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RACING IN BRISBANE. BRISBANE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
RACING IN BRISBANE. BRISBANE. TueadaW 'wtow uay m ue -J.T.O. Chriatmu and fF *«'_*««??*? »« '£ld (oday iTEkgle Farm. , Principle . events resulted :— . GOODWOOD HANDipiP. ;Seven furlongs. ? '? GREYOirA. 8 st 5 ft.1 (Tncker) .. v.,.. 1 Polonium. 9 at. 6 ft..(Jone«) .. \l .. t Royal Dignity,. 7 rt.--.lj , ft. , (Sharpe) ...' i «ve others.- ?' ?-. - -Betting— 2 to I agst. Hoyal Dignltr.--7 to Won by twojengtba.. Time, 1.16}. ? ; MD3SUMMER; HANDICAP.'. '* . ? One and a quarter milei. ' DUDLET PERS8E, » st 12 ft. (Hornery) 1 Brown Pie, 6 at -7 ft. (Gould):-.. .. ': Alison K, 7 st 9'ft. (GoddardV .. .. ..' 3 Eight others. -?? ? ? Brtting— S to 1 agit DUDLET PERSSE. 4 !? 1,fTra-1'CT««. s *» 1. Trainer, 10 to 1 Alton K, Mara, Lauderdalc, Brown Pic. 12 to & Petto, Lord Berd.Bivoli. Rose, 20 to 1 Ulubad. Dividends, fl 16/ and £l 16/. ' Won by half. a length. -Time, 2.61. - EACEE \ PaKX HANDICAP. ; . - . One mile. * '* THE KIST. 6 st 10 ft. (J. Conquest) ,iV 1 Royal Wgriity, 8 st 1 ft....
CRICKET. MOUNT LOFTY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
CRICKET. MOUNT LOFTY ASSOCIATION. Unidla t. Ashton^-Aihton, 89 and 6 wickets for SSr-E. Mouldi 31, E. Jennings' 12 and 16,' C. Moulds IS; M. C«pcUnd 3 for 22, R. Lovebond 4 for 7, E. Jenninirs 2 for 35. Uraidla, 122— V. Prentice 85. F. Schulta 27, F. Francisro 11; H. Schulta 3 for 22 and 1 for 21. F. Schultz 3 for 29, and 3 for 11, H. Djer 2 [or 16. W. Prentice 2 for 22. Oakhank v. Upper Sturt. — Upper Sturf-200 —A. Williams 79, W. Cook 37. G. William* 12, H. Slater 10; A. Williams 2 for 2A, Pearce 2 for 58. G. Wlllams 1 for 26. Oak fank. 7 for 2!6— W. Keen 7S, B. Lawn-roii 60, J. Murray 29. H. Rose 32 not out; J. Jlur ?ay 6 for 31, B. Lawrence 3 (or 24, A. Borchen I for 14 , MTJSDOOHA V. PORT BROUOHTON. Saturday'! scores:— Port BrooKhton, 110; Uuodcon. 85.' HigUnt soorej: — Port Brough ton. P. Tonkin 32, T. Bennler 14. N. Dn| 14, Mundoora. C Stringer 26. M. Muller 23; bowling— Port Brongbton, P. Tonkin 4 for 9. Mundoora — W. Fcrme 6 for 20. EAST V. WEST KINGSTON.' KINGSTON, Decembe...
LORD BIRKENHEAD CRITICISED. "Spots on His Eyes." [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
LORD BIRKENHEAD CRITICISED. 'Spots on His Eyes.' ?Professor Cairns, :of the United Free Church College, Aberdeen, speaking at s brotherhood meeting, gave an emphatic denial to Lord Birkenhead's starpmpnf-. in hut rectorial address when he maintained that the mainspring of human endeavour was an enlightened but stanch selfinte rest. 'To be quite honest,' said Professor Cairns, VI don't, think men or. studenU need any advice from a snccessfnl Eng lishman on this point. I can imagine how many men must have felt,' he declared, 'when they found their professions cheapened in this way by a representative man like Lord Birkenhead. We are not so self-centred as he makes. out. We are not all first of all pothunters, climbers, men and women 'on the make,' and people whose central aim is the glittering prizes of which he speaks.' ' ? In his concluding words Professor Cairns referred to' Lord Birkenhead is 'our brilliant and energetic rector with the blind spots in his eyes.'
