ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Register News-Pictorial, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 153,461 items from Register News-Pictorial, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
153,461 results
The Register ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, 2, 1929, A COLLAR ON A SUNBURNT NECK. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, JANUA&t 2, 1929. A COLLAR ON A SUNBURNT ? NECK,; ,. ; Now here, now thare,.Mw to, now jro, Now up, now dow\,'the world gttth so. And so sang John Gower quaintly, more than .five hundred years ago: ? We may be sure that' it .had not \ occurred to honest John to Bjjeculate^about the motion of the earth -in'- respect to the heavenly bodies, and . to dabble .in istronomy; 'The heven is fer, the worlde is high;' .thus he expreaed -j his sliglitly cynical philosophy, .as touch ing those things which (owing to- the late arrival of Sir Isaac Newton); were to remain a mystery * for another three centuries. John Gower judged the world only as it effected him; and, in common with the rett of mankind, both ? before- and .since, he was most struck by..its tips' and' downs. He' puts mtore plainly, on another page, the finished result of: his observation- of thecourse of hunftn life---'So goth the world; now wo, now wele.' He does not seem to have paused in his moraliz...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NEW YEAR THOUGHTS ON INDUSTRY LEADERS LOOK INTO FUTURE. Delegate to Industrial Peace Conference. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

N^gAIUp^ LEADERS LOOK INTO FUTURE., By A. E Clarkwn, Delegate to Intfuitrlal Paaee Conf (rtnet. The break caused by the Christmas holidays -provided a happy release from the strain of business, and accentuated the close of another rear. - Most Business men were glad to see the end of 1928. In many ways it was a diffi cult year. ' A, spirit of depression, hard to understand, had' settled upon South Australia; and business was generally de pressed. ' Little money was available for specula tion, and, in consequence, commercial stocks, with few exceptions, showed a decided slump. , Most business enter prises had to shorten sail, ease stocks, and face up to the problem of lessened turn overs, with inescapable high overhead expenses. The financial de pression is Com monwealth wide, but it is hard to understand ' why South Australia should have sur rendered so readily to the ' spirit of depression. : We have ' always en joyed the reputa tic-n of being a rich State, with strong financial re...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
IN and OUT of the CITY TODAY'S WEATHER FORECAST. Generally fine with cool southerly winds. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

I ^^^\£^% TO-OAY'S WEATHER FORECAST. Qenertliy flne^irllh/eooj aouthwly wtrids. . By Autolycus. On Monday I met Sir. Vyta imery (chairman of the Broken, Hill Mine Manager^ Association) having a chat with ir_ if T .VruMi'an rnmiHont .of the Licensed Victualleri' Association)., iney were friends in the old Broken. Hfll days, and have remained so- ever since. Over a new. year's, drink JackNoonan revived the story of how. they both at tended a 'black' race-meeting, and were hooted both going and coming home from the course ' by the extreme ele ment in the Labour movement. In tbe evening there was a figbt on* at the trades hall, and. the two. welMmown figures attended the match. The custom then was for the referee to be chosen at the ringside. The crowd shouted for 'Emery or Noonan.' The latter even tually responded .to the call; but when he mounted the platform ' there were hoots from a small section of the red raggers. Mr. Noonan said:— 'I want to be sure before I undertake this positi...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DICTIONARY BANNED Not Allowed in Schools. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

DICTIONARY BANNED Not Allowed in Schools. Webster's International Dictionary i barred from u«o in Arkansas (U.S-i.) edu catlonal ibstitutions wpportsd wh6lly to in part out of public funds. Mr. J. V vomacK, state quperuueuaeni oi ruuuc [lmtruotion, officially announced this de cisi6ij. The book cornel Under the Ban of the recently enacted Antl-Kvolutiofl lei sure by Arkansas State authorities. In defining the term 'evolution,' the dic tionary says;— 'The theory, which in i-olves also the descent of men frdm the lower animals, in based on facts abun dantly disclosed by every branch of bic o^ical ntudy.' But the newly enacted law forbids use in the echools of any boflk ivhich teaches that In«U 'descended or ufended frotn » lower Order of animals.' Mr. Womack will not issue an ord*r tarring tht dictionary from the schools, as the dictionary had not been Officially idopted. Many nchools throughout the State, however, have the dictionary in tb*ir libraries, and to permit it to remAih rri...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WILY ESCAPEE BLUFF AND A LOAN [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

