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SMART MIDDLE-DISTANCE PERFORMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
SMART MroDLE-DISTANCE PERFORMER. Arnock, with C. Boom In the saddle, returning to scale after having easily won the John Barker Stakos at the S.A.J.C. New Year's Day. . , ? ? races on ? Tuesday.' '. .: ?...,' . : ? ? ? .:.......??' Photo. Walker. Arnock, with C. Boom In the saddle, returning to scale after having easily won the John Barker Stakos at the S.A.J.C. New Year's Day. . , ? ? races on ? Tuesday.' '. .: ?...,' . : ? ? ? .:.......??' Photo. Walker.
PARALLANA'S BEST WIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
PARALLANA'S BEST WIN. Messrs. A. & J. Fimeri's Parallana winning the James Aldrldge Handles p at Morphettville on Tuesday from Drlmdena (which Is almost hidden behind ; . . V the first horse) and Special Call. Luorasla (outside) was fourth: : ? ? . Photo. Walker. Messrs. A. & J. Fimeri's Parallana winning the James Aldrldge Handles p at Morphettville on Tuesday from Drlmdena (which Is almost hidden behind ; . . V the first horse) and Special Call. Luorasla (outside) was fourth: : ? ? . Photo. Walker.
TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS. R. L. SHEPHERD WINS MEN'S SINGLES. R. B. AND G. M. HONE SUCCEED IN DOUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
W0^-,^^WS^.- F|p. R. L** SHEPHERD WINS MEN'S SINGLES. * \. ? ? ? - ? ? «) ' ' x' ' ? ?. ? ? - R. B.. AND G. M. flONE SUCCEED IN DOUBLES. Tennis that T;ept 'spectators in a; state; of great. excitement -was seen ' iu many of the matches of the M^etrupolitan Championships' played 'on Tuesday. This ttes particularly the case in the finals of the men's singles, the men's doubles, and the mixed doubles. R. L. Shepherd defeated G. M. Hone; G. M. and E. B. Hon.' then annexed the men's doubles by beating R. L: Shepherd and D. Mel.ish, and the mixed doubles went to . D. F. Turnbiill and Mies K.' Le' Messurier. ..'??? '.. '')?''?'.'? In the final of the men's singles cham Ibnship, Shepherd clearly out-gencralled . lone, who repeatedly tried to drive him ?iff- the court. .Shepherd play-!d a.bril-; linnt' game,' and served,', drove, and tossed well. If anything, some of Jiis strokes lacked power, and provided his opponent with opportunities to smash. Shepherd began the match, and lost the first...
SYDNEY MYSTERIES MAN SHOT IN HEAD. Dance Hall Episode. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
SYDNEY MYSTERIES MAN SHOT IN HEAD. Dance Hail Episode. - SYDNEY,' Tuesday. At half-past i this morning Josepl Bragg (24), of Erskinville, was shot i: the forehead in front of a'dance hall ii Bragg, who is employed at the dance hall, had locked up tho place, - and' de scended the stairs to the street. He' said that as he stepped out of the' door a' man approached him, puUed out a revolver,' and fired point blank at his head. The bullet hithim a glancing blow over. his; right eye, and made him stagger; but it did , not inflict: a- serious wound. , The man ran away, and ' Bragg .walked to a motor, car/ and asked to be 'driven to the-Sydnoy Hospital. ,It-is sot yet known whether the bul let it 'in Bragg1* forehead, or whether it glanced off. ??? -Bragg.' did not have a clear -view of the man. *hb . fired at him, and tays that- he would not be able' to identify him. ' He associates, 'the attack with an incident which '.occurred at the dance hall a. few weeks, ago/ ?when ho had to ejeota,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
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CRUISER CANBERRA. New Year at Capetown. CAPETOWN, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
CRUISER CANBERRA. New Yeir at Capetown. ! HJJA.S. Canberra was. anchored to-day in the dock; at Capetown, and .to-morrow the vessel will be open to viiitors. Capt. Massey to-day. paid a formal call on the iaministrator, who -has arranged a gar* len . party in his honour. v ..,'_ . ?The. crew, SO. per cent, of whom are Australians, were ? entertained by . the nayor at a smoke - social to-night, and ifterwarda they .joinedlwi^lx thepopulace n.ttie:new,year festiyities,;. ;- , ?. The Canberra -,will go to Sunonstown lext Sunday, prior to: sailing- for Aus iralia;. -.? .. ...... .''.?:,':' , . . . ...
