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DOG'S NAME. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

DOG'S NAME. C r Old'-Lady— 'IiwahE' a* licence' for' my uo-!. ? . .. ?????? , -,-: ??-.?? Post1- Office Assistant— 'Tes,' 'madam. What name?'. :: ? : ' .- ':.?'--; . r/'Fido.' .; t ...;. . ?. ?-' ; '. ; =. ; i :-. '-?'-? '???.: ? -. -. ? . ' ',, '-''i' '. -. I

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
OPINION IN ENGLAND. Ding-Dong Fight Expected. LONDON, December 30 [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

OPINION IN ENGLAND. Ding-Dong Fight Expected. LONDCiN, December 30. As a result of the Australian batting in ' the third test match Clem Hill cable, that Australia g prospects have improved SO percent.. He gives a fine euloirr of nyaer, and adds that it is gratifying to fir.d that Australia has a captain capable of leading his side in a Teal fight'. The Australians, continues Hill, have at last realired that Larwood is not a demon bowler, as they thought at first. In a review of the play P. F. Warner writes that every one rejoices to sec Aus tralia again in the old fighting mood, and refusing to give in. He sees no reason why England should not win tb'e present match. . Lord Tennyson, in a long eulogy of the Australian recovery, declares that it is ? unybody's gaine. All over the world, he lays, cricketers are anticipating a ' ding dong fight.' In his opinion Freeman should replace White. Lord Tennyson won Jers why Australia perseveres with Grim mett, and sayg that Bettington should...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DISTRESSED MINERS. Lord Mayor's Fund, £346,000 LONDON, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

DISTRESSED MINERS Lord Mayor's Fund; LONDON December 31. Contributions continue to pour in to the Mansion House in response to the appeal by the Prince of Wales, broadcast on Christmas night, for gifts for. the Lord Mayor's fund on behalf' of distressed miners. '?'..' ': The gifts received on Saturday included a second donation of £1,000 from the City of Norwich, and of £1,200 from Wok ing. The' fund has reached a total of £346,000. , v

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GRATEFUL PEER. Gifts for Medical Education. LONDON, December 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

GRATEFUL PEER. Gifts for Medical Education. - LONDON. December 30. In giatitudo 'for hu escape from death or serious injury -n a motor- smash at Surbiton oh Friday last, when he, .his secretary,' and his 'chauffeur were ,»H (lightly hurt, Lord Beaverbrook Is distri boting £25,000. He - had already 'given £1,200 to the persons ? who ' rendered the. first assistance, including £1,000 to the local medical 'scht 1. ? He is offering £1,000 to the Surbiton Hospital,, and has asked the Prime Minister '(Mr. Baldwin) to distribute the remainder, chiefly to assist medical 'education.' - - '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

, ROSELLA BIG FIVE Plum. Date, Fig; Ginger, and Sultana Puddings. C3 - CANNOT BE EQUALLED! Rciona, the Rapid Healer for Scabs on the Head Stings of Insects, Abscesses, Boils. Rashes, and all Skin Diseases. Small size 1/6. Large size 3/. . 8 ^ . - TRAVELLING FAST B Of' NO C«E i'MESS »OU'Kt ON i ? THE BIGHT ROAD. ; TOURISTS' ROAD GUIDES SHOW THE -WAY.,

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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SIR DOUGLAS MAWSON. Returning to England. Antarctic Projects. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

SIR DOUGLAS MAWSON. Returning to England. Antarctic Projects. . Sir Douglas Maw son expects to , - leave Adelaide for ' Melbourne in a few: days, en route to; 'Kngland. The o\y\ ject of his voyage has not been dis- ? closed, , -but it is understood to be connected with bis' desire' '- 'to leadj . another '. -expedition, to : tHo Antarctic. His purpose is to ?, ?reach the. Antarctic late in ? the year, nn/^.if.lip ia able to ? obtain. the exploring vessel Discovery, as he had hoped, he will leave England soon after the middle of. the year. The Discovery. Sir Douglas'retiirned to -Adelaide from England- on 'September 29,.1928, after an absence of about nine months, during which he was engaged in; the 'preliminary arrangements for his proposed expedition. He endeavoured to obtain the' use of the auxiliary steamer 'Discovery, which had been used by the late Capt. Scott in Antarctic expeditions, but was not suc cessful at. the time., The Discovery, a wooden ship of 700 tons register, was...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WIFE CHARGED. Alleged Razor Slashing. PORT PIRIE. Monday [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