WfitT? ESGA?£f.; BLCFf AND i't6A& A prisoner who recently escapra mm the convict lone'M French GUiafll- (tM Dfiril's Isle Settlement) has been' Keep* tllfM Mlowinz a darina call at a.TreSS Urjf office in yans to.JBpiro.w- mpner- -, Wearing the flecoration of the.Wgion at Honour, he eall« at.tbd Ministry 'of Fitlance. '? . .? ' Oiving his hame as 'CrJl. Boruct,' he asked to see k woman clerk.: He told the woman tfctt, H-. Knew her hSer-in-law in French Guiatia,.and hai Utthiebt newB of him for her-'-a Statement Which delighted her. .' HIS LOST POCKET SoOK! Ho showed her pafters .rf Idantity to WBVe who He was; and then ifitcted J_to discover the loss of his rwallet, ; The Woman clerk willingly lent Ihn 200 francs, fWchhe was to bring bick the next He did not tecp* his word. lLater fie was »rre»ted.. He then admitted he bad rtilly eaae ffdfU French CKfl»n4j having |8Be there as a convict and made his tteirie. He has been sentenced to & tMKs impHsonrBttt for this fieW f...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CARNIVALS AT BEACHES LARGS BAY. Continued from Page 11. procession competition [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

CARNIVALS AT THE ?4 fiEACSffii i LARCS ftAV* Continued _from fage'U. : ' PrirftHhiiilre I or ? IBS Destrctxtumes-in tn- pfocession wef«:— Decorated Bicycle.— Alexander Andehdn, Wil liara Thompson. ?? acst impersonation.s^-i'ercj Anapp. uresssca Doll. — Jessie Tilby, liarel Polhinhome,: CormH Ooultl. Molt HdmttfoUs Drcss.-^HannaH Anderson, Betty Cload, Hazel' Thoransori.' '? Fancy Dress '(girM^bartha Uirsoh, Edht'-Marshalli Orare Prior;, (boys),- Frank Abraham, James Abraham, Frank Hannah. National ? .Costume, (girls) .-3rjean . Youde, Madeline Delahoydo, I.enl Donnelly; Iboys), Ji ftfanly', J. Delahoyde. ? DScorated1. #*rambui Utoh— Dorotlijr Laws-nit; Kettle WalBi*;' Dorothy Mclvor. Decorated Bicycle. — Alexander AtideP son, William Thompson. Best Scout Trdoftit Lares Bay Sfa Scouts. ?. - ' ;- ?? ? ., Tha prdc-*ion committee cohvencrii were Cr. T. p. Darey and Mr, V(, HunUT, who were lasistW by msnihals by Jtr. H; Bamtiels: . - ? Musical and Elocutionary Competitions. in the itveri...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GREAT ART HOAX. Faked "Old Masters." [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

GREAT ART- HOAX, Faked 'Old Master^ 'art ' authorities . ft seVcral fcouhtliei) art perturbed by the teifSlitlbn. that modem sculptors, supposed to date- from before A J). 1500. bcciibv nlaccs of honour id ome tamous museums and 'collections. Mian/,antiiiUaries are said -.tri.-nave found in artist who can produce these mavveb, ind hart tpltl a rdmdntic tale of the re; Ugcdvery St UcaMfa 16§t in a m8diae?al afthfiuUfct. Millions of lire Hi slid td Wve ? chdhged ? hands ; itft? ? this -hoax or raildi and a lawsuit is pending in Italy. :A je'eept. despatch, from New. York an= lounces that connoisseurs and ? collector* )f old/ Italian M-|l.litu«* J& the Statefe :iave how had their eyes opened to one of the' biggest hoaxes on record. It was announced in The London Daily [Hironi(!l§, recently, under '' the heading 'Faking O\i MarferB1' tliat aft Italiah 'eulptor named Dosaena hail been using Sis wbnderful gift* tb turn ont works irhich even experts did not know from jehuhie antirt...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WRITING WITHOUT HANDS. Sketching With Mouth and Feet [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

