Adelaide Sport in Adelaide, South-Australia 26 Sep 1924
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Adelaide Sport (Newspaper) - September 26, 1924, Adelaide, South AustraliaNational Library of Australia % d e n i w e s r for 12 All tobacconists 12 Fok Globe Moutot Gambier. R. S. Mcmorron proprietor. 199 Good accommodation. First class table. Food stabling and motor garage. Best and spirits sold. Phone mount Gambier 13. Travelling sportsmen to broken Hill 3urra, Marrabell. Railway hotel Saddleworth. James Allen proprietor. Good accommodation first class table. K9tedhousr Wai Garache and a or wines and spirits. Orville ales. Stabling. App Polar House of Call for sports. Jle Market commercial Road. Hotel h. Fort. Ryan, la Aldo ate hotel and commercial hotel Yar cow Eup to Date Saloon. Phone-_p0rt to. Front bar. Tom a Civ la s sex Mouth hotel Saddleworth. Wines spirits. And Tom True to Label. Always Nice and Cool. A a. 5$v hotel specialises in j catering. Guarantee it. Fit Btung and Large garage. Yoter new premises i repairs of any description i s n a. Drop a line to Shirlock b l Brothers elders & contractors a 5 George Street Norwood. T estimates Given. Wanting any car entering or f / i a Gas t building done drop a line to Langley Road. Cottonville. Fronts and office a speciality. Fittings 1 r i rhe old Norwood footballer r. Plunkett i \ t Street Dulwich authorised plumber a fitter. Galvanised Iron worker. Estimates Given. Hor general House plumbing. Hone Central 6325. Be. To racing and coursing men. Whelan s lat of Thistle hotel Waymouth Stree this of is now in Possession of Tho b b o r n e hotel Pirie Street. Or Alcock s billiard tables. S5ehs and Walkerville ales on draught Fione Central 912. Spain s commercial hotel mount Gambier. Has been the sporting Centre mount Gambier for 27 years. All leading lines of wine ales amp and spirits kept. E accommodation. Good table motor garage. Loose boxes. Mes p. Spain proprietor ten mount Gambier no. 6. The lady of the cough you yellow Mongrel it was the lady of the cough the Well dressed mysterious figure who had been idly wandering about the enclosure or sitting half sprawled in one of the seats at the rear of the crowded court. " she had arrived Early in the morning when Louis Sterling International Crook and William Mcdonald gun artist had been arraigned on charge of robbery under arms a crime for which both were found guilty. Throughout the Day she a closely followed the trial disappear ing however at intervals from the court and now that both men had been found guilty she hissed out her denunciation. Sterling you yellow Mongrel the words echoed through the court with startling clearness. Somewhat under the influence of i drink the lady of the cough Hung grimly on to the Back of her j scat i i won t leave the court Slie cried but quickly changed her mind when two or three Bury policemen took hold of her. So far As the spectators were concerned that finished the episode. The woman whom they had dubbed the lady of the cough simply because her slight throaty cough was her Only outstanding characteristic disappeared from the limelight with a few conjectures As to her identity. The lady of the cough whose identity was of such Paramount interest . V. Maloney formerly mrs. Harold Bickford Nee Tessie Veronica Murphy. She was Nineteen years of age when she was married to or. Harold Bickford managing director of a. M. Bickford & sons druggists and wholesale chemists of Adelaide a Man Twenty years her senior. In 122 or. Bickford petitioned for a divorce against his wife on the grounds of misconduct naming four co respondents. The wife asked Fox a judicial separation alleging cruelty and neglect and Connivance in the alleged misconduct if any but the latter defence was dropped. The Case aroused tremendous interest and lasted for a considerable time. Ultimately the jury by a nine to three majority found that mrs. Bickford had mis conducted herself with general John Macquarie Antill. Formerly military commandant of South Australia. One of the other co respondents was discharged Early in the proceedings while the jury v. Eve unable to agree in regard to the other two. disappeared. She came to Sydney and married a publican named second also was a failure and now mrs Malowey is taking Steps to Hev i . But what connection has mrs. By Salonoy with the International Crook Sterling according to what mrs. Maloney told truth this week she was casually introduced to hmm at a City hotel. Mcdonald Sterling s partner and expert gunman was there too and the introduction was performed by friends of presumably also friends of or. Sterling said . I that was about six or eight weeks ago according to her Story. Sterling and Mcdonald both called on her and they always came together. It was in her Fiat at no. 1 Flat Richmond Hall. Rose Bank Street Darling Hurst that detectives Wickham and Thompson searching for the two men arrested them. Mrs Malon Yonly took the Flat recently and she states that Sterling helped unroll carpets and shift Furni cure. He never