Adelaide Sport in Adelaide, South-Australia
26 Sep 1924

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26 Sep 1924

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Adelaide Sport (Newspaper) - September 26, 1924, Adelaide, South AustraliaNational Library of Australia consult. Francis Nuenke & co 9 Grenfel buildings Corner Grenfell Street & Gawler place Adelaide when buying or Selling hotel leases or Freehold hotel brokers and accountants phone 4237. Hotel Carlton is Urt Street Adelaide. Recently remodelled and Replete with every convenience to the sporting Public and As before True to Label. New Adelaide most modern and up to Date american bar. The hotel everyone is talking about. Edward j. Symonds proprietor late commercial hotel. . Phone Central 1864. Adjacent Victoria Park racecourse. Generalhayel0c8. Butt Street Adelaide Bob Scott proprietor late Tumby Bay. The House of All sports. Good accommodation an d table. Wines spirits and ales All tru phone Central 2605. Late National hotel Pirie us Corner Church Anc Cameron streets fori Adelaide v/1nes and spirits genuine Cool Beer served que safely and % ii civility. Sports always Welcome. Front port 2528. E hotel Komna. . Splendid accommodation. First class Taufeu. Lawrence and Turner proprietors pure virginian Leaf. 27 medium round 25 a ovals 20 a Large round. Pubic Gold or Cork tipped. Every attention paid to customers requirement. Under new management. Riverton hotel r1vert0k Percy r. Bri Magil proprietor. Late Glanville and Portland n u -. T a a 1 m74tiok j 1 ? obtainable All leading hotels. Dalgety co., agents Currie Street Aspendale september 20 there sfas no gainsaying the fact that 1 the two Semi final football matches and the Royal agricultural Snow lured Many casual race goers away from the 6port on saturday still under the circumstances there was a remarkably Good attendance at this Long Way Down the line course. The programme was quite Ordinary very Ordinary As a matter of fact for this time of the year and Only one race had any vital interest from a Point of View of the important engagements ahead and that was the Handicap which strangely enough had Only �150 As the stake whilst four other races had �250. This a typical of the Dow the line reasoning which no one can understand but themselves. Only one favorite won All Day but backers easily held their own As four other winners were very Well backed two of them solidly in Saver fashion which is the kind of betting that brings wrinkles to the bookies brow. Marnoto at 20 s in the jumper Flat was the Only race in which the bookies had the laugh but As Many of them fielded rather timidly on that the laugh was not much More than a Giggle. Hurdle race. Nine was the Field for this and it seemed an easy race for anything sufficiently Well backed to win. Pindarus was the pea and the betting indicated it. There was Money for Gosling and Nolle pro Sequi at 5 a and a Little for Deacon at 6 s. After that it was Only nibbling. Easy described. Nolle pro Sequi went to the front and looked like staying there until he petered out half a mile from Home when Deacon and Pindarus were closest. It looked tor a Little while As if Deacon might beat Pindarus but the latter unwound just a Little extra and reached the judge three lengths or so to the Good. Gosling in third place showed an Early win soon in certain company whilst Arcady finished apparently where he was expected to. Watch this horse for the next Start or two. A sure Idip Maiden plate. Some old familiar triers in this. Sumel a 5/2 favorite with Sportive next at 3 s and st. Notan at 7/2 the most enquired for the Twenty two starters. St. Notan seemed keen to get the judge and dashed through the Barrier a couple of times delaying the Start. When the actual Start took place this practice served him in Good Stead and he was first out again and As soon As the Field had settled Down he was in the Lead and remained there throughout. Bethunia made a determined Rtin at him just before the judge but it was too late and the Winner won rather nicely although Only by half a length or so. Pot Luck a fan 11 ii Linn my 11 n m n mini i ugh a by of this column was going Well at the wonderful Price of 33 a but a Small dog., which ran on to the straight seemed to interfere with his chances and also those of Sportive and Couette who were alongside. Sumel the favorite finished third and ran fairly. Better next Start perhaps whilst Many made a note of a Thunga for a race Over another Furlong or two. Tich Wilson Rode the Winner in great style. Aspendale plate. Most of the Best fliers in training went to the Post for this six furlongs race which looked like providing a rather interesting tussle. Because he had won five times in his previous six starts. Smoke bomb was promptly installed a 0/4 favorite. Anton rain was the next backed at 5 a with Good Money for five or six ethers although not from the right Quarter in every Case. The favorite and Anton rain got away Well enough but there seemed to be a Good Deal of bumping which spoilt smoke bomb s run through just when Harrison moved on vim. Just when the interference tool place Pluto was going strongly but he dropped Back and on came adrift find lethargic followed closely by Prina who had run on in remarkable style after losing anything to to eight lengths at the Start through being bumped out find so they run or. To the finish in that order in the dreadful time of 1.17, which sneaks or rather shouts for itself. Prina was in Lueky to lose and this smart st. Anton of lev will be a Strong order next time she Start Park Handicap. Ten runners for this with Metullus and Wall Arak attracting most attention both of onlookers and bettors. Metellus who the famous Jack Holt is