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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930
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CAULFIELD RACES, SATURDAY PLACES AND PRICES. HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930
CAULFIELD RACES, SATURDAY . ] ? 1 PLACES AND PRICES. I I ? i I HURDLE RACE. 1 Rafcwsol, 4/1; Lord Bounty, 5/1; Liberty Belle, 10/1. HOLIDAY STAKES. Golden Lullaby, 20/1; The Black Crow, 4/1; Chaene, 5/2. ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP, j Lucky Card. 7/2; Pendennis, 8/1; Belle Gallante, 6/1. ROWENA WELTER. Phonic, 12/1; Black Garter, ; 20/1; Salonia, 20/1. K0AKARIB3 TRIAL. Spearletie,. 25/1; Craflford, 10/1; I St. Chad, 15/1, 1 TCORONGA HANDICAP, j Lucie Manette, 7/2; Kinn of Revelry, I 25/1; Star., Warden, 671. I (
LAUGH AND THE LAUGHS WITH WORLD YOU MORE HORSEY PAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930
LAUGH AND IDE WORLD i , LAUGHS WITH YOU ? | MORE HORSEY PAP. ) If your wife gets cross . . . . ^ ? Make .Haste What becomes furious at anything ? Scarlet ? ? ?? Abull Seen in the old bow and arrow ? days ? ? ? ? ? . . _ Kino's Archer One of Mr. Webb's engines Mountain Type Often seen on farms ? Golden Hay A newer ? ? iris Small rifle . . . ? ? Littje Gun Not nice ts eat . . .. .. .. -? Green Apple A color and a notice . . .... . . Green Sign 'Girls have one through using powder ? ? ? ? White Nose One jwha designs ? Designer Some girls have double thfeir share , 'A placs to keep out of ? Yatala This place is on the lawn ? Love Patch | .A well-known king ? Baccha Sakao A well-known aviator ? Lindbergn Always seen cn ^fences ? Newgate; A land mark in Australia ? Cape Doni A kind of treacle . . . . ? ? Glucose important at weddings . . ? Bestmanj Why is young poultry feed for Xmas . Kiltenderj -Sung by a singer - - .. ; . . . . . Comic Song - 'A nice horse with a girl's name ..'Joan Hat...
BOTH SIDES OF THE FENCE [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930
BOTH SIDES* OF THE FENCE (By 'THE MAN ON TOP') It must be nearly time our dic tionaries were brought up to date. The other day an Adelaide Stipen diary Magistrate was hearing a case when a witness said that he had met a bloke. When the magistrate asked him what he meant by a blake, the witness said he referred to a cobber. That was too much for the S.M., who told him to speak English or for ever hold his peace. I am not sure that 1 agree entirely with the S.M. Cer tainly bloke does not appear in my dictionary, but then it is fully 20 years old, and blokes have been dis covered only in recent years. Cob bers are also comparatively new ar rivals. as also are snoodgers and coves. Coots are even newer. In my opinion every S.M. and J.P. should take a course of slang. How otherwise could they appreciate the fine points of a statement by a typi cal witness describing for their benefit, say, a fight between a con stable and a man who ought to know better? 'It's like thus, y'r Washup,' he mi...
THE HANGING SWORD. (Continued from last week.) [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930
THE HANGING SWORD. By EDMUND SNELL. (Continued from last week.) have to take hold of the handle and] pull it towards you — -like Ayris did.' j We went back to his drink. | 'Follitt leaned against the wall and folded his arms. ' I know an easier wav than that.' he retorted calmly. The other looked up sharply. ' You do. do you?' I'd like to see it.' Follitt had unearthed his pipe ana was filling it .from a pouch, gazing through half closed eyes at a garden bather in moonlight, the garden i through which Karl Roeschen had al ways come with his endless gadgets.! He had never realised ,untU this mo ment how closely the inventor's ec centricity bordered on madness. ' It's a thousand pities, Dyson,' he drawled, 'but I'm afraid you have to alter that report^ of yours.** The man 'in the chair shifted his cigar to the other side of his mouth. ' I'm waiting to see that thing fall,' he retorted. ' All in good time, old son. . I£ it's all the same to you, I'd like Ayris aver here when we demonst...
CURING BROODIES IN QUICK TIME TRY THE COOP SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930
CURING BROODIES IN QUICK time. N '* TRY THE COOP SYSTEM. Sometimes it happens that hehs i-£ i good laying strain go broody, anil .he longer they are allowed to re- ' jiain in that condition the longer he period that they must be count ;d out as layers. At the beginning jf the hatching season broody hens are particularly hard to obtain he result that they are more plentfc ul now that the warni weather ii iere. It has been proven tuau \ moodiness can be reduced, and if ?hecked in time in laying hens they vill immediately return to the busi | less of turning out eggs. On all I .veil-conducted establishments every I -en is fitted up with a coop for the :uring of broodies. If the birds are :aught on the first signs of broodi less and put into this coop, it is - ound that within a few days they ] .how a desire to get back to work. I If they are allowed to sit in nest boxes for a day or two the broody 'ever develops, and it may take ] several weeks before they get back i :o business. In th...
