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Adelaide Sport (Newspaper) - September 05, 1924, Adelaide, South AustraliaNational Library of Australia consult Francis Nuenke & co 9 Grenfell buildings Corner Grenfell Street & Gawler place Adelaide when buying or Selling hotel leases or Freehold hotel brokers and accountants phone 4237. Hotel Carlton Sturt Street Adelaide. Recently remodelled and Replete with every convenience to Tai sporting Public and As before True to Label. New Adelaide u most modern and up to Date american bar. The hotel everyone is talking about. Edward j. Symonds proprietor late commercial hotel Hindmarsh. Phozie Central 1864. Adjacent Victoria Park racecourse general Havelock hotel Hutt Street Adelaide Bob Scott proprietor late Tumby Bay. The House of All Good accommodation sports an d table. Wines spirits and ales All True phone Central 2605. Hinto Fps Kent hotel late National hotel Pirie st Cornet Church and Cameron streets port Adelaide wines and spirits genuine Cool Beer served quickly and wit i civility. Sports always Welcome. Phones fort 2528. Fes. Royal Exchange Motel Kadina. . Splendid accommodation. First class Tab. Lawrence and Turner proprietor. Pure virginian Leaf. 27 medium round 25 s ovals 20 s Large round. Plain Gold or Cork tipped. Every attention paid to customers requirements under new Riverton management. Hotel Riverton Percy r. Brimage proprietor. Late Glanville and Portland Vela. Orvon accommodation. P Don t let that Colo get a hold speedily cure coughs by Clos its s stores. T Moore & crem1s t s baking Globe hotel-b0wden up to Date bottle department. We deliver to All surrounding suburbs the Best of ales. Wink and spirits. Give us a ring and your order will be promptly delivered. Phone. Central 6792. Obtainable All leading hotels. Dalgety & co., agents Currie Street recent ugly incidents in big Fields and the shrieking for room by riders of mounts that Are being squeezed has again Given Rise to the query a. To whether some of the Fields allowed to Start in sprint races Are not a great Deal Large for safety or for clean racing. I have again been asked to express an opinion on this but i find it hard to be at All definite on the Tratter. So much depends on the racecourse and the Width of running track nature of turns Etc. It is not always the number of starters that causes a pack to occur in running. There have been some frightful mix ups in races in which there have been Only four or five starters. It Only needs the Field to be Well bunched and rail hugging at any turn to cause trouble if one should stumble or Slacken Speed suddenly. This must be obvious to any race goer. There Are so Many horses in training these Days that even with divisions Fields must be larger than we have hitherto been used to in smaller races and sprints and there does not seem to be any Way out of the difficulty that i can suggest without being accused of talking through my hat altogether. There is one Little thing however that some of my enquirers would do veil to Bear in mind and that is that All that squealing for room that they hear As the Field goes past in a Bunch is not genuine. There Are or three jockeys Riding in Melbourne at the present time who Are chattering grumbling and grousing from Saddle up to Saddle off unless their mount happens to be Well positioned. The stipendiary stewards know this and therefore discount Many of the complaints made about rough i passages in running. Hooter should be hooted we do not want boo Hooters or Hooters on the racecourse. It is a Savage Way to show disapproval and lifter All no Man is compelled to attend it is purely voluntary. There was rather a discreditable scene at Mooney Valley last week which prompts these remarks. A group of race goers or three of them Well known regulars including a Melbourne Medico commenced to Hoot and Hiss honest Peter because of his backward running in the hurdle race. They had just got Over one healthy or unhealthy Hoot when the horse was seen to stagger and fail having fractured a Hind leg and within a minute or had been destroyed by a merciful Bullet. There were half a dozen sports near this scribe including a Weil Mcnown Trainer who would have liked to have taken the Law in their own bands for just a second or and what they called the members of the Hooters party would scorch this paper to record. Honest Peter was at Odds on in the race and it was Only one of a number of times that he had disappointed but hooting is certainly not a sports Way of showing How he feels Over the loss of his Pound or is it As one or papers have since pointed out there was no justification for honest Peter to have been an Odds on favorite. His