LAWN TENNIS. WILLARD BEATS BAKER. SYDNEY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
LAWS -TENNIS.' WfCtArib. BEATS BAKER. .. ? '? ?? SYDNEY.' Tuesday. iJriJliant and. . excitmg play to-day marked the .dosing stages of the contests For the County -o£ -Cumberland champion Bhip titlas »O Pratten Park, notwithstand ing a strong- and -gusty wind. Besults:— Smglea ' Championship.— Final— J. Wil |ard beat;!. E^Baker. e-^3, 10-8.' ' Doubles' Championship.— Final— J. Craw ford and fi: Hopman beat N. Peach and A. Willard, 4-6, 6-2, 6-3. Mixed Doubles Championship.— Final— ?T. Peach and Miss D.-Akburst beat C. Dbnohue and Miss L. Bickerton, 2—6, 7-5, 6-3. : Women's Singles Championship.— Final — Mrs.Butlsworth beat Miss K. Hall, 0-2. 4-4, 11-9. '?.?-, Worrten's Doubles' Cliampionship.— Semi- final— lliases Dingles and valkenburg beat Mrs, Betts and Miss Wood, 6-^2, 6-3. Final— Misses D. Akhurst and L. Bicker ton beat Misses Dingle and Valkenburg, 6-2, 6-3. , -
MOTHER'S HOAX. Dumb Boy Speaks. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
MOIBER'S HOAX. Dumb Boy Speaks. ''' 3$r astounding attempt to defraud— by r.dniJing a boy from infancy until he was ..nearly -five years old, ? to' remain' mute -when spoken to-has__been alleged in the 'towTi. ?wK.'vJ'ar X0Ik recently. When the- child, Hyman Friedman, was seven months old a departmental store ► delivery van out of control crushed .its perambulator, hurting the boy and- his mother. Mrs. Friedman accepted £500 in settle ttent for her own hurts; but subsequently .the store was sued ior £10,000 aamages for the boy. . ???' . ? ; Seven prominent physicians' examined; the boy in a vain effort to make him *alfc' ; ?he 'other testified that, as a result of .hia injnnea, Hyman never had spoken, ? and that doctors had informed her tha I he never would. ??'.:. ? In Court were two boy playmates of - Byman ready to testify that they ha- - ieard him talk. The Judge had the lai bronght to his chambers, and' questioned \ mm. for an hour, till he was convinced ;. that the youngster w...
SILVER BUICK. Twenty-five Years of Leadership. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
SILVER BUICK. Twenty-five Years of Leader ' ?? v ? ship.: . it. is fitting that the twenty-fifth anni rersary of Buick leadership should be sig nalized by the introduction of such a pro duct as the 1929 Buick. Carrying' for ifmu iue tuuc-te&tea principles OI oesign ivhich '? caused' the ' public to confer its aighest recognition, this new car is a rue Buick— established in reputation ' as :o value— yet new as this morning's sun n beauty and in freshness. To see it is to understand that it has new elements )f style and distinction. Those rakish lines and fetching colour lombinations; those deft touches which nark the work of the expert in trim and ipholstcry; the_ care and considered judg pent with which, every accessory, every ltment has been placed there, where the jody designer can do so much to make a :ar a source of satisfaction, Buick excels. And' it is, just as good' as it. looks, for. t is a Buick. ; The famous Buick valveju lead 'engine powers it— this year with ifn ...
