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MOOMEE VALLEY MEETING. Programme of Events. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

MOOMEE VALLEY MEETING. Programme oi Events. The following is the programme of crents to be decided at Moone? Valley this (Satur day) afternoon:— ' HANDICAP HURDLE EACE. Two Miles. Paymaster ... 11 3 Little SJatn ... 2 Portlock 11 7 Saw Cook 9 Wingarara ... 11 1 ililkabah S RosevaJe .., ... 11 0 Pure Gold £ Old Nick 10 0 Icon S AadricuU 10 0 Taniius... ... ... S Becasane 9 12 Calabash S TWO-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP. >ur Fur'.onss. Blague Crocis Trusty Servant Lord Antony ... Sarzana Bobinski Granite Park... Lady Cantala . Orinoco 9 G Suofon ' Linass ' Blairfiude ' Kuaas ' Caudle 1 Lady ilarama ' Wileria ( Bright Orango G 11 Veronal ( HIGH-WEIGHT HANDICAP. Fire l-'i r!cn:s. Georgette... .. 10 12 Sakar* 8 6 Sister Radius .. 9 15 .11 alt Guard ... 5 Culma .. 9 Kurrea'n 2£ockfast ... .. y Urdinai 3 31aple L-'af .. 9 Huaoriue 2 First Shot... .. 9 Metric Precious ... .. 9 Nangunia Quetrn 0 Quair Bum .. 9 Noble Bonnie . 0 Ayr Boy ... .. 9 Ipoh 0 ilicdai.,, ... .. 9 0 Buudy 0 Coolaznatoiig ... 9...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
VATICINATIONS. MOONEE VALLEY (Saturday). Hurdle Race. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

VATICINATIONS. MOONEE VALLEY (Saturday). Hurdle Race. ANDP.tccla ... 1 iiilkab.ua 2 SAM COOK 3 two-Year-Old Handicap. blague lor ru»asi 1 veronal _ _ ... 2 seoken 3 High-Weight Handicap. quair burn 1 noble bonnce — 3 Valley Handicap. hamtiurci belle 1 maloja 2 ! prakl k1nu 5 Welter Plate. antoinette ... 1 win'nipkc. 2 fiOLD 11ha1l) ** ordinal 2 Welter Purs l 2 3

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

CARLTON ALE Maintains Its SUPERIORITY And Increases in POPULARITY.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE SYDNEY SPORTSMAN PUBLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY. Terms to Subscribers. (In Advance Only.) [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

THE SYDNEY SPORTSMAN PUBLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY. Terzot to Subscribe:?, da Adrince OnJj.) PEP. ANNUH ... _ 7/ HAL?-YEARLY ... ... 3/6 QUARTERLY ... ... _ w ... l}9

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TURF TATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

TURF TATTLE. BaUau on Friday. Itiobnjond on Monday. TraUlfrar on Tuesday. .Moi>T»-?r Valley to*day. Sunfcury cn Wednesday. Trotting at Richmond on Thursday. ! Th- speedy Bou'ahal Ifacbree has been [ sent back to Cotowa. - ! The Parisian, Ratblca, and - Wallalo. .ar® I bootrd to Itai! for Sydney to-d»y. The imported horse Plasticine did not- do too badly in the South Yarra Handicap. Little S!«n, tie disappointins half brother, by St. -A1WJM. 40 Emjr> '» to b0 tried at hurdle-racing. Bardolph sent Reuben Koops as 'high aa a kite" when he blundered with him at the sod wall in the Gordon Steeplechase. There was another'bumper attendance at Caulbeld last Saturday, and the dub should make another substantial proSt on the fixture. . Seouarious ia a mighty long -while coming back* to form.' He was confidently backed and sent out favorite for the Ubiqae Conn thian, only to miss a place. The former owner o: Moroka bccame so disgusted with birn that he pare him to S. O'Neill, on conditio...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

