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Adelaide Sport (Newspaper) - October 24, 1924, Adelaide, South AustraliaNational Library of Australia special note to sportsmen Call Wulin in Gawler Foh thl. Tai or on a visit to commercial Gawler. Hotel Robt. Ferguson proprietor Lite of Globe hotel Llo Onta. Goo accommodation. First Ola. Tajik Fiji . Westers Dale on draught. Stabling and Gahaga. 1�a to in nutty i Wim Hix a Walkley s Laura Koto i ate Mitchell Laura. travellers. Var or ales on t Raught. All spits guaranteed Rui to Label. Cremone Unley. Hotel Jack tins Well proprietor Kly in the i nil a Kim Kkt. Rak j 1�u. Bks of l1quok is did accommodation. In fact t that is of a i n min dts from station. Royal Oak hotel Street Adelaide must i. Ass m imm dilation of Al i i it blow. Iii i a n a Takiff. Fred. Powell proprietor. First ass . I Iii Isen a West arid Walkerville an i to Lotf Sulon has just be Nadda a Fiol Lii a i alias Rice Sci and cold Ca i. Of i Iii 4 Robin Hood Wotel Strathalbyn. E. Are. Byrnes proprietor Lati us Oulu a. Bust of ales and spirits can � relied upon. Good accommodation and Mility. A it sort. Pii ims Iota s. C. �. Elix Painter & Papek Tatj Nget Recti Marks for All Branch or Lii of. Ink ital innovations a specialist 0 Stanley st., Norwood h.,i,f to Nentl 22 i0. no it management. Freemasons hotel Pirie Street Adelaide Harry Bailey proprietor l if i and Edwarf town. tii i Stop Wims and spi sold. Heft accommodation pm Mike outre 71 l. On Thi Road to Mannav Palmer hotel Palmer. A. S. Rogers proprietor Fyan Kalilla hotel a Nice motor drive trom Aoe Lalu a list lass Tai ii an1� at Voulff Iii Iun. In s Ami is i hits till in to Lackl. I Alt Auk plonk. Pow Aundo Ink management. Gepp s Cross hotel Mick f i my ins proprietor. on travelling Piplic. House of Coil inc a and spirits True to Label. Or Dick the Well known to of photographer. Commercial and general anything any where anytime. i Hotdog Apher to Tea the critic and Mel Liurni 112 Franklin st., Adelaide. in i visitors to broken Hill Call and masonic see Peter Hay. Beryl Street hotel right opposite Sulphide Street railway station. A Erst Hinkof the Best. A Home Romyome. Readers As tipsters five Winner Sanda third Thebes in our Competition five sixteen and two fifteen. Five readers tied for top honors in last saturday s Competition with 16 Points Viz mrs. Pitt Russell Street. Ethelton miss v. Gaylard 112 Morton Street North broken Hill and messes. L. Warl Atid Goldfinch Terrace Cowan Dilla l. Brine. 12 George Street Theberton and to Torrington 134 Patton Street South broken Hill. These five have been paid �10 each to tip for to f Morrow s Martindale meeting and their selections Are appended mrs. Pitt Handicap hurdle Kibosh. Novice plate Terry Alwyne. Alanora h Dicapu paving away. Brush Steeple mount Cooper. Trial peach Melba. Welter Surie. Miss p. Gaylard hurdle Zizzo. Novice Boisson. Handicap steel Bronze. Steeple Epictetus. Trial Eringa. Jux. -1 welter Mur Unmil. Or. L. Warland hurdle Zizzo. Novice Fanrak. Handicap Wai Parie. Steeple Epictetus. Trial peach Melba. Welter Wai Parie. Or. T. H. Torrington hurdle Cilika s son. Novice Terry Alwyne. Handicap nig ger1ng. Steeple tick time. Trial Selwyn. Welter Don Gingham. On this occasion there were More sixteen than fifteen As there were i i by two runners up Viz mrs. Mcdowell. Stanley Street Kilkenny and or. J. Coveney Palace hotel broken Hill. Mrs. Mcdowell and or. Coveney have been paid �5 each for the following advice mrs. R. Mcdowell ii hurdle sobriquet. Novice Fyvie. Handicap sniggering. Steeple Epictetus. Trial Eringa. Welter he s mine. Or. J. Coveney hurdle sobriquet. Novice Terry Alwyne. Handicap Uriah. \ Weeple mount Cooper. Trial