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Canberra Times (Newspaper) - April 19, 1937, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory Sport flashes from Many Fields a a. Wrong who racing is now entering on the win-1 treason in Sydney with a general sing a at All is not Well. The re futo of the last meetings to emphasise a spreading con fusion that the . Itself has to answer for some of the trouble. A Randwick conditions Are antiquated. The attention paid to Public Comfort is deplorable. Catering methods Are a generation behind the times and the takes Little action to enforce modern. Methods on caterers and others whose charges like those of the ., Are on the highest scale. Stewards hands to the racing Side there is i dissatisfaction with the Lack of action by stewards in what Are regarded i by the Public As glaring hot cases a on every metropolitan course. There a is a report in currency that the Stew-1 ords hands Are tied by instructions from the . Committee not to disqualify unless there is a Clear Cut Case. Another impression for which there is accumulating evidence is that i. Suburban handicaps Are frequently \ stews a a suspicious Case was the Kensington Handicap on saturday. It l is unbelievable that none of the. Horses could have done better than a 2.18-� for the distance. Local racing. The combined Monaro club s meet ing at Canberra on saturday Marks the conclusion of the Southern table lands District racing season. The season has been successful although towards the end Public attendances fell off. There has been some criticism in local racing circles of Lack of assistance by the . Although .i rules provide for the disqualification of certain persons engaging in unregistered racing the promoters v who Are responsible incur no penalty. T unregistered racing in the Monaro t has deprived some of the District j y clubs of entries for their meetings to at a time when the clubs Arp Endea y touring to build,.up Fields in the Hope ii of attracting bigger Public Patron a age. It seems incongruous that conditions exist that a person can be an officer of an unregistered race club in the country and appear in the a . Members stand at Randwick rubbing shoulders with members of i the committee. H. I . S carried their Weicht. Horses in toe. Brighton Wolter the last race at Caulfield on saturday. Were Ful y. Aware of a the higher scale of weights before.,the"",Raco Waskover. There was y delay at the Start owing to tie stewards declining to permit f. Der Valle to ride. Ban Quet who. Was consequently Ridden by r. Fleming. V a banquet started at 3d to 1 and was beaten by Only half a head by the Favourite master Mot Ley what had been parading round at tiie Start for Over a Quarter of an hour with 9.6 on his Back. Rugby league season. The Rugby league season opened in Sydney on saturday with some High scoring the most surprising of which was the defeat of University by South Sydney with the score 63 to nil. The feature match Between Eastern suburbs and Newtown S.W.the Tricolour win by 27 to 7. West Ern suburbs beat North. Sydney by 10 to 5, St. George beat Canterbury 11-6, and Balmain accounted easily for group Viii. By 35 to 5. Bowler s bag. In the final . Cricket match Finley was the chief Factor in King s school defeating Newington. He took 17 wickets his figures being eight for 47 in the first innings and 9 for 23 in the second. All things require skill but an proverbs. Host Holbrook says my Worcestershire 1 sauce will stimulate the jaded appetite and re store a zest for the meal. 3 the skill of generations of experts has per. Felted the world s Appetiser a a a a Harft National football continued from Page 2. Opportunities to try his prowess against the veterans Cliff Williams and Alf Sutton and More than held his own against this pair. Toohey who has Only returned from a two months sojourn in Melbourne and j1 Sydney did not strip. Mcguiness and i Gladwyn from Eastlake moved 3 smartly and o Sullivan the manual Forward who has put on considerable 0 weight displayed dash ? Herb Jent t Kins and Aub. Morcombe East lakes. President who Are keenly interest Din the advancement of the second e eighteen were also present. There e were also a number of the lads who 2 have graduated from the juniors and 1 one who gave great Promise was f Carrican a member of the Adelaide carnival schools team. At Queanbeyan the seconds had1 a run