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HOW THE HORSES RAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

HOW THE HORSES RAN. Gunstani, which had not won aj race for a loner time, was successful! in the Hurdle ~Race. He was much! nearer the leaders than usual, and! same home full of running and won; nicely. '] Pass By put up one of his bestj r'4ces. He did all the pacing, and] was only beaten over the last bit. Had he jumped a little more' smoothly he may have won. I Wembley ran his best race for aj long time. He was back in the middle of the field early, but coming, to the l:ome turn ran up to the] leaders and looked like winning, but; faded a little at the finish. Janomagne also ran a good race. He was always prominent, and it was only over the last furlong that he weakened and just missed a place. Adon and Calnes. wliich had been] showing prominence in previous races, both ran much below form., Calnes was favourite, but it was sur prising to see two or three horses supported in preference to Adon. ? I Greenum paid a surprisingly good'] dividend in the first division of thej] Apprenti...

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A.R.C. FOUNDATION MEETING Long Programme at the Park TATIARA WINS PRINCIPAL EVENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

ARC. FOUNDATION MEETING Long Programme at die Park TATiARA WINS PRINCIPAL EVENT. It was a long programme of eight events at Victoria Park on Monday. Tatiara, whiciT has been consistent at' country fix tures and in welters, won the Foundation Handicap, and re corded his most important suc cess. Eastwyn won tlie young sters' race and paid a dividend of £46 6/. Star gat recorded his third victorv in succession when he romped home in the Welter. Anironello won the sprint event from Fruition. With a programme of eight events the Adelaide Racing Club had a big day's racing at the Park on Monday. On account of it beins e. public holi day they made the starting time for the first race 12.40, and it was not until 5.15 that the last was run- i There was a very good attendance,' arid with tha extra races the tote] figures were well up to those of last' year. The course was in splendid] order, and all the arrangements for; the big day were weJl planned .by; Mr. S. R. Heseltine, and everything w...

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THE LATEST ABOUT STREPHON. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

THE LATEST ABOUT STREPHON. : In his notes of December 10,' 'Warren Hill,' the London 'Sport- 1 ing Life's' Newmarket- correspon-' dent, makes the following reference, to Strephon:^— I In accordance with prearranged] plans, the Australian champion four year-old, btrephon, has been given every opportunity to become acclima tised. ' 'As. might be expected from an animal released from rigorous train ing, he was rather a handful when first joining the 'string, but careful treatment soon -had the desired ef fect. -When put into fairly strong work at the back-end he gave the im pression of being a high-class animal. 'Strephon is cantering with the re mainder of the string several times each week. He is progressing as well as could be wished.'

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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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HIS UNLUCKY TIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 31 January 1930

HIS UNLUCKY TIME. Few Australian trainers have had a more successful career than W. Kelso, sen., but even the best get their unlucky spells, and he is having one just now. This season he has turned out only one winner, Loquacious, in the Metro politan, and, although that would compensate for quite a lot of fail ures, the glamor has more than worn : off since. j Besides his turf ventures going [awry, W.K. has been troubled lately jjsith a repurrence of an old leg in* jury, find he has been compelled toj ? resort, to a steel frame to support the! injured limb.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 February 1930

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FOUR OF THEM By VINCENT EMS. LOOKING FOR A WIFE—THE FAIR WIDOW—A KNOCK-OUT BLOW [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 February 1930

FOUR OF THEM By VINCENT EMS. LOW FOR A WIFE— THE FJflR WIDOW— A POCK-OUT BLOW It's not, of course, a law, nor a rale, but just a sort of habit, to which conformity is expected, that -the widowers in our village of New Eden should marry again. The habit. ? I believe, harks backi to the housing question. Obvious, Is it not, that if a%bereaved widower and a bereft widow live in a house : apiece they are not helping to make the acute housing question obtuse? (Jet them together, for better or worse, and there'll be half a sove reign for the parson and a house for somebody else. There are. worse things than matrimony — but not many. ' When Mrs. Gynne — she was 'Gin' for a long time — came to New Eden, and it was discovered that she was a bona fide widow, our two widow ets, Mr. Samuel Hike and Mr. Ben jamin Blossom, unable hitherto to conform ; to the above-mentioned habit, began to comb their whiskers and be kind. That's the way in Tyhich — at New Eden — wfidowers start the courting of wi...

