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THE MAN ON THE LAND. WOOL SALES. America's Inactivity [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

THE MAN ON IDE LAND. ^WOOL SALES. America's Inactivity VAn Adelaide authority stated onThurs lay that the selling season up to the end if last year discloses a significant fact *«t- -whflu Great Britain and the Con- tinent are still buying a reasonawe quan tity of wool, the more recent competitors —Japan and Russia— are -making their in fluence felt more and more, and it looks now as if growers will -have to look to the latter countries to take the place of America, Exports to America during the year have been almost infinitesimal, and while there is some slight revival in the American wool trade, there is no gdod reason to hope for much competition from that quarter. The textile industry in America has suffered, and is, still suffer ing, from the use of silk, particularly arti ficial silk, which is utilized in enormous quantities. Again, America is suffering, as is Eng land, from a big over-supply of textile machinery, which was brought into being during the war period. Practically...

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

im&M ^^ByjHazard. :. Competitive golf , has. been ' in full swine in 'Melbourne and . Sydney -- during', the holidays, but Here quitecut out, and, com' DflTfltivfJv aneakinir there han been vers ittle doing in golf - at- all, although the reathcr conditions have not been pro hibitive, . - .''? x* '-'?', .'fKooyonga.vClub., --?' ?The bogey competition -for trophies pre-. tented by J. W. Fox for the players in both A. and B. divisions'who returned the best cards during the holidays at tracted a fair entry. In the A division a tie resulted between 'A. F. Dyer, J. S. Kelly, and R. Reed with a return of 3 up on bogey. The play off will take place on Saturday. In the B division E. Bruce had it. all his. own way with a card showing 5 up. ' Melbourne.. ;The McLeod trophy,.- an annual event played over .36 holes,' on full handicaps against bogey, held at Sandringham during the holidays, drew a good field, and was very handsomely won by the -Prime Minister, S. M. Bruce (handicap 13) w...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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PEAGROWING. Mr. W. S. Kelly's Experiments [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

PEAGROWING. Mr. W. S. Kelly's Experiments Every one interested jn agriculture knows the valuable1 work done to_ assist the farmer by Mr. W. S. Kelly, of Mer rindip. Giles's Corner, and it will be of interest to most peagrowera to kuow au- results with Early Brunswick variety this season. Mr. Kelly imported some of these earlier peas from Western Australia some years ago, and has been very carefully try ing them under local conditions. The results have led him to believe that under conditions where early, hot winds are liable, the utilization of this earlier vari ety will be found advantageous, but at the same time points out that under erai aently suitable conditions the Dunn peas would be superior yielders. Mr. Kelly had two blocks of peas this Mason, each being treated~differently. One ff 20 acres was sown on a stubble or Sndan zrass, which had been sown on fallow. From this block a return of 28 bushels of traded clean peas were obtained. ' Few peas were attacked by grubs this. se...

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ROSEWORTHY COLLEGE Earlier Opening Date. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

ROSEWORTHY COLLEGE Earlier Opening Date. The opening of the first, term at Roso s-orthy College is fixed for March 11-^an jarlicr date than .usual.' An effort is being made 'to conform more closely with the term periods oi omer educational institu tions, while still providing for the exigen cies of farm work, which necessitate the college, remaining in session, over Christ mas time, in order to complete the har vest. ? '.Candidates for entrance'scholarships will sit for the examination at the college on February 5 and 8. For the purpose of the scholarships, the State is divided into six districts, and one scholarship ia offered for' competition in each district. ? The value .of each scholarship is £31 .10/. per annum for three years, which- covers thfi full cost of board and instruction at th° college for the diploma course. Bovb who are 16 years of age and -have had ordi Lary State school education are eligible for entrjr to the scholarship examination, though, in practice, the sta...