WIFE CHARGED. , Alleged Razor Slashing. POKC PmiE. Mondav' Jean McPherson Williamson will appear in the Port Pine. Police Court, on January I on., a -charge, of having inflicted grievous -odfly harm on her husband, George Wil liamson; at ? Charles street, Pirie West, an December 24. -. ? . . . . The woman is alleged to have slashed lier husband rwith a razor during an alter nation. He was taken to hospital with i deep gash over one knee. .

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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PORT AUGUSTA WEST (PICNIC) [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

PORT AUGUSTA WEST (PICNIC) w. on— COBUNNA* STAKES. -X.OV ' nve furlongs. ?';..? : st- ft. ??'..?' at ft. Delpbinus ... 9 12 Gumbale ... 84 Malcolm .... 8.18 Leonder .... » Varco Wynne. 8 12 Honest Mick .. 8. 4 Ajton Brook .,. 8 6 Molly . ... . 8 4 ?rldoon ,..'? - 8, .6. Aron Lass . .;; 8 Vaiori»ner Boj* i 8/ ',*?'? HettrH' . 'i.'.'.'.','.i'.. ? FauTBOy . .:. 8 4 Lucky Choice . B ? thunderbolt . . 8 4- llisir De Oama 8 1 Jn Oft— CARRIEWERLOO HANDICAP. . A.O\) ,, Five furlongs. Jean'iLuck .- . 11 0 Third EUp ..89 He1! Mine ... 10 2 fmlm . . . . 8 6 Pistol -Dodger .- 9.12 Strange Star . 8 6 Pueta '-. . . . . 9 10 Perualla . . . . 8 6 HaTlaniier . . 9 8 Bridooa . . 8 Molly Hawk . . 9'' 8 Anton Brook .8 1 Flbramel .... 9 0 Vanquithti Bo» 8 4 Rose Glen . . -.' 9 ' 6 Fair Boy . S 4 Iron Monarch . 9 4 Oumbale . . .8 Sir Creason A. 9 2.- Karawena . . 8 ? Delphinua . !'. 9 0 Silent Dick . 8 4 lose Princess . 9 0 Molly . . . . 8 4 Sari French .. 8 18 Winning 6t«v 8 4 Don Flora . . J 12 Lucky C...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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NORTH SHIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

NORTH SHIELDS. NEW YEAR ODJT HANDICAl ' ' --? bix furlongs. St. lb. - St. ft. Btglle .... 9 10 Scrapiron ... 7 11 Ipanish. Maid . 9 0 Little Willie . 7 9 5tmo».. . .'.8. ?»' Vintage ...... 7.8 Burnorm . . .'. 8 0 Udy Seal ..77 Aerial Ud '. . 7 13 Royal Signet' .77 ? NOTICE RACE. W.F.A. Burmental . . 8 12 Queen of Louth 8 11 Hake Haste . . 8 12 Jrish Pride ..83 Mirreen . . .8 12 Tosari .... 8 8 Vintage ';-. . .. 8 12 You Scamp ... 88 Waotunga Maid 8 12 Novana ..... 8 12 5 ? W. A. DORWARD HANDICAP. ?J One mile. . - Giggle .... 9 8 San Marco . . 7 13 Socntea .V. .-9 5 Euda . . . . ; 7 11 Good Whisky : 9 4 Aerial Ud . . 7 9 Spanish Maid . 8 13 Scrapiron .... 7 8 Kerlwyn . . . 8 10 King Kallf ..77 Ca'stleton . . . . 8 7 Yantanaby . . . t T 7 Hentmon. . .... 8 8 ? : - ;1 - flying auipioAP. ??.'.'. .?; . ? '. Five 'furlongs. panish Maid ' . ? 9 0 . Stage Seal . . 7 9 Mentmore . . .! 8 10 Little Willie ... 7 8 luroorm ' ' . '.' . 7 13 Udy 8eal ... 7 7 Atrtal LaO . . 1 M Rojal Signet . 1 1 ;...

