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AN INTERESTING STAGE [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
AN INTERESTING STAGE The premiership competition is at this itage a most interesting one, with Ade laide in a happy position. That club is it TirPRPnt. In Bprnnrl nlnpA ' linfc* hn« niflvwl one game less tnan tne leaders (rort Ade laide). University and Adelaide, will play off their disputed match on Monday, January 28 (Foundation Day),, play to begin in; the morning. On current form Adelaide should win, and the points would give them a commanding advantage, that is providing, of course, the city team legistcrs a win against East Torrens in the. round which begins to-morrow/ That' match should be an interesting one, although .Starr and Kingsley will be'^beent from .Adelaide, and Williams from East Torrens. ' ~ . ' ? . ? Sturt are in a good position, and should fight an even same with University/ Port Adelaide and Prospect are due to play at Alberton, and .loss to the seaside eleven will jeopardise.1 their chances of securing the minor premiership. The two teams at the -bottom of the...
RESULTS TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
RESULTS TO DATE. New 'Sooth Wale*. 248 and 4 for 401, beat *^S3f ma'/ 464, beat South ,1» ^H*- * 'orS?. bitlvic-. torii. 844 and 428. on the flrat Inning*. :_ Victoria, 259 and 344, beat Qtueoaland, 97 in Sou'' Australia,' 582 and' 6 for 1J2, beat Qneenaland. 296 »nd 416. ????'- v_:V New Sooth Walet 420 and 2 for 158, beat Victoria, 876 and -f for 251 (declared).- ? ? . ? | : CENTURIES. , , : W. H. Pointed (V. Jr.. SA) .. ..-v.! X27S A. P. KJppax (N.S.W. v. V.) .. .. .. X260 0 W. Harris (&A. v. -}.) ? '3 L-Hyder (V. v. K.S.W.) ..-.. .. .; «B L O'Connor (Q. v. V.) ? '.. ?? ??% 160 F.' a ThompVon (Q- r: N.S.W0 ... ...i»158, 0. \li Harri. (S.A: T. V.)%. .'i -. .. J »5' P. a ThompMn (Q. v. NJ.W.) ..v..f4a43; LHTder (V. T. S.A.) .. .... .. iV U8 B. W. Hone (&A. v. V.) ? 137 D. Bradnun (N.S.W. ». Q.) ? X133 I). Bradman (N.S.W. T. Q.) '..?.. .. 131 J. L Ellta (V. v. SJl.) .. .. .... .V 119 B.A. Onroni -V. V. SA) .. .. .'. .. 116 F.C. Thompson (Q. -. V.) .. .'; .. .;. 116 V....
SPEEDY VALAIS FILLY. HIS BEST WIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
SPEEDY VALAIS FILLY. HIS BEST WIN. Valaisanne, on which E. Hammer had the mount, easily scored In'tna Hore-Ruthven Handicap at Morphettville on Tuesday. The Valals filly U shown In the picture returnlni to the enelesure ttttr her victory, ° . ; '? Photo, walkef. ?.?'..?? ? ? ? ? ? ? '\ ' ?'....-' ' ?? . ? ? ? . - Valaisanne, on which E. Hammer had the mount, easily scored In'tna Hore-Ruthven Handicap at Morphettville on Tuesday. The Valals filly U shown In the picture returnlni to the enelesure ttttr her victory, ° . ; '? Photo, walkef. ?.?'..?? ? ? ? ? ? ? '\ ' ?'....-' ' ?? . ? ? ? . - Parallana, which won his most Important race when he captured the James Aldrldje Handicap at Morphettville on New Year's Day. The Hldlni w«* ridden fcy W. Turner. Photo. Walker. Parallana, which won his most Important race when he captured the James Aldrldje Handicap at Morphettville on New Year's Day. The Hldlni w«* ridden fcy W. Turner. Photo. Walker.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
