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BIG TOTE DIVIDENDS ADELAIDE [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 26 October 1941

p BIG iTOTE DIVIDENDS ADELAIDE JOHN PENNA STAKES.', 5f.---Dukedom, 8/9;'.'._(Medhurst) ,'1, :8/1 "on; St. 'Clair, 7.0 ,f (Wallace)" 2nd, "6/1:',Alert; 7:11 (Follett), 3 25/1. 'Tote,: £1/6/-. TRIAL= STAKES, '.7f.'. 1st Diitv-Sweet Ri??, 7.7 (A. Cox) "1 '20/1; Rhyne, 7.0 '(McInerney), 2, 33/1` De Louvre, 7.9 (Carling), 3. 2/1. Win: £12/14/-. Place: £,4)£23, £1/8/-. BRUSH -HURDLE,: - .-Bonnie Olive, 9.3 (Kenny), 1, 10/1; Harmonise, 9.6 (Air), 2. 4/1; Miss Beth. 9.13 (Ryan), `3,' 7/2. Win: £91014/1 -. Place: £2/10/', £2/2/-, '£118/-. }'TRIAL STAKES, 2nd Div,.; 7f.-Sir 'IThomas;. 7,9': (Royen)?:-l1,. 3/1; Penmate, 7/1 (Hall), 2 20/1; Berlton) 7.4 (Cox), 3, 16/1."' Win: '£3/12/-. Place' £1/16/-, £Ii/6/-,. £5. SPRING HANpICAP. 1, m,-Telemeter, 7.2 '(Miillen), 1. 20/1: Manvale;f8.11 (Lee "sue), 2,' 12/1;, Kilogram, 7.7;' (Badger), 3, 6/1, Win: £10/16/-. Place: £2/10/-, £2/2/-, £3/8/-. ROSEDALE HCP., 9f.-Fallada, 7.9' (An drews), 1, 4/1; Wertago, 8.2 (Carling). 2, 6/1; Lord Phillip,- 8.1. (M...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
ROSEHILL [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 26 October 1941

, ROSEHILL PLACED HORSES, POST TOTE (5/-) RACE POSITIONS, RIDERS S.P. WIN 1PALCE £ s. d. } £.s. d. | MACARTHUR JUNGLE KING, 8.5 (A. Knox) 7/4 - 15 9 STAKES, Sequel, 8.2 (S. Cracknell) 15/1 - 6 0 41.fur. Radio Star, 8.12 (H. Hughes) 9/10 14 6 5 3 LADY FITZROY ORIOLE. 8.5 (A. Gillard) - /1- 93I 6-0 STAKES, 4fur, r. Flying Shuttle, 8.5 (A. Knox) 7/4 -- 6 3 (Fillies) Fire Bird, .5'(K. Andrews) 10/1 12 0 SPRING FLYING MERRIIiMBA.-8.4 (H. Hughes) 3/1 1 110 10 3 HANDICAP, Valve, 8.9 (R. Parson) I 3/1 - 10 9 7fur. _ Flying Knight, 9.7 (R. James) 9/4 I 1 - CUMIBERLAND I SANTA-, 7.8 (N: Allen) -6/4 I 12- - HANDICAP, I Cable Boy, 6.12 (N; Wilson) 3/1 - - .1¼ miles y Cryon,. 7.7 (H.. Hughes) 10/1 - HAZADAN, 8.7 (R. Ilinton) 10/1 2 15 6 16 6 NOVICE IICP., 1 Queanbeyan.Boy, 7.13 (H. Darke)I 9/2 - 9 3 1st Div., 6f. Letascar, 7.10 (A. Knox) Evensl - 6 6 N C CADGER,',8.7 (R. Horton) 3/ 1 3 01 7 9 NOVICE HCP., Belle Money, 7.3 (Af'Bomnore) I 6/1 - 16 0 2nd ,Div. High Stepper, 7.6 (L. Dtuicombe) 20/I ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRISBANE TRAINER DIES [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 26 October 1941

BRISBANE TRAINER` DIES ' .After' grooming the racehorse, Math;oni, which .lie was- training .for the RBrisbane races,. William Rowe, 66;:' married, formerly Or Bowrav'ille (? N.S.W.) collapsed and died at his home at Hendra, last\ Wednesday, as a result of heart failure.