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HANGING ROCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

) HANGING ROCK. . HANGING BOCK CUP. - ' One mile.' st. ft. . ? st ft. Retsacnal.- ... 8-9 Firebreak: .... 7 & 8tralla . . . . . 8 » Krfihna .... 7 4 Henglsf,. .; . 8 8 Slitrum . ... 7 0 Brigadier Bob . 8.6 -Telocette .... 7 0 Mountain Lion-. 8 0' Dookie -:'.../. 7 0 Head Hunter . . 8.0 Spark Gap ... - 7 0 Belawan . .'. V 7 11 Geeloog .'...- 7 0 Archtlaur. . . . 7 10 Udy Ruby ... 7 0 Jocularity , . . - 7. -? Bhw Vune . . . 8 7

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SOUTH BROKEN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

SOUTH BROKEN HILL -J JA— HANDICAP HURDLES. . J-.tfcV xwo snd s quarter milts. ' st ft. ....?,' at ft. Coonaralbt ... 11 6 Haroy .... 9 7 WestgtU . . . 10 10 Retrieve .. ..90 Bounty Lee . . 10 0 Weetlpen ... 9 0 KorasU . . . . 9 11 (i I K— NOTICE HANDICAP. . A.XO a, furionga. . Bay Amber - . . J- 0 Mema French . 8 S Betlport ... 8 9 Klgitha'a Son . 84 Lord Novar . . . 8 9 -Agtous . -.- . . 8 4 Doable Pop ? . 8 9 Turn tot tht ' Uim BtllncU; . . 8 « lid*.. ...Si Denny .... 8 8 Cockpit . . .82 Devaleen ... 8 5 Tolsonette . . . 7 7 Prince FUvoO. . 8 S O KK— NEW YEAR'S. HANDICAP. **'OO qm snd a quarter miles. Tong Bong .'» . 9 6 Pastado .... 8 - 2 AMedna .... 9 3 Prince Ramarco 80 Uaster The WeevU ... 7 12 MlrtbUlte . . . Ill Miss-James.. . 7 7 Korthaban ... 8 8 Salette ...'?. 7 7 Main Brake ... 8 6: Black Beauty . . 7.7 Tho Storm ? * ? B ? .?« Q Oft— f RIAL HANDICAP. O.OXJ Seven furlongs. Maraer . . . . 9 8 Coon' Song ,.715 Bring* .... 9 8 Oredus .... 7 11 Salette .... 8 2 Double Pop . ....

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FLEMIKGTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

FLEMINGTON. 1 9 Qft—HUBDLE RACE. ±*.O\) , ? two mUef.. .'?''' ':'?'? .'-. ':'st ft.-.-/- . :- . at ft: Migrant (1) . .11 0 Wanda King (8) 10 7 Fred Brawn (8) 11 3 Pixie Lad (6) .10 0 King's Path (8) 10 10 Not InfalUbls Mount Pleasant - (4) . . . . . 9 0 (7) .... 10 10 Fathom (5) ..8- 0 SirGfeam (1) . U I ... ,.' . . ; MIGRANT or FRED BEOWK. . [- 1 1 A— STANDISH HANDICAP. ' X.XV . Six {orlongs. ... Zanlbar (20). .96 Greenray (24) . 7 11. Claronga (11) . 8 11 Harry. Gavin (21) -, TuUius (S3) . 8 11 Inc. 7 lh. pen. 7 11 Aga Khan (15) 8 8 Star Warden tdjong (4), Inc. (12) .... 7 10 7 ft. pen. , 8 8 Field Artilleiy . , Lude Minrtte (S7). isc T (18) ... 8 8 ft. pen. ... 7 4 Switzerland (3) 8 8 Donate (22) .74 Oaronwy (14) .. Panee (28) . . 7 8 inc. 7 Ik. pen. 8 7 Isocrates (1) .7 8 The Wensum (8) Ticino (16) . . 7 0 inc. 7 ft. pen. 8 8 Fisilon (6) . . 7 0 Greener (10) .86 Bradbury (25) 613 Pamona (6) . . 8 3 Ceter (17) . , . 8 U Hawlck (8) . . 8 0 Apis (18) . ?; .. 8 .9 Lsdy Yarborough Fl...