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USE OF A CAR. Two Men Discharged. Sentence Reversed. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

USE. OF A CAR. Two Men Discharged. Sentence Reversed. On December .29 four, young men were charged. in the Adelaide Police Court with having illegally used ? a, motor -car;' Two pleaded ? guilty, and 'were sentenced: ? The oiner two aemed naving'committea. tne offence, and {he case ? against; them was adjourned. Oh. Thursday Mr! H. M.Muir head.rSJJ,. stated that, if the evidence given, that; day by, one of the , convicted men 'was true it would appear that he was not guilty,': although, lie -bad pleaded guilty and been ordered a term of impri Bonment. ,-. . ...;;. The case, concerned Murray JCneyne' and John Healey, .who were: charged with hav- ing- on December 28 illegally used a motor car without the consent of the owner.' Both defendants pleaded not guilty. . Mr. II. Bond (Assistant Police Prosecu tor) said on December 28 Miss Nancy Hamilton, of Glenelg, drove a car her brother had lent her. to North terrace. She left, it opposite the Garden Theatre at about 8 o'clock. Later she ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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"AMATEURISH AND CLUMSY." Mr. HILL RepLies to Premier. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

''AMATEURISH AND Mr. Hill Replies to Premier, The Leader' of , the Opposition- (Hon. L. L. Hill),' replying to the Premier on Thursday, 'stated it was to .be ' expected thaf: Mr. Butler wonlrl attemnf: to bluff iis. way out; or... an impossiDie position, His reference to the savings made: in rail ways was amateurish and clumsy.!:' The alleged-- ^savings,', amounting tc £234,129 for' the^ first six- months com pared ? with the first six months of last year, said Jlr. ' Hill, were questionable, Further, he asked; how were these savings made? Were they not ;by curtailing ser vices ' to ' the . community t-. When com pared with- the decreased revenue oi £260,840 'for the same period, the Pre miers claim of sayings did not materialize, and - the railway savipgs were made be cause of the funding 'of approximate!; £3,000.000 of railway losses and charging the interest upon that amount to 'general revenue. The sayings made in other de partment's were infinitesimal.' The' ques tion the taxpa...

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

^AUCTIONS. ? ABSTRACT OP SALES '.BY. AUCTIOS THH DAY. , . ^.iW. Sandford & Co.. limited.— At Crenfell street, at half-past twelve— Poultry. ?,* . H W. SANDFGRD & GO., - ? LIMITED GHENFELL STREET. FB0DUCE SALES,' Tuesdays and Thursdays, at 11 a.m. ? ; ' '? ? P0ULTEY SALES, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, at 12.S0 p.m. ' .' ? 366c SADDLEWOETH UABEET. 3088,^ 3088 230 CATTLE. ^O -, lOQ^lOO 50OAL7ES.50 JgHOHSES-Jg . AND BUNDEIES. TUESDAY, January's,' at 1 p.m. ELDER, SMITH, & CO., . LIMITED,- ????,. wfll offer by auction as above: — iccount Mr. H. M. Eoberts— :l iretten 6-ft Windmill,- .(rood working ' order. 100 Fat Wethers, 100 Fat Ewes, 50 Fat Iambs, 600 Wethers. 2 and 3 years old, straight line, 538 hoggctts (m.s.) straight lint. 400 Lambs (m.s.),'200 Wethers, good stores, 200 Ewes. am.. Merino Rains joined, 600 Ewes, 1} years ' old. ' 300 Wether Israbt, 10 Fat Steers and i Heifers,. 10 ? Cows and Heifers, springing and in profit, . 110 Mixed Store Cattle (i...

