis; ? Jl. jjriuKiuau --:u|juiiu/, nuv « in Melbourne, ' and A. Smith (viceca*. tain), who is on a business trip to the west, were not available for -West. Tor rens. R. 6. Hitchcox was selected cap iain. Colts fielded a different team from iheir usual Bide in consequence of a num Der of the players who will be absent with the Colts team in Western Australia when the match is concluded. Williams had an lttack of ptomaine poisoning, and could iot play. The reserve, R. Reid, took his olace. The Colts1 coach and captain, F. i£. Gould, who will also be away with the ?earn in Western Australia, will not bat, but- fielded in place of Reid in order that le could lead the side. The principal feature of the 'batting was the succesa of D. Hepworth, he is only about 17 years vif, ige, and fo...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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UNIVERSITY AGAINST STURT Students Dismissed For 167 [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

UNIVERSITY AGAINST STURT Students Ksnussea F^or 167 ?at the; University Oval'-R. V Prid mo^. /University) won the foss^dde J. uia 13 the fifth. occasion he. him liokn „..„ l v- .???-???- ???«: wiD'-uiu season nnlv losing it against Colts. '''on. only owing , to Jlarshair/.Sangster, an^ \VMaf. mU '{!* mi avlulaWe. - the last' 't*o having been,geleeted' ta play'in V?e£m Australia, wjth^thfe- Colte. ? Alwand™ scored off the first over. Downev -waa bowled by Bartlett, with the fourth bal le received University met further fcte£ a fe,W baI -Is hte£- wl« Hone £n'ed.for a sl-ort single. Mr. P. Hutton fielded smartly, ana threw the wicket down' from mid-on. with Alexander about a yard out. After scoring 15 by ..attrac tive cricket - G L L. Bayly'played Wit i,lxf II';and.B«y'j;ran for an easy1 single, but Hone did not leave his wicket. Foster returned to Selth with both batsmen at tne one end. Hone was much in. error in ?n?.?°n-iTg' and hBd caused both run ?t-c 11-e]BC°rc mounted steadily. H...

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

'- ENGLAND LEADS IN . ^RUBBERS' ? -ifligland 'has 'now won {the .rubber, 'iz times to Australia's 10t' counting from' the time 'tha'(;-;ithjrW: or' more'-'matches- have been played in a season. A Bumraaryrof the.'flgul'es.4h6Ws'tllat;'althoiigh. winning fewer rubbers, Australia has. won .most matches':— *? ?' . ? ?.??.',. '?' ' . ?'? .) ? ' ? . 'Mtchs, Eng..Aust. \* . ? .' Pld:Won.Won.Dn,' In Australia-'.'', ,. .,' 65 '27- 3ft' .^'2 In England ;; ».'-,'. '52. / 18 ' ?.11-23. Totals ; ;. ,;,y ^.^UTy.:;^:--- 47 -' 25

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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"MATCH THROWN AWAY" Clem Hill Says—Length Bowlers are Wanted [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

^TCH THROWN aeiiHiDSays Leiigth Bowlers are Wanted 'It was piost disappointing to be beaten like that. The match, was thrown away.' Thui said Mr. Clem 'Hill, who returned from Melbourne : yesterday after having viewed the third test match. 'On Thursday Australia had 327 on:, the ilate,' said Mr. Hill, 'and there were still two wickets to fall, and 'the wicket ras crumblinig. We all knew that Eng land would have to fight for the run?, ind the- odds were two to one on Aus tralia. .--.-: ? . '. ' ??:-. ?? ' ??' ' 'At 12 o'clock on Friday, after -heavy rain',, we realized that England would: have to bat on a sticky wicket— and there' is 10 nastier. wicket than that at Melbourne. After lunch on Friday, when Hobbs and Sutcliffe ?; went into bat; they reckoned that if the side, got 150 runs, England would be lucky. Chapman1 himself admitted that to me.' ?.':?? . ? . .. -s ;,''? '-- ??? NOT 100 TO I CHANCE . 'fWhen'our bowlers saw the wicket they evidently thought all . that : was necessary...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TRADE, FINANCE, AND MINING TRADE TOPICS BRITISH PRICES [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