under the capable supervision of Reg. Netting. At last week s 31 meeting of the Queanbeyan club i three new players Wera signed one i being a younger brother of Jim Pren. Tergast. The Queanbeyan club has been Given permission to alter the. Colours to yellow and Black and will. Henceforth be known As the tigers. Seconds. J with a View to placing the organisation of the second eighteen upon a satisfactory footing a meeting of All those interested in the Advance ment of the seconds Are invited to ii attend a combined meeting which will i be held in the Tennis Pavilion a nuke on next wednesday evening at 8 . All the senior clubs have agreed to Send representatives and a cordial invitation is extended to All who ate interested in3tthis very important activity connected with the National game. The Canberra representative on the australian football Council has sent a message of congratulation to or. Con. Hickey who celebrated his 71st birthday on saturday. Or. Hickey has been connected with football administration for nearly 50 years. He was the first president of the aus Ralian football Council and has been he Secretary of that body for 30 years. Before he was Secretary of he Fitzroy football club for 10 years and was chairman of the per 1 Mit and Umpire committee of the. Vir Torian football league. He has arranged the triennial interstate carnivals which have been staged in every state of the Commonwealth. He is a life member of the Council and the . Before his retirement from the Public a service in 1931, he eld a response in f position in the pen Sions Melbourne football 1 result association. Brighton 20-14 Defeated Sandring Ham 10-14.northcote 10-12 Preston 8-15. Prahran 17-31 def. Port Melbourne 10-j3. Yarraville 9-19 def. Williamstown 7-6. Brunswick 25-8 def. Coburg 13-19. Oakleigh 14-14 def. Camberwell 9-11Association seconds. Sandringham 17-13 Defeated Brighton 11-10. Brunswick 10-12 def. Coburg 5-18. Oakleigh 14-14 def. Camberwell 4711. Preston 13-16 def. Northcote 9-12. Port Melbourne 11-17 def. Prahran 8-14., Yarraville 16-12 beat Williamstown 10-12. Sydney results South Sydney 8-5 Defeated North Shore 4-2. A Eastern suburbs 6-4 def. Sydney 2-6. Newtown 6-5 def. St. George 3-5. Cohn Manders Trie sex Eastlake Junior kicked two goals for Eastern suburbs. Canberra races combined meeting sky brightener win Monaro cup Mckenzie rides treble the annual meeting of the combined clubs of the Monaro racing District was held at the Acton race course Canberra on saturday in delightful weather. The principal race on the pro gramme was the Monaro cup which was won by sky brightener. This Success brought a Welcome change of Luck to his owner m. A. Act Teril who has had a run of outs Fiance his previous win with this horse at Bung Endore some months ago. Sky brightener started a firm Favourite in the Field of threes and did not give his backers who accepted a Shade of Odds on a mom ent s anxiety. He led throughout and won comfortably by three lengths. The owner was congratulated by the chairman of the Monaro District racing association or. Watson who presented him with the hand some Silver cup. Riding honours for the Day went to Mckenzie who won half the pro gramme. His winning rides were on sky brightener and twice on Julia A popular win was that scored by the Young Amateur 0. Gardiner who was successful on or. T. J. Mccormack s Luminous Crow in the corinthian Handicap. Gardiner received a presentation Sil ver Walch for his win. Fields at the meeting were Small being limited to the place getters in All but the last event for which four horses were paid up. Five Odds on favourites won in the programme of six events so that the Public had the better of things so far As the local races were concerned. With the Sydney and Melbourne races How Ever the Story was different. The attendance was again of Dis appointing proportions the Gate re. A copts amounting to Only �41. The clubs disbursed �75 in prize Money and with this expenditure and other commitments such As the payment of freight for horses which did not share in the prize Money a very slight profit is All that can be hoped for. It a unfortunate that the consideration shown by the clubs for the Comfort of patrons resulted in scant Aupp Oit of the meeting. The most noticeable improvements on Satur Day were the erection of a completely enclosed marquee for afternoon Tea and the provision of extra seat ing accommodation in another Large open marquee erected just beyond the betting ring. From this Vantage Point spectators could obtain an unobstructed View of the races in the greatest of Comfort. The chairman of the association or. Watson acknowledged the assistance rendered to the clubs by the country women s association Membris of which had charge of the afternoon Tea arrangements. Their marquee was a popular spot Between races. \ details of the racing were -. Cooma Handicap of �15 second horse �2 from stake. Five furlongs. Julia Bull head antedate. A. Patterson s by m mckenzie8.8 .1 Gold Edge c. Edlington s by in aged dudley8.2. 