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MOONEE VALLEY [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 26 October 1941

* MOONEE VALLEY I PLACED HORSES. POST I I TOTE (5/-) RACE I POýITIONS, RIDIERS S.P. 1VWIN I PLACE I ( £ s.d. £S d. ST. AILBANS HCP.?- REGENCY, 8.7 (Box) Ivensl 9 6 6 0 5 fur., (2-yr.-olds)I Portsmouth, 8.7 (Ralph) 1 33/I - ? 1 1 6 Ir.ct, DIv. I Carrltca, 7.9 (Preston) I 7/1 J - 9 6 ST. ALBANS HCP.,I HIGH FLIGHT, 8.7 (W. Cook) I 10/9 10 0 6 '6 5 fur., (2-yr,-olds)I Hudson Bay. 8.0 (E. Preston) 5/1 1 a 8 0 Second Div. I Cavort, 8.0 (J. Purtell) 5/2 I 5 .0o DUt'fO'?'?t.D MARTHEUS; 8.2 (W. Cook) 1.12/1 4 -2 0 186 HCP., 6fur. J "iicl,In 1'fA'llrer, 7.12 (II. Badger)J 7/1 10 0 (First Div.) 1 Crojick,' 8.11 (A. Breasley) I 12/1 -? 12 6 IBROADMEADOWS WARWICKSHIRE. 9.8, (Brinsle-y) 5/1 1- 13 6 12 0 STEEPLE Sarthorn, 9.0 (Callahan) I 14/1 I 1 4 6 2m, 7c. 1'Sachemn, 11.0 (McKee) I 8/1_ 11 0 PIEAU VITE, 9.4 (D. Munro) 13/1 on 7 0 5-6 W.S. COX PLATE Tranquil Star, 8.9 (F. Shean) 6/1 I 8 6 (W.F.A.), 91fur. I Laureate, 7.11 (II. Badger) 10/1 - 9 6 MOONEE VALLEY- YOURS'TRULY, 7.3 (McCUrten) J 20/1 ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Yours Truly's Shock Win In Moonee Valley Cup Punters Heated Demonstrations [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 26 October 1941

Yours Truly's Shock Win Iýn :Moonee Valley Cup Punters :Heated 'Demonstrations Punters at Moonei Valley were shocked yesterday when Yours Truly came home at 20-1 ino the Cup. Yours Truly's win in the Moonce Valley Gold Cup was unpopular be cause the punters saw him beaten last Wednesday in the WVerribee Cup. Hooting broke out as the horses returned to scale. It was a long and hostile demronstration. It.is the third year in succession that the Moonee Valley Cup winner has been hooted. Darbv 'Mtinro was -heckled as he returned to scale ont All Love in the first division of the Dundonald Handicap: All Love-Started favorite, was left .it the, post, and failed to get a place. It was All Love's fourth defeat in succession. In the GoldtCup the favorite Read ing led the field most. of the way, Iut his battles with Gilltown slowed him down at the turn for home, and True Flight took the lead but was challenged by Yours Truly in the straight, who battled on to win by a' head., Son df Aurous fi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EXCLUSIVE AIRMAIL PICTURE OF CAULFIELD CUP FINISH [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 26 October 1941

EXCLUSIVE,.AIRMfAILt PICTURE OF CAULFIELD CUP FINISH LAST STRIDE WIN. Caulfield Cup finish shows Velocity (on the inside) holding off Reading, right on the post, with Evergreen a length away, third. nimveil (white face) is a length away, fourth, then Triggerman, True Flight. Iucrative, El Golea, Rivette, Frill King and Tranquil Star.-(Thls photo was picturegrammed from Melbourne to the Sydney Telegraph and rushed to Darwin by 'plane for the first issue of Army News).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 26 October 1941

WHEN iTS 1712 / --. A LI v= THE SYDNEYBULL 6/N " 28th MAY /9/. ""WHAFFOR! Republished by special permission of the "Sydney Bueti. iid .i ... z?'~ '. ~ · '_.... .. , ', I"" .. ' R BUDGET "FR you're trying to €cut Sthe,, corners' ..to :make. ends meet use LISTERINE So.,th Paste. It's all .cleasm , lasts longer, .saves you money. ,No grit, no 'filling' or frothing., element to give, an illusion, of bulk, but it does. contain the: 'finest dental powders, creamed. for convenience, plus the anti septic oils oif. LISTERINE Antiseptic itself-something you -,get.. in. no other 4,dentifrice. ý "':I 1/3 and-2/-.. LISTERINE TOOTH PASTE,. H.JONES & CO. AUSTRALIAN AUSTRALIA'S BEST