inw||g|||^ TRADE TOPICS BRITISH PRICES 'With respect to wholesale commodity prices and' fluctuations. 5n . Great -Britain, The EconoroisfB-reviaed methods of cal culating the index numbers- make the ave rage prices for the 'year VJ27 equal_ to 100 for. each group of commodities, giving- the following, geometric averages for Decem ber, 1928:— Cereals anil meat, 97.6; other food products/ 905; textiles; 101,7; minfr rals, M.I; ?miscellaneous .(rubber,-, timber; oils, &c.),-.91.4. The complete index' .num ber is 95.,' , . :, /. . I.'' ( . . . NORTH MOUNT FARRELL The directors o2 the ' North' Mount Farrell announce. that' Mr. W. , J. Doran hag been appointed ?general manager of the company, in succession to;JIr...r. ii. Jorgensen, who has -resigned on -account . of .-ill. health. -, , . SCOTTISH AUSTRALIAN INVEST «?-..? ? . ...- MENT . , ? : ?;; Net. profits of the Scottish 'Australian .Investment .Company, for the year ended .June 30 amounted to £140^ (against £89,974 for 1926-...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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RUBBER INDUSTRY. Amalgamation Nearly Achieved. MELBOURNE. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

RUBBER INDUSTRY. Amalgamation Nearly Achieved. .' ? - MELBOURNE. Sundav. Negotiations carried on for a long time for a. close ' buBiness association of the Dunlop, Perdriau, and Barnet Glass Rub ber Companies a\e apparently / being brought to a succesifur close.1 Some.ot the most active spirits in the Dunlop or ganization hold that the right course fpr those interested in a given trade is to link up in such. a way as to achieve a large outpnt at the lowest possible cost com patible, with the maintenance of a. high standard: .Such, a programme': involve! cutting out :all overlapping branches of manufacture, ' combination in. purchasing, and' effective -handling of selling' arrange ments. .... j ' ' ? ?'-'. '.'.' Last, year was one of much anxiety. Those -who made the largest profits;, were makers who had decided to buy raw mate-, rials in-' a hand-to-mouth way,. and -the falling' market favoured a policy of the kind. ' * As^Jmatters stand, rubber. appears to be itf the bottom of the-...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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COASTAL SHIPPING CLAUSES Tariff Board Too Busy to Enquire Yet CANBERRA. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

COASTAL SHIPPING CLAUSES Tariff Board .loo Busy, to Enquire Yet - , ??'? : CANBERRA- Satm-aaV.'- .ine-iTnnfr Minister -in- his policyspeech at Dandenbng announced that the -coastal clauses 'of. the .Navigation Act would Tie repealed.- v.jfiv Brace -theri/said that: m lieu' thereof, protection -would be. given through tariff ^provisions to vessels com plying wiflTAustralian* standards of wages and hung tonditions: lie further- indi- cated tHat the 'proposed change of method of 'the \ protection of' Australian shipping would be submitted : to the Tariff Board for enquiry nnd report. . - . ? The Minister for Trade -and Customs (Mr Gullett) announced -to-day that the matter had now been referred to the Tariff Boari}. l The-board, he said, had been asked to enquire into and report .upon the practica bility and desirability of varying the form of -protection now afforded to Australian shipping by the coastal clauses of the Navigation Act. . THE REFERENCE ' The- means of a new. form of pro...

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WILL LONGSTAFF His Latest Picture LONDON. December 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

WILL LONGSTAFF Hi$y Latest Picture By 1; Watson LONDON.' December 3. 1. have; been privileged to be among tne first to view Capt.Will Longetaff'a new pic ture, -'The' Immortal Shrine,' a companion work to'/'The Ghosts of Menin Gate,'pre- lented . tot Australia by Lord . WoOlaving ,on. . ' This is his finest' achievement, .'arid vith.it ie takes his place high among the -ost-war artists, whose work: counts.' '. It is, of the works which Longstaff has jet completed, the most finely balanced ind conceived, the most emotionally in 'ormed. The. scene is Whitehall at mid light on Armistice Sunday. 'The Im mortal Shrine'. stands to the left of tho :anvas, shining whitely in the street lamps ind the light of the moon flooding a itormy sky. It has been raining, and the pavements gleam with a mournful reful jence. ' On eitheri Bide rise the' black out lines of Government offices.' Whitehall, deserted by for a 'solitary wandering mor tal, ' looks like the street of some city stricken with the ...