WRITING WITHOtJT HANDS. Sketchine With Mouth and Feet; - To' be able « Write .by holding a pen in the foot or ih the mouth -is'a gift pos' rtfced by many people with inherited or acquired disabilities which rob them of- the iffiofor.26 years-has been studying hand irfiting, and who is an expert on the sub Mt,'has iust written a book,'iJ«peri- nitoti with Handwriting'' (Allen and UawiB). in whioh lifi givei (, number of interesting examples. The book, which is' ajjptaflng . in four diffcteht lad^Ungcs, ifom&es to be a text book of Rraplio!'jy--. It aim* at reduciug handwritini; to ;in itict Science, and the author claim? that it hag arrived 'at new fundamental iudg detttl Of the nature of handwriting in jttcral.' Jfr. Sandck reproduces the foot-writing sf ». boy of 1.1. *ho i* in a PragUo hi.t:' .tile for crippled children. 'This manu itript,' he- says, 'shows 'the s»m6 dfgTee ri maturity as that possessed bythoUfarids at petfefitly pormal- and 'fighHiaifdcd CWho-Slovnkian ch...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
EX-KAISER VAIN Objected to Swedish Uniform [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

EX^RVAE Objected to Swedish A typial eSaffipId 6f the fanitjf'Af 164 H-Kniser, is given in a letter, tiublishm \6 The Berjinei- Tagebhttt, Berlin, in Kd- 1-tinMf. ? It Was. Written in May, 1908j . 'WBen J-dU are with the fen* (df 3weden) this efSniiig pffdr? dlnnfef hi Kill, ' AS lie h.ia told . me in confidence, present you with the Order of Saint Sera-: ihim in gratitude for your work in th4 North Sea question. - Perhaps you will ie So g66d if, id suggest to him that he night perhaps make me a Swedish gene ral. I have, been a SWe'dish admiral since 18S8. The admiral's liniiorm is, iowever, so ffightful that I look like a [?andrat (a country ofEcial). That is' why [could not. put it on for the reception it the railway station,- as would have beea de rigueuf. Do not, of course, live this feasori, Bu£ the relations Bf 61ir irmieS invoIVSs S? receiving Swedish offi :cre next hidflth. ? I really cflhhot receive ierii.in evening .drees and yet want to.be 3wedi3h.' . ? Threat to King of ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LATE SPORTING. V.R.C. METING Excellent Attendance add Racing. MELBOURNE, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

LATE SPORTING. ???' ?.-.??.'..?.. , ??????. ?'. ? -j- .. ', ?'': ?'??''' : ;, -; ??.?'??.??-?.?. V ;--'''.:- .'L'.''' '? Excellent Attendance and Bcc*tu« ? o( .the test , nuttcD, tuc. Victoni 6icln(t Glut dfflcU)i woiild tot hkVe htib iHr prised it 1 great decrease in attendance figure! ji'Manet'llbn with the Xe* Tfrtf S JJar fiiect infr at Flfmlngton to-daj-; but, althougb the attendance .«u dlglitlj ..below., that cf last .rear. It was much better than mi generally expetfed. Those woo tislted Flemingtou vtrt reVahled by koiEe fiitdWnt ridrig. ' Open U'ttlng was a {eatrice ot tne Siandisn Handicap. ' Fdr a long ttrbe IHrr.r Oavln Wat favaiiHte nt.fl to 1; but, at terrier rise, 7 to 1 was .available against him In parti. 6! th* tifig; : Tho best-backed aftainst Harry Gavin and Aga Khan was lady Yarborotjgh, vhn started at 10 io 1, after 16 to 1 had been laid agaiiat her. Lilly Yarborongh was trpiiblta at iite barrier By Ad]do*, Wip r^ jeilMly r«h down the tapi!s and JuMbeXl her. Ere...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HEALTH TALKS. A Weekly Bulletin. STRANGLED SUNSHINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