BRITAIN'S FINANCES. Nine Months' Figures. LONDON. December 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
BRITAIN'S FINANCES. Nine Months' Figures. ' LONDON. December Si' The Exchequer return for the first nine months of the current financial year show:— Receipt*, £485,623,395; expendi ture. £623,402,545: deficit. £137.779.150. 4.ne revenue jor me period decreased by £6,990,917, compared with the correspond ing period of last year. The decline in expenditure was £19,463,158. It should be noted that the largest portion of the revenue invariably comes in during the last quarter of the year. The Financial Times, analysing the re turns, expresses the opinion that the Chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr. Winston Churchill) will have a com fortable, if unspectacular, surplus, and that the prospectg justify small remissions in taxation.
REASON FOR THE THREAT. POINCARE TIRED OF OFFICE. LONDON, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
REASON FOR THE THREAT. P0IN0ARE TIRED OF OFFICE. LONDON, January I, ine Daily Xelegraph's Paris correspon lent narrates an incident throwing light tn M. Poincare't attitude. He. says the Brst draft communiquo issued - after the vaDinec moeung aid not mention sua de eition to r«ign, and the Premier insisted nn its being redrafted, even again threaten ing to give up office it what hud occurred were not disclosed to the public. 'There is no doubt that the country and, the press ,are emphatic in demanding that M. Poincare should remain in office,' the correspondent proceed. ' 'Whatever Parliament and some members of Cabinet chink, the Premier has not lost any of his prestige in the country, which would understand his withdrawal when the re-' parations negotiations were beginning, ^or can the Gazette Du Franc scandal be left out of account. The press if unani mous that a worse moment for a. Cabinet crisis could, scarcely be imagined. Never thelesi, M. Poiacare'a attitude: can'' be re gar...
FRENCH PREMIER. Again Threatens to Resign. Brush With Cabinet. PARIS. December 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
FRENCH PREMIER. Igain Threatens to Resign. '' ', '...-': PARIS.' December. 31. The Premier (M. Poincarc), addressing, a Cabinet' meeting, to-day, cxplainell. that he had* formed his Ministry on November; 11 solely' in' an endeavour to, prevent any delay -in passing the Estimates now,' Lav. ing for the third time avoided asking: for votes on account. ' He had also established M. POINCARE. M. POINCARE. the franc on a solid basis, and '? he fell that his task was accomplished, and pro posed to retire. . . A lively discussion followed, in whict memben of the Cabinet unanimously de clued that, notwithstanding the impor tint results already achieved, much, re mained to 'be accomplished in order t- consolidate the position, and that to thai end it was indispensable that M. Pdincari should retain the Premiership. Eventually M. Poincare intimated tbal he would agree to carry on for the Tire «nt.