form certainly did not warrant it. Wonder what the Hooters Felt like when they saw what really was the matter with honest Peter hardly Likely to make a in difference to the likes of them is it they la Hoot just As strongly next time they feel like it. The value of the Skull Cap. Anyone wanting a testimonial to the efficiency of Skull Caps can get an illuminated one from Tieh Wil son any time they like to Call round for it. Undoubtedly it saved his life at the Valley last week when humoresque fell with him. It was Cut in by the Hoof of a horse whilst Wilson was on the ground. As it was he escaped with a shaking and a slight Bruise or . Death of or. M. P. Bauld. Known the length and breadth of this state indeed All Over the Commonwealth in racing circles the late or. M. P. Bauld whose death took place rather suddenly on Friday morning last was indeed regarded As one of the big men in racing. If not an actual pillar of the port in. This state he was indeed a very sturdy Rafter and the kind of Man of whom it can truly be said that there Are All few of in the racing Anie at the present time. In his capacity As handicapper to the Mentone and other racing clubs both regularly and from time to time he was perhaps Best known to the majority of race goers. His weights were always favourably received by owners and trainers and esteemed by the Public even if they disagreed with their As the Large amount of work he put into their computation and equitable allotment was As Well recognised As his integrity. As turf writer for the Melbourne weekly table talk the late or Sauld was easily one of the brightest and most pungent descriptive writers on turf matters in the Commonwealth and his Pithy paragraphs were literally wallowed in by prominent racing Folk. His death at the age of fifty three adds considerably to the succession of losses racing in this state has suffered during the last few months through the operation of the grim reaper. Facebook Sharks. They re at it according to one of the outside men at Williamstown approximately three Hundred race books or so were sold at Williamstown at 1/6, and Over the other saturday notwithstanding the published Price and the same practice was mildly indulged in again at the Valley meeting. Certainly it serves race goers right if they allow themselves to be victims by this sort of thing and encourage the practice by buying the books hut it is useless to talk in this Strain. The Dodge is Only worked when there is a shortage of books or an alleged shortage of them and it very often happens that one has to pay that Price or go without. It is not so much the Money As the principle. If it were published at 2/0 it would be just the same. It is certainly up to the authorities to do something Mere effective than publish Stern rebukes of this shirking practice. Matters of interest. Resigned. Owing to ill health or. J. Warren White chairman of . Stipendiary stewards has tendered his resignation As from 29th August and did not officiate at Mentone on saturday. -0 other fish to there does not seem to be such a Rush of victorian riders Likely for the Randwick racing this year. Is there something in the inter state vendetta business after fell not much fact is there is toe much Good fish to Fry Here where they know the ropes. Keeping it to himself. There Are lots of guesses going the round As to what Holt really thinks of Royal charter s Derby Chance. Somebody said last week that he was not enamoured of it. All Bunkum perhaps. Cup discussions once again let us repeat the re j Vertex axiom he who hesitates is not necessarily lost in the matter of cup wagering. At moment of writing talk in certain circles and Money talks louder than anything else seems to assess current fancy in the following order Caulfield cup. Lily Pond Easingwold to Karby. King carnival All Sunshine comilue Blackwood Wynette Spear age Caserta Preston Range Havelock. Metellus Etc. Etc. Melbourne cup. Lily Pond out on his own then stand by comique., Blackwood. Rivoli acc Arak our Prince Wallace Mortlake Leslie Wallace Ballymena brimming Bonaparte. Heroic. Frances tres Sady Nigger minstrel Roval charter Etc.