stayed there and she always found him a gentleman in every Way. I had Money and jewels in the Fiat she said and he could have stolen them had he liked. I Don t think he Wasa was suggested that she might know something of Sterling s career she said mrs. Martin might be Able to Tell you that. Did t she say she lived with Sterling for five years i have Only known him for few and there was just a Trace of bitterness in her tone. I thought mrs. Martin was mrs. Sterling until quite recently. She visited me and asked me to help her and Sterling. I went bail for it was suggested that she had called Sterling a yellow Mongrel As already detailed but she denied it. If i had done it i would remember it she said. And that was All she had to say. Sydney right next to Post office. Criterion King William Street. Hotel c. A. Goldfinch proprietor. Late commercial hotel Jamestown. First class Saloon bar. Guaranteed True to Label in All liquors. Phone 1149. ? say Jack Lyons j let us remark we were pleased with j the Send off you gave Alec. Banner-1 Man in the Register it was a Fine j Farewell to old battling Cobber who mad Cricket history Many times associated with you As a partner in the run getting business. It s Fine to see this comradery spirit. Pity old Georg Giffen was imbued with some of it but he seems too wrapped up in his own personal doings with the Bat and Ball to have any time for the men who fought shoulder to shoulder with him. Looks As if Giff. Reckons he was the Only Pebble on the Beach. Anyway let us assure you that the Public were right Down glad to hear from you in such a Manly Way the other Day when you preached a Nice Little Sermon Over his grave As it hands Well remember the great Battles you and Alec put up when you vent in first for the australian eleven of your Days. Vale Alec. Shake Jack Good Day glad to see of Topsy Waldron. And How is the world using you not too Good sorry to hear that. We should be better pleased to hear that the nor Woods had a Benefit match for you in View. The Public everywhere in and around Adelaide would respond to the invitation to give you a bumper for you have done More than anybody ele w. Know in the cause of the Winter game. It is a pity that the league clubs do nothing to Reward the efforts of the men wha made Tomball what it is to Day in South you think of the news and the veterans match of yes anything can be Over boomed if a paper gets hysterical on the Job. Well yes we can say that most of those selected to play can be truly dubbed t you get a real veterans match going next season perhaps. Haven player under fifty years of age. Whence should have Tinkum vets., who could Boot the Ball and show the rising generation How games were won in the Brave Days of old. They Are rooting such a match Over at Melbourne Why the news " vets., or some of them Only knocked off playing last year. Good Day of glad to see you Back As Lessee of the Unley Biff factory and Trust you la get the game going Good and Strong. There Are plenty fight fans right Here to Boom the sport on to big profit Street and Hope to see you do the trick. Get the patronage once again of sir Tom and with or. Noonan Back in the ring As referee everything should be pie of. Certainly last monday night s fight was not a Good Welcome Back for you but never mind keep smiling and you la come out on top. Use your Block in selecting boxing partners Ami the mob will stick to you. Go pack up your troubles in your old Kitbag and Settle Down to make boxing the popular sport it should be to Adelaida ans. See wac Dyis looking for another promoter for his Mill with Lloyd Buk you might talk the sensitive Ernest into a better Frame of mind. Try. Good Day Mia mfg a Good morning or. Noonan. Glad to see you Back a your old Possie As third Man in the ring. Hope you la continue in that position until the Manly game of boxing becomes so firmly established Here that there will be no More slumps. No we re on the water Wagon just at present and soft stuff never was any Good to us. Anyway you can take it from me that All followers of boxing Are real glad to see you Back As referee for you Are acknowledged a one of the e Best in Australia. No kid. Ask any of the boxing Heads Over at Melbourne and Sydney and you la hear the same thing Good and plenty. Dunno Why you vacated the , but Hope no Rary Job a while thing will crop up in future to cause you to retire once again. Goodday Sydney jockeys. I1 j. . J. Hynes and t. Farthing with seven wins each Are at the head of the winning jockeys list in Sydney so far this season. Toohey has Ridden live winners and g. Young and p. Brown have each won four. The hurdle rider. A Pearce has had six rides so far this season for three wins two seconds and once unplaced. A Rich Manhas something about him Saveall like. % we buttons arc Small events that Are always coming off. The reason love is Blind is so that it will not see its finish. Cricket is a Fine exercise for the lungs of the spectators. If you want your dreams to come True you must Wake up. Safety first always walk on the sunny Side of life s Highway. 