MESSBOY STABBED. Assailant Unknown. SYDNEY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
messboy stabbed;;; Assailaat Unknown. ' '?''.- ? ?' ':%-8VT)NEY. Tueidav. William Borg, a-mestboy on the steamer Nordhval, was stabbed in the 'left;' arm it Darlinghufat early ' this morning,,: -He rag 'found by the police at 3 o'clock lying m -the .footpath at- tho corner of; Palmer md ?' Liverpool streets, bleeding ? from a Kvere: wound. . ; '?'?'. .,.' Bprg ' was ' not able to speak ? EnglfBh «h'erently, but', made ?the , police; under tand 'that ho had been ' a'ttackcd'.by..Bomc lody, who had'*, knife. He wa»;'a'dinitted 0 hoipital. ;,' '''' ?./';. :?; .-,*'? -''i ''
ROUGH VOYAGE. 126 Days From Norway. MELBOURNE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
ROUGH VOYAGE. 126 Days From Norway. MELBOURNE. Tuesday. Delayed ? during the first portion of her. voyage to Australia by storms and head winds, the fourrmast«d. barque C. B. ?etersen hat been 126. days in making the turney irom uaiaen, lormeriy Known n fredericlsshald, on the coast of Norway, to Melbourne. She arrived in Hobtoc's Bay on Monday evening, and will mov* to a berth at the South Wharf to-morrow to discharge 846 tons of Baltic timber. Capt. HI J. Dahlstrom described tho voyage as unusually dull, but the trip was not without iucident. The ship en countered mony contrary windi, loit seve ral saili, and was 67 days in reaching the equator. On the way the barque put In at Lai Falmas to land a teaman suffer ing from pleurisy. Capt. DthlitromV wife, who had sailed on the thip from Halden, and had been ill for the whole journey, alto landed. The btrqu* ran into mrny belts of calm, but south of the Cap* of Good Hope heavy let* were met. The tecond mato (Mr. Sjodah1) wai struck by...
S.A.J.C. WEIGHTS. Run on Saturday. NOVAR HURDLE RACE. Two miles and 36 yards. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
S^^^wiciiTSj Run on Satiar^ay. NOVAB. HUBDLE. ijicE. Two milf« flnif- Sfl Tan!. ow iui ? ^.; , . Bl- JO. Kentle .... 11 4' Laurelmond ? . . 93 Adon ..... 10 5 .Orey Knight ..92 Tanomagne . . 10 4 ' King Sam' . . 9 ' 2 Pass By .... 10-.2 -War lias;-. . ; 91 Golden Fox . . . 9 H -DH-lbmacy ...90 Mercowie ... 9 12 'Eafl Ifarco ... 9 0 rallangatta . . . 9 8 Ethelred .. . . 9 -0 Decorum ... 97 Macadam's Re Integrity .... - 9 6 ' icard .... 9 0 Sis Excellency . 9 0 Meum et. Teum 9 0 Don Gingham . 9 5 Mlngari ... 9 0 Fine Time .? . . ? 9 ? 5 .Rhu»_.- ... 90 K Bull .. . . . 0'4 W6ol«nook . . . ? 9 . 0 Hungarian ... 9 4 .Zero .Hour ... 9 0 Hnten .... 9 3/ HELMSDALE WELTER. Nine furlongs. Translator . . . 11 - 2 - Special -Call . . 8 8 Cash Box ... 9 11- Trireme . . . ...8 6 Glucose .... 9 11 Topbole .-. ..85 Forgltn . . .?-.' 9 9 Merrylyn ... 8 .4 Longworthy . . 9 8. . Popa-Iong . . , 8 ' 4 Bowalla .... 9 6 Dairius . . . . . 8 2 Burnaldes ... 95 Droscela ... 82 Pamphleteer . . 9 5 Eubumla .....