-, Etc. Not endeavouring to give you a tip at this stage or to influence your Early procrastination and investments which Are More a matter of sheer Luck than anything else. Let it be repeated one again water the imported horses this year for both Mentone saturday after a respite of More than months race goers rather relished the trip to Mentone on saturday in weather that silenced the grumbles of even the Moat confirmed Groteler. The attendance was Large and looked to be As Many As have Ever natron ised the Mentone course. The track showed signs of the recent heavy Rains but withal was in Good racing condition and certainly showed that a Little More care is being taken of it than in the Days gone by. It is up to the Mentone Folk to spend a few More pounds on their pretty course in the Way of improvements if they want to keep in the Good books of race goers. From a financial Point of View backers just about hold their own. Two first favourites scored but Kalpa Patoo Woolette and beeline also carried tidy packets the former As second favourites being supported with gusto by that Bevy of heavy punters who have earned for themselves the reputation of cunningly backing something to beat the favorite without the Price indicating what is being done. Easingwold s failure was the talk of All race goers homeward bound. Some Nasty things were said. Whether they were justified or not events alone will prove. Now for the races in tabloid. The three year old. Quite a Novelty for proceedings to be opened with anything but a hurdle race but the three year old race looked to offer much More interest than any contest Over the battens could at this time of the year. Backers plumped solidly for Etiwanda but there were several ominous fluctuations in the betting before that horse actually finished up a thereto one favorite. Kalpa and Metellus were Well backed to 7/2, whilst the prices of most of the others indicated that it was the run they wanted More than first second or third place. The hop out won the race. Devereux on Kalpa got a Lovely Start and stayed there throughout. It looked As if Metellus would score when he challenged determinedly in the run Home but Kalpa had just enough in hand to win by a head. Some Speed rot the worst of the running but stall ran third and must be remembered in future outings. Etiwanda ran poorly and the Trainer Mccalman said she was probably Short of a run. Nice information after the race. The win made Kalpa s fifth in seven starts this Yeai a veal Gritty Little customer if Vou like. Open Handicap. Here we have smoke bomb favorite again this time at 5/4. Could he keep on winning having already on four times out of five starts. He did and did it nicely. Chelidona and Correct trim looked after the Dace and appeared to have the race Between them until Dempsey brought. Smoke bomb up on the outside and won rather comfortably with a length or so to spare. Correct trim ran into third place in a Way that showed something doing soon preferably in a big Field. Kid Law who was a sound second favorite at 7/4, got p bad Start and never afterwards had a Chance. Brush Steeple. Once a in Nolle pro Sequi a favorite at 7/4, the figure with Patoo and West win Imera the Only others backed seriously by the Folk who bet in information. It was hard to say i hat was the matter with the favorite throughout the race. He certainly was jumping badly but never looked quite out of it until he struck at the last Fence. Genazzani a saved to win All the Way and looked like doing so until Patoo strengthened up at the Home turn and won by three be norths. Het Hartmi for shod third and looks a Good bet when the Price is Shorter than Twenty five s nominal. As a matter of fact Tris column indicated Heatherton for third place and Many shrew Dies had p collect. Trial plate. Wall Arak still a Maiden was in stalled favorite for this with some Down and out triers to beat nine or ten of them nibbled at in a Small Way by their connections5/4 seemed like buying the race for Wall Arak but it turned out Trumps. The race was quite an Ordinary one with the Winner looking to be any of six until the straight was entered when Dempsey got to work on the favorite who gathered up the leaders Loch Eaton and Pendil Rose and won in Fine style by three quarters of a length with Prince Florizel who also stuck a pin into himself Over the last Little bit finishing nicely in third place. It was an impressive performance of Wall Araka s and it is doubtful if Dempsey Ever Rode a better race under such conditions. Wall Arak will win again very shortly and so will the third one Prince Florizel. At the same time never forget the weakness of this Field. Trial purse. A new zealand gelding vol Hynia one of Lou Robertson s pets was backed by the dogs and incidentally made an 7 to 4 favorite for this but the Best he could do was second to Woolette mainly because he was kept Long out of his ground or rather that is How it seemed a Good thing beaten. Entered get third place mostly on Sufferance one or others could have had it had they bustled a Little. All the same entered is coming on and will be Worth a Good bet shortly. Bastian Rode the Winner and showed Good judgment in the Way he nursed the filly who