4 it s a Wise father that knows More than his son thinks he knows. What most of us would do if we got Rich suddenly is nothing. Those who want to have a High old time should join the air Force. 4motoristsm Adelaide taken on the whole run into a Good Many. 0 o no matter what happens there is always someone who knew it would. Y -5 it s hard when you pay 1/6 a la. For cheese. It s harder when you pay an exaggeration is a lie that has had an operation and gone into society. He was an artist but the time came when he would t even draw breath. Of v the poor spend their time iry Irig to make ends meet. Try Ricoli spend their time trying to meet. Tripe a form of stewed knitting Plain one Side filigree the other greatly favored by. The proletariat As an article of to filet r. Ill fares the Churchi to. ills a prey where doubts accumulate and Froh ibs. Iray. Complete Gas masks Are Selling at 2d. Each at Bow. These should be useful adjuncts to householders in daily Hunts for missing therms. Piping hot cheerfully agrees with the cynic who says some Day we shall beat our swords into ploughshares and our jazz bands into unconsciousness. Suggested that some of our de luxe b Bering saloons should instal gramophone orchestras. A popular record would be i m for Ever blow w bubbles a Shore crab of scottish origin is said to have returned from Scarborough to Montrose a walk of a Hundred and fifteen Miles. Probably it went Back to fetch its Brither. In a recent prosecution for deserting from a sailing ship at Adelaide defendant said that the Captain was cruel enough but the ship was worse. His Bai que was worse than Bis bite we gather. . On top of his defeat by heroic in the Chelmsford stakes at ran Dwick a fortnight ago gloaming again had his colors lowered last saturday in the mile Hill stakes at Rosehill. Excuses have been made for the Dominion flyer on both occasions based on the ground of interference suffered but nevertheless one cannot help thinking that the Veteran is losing some of his dash. The gloaming of a season or two ago would have survived very nearly All sorts of difficulties and even then proved equal to winning but youth must be served and although the Welkin gelding is by no Means yet a Back number the chances Are that he will not much longer figure As a Star of the first magnitude in the Equine world. His conqueror on saturday was another new Sealander in Ballymena who a year ago sprang a Surprise by capturing the . Derby and another from the same country in the Hawk ended up in third place. New zealand thus had the Isiacc. I new Linus Nau toxic Honor of starting three horse who Between them took the whole of the prize Money. Gloaming second on saturday was Worth �150, so that he is still about �2000 below eurythmics s stake winning record but it is quite possible that before the present Spring Campaign closes he will have established himself As the Premier stake earner of Australasia. It is really wonderful the Way in which the old fellow keeps going. There must be few of those who opposed him in his Throo year old Days Mill paying their Way on the turf. Remarked by a contemporary that Only about 50 per cent of our parliamentarians take part in the debates. Which should makes deeply grateful that things Are not As bad As they might be. 4 4 4 4 it is reported that a baby in Mason. City Iowa cried Mother three times five minutes after it had been born. It looks As precocious child is Well on the Way to becoming a song writer. 4 4 4 ,4 it is now several month since the interstate shipping companies raised their fares. A Rumor is gaining ground to the effect that the Federal government is to appoint a special commission to investigate thedelay.4 4 4 4 the politician who is Given to sober reflection gets into a tight place. Piping hot never has much time Lor the Man who has stayed in a Small Job for 40 years but generally finds that he has saved Moremo Nev than 4 4 4 .4-water a liquid of manifold uses. It is put underneath Bridges steamers and. Ducks and is in great demand As a covering for fishes. Three drops of water in a medium sized Keg of whisky is said to make an excellent beverage. 4 4 chemist s assistant there wa3 a Man in Here for a bottle of Medicine and he paid 3s., and the two shilling piece was proprietor that s Highway robbery. Well never mind if the shilling is Good we make6d. Profit on the 4 4 4 4 a scotsman from Oban who recently attempted to play bagpipes in the Law courts was quickly hurried out by attendants. It was gently but firmly pointed out that in the Law courts they have always prided themselves upon tempering Justice with mercy. 4 4 4 4. An assyrian loaf More than 2400 years old. Has been discovered by a French explorer. It was trapped in a clot ii in a tightly sealed sarcophagus and was. In. Excellent condition. This will put. The railway refreshment Buffet proprietors ,in,.the, Shade 14 4.4 4nothing the modern buttress. Girls of appear their minds to Liay says Aije a
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