CRADOCK WEIGHTS. Run January 5. CRADOCK HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
CRADOCK WEIGHTS. Itun January 5. ' CRADOCK HANDICAP. . ? .-. V-1' st.».. ,'?* »', Pistol Dodger .11 5 Talata . . . , 9 7 Enbumia ... 11 0 l'rairjc .- . .-**». T Second Step .. . 10. S Honert 'Mirk i-. '»' S Sfopdale ..'..' 10' 5 Anton Drook .', 9 8 Eari' French . . 10 0 Stand Up .-, .'» 5 Third Srcp . . 9 12 Amor . . ; , . ..''» 0 Sir. Chtsaon ..97 Wonoka Lady .9 ? Bowaka .... 9 .7 .- ? ? FLYING HANDICAP. Pistol Dodger .11 3 Talata . .... 9 T Kuburnla . . .11- 0 Prairie . . .,.. -t. 7 Second Step. . 10. S Honest Mick .-. ,'9 7 Btopdale . . . . 10 5 Anton Brook . .. 9 6 Earl French . .10 4 Stand Up -. ... 9 5 Third Step ... 10 O-.taor,. . . , t 0 Sir Chesson . : 0 12T WonoVa -Lady*, t 0 Bowaka . ... 9 -7: ... i
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
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PERTH RACES. Continued from previous Page. SAPLING PLATE Five furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
PERTH RACES. Continued from previous Page. SAPUNa PUTE. Five ' 1 arlonn. 3BEEN STRIPES, by .Thrice— rBed. 8trip, ? 9 it. 10 ft. (J. Miller) ? z BAY BOMABO, by Topgallant— Gipsy Girl, 6 it, t lb. (D Percival) .. .... .. x Mllaroi, 6 at. 7 .ft. (H. Hyde) ? 1 x Dead heat Other starters — Pure Blend, Einga. St Dalus, Escalus, Stunsail, Furioso, .Zealandia, Amend, Panthette, Trelaus, Bose Beggar. Betting— 7 to 4 on Pure Blend, 10 to 1 agst. QBEEN STRIPES, 12 to 1 GAY BOMABO, SO a 1 MiUrol. Dividends— Straight out— OREES STRIPES, £2 10/; GAY BOMABO, £3 8/; place, OBEEN STRIPES, £1 14/; GAY. BO MARO, £1 12/, £4 8/. Woo by two and a half lengths. Time, l.i. ALL AGED STAKES. Seven furlongs. PEGGY POET, by Poetical— Ayr Lass, 8-st 11 ft. (H. BasHan) .. .. .*. .. .... 1 iutoblopaphy, 8 at. 18 ft. (J. Gorry) '. ? 2 Good Hope, 8 st 18 ft. (A. Cooper) .. 3 Other starteis— Kilreld, Jolly Odd, Cormban, Joolbarrp. -'???'? ?; ; ? ': ? ''? ' ' .?* Betting— 5 to * agst Good Hope, 6 to 1 lutoblognphy, 2...
SUCCESSFUL AGAIN AT W.F.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
SUCCESSFUL AGAIN AT W.F.A. Mr. J. Keith Angas's Arnock, which dead hsated for first in the Cheltenham Stakes with Tirailleur, easily dafeate.1 his rivals In tho John Barker feiaKes at MorpnettviHe on Tuesday. He is shewn lecdlnj home Nateem and Choosan, with the only other starter, Princeacre, partially hidden ? behind Cheosan. . . . Photo. Waikcr. Mr. J. Keith Angas's Arnock, which dead hsated for first in the Cheltenham Stakes with Tirailleur, easily dafeate.1 his rivals In tho John Barker feiaKes at MorpnettviHe on Tuesday. He is shewn lecdlnj home Nateem and Choosan, with the only other starter, Princeacre, partially hidden ? behind Cheosan. . . . Photo. Waikcr.
"HANDS UP!" Youth With Rifle. Child Seriously Wounded. MELBOURNE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
^HANDS UPr Youth With Rifle. Child Seriously Wounded. MELBOURNE. Tuesday. Within tight of his home, Hilary Wil liams, aged nine years, of Highgate itreet, Ashburton, was seriously wounded n the abdomen by a pearifte bullet this afternoon; 'ine . accident occurreo. wnue Williams 'and four younger children were watching a youth who had been out shoot ing with. a. pea rifle. The Burwood police subsequently arrested tho youth on a serious charge. According to his, .statement to the police, the youth who had the pea rifle, while walking through paddocks adjoining the. outer circle railway line, was met by Williams,, who had with him his younger brother and sister and two other children. The youth put bis rifle on the ground, but later picked it' up and jokingly said to the others, 'Hands up!' When Williams and another boy began to run away, the youth suddenly turned round to watch them. As he did so the rifle, which had been half cocked, was discharged, the bullet striking Williams. as h...