is also by Toorak As was the previous Winner Wall Arak. Mentone Handicap. What was the game in this race Easingwold Drongo Spear age and Caserta All top notches and apparently in the betting yet not one place Between them. Add stare to that Bunch and the mystery becomes greater. The betting indicated Easingwold a 5/4 on favorite and Drongo at seven s on the same Mark As feel Iii. The less said about the race the better. Nasty words have a habit of peeing Back. Going his hardest All the time so it seemed Easingwold was Well and truly outrun by beeline the Winner answer and pen Garie who finished in that order. Yet it will be Wise to forget this race., or rather have your own opinions about it. Both Spear age and stare Van indicating races. Drongo will do better after a race or . Such Little things As the Mentone Handicap arc surely sent to try us. Let us refuse to be tried and merely amused. V Eter an committe m an. Satisfaction is always Felt when or. Septimus Miller retains his scat on the . Committee. It is now a number of Yean sine or. Miller was first Given a hand in the control of the affairs of the ., and his services in the meantime Are beyond value. Or. Miller was chairman in the Black Davs which followed the bursting of the Boom. It needed a steady hand at the Helm to weather the storm and it can truthfully be said that or. Miller was the Man for the emergency. Thanks to Able management the club came through the trouble and was soon in Prosperity again. The Victoria racing club owes much to or. Miller and the Hope is that he will ion be spared to fill his position on the committee. Race goers would be pleased to see his famous red and White colors to the fore again As in the Days of re leap. Let them obey who know not How to . Good news to South australians visiting Melbourne. Stan Norman late of Noa Lunga hotel Noa Lunga has taken Possession of the Southern Cross hotel North port Melbourne. Gorner station Street and Ingles Street. Three minutes in electric train from Flinders Street to North port station Good accommodation excellent table. Reasonable Tariff. Satisfaction in every suit. Cut in the very latest style and made by the sporting tailor p. J. Kerris a 32 Arcade 32 Rundle Street and at fort Pirie phone Central 3205. Under new management. Theatre Royal hotel a Argent st., broken Hill Chas. Mathisson proprietor. First class accommodation for travellers. All spirits True to Label. . 318. Shrowder the jeweller for All sporting medals. Rifet next King William Street Between Telegraph office and criterion hotel. Laubman certified opticians 75 Rundie Street Adelaide. We test the sight by the latest modern methods. Our lenses Are ground by modern machinery in our own workshop. Travellers to Tarlee Call at sir James Ferguson hotel w. T. White proprietor late Adelaide hotel. Hindley Street and Royal hotel Beltane. Wishes to meet old friends and new Best wines and spirits. Cigars a specially. Good table. Afternoon teas. Civility Ano attention. Oak Bank s Long established and Well known wine Saloon is still conducted by w. R o s e. Visitors to Oak Bank cannot do better than Sample his wines. Everything of the Best and True to Label r. Bob Schmid Williamstown Williamstown. Fishing and shooting. Hotel a splendid trip from Adelaide. Meals at All hours. A Cert for a Cool drink. Strathalbyn racing club. Third annual meeting. Wednesday sept. 24, 1924. �280 in stakes �280 a i Sandka p in Hir is. Second Burse tin if stake. Over Sih ii . Hid As the committee May . 32/ acceptance 12/ Abo of 2 mil.". Clo a oven race second Liaise c nut of slake. For horses urn Wini i Al it i Ico it a of Kis Art a of ii. A. Fin1 Fiir limn a Clin Strati Hyx it in not Tup a Sianii tiap including cup. Valuer at ton i Iii As Incisi Ifni Liy tin Vesi Nul of stake. For i orcs Liat i ave not won a prize or part of a prize Oti the Nai of tie value of �20 or Over f tii 7 of. Nomina lion. 7/ii Are stance. 7fc,. Six furlongs. V.y1n Handicap. i orse �1 1 out of slake. a -i--ptanee.1,/. Sii Furlong a. a Ian a lira. Second Livorse out of Sitake. i Aidif a Wei fit r nominal ion. 7 a acceptance. 10/. On Emile. Nominations will lie received at cordon Sac club Agency Adelaide up till 4 and with secretariat Strath Alvn till a . On of Kasday sep i ii. I�2j. Weights declared on Friday rep-temher12, 1924. Acceptance due by 4 . At Gordon s Agency, id by f . With Ilio steer diary Strathalbyn. On tuesday. kith 1a2j. All horses not then scratched will be considered acceptors Andoli in owners held liable for the acceptance ft.a.,. Rules of racing and totals tor to. Special Arjun to course. G. D. Jones. See Retay

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