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

Donaldson's BIG HALF-YEARLY SUMMER SALE «ntmmniimiinminmmnnnniimmniiinnnimnminm^ ?- ^Jq^y SPECIAL'S Show Further Genuine Reductions^ 'MERCERY SPECIALS. 1| SILK and DRESS SPECIALS. Men's Shirts ? 6/9 each. H 4/11 Yard Pure White, Fuji for ? 3/9. Of (tood duality Cambric and woven striped Poplins and Zephyr., 0. Cull, and ? II H«l tor If dies' Tennis Frocks an-d lingerie, an ««llent oual.ty and nice reinforced necks, collar, to m»tcb. Friday's Special, 6/» each. H even weave. Width 36 In. Usually «/ 11. Friday's Special, 3/9. Men's Half-Hose ? 3/9 pair. SI 11/6 Yard Silk Georgettte for .... ? 8/11 Best English and Australian makes, in_ All-Wool and S.Ik and Wool mixtures. l\ 1' *'***,*& .Ae**'*\ ?''?'? f cr ftw*1 lnd Scg'a- fldlth.*° 'm- V*™'* smart designs and colourings. Friday's Special, S/D. ll '/« yard. 'Fridays Special, 8/11. . ? Men's Pith Helmets ? . ... 1179.. il 4/6 Navy Radianta for .. ? 3/6. The remaining stock, of Men's Helmets to be Cleared on Fnday. 11/9. ' H An...

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Bowls, athletics, Rifle, Yachting and Lawn Tennis Notes BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

Bowk, Athletics, Rifle, Yachting, and LaiQh Tennis Notes bqw£§. By 6ne^§S£ Items of interest lodged by wea .? nesday morning in each week will appear in this column' . in ,, due course. Photographs will be used, if possible, in order of receipt. With favourable weather conditions generally throughout the, Christmas^ and new year vacation, bowlers: i^ere able to. participate in their chosen pastime -to the limit of their desires. Many one-day trips to convenient country centres tfere under taken by members of various. metropolitan clubs, and some longer tours as Sfell. South Park paid its annual vfgit.to Clare, but the cumber who made the journey appears to be 'less than in former years. The published results discloses substantial victories for Clare in each of the three matches (four rinks)- played; npparentty in the total of 12 rinks only one .Sontli Park four was up.' Afterton- visited, Port Elliot and yictor Harbour,, and was de feated by the narrow ?margins of four and three. On...

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

MORGAN SPORTS ! MORGAX, January 2.— The Morgan, annual athletic (ports were held on Xew Year's Bay. qeipite the weatbor, there wai a larce atten dance:-. Officials were:— President, Ur. T. nunai. vicc-prcnaeaii!, nr. r. niuiunp. x. n. riwtt.iW. Haarit, L. B. Dean, A. h. t A; S. ltafc-;.T. Bakor, F. A. Webb. A. Leslie. P. If.Qidan. K. A. Can-, T. Richards. E. J. White, FJ F-.Tbainm. II. a Crabb, B1. L. Raegatt. O. F. It F«ttke, H. KJi«, W. Winnall, S. Ulles Fearae, W. liebenlcht, .1. Dee; committee, Messrs. S.A. ClialkUn. \. IA-tan.U. X. Corcoran. W. Sexton. F. StrDaHs. ' U- ?It»chk«. P. JlcCarlhv, V.' tvrr.c? Jt.yJ. SnHnson, U. Dear. J. Qnlnn. A. KooujJ. W A. .ToniiR, I*. J. Cudan, T. T'orner, .r.-lljSell.iJI. J. Miilconroy, W. F. Hoffman, C. F.rrrttfi; hanSfcappcTsi'JiIears. A. A. Lambert anil .1, Quina; starter, Mr, A. Head; stewards, iUssr-. I*, tiston. 3. Qainru II. L. Rsggatt; tr.-.rl: steward. TIr. P,3. Cadan; Judges. Meurs. F. Wil bms. J. .T^Ikfcer, F. II.'Escottj hon. scrrei...