Eringa. Welter Lantana. Or. L. J. Broomhead 33 Scott Street Parkside a previous runner up who was unable to let us have selections in time for publication likes the following for Martindale Kibosh Ken Long Uriah mount Cooper sunny Day Fyvie. Cop y of last week s successful tipsters selections. Mrs. , Buzz Valley 13o\\. Dongarra Epictetus Blank Fil " ii rala 16. Miss p. , woo Roora Boucaud boy Dongarra Epi cirtus Tagala 16. Or. L. , Buzz Valley boy Dongarra Epictetus by vie Tagala 16. Or. L. , Buzz skyrocket Dongarra. Epictetus Blank Tagala 16. Or. T. H. , Jaso Valley boy Dongarra Epictetus lanky lady Linnea 16. Mrs. R. Mcdowell. Whyalla woo Roora Valley boy Dongarra Epictetus chief tone Tagala 15. Or. J. Coveney Whyalla. Buzz boy Dongarra mount Cooper Ilanny Wohler Tagala 15. Tipsters Why walk about shabby when your be made Brand n e v for 7 clothe by can dry cleaners and expert dyers 86 Hindley Street and 66 jetty Road Glenelg. Phone Central 179 hats a specially. Central. Hotel Kadina R. H. Langmead proprietor. The Central is recognised As the sporting of Kadina. Front baft and Saloon. Everything of the Best sold. Ample garage phone Kadina no. 8. Accommodation. Loose boxes. House a e. S. Langmead manager. T i i b h m fish for health and Comino for fish 21 Hindle Street phone Central $72 coming competitions. Our search for turf tipsters will be continued throughout october and november and it will be conducted on the following meetings october 25martindale. November 4melbourne cup special. November 8s.a. Watts. November 15port Adelaide. Dongarra f. Wright returning to scale after winning the Kidman cup at port Adelaide last saturday. Sport photographer. F h pads of coupons. To Savo individual readers t e expense of postage and trouble of admires Sirij envelope etc., a number of coupons have been made into pads of 12, which include two free tips As expenses to the Reader who disposes of the other 10. To will be pleased to Send one or More pads to any Wadei on application who cares to help a in our Seaich Toi a Good . Syndicate s successes. The Syndicate Mcaulay Martin and Moore who recently leased set Ial of c. L. Gardiner s horses Are rot taking Jong to make their canc dates pay their Way. At Morphet Tville they scored a win with the influx and a second with Josef and at Cheltenham last week Tagala carried in the Good work by annexing the five Flarlong Porambo Handicap. The stable was particularly confident about Tagala s Chance and he is installed favorite with Labung who had rim Trio Good races at the Derby meeting next in request. Tagala was fractious at the Barrier but jumped away smartly and gradually drawing out for a Lead soon had his antagonists in hopeless trouble and Wois a Sily. The three year old Cash Box was always handily placed but was caught on the line by brilliance who put in a smart finishing Effort. East ? at j showed Nace but failed to stay and while Labung had a Handy Ortii most of the Way lie could never hit the front. Big punters Are they a menace to the turf ave big punters a help or a hindrance to honest racing ? this question is just now in the minds of All Well wishers " of the j sport for within the last few weeks we have seen very unfortunate happenings on the turf. We have seen j. R. Corteen,.a,heavy betting owner support heroin in the . Derby for something like fifteen thousand pounds. The principal danger to heroic Lay in tote new zealand Colt Nigger minstrel who was Ridden in the Derby by the new zealand jockey Ashley Reed. And finally we Are told on what appears to be Good authority that Corteen has engaged Reed to go to Victoria and do a lot of his Riding. The Derby duly came off and Hert in had to be Ridden with