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

Weddine 'Burlesque' Sir— 'Oyez' was quite correct in using the word 'burlesque,' for, although Mr. Ward called the act 'artistry,' the Wur litzer 'burlesqued' the voices of the bride which caused - roars of laughter. t«tt with five musical friends, who were em phatic- in their opinion as regards the ' inartistic rendering of the Wagner and Mendelssoha marches, and. dubbed ths wedding scene 'silly.' 'Anglican,' like myself, resented it.. ' ' ' I ^. have never before teen '» 'comic' wedding filmed with, 'altars' with candles, priests in , robes, and tht bridal pair kneeling. I should have been glad of a little deafness during the blara and thunder of the war music; there -was too much of. it. My only grudge against r the management is, I hope, an imaginary one— the fear that the'Wurlitzer may eventually1 supersede Mr. Cade's fine orchestra.— I am. Sir, 4c, L. HINES (alias ?Anon.'). r

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ANOTHER REGENT SUCCESS Fine British Films [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

ANOTHER REGENT SUCCESS Noteworthy;, among - the many ? things which' the Refrent management has demonstrated -to .Adelaidsans . is the ex cellence o£ British £lms. . 'Further Ad ventures Oi me rjag .uicuicuimv, ?» — ?? Ush- Dominions film; throws wit -its chal lenge to Hollywood. .There is. ntf. country on earth.. which can possibly know how to film a naval occasion as well as Bri tain does, and in. .this latest, acquisition c-f'the Regent one has a glimpse of the tact and forbearance which England dis played in the Chinese tunnOil, even though insults and dangers were heaped upon her subjects by the yellow mobs. It is typically modest, all-in-the-day's-work British, with plenty of laughs, good rugged honest types for its characters, and i plot and a heart interest which offer a refreshing change from the too' frequent, long-drawn-out dramas. The foreign emissaries who, through the nedium of a Chinese landryrnan stole the lecret emergency orders from the British lagship at Shanghai,...

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

PERSONAL '?* Rr. C. E.' Dofiin& one of the Australian Eleven cricket ^electors, returned to Ade laide, by, ;tbe -Melbourne express on Sun- day.t.v.... ' v' ? Mr.- P. 'K-.Cherry, Railways inaustrial officer, ? returned: from, MelbpuiHtby the express yesterday morning.' Hon. Sir David Gordon, M.L.C., was a poasenger-by -the express for -Melbourne yesterday afternoon. ? ' ? 'S ?'?,-?/? ??!?' '??.'' ??''? '/ ; ?? ?,?' ???? ]_ ?M^.^'TJ7-?'White, Tnsnager -for; the Mos. covitch company, passed through' Adelaide on Sunday night by the -Esst-West ex press, en route fpr Melbourne. Mr. White; who is atf accomplished linguist, acted as .interpreter for Williamson's Italian Opera Company during its stay in Australia. ' Mr. Clifton R. Penny, one of Sydney's leading- criminal lawyers,- who has been ' ?pending a holiday in Western Australia, was a passenger by the East-West express, which arrived in Adelaide from Perth on Sunday night. Mr. .M. Davies, managing director of Speedways, Limite...

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The Register ADELAIDE: MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 1929. TROUBLE ON THE BACK STAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

lie J^llifc ADELAIDE: MONDAY, JANUARY 7* 1929. TROUBLE ON THE BACK ; ..?' ? STAIRS. - It seems not improbable- that the congress: of the notorious ? 'Pan-Pacific Secretariat, to- be held in Vladivostock in .August, will strongly suggest an amateurish presentation of .'.'Hamlet' without the ghost. Australia, in' the negative rendering of. a familiar phrase, will not be th'ere! '' It maybe objected, of course, that the absence of the, half dozen delegates invited from1 this coun try, will not .necessarily render the con ference more -abortive flian it-is likely to be in any case ; and. that' the 'attend- dance -of .the Australian brethren is not wholly vital to the assured harmony of that, miscellaneous group ' of Oriental fanatics' which will assemble under the amiable aegis of 'the All-RuBsian Coun cil of Trade Unions, to talk in divers mutually unintelligible tongues of war, imperialism, and the violent breaking down of racial and class barriers. Since* when, some sceptic may ask, ...