BEST SPORTING AUTHORITY PRICE ONE PENNY. j ALL NEWS AGENTS. i V\7"ILLIAM.ST0\YN RACING T T CLCB. EASTER MEETING. EASTER MONDAY, APRIL 13. ENTRIES CLOSE MONDAY. MARCH 30 ut 6 p.m.. for the following *-vonta* SF.AFORD HURDLE RACE, ISO sovb." Two FEDERAL HANDICAP. 150 sots. Sji fur W.R.C. EASTER CUP. 500 sots. One mile and a nuurttT. STEEPLECHASE. ISO bow. Two znUea*. JUVENILE HANDICAP, 200 sots. For two?e*re-ol(j. Five furlongs. WERRIBEE WELTER. 150 sots. One miJe. ■li « O. F. ORE, Secretary. -Keep yeurauhiri your pockeU The eaiiert ,1° * fMbioBfcble Suit la to n*y 2* Cd. ,y* Camll'e c*n keep you la the fashion with lorelr, durable fabrics on confident SAC SUITS TO ORDER FROM SO/ 10s. DEPOSIT. 2a. Cd WEEKLY. Oar cuttere are «up?eme In their art, asd tfi* fit and fabric* faaltleja throughout CASS ELL'S "THE CREDIT TAILORS/' 271 SWAN6TOH-ST. (one door froth Lon*iale-»t.) 80UTH YJUUU-U2 Chapel-it. FOOTSCRAY Hlchol»on-»t_QLEHF£REIK—Opp. Don Store.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
On the Tracks. FLEMINGTON. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

On the Tracks. FLEMINGTON. TUESDAY. It was ouite cool this morning, when the tracks •were good going, There was, how over iittlo done in the way of galloping, and the work was almost devoid of interest-. Pearl Kin;; put in some good striding work, and Flying Flag followed suit. Monodia skipped over a tan half mile in 53. and Ban Amo went a furlong further in 1.12. Piastre and Orvieto ran the latter distance iu 1.9J, ■while Audacity put in useful pace work. Nangunia Queen, Duel, Sir Prim, Booligal, Plasticine, and Spring Bjook. were all strid ing along, without trpuc for time, wh:le Rock Fust stretched out for a short distance. Antoinette ran half a mile in 54J, and Maloja put in an oven time nine furlongs. Tin cent Maid scampered over half a mile in 55, and Yaudilla Kins {A. Rcnnie) looked to have it all on whiLe roinu fix furlongs in 1.21 on the tan.- Ordinal did an even time five furlongs. Field Genera] strode aJoug, and Maple 1/eaf had a short dash. Radnor and Zobar half-paoed. R...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

SPENDALE PARK RACES j SATURDAY. MARCH £3, 1914. > £100.—MAIDEN PLATE. Speciall weight*: j 2-year-olds 6.12; 3-yoir-olds 7.12; 4-year olds and upwards, 8.3. Usual allowances. ■ Fire furlongs. ! £80.—STEEPLECHASE. About two miles. £150.—THE ASPENDALE PLATE and PURSE. A haudicar> divided eouailyinto I two slakes, S»x furloufjs. I £150.—ASPEN DALE PARK HANDICAP, i One mile and a quarter, | £70.—JUMPERS* FLAT RACE. For horsea ' that bate started in uny hurdle or steeplechase prior to the time ot eatry. One milo. and a Quarter. ENTRIES close on MONDAY, MARCH 23. before G p.m.. with the secretary, at Mr. M. P. Consdine's office. V.R.C. build ings, 491 Bourke-street. Melbourne. Handi* cnpi declared Thursday, March 20.* R. K. Maitland, handicapper. J. &. OSOOKfii Prop, ft&d Sob. 3*0. 1 All nominations. 10s. WORKERS' COMPENSATSOT Under tliia Act it will be accessary for EVERY EMPLOYER to insure his Employees, including' Domestic Servants, against accidents. THE STANDARD ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CAULFIELD. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

CAULF1ELD. TUESDAY. Tracts in excellent going order; grass open for spccial gaHops, but not much used. On the grass Rathlea (II. Cairns) coram^nr ed by covering a mil* in 1.47, without much 1 trouble. Wallalo (P. McGrath) was much j belter than Camnus (H. Gray) at the con- | elusion of s'x' furlongs in • 1.19$. Bullio B. {R. Lwis) went very smartly in the early stages of a fire furlong gallop, but tiring, took ■ 1.5J for the full distance. - Winning Post (H, Cairns) easily ran half a mile in 52J, and Sarruna (L. Tiiisley) covered the same course in 51}. Avonwort fairly lost Rose Royal over five furlongs in 1.3$. The Royal Artillery—Martinique gelding took 40 to run three furlongs, and Buckram ran double that distance in 1.22. On the pand track, Patriotic put past a mile and a furlong in 2.4. Orinoco was 40 over thre« furlongs. Meritua was let off lightly. Onazcr ran fix furlonss in a little worse Uiau even time. Anna Carlovna and Honorine were on tlif c-u3j list, and Widgicwa • went...