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MINTARO RACES. MINTARO. January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

MINTARO RACES. MINTAHO. January 1. a succesuui nee incccing was ueia n uin laro to-day, on grounds kindy lent for the jccaslon by Mr. A. Mitchell. A strong wind slew during the afternoon, but it did not affect 1 good day's sport. Keen racing was the order -f the dsy, and some doss and exciting tualct rare witnessed. - The secretaries deserve credit 'or the manner In which the meeting was con lucted. OfflcUIs:— Pntdent, Mr. J. A. T. Mort lockrI.Tice..presidehttj;:.Me«rs. F. ,B: Mqrtlock, Di«Horgan, .'J.'iMalcolm,- U, C. and P. Keahe, ?. W; Jacka, a andPi-Comerford, A. P. McLach Ian, J. Meek, J. Parr, D. Fisher, O. Garrard, and A. Hall; committee, ^Messrs. M. T. O.'Halloran (chairman); D. Horgan, J. P. Malcolm, S. Me Samara, J. Hector, T.. Hill, E. P. Faulkiner. and T. Pugiey; stewarfi, Messrs. W. Searton (chairman), 'and F.'R. Mortlock, F. Gumley, T Pugsley, and T. Hill; judge, Mr. D. Horgan; starter,: Mr. S. McXaman; clerk of scales, Mr P. Garrard; clerk of course, Mr. T. Pngseey; d...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

'A man has just bought his little 'daugh- ter a piano. 'Thin piano- is- really my very own, isn't it, daddy?' riie askct 'And ' when I marry I can take it with me, can't I?' 'Certainly,- my child;' replied the father, 'but don't tell any one; it might spoil your chances.'- ? '. :V ?'' ?.r/.';ir-:

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LAWN TENNIS GLOSSOP V. BENWARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

tAWN TENNIS olossop tIbeskark. Gloasop waa at borne to Kenmarx on 'Saturday and beaten by 12 sett, 11-1 games, tq 6 sets, 81 gamra. Scores! — H. Waye .(Glossop) beat Boyce (Reranark), 8—5; Brand lost to Taylor, 2—9: Clark lost tq Williams, 7—9; MorlU lost to Gibbons, 1 — S; Brugeaud lost to Far rraahart, 6— 9; HarrU lost to Beech, 0 — D; Wayc and Brand lost to Boyce and Taylor,. 4-^-0; Clark 'anil! Mori'j lort' to Williams and ? Gibbon-,- 6^-5,' S— ^6; ' Brugeand and Harris lost to . Farquahart unit Beech. I— «, -— 0; Miss Stacey beat Miss Uagler.e— 2; Mia Tucker bcatjMits Reidel, 6—3: Mrs. Heinerke lost to Miss Johns, 4 — 8; Mrs.' Sliven lntt to Mrs. Hdpkinj. 1— C; Ulsscs Fttcey and' Tucker beat Hisses Haglcy and Reidel. O—5; Mendames Htlneckc and-Slaren lost to Miss' Johns and Hn. Hopkins. 7 — ». ~ ? - SOUTH AUSTRALUS ASSOCIATIOS. A. meeting of the council of (he SoutU Am trallan Lawn Tennla 'Association will be held at the secretary's office,' 91 King William street, on Brfnday, ...

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BOARD OF CONTROL. Earlier Selections Urged. South African Visit Suggested. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

BOARD OF CONTROL Earlier Selections Urged. ^S^^^Afmak^yisit ^y::^-jSttgge:sted.' The Board of Control met in Melbourne last Friday, and arrived at a' number of important decisions. .: She selection committee for the fourth SVr''Hw»* u''tues^flBia.ine,secreiary 13Jr.t:W»'.-H. Jeanes), had been asked to make: ifs selections at least, seven days before the beginning_ of each match. In i communicationvreceiyed froja-th&Maryle- bone Cricket Club^ it had-boen'- stated that 'Mr. R. H. MaJ^tt. had^been:, asked to prepare: a : programine- ^of - matches for the next Australian. tour in England. The following sub-committee' '' had, , ;been ap pointed to ' confer with.-liir.: -Mallett :— Messrs. R. A. Oxladc,. J.'.8, -HutchtOTn, E. E..Beahy and-B. V. :Scrjmgour.; . : ??'?.'?' . South' Affrcan' Ttfir.-. '': ; It had been decided to infofBi , the .South African Cricket Association that the Aus tral jan . board would .be prepared- to allow a visiting team in 1931-2 50 pier. cent, of the gr...