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SPORT OVERSEAS- Success for "Tiger" Payne NEW YORK, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

?SPORT OVERSEAS Success for 'Tiger' Payne ...-?: :.;. NEW YORK: Jannftrt :B Tiger Payne, the Australian, won 'with a technical knockout in -the ninth: round of a 10-round bout with Dijo Doman,. the Los Angeles heavyweight, on Saturday evening. , '. . . .. ;; .':'- DAVIS WELL AHEADj: ?LONDON, January U. In the - billiards match between Davii and Lindrrrm; the 'former is well ahead. When playlcJo'e^ito^ighVtte scores were: —Davis'- (m- play)', 11^5;; lindrmni 3,0J6.

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COMMERCIAL CABLES SILVER. LONDON. January 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

(»llMto SILVER. -; ='?: 'A .??'' : LliONDON. ? January . 4. i - Silver is quoted at-2/2 5-16 per oz. on spot and 2/21 forward. \ ? : : . FOREIGN EXCHANGE RATES. Current rates of foreign exchange on London are Bhown, with' parity first:— Paris, 02121. (francs to £1)— 124.09. Montreal, 4X81 (dpllahrto^£l)-4.86I; ' few-York, 4.867 (dollars to £})-4.85 5-32. Ihissels, 35.00 (belga to £1)— 34.89. Geneva,- 22525 (francs to £1)— 25.19. Milan, 92.48 (lire to £l)-92.655. Amsterdam, 12.11 (florins to £1)— 12.073-' Berlin, 20.43 (reichmarks to £1)— 20.38. Stockholm, 18.15 (kroner to £1)— 18.13. Copenhagen,. 18.15. (kroner to £1)— 18.18. Oslo, 18.15 (kroner to £1) — 18.19. Vienna, 34.585 (schillings to. £l)-34.455. Prague, 24.02 (kroner to' £1)— 163J. Iclsingfors; W223 (P marks to £1)— 193. Madrid, 22.225 (pesetas to £1)— 29.735. Lisbon, 4.50 (escudbs to' £1)— 108. Athens, 375 (drachmae to £1)— 315. : Bucharest, 25.255 (lei to £l)-882.5. Batavia, 12.107 (guilders, to £1)^-131091. . Rio de Janie...

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

'WiM^MMEF^^ To load general cargo for Continental ports the German motor ship Heidelburg will return 'to' Port Adelaide on February 18. to the agency of, George Wills & Co., -.united. Taking, passengers and general cargo, the nterstate: .passenger ' steamer Katoomba ailed from ?Fremaritle'on Saturday, It is anticipattfd that the American iteamer.'Hurunui -will' now arrive, from Jew ' VTork : . on.- .' January . ;14. ! She' '' will lischorge, a quantity qi . general cargo. to .he agency, of Elder, Smith, & Co., limited. ' ' .?'.?'. . With: a full cargo of eugar 'from Towns ?ille '.the Adelaide Steam Bhip Companrs iteamer -Dflga ? is expected- to-day. HM.8; Cafliay (R: H.' Griffen, captain) -erthed:.'ai . Outer .Harbour on Sunday norrting, c'urying .mails, -.passengers,, and ?50 tons ; of general cargo. She will, con ;inue-. her .voyage to the eastern States' hi8t morning.. ' ? ; ' ? From' the latest' advice the agents; Seorge W-Hs & Co. Limited; have re ?eived...