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TERANG RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
TERANG RACES^ ' :Th« Terang Cop Meeting was held oh Tueaday. fesulta:-' . - ? . ? . . ? : ? ? . ,-. ,:, '.Hurdle. Race, two Biles. — J. Moffatt's Sayi'es. V |Dalriadar-P.Uey, S at It ». (fuSS^ Utaa ^apler, 9 *. 3. ft. (A. BlenUnKop); taroon, 10 at. 5 ft. (W. Mclnnea). Othtr itarter— Dale End. Bettlng^-Evena. Saylc.. S to I agat. Dale End, 5 to 1 Taroon/7 to l'llln Japler. Won by two,»nd a half engthi, with ;wo lecgtha between aecdnd aha third.- Time, 1.80..- ? ' .-?? '- ..',.. ' . ? .... . . Trial Stakes, tre fnrlongs.— First DivWon— J. lidlert bk.m. Queen Uura, g &. j B-.(j. rurner); aialre, T U. (C. Hammer); Golden Bowl, 8 st. 10 ft. (T. Lewla). Othtr sUrtrn -Olaaslna, Cabnls, Cal Cal,' Local Ne-\-«, Countei* Charm. Bettlnp— 7 to 4 agst Calanii, 3 to 1 Olassina, 7 to * Golden Bowl, 6 to 1 :alaiir. a to 1 Local Mews, 10 to 1 Qtfecn Leura. ft'on by a necjc.with a head. between second and Ihird. Time, 1.2}. - - 8«cond-DlTia'lDn.— T. Coatcs'« eg. Councillor, by Valab— Penaee. ...
HANGING ROCK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
HANGING ROCK RACES. : R«sult».»t the' Hinting Rock' tacts on Tuu Uyynns~_ ?'.''?. ' ' '.. ' .. : ? HANDICAP UAIDEX PLATK. ? .' rivt fnldng-s: '? UBF MAID, by Thrice— Showroa, S jn.. : 8 it 7 lb. (J. P. Meisher) .. .... 1 iun«et Trail, 3 jnj 8 it. (1). Crclghton) 2 KjllInxa,.S tt. 8 lb. (A. Cripps) .... 3 , Other 'itartera— Colleen Rliua, , 8 it. S lt-. (L. Cain) ; Pretty Sally. 8- 2 (R. J. Bouae). BcttlnK — S to t on Eunwt Trail, fi to 2 -!». SUBP MAID, S to 1 KjlUnga, 8 to 1 Pnttr Silly. 10 to 1 Colleen Rhua. Woo by half t lenirtli, tvltli a ilmllar ijiituca between tccond md third, -lime. 1.2}. FIRST XOVELTX POST RACE. Four furlonKi. PLEASURE, by Carwelkln — Udy Plcatmr, * 8 it 4 ft. (C: Tiao) .. ? 1 Psprlx, 8 st. 13 tt., 10 yd* bhd. (W. Noble) ? ? «lw Marili. 10 yd«. bhd.. 7 A. i lb. (a. Bracken) ? .. s ? Other rtarters— Hits JtorpiM.- scr., 8 A.- 12 ft. (J. BaUtr); WUIle B... S8 yds. bhd., 6 7 fD. CreTRhton); Reliance. 30. 7 IS (J. Smnej); Runshot. SO. 0 7.(1 Et«i«) ; Merry Mab,...
FINISH OF THE W.A. DERBY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
FINISH OP THE W. A. DE R B Y. Second Wind scoring in the Western Australian Derby on Boxing Day from Dawn of Youth,- Erootic, and Caiperali. The winner l» owned by Mr. E. L«e Steere (chairman of the W.A.T.C), who also raced that great galloper Eurythmlc. Photo. Qlbbney, Perth. Second Wind scoring in the Western Australian Derby on Boxing Day from Dawn of Youth,- Erootic, and Caiperali. The winner l» owned by Mr. E. L«e Steere (chairman of the W.A.T.C), who also raced that great galloper Eurythmlc. Photo. Qlbbney, Perth.