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THREE WEEKS' SPELL Before Fourth Test [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

THp WEEKS' SPElic Before Fonrth Test - . After the eTose of play In the third test match Australia's leading players will have a rest from the strenuous in.»!ne^;.of test matches. The English men win aiso De tree from serious games. On Saturday they will begin a two-days'- match against Geelong at Geelong, and on Wednesday play for two days against Bendlgo at Bendfgo. They are then due to play a Tas manlan team at Launceston on Janu ary 12. That will test three days, and will be followed by another against a Tasmanlan eleven, this time at Ho. part, beginning on January 17. The return match against South Aus tralia Is set down for January 25,

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AROUND THE PICKETS. PITHY PERSONALITIES. GOSSIP ABOUT CRICKETERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

:;|Roi^wrans,: gdM About : cricketers. New South Wales has selected a strong team to visit Adelaide' neit; Friday. . The four internationals, Kippax, Bradman, Oldfield, and 'H. J. Andrews will 'join bin. u»iu ui ^uciuuuijiv. .j-uexcioii: uiuuy changes from the team which is playing Queensland. Kelleway, Hooker, and Marks have come into the team, in place of Punch, Jordan, Seddon, McCabe, Ratcliffe, and Davidson. The lastmehtioned being the young, but brilliant wicket keeper of Waverley. It is a strong team in batting, and ? Rood in attack, although riot very varied. Nicholls is the . fast ? bowler, and Hooker, KeJleway, and Fnirfax are all fast-mediums,' with Tlooker the best. -Fair- fax, although young, is tall and strongly' built, and is almost as big as Nicholls. Without. Punch, the: slow bowlmg -will be supplied by T. J. 'Andrews, Bradman, or Kippax. .The players new to- Adelaide are *C. Andrews, Fairfax, Hooker, Mor ris, and Marks. The latter was -selected because aof the inabi...

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OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCES. CENTURIES [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

OUTSTANDING PERFOR MANCES, CENTURIES A. J. Hyon (A. v. 8.)-.. .. .... 185 R. Teagle (C. -f. K.)... ... .. 178 D. G. McKay (A. v. G.) .. .-; .. .. 150 D;.;E. Pritchard. (P.A. v. K. .. .. 142 D. E. Pritchard (P.A. y. W. ,T.) .: 137 C E. Pellew (P. v. W. T.). ? '. ,' zlM V. Yeo (A. v. S.) .-: ? 120 V. K. Gould (C. v. U.) .. ..- .. .. 118 D. G. McKenzie ?P^. t. U.) :. .. 117 A. Hack (G. v. C.) .. .. .... .. xll6 G.-W. -Harris (P.A. v. K.) .... .. 110 B. W. Hone (U. v. F.A.) ? .. 114 H. C. Nitschke (E.T. v. U.) .. .... 107 M: P. Hutton (S. v. E.T.) ? 106 H. E. Whitfield (E.T. v. W.T.) .. 106 A.1 J. Ryan (A. v. K.) .. ? xlO3 H; E. Daw (P. v. G.) ? xlOl C. B; Sangster (U.V. E.T.) ..' .. .. 101 G.W. Harris (P.A.v. A.) .. .. .. .. 100 x Not out. ?? . ?\J GOOD BOWLING. , N.Jj. Williams (P^. v W.T.) . 9 for 22 C. V. Grimmett (K. v. U.) .. .. -7.£dr-e2 T. W. Wall (P. v. Colts) .; ... 6 for 18 L. R. Lewis (P. v. 6.) ...... 6 for 20 N. L. Williams (P^. v- K.)- .. 6 for 48 P. A: Ohlstrom'(K. v. A....