HEALTH TALKS. A Weekly Bulletin. Specially conducted for The Register By'Medleo.' STRANGLED SUNSHINE. The monkey* af'the London Zoo will go down to history as the subjects. of one of the moit interesting scientific, experi ments of modern time*. - an exoeriment mat ha* profound significance .for mankind throughout the 'world. They now have architectural equipment .that even the King of England does not possess. It bad been found that the monkeys and other warm-blooded animals from more tem perate climes did not 'do' well when kept in .glass houses artificially warmed. It was found that when the animal* were kept in the open air even in the winter and allowed to have free acces* to what little sunshine and skythine there was that they 'did' much better. The ideal environ ment, however, was fresh air and indbtor sunshine combined with, a certain' .degree of-'warmth. Before explaining the secret of these ideal conditions, however, it is necessary to discuss briefly the reys of the sun....

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A SAND MONARCH. Making Empire in Sahara. Law Suit Over Estate. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

A SAND MONARCH. i »*;, .- ??, -,???'. ? Making Empire in Sahara. Law Suit Over Estate, Eccentric exploits of JacrjUeS hkiiiAj? ??jwho 25 years 'ago wanted to turn thd great African -desert into- an Empire, and liara'V-were, as Well as' the tragic clf6ufh eHnces of his death,, recalled ill the.Paria Appear Court. recently. . Lebaudy's former sweetheart and . her daughter were' suing fof pbaseiaioMf hid estate in France, f fined at ovef £800,000. Jacques Lebaudy was. one of the Eons of tho. famous French 'Sugar King/' who left to Jacques about £1,500,000. --f a Diost 'eccentric temper anTent,, JacfJnes.liVtd e. life full of extravagant adventures. He vililea Africa « 1802, and decided to create an Empire in the Sahara. '??:-. Armed; Imperial Yacht. Having armed'bis beautiful yacht with n. few machine guns,, and. having -hoisted his 'nerionttl flag,' the 'Eriperor of 8a .]iara'saftea fof the African coast td con duct his 'Empire.' He was accompanied; ferthe 'EnipresX'. a- young -Parisi...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ACTORS ASHES THROWN FROM PIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

;AC*Oft'S ASHES. . -»rmifiW3i-¥B0M PIEB. The Mhtt of Mr. Moate . Baylr, ;secre i4t» ot-the ViiHety Artiste^', Federation. anavfofBtaly an actor, were scattered^ .♦In. wind and sea fromBournemoutn.i'icr MU™ 'M«ri6, thft musld hall artist (wB6* HgagemSnt t3 TSii Bayly was terminated bS fill death) carried th§ casKet contain^ 16* tiieashesbr-earfrom London. ?: It- was at first intended to scatter the iShS. .over- the. »a from.a boat, BUt jhb wtatto-was so stofmj? that this' was nn poBsible. ? ? ?-.- . — T118 small party, comprising MUe. Mflrm, Ber sister; and;Mr.. Bayly's '2l-y-awild daughter, walkeJ along the almost deser ted tier; and performed .their sad task unnoticed. . .' - ''MK Bayly watte* 18 d!6 lftokiHR But an' the'.se*,' Mile. 3fargo said. 'When Be, Bew thai he [could riot Uve.lia asMd the ifiecialiBt n .he could be' taken to Bobrrietnouth.r This w4». impoisible, and we'lthink' we have acted, in accordance WitH h» iWsHes.' '.''. ?'?}? .-'v. Mr. Baj!Jy died' iff tli6 Jtoyal F...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
OUR BEAUTIFUL BEACHES. EFFECTIVE FORESHORE IMPROVEMENTS. From Seacliff to Large Bay. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

