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FRENCH TENNIS IMPROVEMENT PARIS January 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

FRENCH TENNIS IMPROVEMENT -PAPTR .Tonnatv . 9 With a view. to the better organiza tion of the Davis Cup matches,' the wooden stands at the Stade Roland Garros arc being replaced with rein forced concrete ones. One of the new stands will be SO ft. high, and three others 25 ft, and they will accommodate 13,000 spectators. Apart from the central court, there will be six others, making it possible ? for an international hard court tournament being played without Hie entrants being required to play in the heat of the day. ? Ikey was crying outside his -fathers shop. Presently a benevolent, old .gentle man enquired:— 'What's' the' trouble, my little man?' ' ' 'I haf lost sixpence,' Replied Ikey, ? 'It fell 'down the: -griti** -an' .ladder ' vill nunish me.' ? ''' ' ? 'Dear me,' said, the ? old. gentleman; 'here's another 'sixpence. .Ifow. run home.' . .-.' ? ' : Ikey pocketed the money but continued to cry,. '. * ' . 'Why donft you stop crying?' asked his benefactor. ??;? ? . ? . ?*;-? ? ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CROP COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

cbop coMPEnnos. ? MOUNT CAMBIEB, January 3— Alter isiptci to; the crops entered is tho local crop. com- petition. Mr, E. a JUcock (tooth-faitcm agri cultural Inspector) r«eomrn«d«d tte following crept a- iait»b1e far good Kcd cropt:^AIrrHi» Osti.— F. A. Teller, Glencoe Wert; O. P. Pcr eiiwn, . CIcncoe W«t; H. C. VtxiB, Tahl: O. Gretnberger,' Vajils R O. Spehr, O.B. FUt. Imbroi-JiIaod'Oitu— O.' Preece, Mtl-Lcl;H. A. Jfajor, Glepbnrnlp. Duckbill ? Baricy.— A. .i, Kiljby. Moorsk; i. Buchanan, Square title; J. H. Tire. Vabl; V. Pettiogni, Compton. Zea land Blue \Vhcit— A; Patiel, Square MUe.

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

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Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

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Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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LAUNCESTON CUP WEIGHTS. Run February 17. LAUNCESTON CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

LAUNCESTON CUP WEIGHTS. .' Bun February IS. . MDNCESTOS CUP. st. ft: it. ft. RoonuWji . . . 0 2 GrUtfy . ... . 7 S Lycorfida ... 8 18 Bye . .... 7 t Fortafert . . . . 8 13 Bmfus '. . . 7 7 Kentle .... 8 10 Pinoply ... 7 8 Opib .... 8 8 Oomlr . , .-. 7 5 BHgidter Bob . 8' f ? VfotSApa ,',77if';8 Aristides ... 8 7 Ante?'.-.'. .'? 7' .« Prince Viol ... 8 8 linfinr .... 7 « Kinglet .... 8 8 Harcobn . ..', . 7 3 Oundaboolca ..83 Night Olue... .7 S Lady Etntifl ..80 Olmla . . . . . 7 S Probity . . . . I '„ Wobtar . . . i \- 7 , S Sheafmetd ... 712 Ltmpra . ? , ,- 7 : 1 L»nder .... 7 11 BUnktoa..... 8 1 [*ird o' Cockpm 7 11 CoolWge .... 6 1 Oriental --Oeiii -. 7 10 Dtoitch i' . . 8 7 PatUli .... 1 10 High Hope ... 6 7 SlttK* ... 7 10 Kiiig Prophet. . .07

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Rowing, Golf, and Swimming. ROWING. TORRENS CLUBS SUCCESS. By Ready All. Fixtures [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

