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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - October 18, 1952, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia plastic Garden Hose 57/6 per 60-ft. Coil rubber stores of . 47 Gawler place. 186 it fondle St. 26 Bank St. Cool smoking Monarch cigarettes 3/2 packet of 20 wholesale agents Cornell limited ?1 122 Pirie St Adelaide for jockey Arthur Beasley this was a moment of Triumph at Caulfield today. He was bringing Peshawar Back to scale after winning his fifth Caulfield cup. Behind Peshawar is King Amana of a who was Ridden into second place by a apprentice Don Cowie. Right fashion note from Caulfield miss Joy Roberts in White flowery hat with touches of Black and quilted White taffeta coat dress. Picture of cup finish Page 1 7. Peshawar was in Luck Melbourne sat sensationally backed favorite Peshawar nearly lost today s Caulfield cup through two mishaps which occurred during the exciting race. Racin out of the straight he clipped the heels of a horse in front and was nearly Down. Later his Saddle slipped right up on his loins. But Scobie Beasley unperturbed Rode the race of his h be to win his fifth Caulfield cup. With a sustained run Over the last half mile Peshawar beat the. South australian King Amana by a length and a half with Durham placed third in a photo. Beasley was shaking his whip at Peshawar at the finish but he appeared to have the race won three quarters of a Furlong from Home. At the turn it looked like two South austra lians. Double Blank and King Amana righting out the cup. Double Blank folded up but King Amanda fought on King Amana s rider Young d. Cowie of Ade Laide said i think we would have won with a better Barrier draw from no. 22 we were right off the course most of the Way Beasley had previously won the caul Field cup on St. Fairy Skipton tranquil Star and counsel. In melb. Cup Peshawar the hottest cup favorite since Ber Borough 7/4 in 1946. Was backed for a Fortune overnight and he started at 11/4. With King Amanat 20/1 and Durham at 13/2. A crowd estimated at nearly 70,000 saw Pesha War run the mile and a half in 2 min. 30 Sec. In Fine weather and on a Good track. Peshawar has 8 1 in the Melbourne cup 1 1b. Less than he carried today Bat he can be penalised up to 10 la. He is also engaged in the Mooney Valley cup with 8 9, but i View of his race today and the Melbourne cup ahead he May miss that event. Peshawar finished to Day As if the Melbourne cup distance would not be beyond him even with some increase in weight and As a result of his win he will firm greatly in the Market for the big twid Miler. King Amana is not engaged in the Mel Bourne cup but Dur Ham who was third to Day has 8 2 1 la. Less than he carried today. Peshawar is now on top of some Melbourne cup charts with Alder shot and Morse code. Dah Ray is still on the second line of favouritism and re formed has joined Fet Lar and a Naan on the third line following his Good run in the caul Field cup. Double Blank has firmed a Little. Latest order is Aldershot. Morse code. Peshawar. Dalray. Retlar a Naan no. Reformed no. Hydrogen double Blank. Bronson catch free. Friendly feeling Dur Ham. O Story of race Page 17. Big test for parties in Federal by election labor winning in Flinders Melbourne sat labor is Well ahead in the Flinders by election and late tonight it appeared labor was almost certain to win the Federal seat from the government. Labor candidate or. K. E. Ewert led from the Start of counting and increased his margin with each posting. To overtake or. Ewert or. J. F. Rossiter Liberal must pick up about 3,500 in approximately 15,000 votes outstanding which seems an impossible task. The result is a personal Triumph for the Federal opposition Leader or. Evat who has been extremely Active in this Campaign. The poll was regarded As the severest test of the popularity of the Menzies government since the Lyne new by election in 1951, although victorian elections have sometimes proved a poor guide to Federal prospects. The result will not disturb the balance of the House of representatives but it will be keenly Dis cussed As a Pointer to the next Federal general elec Tion. Figures late tonight were k. E. Ewert lab17,698 j. F. Rossiter lib13,397. Mrs. G. M. Stratton ind449. B. Hipwell ind358. Informal 385. Although nearly one third of the total votes have still to be counted the present substantial returns from All subdivisions provide a Cross Section indicator of the final results. The Liberal vote is sure to impro\5p slightly with further counting of the Rural