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

MAIL NOTICES ? Oversell and ipecljl malls will dose at the General. Post Office. Adelaide, as shown here trader:— , ' . . . . . ? UNITED KINGDOM, CONTINENT, EGYPT, INDIA, SINGAPORE (Orama), due London Feb ruary 9.— Parcels— Wednesday, January 9—1 p.m. Money Orders — Wednesdsy, January 9 — 4 p.m. Newspapers and . Packets — Wednesdsy, January 9— 6 p.m. Letters, and Commercial 'ackeU— Thursday, January 10 — 10.30 a.m. (late lee, 12 noon). Supplementary, via Frt mantle.— Registered Letters— Thursday, January 10— fl ^p.m. Letters and Commercial Papers Friday, January 11—8.30 a.m. (late lee, Ade laide Railway Station,' 9.45 a.m.). Later Mails to United Kingdom— Latest closing dates:— ;Via Suei (Narkunda). — Friday, January 18 (due London February 16). Via Suez (Oster ley).— Friday, January 26 (due London February 23). . Via. Suei (Cathay).— Friday, February 1 due London March 2). Via Suez (Orsova).— Fji-. asy, Ptbrnary 8 (due London March 9. Via Suez Mooltan). — ^Friday, February IS (due ...

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QUIET AT RABAUL MOST OF THE NATIVES RETURNED Trouble Purely Local CANBERRA, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

(iimlTRABAil Trouble Purely Local ' . - CANBERRA, Sunday. ?; Any uneasiness created by the recent reports of native disturbances' in New Guinea : should be allayed by the radio message received in Sydney by Brig.-Gcn. Wjsdom (aominiBtrator ot the xemtoryj from the . Deputy-Administrator at Rabaul. The message reads as follows:— 'Arrangements were made for policing the 'town, yesterday with 20 police officers end special warrant officers and U special - constables. . ' During the night motor. patrols and posts were manned by white officers. No native police were used on the patrols; but they were kept at the barracks, except a few loyal men, who. were .used on minor, fixed duties. ' ' 90 PER CENT, RETURNED v ''The 4 town waa completely quiet duri. ing the night, and there, were no inci dents. Most of the . 2)500 natives con cerned, had returned to the lines by yes terday evening, and this morning roll calls throughout the town show . more than SO per jCenl. at the musters at least. O...

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BLUE MOUNTAINS FIRES Progress Stayed by Rain Burning in Other Districts SYDNEY. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

BLUE MOUNTAINS FIRES ? * is* * Progress Stayed by Rain Burning in Other Districts SYDNEY, Sunday. Most of the danger from bush fires, which threatened in different parts of the State at the end of the week, has passed for the time h^tnv A Cooler conditions throughout the - State have followed the southerly change, which reached. Sydney; on Friday, night. The forecast, however, is not particularly hopeful, as, apart from scattered showers md thunderstorms,, there appears' to be no prospect of rain. The forecast also indicates that conditions, to-morrow, 'will again be hot and- sultry, bo that there' is a danger that many of the fires, which at present are sulking, -will be renewed/ The danger cannot be regarded as past.1 ? in the blue' mountains; ;? ? Rain fell to-day on . parts of : the ' Blue Mountains, which, : during- Thursday : -and Friday, were denuded by disastrous .fires. This has resulted in then: progress being stayed. The whole' of the 'mountains area was reported, yesterd...

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TO THE EDITOR The Adelaide Test Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

JO THE EDITpJfr? TTie Adelaide Test Match, Sir— Seeing that -we Mve io»t. ine ashes, 'no' good can now': be done by sticking to several of our .players who .-?rp nnst their rjrimc. ^especially as we want to buiW up, a mar tor me-uc»»:-fu(»- »? iish tour. I would fherefore «igge»t the following team for the Adelaide test -(a real Australian Elwen, ttith every StaU represented): — .-??.. WoodfuU (V.) (capt.). O'Connor (OX ?ritchard (S.AJ. Hooker (N^.W.)- Cipnax (K.8.W.). Williami (8.A.). ? Bradman (N.S.W.). ^^fr-j^'4'}i a'BedkettjV.). ' Horrocto -(WJt.V-v ? Ebeling (V.). Scaife (V.).12th.; . ? This team has youth on lU wde, aao - the bowling or fielding could not be any worse than those of the two' previbM teams.; In fact, after seeing the; first test, I am. inclined to think Ihe fielding,; with the exception of Ponsford in tht outfield, would show a hundred per cent, improvement. The batting looks quite a* good, if not better. I have . included Pritchard as a left-hander to open with...

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