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19 Feb 1913

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19 Feb 1913

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Adelaide Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 19, 1913, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia Banff of bits italia Are open for the Trana action of a under we mouth Wau Ordner and Canberra. Vector Lav Triue. South Aust Sula Adelaide. Rottern Ata Straum Perth. And at Egypt Loase sm8 new Broad Stree. Last Dor Cama remittances made to and Dratt drawn on foreign places direct. In Eier Bifid negotiated and code cad. Letter of credit Aad circular Kotes is coed to any part of the world. or forwarded for collection. Bankin and Exchange buries of enry description transacted with us Desnoo wealth United Kio Jiom Aad foreign countries. Savings Bank of eastment Amane Immite open in practically All Poa Jessoe Money old sch Commonda Tafth and Psi Tam. on dam and May ?4oa0atai 7offiiwichii Chr 1/ minimum 0v rate of interest on Oor Tafa / Deposit of All deposits up to Der due s a Jan text 1913 gown Tsa 15�je17ir�cis 10 of Indian sold to Competition up to did. Privately. 150 packages of Ceylon sold to Ltd. were firm on spot at 7/6, and sex Coo Eyanna at 7/41 150 Bale january february March shipments sold at 6/6, 6/3, and 6/li. There was Good buying in Castor Oil. But Ter was unchanged at 96/. Cheese was firm at 6id to 6jd. Queensland cheese was offering at 5jr-Lairi Lien Selling at 1/1 per dozen Duck 1/3. Cheese demand a Strong and Good Bau news being put through at quotations Vii. Bid. To 7 d. Per la. For Large loaf matured cd. Honey prime new season s moving freely at 2jd. To sect j Erlb. Almonds Are very Saleable at Brandis d. Mixed ,5 d. Kernels 1/1, Bacon and Horn continue to meet with fair enquiry and values Are unaltered at Luid to Llyd. Per la. For Best factory cured sides hams 3/ to 1/2 Well Cut and cured farm bitches and Roll 6d to St country hams 3d. To Lod. Lard in Kins 71d. Balk 7d. Live poultry another Good Yarding was submitted at a Well attended Sale and Competition was keen for All prime table torts the Only dragging lines being a few coops of Light on-1 weedy Birds. Good table roosters fetched 2/6 to s/3 plump cockerel 2/ to 2"/tj� hens. 1/6 to 2/3 limit and weedy you a pct ducks. 1/6 to 2/4 geese 4/ to i/5 dipeon.,. Id. Turkeys from so. To lord. Per la. Jive eight for fair to Good Tab ii Birds. Murphy it Malone reported on february l8 the Jority of consignments of butter reaching the City Are suffering from the sultry weather of last week. A keen Sala exists for All arrivals that ure not too Baily affected. Buyers re showing particular anxiety to Secare Quality Lota. Choice Standard brands of factory butter tie sell ing at from 1/1 to 1/2 second Grade factories from Lod. To lid separators and dairies from Jod. To had. Store and mixed dairies from 8jd. To 9� pastry and a Caird lots Dowd to go. Pc. 1b. Kai supplies Ore rapid la diminishing and tartan once an for Ici est demand. Tic. Taster states Are Atoo aided voting to scarce Thair from this Market. Values re Trinco firm at 11 for guaranteed new Laid Hen eggs Ordinary. 1/1 Duck cues a in. The improved Sale of cheese reported last week Uli continues and heavy trading is going through. Kew makes Are Selling at Cid. Per la Henri rna Trou from 7jd.to Sid. Matured Lold. The tone of the Bacon Market is some fort easier. The consumption is show her a seasonable decrease but As stocks of South Austrino cure Are not Seary there the no decided alteration in values. Prime Sartory cured sides arc Selling from Lod. To 33d. Middle from Lod. To lid Rolls from Sid. To 10d.-, Ham from lid. To 1,1. Lord., from 6d. To 7jd. For bladders and Case lots. A Good enquiry is being made from the Cartem states fsr Bouth australian Choice Boney ond All consign Rozenti. Arc readily taken at 23d. Per la. The Adelaide chilled butter and produce com Pany reported in february l8 butter cooler Eather has Erimo lated demand. Most of the factories Are still feeling the c3ecu of recent heat making supplies of really Choice Short. Second and Low grades co Ruane plentiful with limited enquiry. Pro Tenn cables better Market for choicest australian at 110/ at us Eastern tales aug Hill firmer in sympathy. By auction a.c.6. Creamery and Good to Choice Fatt Bry prints 171 to l/2 Ordinary factories prime dairies and separators Lod. To la cd. Fair dairies stores and collectors so. To did. Eggs those Ria Chinig Market Aro somewhat beat affected and irregular i Quality guaranteed new Laid fresh Hen 13 probably n. D. Godby will be on Habel in the Newmarket Handicap. The hurdler Larrenia has been turned out but j. Curr has taken in hand an own brother to that horse. Or. A. J. Stang ton s two year old Ches nut filly in Etc by one Moo Masc Carew has started Active