Publication Title: Army News
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SILENCE IN COURT [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 26 October 1941

SILENCE IN COUR Polite Prosecutor (to defendant in. Licensing ,Court),: :What: is .yqur;.:wfe' name?; Defýndant :iThe' same as mine.'' S.M. (to - boy witness An, Coroner' Court):,: Whatt did :,the lorry driver :y when, your ,playmnate asked for a r~de?.ý s. Boy:" He 'said 'he d give him a ride on his boodt... , -: , . 'Constable. (at Sydney Police .Co , He tdld. me"he earned £ 93-at Mildu t.' Mr. . Read,: ' Solicitor: Not. .that ; eie earned it on Mildurd,-.the racehorse.' Constable: He said he earned it' p-ln - Solicitor: Pruning -the . books at, Rand- ,~ , rick? "-. -. Magistrate. (examining child witness w, in Sydney Court),: Now, you know what. it means to swear on the Bible? .... i Child: It means I!ve -got °to tell the truth. ,j. , - .Magistraite: And if you don't tell, the truth, where will you go? Child: Up foe perjuiry.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 26 October 1941

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HOT IN W.A. [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 26 October 1941

HOT IN W.A. High temperatures in the north west of W.A. were again recorded yesterday. Temperatures at Derby rose as high as 107 degrees, while Marble Bar and Anna Plains both registered 103 degrees.

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Army News Crossword - No. 1 ACROSS [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 26 October 1941

1 Army Netws Crossworda - No.J I ACROSS 1 Makes an, " edging 5 Annoys • 11 Acute pain 12 Wandering 13 Symbol for selenium 14 Meadow 15 Easy 16 Casual occurrence 18 Kind .of rock 20 Pastry 21 Employed 23 The bitter vetch 24 Stinging insect 25 Earthy 27 Needs 28 Be indebted to 20 Canine 30 Serf 33 Renovation 37 Part 6f harness' 38 Prohibit. -' 39 Actor's part,. 40 Era 41 Staff 43 Greek letter:' 44 Subject to death 40 Also 48 Indefinite article 49 Pertaining to sub-division of the Tertiary" 50 Ridge of glac ial gravel -" 52 Creeps slyly 53 Church dignitary DOWN I Preposition 2 Every 3 Binds 4 Kind of tri 'angle 5 Trials, 6 Great' lake 7 Branch 8 A red dye wood (var.) 9 Enrol 10 Rets 11 Stop 13 To close 17 By 109 Part of "to be" 22 Collection of cattle 24 Bet 26 Female sheep . 27 Was victorious 29 Signified 30 Disgraces 31 Large pond - 32 Punish by fine 33 Rodent 34 Grief 35 Place of worship 36 Lank 38 Bundles 41° Money depository 42 Organ of smell 45-Beverage' 47 Tu'rkish• * weight 51 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 26 October 1941

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Jockey Disqualified [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 26 October 1941

Jockey Disqualified It was favorite's day at Rosehill (Sydney) yesterday. Seven winners were low-priced, Hazadan being' the highest priced winner .at Io/I. Oriole, favorite at 10/9 on, in the second race, had to survive a pro test before taking the No. I placing. Jockey H. Hughes, who last week rolde three winers, was successful on another two yesterday, and was dis qualified for two months after riding his second winner Pancerta.

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Army News Picks Six Winners [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 26 October 1941

Army News Picks Six Winners Yesterday morning we gave you a new service with the News [,ulletin -the full card of acceptors for M\lel hourne and Sydney races, together with our selections for the two meet ings. For the Rosehill (Sydney) meet ing we selected six straight-omit win ncers for the eight races, and in the other two races our secondl selection won in each case. Our successful tips were as fol lows : Oriole, 10/9 on; Merrihnla, 3/1; S:mnta, 6/d; Haz;adanl, Io/i; Pancerta, 6/4 and John Dory 5/2. Army News will try Atnd give you this service with the News IBulletin every VWednesday and Saturdav. You can read the results and details of all sport in your paper the following mlorning.R

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Reading to Contest Rich Santa Anita [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 26 October 1941

