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Adelaide Sport (Newspaper) - October 10, 1924, Adelaide, South AustraliaNational Library of Australia Golden f 0 1 1 All tobacconists 12 Fox leading sporting House. Globe hotel mount Gambier. R. S. Mcmorron proprietor. Good accommodation. First class table. 600d stabling and motor garage. Best ales and spirits sold. Phone mount Gambier is. Travelling sportsmen to broken Hill Burra Marrabell. Railway hotel Saddleworth. James Allen proprietor. Good accommodation first class table. Voted House for wines and spirits Walkerville ales. Garage and stabling. Popular House of Call for sports. Newmarket commercial Road port Adelaide. Hotel h. K. Ryan proprietor late Ald Gale hotel and commercial hotel Yarc Owis up to Date Saloon. Phone port 2210. Front bar. Tom Exmouth Scovell s Saddleworth. Hotel wines spirits. And Tom True to Label. Beer always Nice and Cool. Sports this hotel specialises in catering. Guarantee it. Good stabling and Large garage. For your new premises or repairs of any description Dro a line to Shirlock Brothers builders & contractors 95 George Street Norwood. Estimates Given. If wanting any car entering or building done drop a line to j. L a n g l e Yangas Road. Cottonville. Shop fronts and office fittings a speciality. The old Norwood footballer m. R. P l u no e t to Tudor Street Dulwich authorised plumber Gas fitter. Galvanised Iron worker. Estimates Given. For general House plumbing. Phone Central 6325. Notice to racing and coursing men. Whelan s late of Thistle hotel. Waymouth streets now in Possession of the Selborne hotel Pirie Street. Four Alcock s billiard tables. Haussen s and Walkerville ales on draught. Phone Central 912. Spain s commercial hotel mount Gambier. This has been the sporting Centre of mount Gambier for 27 years. All leading lines of wine ales and spirits kept. Ample accommodation. Good table motor garage. Loose boxes. James p. Spain proprietor. Phone mount Gambier no. 6. Half a to chats Well what does Joe travers think of the Cricket prospects this season pretty Good remarked the great old Veteran ail Rounder. I m looking for a record Boom in Cricket this season. A couple of Vears ago when the englishmen were out Here there was a great Cricket revival and you can take it from me that the 1924-25 season will beat All records. The English people Are extra keen after the ashes and expect to win enough test matches this trip to put old England Back in the Cricket picture. We May miss Mcdonald but after All he was never a top Notcher on australian wickets when he had the englishmen to wheel them up to. It was on the English wickets that he made Fame. So those Cricket fans who Are deploring Mac s loss Are unduly worrying. The main thing is the restoration of Jack Gregory. If that great doer s leg stands Good then Australia will be Home and dry in the tests for there Are Good bowlers to keep the Home fires burning. Anyway As you seem to value my opinion you can take it from me that the ashes Are not due just yet to depart from aussie s morning Clarrie Northway. May we be permitted to congratulate you on annihilate � win last saturday you have not trained As Many winners this last year or so As we expected but the Best of trainers have an off season now and again. But once you make a Start training winners there s no telling when you will Stop for we Don t know a better Man at getting a Geegee fit for the fray than your own modest self. No. We Are not looking for a spot or a Long Sleever. Only expressing our honest convictions. Anyway if we Ever get bitten by the gee owning germ we know where we would go to put our pads under a Good Trainer whose name would be c. A. Northway. Hooray Good Day Bobby Barnes and let us Tell you that you gained no kudos by beating old Boss Daly in the goal kicking Competition at the Oval last saturday. The Universal opinion is that you should have let the old Warrior secure the prize. Why you did t is hard to understand seeing that Boss is nearly old enough to be your Grandfather. The other competitors seemed to Dron out of the Competition in order to leave ancient Boss and so it came to Nass that you had to kick off against the old time crack goal sneak. Now you could have dropped your bundle and allowed the old warhorse to Romp Home on his own. Instead you treated Boss As if he had been one of your present Day rivals. No Bobby 1 we Are sorry to say that we Are not proud of you for going your hardest against such an old tinier As Boss. Why if you had kidded to the old fellow and let him beat you you would have been better liked. N o Good sport would take such a Veteran As Boss seriously and that is Why we feel a bit Cross Over your Grabill action. When you get ancient and Grey and butt into a veterans match How would you like a younger opponent to trim you up a treat tata guess you would t. A the Good old colonel and Tell us what you think of senator Pearce s mucking up of that Relief party to Rescue the two White women captured by the Nigger s right on the roof of aussie. He of Pearce is a Champion Muddler yet. He was minister for War during the big Toush. He of he had military advisers to put him on the right track he acted on his Pat in the White women Rescue stunt now if he had taken the advice of practical bushmen he d have done All right. Pity he did t. Anyway it s a Good Job Pearce did act off his own Bat when the War was on. If he had done so what a Pickle the . Would have got into yes look at the Lovely Pickle the present Rescue party has got into. Well there you Are As Long As we have big chumps like Pearce at the head of affairs we can always expect these muddles. A Pitri in t it Good Day Day old Topsy Waldron did t s e e you banging your Frame in last saturday. Well no. Evidently others think they had More to do with shaping the destiny of the old Redlegs than yours truly. Well let pm. You had Jack Woods there As a sort of Kingpin and no doubt he thinks he did More for the nor Woods than i did. Well once Agai let Hin. When the True Story of football in South Oss is written it will be seen who mad the nor Woods. He of yes