training at Flemington. C. Bolton who won the Oakleigh plate on saturday on Barre had Ridden four times previously in that race without Suci Cess. The Hon. A. Von Doussa will lease for Melbourne to Day. Accurate by acumen jumped Well in a school Over hurdles at Flemington on Mon Day morning details of the Oak Bank nominations Are published to Day. Haragus was omitted from the list of entries for the hurdle. The omission of his name or. Von Doussa states arose in copying. The Secretary of the Onka paring club has an entry in the great Eastern Steeple Chase in Shafer who has a mount Gam Bier Hunt cup to his credit. Owing to the Short time Between the autumn meeting at Flemington and the . Fixture an attempt is to be made to get a horse train to run Sydney in the evening of the wind up Day at Flemington. K. Bracken is to ride Al Conner in the Newmarket Handicap at Flemington. Moe is Back at work at Flemington. She strode along on the Tan at Flemington on monday morning. Cider it is stated struck himself when galloping in the St. George stakes at Caulfield on saturday. Happily the result was not serious. T. F. Scully the Trainer of Burri also has embrace in the Newmarket Handicap. Arro form is said to be a particularly smart Colt with a Nice smooth style of galloping that docs not make him appear to be going fast. The Adelaide pair Balmoral and Caris Brook safely reached Flemington and they were at Flemington on monday morning for Light tasks. Carisbrook a a Well grown Bay Colt. This is what Caspian has to say about wide Iowa who failed in the Oakleigh plate on saturday. It looked As if he had undergone some wonderful trial or had cleared out Scobie s stable. There Are Many Home trials however which rarely pan out in Public and this applied to the favorite. He had every Chance to win but he was not equal to the occasion. There can be no doubt about the Way the Newmarket candidate Nowarra Eliya gallops on the track. And no doubt As to the number of times that he gallops. He was on the Tan at Flemington on Mon Day and ran three Furlong in 37$. V a horse galloped on bum s off Hind Quarter in the course of saturday 8 race and a piece was taken out of the Colt s Heel. Burri gave his Trainer an anxious time for an hour or two after the race but he appeared All right on monday if sore. Or. F. W. Heath recorded the follow ing times at Caulfield on saturday Bond cup first half mile 53i second 534 third 502 last six furlongs lal7�last mile 1.44. St. George stakes first Furlong 14� next half Mye 50? next 50 last six fur Longs of last mile l44�. In Leigh plate the first Furlong Ana a half Ivas covered in 19, and the final half mile in 49. Or. Godfrey Watson who has been ill with pleurisy is now Able to leave Bis room out is still weak i on saturday or. J. O. Inglis acted As starter at Caulfield. The weights for the Mooney Valley meeting to Day were framed by or. A. H. Cox Wiro is a new Comer among Bandi cappers. A fair amount of Money was taken about cider St.,George stakes at 9 to 2 and 4 to l and at the close of operations he firmed to 3 to 1. He did not get Well away in the race but after two furlongs he gradually worked up into position and led into the straight. The favorite on whom r. Lewis was Riding hard could never fairly extend cider and he won cleverly. There can be no in cation. Writes Caspian about the superiority of cider Over Waclawa after this race and or. Wynne s Colt appears almost a certainty for the St. Leger. By reason of his Success in the Oak Leight plate Burri will now be called upon to carry another penalty in the futurity stakes making his full extra weight 10 la. The weights now read i i Mthm he Reto him butt it Akhil ots of Oats. Seven Nirh sheriff 3fulr inc. 7 la. Pen 812 Sattle 8 � Flueras 85 Al Conner. S 5 Post Ais .8 t Blinda. 8 2 Pax Olles 21 e. Al Lowance. 6 t flaunt 21 in. Al " Lovrance. 6 9 audacity 26 to. Allowance 6 7 Gondar of s son -56 St. La. To Sloane Ina 10 la. Pen \. 911 Broadsword inc. M Kex. Pen 0 h popinjays inc. 10 la. Pen 0 10 cider inc. Is la. Pen -"8 0 Polowa inc. 13 la. Pen. 0 4 Burri inc. 10 la. Pen 9 1 Ireland "90 Eudora 3 it. Al Lowance 8 12 since Solawa Inck ily beat cider in the Volc Derby the Sydney Colt has twice turned the tables on the victorian in the c b. Fisher plate in the Spring and in i the St. George stakes at Caulfield on saturday. Solawa is so Brilliant that the i majority of race followers thought him capable of accounting for cider Over the nine furlongs of the St George stakes i and a Short Price was accepted about or. E. E. D. Clarke s Colt. Oders Trainer to. Payten did not however think it Likely that his Colt would be beaten and followers of the stable backed cider solidly at the last moment. Cider not Only won but he scored writes Goodwood m decisive fashion after having All the worst of the running and none the Best of the