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ADELAIDE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

AnFIJimC PRODUCE- MARKET. A. W. SAKDtORD t CO., LBflTED, roported mTbttndty: — Batter. — Tnie la. botUr h»i kept, op' mil. durinf 'tlw holiday ? period, and igiln to-diy tbe demand for choleat .Un«» o( Iicioiy butter m well miniained. . Produo ilon'in tfilj SUterliihowuiK' a' ttMdy- decline him WKk-to week, u' ii /natural it thlj tlmf 3f; the. jear, ; K) tbat heavier -iniportationi are iecM5»rj to meet the consumptive demand. — Un- ortnnatelj, nun; of tbe lots received of ;creain ind batter were (howing the- effecte ot tbe heat, ind-had tobe placed in the' refrigerators : l«r ore' being diipoted of. . Values of top grades 'ere. a ahade (Inner. Choicest creamery frub rutter ln.bulk. 1/11); print*,, jd. extra; leoind md third grade,' 1/5J (these prices are inbject ;o' tie. rtibHiration levy oi l|d. per ft.); be*t -panton and dairies, 1/7 to 1/8;' fair quality, I-/ S -to 1/6; veil conditioned ?tore' «nd collec :or«,' l/*i tol/S; heated, -1/1 to 'l/2J'p« t-.. :Egg~L—iIcxt of .the consig...

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Trade, Finance, and Mining. TRADE TOPICS FISH BY PRODUCTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

-V ?. . ''?? : ,- *' ?;.'--.. '.:--'. . ~ ! - '*- *v ~\.-t:\;i'fi. »'::\'-''i ''''*-??- ? -vr-'-- -.'^ y^-; .- '.??*-?...-.?? ???'..?; .?.'.--; ~'''./»i^~' - '::.T:-^'.V^*'v^-;! ; .??... V,: FI8& BY-PflODUCfS.* .;. d ^ . ? The ..extent'. to ?which tHe ' utilization'?! Sail' byproducts- may be' employed* -inT a wide range- of industries,'.' on a'lcommer? «ially. economic basis, is ?suggested .by .-a detailed report on .tbe .subject, .lssuen^ny the Natural - Resources .Intelligence „ Ser vice, Canada; which directs further*. atten- tion 'to the. meal, 'oil,1 and 'other by products o£ the- fishing industry- in -that Dominion. ' The teport -opens, with; tbe^ following ' statement:— The , -waste o£ .Cana; diaij fish- products has l)c§n;patent:cuoiJKh to show that i£ more business ability and technical knowledge were infused into -tbe jnarine products industry, fisfiermen/a' and manufacturers' profits would, jump, the large imports of oil .would be unnecessary/, exports would have...

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MANY TENNIS TROPHIES. STATES BEST WOMAN PLAYER [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

, MAI?Yi3EJJlris TRX)Pki£& ^ATFa-'-Bte^jiTis.;*^^: ] ? UBe-'oi the features of recent' tchnis has jeen'. (he fine 'form 'displayed' by %fjsa ,K. [«} Jiessurier,' who this. week again won ;he metropolitan singles and doubles 'titles1 the. mixed donb)«a ..ohi»p^jb,ip,. ass«te-l by.'llpi) Turnbull.; m ? T*-.-r:i', :y-V-^-- ? 'Three Bbelves on the .matittipietie ather' horns; are already -filled * JriSr cfins ^nd' other, trpphies which1' Jftes:;^ Sftssujier Iuui won nt' tennis',. arid she has -probably accumulated more prizes at the great summer game' than - any other tennis play-r in' this State, man or woman. On the six occasions the metropolitan events were contested at Kensington Gar dens, Miss Le Messurier won.tha.metro poli'-jn singles championship, and her win last Monday makes her seventh consecutive success. She; has a,- wonderful record in this event; having never lost a rubber in any of the singles she has played in it. Tlie only time she lost ii set was wlicnslic def...

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