HORSE BY UNKNOWN SIRE WON, BIG RACE AT AINTREE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930
HORSE BY UNKNOWN SIRE WON, BIG RACE AT AINTREE. . ? ? : ) It is unusual in England for an important winner to be by an un known sire, but that is the position of Shaun Goilin, winner of the Grand Sefton Steeplechase of £1255, at Liverpool. | He is described as oelng by an unknown sire, and out of Golden Day (by Golden Measure). It is not suggested it is so, with I Shaun Goilin; but in Australia it has j occasionally been inadvisable to give jthe sire of some horse that has shown (galloping ability. Studmasters have ,410^ known all the mares with which their stallions have been mated. | The Grand Sefton is run over two [miles seven and a half furlongs on the Liverpool Grand National course and Shaun Goilin, who won easily from a laro-*; field, did distance in minutes 8 seconds. The record for the V.R.C. Grand National (3 miles 1 furlong) is Sandhurst's 6.82, i but Flemington is much faster, and ,not as stiff as Aintree. 1
THE RIDING OUT RULE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930
JTHE RIDING OUT RULE. Now that the totaiisator is in use in England and the machine is paying dividends on the three placed horses, there has been an outcry regarding thepractice of jockeys easting their mounts at the end of races when they find they cannot win, and thus miss a place. The practice, wwhich has been common for many years, is, it is contended, unfair' to backers, and it, mustbe admitted there is a good deal j to be said in lavor of the riding out! rule. Nobody wants a reversion to the old riding out rule, when jockeys j mere expected to get the last ounce! out of their mounts by the merciless, use of whip and spur.. That often resulted in the complete ruin of good horses, who, not l»e:ng thoroughly fit, were ridden out to the bitter end. That was sheer brutality, and there was general, approval 'when that rule was dropped from the, code. Still, there is no reason why horses who, although they have no possible chance of winning outright, should not be ridden with hands ...
HOW THEY RAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930
1 HOW THEY RAN. I I Glenside won the Trial Stakes. Hej began smartly, and after Cavellina [made the early pacing he ran to the! | front before coming to the home | turn, and went on to win in good Istyle. I Dunmanway moved away slowly -from the barrier and was last early, out putting m a great run he came through the field and finished a good second. Marcolator jumped away well, but lost her position and dropped back into the middle of the field. She moved up at the far turn and run ning on well took third money. Dream Laddie ran a good race. He was about seventh or eighth for the1 first half of the journey, but came' home well and finished next to the placegetters. Aidous was made fav orite, but although she had every cliance she failed to come on at the finish. Hirundo finished well up after being a Jong way back. Our Gem was quietly fancied, , but was never dangerous, and Mintaro never showed up. Cavellina dropped right out after doing, the early pacing, ana Two Stroke ran 'much ...
POOR FIELDS AT GAWLER Racing Proves Interesting SPANG WINS SUMMER HANDICAP DOUR SAINT PROMISING HURDLER: AURIE ANTON'S SPRINT [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930
POOR FIELDS AT GAWLER A ' . Racing Proves Interesting SPANG WINS SUMMER HANDICAP DOUR SAINT PROMISING HURDLER: AURIE ANTON'S SPRINT Fields were pool* at the Gawler Summer Meeting last Saturday, but the racing proved interesting, and some close contests -were 'wit nessed. The weather was not all that one could desire as the wind brought some dust over the course from the back roads. How ever, the attendance was satisfactory, and although the Tote figures fell off considerably, this was caused through small and poor quality fields. Dour Saint, a Broken Hill performer, spread-eagled the field in the Hurdle Race. Spang again proved the master of Salt Petrel and defeated him in the principal event. Thracian Queen had an easy victory ifc the Welter, and Aurie Anton won the Sprint event. 'It is many a long day since such poor acceptances were seen for a Gawler ' Meeting as those which were taken for last Saturday. To make matters worse, several horses which would have been well sup ported ...
GAWLER RACES. PLACED HORSES AND DIVIDENDS. TRIAL STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930
GAWLER RACES. 1 | PLACED HORSES AND DIVIDENDS, j TRIAL STAKES. Glenside, £6 3/, 1; Dunmanway, I £2 19/, 2; Marcolator, 5. HURDLE RACE. Dp.ur rSai^i, . £2 18/, 1; Olina, 17/, ' 2; Joyleen, '3. HANDICAP. Spang, £.6 10/, 1; Salt Petrel, 2; i Margate, 3. JUMPERS' FLAT. ' Miss Constance, £4 16/, 1; Miss Marimba,' £1 16/, 2; War Flag, 3. WELTER. Thracian Qusen, £1 X5/, '1; State Tax, £5 9/, 2; Anton Star, 3. FLYING HANDICAP. Aurie Anton, £2 18/, 1; Steel Gui tar, £1 5/, 2; Flying Two, 3. 1 i
WILMINGTON PICNIC RACES. DOUBLE TO MOLLY PISTOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 24 January 1930
WILMINGTON PICNIC RACES. -DOUBLE TO MOLLY PISTOL ! The round of Northern Picnic Meetings ^'continued when the Wil mington Club held their meeting on Saturday last. It was a very pleas ant afternoon's sport, and was well attended, all the notable sportsmen for many miles around were present. The club received generous support, from local sportsmen, many of whom' presented trophies for the occasion. ! Amonest the donors were Messrs. H. Farrell, T. S. Dunn. L. H. Wright, -T. Hannagan, H. Scarlett, and S. George. The meeting took place on' nro'«rty kindly lent for the occasion by Mr. B. J. Litchfield- i The proceeds were in aid of the Wilmington Soldiers' Memorial Hall, and that fund should benefit to a fair extent. Great praise is due to those who worked hard to make the ar rangements for the meeting, and helped to ' carry it out. | The President (Mr. John Hanna gan) and the Secretary (Mr. W. J. McDonald) are worthy of special mention. ; Fields were not large, but in all ] cases good c...