&li^l^wiirti3i^^^^ : - ?'' ;- :Tlv; rRi«iHv' Alii';: :-fj:i;:rf- -? ? ;'-Fixturei._ ' January 5-rAdeIaide Rowing- Gul}4re gitta. . . ?'!?;$ .-? ? ;;-''/-: : Xl ; , January' 'MeMe^cantilei.Eowing ;Ctab regatta.. ; ????-?':?: ?;?-'? ???'.-??' ? ;!*\ ' tianuary io—jJinrray unage regautu. ' January 28— Mannum regatta. ?? February 16— Junior regatta, -.Port fiiver. ?:. . : '???-..:? March 2— Champion, sculls and eights, SortKiver. '''?.?? .-/March 13— Western Australian centenary *egatta. . : ; ?..- ;' ?t March 3l-— Test race;{i£ necessary),. Port 'JWver; Port' PineV '.terattaT'': . ?. - '',',, ? Mny-'King's ;Cup,; SwanRiyer (W-A..). ' - ' Premleniilpttlst. ? -.''.'? '?'? ? '?''???':?? 'I* ' Sen. Jun'.''TotaI Torrens .. .-, .-. .. .... — '-88' 88 Kenmark ? :.-~.\^.. v. ..48 32 - 80 Port Adelaide ...'..... 56 23 . 7V Adelaide -;.-..? .. .... 24 39 CO ?Universify ? ..'... — , 38-36 Berri .. .-.. .. .. .. .. - 30 V.3O ?Mercantfla .... ? - ? -1«: . }» Tort Pirie .: .. t. ... ..-- 12 ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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LATE SPORTING. OWNERSHIP OF BOOTLEGGER. Enquiry Continued. Witness Seeney Warned. BRISBANE. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

Llili)iTO )WNERSHIP OF BOOTLEGGER. ~. Enquiry Contioaedi. Witneti SectMjr Warned. '?'??'? BRISBANE. Thursday. -toe «u«|mry ifiuj lae.queBiion 01 lae ownership: of .Bootlegger -was resumed to-day, before the Q.T.C. stewards. The lorse, which was ? taken from Seeney's staDies at- ueagon yesterday afternoon, is. now in Trainer T. MacKamara's stables, at Ascot. . W. S. Seeney, who appeared in the raceboks as Bootlegger's owner, was pre sent. He said that when in Sydney, he met Kceble by pre-arrangement. Keeble, at that time, was indebted to him for £600. ' 'He paid witness six £100 notes in Sydney, so decided to go and buy Boot legger himself. When they returned to town. Keeble asked him for a receipt to protect him with Mrs. Keeble, and witneEg gave him one. He added that the re ceipts Mrs. Keeble held be did not re cognise at the racecourse because of the fact that it might prejudice his case, and because of complications that had arisen. He acknowledged the receipt now; it was given ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TOTALIZATOR RECEIPTS. Decrease in N.Z. AUCKLAND (N.Z.) Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

TOTALIZATOR RECEIPTS. Decrease in N.Z. AUCKLAND (N.Z X Thnriitov. The totalizator investments at the Auckland Meeting were £319.048, a de crease of £75,436, compared with last year. The investments at the trotting meeting were £170.301. a duresse, comptred with last year of £37.892. Bad weather was largely responsible for the decreases.

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
RUSSIAN CONFERENCE. Preparing for Pacific War. MELBOURNE Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

RUSSIAN CONFERENCE. freparing for Pacific War. ? '?:'''.. ?MVJMCHTR'KE. Thursday. . Reference to the propoiad Russian Red Conference to be held at Vladivostock in August is contained in tha December num (,«.. r,f 1k« Pnn.Pnriflr Worker, the omcin Tn of the ran-JPacinc secretarial, is stated:— 'This may -be the final congress of its kind before the outbreak of a Pacific war-;-the ? last great mobihza tioaof the working classes of the Pacific for. the struggle against war, and for the overthrow of Imperialism. It is, there fore, all the more important that we should systematically prepare our work. The Pacific Trades Unions' Congress and the task which it has eet itself, must be made known to the widest masses. We must begin '$o organize the exchange of compe tent workers for mutual aid and assistance between' the different countries.' The article goes on to state that after the con gress1, the movement will 'ffo forward with renewed vigour in the struggle for the overthrow of impernl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

r MOORE'S HYGIENIC BEDDING I Hjjlenle flock Beds.' wsll ailed md toned - 1 '' tad eOTtred Id good Black tad White § , ? v - v- ? v Tiding.. ?'-;.'.??,?? ?' Vl-: ? Dsntl price. 2 tt. « in.. 19/8 etch. / | Special Price, 1.4/6 each. j| ?? Ilsual price. 3 tt. wide, M/..;'1- I Special Price, 16/6 each; C I 4 ft. - ln..wide, , ,.vV .????:? \ I Special Price, 26/6 each, j ..!jr ^ wswirtE