whip and Spur to beat Reed s mount by a head. Be far As could be seen Nigger minstrel could not have done any better but the taint of suspicion must inevitably hang round the race for whenever it comes to a struggle Between a Man s honesty and Gigantic financial inducements the average race goer will always Harbor a suspicion that the Money May have influenced the result. No charge is made against Reed who so far As could be seen from lie stands Rode his horse honestly but we desire to Point out the menace which these frightfully heavy Pam Beers Are to the turf in general. If owners who bet in a Small Way know that their jockey has accepted an engagement to ride for. A heavy Betti in opponent they will soon get Clear of the sport and will leave ii to the battlers and gamblers and the sport of King s will resolve ifs of into a icing of chinese War. In which the Purchase of the other Side s soldiers is not Only permitted but encouraged. The stewards would hardly have to Ken action in the heroic Case for there is nothing at present in the rules of racing to prevent an owner from offering an engagement to the rider of a dangerous competitor but there is a clause in the rules which enables the committee to refuse a nomination wife hoist assigning any reason. It would certainly be in the interests of the snort to refuse the nomination of All horses owned or train. By an owner or Trainer who had dealings with has rival s rider before any big race. Bound for India. Young Harry roles who brought who s mistake to Adelaide and trained him previously to f. Bailey taking him in hand was Back in Adelaide Over the last week end. He brought across for Bailey to train Ivandale and Bondale. Hairy returned to Melbourne by monday s express As he has been engaged to take the Monk to his new owner in . Roles has visited India on five previous occasions and has induced Arthur Niemann to also try the land of the Rajah and rupees. He thinks a rider of Niemann s ability will do Well Over there so Arhur has also left Adelaide with the intention of making the trip. Roles s a Clever steady Trainer who can e trusted with Good horses and we Ope to hear of both he and Niemann aking Good in India. Exhibition of fast jumping. Ends in disaster. The Only candidates seriously considered in the Ralli Hunters Steeple at the Amateur club s meeting last saturday were Valley boy. Skyrocket and curtain fire who went out at the order named. Backers of the first named pair had plenty of fun for their Money but supporters of curtain fire were dismayed to see their Choice drop right out of the fight in the first round the Castaway gelding was pulled up before the conclusion of a circuit. Skyrocket on the other hand was to the front practically from Fia Gfall and leading Over the first obstacle he made every Post a winning. One until he met his Waterloo at the second last Fence. The victorian treated the Brush As though they were hurdles and although he hit several of them before he Dis Kip de his rider at the one mentioned he set up a tremendous Lead and hut for his Accident it would have been impossible for him to have been caught. \ j. Carlson who piloted skyrocket remarked after the race that the horse was going too easily and it was this that caused his downfall. Piid Jed an the Pace he showed and even allowing for the fact that the a position to him was composed of Hunters it would not be surprising to se6 ? skyrocket score in open company if not in Victoria then in this state vhf re the Steepl chasing Talent is riot particularly Strong. With the disappearance of the Leader the Issue Lay Boleen the old aryan gelding Boucaud boy and the Adelaide Hunt cup runner in Valley Pov. Arid the former Hal