Riding. He4 got away last and was then disappointed More than once in trying to get through in the first half mile. Barnett How Ever rushed him to the front. At the railway Side and had him in front at the straight Entrance. Solawa after j being temporarily blocked before reaching the Nome turn got a Nice run into the i straight but could never get on terms with cider who won with three Quarter of a length to spare. Cider is Small i compared with Solawa but he is apparently the better Colt. A Aissa finished strongly and was Only half a length be Hind Solawa. He was carrying 15 la. Lover his australian cup weight while i Piastre who finished behind him had exactly his australian cup weight up. If he can stay out the journey adj Nam looks like taking a lot of beating in the two and a Quarter Miles race. A Good double for Tae Newmarket Handicap und australian cup at the present time appears to be Mala and a Mesa. The rights for the Booth in Cooee ten with the Naracoorte races to be hem on March 12 and 13, were offered by pay he auction on Friday by messes. De Garie and sons. The publican s Booth fell to the bad of or. James Pinkerton of the Commer Cial hotel for �31 10/. Against �23 paid by the same purchaser last year. Mrs. Mcpherson secured the luncheon Booth for �3 18/6, and mrs. Brady the fruit stall for �2. The total amount realised for the Booths was �37 8/6, against �28 15/ obtained last year. Enter state sporting. Melbourne february l8. Bulla Warra has been scratched for the steeplechase to be run at Caulfield on saturday and the fruitful Cort for the . Ascot Vale stakes the following j scratchings have been recorded for to mor i Row s Mooney Valley races february plate Mare bin. February purse Arnold. Welter Cool Gunyah and Westport. Sydney february l8. The latest scratchings autumn produce stakes St. Sophia. Eppie Colt. Miss Rater. Feint it Oue mob in. Prince of Arragon Maeon. By. Leger stakes aviator Bon Rcv Boa soil and Bon ton Doncaster Hnnry Tiara i Omar Idia Yam. Champagne stakes St. Sophia March King a Ood Reeve Oppte Coit Felixstowe Mordkin Prince of Aita gon. And Macon. Spring meet my 19�3. Derby St. Sophia and March King. Autumn meeting 1913.-St. Leger stakes St Sophia. To Day s Moosee a Allric 7 1 pkg Bjalme. Wednesday. Pc Burnarr 19 Hya Impap hurdle race. Two Miles. St. La. St la. Foroe Rule 12 to Warneea 9 10 lotto " 910 red Pramee 30 7 Dukery �10 Inver Mickie. 3d 5 Moon lighter 9 7 idealist 10 3 i idler 9 j Cana Ade to 3 Seldom 9 Mountain Heather to 0 Sitver Stock -. 9 2 Mowad -. 9 0 Osmor Jenl 9 a tuba 9 0 Handicap. Kaur Fri dogs. To bal Dhul. 9 1 Gul boder. T"7 Royal str ser 8 n Hiya. 7 7 in Merton. 811 Bra Echo 7 5 Walbrook. 8 7 single stick 1 5 Lima _ 8 6 bal Blair 7 i Bullie b. 8 6 7 3 quark Bairn. 8 5 Avlona " 7 2 Myrica " 8 2 bowl orc. " �. 7 3 Caver " �. 713 wishing cup �. 7 .1 to Anarch " 7 13 noir Croix 7 0 Ramses 7 13 Daloja 7 0 Stratiform �. 7 13 Popper to so Traquair 71." Early Flower ". 6 11 masquerade or 7 11 uto.5 6 7 risk Royal 7 111 twelfth night " 6 7 sir a Sholto 7 7 Valley Handicap. One mile and a Quarter. Coard 0 4 tirs Pagee " a Balmoral 8 10 Loch Amos 7 9 diabolo 8 7 Call boy " 7 7 porch. 84 Lory lad " " 7 5 Prince Harold 8 2 Belfast " �. �. 7 2 Georgette. 8 2 Lacus. " " 6 9 Tetove. 8 0 Blythe some " 6 "7 Yura night Dang in non � Fortune -6 7 lady Mercia. & 2 lady Boc 7 12 february plate. Six furlongs. Sweet malt. Go tenterhooks 7-n Georgette. �. " 810 Waska " 7 6 Jemilah ". " 810 7 s precious. 8 9 613 double Fortune 8 6 lady Jane 6 12 Earl Godwin .�"85 Dun Garvan 6 12 Brave heart. 8 4 morning Rose 6 10 Shackleton -."84 Carraway " 610 Dee Side " 8 2 6 9 Rose View so Dunoon. 6.9 Avance " " " 8 0 Ughoc " " 6 8 malt bin. �. 7 12 Hornsey �.-�. 6 8 february purse. Six furlongs. Arnold �. 9 0 Lisbon. 9 0 bin Jura " ". Pouter. 7 4 7 3 Blank Cartridge 7 0 Yarrin. 8 9 master Bobby " 6 12 perversion. 8 7 Stretton _ " " 6 12 Plymouth. 8 7 week end " s it gunfire " " 8 7 Cape Barley Gio Cucut Tiago �. 8 s Mary Hurst. Stella Black y. " 6 � careful �. " 8 0 6 8 Koltalo """80 6 7 Kareena " ,. 7 13 Fred Huid " " �. 6 7 Campanile " 712 Kap Karb " ". " 6 7 welter Hant Cap. Seven Forloney. North Woodleigh 913 Sidra " 8 3 double Fortune "98 Chesten mss " " 8, 1 porch 96 8 0 Ooola Gurayah "96 Mountain Heather 7 12 Mai Grafton 9 1 Gold braid 7 12 Yuranich Daugh morning Rose 7 11 Ter Foj 1 Herd lad 7 10 blakcnay.9 0 no Aumoe. 7 9 the beggar maid 8 13 careful " " �. 7 8 Riga door " " .8 32 Honorious " " 7 7 la Troma. 8 12 Malcasian " 7 7 old Oderberg. 8 9 Westport �. �. 7 7 Radiator " " " 8 4 lady Fortune Bulla paring i. Prince Colin Ocean port Lincoln weights. Run March 6. Cut of plate Welt Fri. One mile and one Furlong. At lb.,s at la. 9 13 lord Eminence 8 30 p 7 Yalunda """87 9 21 Killarney " 9 01 Eyre s Peninsula Handicap one and a Quarter Miles. Morgam the 9 3-1 Bulla paring. ". 