ON THE TRACKS. MORPHETTVILLE GALLOPS. Kidaides in Form. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
ON THE 1MCKS. MORPHETTVILLE GALLOPS. 'Kidaides in Fonn. : At Morphettville on Thursday morn ing, the course proper, 10 yards irbm :the iutide raiU-,' was in use, and the -.horses had the assistance of a strong wind over the concluding tliree furlongs. .. JUllara traversed nine furlongs in: ?.7t, the last mile in 1.53J. Six furlongs in. l.Ui went down to ilintaro. Longworthy went nine furlongs 'in 2.12}, and ran the. lait three fnrlongg in .40. Magdalene spun over five furlongs in 1.0. Sanpah went a mile at an even-time gait. Four furlongs in uli was hooked to White Nose. Dasher Deen and Archeton executed six furlongs in 1.18. : Kidaides went well over nina furlnogs in 1^9. He picked up Drifting Star over the last mile, and led him' home in ,1.43]. Royal Lass recorded 1.35 -for seven fur longs. Keutlc was at his' ease for six furlongs in 1^6}. . Omnipotent reeled off five furlongs in 1.4.. Flying Two ran the same trip in 131. Tallangatta traversed 10 furlongs in 2.18, the last nine '...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
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BIRD'S TRIP TO MELBOURNE [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
BIRD'S TRIP TO MELBOURNE - ? A galah belonging to Mr. A. -K. An derson, of -the Criterion Hotel, at the cor ner of Fussell and Francis street, Port Adelaide, disanneared from the hnck'vard of the premises with the departure of an interstate boat about a month ago. The Port Adelaide police _ were notified, and P.C.C. A. L. Mitchell made enquiries, witl tbesreault that the Melbourne police were communicated with, and they recovered the bird. It was returned to Adelaide by the express on Thursday, and will be ncnt on ta.sthe, Port- Adelaide police tc be given back to its owner.
PICTURES WORTH MILLIONS. Dutch Masters in London. LONDON, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
PICTURES WORTH ^ M1LU0NS. 'mi ' ..'??it Dutch Masters in London. liONDONi January 2. The exhibition of pictures by old Dutch wasters, valued 'at between £6,000,000 and £10,000,000, to be displayed at Burlington House.this month, will eclipse the famous Flemish exhibition n£ 1928. The Venneers alone: are worth ? £50d,000. They include a portrait of the head of a girl, a' painting which/ was picked' up in Holland at the oquivajent'of five shillings, and presented to the. Hague Gallery.' It is now worth £100,000. ^ . The -selection, of Bembrandts covers the whole 'life of .the painter, -ahdf is .theVmost astonishing collection ever shown 'in ' LoS don. .Steen and Hals-rare '.'also generously represented, while Metsu and other mas ters jn little ? are ? represented ? by a fine selection from Dutch nationargalleries and the pick of British.. private.- collections. ?' The King lent a generous selection from liis collections, at Windsor Castle and Buckingham Palace. ' The_ pictures are 'un...
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
AtoTfTARV Our London correspondent records the death of Sir Charles Wright Macara, 1st Bart, (created 1911)r a Manchester cotton magnate, 'who from -1904 to 1915 was the ional federation of Master Cottonspin lers and Manufacturers' Associations. Sir Charles, who was a. native of Fifeshire, ras in his eighty-fourth year, and mar led. in' 1875, Marion, daughter of the late tfx. William Young, of Bournemouth. The vidow. one ton, and. four daughters sur rive. Sir Charles was recognised the world -yer as one of the kings of the cotton tidiistry.' Despite his 'age, he had applied lis wisdoni and experience since tbe war !o grappling with the troubles of Lanca shire, lie was chairman of the provincial mergency cotton committee set up in ? [926. He was chairman of the Manches ter Cotton Employers' Association, and rom 1894 to 1914 was president of the English Federation of Master Cottonspin* lers. Outside the cotton industry he was prominently identified with the National Jifeboat movement....
MR. J. S. GARDEN Welcome Back to Labour Party [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
MR. J. S. GARDEN ^'?'^'^??:^y^ Union officials in Adelaide took little interest in the report published on Thurs day to the effect that in -New South Wales Mr. J. S. Garden had been re aumiuea io me iiBDOur i arty, it was said tbat it was purely a matter for the local executive of the party, and if that body were satisfied that Mr. Garden hud become a genuine supporter oqce more, it had acted rightly in, cancelling bis expul sion. ' . ? One secretary remarked that Mr. Gar den waB a typical example of what could be caused, by misapprehension. Most people believed him to be an extremist, because of his open adherence to Com munism at one time; but he was at the opposite side of the Labour movement nowadsys. As a matter of fact he had aroused the suspicion of militant unionists, and on some occasions recently he had fallen under their severe displeasure owing to his refusal to -join them in causing cessations of work.. . . ' It was the .opinion .of another secre tary that Mr.- 'Garden'...