Lite difficulty in shaking off c. Darkens mount in the Home run. Tom Gibbons in the Boom. Since that first amazing Day of cup final chaos which introduced it to the Public Wembley s stadium seems fated to be not Only the stage of great events but the Centre of unhappy controversy. This was aroused a few weeks ago by the Rodeo. Now the much advertised and very disappointing Gibbons Bloomfield fight has had a surprising and controversial sense. It was stated that Tom Gibbons the american who knocked not Bloomfield. Had consulted his solicitors concerning the payment. Of �7000 alleged still to be owing to him and that several other boxers who of tight in the preliminary bouts had followed his example. Gibbons As Victor a to race be 10.000. Before the sniff his 7anji"-fr. Or Eddie Kan he had and �3000. Bloomfield. Whose share t is �6000, is said to have received the i sumo amount. J the minor boxers. Including 1 Bloomfield s brother Joe Tom inv Mil i an. Scottish Welt weight. And i Dav min ilk. The Irish . A to to to Aid sums ranging from t ?1 no to 1 Accordine 1 to a statement by Liyan Tab e Pien in question want to office of main Arnold Wilson. The Uvo Moter of the contest to Bopa but the major was not Thev. The total of lenses of the fio it of vomited it is understood to about �27 and. Gibbons s 1 ill ,. Nip s1ntnimnf. G a Bong Del and Tho route 4 i Ord v to Obj Nin his Man a. Gibbons hew cd Vitin Fott Al tiny f i7f v Fin part pal for rat of his reputation and the Credic of boxing. J under new management. Theatre Royal hotel agent st., broken Chas. Mathisson Hill. Proprietor. First � travellers. All spirits True to Label. . 3181 0. C. Shrowder the jeweller for All sporting medals. Right next King William Street Between Telegraph office and criterion hotel. �60 Chance for turf tipsters �50 Given scorer of most Points and �10 for runner up �60. .1. Or ? rotors of the sport Are on the look out for a Good turf tipster and intends to give away �60 at each meeting for the most successful advisers. Arr. In i a cements Are quite simple. The Winner of this Competition Iii be paid 50 to Supply his selections to be published in the sport for the following race meeting and the runners up will be paid �10 for a similar purpose. C Vafi 0 n t it is to. J port " 0ffice a of meeting. Excepting those posted North of Terowie. Which will be received up to arrival of port Augusta and port Pine saturday mails. Port Wakefield. Kadina Wallaroo and Moonta readers can tip up till Midnight on Friday As selections received by saturday s mail delivery reaching our Box after noon on Day of races must be sent express on no consideration will selections be counted that arrive after closing time at by of our shops or depot addresses. Those arriving from country towns must the addressed to the sport newspaper Adelaide As they then go direct to our Box of Dost,n0 is not p roof of delivery and if the letters do not reach our Box by mails stipulated they Are null and void. Editor s decision absolutely final. Each competitor must enclose one shilling in Stamps with each Coupon one horse per race and also full name and address and we will Forward by the following fridays mail a copy of the sport containing the result of competitions and the names of the most successful tipsters. The name of the scorer or scorers of most Points also the runner up will be published in the sporting notes of the advertiser and Register on the tuesday following race meeting. The Point will be added in the following manner three Points for a win two for a second and one for a third. Should one or More receive the same number of Points the �50 will be divided accordingly. Suffice Leftt postal address sport newspaper Adelaide. Martindale meeting. Saturday october 25. Name address to the Val port races. Saturday october 18. Weather Fine track Good. Trial. �175. Six and a half furlongs.whyalpa.10.4 so Milit front i.