8 lady Fortune. 8 10 i Yalunda. " flying Handicap. Six furlongs. Lady Fortune " 9 6 \ Yalunda. Bulla paring " 5 0� the Mast. Prince Colin "89 Lightheart Ocean " 8. 71 Fae Mebs pc be. Une mile. Lady Fortune " 9 51 Martello " 8 6 Light heart 8 2lj. H. Tif ghe3, Haua cancer. Ocean lord fun Inere 8 0 7 s 6 0 7� 7 7 8 0 7 7 detailed Nome Atka i Bun March " racing club. Handicap hurdle race of �500 two Miles and three and a half or. We Warrens b g Raag Atira aged. Or. W. D. Or Orier s b g Kulsuma aged. Mrs. E. 6. Manuel s b g Caringal � years. " or ? g John aged. In John Lewis b g Kopenick. 6 Yeats. Var. John. O Connor s by g Lolas aged. Or. J. Mullins Jua Sib g a Drift 6 years. Or. D. Tail s by g Everard aged. Or. M. J. O grady5� by g Royal Mason aged or. M. J. O Andy s b g Horsley aged. Or. A. P. 8000130/5 b or by g Katin Gawa 6 years. Or. J. Mcginn s by g Lochiel 6 years. Or. O. Crowe s b m Dacua 4 years. It. A. P. Bowman s b m Narr Nyeri aged. Or. G. A cunts b be by g Attlebridge. 6 years. Or. W. J. Nolan s b g Jaeger 4 years. N or. K. D. Bowman s by g in Zdrada 6 years or. K. D. Bowman s b m Asika. 5 years. Or. Thomas egg s by g master Miller aged or. Angus a. Smith s b g firearm & years. Or. C. B. Ware s b g Moo Enbar 5 Yean. Or. C b. Ware � b g Gundagai. 4 years. Or. W. T. Moro cups b or by g a Lakota. S years. Or. J. Muffins jus.1 c g Journeyman 5 years. Or. J. M. Cunt mole a c g Gre me aged. Or. T. D. Mcmahan s cd King Malion 4 years. Or. T. D. Ogaban s b g Nal Yappa 5 years. Or. J. A. Ban me a blk g Harp Agua 5 years. Or. W. Anderson by g lord Desmond aged or. J. Hots b g Celt 4 years. Or. Lesue Start s c , 6 year. Onka3pabd�-Ga cup of �900. One mile three Furlos. Or. W. Handley sub c pistol King. 3 years. Or. J. Lewis b h Ambrook 5 years. Or. O. L. Gardiner s by m cassava aged. Or. C. A. Gardiner s b h Calamus ? 5 Yean. Or. C Irwin s b g Socotra 4 years. Or. J. J. Doyle s by h Monte matto aged. Or. J. J. Doyle s b g rigoletto. 5 years. Or. G. Gillun s to g epistle 3 years or. H. Gothson Al t m Venns 5 years. Or. I. Bid s c g eager 5 years. Or. C. Crower s b c Raum 3 years. Or. R Mostyn Owen s c h Wassail 4 years. Or. W. Hopwood s c g permian c years. Or w. Hopwood s b h a Borraro. S year. Messes. Griffiths and hat Maford s by g Bave Spur 6 Yean. Or. A a. Curves a is Loar Tjo Ley. G Vears. It g. Al colds Worth � by h Sonja. Area. Or. A d. Mcconald s by or h h Banff fire i Tan. Or. E. n b m Penis urns. � Yea. Or. Hil. Bowmen s b c Crock fire. I-3ainv or. E. I Shraer s or t Valia . \ Toff Ryan s b f polenta. 3 years. Or. Schubert z lord 1 Zoderer a. J. R. Henderson b h master Kanhu earn. a. B. .1. Bar Beroa b m own. 5 yeas. Or. S. P. Jackar b b Ireland. 4 a or. P. Tooks b or arose Bush nod. Or. .1. Hay Ward b c Safe to Taco. Or. F. T. God bus pfc g Strathdon � Vears. Or. W. R. Ribard on s by c Dev Rufeh 3 year. A. K. J. O a rarer b or pfc s Gonic. Jeara tar Agra. Great easter steeplechase. Or �1,000. Three and a Quarter Njal Csc or. A. Book b g gun Case aged. Or. A. Rook b g Hay Cutter 6 yest or. B. Mimicking s b g Sam tinker. Asni to or. A. B. Sinclair s b g Trarop aged. Or. W. D. Eraser s b g in Lama As or. Pc d. Crozier s Bli or by g Droman a aged. Or. A. A. H. Bennett s by m Eny Oge. 3 years. Or. A c. Sort s b h scottish boy t years. Or. H. Levis by m lady Camilla aged. Or. R. M. By Corker s c m Haho Stur 5 years or. C Crowe s by g Ariston aged. Or. F. W. Allen s b c Bobonet 2 years. Or. W. Hopwood s b g the Pagan 5 years. Or. H. Bowman s by Nimoona 4 years. Or. A. D. Mcdonald s c g Kosai 4 years. Or. K. D. Bowman s b g greek fire 4 . C. Smith s b g Summerfield aged. Or. G. D. Basnett s by m St. Mace 4 years. Or. S. Brock s b g sir Vincent 4 years. Or. A. Schubert s c m Sadr Corona 4 years. Or. J. Bullock s by m dry Ope 4 years. Or. J. F. Henderson s b h master Enan -5 or � ?. Mckay a b h Acland 4 . T. Keuy s b a Harmac 2 Vears. Or. S a Beach s b m la reveille 3 Yeam. �. A Hunt i b h 0ron Basalt age of tier s b m a i i . W. B. Richardson s Tir m Bedsloe 6 aged. Oaeba5k in Oyebi. Of �200. Seven and half furlongs. Or. C. H. Berth s b m lady absolute 6 Jean or. Clia Gardiner s a m cassava aged. Or. J. Patterson s b g England aged. Or. J. J. Doyle s by h Monte matto aged. Or. J. J. Doyle s b g Goletto 5 years. Or. G. Gillen s by by epistle 3 years. Or. To. J. To Snelling s c m Blue Moon 6 years. Or. J. Mccann a b g Londonderry 6 years. Or. H. P. Mclachlan c b g islam 3 years. Of. C c Bott s h h scottish boy 4 year or. P. Coffey s by g lord Blyth 4 years. Or. J. Lord s b m Ethel Maud 4 years. Or. C. Crowe s b c t uni 3 years or. B. Mostyn Owen s e h Wassail 4-Ycars, or. W. Hopwood s c g Penman 6 years. Or a. E. Press Brm playgirl 5 years. " -1 or. B. M. Hawker r b f Bai 3 years. Messes. Griffiths & Hann Ford s by g Ravens Par 5 years. Or. W. J. Nolan s c m Bosemon aged i or. A. D. Mcdonald s c g eos i 4 years. Messes. Goodier & Coombe for e g fastness aged. I or. C. Smith s b g san Joan 3 years. Or. A. Kill Rier b by g Vara 6 years. Or. C. B. Ware s b g Moo Enbar 5 years. Or. A. Hoffman is b. F polenta 3 years. Or. A. Schubert s c g lord thunderer Reaia. ? mfr. A. F. Henderson bul Douglas s years. ? s ent strongly and mudstone j. Kullorn an i vet ods sin j."