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TIMBER DISPUTE. Work Done as Usual Unions to Meet on January 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

TIMBER DISPUTE./ Work Done as Usual '' Unions to Meet on January 9. Everything possible Is being dons by those in control of the Timber Workers' Union dlspate. to , bring It to t qnlet end. - Yesterday '' the new houra ? M (n(rk.'.'{fiFom'.7J0.'^.to.',; until noon, and i . pan. , untfj ,'S -Pifi-i -**?? into ' forca. nicVe h'adibeen.spicujafion' 'as to whether the employes. Would accept 'the 'order of the A.C.T,U;rto. remaih at work in obe lience to the whole award, pending nego tiations, and doubts we're set at rent when they resumed 'duty punctually. The' «n- ployers were gratified that there was'not trouble, and it ;was expected by them that the -men would gradually accustom themselves to the new conditions. It -waa sdded that 'the first fewdayg wonld ba the .real; testiijgtiieripd, and that, if they were passed' through safely' there would be no morp need, for anxiety. Tha acceptance of the new hours had made it certain thai there would be no' trouble over. oth?r .section* of . ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

''?'/' r '.';:'--'-':?:? V-'Vtv y- i~~'~^ ' -'' '? '..'':? ?-;'..; f AMUSEMENTS. ? ???-,'? : V ' ^'l':-'' '.?': '/-'';:;. 'L ' ^'- ^''''?'''?' ''- ,\ ?!??? .-'-'.-» ?'?;?..? ??-:--. .'??'?? ??j^./'!*V.'5J*.i'. ' ?? ?' ? ?'?''? ?'*! '; ' '- :?????'. ' '?? '?'. 'S-'V'-Sf^^:-^' ?'??-'?-'?. ?' '.''?;? ''i'-i *':'^ ''? '- ;-' ' Ke^ectors of Umoli Theatres, Ltd., take Great PIe«sar« in prescnlmg the First : -fgmmi ^ 'off* ? ? ym^— ?^r^-'j -:;\,-Mn^iiiencing;: ?-; ' H YORK I Tq^itow (S^i^^ ' THE HOUSE OF QUALITY. I wv. m ^ v,-. ^ «a^ X^^^^^^L^^ ,plans *t Theatre Entrance. .CeiU.907; : wKkfm f~40/9SS\ /^tt^k^wm Vtcsinttdbif IwIHikI) -' ' ' Emm Xrhpnrk ' Wfcti yoa'w Bred Uu-oagli tii$ intptrinK romance with Nonna Talmidfe— when yon've known ' ' biw h fetli to be the idol of ^ man's heart one day and be cast aiide the next— when yoa'vo heard the call of eotmtrjr and sacrificed your love and name that others might live— when I V' - - y*'^6 ^0BB^ a P*M«» P*'* anoofh to e^en smile at death — . ,...

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SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS. To be Held at Unley. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS. Jto be Held at Unlejv At a meeting of the South Australian Amateur Swimming Association on Thurs day night, it was decided to conduct the State championships and ' the first sec iiuu ui . uje usuuuoi HwuuuuDK tuaui pionships at the Unley Crystal Pool.. The Bbite event* will be held on January 16 and 23, and entries will close on Friday next H-i th tlie secretary (Sir. Sid. Barber). The Adelaide section pf the national championship* will be contested on Feb ruary 4. 7. and 11, and practically all the 'Australian champions will take part. Arrangements havo been made for Arne Borg, ths- Olympic champion, to appear in -Adelaide. In the fast Unley water he shoujd reproduce the form which has made him famous.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HONGKONG AND NEW GUINEA. New Steamer Facilities. BERLIN. January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

HONGKONG AND NEW GUINEA. New Steamer Facilities. 'BERLDJ-. Jannarv 2. The Australian Press Association has learnt that the ' North German Lloyd Steamship Company intends to extend its iervice in tha Far East from Hongkong lo -new uuinea. ine steamer Bremen bavin will ply onco in' every six weeks between- Hongkong' and Rabaul, by way D^-Yitu and Calele, carrying passengers bound for Europe, from New Guinea to Hongkong. ' ? . No extension of the Homburg-Anierika Line's Far Eastern service 'is at present contemplated. . ; ? ' _' . ': '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BACK TO SCHOOL. Turkey Learns its ABC. CONSTANTINOPLE January 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