THREE GOODYEARS. Still Running After 42,000 Miles [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
THREE GOODYEARS. Still Running After 42,000 Miles JD Lue paifb bnu jcoin. »uere-uaa ueeu * pronounced change over from solid tyres to pneumatics for use on trucks and buses. The additional comfort and protection of tbe chassis was in tne nrst instance one of the chief reasons for this .'.change— although it was anticipated that tbe mile age secured from pneumatics .would be considerably less than tbjit from solids. Trick and bus owners, however, have found that when properly cared for equal, if not greater, mileage is secured from pneumatic truck tyres, and the following letter to the Goodyear Tyre and Robber Company (Aus.), Limited, gives one in stance of greater mileage from. pneuma- tics:— ? -. . : Lugi Bay, &A.. NoTHaber 7; 1918 iittsti. Condi, limited, , PltM street, Adelaide. . Deir Sin— Let me cuurntiilite 79a 00 lit qralitr «nd weir of Qoodjeu Tjre*. I luu a set o(- 32 x 6 tyref on my puwngtr bur, nblcn have done 12,000 miles, and three of them' are , still running. ...
CADILLAC—LASALLE. Mechanical Excellence and Style. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
CADILUC^-USALLE. Mechanical Excellence and Stvfe. ???? To attempt to apportion credit for Cadillac and La Salle leadership between elements of mechanical excellenco'and'cle^ incnts of style is to complicate a situation which is inherently simple ana ciear cut. - Public 'reference for Cadillac-built cars is for the cars as complete transportation, units— units so balanced, so: perfected that neither chassis nor body takes precedence one over the other. They are one. They belong . together; each attains its full value only, when nnited with the other; they are equally, inseparably Cadillac or La Salic. Cadillac and La Salle emblem* therefore, bear over a dual meaning— pre-eminence in beauty, travel comfort, aristocratic ele gance in appointment, and authoritative leadership in automotive engineering. Both these meanings are strengthened by the advancements incorporated in tho further refined Cadillac-La. Salle can shortly to be announced.
Morris at Loxton. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
Morris at Loxton. Mr. S.'W. Parker, of Loxton, reports having now done 3,400 miles with bis Morris-Cbwley. purchased from S. A. Cheney (South Australia). Limited, lost jury, ana states that tne car nas come fully up to his expectations. He has not had the slightest Sifficnlty in negotiating the bad sand drifts in his district, and on a .'recent trip from Adelaide to Loxton, he covered the distance, including five^iniles of. drift Band, on a petrol consumption of four gallons. . 'The pulling power of the engine,' lie states, 'is everything that, can be. de sired.' ' .
STUDEBAKER CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
STUDEBAKER CLAIMS. - - MillingenB Limited, claim that never Tie fore have so much style, bo 'much luxury, such thrilling performance, or such restful comfort been offered at the moderate price of Studebaker's new Director Royal Sedan. Fleet, flowing lines, ever-bright chro mium plating, and charming new colours - rive regal beauty to this new royal, sedan. Its two extra wire wheels are typical of its luxurious equipment. Its official re cord of 5,000 miles, in 4.751 minutes^ -tests its remarkable performance.
WIRELESS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
WIRELESS SHIPPING. The following- .steamers should be wltliin range of the undermentioned 'Wireless stations to-uiy-^-' . ?.'?!???., - ?_? ??-..??-? ? Affolalffo—Alrfoli.'. AyOTllrfilr*. '* TOanrnn ?- Himn ;ociirane, uaran renuana, uaiuia, uommusaire Umel, Canadian Cruiser, Comorin, Dromana, Es xrance Bay, Iron \ Warrior, ? Karoola, lliiora, feleus, Pairaioobi, ; Phorus, - Semlnole, Toka iaro,', ?' :- .'?,?,?' ('- -?;..??:;? . ? Mdbonme.— Aller, ' Beaholm,' ' Kallngo, Ka oomba, Kainna, Onmgal, Scotland Hani, randa. ? - - ? Brisbane. — Canberra, ? Carlo, Foyle, Remain, ilabana, Uoeraki, Stensby, Sheafmead, Tolken.. Tovnsrille. — Canberra, Clan MacKinley, Janus, Junula, Morinda, Klenw .Zeehwd, Ormiston, rleidon, Wlnton, Tovmsrille. Thunday isUnd. — Physa. ' . Brqome. — Centaur, Kangaroo. ; Esperance.— Bombala, Cerasus, City of Wind er, Esperance Bay, Woob^ar. : Oeraldton. — Cape Recife, Easproo, Koolinda, ['ort Huon. Perth. — Anglo Permian, Anten, Anthea, Ber ima, Bombala, Bateshire '...