Publication Title: Truth
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Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
S'AFRICAN SYNDICAL'YSTERIAISTS SHYTOO SQUAD OF SHIFTY SHYSTERS. A Mad Mob of Mouthing Mountebanks. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

SHYTOO SQUAD OF SHIFTY SHYSTERS. A lad Mob of Mouthing Mountebanks. (BY JOHN NORTON.) Mon who would work revolutions, for | good or for evil, ought to count the alternative cost; of success' or failure, I unil W prepared Jo mn tbe risk of j either, and to reeeivo tho resultant re-j ward, or retribution, an the fiat of fate.! Reformers, worthy of the name, enjoy j jnicees* 'with dignity, nod utilise its} opportunities with moderation, or suf-1 for tho fruits of failure in silence and j without shame. Such is not the type] of inejj rosponsiblo for tho collapse of tho shnm syndicalist striko in Soutli Africn. \ i * * I I'll fit strike huglit never to have : taken place, for the simple rpaaon that It. emiUl never succeed. Calui tcAoc tion would have made this ns obvious us the fact .that the promoters and mis-leaders of that melancholy fiasco ure a mob of muddleheaded mouthing mountebanks To deport such a squeal ing, squeaking, squiriniug squad of vhypoo-shyster syndicalists was a big b...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

gUNBCRY RACING CLUB. WEDNESDAY. 3UP.GH 25. SPLENDID ENTRIES. RED ROCK WELTER, of 30 fovs. Mini mum. 7«t, 71b. Six furlong*. iNominatiou 7». 6d.; acceptance ,7s. Cd. PONY RACE, of 20 «ovs. 14.2 a.u. Five furlong*. Nomination 6s.. acceptance 5s. SUNBURY CUP, of 75 sct§. Ten furlongs. Nomination 105., acceptance 20i. TRIAL STAKES, of 20 sovs. Five furlongs. Nomination 5s., acceptance 5i. CORINTHIAN HANDICAF, of 20 sovs. Hi tier of winner presented with trophy valued £5. Amateur riders. Minimum, 9st. Six furlou^3. Nomination 5s., ac ceptance 7b. Cdt ENCOURAGE MILE, of 50 sovs; For borsts tbat Iiuto never been placed first, second, or third in a race on the flat of a mile or over. Nomination 7s, 6d.. acceptance 7*. Cd. Weights. Saturday, March 21. Horses conveyed free. See conditions on entry forms. O. O. CXJMDtG \ Joint ' JL r. BOAEDICCx'' San. Bn. LOAN3 £3 UPWARDS . LOANS £3 UPWARDS » - Steal! Weekly Repayment* — Small WueVly Kepaj-menti Householders and Worker# — . ■ ■ Householders an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

HAND MADE lOO.UOO.Wll) SMOKED ANNIULLV. RETTES. Slave yota Settled That . Suit Question ¥et* Sir? If no*, scttlo it ri^hi avrav, fan:! il.irt the vear well with one cf'my Famous Suit*. Y'-? vril] g<-{ r.li (h.-\t ir 'Ire'nvl in the """* an iip-t--dit" Sirt imm ihr laicst nivl in SuiliiH;s. -1"-' " rrfT ' • D «ii }/;•. v -i in" u r." ji■ n ort^rrn m . p-i,- an.l what tli* oth.-r uilor would SuiU • cuf tu, aui i:;.iur p\ '•tr'-ti*. :-!1 i _ ?h' inntrria!* nr.- in Ucf-"Z for r]'sn!itr .tu;I ttii !t tho-so tiff TtliTo • th.» urice. Th^p :m-o ihr i?cU,r* th.it haw built uti '•>,* nt^turs; nil jjirrn i«e th<- ronum t:ca ;or making a Good Suit, at th.- mc« SAC SUIT Qj fw jj A!.!. MEASURE " pijice FROM THIO PICK OF THE stock. Wr.te for Fa:trrn«, Tape, acd S il Form at one*. W. 11 BRUCF Io9 Bourke Street, MKLBOUkW't:. THE "SAVOY, ftcs. 30-i-SC'G LITTLE COLLINS STREET (Kest Royal Arcade). 95 MELBOURNE'S PREMIER-CAFE tOliFI.KTF.IA' HK.MODEIJ.F.I). LUXUIUOCSLY FURXTSHKD...