�, lord Bolman beat Mery lad Over even furlongs on the course in 18. And Cedonia was striding along. Gom brands ported a Corple of furlongs on the Tan in 254. Lucadio spurted half a male in 55 Sec. Balmoral ran four furlongs doing tie last Trade in rings to 39. Taki Pono Harris ran six furlongs on the Tan in 1.20. Gillam Antong did not look to have in doing a Furlong less in 1.6while Mala who looked Well after his race at Caulfield did an even tame five furlongs. Cool Imatong did the last three furlongs of a spurt in 31, and sir i Sholto and Pomosa also it out for a Short course. Twa brigs did an even time mile on the Tan where to Bimpe ran five furlongs comfortably in a. Billian went about a mile and a ? Quarter " on the " ban going the last seven furlongs fast. Off and. Arro form were let off lightly while piastrea., Shanahan was going smoothly throughout a Gallop of once round the Sand 01 furlongs in 2.31, the first mile being done ia.1.49. And be could have improved Consi deza by Orr the time if it had been required. Berry con Sals l. V. Morgan spurted three furlongs on the Tan in 40, and Scatia went two furlongs further in 1.7. Ruby Hau Totoa concluded some ? striding work on the Tan with five furlongs in 1.9and moved nicely. Duldul and Nemon did the last two in rings of a spurt on the Tan in 27. Cider going with great dash ran six fur. Longs on the coarse in the fast tune of 3-17. Popinjays tried the same distance but Watt l18 tanning it and he still looks As though be would i Taan Rove with every Gallop. Stainer gave Dzoic Aad scotch malt w smart a length and a half beating Over a Furlong less in 1-5, while Barios i also on the course galloped a mile and a Quarter in 2.16. And beat tardy. Cd. P. Bell Over the first six Furlong in 1-209. Field general spurted j half a Mue in 52. Bor Rosov w. H. Smith porn portably covered a like distance in 544. A dictator waa striding along and did the last five furlongs at on even time Pace Kuri Ngai Didus Eubulus Nyland Norbrook wishing Cap and Andelasia All did unimportant tasks. Uncle Sam ran an even Tina half mile. Flavian and lome kept company me and Quarter in 2�23, while the untie and effervescence galloped a Mph i in 1.48. Captain White was striding Ejong and Vanguard did the last half mile of his work in i even tame. Uxbridge g. Harrison did a working Gallop once round the Sand in 29. The last i male taking 1-55. Banavong assisted in turn by the finance gelding and Qai amond galloped a mile and a Quarter on the Tan in 2.19. Ireland cd. P. I Burn and Kim. We h. Smith were Well together fur five furlongs Rou in correspondents. Wolter Boomer. Seeing that the Hesse is dead it is too late to say any More. A. Clark distance of the Wilio Ristoff cup is one mile and three fur a. J. Warwick umber Umberta new South . Butler Rode Journeyman in the Mal vern hurdle at the a by. Foundation meeting on january 27. Dream " waa no. Is on the card in the Burnside. Handicap the race he won at the . Fawn Daviou meeting on january 27. Agar Estes ri5fe & Vul it of wills Jamestown acceptances thursday february 20. North Eastern acceptances Friday february 2\ not a lobed 811 its from w. Perial Jau a Stum. Feus shirt. 7 6. H. Pledge t7,19. Go gee St debt. H30toaicceilon. Adelaide and 6kbubba1� association. Fulham versus pres Woosly reported eight for 1s6 to. , c. I &. Ham. B. Borchers. 1 j Golding c. Bailey b. Borchers 4 s Kingswood , 14 total 136. Bowling a. Young two for 4 a. Of Yar two for 55 a. Borchers two for 15 c. Wick Ham 22 w. Donnell one for 27 a Meldrum one for 9. Wallaby a. Donnen c Edwarde b. Good. 17-, g Bailey c Wright h. Edwards. 30 c. Wickham w" Webb. 1 w. Meldrum b Edwards 7 w. Webb b. Kings Wood 2 a. Fryar. C. Rowell b. Kingswood 2 Gram. B. Kingswood 2 w. Smith not out 20 a. Borchers c Webb b. Good 13 w. Gaetjens. B. Good 0 a. Youmg absent 0 sundries 7 total us. Bowling a. Webb one for 13 it Edwards two for 23 s. Kingswood three for 11 i. Good three for is. Yorke pest Stlla association. A. Grade. 1 ye3t3 versus innings. 