"LIFTING CLOUDS." Her Majesty's Hope. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
''LIFTING CLOUaS'; Her Majesty's Hope. .The Queen; in a message, to :- the Lord Mayor of London, in reply to the city's New Year; address, says:— . 'r :., j 'The* address, with Its expraiilon or. loyaixy, devotion, ana sympathy,. .. comos at ;a; fltns^of orj»st an^lejty.,/ ' The Klna V.HIms»^i)itt ''£»» Ks ianft i ! arduous course; hut, please God, 'T may look forward to lifting clouds and the happy realliatlon of tho nation's faith and hope. The love and affection extended to me and myJ ohlldrra throughout- these dark . days., has indeed been a support to me, and those near and dear to nie. When health and strength, as wo hope, aro vouehsaftd again to the King, It will b« a soiirot of happlnns to him to ,know that In his suffering he was «v«r In the thoughts of the rftirans of London. I pray you to eonvey to one and all my hiartftlt thanks.' .:
CHINESE EGGS. Growth of Export Trade. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
CHINESE EGGS. ; -, Growth of, Export Trade. , The growfcU of. the export trade of eggs xom China if quite rapid according to the reports of the customs. In 1907 egxs rained at H. K. Tnola 2.379.6JJ (£300.0001 occupied the sixteenth place in the exports of China, -while in 1026 ' the export fo eggs has climbed up to .the third place, valued at taels 38,173,830. Prior to the Great War, Germany, Belgium, and France were the great customers of China's eggs, but from 1915-1919 their de mand for them declined, while England 'increased its purchase. Since 1919 . the egg trade with France has been restored to its former normal condition. Hankow is the great collecting centre of eggg for export. Frozen eggs were first exported from there in 1912 to Eng land, then to France, Canada, and Ame rica. A refrigerating, plant was built in Nanking in 1914. and another in Shang hai in 1915. Although these plants were somewhat affected by the ? Great War, they have now recovered. In spite of the. stric...
UNCHANGED. KING'S CONDITION. GOOD NIGHT SPENT. LONDON, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
UNCHANGED. KING'S CONDITION. GOOD NIGHT SPENT. LONDON, January 1. 'The King has had a good night The general and local con ditions are unchanged.' This bulletin was issued from' Bucking ham Palace at 11.15 a.m., signed by- Sir Stanley Hewett, Sir, Hugh Rigby, and Lord Dawson. It is learned that there is disappoint ment at tho palace at 'the King's .condi tion this morning, for, despite having had A good day and night,, the patient made no progress sufficient to -be. noted in' the bulletin. ' It bad been hoped that -im- provement would be manifested by to-day, bat the doctors are still noxiously await ing a definite sign of 'an,, increase; of strength. . '. : , ;' ? It is satisfactory thet''Vthe :last ''check, has not developed intp'V*. setback. ' 'At! the same time, the extreme jtlpwnets of the progress, and the continuation of the great weakness, i» disappointing,' even although the difficult nature of the ' ill ness is full; recognised. Progress has been slower than' was expected,...
NOTES ON RANDWICK MEETING Dissatisfied Backers. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
NOTES ON RANDWKX MEETING Dissatisfied' Backers. SYDHET^ Tamhr. Then were 34,600 people at TattcrsalU Clul Bacea at Bandwick to-day, which is alightlj below the average (or New Year-a Day. Thi weather to fine _ and warm. Mr. C. H. J new year in a satisfactory manner, Jor the Valais mare Miss Australia made amends for lereral past failures by taking the New Yea-'i Bift. an event that had brought about d«d in the previous two years. There was no possible chance of a dead heat being recorded o-day, (or Miss Australia took charge at the t?°£ 5!?f' a°d. won by more than a length. ' It would not have been necessary to refer to £e official programme to rtallw that the Novice Handicap was restricted to apprentice :Hders. Seme of the exhibitions were disheartening. Dut jy.' Tw«» nevertheless provided with « thrill, for Loquacioui and Hamurana had a me.t «ruwle over the last furlong, and thejud^wa. onahle to Mparate them at the nnish. Oalnins; inch by inch on Fondant niwr -h. ^oaSd ^A™^ WwSS i...