om Wmm beaghes. EFFECTIVE FORESHORE IMPROVEMENTS. From Seacliff to Largs Bay. . With the object of 'familiarizing himself- with the improvements .that have been effected to the residential parts of the foreshore on tbe eastern side of St. Vincent Gulf, ^ representative of The Register motored' from Seacliff to Largs on .New 'Year's Day. and .was impressed.' with'', the amount of work the several ' corporations, whose municipalities. front the sea, have effected. ' -r !-}'[. - ?. %.:?.;- v ? ' ?- ? ,. At the same. time, .one realized:. that a great' deal still ha8-td,be;accomphahed before that marine promenade; which it is proposed shall front: 'the 'Gulf, .from Marino to theOuterjHarbour/is.ready for traffic. South Australia is -passing through a lean time, and the Government, like municipal bodies, finds it practically im possible to provide money for anything but bread-and-butter lines. That - ratepayers are not inclined to take any more burdens upon' their shoulders than they, ca...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TALKING MOVIES. Revolutionizing Picture Industry. Passing of the Silent Screen [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

TALKING MOVIES. Revolutionizing Picture Passing of the Silent Screen Bv Runert V. Markham, B.E., AiLLE^A. - Altbougn it.wUl- De some wee*s peiHre Australians get an opportunity .to see and hear 'talking films,!' the. advertising and newK columns of locahnewspapeh/have already referred to the. latest. development in the motion picture field.. It is be Heved that the 'movies' will be revolu tionized by the introduction of the new type of picture that 'successfully combines the appeal to both ear and. eye. ?' Over two years ago the engineers of the Bell Telephone Company perfected for the Western Electric Company a process that made possible the reproduction of sound in conjunction with motion picture film, and the first demonstration of the 'talking movie' was given in New York on August 6, 1926. This was called the 'Vitaphbne,'. and when the 'Vitaphone' appeared, the question that instantly cropped up was— Had the talking movie come to stay? Those who had pioneered the 'Vitaphone' we...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
JEPARIT GIFT Win for South Australian MELBOURNE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

JEPARIT GIFT. Win for South Australian. . MELBOURNE .Tiieidav. . .The. Jc.r.it Gift, .over 130 -yards, was won to-d&y by ? F. R.' Wilson, who de feated. .Tim Banner, the . former world sprint. chanu-*on. ? 'Wilson was never troubled;- although towards the finish of ihe. sprint- Banner made a great effort to overtake him. ~ '???.. Result of final:— F. R. Wilson P6rt Lincoln, . S-A.),- 11} yds.; ? T. Banner (N.S.W,). 3 yds.; J. W. Hume (Hind narsh, S^.), 11} yds.; J. Bryant (Nor wood, SA..), 11 yds. Won by a' yard and a half, with two feet between second and ' third. Time, 12 2-5. *

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
POSTING THE SCORES. Reflective Conclusions. Interest in Register Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

POSTING THE/SCORES. Reflective Conclusions. Interest in Register Board. ? Grenfell street, in the vicinity of.The Register Office, .during the progress of a test match,,. Is In these days a se» bearing phlloso . pnie ereaxoros craning xneir tob, -- ?? and making gurgling eoiriments - / upon scores In partlcaltr and ' - cricket In general. ? - - ? -. : . .' '. .-; . r ? When English Wmscbme/toSiustralia, and' when the Australians' go .to' ^Eng- land, seem to be. the onljr.. occasions on which some people take an .^interest in cricket, and then the..itch to. know 'hpw goes the test match!' becomes irritating —in fact, almost an afflictioh. ' ' ; ? : . The. Register ^notice' board is watched by a variety of people during the greater part; of the six hours of playi-. ,. A swarthy little man in a brown suit, and wearing an open-necked- sports -shirt, folded his arms, and, glancing at the scores with an experienced eye, began to discuss cricket in' all. its wide phases. '' 'Yes, what Aust...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