sections of the Divi Sion but it is now Clear that or. Rossiter will fail to poll As Well As he did when he unsuccessfully con tested the South Eastern province at the june legislative Council elections. He was then Defeated by just Over 600 votes when the Liberal total split in a triangular contest. Or. Rossiter who does not reside in the electorate has also apparently failed to retain the Strong per Sonal vote which always assisted the late or. Rupert Ryan whose death necessitated today by election. There Are nearly 3,000 More electors on the Roll than at the april 1951, general elections. Of these about 1,200 Are in Frank Ston subdivision which has previously returned a Liberal majority. It was expected that the increased vote would mostly favor labor. At the 1951 general elections or. Ryan Defeated or. Ewert by 22,728 to 17,833. Liberal leads in Stirling the endorsed Liberal candidate or. W. W. Jenkins was 800 votes ahead in the Stirling by election tonight. He leads or. W. P. My Tifaney ind. Lib with 12 of the 24 polling places counted. These figures included the returns from the two major polling centres Strathalbyn and Victor Harbor. Or. Mcananey led easily on the earlier returns with or. Jenkins always in front of or. F. A. Halleday Independent. But the Victor Harbor boxes put or. Jenkins a Victor Harbor auctioneer Well in the Lead. Progressive figures Are w. W. Jenkins lib. 2,407 w. P. Mcananey and lib1,607 f. A. Halleday ind738 informal 69. Total 4,821. A poll of 7.007 is expected. Express held up 3hours the Melbourne express left Adelaide 3 hours late tonight because a derailed freight truck blocked the line at Conarro South the truck smrt. It a tailed Bend bound freight train left the line pulling out of Mona to South station about 10 Miles from Murray Bridge at 6.30 . Officials held the express up in Adelaide because it was not known How Long it would take to Clear the line. A breakdown train from tailed Bend reached the derailment about 9 . The truck was undamaged but a Section of the track was badly twisted. I it was expected the track would be Clear Lor through traffic at 12.40 . Railway officials announced the express would leave at 10.30 As soon As this was Learnt. Most passengers stayed in the train or on the platform awaiting the announcement of the Depar Ture time which was made about 9 . The station cafeteria which usually closes at 9 ., was kept open until 10.30 for passengers. A second class traveller with a piano accordion entertained passengers in his Carriage. Lion mauls ii i Tamer Melbourne sat a 14-year-old circus lioness Pansy savagely mauled her Tamer last night. Victim was Tex Hoin Ville. Claimed to be the world s oldest lion Tamer at Perry s circus at Moorabbin. Pansy sprang 10 ft., pinned him upright against the Cage Wall for several minutes and clawed his right and leg. When he escaped. Hoin Ville was bleeding freely. But put the Lions elephants and horses through their acts before he had 22 stitches inserted in deep wounds. Fiftieth mauling it was his fiftieth Maul ing in 35 years As a lion Trainer in Australia. Europe Africa. And America. In that time he has had 1.200 stitches m wounds inflicted by Lions tigers and leopards. Telling of the mishap today. Cornville said As we were playing the fanfare. I opened the Cage to let Pansy and three other lionesses out. Pansy came out first. Instead of leaping to the right she snarled swung left sprang 10 it. Through the air and almost knocked me Flat. As she stood up and pinned me the worst thing happened i dropped my crop. Pansy knew this. She bared her fangs and lashed out at my arms and legs. My right was use less after she had slashed it three times. Picked up crop As cautiously As pos sible because a Man has no Hope once he is Down i forced my left Down and picked up the crop about 400 people attend ing the1 circus sat tensely As Pansy tried to push Tex Down. Suddenly i gave her a terrific Belt across the snout with the butt of the crop Tex said she lashed out again ripped my right knee open in several places and re treated sullenly to her Stool. But she had smelt blood right through the performance she kept look ing for another opening. She made another at tack but missed As i was putting her Back in her Cage. Then when she realised she was beaten she put her head Down for a Pat Man 72, drank acid a Man. Aged 72 was admitted to Royal Adelaide Hospital this afternoon after he was reported to have swallowed spirits of salts he was Lester Snow Den of Shierlaw Street North Richmond

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