AMOUNIS' PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930
AMOUNIS' PROGRAMME. F. McGrath intends leaving for) Melbourne with Amounis about thej first week in February. The Magpie' gelding is in great heart at Rand wick, and as he has always come to hand remarkably quickly, he should be ready to do his best when he ar rives there. His first engagement taiay be the C. F. Orr Stakes, of a mile, at the Wilhamstown meeting on February 1 8, a week prior to the opening of the V.A.T.C. Autmun meeting. J. Pike was recently offered the 1 riding of Amounis in his Melbourne engagements, but could not straight- ' way accept owing tt, the- fact that : he had been engaged for Greenline. in some races. i1 Failing Pifcf, W. Cook would have' been on Amounis. However, Pike : expressed his willingness to ride Amounis in everything but the Caul-' field Futurity, and as that suited the owner and trainer of that horse, his engagement is definite. I Apart from the Futurity the only race in whicfr Amounis aud Green-1 I line are likely to clash is the C. M. Lloyd S...
WHEN THE HEN LAYS SMALL EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930
|WIEN THE HEN LAYS SMALL I EGGS. : , r^That the hen that lays late in the 'i':; 'WY: us?ally lays a small egg is the : jjj&Ticlusion of Mr. C. Ludwig, a Southern expert. Writing to a poul /. ' ^y journal, he says: — 'I. have been' Single-testing for a number of years, JjSfad find that a hen that lays a big Sequence starts by laying, early in ??? 0e -lay, and then laying a little later; each day until she misses a day and then starts lavinp earlv am in T l?ve °ften weighed, eggs from this glass of layer and find no difference «n size of egg, whether laid early or late, provided, of course, that it is laid by the same hen. My experi ence proves that some of the best al : jvays lay large eggs while others always lay small ones. It is entirely different with the moderate layer, £ay, a hen that lays from 12 to 16 eggs a month. Such often lay larger Bggs than the average, and while laying a sequence, lay about the same hour of the day, usually be tween 9 and 11 a.m. As about two l...
WHEN ARE EGGS FERTILE ? [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930
§WHEN ARE EGGS FERTILE ? ?r In the seventh annual report of -the Animal Breeding Research De- j 'partment of Edinburgh University, 3an interesting experiment by Dr. F. ?A. E. Crew, the director, is men tioned. He wanted to obtain infor-i %iation concerning the time of onset 4-f fertility after the introduction of ihe male to the pen and the duration 'T-f fertility after his removal. It iVvas found that fertile eggs are to be ^expected within 24 to 48 hours after1, -the introduction of the male, and f-that the length of life of the sperm J fithin the body of the hen is about, _ 5 to 20 days, though in exceptional ! aeases it may be greater. If after! Jihe removal of the male a iecoml ? 'male' is introduced the influence of -±he first sire is extinguished by the, , seventh to the tenth day. ' 5' '
THE AUTUMN RACING. SOUP AUSTRALIA'S STRONG HAND IN STAYERS. NEW SOUTH WALES STRONG WITH SPRINTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930
AUTUMN RACING. SOUTH AUSTRALIA'S STRONG ^ HAND IN STAYERS. j NEW, SOOTH WALES STRONG -. * WITH SPRINTERS. * At a glance It looks as If the Oak ? leigh ? ; Plate, Newmarket Handicap and ^Australian Cup this year 'will at tract a 1 big representation of inter . -state horses'. The stayers, it seems, will most likely be South Australian candidates, while New South Wales will ^supply the spr?nters. And in cluded among the nominations are iomfe of the. fastest from that iState ! / --^Gi'eenline, Cleave, Figure, Hold f ? .A' ? . ? 'v.; ? ? . i.vauiuiu&} tu mtniion sl lew., K.Tfc^' Adelaide candidates for the Austrattan Gup, Some Quality, Mary Spa, Kidaides, Nadean, and Scutum, are solid stayers. Atreajdjr some cf ' the northern re-i presefitatives are 'on the scene. ! AJleave arrived 'with the Queensland sprinter Wise Force a few days ago,.' and 'Greenline and Amounts are also In Melbourne. Sosfar none of the' Adelaide contingent has put in an appearance. Twelve months ago a perce...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930
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