2 lord Dane w. E. Crockett s b a aged keir9.10 .3 Only starters. Betting 5/4 Julia p., lord Dane 2/1 Gold Edge. Lord Dane turned away at the Start and was left far in arrears. Atter traversing a Furlong Julia Showed in front of Gold Edge an d going along smoothly led through out winning by three lengths easing up from Gold Edge with lord Dane six lengths away third. Time a 1/5., Goulburn corinthian Handicap of �10, and �3 trophy for rider of Winner second horse Al from the stake. Six furlongs. Luminous Crow Crow Dennis a Glowworm. J. Mccormack s Brg aged gardiner10.6 .1 tra ton H. Osbourne s b a agedmckenzie9.10. 2 Only starters. A betting 5/2 on Luminous Crow 6/4 asst Triton. A Luminous Crow got the jump but settled Down at a slow Pace and enabled Triton to Bridge the Gap. They raced together to the Home turn where Luminous Crow shaken up Drew right Way for an easy win by Nye lengths. Time 1.9. Monaro cup of �16 second horse �3 from the i stake. One mile. Sky brightener Silvius Capella. J. Cotterill s. B a aged mckenzie8.7. 1 Armada o. C. Hancock s b a aged buckley8.82 Cut along t. J. My Cormack s Chi 4 yrs Keirl. 7.9. 3 Only starters. Betting 5/4 on sky brightener 5/4 asst Armada 3/1 Cut along. Sky brightener led through out. Leaving the straight the first time round lie was too lengths Clear of Cut along with Armada going Well a length further Back. At the Back of the. Course Armada passed Cut along and set out in Pursuit of sky brightener. It was a Only on Suff Ranee he got within two lengths of the Leader at the turn. " sky brightener went right away entering the straight winning pulling up by four lengths from Armada with Cut along four lengths Awa third. Time 1.42. Adami Naby trial Handicap of �10 second horse �1 from the stake. Five High Force Eastern 1 Bellem. And j. Tiernan s b a aged keir7.101 Geld Edge c. Edlington s Brm 1 aged stewart8.42 Arrow Mist j. Mcmarron s b a 6 yrs dudley8.2. 3 Only starters. Betting 5/1 on Arrow Mist 5/4 asst Ravana ,2/1 Gold Edge. Ravana took up the running leading on the outside by a neck from Arrow Mist with Gold Edge in close attendance. At the half mile the Pace of the leaders sharpened suddenly and Ravana and Arrow Mist gained a break of two lengths on Gold Edge. Entering the straight Arrow Mist began to lose ground but Gold Edge threw out a determined Challenge. Ravana lasted Long enough to gain the verdict by half a length from the fast finishing Gold Edge with Arrow Mist half a length away third. Time 1.2 1/5. Braidwood welter Handicap of �11 second horse �2 from the stake. Six furlongs. Umb Arki Wolarov Golden Chanc mrs. A. Gardiner s Chi aged stewart8.81 Luminous Crow t. J. Mccormack s. Brg aged keir8.4. 2 Only Stai ters. Betting 3/1 on Umb Arki 6/4 asst Luminous Crow. Umb Arki led throughout draw ing right away at the Entrance to the straight to win running away by three lengths. Time 1.15a. Bung Endore Handicap of �10 second ? horse., �1 from the stake. Five furlongs. Julia Bullhead antedate. A. Patterson s Brm 4 yrs Mckenzie 8.8. 1 lord Dane w. E. Crockett s b a aged crockett9.10. 2 Montague H. Osborne s b a 5 yrs. Stewart7.7 .3 other starter Fadalice keir7.7. Betting 2/1 on Julia p., 2/1 asst lord Dane 5/2 Montague 10/1 Fadalice Julia And lord Dane gave trouble at the Barrier. After one false Start lord Dane got the Best of the Start but when the Field settled Down Julia Showed in front of Montague and lord pane with Fadalice tailed off. Rounding the turn Julia Led by two lengths from lord Dane with another two lengths to Montagu e. Two lengths Clear into the straight Julia Had t no trouble in maintaining her advantage to the Post winning by la lengths from lord pane with Montague four lengths away third. Time 1.2. Tourist Bureau Secretary appointed or. William Dunbar of Morpeth n.