110 a. Mosel 10. J. Tonkin 16, b. Wallis 24, j. Sanders 32, s. Hayes 10 . Weatherill four Ior-48. A Andrews two for 33, a Spry three for a. Second innings three for 37 t. Bale 10. S. Hayes 16, l. Knight 11 no. T. Couch two for 23. Turks 381 3�. Spry 24, f. Leak 34. E. Weatherill 13, a. B. Cly iou 13, r. Lord l8. R. Andews 10 j. Sanders three for 23, s. Knight two for 28. B. Wallis two for 35. Cross roads Terasas federals Cross roads 279 a. Hicks i. W. Richards is. P. Murrin 29. Bich arts is. H. Murrin 16, d. Reddin 10, b. Richards 20. F. Hancock 23, i Davey 23 n-o., j. Hoffman 32 r. Bonney three for is. A. Curnow two for 25, p. Edwards two for � b. Curnow one for 23, o. Arthur one for 3l Federal five for 388 r. Bonney 66 e. Dennis 40. A. Curnow 3�, c. Arthur 45 a it. Hartley 11 nov h. Eichardt two for 46. Wallaroo vast , 46 a. Mor Iris 38, t. Ashton to p. Raymond six for 16 g. Dodd three for 3�. Adm two far 123 c Drew 86 a. A Bober Tsan 30 no. H. Heath two for 39. B Grade. Kadina East versus Inong. Is j. Davis 35. B. Winker 13, f. Hopkins 10. J. Davey 30 w. Western seven for 28. R. Stagg three for 27. Second innings 6t j Gepp 32, l. Davis 30. B. Matheson 15. F. Thomas 36 no. J. Brokenshire six for 30, b. Rowe four for 26. Kadina 154 r. Stagg 27, b. Rowe 10. A. Philips 23 . W. Weston be. A Jifa Odin 30 j. Gepp seven Jar 55. S5h��let . The min Taro and Blyth teams met at Clare on saturday afternoon when Blyth conk do Noi him a asst tic to Wuhu of h. Richardson and wer Oil out for a. B. Getter 13, f. J. Walt shins 31. Ii. A Farrow 10, c. Bumon 10. Boating h. Ili Chardin eight for 30, a. Richardson to for 3l min Taro. 2bc for for wickets a. Bufe Edson 142 reared. 5. Torr 46. B. Rowe 44 net ont t. Richardson 29. Bowling of. L. Isaach Seu one fur 27, a. B. Be incr one for 32, t. Clark be for 72. Position of Dobs min Taro played won lost 0. Irown 2, Point 12 k Bunga played 0. Non i. Lost 1, c Radii 4, pm nuts 12 Clare played s. Won 2. Lost 2. Dra ii 4. Points St water Vale played 6. In. 1� Ket i Drewa j. Poi is 3 Blyth Hay Edos won 0, Ost 3,-dra a. G. Taylor rec 4/6 c. O. Robertson rec 5/6 r. Dechert. Rec 5 6 Myrsell rec 35 s. F. Billing rec 15 Cornish rec. 3&3l men s and f. Didiert owe 40-3 Coombs and r. Billing owe 30 3 Muligan and Berriman owe 30 Hock and Willmott owe 36.4 meats and j. H. Rogers owe 35.3 w. Dee ban and Craycr. Owe 15-3 Brock and a. G. Taylor owe 15-3 Kinnish and j. Angus owe 353 Milne and lower owe 4/6 Treveyon and Gryst owe 4/6 c. And r. Dechert owe 3/6 j. Rogers and Edsman. Scratch Ninnes and Clarke scratch no Newkirchen and White Roc 1/6 Pitman and a. F. Billing rec 4/6 Cornial and Myrsell rec. 35.3. Ladies r. Ashby owe 30 miss d. Payne owe 15.3 miss e. Meyer owe 35 miss s. Goddard owe 3/6 miss Brooks rec 3/8 miss g. Jarvis rec 4/6 miss t. Ray rec 33 miss b. Langley rec 35.2 miss k. Sexton rec 16.2 miss e. Pryzgoda rec 30. Ladies Ashby and Goddard owe 30 misses Payne and Meyer owe 15.4 misses Sutherland and Swinden scratch misses tarns and Ray rec 4/fi masses once and Langley rec. 5/6 misses bennets and Linn rec 16 Misse Mawby and n. Mawby rec 35 misses Richards and Gilbert rec 15.2 misses Sexton and schole Field. Rec 35.2. T mixed. Parr and c Dechert owe 50 Mira Meyer and r. Billing owe 30 miss Payne and f. Dechert owe 15.4 miss Goddard and w. Dechert owe 15.4 miss sub Olefie and Bromley owe 3/6 miss Ashby and Craker owe 3/6 miss Jarvis and Mears owe 3/6 miss Ray and Rogers scratch miss Langley and travel Lon scratch miss. Brooks and Clarke rec. 2/6 miss Linn and Ninnes rec 4/6 miss Thomas and a. A Taylor rec 363 Hiss bennets and r. Didiert. Rec 35-3. Claremont versus gle3 Osmond. Ices be Johnston and Swinden lost to misses Brennan and Kellett 2-7 misses Caddy and Powell beat Mirada Richardson and Widenbach. 7-2 m s3 Johnston lost to Mes Brennan 2-7 miss Swinden beat miss Hallett 7-0 miss Caddo beat miss Richardson. 7-2 miss Powell lost to miss Weidenbach 6-7 Andreon and Moyle lest to Johnston and Sheppard 5-9 Potter and sets Nora beat Chappell and Williams 9-1 Rowett and Swinden beat Kerr and Calder 9-3 a. E. Anderson lost to a. Johnston. 4-5 j. Movie beat Shepperd 9-7 r. Potter beat Chap Pell &-3 a. Seder non heat Williams 9-4 b. Rowett beat Kerr 9-1 o. Swinden heat Calder. N--1. Claremont. 10 sets 103 Sames Glen of mad s Seja 66 Baines ? football. South Adelaide Clos. The annual report of the South Ade. Laide football club Windi is to be presented at the annual meeting on March 12. Is a most satisfactory one. After congratulating West Ade. Laide on securing the premiership the report con. Times it is with a great Deal of pleasure that your committee have to report the satisfactory position of the team at the end of the season and trusts fat 2tombers. ? tt3erone-Sa, of Matzal Umatum a atm g. Bax & sons Kot Wood " " " 1�0 Bakers Ori Girs bread factory _ " �09 brew Thiesi brewery 4x arc a avidin St " consulting e. C morsel ii optician Geader pm 2046 aka Farsi Che people s stores Googer St. 725 electrical Engineer is Gerald Goodman lid 190, Pirie St. 2363 hairdressers tobacconists 1 Charlton t sons 78, King we St. G7.8 7 Une merchants. If axes s Lime Tim ten Waymouth St 9 59 Locksmith. T. Nelson is. Growler place �. " " 4154 midwifery Hosp Tala Glen Garif Kent town.17"tt is Alfery and nursing Homei Stanmore. Melbourne Street . 