supposed to think a lot of was once again installed a favorite and the Price was much too cramped for Tiki Field he had to beat. Wall Arak was Well backed Down to 7/2, pen Garie being the Only other one tarrying and Money to speak of at fives in some places and eights in others. Meet Liis wont off with a dash that looked Good but was soon deposed by some Sneed against the jockeys wishes in both cases apparently. As there seemed to be a Good Deal of fighting for Heads at this stage. Round the Back Metellus was in front from imputation with Wall Arak lilith and pen Garie next. Duncan looked anxious. When the Home turn was reached and the Field swung out to take it the opening that Duncan in Wall Arak had been waiting for presented itself and through he shot the Toorak horse just about the same time As Metellus cried enough and was done with. Pen Ari e was putting in a tolling run at this stage and with just a Little better judgment might have beat Vallaray. Who however Hung on nicely and reached the judge with a Lead to the Good. Wildun ran third in Good style although there did not seem to be very much Competition for the position. Answer was fourth. Raith sixth and then Metellus. Mete this disappointed some but not Many of the shrewdest Heads who aver that the fighting for the head business militated in a Large degree against the horse s Chance. Be that As it May it is doubtful if Metellus could have won in any Case. In picked race perhaps. Purse. Woolette was backed like a certainty in this Down to twos in a Field of Twenty two with Little Millie at five and five or six other backed with spirit. Woolette was i interfered with and seemed to lose position just when coining on and could do no better than beat two others Home whilst Little Millie in characteristic Pony style capably Ridden by Pat Tehan won by half a length from Mai Moo at Twenty fives and the fast finishing invasion who looks a Good bet next time tin. A 1 r Maju Fca at 10/y was the Call for j this Ano the Pree seemed right con j the Way Miuka won a Vei Ter at Caulfield recently. Rearguard j and Eperone were Ai Backe in this state Lun Motoi Ca now. 2o\v different to the old h. Jones the successful Light of Ghl is the latest of twist a wheel but in one or two recent Vitorts with his new car. It appears that he is a better Amigo yet of horse Pace than Norol no. . The Werribee Racin club v ii Soolly ave the old Mariby Rirong stand which they purchased from Tjie y a. Ready f " a o ind l eve deserve Misirli credit for their enter a prise in this regard. It is est imaged i that the new stand will Cost 1 �2500 when enjoy it \ by k i a Ivlue the Moi. A i Sider ably enhance 1 i of j of the popu inv and progressive ver Ribee club. To i sportsmen Gene West. I or. Mom Tait a prominent sov.1 h j australian , Jovn in this state Best As the of the evil. Int st. Spasa some years ago died in Adelaide last week after a Long Tjui painful illness. Or. Jack Bradby a prominent Man in Ballarat sporting circles Well known throughout the state died last week and the representative gathering at Bis. Graveside was a fitting tribute to this Fine sportsman and Able administrator. Back d for the Caulfield cup. Wall Arak who is owned by the Well known Ringman Lou Benjamin and trained by Sid Ferguson was last week for the Caulfield cup. Wall Arak has recently won a couple of races in Melbourne in really Good style and As he Only has 0.12 in the Caulfield cup he might be a possibility. He is by Toorak from Sessa by Wallace. Caserta Kum along planes a and All White All claim Sessa As their dry. To ride at Randwick. G. Harrison last year won the breeders plate at Randwick on t heroic. This year he will be on another of c. T. Godby s youngsters in the Quantock Colt Roscella and ii Bonaparte runs in the Derby will steer that Colt. Roscella continues to go Well and is a very Nice Colt although i have yet. To see him so very fast says a Sydney writer. Toorak for the Caulfield cup. See raft May win the Caulfield cup but the distance is just As far As he likes. He May not run in., the Epsom Handicap own to the fact that or. Surway would not get a. Fair Price about him and he has been withdrawn. He has already been backed for the Caulfield cup. All sporting requirements at w. H. Bill Berresford s late lie Epham hotel and Cavan arms. 3iii has now taken Possession of Harvey s hairdressing tobacconist and fancy goods business. Corner Victoria Street and Henley Beach Road. Phone Central 7284. Family hotel Glenelg Arthur g. Pascall proprietor late . Also Union and Hackney hotels. Hot and cold Baths. Excellent table and accommodation. Up to Date Loose boxes. Wines and spirits True to Label. Haussen s ales and Stout. Phone Glenelg 4. Satisfaction in every suit. Cut in the very latest style and made by the sporting tailor sift Rundle Street and at phone Central 3205. Port Pirie under new management. Theatric Royal hotel Argent st., broken Hill. Chas. Mathisson propriety. First class accommodation for i. Travellers. All spirits True to Label. . 318. 0. C. Shrowder the jeweller for All sporting medals. Right next . King William Street Between Telegraph office and criterion hotel. L a u b m a m t y a n d p a n k263a certified 75 Rundie opticians Street Adelaide. We test the sight by the latest modern methods. Our lenses Are ground by modern machinery in our own work8hop. Oak Bank s Long established and Well known gift Saloon is still conducted by w. R o s visitors to Oak Bank cannot 6 � better than Sample his everything of the Best and True to Laie r. Bob Schmid Williamstown hotel Williamstown. Fishing and shooting. A splendid trip from Adelaide. Meals at All hours. A Cert for a Cool

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