-s.w., has been appointed Secre tary of the Canberra tourist Bureau there were 150 applications from Al states but Western Australia for la position. He will commence duty on monday in Sydney where the committee has instructed him to make personal con tact with the staffs of official Anc private travel bureaus and agencies or. Dunbar will remain in Sydney Foi a week before coming to Canberra and the Bureau will accordingly by opened permanently on april 26. The position of female assistant has not yet Boen filled but finality is expected soon. Clifton s a Rice St acc .3a a a in la appreciate its finer Quality we Nimic Yon to use this March Eulie Lily uni amp dirt the modern Satin smooth Finitsi it in pin is Ghoul the slightest of blemish note too How smoothly lie Iron glides without any Sensi t non of sticking Clifton s Lily White is the modern stairs for discriminating Wombill us la details Weie at Fonest c a. C y. Chalmels Cook Galbraith Dee 23 Ross Ridley coins Moss 25 Perkins cease Henty White foid20 Field Hogg Ashton Lott 20 de Ville Cott Ogham Elliott Francis 30 t m shake a peace Dunlop Lamb Hastie 20 Teison Willis rain Heyes 28 Grattan Pike Hanley Black 12 totals 101 77 at Blandon Fleming Chubb Somerville Monahan 19 Stevens Aldridge Bassett Chal Len 23 Bale Holmes Beaton May 25 love House Clai be Keene 22 Dickson Johnston Menzies Jones 27 Wetli Eily Beal Fawcett Mai tin _ 20 pet is Giay hoi an weather Ston 32 Boom o a cafe baked d air a 22 totals 103 87 aggregate totals 204 164 City club single handed championship 31 up Semi final game. Hastie beat Lamb 31-28 m 36 ends Lamb won four ends to one Coung 5-� to the 5th end and took 3 ends of the next five to Lead 10-3, having held Hastie to single Points when the latter won ends Lamb added 2 ends Foi two Moie Point and led 12-3 on the 12th then Hastie took control for awhile with 2 412, and 1 to Lead 13-12 at the 17th end the game Bike evenly Foi awhile with scores 15-15 on the 20th, and 19-19 on the 24th then Hastie took 8 Points to 1 to Lead 27-20 at the 29th end next Lamb took the offensive with foul singles and a 4 off five consecutive ends to Lead 28-27 at the 34th Hastie got 3 on the 35th and fan out on the next Ord t pairs Handicap final 21 ends. Hanley and Turner plus 4 beat Lucas and Hastie plus 3 36-11 the winners lost Only 6 ends for 8 Points four singles and two 2 a and averaged 2 33 Pel cent on their sol ing ends Hanley outplayed Lucas Al most wholly putting Hastie on a defensive game whilst turned was play ing at his Best throughout the game single handed Handicap 31 up. Lott Sei beat love plus 10 31-19 in 21 ends love won 6 ends-3 for singles and 3 Foi 2 each whilst Lott averaged 2 Pei winning end Challen ser beat Beal plus 10 31-12 in 14 ends Challen scored one 4, seven 3 a two 2 s and two singles whilst Beal won two ends for single Points cock o the walk 21 up. Field cd d Fawcett 21-14 Mai tin cd d Field 21-18 i associates play single handed championship 21 up. Mrs love beat mrs Reeve 21-6 single handed Handicap 25 up. Mis toy Sei beat mrs Bird 3 on 25-22, mis polmere 3 on beat mis Field 4 on 25-5, mrs a Bocken Stein 2 on beat mrs Kelleway 1 on 25-16, mis Pun Hon 8 on boat mrs Fawcett 8 on 25-18, mis Soic sen 2 of beat mis Punshon 8 on 25-17 fairs championship 15 ends. Mesdames Lineham and Thomas beat Punshon and Kelleway 14-10, Law Ley and Rockenstein beat Reeve and toy 112-11 picnic Day Competition. Tho Day was commenced with to spider Competition won Bya of a Ujj Thomas and the Ler Naider of the Day to rink Competition results mesdames Reeve Lawior rope Thomas 33, Budd Betts Carmody Field 29, Lineham Fawcett polmere Kelleway 27, Addison Ray Bird " Sorensen 24, Oleavy Whitley hos Kins boo 19. / a capital to Nicht and wednesday Winterset Maxwell Anderson s prize winning drama of revenge presented with rare artistry and skill by a distinguished cast of stage stars headed by Burgess Meredith and Margo Eduardo Cianelli Edward Ellis John Carrade Maurice Moscovitch and Paul Guilfoyle also a great actor m dual roles in a splendid comedy drama George Arliss in his lordship civic to Nicht and to Morrow Champagne Waltz Gladys Swarthout Fred Macmurray Oakie in a glorious musical Romance starring a metropolitan opera House Soprano and featuring a band of 300 performers also a wow of a comedy of a sports writer who cleaned up boxing. Michael Whalen Rochelle Hudson in woman Wise Jeanette Macdonald Nelson Eddy m ? 