146v1 nursing Hohes Best Banard it a a. A private Hospital. Miss hand 4298 undertakers and fume Rai. Directors. Frank j. Etc debt 47-tt, Wake fled St. "411 veterinary surgeons w. H. Harvey Rose Park " " " " 40x Wood Turners Wiley Spencer. Flinders Street. Ill Central 976 is the is Timber you wast if you Are seeking a Good . The piano line. get All ret tired information relating to High Grade pianos or Estey Oskans. Kunnels p32ceuc by Golva. I a Rema aka ble feat. A Rema Feihle feature of Jack Gunn s Sydney Melbourne motor Cycle record is that it beat by 7 minutes the time taken in tic recent relay ride Between the same cities in which ride a number of the nest riders in Australia each Rode a Small. Portion of the distance of course on different motor Cydear. This Means that Gonn on his Baa. Machine was Able to cover the whole distance of nearly 600 Miles at a greater Speed and. With less trouble Thoa the relay riders were Able to. Do for comparatively Short Dis Tances. Gonn Rode the same machine that holds the australasian hour record a Standard 3 . and in his own words be never opened the too Sag during the entire 25 hours ride. Boxing. A new zealand contest. I Auckland. February l8. I private Palmer the Roguli a service Champion beat Ireland the new zealand Middle weight Champion on Points in a boxing contest which lost 15 rounds to night. Rifle shooting. Was �y3 beat Freeling. A Maxon was fired on the Freeling Range be tween the was Leys and Freeling Rifle clubs on Satar Daj. Eight men fired for was Leys and nine for Freeling one of the latter being counted out. The conditions were seven shots and two Sichter at 300. 500. And 600 Yards � scores Wasley a. Bock 33, 33, 32-96 w. For rest 33, 32, 82-95 w. Oliver 33, 35. 29-86 j. A. Faehse 30. 32, 32-94 b. M. Faehse 27, 32, 34-93 d. Sellick 31, 30, 33-92 k. Oliver 29, 33. 29-91 e. Bair 27, 33, 27-87 totals. 743. Free log of. Schwartz 35, 34, 23-97 b. Gerlach. 26, 32, 35-93 a. Pellew 27, 30, 34-91 g. Turczer. 29. 32. 30-91 f. Wehr 26, 35, 34 90 h. Matuske 30, 82, 26-90 j. Harvey. .23, 27, 34-sb Gul 28. 33, 22-s1 totals. 722 club. The third shoot for the railway officers trophy a Jred. On sat Irisy. Banges 700 and so Yards. To shots. 2 richters showed. Scores g. A. 40. 42 5 -87 a Ball 40, 40 5 is Captain chamber loj a. 36, 38 3 -77 j. A. Gus Cott. Of 43. 61-76 e. Clark. 33, 33 6 -72 p. G. Coleman. A 38 2 -71 p. Sec Lair 31.,31 5 -57 c. Rogers. 17. 39 41-60. Points to Date a. Sinclair. S g. N., 6 in Benk. 5 j. A. Guscott 4 p. G. Cole Nan. 4 c. Ball 3 Captain c"h3mberixj-ne, 2 h Cartledge 3. If the a Low priced serviceable Cheam separa. So Jess Sisr Tor. So cheap thai it a sold at about half the Price of other separators. So practical that thousands of Farmers in thi6 state use the Domo every Day. Write for list of testimonials. Style Gallons. Price. A _ �310/ b_-32 x4 3. 20 Mew 228 �7. 3c 45.__i�3o10/ v 4-, 67 _ �34 30/ a ios _., �20 a. W. Dobbie & co., Ltd. Gawler pm no Stiie agents. Albs the Meray to tit to bed ebb. Hap Oer nearer. Add aide. An interesting article is published id the Sydney evening news of saturday or last descriptive of a journey from went Worth Ait the Junction of the Rivers Murray and the Darling to die South. Australian Border. The writer states that on Lear Imp Wentwor i and Brosang the an Abranch a different a kiss of civilisation is met with than has previously been encountered. The Type of Man differs from lie Darling Type. Whether being nearer co the South australian Capi Cox makes use to him More congenial one can-1 not say with any Confidence. But there i a not take same err of a Man fighting diff a on ties a is noticeable in Tihe Darling Resi Dent. Possibly in May be the advantage the Lover Murray Mem has Over the la Rimigio. The former is assured of ant open River to Busy centres for a. Michr longer period. Perhaps pc is Fco re which lends to him a new feature distinguish Able to the visitor. Or is it the country he lives in the Road from Wentworth to the South australian Border runs through country which seems hardly fit for stocks yet what is running carries Fine condition. The Road is devoid of interest in Tho earlier a Tares Plain country whose uninteresting aspect sends the traveller to sleep or would if attention to his horses were not compulsory. Swamps flank the Road in which. Abounds Che spinifex so dear to Manv native poets. Wild fowl there Are in plenty no Amateur oort sea penetrate this far into the Interior Peli cans ducks and Black swans pred Minav ing. Wang Ellic some 27 Narpes from went Worth was a Day s stage likewise a spot for several Days spell. It is one of the or terror Beauty spots of the Murray Tai Homestead. Curving his name f All die Way to the South Australia Boundary the general aspect of the country is the same. Plenty of Rubush the