-. Him Sini in riot win away i Jisi Lyk a 3 Here Sluck 11 10alwaysl in ii Ito Vii i no ili., 11 c. Soili my Ziair 10 ii c. Slarko fast Iii it Mill l Alli 1 Buzz s 13fittli inulin i liar Kiln Irli of Iirilli Down Sid with Wooi Oora at until ii to mini on will i Arooji in Llu. 2wooropra,9 13kouvtli after Iroini a Kiili san Alon Hack Sci on Down Sid in Fruin. N Jii Iii ii Slit Issue i mules pistol Gwen,91last Early manally Iii Irovic a sixt i Al half mile i Winner at last jump no Lin Isle Spain 4 o l la chs Lio Romni Kilish 11 i Nie Matij. The to Kawana a 2 a Fumare. Toh t Laniuli. R. A 0 m.3owansili sobriquet is 10 the shall to 2 Glioma a Wei i. Fell Simon Jiddie � 10 i Kenny fell my jewel 9 h Leonard Don Anton. A 15 Hyles me worthy in s is. Inn i s i Lieret us. I 7 k. Len Kitis ili Island Guen u 11 if. Day 7 ii. Silt ton. Last. a half Len Siili 1,-Neih. 1.2.dividendschi a. A us Anirah fax. Cooler i Edv xt.Hunters Steeple. �200. About j three boy 10 3la i of ail of old will a 1-Ould to to Willi Kallev Loy at last Sumii Drew away Well i Fence no Liidi rerun 2beulah, 10 0well placed Early Lui Roii dropped fun her and further Hack Lio Hope a. Hitter o l Lihs curtain fire 2 2 s. Chap Iii .1. Pulled lip slcmohiei.12 0 .1. Csillam. Fell a. Sui Iii. Fell Tri Irain a 1 a uirl11 or. I 4 of. O Coiner. Fell Mai mile. Sutton fell. Five and a half Lenvis Fui inns. . 13/ itt Tow to no fav., net. Kidman cup. �300. Nine furlongs a 40 Yards. 7fourth Oarle sharing Leamui is a Viii Trawal t 2 Pauli Atli kor Len. S mul. A f a it 12 Cani eion7th chief tone. 7 Marshall. A Uriah. S ii Jenkins nil , a ii i Hammer Elnina mat soil steel , s a s,-l.vi so Battle s 2 a do Nisi l Lii of Ris 7 i talc Tak Worllie 7 ii Oliai Uliet. 7 i Fuller Tieh Ift 7ryan . On and a half lengths half head 1 � dividends pm u in winlav., Vilio s ili Siaki a next. Steeple. �250. About two and a Quarter Miles. Epictetus 12 8seconj mme i i ill lipped Ueli Lack Ali in mile i. It same Down Side Willi idea. At last l ence came away Han Toji de a i in j. Bol fitly Plinn. S 4 Roli Eriston Shlau Kail s it Holli 1. Kit l i Tolaio s s cd Riichi. Filth s Mai on 1 0 = to Larno. S u Ronnii fifi. 9 i a Dhini. La-1. Four lengths Lens Lis. 1.45.dividend 1j,. H 1 111. Lano fax. I Lanka Lle a. . �2d0. Few furlongs. Tagala 9 10sliahl Lead gradually increased Clear Lead into straight Una Ronld it Inatio on fair la i 8lady Linnea 9 2\ever looked 3 Chance in wrench 4 7 Peale 5thblaliunjr, s i a Rishi nth Little Lirl. Of Leonard 7th Ste Iii a. � t roof Resst Mon Ella 7 4 nelliy�1?t Ian f.lement.7 12 Biorn Lofv i ohm 7 o Jami a Here s , i 11 or Ham fio Lilen Seal. 7 0 c. Ryan Frau he. Lisi r. first Oun,7 in Turner. Two and a half lengths Long a Trail. . 4iividr-iids-c t a a. Winner fax. Mal Iii exl. Henley Beach South Australia s leading Seaside resort. H e n l e y h o t e l m. Leonard proprietor late Peterborough hotel this hotel situated on sea front offers excellent accommodation to visitors. Only Best brands of liquor supplied. Phone Henley 28. The popular sporting House of port hotel Normand. Augusta Flinders Lemon proprietor most up to Date hotel. Accommodation for visitors. Splendid resort for fishing and shooting. Beautiful River and Gulf scenery. Motors for hire. Phone30 . Special transport vans for country and inter state removals. John Mitchell sons Ltd. Head office and storage rooms Gilbert place Adelaide also at Edmund Norwood. Phone Central 316 two lines. Street

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