THE RURAL VOICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
THE RURAL VOICE. - MOUNT TOHRENS, January 1.— Th« weather Jas been dry and tanks and creeks are low. Sarvesting is almost finished, and bark stripping has been stopped, as the low price of bark win imvf practically notmng lor tne labour; and one local buyer has ceased purchasing. 'The honey season -will be a splendid one, for the' gum tree* are flowering wonderfully, trees that nave never bloomed before being covered with flowers, so tut the scent becomes almost overpowering. Rain would do much good, but would wash odt a lot of the honey. Since the advent of electric power, more, irrigation is. being done, and summer crops are looking splendid! BAHMERA, January 1.— Owing to ideal wea her conditione, the apricot season is proceed ing satisfactorily. The fruit is ripening evenly, md the drying process is being accomplished in minimum time. A splendid sample is evident everywhere, and if an outlet for the fruit it round, the tniantitics produced this year will be a fine thing for the d...
SWIMMING. STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
SWIMMING^ By Resuscitator. STATE ;dBg!m, Tanuary. , U.— Henley and Grange: ' W.— State championship*. . ? Mr- «onn .aaeuuue. ? ? 23.— State championships. ? ?? - :4, 7, ii.—. National championship* -Ade- 25.-^City Baths— Professional champion ships. ... * 28.— City Baths— Professional champion ships - - ? On January 16 and 23, the State cham pionships will be swum in Adelaide, and they will serve as a good preliminary for the big national championships listed f-r February 4, 7, and 11. The second series of the national championships will be swum and dived for at Perth on February 19 and 23, and it is most prob able that South Australian repreaentatives will be chosen to go to Perth after the State championships have been decided. At Adelaide, the following national cham pionships will be swum:— 220 yards, 880 yards, and mile free-style championships; and 220 yards and 440 yards breast-stroke championships. At Perth, on February 19, the national 440 yards free-style, the 100 yards ju...
AGRICULTURAL CONDITIONS. Instructors' Observations [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
A 0WCULTURAL CONDITIONS. Instructors' Observations ''-. . According to Mr. Rowland Hill (Agn -,.- cultural1 Instructor in the central dis trict), in the south and hills, feed has gone off very rapidly;' but there is still an aDunaance ot dry teea in t nose pares. In the. earlier parts of the central dis trict, harvesting operations are practi cally completed, -but wheat returns have sot reached expectations. Barley returns have been good,- and the sample fair, but overthreshing of malting barley in many cases has' caused loss. Although the rain fall during the summer months has been very light, lucerne on the Adelaide Plains and around Salisbury is holding out ex ceptionally well. Harvesting conditions have been ideal, and stock generally are in good condition; Summer aown crops have been poor up to date, and Sudan ' grass crops are patchy. - In the Lower North. Mr. W. Johnston (instructor for the lower north), reports that hot spells ripened the crops far too quickly, result ing a ...
STATE'S CENTENARY. GREAT HALL ON SHOW-GROUNDS. Proposal of Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
JTATE'SCENTENARY. GREAT HALL ON SHOW GROUNDS. Proposal of Agricultural Society. The proposal to hold a show and exhibition to mark the centenary' of the State In' 1936 was- advanced a further stage on Thursday. The . premier (Hon. R. L. Butler) pro ., mlsed representatives of the Royal - Agricultural and Horticultural So. .' clety that ho would recommend to Cabinet that the show and exhl* . bitlon ba held on the grounds of : the society, and that the society, which had promised. to make a site available on the Wayvllle West : grounds for the erection of a great centenary hall, should be the con trolling body. The president of the Royal Agricultural and Horticultural Society (Sir Lancelot Stirling), the , Hon. , W. G. Duncan/ M.L.C., and the secretary of the society: (Mr.'- H. J. Finnis) waited on the Pre mier 'on Thursday and placed 'before him certain proposals for holding a show to' .mark the centenary of the State. Sir Lancelot Submitted the following pro-' posals for the - consi...