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Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
NIELSEN'S " NUGGET." FINE FAT FEES FOR A "FAKIR." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

NIELSEN'S " NUGGET." FINE FAT FEES FOR A "FAKIR." (From Sydney "Truth." March 22.) The appointment of-Mr.' NIefs Rasmus Wilson Nielsen us the New South Wales Commissioner'to the Panama Exhibition Is to be a fairly "decent" one—from the point of view of Mr.* Nielsen himself. no doubt—as lie Is to-be paid £4 a day, which Is at the rate of JCMCO a year. .Mr. NelUjen Is not.to be paid this rate until ho is actually "on the job." .Still, his pay is? not to be at all meagre. JIe is to re ceive £1 a day from the moment lie leaves Sydney until he lands In San Francisco, alter whieh his pay is 10 be the £4 a duy already mentioned. lie J.« to be paid ut this rato durln;r the whole ol" the time that lie Is In America as "Executive Commissioner" for New South Wales at the Exhibition. The £1 a day i from the moment ho leaves Sydney until' he lands In San Francisco is not to be understood as intended to include the payment of his passase-money. Not by any means: he is to be paid this by the Gover...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

r Mr. P. R. MILES, a well-known Interstate Traveller, REPRESENTING ONE OF THE LARGEST COMMERCIAL FIRMS'IN AUSTRALASIA, WRITES A REMARKABLE LETTER TO CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., IN WHICH HE DRAWS THE PUBLIC ATTENTION TO HIS WONDERFUL RECOVERY TO HEALTH AFTER ALL MEDI CINES FAILED HIM. MR. MILES EMPHATICALLY DECLARES HE CONSIDERS THIS TONIC THE GREATEST IN THE WORLD. BECAUSE HE KNOWS WHAT IT DID FOR HIM AND FOR HIS SYDNEY FRIEND WHO ADVISED HIM TO TAKE IT. AND WHOM II CURED OF RHEUMATISM AFTER HE HAD BEEN CON. SIDF.RED INCURABLE. READ THIS LETTER-IT IS GOOD HEADING FUR 1 HOSE WHO DESIRE TO REGAIN HEALTH. Commercial Traveller*' Club. Moore Si., Sydney. 3,'-4')3, CLEMEWTS TOWEC LTD., and, ai of t!,» difficult, (t »ified nlrd in Australia, at times 1 found it \ery 'orm those duties, satisfactorily lo myself, when I became * victim to appendicitis in operated upon successfully, although it left Clc: McU .ydne? I told strongly adwied i ce. and purchased friend of n me to do v condition o{ ill-hea...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
DENMAN THE DUFFER AN OPEN LETTER TO A PLUTOODLING PEER. Commonly Called "Lord" Denman, Popinjay Pro-Consul of Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

i DENMAN THE DUFFER AN OPEN LETTER 1 ^ PLDTOODLING PEER. Commonly Called " Lord" Denman, Popinjay Pro-Consul of Australia. ' Bdtnt'btxljv sftmfi'wlwjrc, has sold that it teemed aomewhat of a superlluoua expen diture of energy to sot a steam-hummer going siniply to crack thy shell of an c«IT.- So, too; to many people it must seern ah exaggeration of the Imputed im portance of so unimportant an individual as I presurne*to pronounce you to be, to publicly expostulate with you per medium of on Open Letter. Such u method of expostulation is usually reserved for very pood men or for very bud men—for the i famous or the infamous. You are neither good nor bad, famous nor Infamous. You 1 have not sufficient capacity or coaragv to , be either. You lack both* ability and vll- ; lainy. Tour moral make-up la that of ir;eretricioas mediocrity — a mental her maphrodite',- an intellectual eunnchj- otio of those characterless chameleon-like parasitical polypi, almost sexless creatures ! who only ref...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
FISHER'S FLATULENCE. Paltry, Peddling, Platitudinising Politicians. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

FISHER'S FLATULENCE. Paltry, Peddling, Platitudinising Politicians. (From Fydney "Truth," March 22.) i ' The speech that Mr. Andrew Fisher delivered on Friday night at the Sydney Town Hall was not at all "sensational." Indeed, it was, on the whole, so extremely tame as to have almost a sleep suggesting effect. Fisher is a plod ding politician, who seems to "travel" on the " Onust Andy" ticket, and to imagine that an at titude of "sweet sincerity" atones for lack of brilliancy, /or lack of great powers of leadership, for the personification of mere dull, com monplace mediocrity. Fisher is the sort of man that comes to the front, sometimes, when abler men. having raised up for themselves enemies, are compelled to stand aside, while those having the| power of selection compromise on some political "dark horse," who is selected because he has few, or no, enemies. Such a man succeeds because of the lack of those very qualities that are most valuable in a leader or statesman. The very pol...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