Sama yesterday to Day and for Ever Cal Lal a Little Hamlet at the Foothills of Ana towards the Boundary Fence is the official end of new South Wales. There is a Post office and a police station. Further Orf is Tareena 16 Mues from anywhere it �6 a town of two houses one of who Cox is a place of Many wire for it is tha last office before entering South austra Lian territory. From Here the tourist anxious to immortalised himself goes Alontra the Boundary Fence for a mile or two Ana engraved his initials on the Boundary obelisk if he can find a vacant spot difficult task. There Are several homesteads near this place but some mile apart and the Scotia country still practically unsettled opens out. Dry m a measure bin plenty of Sal Bush and Bula for sheep and cattle. But the Emu and the Kangaroo Are in Possession for the n Best part. Some Day the real potentialities of this Eoto sch West Corner of new Sou a Wales will be realised As something More substantial than an arid waste and Only a Black Man s country and whoa hat time arrives there will be less run Ning to other states to make Homes. Ai few illustrated samples of some of lies of Bock Block holdings and. compare favourably with the pick of thei Hawkesbury Valley. And the Aims Phaff conditions Are not greatly Doss Mil a 3 the mormons meeti2e1 to the editor. Sir i have always been led to Lyn War that under the British Flag Complete religious Freedom was guaranteed to Salt creeds so Long As the teachings of those creeds did not encroach on the Liberty of others or conflict with to Laws of to whom i spoke who were under the impression that Brigham Young was Stul the head of the mormon Church whereas a has been dead thirty five years. This is of fair Sample of the knowledge the Publia at Large Bas about mormons and Beitt affairs. The statement which has been freely made lately that girls have during the past few weeks been induced to leave Here for Salt Lake City is a barefaced falsehood As to my certain knowledge non girl belonging to the mormon Church a gone to Utan from Adelaide during fhe past three years. I was told that i ought to be ashamed of myself sending tvo of my daughters Tiver there but As i happen to have Only one and she is still at Home the shot failed to reach its Mark and the Only thing i feel ashamed of is the Conduce on sunday night of some of three Callina themselves South am. A. A. Sci Emo Mil / Hampton Street. Goodwood. February 17, 1013. /. Sir in reply to critic i a treat Tiff Al to suggest that fair play be Given to All no matter what their views Are on and religious subject. We allow the y.m.c.a., the salvation army and other to hold meetings in the streets. What right have we Stop any other religious Tody from doing the same thing critic if he had his Way would Banian everyone who did not believe the same As he did. That is not christianity. The police hat a a perfect right to ask or. Hearn if he had permission to speak in the Street and if he had the police would have been the first to protect him. The latter Dajc saints Are not the Only misguided people and i do not know that their doctrine a any More than other religious doctrines. Perhaps if critic waa to get into conversation with some of the latter Day saints he would find it very hard to answer some of their arguments. The authorities Bave no Stop any one religious body More than another. 3 do not believe in the mormon doctrine and neither do i believe in some of the so called doctrines preached in Thorne of the churches under the Guise of Bible doctrine. The crowd that upset the mormons meeting were not christians. They proved themselves otherwise. Christ said if any Man hear my words an believe them not. I judge him not neither should if they Perse cute me they will also persecute they will also say All manner of evil against we live in a free coun try but if anyone is allowed to upset meeting just because he does not believe m what the speaker said what kind a place would it Bei let critic answer i am a not a cd Wal some curious statistics regarding the Nav due prevalence of suicidal tendencies Dur ing toe summer months As compared with1 the Winter months Are Given by the Vienna correspondent of the lancet., statistics of the cases of suicide which occurred a the course of last year in this City he sis show that 1,558 persons killed them selves Here a compared with 1,406 Murinjr the previous year. It is worthy of note that the increase was mainly among females 627 of whom took their own fives As compared with 610 during the previous year whilst the corresponding increase among the males was Only 33. This make it seem that females Are less Able than males to resist bodily and mental troubles and the Strain of daily life but a sad Fea Ture of these statistics cur Rcd in i Briary and a Czemba by. I

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