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TO-DAY'S RACES. MORPHETTVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

TO-DAY'S - RAGES. MORPHETTVILLE. 1 Oft— BIBKALLA WELTEB. J-iOV Nine furlonga. it. ft. ?. '' ? - tit. 1b. Cadi Box (11) 8 II Pious* (W) . . | 1 Forglen (4) . . 8 10 Black Flag (1) 8 0 lHimpbleteer (8) 8 7 Euchat (18) . 8 0 Ambassador (6) 9 S EuphnaU (5) . 8 0 Burnaldes (15) 8 8 Impeccable (8) 8 0 Vadean (18) . 8 9, Kotano (7) . . 8 0 Sanpah (3) . . 8 9, Mary Spa (17) 8 0 Koani (2) . . 8 6 Bojal Lurk (12) 8 0 Trireme (16) .8 6 Stone Ginger Euburaia (10) 8 1 (IS) . .... 8 0 PAMPHLETEER .'. .. .. 1 i SANPAH .. ;. .... ... * !, NADEAN .. .. .. .. ... S .j ; ' 9 1 K— JOHN' BABKER STAKES (W.FJU). Zl.±O one t)I(i a quarter miles. Amnaoador (6) 8 8. Princtacre (») 8 0. Cheonn (2) .9 S) Anode (*) . . 8 11 Naseem (5) . . 8 0 ARSOCK ? 1 m ; CHEOSAN .-..-.;.?;.:? ..? ..' 2 . : n KK— HORE-RUTHTKf HASDIOAP. £l.OO. : Five inrlongi. \ Sonneteer (8).. 10 0. 8tar of Light Claude Dural -V*«; ' ' I i '(*)' .'.'.. 8 5 Yatala (8) ..78 VaUiaanne (5) 8 4 Pious Kate (Z) 7 5 Surumi (18) . . 8. 10 SUraJ. (W) ....

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NEEDLESS ALARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

NEEDLESS ALARM: ~ - 'Are you the plumber?' -asked Mrs. Jones. 'Yes, missus, I'm the plumber right enough,' answered the man. 'Well,' the lady replied, 'I want yon to exercise caution while 'doing yonr work in the house. ' AD my floors are highly polished and in perfect condition;' 'Oh, don't worry about me s'.ippin*. mum,' replied the ttlumber, '1 got me hob-nailed boots on.'. . ...-.„'.

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BEACH MYSTERY. Suicide or Murder. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

BEACH JfflraTERW Suicide or Murder. Was. Mr. CecU Henry Minard (56), a colonial produce merchant,' of 33 Claver dale jroad, Upper Tulse Hill, London, murdered or did he commit suicide? This was the point the jury had to con sider in sifting the dramatic evidecc* iven at the Hove inquest rceently on iinard, who was found dead on Hove Beach on Wednesday night last month, with his throat cut from ear to ear. The body had been in the water. It was stated that since he had been liven charge of. a firm with which he. had wen employed Minard appeared to find the extra responsibility too much for him'. Inspector W. L. Davis, of the Hove police, said that the body was found at 0.15 on Wednesday evening. On the sea wall, was found a blood-stained trilby bat, and later a razor was discovered lying near a large pool of blood. Inspector Davis described how he found what appeared to be a drag mark extend ing from the pool of blood 15 yards down le beach. It was as U a body had been1 dragged down ...