-THE BACILLUS OF . LONG LIFE. - To no'living man dors humanity owe'a greater debt of gratitude than to PROFESSOR METCHNIKOFF for his discovery of the phagocyte of the human blood, and the means of . prevention of premature old age. In connection with the latter the learned Professor liolds that old age is not physiological, but essentially pathological; that arterio-sclerosis which is the expression thereof strikes maai* far too early, and is caused by the exartence of microbial poisoning in the colon .and large intestine, wittf the . consequent. intestinal fermentation and . autointoxication, by which are produced most 'affections of the digestive track;'-; particularly the various forms of ehteritis*'iri the'* child and udult, contamination and affection of the ^neigh boring organs; constitutional intoxication that affects all tho organic systems; heart, kidney, nervous system, and skin, anfl pre mature senility of the organism by arterio* sclerosis.. • \ In arresting 'intestinal ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
YOUNG COUPLE ESTRANGED. MUCH DOMESTIC INFELICITY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

YOUNG COUPLE ESTRANGED. MUCH DOMESTIC INFELICITY. A dcSaiuIy-dcu-rmined young matron named Isabella Hoitb. who declared that she would never i;v» with her husband again, appeared at tbc Richmond Police Court on Wednesday tp prosecute her spouse, Victor Heath, for havi-ag l-H bis two children, Violet Myrtlu li»:£ith and Xormaii Edmoud Heath, without means of support. 3Ir. L'Estrauge appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Levy tor the defendant. Messrs. Stead and Burgess occupied the Bench. The young wife—she looked quite a girl— told the court a TALE OF TRIBULATIONS. She declared that she could not lire with her husband owing to lus brutal treatment of her. He had been iu the habit of knock ing her about. f He bad promised to pro vide a home for her, but. had failed to do so satisfactorily.. When she went to the house it was in darkness.' She bad been married for two years, and her husband had never expressed, the slightest-desire to see bte youngest child.' Mr. L'Estrange: Did be ever ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

"FEEL FIT FOR WORK." i Sir.—"I liavi* jusl had 22 t«etb fxtraot-nl ! without the slightest, pain. ami now iool lit j for work. Am sure . I will hci:»'lil jjreatlv by ili'-ir removal from the tmnovinv' ! I. Coungrs. Mount Bryan. 1-12 U. £6 b- i Set of splendid Artificial Teetb. now £3 > i .'all to-morrow. W. E. THOMAS, fig KL12A,- I BETH ST., opp. EquitabU Bldg. ' Uric Acid Causes Dangerous, Torturing Troubles When the Kidneys are Sick. There is no more serious danger to health than the presence of too mach uric acid in the body. If uric acid troubles are recog nised in the beginning, it is easy to cure the weakened kidneys with Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, and when the kidneys are working right ftgain, the uric acid will be driven off as fast as it gathers in the urine. The pains from uric acid attacks are characteristic : backache, sciatica, muscular or articular rheuma tism, neuralgia, lumbago, pains through the hips and groin, headache and nervous disorders. When' sediment ap...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A TANGLED TASSY TROT. PECULIAR SUPREME COURT CASE AT HOBART. Tote Pays on One Horse—Another Horse Gets the Stake. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

A TANGLED TASSY TROT. PECULIAR SUPREME COURT CASE AT HOBAST. Tote Pays on One Horse—Another Horse Gets the Stake. (From ''Truth's*' Tasmanian Correspondent.) I remarkable j-aoiii-j ea^e, illustrating what \ ajjjir-ar*vi to he u pieo*- of bungling on the j part of tbe Southern Sports Co., Ltd.. was brought before th- Hobart .Supreme Court ' Inst wee-!;. It appeared, from the evidence. ;hat a horse named Dick won a trot at >*orth« | ill Park, with Little Golfer second. The I jt:ji''n<ijari«",s imm».-diutoly afterwards d-^- J qualitiod D:ek, who had du]v been placed ! :irst- by the judge, and tbe totalisator paid j first monev to tbe backers of Little Goiter, j More than u week afterwards, a full meet- i ing of stewards decided not to uphold tbe disqualification wado br the stipendiaries. 1'onseyuently they olaced I>ick as tlrst in the race, awarding li-.s owner first. money, though lis backers on the totalizator bad been naid .jothmi*. and though tbe backers of J.ittl...

Publication Title: Truth
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Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
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