1 Rose Marie " opens a season of six nights Ano two matinees Cape Tol thursday fit Day and a tit vday nights Satin Day afternoon. Civic saturday monday and tuesday nights wednesday week after noon at the Capitol on thursday Public notices Bugby league meeting of officials and delegates to night. Australian National airways pay. Ltd. 9.15 . To Melbourne Launceston Hobart King la., Wynyard is. Flinders is. \ 315 ., Canberra to mrs. Barton s safety car service. Mort St. Phone b303i.-.-.-?-? a under the patronage of major general sir Charles Rosenthal and officers 2nd division .f., a company we Riwa regiment Are holding their first annual military Ball in St. Gregory s Hall Queanbeyan Friday april 23. Sir Geoffrey whig Kard and lady Whis Kard and brigadier Miles and lady Miles will attend. Pogson s full orchestra. Excellent supper. Wanted. ".ook, relieving 2 gents. L/22nd May. Apply "22-times." wanted clean old rags any Quantity apply times office. Lost. T Ost. Ladies chromium wrist a watch on Black band. Return to Canberra times Reward. T Library Book at Fishwick. Finder please return to Bateson Fishwick of wednesday night near patents office. Blue Conway Stewart Fountain pen. Ring till Yard b 333. In Duce s audience to or. Lyons Rome. Saturday Signor Mussolini granted an Audi ence to the australian prime minister or. Lyons with whom he had a Long talk. J. 4ie inquired about australian conditions and expressed pleasure at the Groat economic recovery asking de tails and evincing the greatest inter est in the country generally. He also expressed Friendship with. Britain air Ming his desire for world peace. The interview was held in ii Duce s suit in the former papal. Palace in the room from the Balcony of which Signor Mussolini addresses the Public Square below. Toronto conference Breaks up Toronto saturday. A conference lasting two hours was on the verge of a strike Settle ment when the Premier or. Hep Burn suddenly Dif banded it charging Union officials with. Refusing to sign a statement specifically de Claring they represented local unions Only and had not received instructions from the committee for Indus trial organisation. W. Cranswick Manaro Street v Queanbeyan Telephone 71 general merchant licensed Wool & skin buyer supplier of All station produce. Agent for motor oils motor spits lighting & Power Keio Senes Verdol motor oils Cooper s shearing plants and be Han pieces Balm. Paints and varnishes Dulux Auto motive and decorative finishes in All colours Cyclone gatos and fences Vita lick products Miller s ropes and twines All classes of fencing Matenas steel posts building mate mis superphosphate Rock and stack salts Cement Corn and chaff bags lacks Bath and cappers Gai Den Hose Agi i cultural seed pumps and windmills galvanised piping and fittings All descriptions of Grain Etc everything for the Man on the Lana. Let me quote prices for All your requirements delivered to Youl door. Local agent for the Roy Aii Exchange Assurance f help kidneys if Al they trouble or bladder weak m Ness makes you suffer Frota a Cutek Cimfl up nights nervousness dts Zine rheumatism stiffness burning. A smarting itching of acidity try in v new discovery Castex Sass Tex Guara teed to end your troubles 1�j s Days or Money Back at All chemist. Best mixed Wood blocks i 30/ Load extra Laige Load via Long Wood 25/ 2 tons orders received by Fulton s Cash and carry civic Kimberi haulage contractor cow Pei Street Ainslie special feature advertisements your Fountain pen a in Knulf 41 Ai Dorment of at likes of 1 outta in Pons mid pencils swam Conklin and Conway 8tewar lifted and Gold Frota Judi Kirtida inspect. \ v fed ebb a capital press of Australia Ltd times office Canberra Owen s est 1897. "1 bag a stores carry to urn Sefc data of to varied. Stock m up tar Hong tit hand. Bags our Continental buyers keep abreast of Tjie fashions by Ivory mail a map manufacturers and i ices at o to Una to Oil Teslo let us Lavo Jour outer -. Owen s bag stores Rel ma3732 t / 406 George St t Sydney the Beautiful lawns glorious Flowers and loft tree that surround w. C. Went Worth s 100-year-old Horny in Vaucluse Park Aroki thing of Beauty and. Joy for Ever. Canberra residents who Ore visiting Sydney would est Joy a Harbour trip or a term rids to this hallowed a pot

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