it All depends who writes that history. Well whoever he is i Hope he will be two eyed for we have too Many on eyed people still associated with the Good old game. But i m not worrying. The old timers know who gained Fame for red and blues and As Long As those old timers Tell their grandchildren there s not much Chance of a certain clique doing me out of the epoch making stunt. Goodday morning Sam Rasheed glad to see you Back amongst the Cheque collectors last saturday. It looks As if that dope fiend has been shooed off the premises does t it Well keep him Well off and you la soon get Back your lost punch. Anyway somebody was glad to see your stable Back to winning form. An off season can always be expected by the Best of trainers. Look at old Tom Matson s stable. You would t say old Tom has lost his punch would you of course you would to for you and everybody Elese ars looking to old Tom to do one of his comeback acts before he is much older. So Long three year old s Victory sprint Par Vista out of Luck the final event the six Furlong we Gall Handicap at Morphet Tville last saturday fell to a three year old in Gay element. Only a moderate performer As a captured one race last season from this same Barrier there was not much encouragement to Back Hei Here but Over the last bit after always being in a Handy position she wore Down Labung and just gave the judge enough to go on. The unlucky horse of the race was Par Vista. At the Home turn he must have been fully six or seven lengths from the pacemakers. In the Home stretch he put in a fast run Only to meet with interference and when he got Clear the race was practically Over. Even the he was but half a t length behind Labung when the Box was passed. This race saw the end of Gaveston who a week before had returned such a Good dividend in the kennels Handicap. Rounding the turn he was seen to stagger go on for a few strides and then fall. He had broken a blood vessel and soon expired. The favorite Thrina gave his backers a very poor run for their Money and Bailee guard who was also heavily supported swerved out badly when the pressure was applied in the straight. Montella showed some of her old Pace and although she tired she Hung on Well enough to end up fourth. Right next to Post office. Criterion hotel King William Street. C. A. Goldfinch proprietor. Late commercial hotel Jamestown. First class Saloon bar. Guaranteed True to to All liquors. Phone 1149. �19,826 in stakes. Heroic s great record. Heroic by winning the . Derby on saturday last augmented his s Ake Money considerably and at the present time has won approximately i ,826. Heroic Cost or. J. R. Tortcen 18u0 guineas and even at that High figure was a cheap Colt and so far has proved a veritable Gold mine. Gloaming has now passed eurythmics s stake record total but it seems More than Likely that even gloaming s wonderful amount will be surpassed by the wonder Ful and dashing Valais Colt. Heroic has some wonderfully Rich races in front of him and should he succeed in capturing the . Derby and Melbourne cup these two races alone will put his stake winning amount very close to the record now held by the crack new Zealanda gloaming. Heroic raced eight times As a 2-Yearold, and his two essays As a three year old have been wins in richly endowed events. Following Are the races won by heroic and the value of the stake Money for each event at two years. Won breeders plate second Debutante stakes. Won Gwyn stakes won Mariby Nong plate won Alma stakes second . Sires produce stakes. Won Ascot Vale stakes. Won Champagne stakes. � 2398 200 600 2086 750 300 1830 3462 at three years. Won Chelmsford stakes. 1200 won . Derby approx 7000 All men believe in dreams while asleep. The Good generally die Young or outgrow it. A Money invested in knowledge pays the Best interest. A woman without a past should be Happy but she in t. Most people would rather be miserable Rich than Happy poor. Kisses either mean a great Deal or else they mean nothing at All. Observe new and the Grenfell Street weekly was t referring to � -6 with John Gunn pulling one Way sir enery another the poor taxpayer is the some women make a fool of Man but very often the woman makes a Man of a fool. Although women have been slaves to dress modern styles Are doing their Best to set her free. O the Man who is constantly disjointed in others is Likely to be a disappointing fellow himself. Register taxation thought it was the taxpayer who a generally operated on. An old Bachelor says that some women Are born foolish some achieve Folly and the rest marry fools. 4 -6 after All there Are but two ways of making a living working for it a and working somebody else for it. They say the flapper s dress is witty meaning thereby that it is Brief Brevity being the soul of wit. -5 there have not been so Many slips Between the pot and the lip since it has been Selling at sixpence a time. People who Are every now and then turning a new Leaf blot the new with the same stuff that spoiled the old. Never Trust a husband too far says a she male pen usher. Nor a Bachel or too near she might have added. -6 o during the heavy rain of a fortnight ago a st. Peters tenant complained to has landlord that the water was two feet deep in his Yard and his fowls were being Well give up hens replied shylock and go in for 4 there was a sign upon the fencer wet paint and every sinner that pass d by and Saint a hand placed on the rails and said gee whip it says wet paint an i la be blanked it is 4 4 America has its Angel of Siberia Africa has its Rigel of Durban and Noav Australia has imported the Angel of the Star of the this latest Angel is attached to a Cul pictorially boomed in last saturday night s before flying to Sydney she was an actress in London. 4 4 4 4 the press is being blamed because people Are. Looking at parliament As something to be laughed at. Pity the poor press. Yet has t the politician who made the complaint sufficient sense to see that some of the men who get into the North Terrace talking shop would make Good comedians if they took on a stage career t 4 a
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