^|™^^^ g^ CARNIVALS :. that ,^j^ ^ '^ ' I 2/11 Cotton P^p/fcs jfe^ 3^1^ ^Ij ; ;^ ? A ^A^P^^^^S18^ ^v^ P1^8?®1!^* y^Never before liavestifch: Values been^availaWe--iiever before has | 'MfilTpf' AyL(IpY^OYL^ ., | »in. VOILES,^oral Md f^ -j , . . .. .: . I tures, Wr variety. Usually 2/11: Sale Price 1/6 yard: ? '' ' -.§??--,-.- j „....,.,-..;..?.-.,?, T,'V V. .. .??? . -. ' . ??: ?.; ° ; - ? , / § ?_:. . ,,. ? . !5^Z1 Florasheen for 2/6 \ .?$?*'*??«*** ^rt**^,***^!****!*.-;; ?_. j Modish Milhrterf. I 38-jn. FLORASHEEN,' an ART SILK WASHING GEORGETTE/ \ ? j ; . '. 'i ' .. . ? ' .; ? ; . '* \ ™ri»^8el««ono£5atterasaidP°unds- Usually o/ii. sale «L^ i|A|i# lM#y2llflliilV ^ H4»M#M,tM HllllAil#ilNf#i) A^ Wen *« world and his wife come to Miller. AndcrsonsV 1 i ;?Sm^i to-n n rr l ' o//r «?© Most intriguing uargatn vpport unity oj &**&* ^ m «*.*&: a*^ * ^-a] \ 6/11 ArtOllkDreSSrabnCS 2/6 ;: ' ' V^' ^ f '- : - ' ^«^ never previously equalled, but they .will shop I ' I ^^...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ENGLAND FIGHTING WELL HAMMOND SUPREME. ENGLAND 4 FOR 312. MATCH IN INTERESTING POSITION. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

ENGLAND FIGHTING WELL. HAMMOND, SUPREME. ENGLAND 4 FOR 312. — - — ♦ — ? MATCH IN INTERESTING POSITION. . ' '.' ' '...- . MELBOURNE, Tuesday. - ; ins wvi.maicn.u ai an inierening stage. . iiu recouniMii mat fcnj land will need to have a good lead on the flat In nlnav If It is to have a chance ofwlnnlng. The attendance was hot as satisfactory as en the ? previous day, 3l,455.people paying £2,653 IS/. . The totals for the three days are 156,961, and £14,60414/.- . ' . The weather conditions were again good for .the third 'day of the third test'match, played on the Melbourne ground 'totfay. There were indications, of a 'thunderstorm earlier in the day, but a change of wind drove it away. » ' ' ' England, which had lost one wicket, for '47 on. 'Monday, in response, to. Australia's total of 397, continued batting on a good wicket, and a separation was not effected until the score: had reached 161, whenSut cliff e; who bad- never been ' comfortable, was clean bowled with a good break-back ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
QUESTIONS ANSWERED. Register Expert Advice. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

QUESTIONS ANSWERED. Register Expert Advice. -During recent weeks'. several ques tions- concerning cars have been for warded to 'Spotllghtr' and have been answered direct by post. Think* ing me inigrmauun migni Be useiui to other readers, questions are invited 'and the. answers given each Wednes day under the above heading. Ex changes of information are also In vited between motorists. , ? ? Carbon In the Muffler. ' 'J. V. S.' (Prospect).— Does car bon formation in the muffler cause harm an extra expense in the way of petrol consumption? My car has been losing power on high speeds, and I havsi come, to the conclusion, - without an examination, that car bonization In the muffler has some thing to do with It. Although the average motor driver does lot realize it, carbon formation in the nuffler, if allowed to become excessive.. Till send up the petrol bill and. cause' iad high-speed running. A case that :ame under my. notice recently was' on a popular light American car. The engine n t...

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