BACK TO SCHOOL. Turkey Learns its ABC. rfiNSTAWTrVftPT.ir .Inn,,.-., t in obedience to a sew peremptory dim inons, men and women of all ages, grey beard?, women nursing babie«, ave crowd ing to the recently improvised national schools to learn the new alphabet. Iu strnction in reading and writing wQI Ms given to fully: two-thirds of the population Of Turkey. ? ;,r : ,, '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MORE RAILWAYS. Large Loan for India. LONDON. January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

MORB RAILWAYS. Large Loan for India. LONDON, January 2.. The underwriting was arranged to-day for the new Indian Government lqnn pf £10,000,000, iu i\ per cent;' gfack.'.ter luinable in 19* or 1968. ..,.!,.:.. ; ?'.: l The issue price will be' £7,1. -,,??'' The new issue constituieg the' largest 3verse«« loan proposal for some time; and is the me-ney to be raised is largely for railway purposes, it should be a help to the iron and steel industry in Great Bri tain. . '. .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LINDRUM OUTCLASSED. Davis Far Ahead. LONDON, January 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

LINDRUM OUTCLASSED. Davis Far Ahead. /; %! ' TYVNTVYW .Tiniiunr 9 .. Scores in the Uavifl-Luidrum match ire:— Davis, 7,038 (Including breaks of 502, 386, 282, and 238); Lindrum, 1,639 (be«t break, 83). Davis, Newman, and Carpenter-have ?ntered for the billiards championship,, to begin on April 1. Contrary to. expec- tations, Fred Lindrum's entry, wag -, not received. ':???,','?, ,*,-.. .

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SOVIET BLASPHEMY. Anti-Christian Campaign. MOSCOW, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

SOVIET BLASPHEMY. Anti-Christian Campaign. MOSCOW, January 2. as a set-off to the people's general dis regard of/ the order not to observe Christmas, the newspaper Isvestia ha« opened a' fund to provide the army with * neV aeroplane, to be named, 'Anti- Christ.' Only the ungodly and irreligious are ivited'to subscribe.

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
14 LADS TROWN FROM LORRY. Collision with Car. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

14 LADS TROWN FROM LORRY. Collision with Car. . When returning; to Adelaide from Man num. where' they had enjoyed a week's camping- under the auspices of Toe H, H lads were thrown from a motor lorry at tteusmgion yesterday afternoon v when it collided with a motor car and turned over on its side. ? ..'. ;?-, -.The majority escaped with, cuts aid ; JOHN MCCARTHY (13), of Wellington SQuaro. North Adelaide, was treated for lni?F.aL*? a *™t and elbow. ? JMNIEL SULLIVAN (13). oE Wright ?£*?*» city, suffered from head injuries. Shortly after 4 o'clock the lorry was travelling along Phillip street and when at the intersection. of High street it met a, motor car going west, driven by Mr. F.J. Shaw, of Port road, Wellnnd. Both drivers swerved -in-, on attempt to avoid a collision, but the lorry, which turned in -the same direction as the car. -went over on its side on ton of the rear of the. other vehicle. All the occupantt ottnelorty were, thrown to the road - way, and the hood of the car w...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FIRE AT KANGARILLA. Outbreak Brought Under Hard Fight on Hot Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

FIRE AT KANGARILLA. Outbreak Brought Under Hard Fight on Hot Day. (By our Spaelal Reprtwntatlve.) '; A blackened hillside, *tudded...'With; charred trees, told- those who travelled along the road from Clarendon to Meadows where a fire, which was not subdued, until Thursday,; originated on New Year's Day; but .one had to turn and climb loop's Hill tor about three miles before clouds ot smoke proclaimed that tho~dangef zone was near at hand., ;.? ?. ; ? .y- .-.. ?...,.?-?- Here nearly 100 ^men, armed with branches torn off trees, rakes, and other implements, were seen. gathered in groups; blocking the path of the fire, that they Lad just mastered, but which was itill endeavouring to breas: through the human cordon to the grass and timber beyond. As tufts of grass or bits of wood caught alight, the fighters pounced on the fresh outbreak and smothered it THURSDAY'S OUTBREAK. It was about 4.30 ajn; on Thursday that Mr. Keith Sauerbier, of Wickham I'ark,. Kangarilla, noticed that the fire...

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