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J. PIKE SUSPENDED. Tattersalls President Retires. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

J. PKE SUSPENDED. Tattersalls President Retires. ? .' SYDNEY. Monday. J. E. Pike, one of the most accomplished lorsemen in -Australia, was suspended by the A.J.C. stipendiary stewards to-day, ollowine an enauirv into the interfer ence to Newsore in the Chisholm Handi »pa oh Boxing Day. The official report is, 'The adjourned enquiry into the in terference to Neweore, in the Chisholm Handicap was concluded.' After taking further evidence, the stewards found that the interference was caused by Green line (J. Pike), and they accordingly sus pended Pike for two months, as from De :ember 28, for careless riding.' It is seven years since Pike fell foul of the stewards. At the Spring Meeting In 1921, he wag suspended for three months for crossing. His record since he was an apprentice, has very few marks against it in the official books. ? - MR. BARNES'S RETIREMENT. Owing to advancing years,. Mr. 3. Barnes to-day notified members of .Tat tersalls Club, of his intention to retire at the end ...

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MENTONE TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

MENTONE TO-MORROW. 1 jK— SOVICE HANDICAP. . ? ?t ft. ? it Ib. Sir Laniuj . , 8 S Moleame .... 8 0 Announcer ... 8 fl Hurt Back . . 1 10 Red Javelin ... 8 i Thrawn * .... 7 6 rendennia ... 8 2 Mira'i Luck . . 74 King Tumut . . '8 2 Romafonn . ..-. 7 4 Bobadeen ..82 Runett Wings . 70 Cojbeau .... 8 0 .Arley ...... 7 0 Prince Lndene . '8 O - ..' ^. ? '. . O ^'k— MESTOSE PLATE. ' V-''' '? A.J.O Six fnrlong.. ' Phonic ... 8 S ' ForfarU . i . '. ' T ?'. 8 Byron ? 8 10 Trillo ; . . . ; T 7 Bonny .....88 Kaoota ? 75 Myartn ..... 8 6 Barigi' . . . -. 75 Renunny ... 8~ 2 Shady Nook . . 74 The Flag , .82 Grovene , . , , 6 13 Royal Joker . .. 8 0 Cernstes . ,\-: -8 8 Safonia ... . ; 7 11 ? ' ;i O AK— MESIOSE PURSE. ' ?A.tO ? six furlong*. Awynner .... '8 12 King Tumut . . 7 10 Alvta* . . . . 8 10 'Original.. .'.. 7 6 Cybellus . . I . 8 6 Saluttri ? 7-4 Eutouche .... 84 Tarramunga ? . 7 J Spoke ...... 8 4 Wallah .... 71 Silk Flag .... 8 2 Mia Ariatoc . . 7 0 Loverak .... 8 0 Prince SaUtli .-70 P...

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RECLUSE BURNT. Moody and Eccentric. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

^RECLUSE BURNT. ? .Moody and Eccentric. ? - *. ? - K ?-. ? ? ??£- - - -? Mrs/. Sharp Firth, aged 71, was burnt! to death last month in a fire which des troyed her home, Shaw- -Beck 'House, oh the outskirts of Yeadon,* a village between Leeds and Otley.- . , -? -. ? ' ;? Mrs;' Firth .had lived : alone in {hit 12-ropmed stone, villa: since the death ol her' nusbaud three years ago, and the ' house. was lighted by candles, four being found on her dressing table.' ' Mr. .Firth was principal of Milner and Firth,: shuttle makers,' Yeadon.- On his death he left £41,000 to his wife. The dead woman did not employ any sen-ants. She had no pets, and very few people visited her. A high wall sur rounded the house, and the gates wert often locked. Mr. Tom Fenwick, an ex-pbliceman, woo lives near, discovered the fire. He said:— 'I saw flames coming from the house and iushed through the gate and tried to break the glass window of the door, but tht place was a furnace. , I and other people were driv...

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ITALIAN COAT OF ARMS. DEMONSTRATION FORBIDDEN. BRISBANE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

ITALIAN COAT OF ARMS. DEMONSTRATION FORBIDDEN. - ? ? ? BRISBANE. Monday. Further particulars regarding the Italian coat of arms incident at Innisfail ? state that any demonstration at the ceremony of restoring it by calling the Italians to gether is forbidden, and any arrangements previously made are ordered to be can celled.

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