Reading, to Contest Riclh Santa Aniita Reading is now a certain visitor to America for the big Santa Anita Handicap (California) in January. He was bought two w\eeks ago for 2000 guineas by American filiii mag nate Louis B. Mayer. His trainer (J. T. Cush) said he had not been questioned about going to America with Reading. "Prestimably Reading ' will go, though;" said Cush. It is understood that Reading may not even wait for his 7tfelbourne Cup engagement. His owner has planned to hook an early berth from Australia so that he could arrive in America before Christmas and have plenty of time to acclimatise. Mr. V. J. Smith, ;who handles Mr. Ma),er's Atistralian irace' interests, said that plans had not been finalised. "However, after such good form, Reading can be regarded as a cer tain visitori to Anierica, and prob ably will remain. there to race," he said. T''he 'Santa Anita Handicap is worth about £A3o,ooo.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 26 October 1941

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Richards Thrashes "Heavy" Champ [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 26 October 1941

Richards Thraishes "Heatvy" Champ Ron Rich'ards rýiettirned ,toi the ring dgain to' thiashl' Billy Britt, Australian" heavyweight: champion, in: nine' rounds,- at' thei Sydney Stadium last Thu'tsday night. The bout was scheduled for 12 rounds. Richards gave' Britt a ter rible bashing iliout the `head with vicious right-hand blows. Britt was kniocked to the canvas nine times. He fell heavily each'time, but he. came back for more,: each: time, witihout the faintest hope of beating Richards. The fact that Britt had a weight advantage of more than a stone shows the power behind Richards' punching. Their respective weights were: Richards i.1st. i2lb., 'Britt 13st. i lb.. Richards' form last night proves he has made his "comeback" in. earnest. His fight' with Fred Henneberry at Sydihey 'Stadium on' Thursday, November 20, will' be awaited''with keen interest.

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SPORTING RESULTS From All States CRICKET N.S.Q. Chooses Men For interstate Games. [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 26 October 1941

SPORTING: RE SULTS From AU States CRICKET N.S.W. Chooses Men For Interstate Games. The. N;S.W. Cricket Association has.asked 27 players .to attend prac tice at the Sydney Cricket Ground with a view to selection. in the in terstate team that will play a series of matches this season for war funds. : :Those..". choa .sen e: .: McCabe, :, O'Reilly, Barnes, Saggirs, Morris, .Coh!ln, F.'ingleton, .Jackson,- Guliver, Truriper, .McCauley, .. Oristofani, James,. Chegwyn,.-Rowe, Easton, Col Sins, Ho-rsefield, .Solomon, Rudd, Stapleton,, Carrol, JLi~ringstone, Lind wall, .Brooks, Powell and Leventhall.

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MELBOURNE MATCHES [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 26 October 1941

MELBOURNE ,MAT1CHES .: S Ex-International'captain, ;Bert- Oldfield, .made 62, in rhis figst appeaxrqnce', a.a bats Sman in Melbourne' grade cricket. Tamblynr .(10?. ,no:)..:and. Laury (117 n6.j" .:made fine, unbroken:. partnership .for St. "Kildal against.. ,aulfeld ,in-yester-. day's matches.' . . Alan :Dick.: (University). scored a bril lianrit 123 in 138 minutes against :Coiling wood.:.. S University.290 v.,.Collingwood 193. ' Essendon 167 and, 3 for '138 v Melbourne 130. .North. ,Melbourne ,222 'v Fitzroy, .209 and .4 for .61. , :Richmond; 214' and 7" for 180 v North cote 144. -,s.outh Melbourne 241. v Praitran 164 and.4 for 62. .St. Kilda, 1 for 285 (dec.) v Caulfield Carlton 329. v Hawthorn-East Mel bourne,, 137,and 5 for,169.

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SYDNEY GAMES [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 26 October 1941

SYDNEY .-GAMES. Results. of the Grade cricket as play ed in. Sydney yesterday afternoon are given,,below: IMVosman 250 v Western Suburbs, 2. for 21. Gordon 371 (Last 114) v Petersham (Baines "6 for 92). - North Sydney. 192 V Randwick; 2 for 86 (PoWell ,6 for 83). St. George 29Q: (A. Byrne 96) v Manly, none for 8. .ddington. (Cohen .73, James' 79) v University, .1 for 10 (Griffin.6 for 133). Glebe 98 (Richardson 5 for 86) v. Wav erley, 9 for 148 (Brooks. 5 for" 28). Nnrther.n Districts (closed) 8 for 424 (Fallowfleld '129--it was his fourth cen ttrv in 'succession) v ,Marrickville. Balmain 180 v -Cumberland. 4 for 64 (A. Howell,, . for c7, and. Stone 5 for 64).,.

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