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TO TAKE PLACE IN CHICAGO. £20,000 INTERNATIONAL EVENT [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 February 1930

TO TAKE PLACE IN CHICAGO.. £20,000 INTERNATIONAL EVENT The £20,000 International Race, planned by the directorate of Arling ton Parkj Chicago, is expected to take place in about six months' time. On his return to America Mr. C. J. i? ltzgerald, representing Arlington Park, stated that Mr. E. Esmond (Paris), Mr. J. Wittouck (Brussels), and Col. Harold A. Wernher (Lon don), the representative owners of Hotweed, Palais Royal, and Brown Jack, had promised their coopera tion. They assured Mr. Fitzgerald that they would send their horses to Chi cago after the Ascot meeting, pro vided they were sound and fit to race. It was hoped that Trigo's brother, Athford, would also be taken to America. Signor G. de Mohtel, owner of the Italian champion, Ortello, expressed admiration for the Arlington Park venture, but did not care about send ing his horse so far away from home. When the race was first mooted Mr. John Hertz offered an additional £20,00.0 on behalf of himself ; and his wife if Invershi...

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ON THE DOWN GRADE. THE AUSTRALIAN CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 February 1930

ON THE DOWN GRADE. THE AUSTRALIAN CUP. Why does the Australian Cup. go steadily but surely down in prestige and importance? Once upon a time this race was second in importance to the Melbourne Cup only. Now it is a race for ordinary handicap pers. xnis year noc a single norse of proved w.f.a. class has been en tered. The best of the older horses are merely useful handicappers. In the bygone days, the best stayers in Australasia competed, in the 2\ miles race at Flemington. A victory enhanced the reputation of a horse! Now it does not. Of course, this is not a new devel opment. The decline in the import- j ance (and interest) of the Australian Cup began more than a quarter of a century ago. Before that, the list of starters and winners contained the names of many outstanding horses. This year over 70 horses have been entered, but there is not a horse of weight-for-age class engaged. The best of a poor lot appear to be Cim brian, In Petto, Prince Viol, Second Wind, Mondiaga, Octember,...

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CHAMPIONS FROM THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 February 1930

! CHAMPIONS FROM THE BUSH. Royal Comedian, a jumper that has shown consideral--» promise ih the Western District, is 1,0 be brought to Melbourne shortly, and will join Ron Cameron's stables. His owner, Mr; W» . Thompson has hopes that he will turn out a National horse. W. C. Bayley, of Hamilto'n, has had charge of the gelding and has ob tained good results with him. Royal Comedian is an ae-ed p-eldinc bv Comedy. King, most of whose stock show. ,a natural aptitude, .for jumping. He is & full brother to that good performer Royal Chartei. Victories over hurdles at Mount Gambier, Hamilton and Terang have been recorded by Royal Comedian. On New Year's Day he easily beat the Melbourne hurdler Polygonum ax, Terang. . 'A ? luci rv cotcii: per- j former that may be seen in Mel-! bourne soon is Viridis, winner of the] Wiarrnambool Lindsay Cup under j 9.7. ? ] Viridis is no stranger to Melbourne racegoers for he was once in E. J. Kuey's stables at Caulfield and did a little racing here...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 February 1930

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 February 1930

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FILMLAND. PARS ABOUT THE STARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 February 1930

FILMLAND. PARS ABOUT THE STARS. It was a Hollywood portrait pno '?''tographer who was the means of in * producing Myrna Loy to motion pic r tures. Discovering that she photo .graphed so, well, he introduced her to Mrs. Rudolph Valentino, who was '''about to produce 'What Price ..Beauty?' and who immediately en gaged Myrria for an important role. In Mits Loy's latest picture, which is the Warner Brothers' production ' 'The Desert Song,' she appears as a Moroccan dancing girl, and finds her self unusually well suited to the part on account of her previous experi ence us a professional stage dancer. Calotta Kins, who plays the role of Margot in the Warner Bros. 'The Desert Song' started her singing career early. Her father was a singer, and her mother a pianist, and when Carlotta was but three and one-half years old she appeared with her parents and sang before an audience of five thousand people. From over-use of her childish voice ' she lost it completely at the age of 14, and for th...

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Scobie's Best Horse. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 February 1930

S cobie's Bfest Horse. Scobie still has a very warm spot in his heart for Emir. When the name of the Wallace horse. . was mentioned Scobie paused for a. -few moments and. then added, 'Yes;;jl think Emir was the best horse I ever put a bridle on.' That is' saying a good deal when it is remembered how many really great horses have passed through the hands of Scobig, both at Ballarat and at Pytehle#. Among them were Alawa, Malst^i', Clean Sweep, Ranfurly, F. J.A1., Sweet Nell. Charles Stuart. WolaWa.' ; The Night Patrol, King Ingoda/ Bi talli, Paul Pry, La Carabine,- Thricfe, Trivalve, Hautvilliers, Sylvanite, Demas, Thrice, Two, Eleanor, Mother Goose, Dreamland, Isk, Trey and Radnor. 4 In singling Emir out from such a remarkable collection of good horses Scobie was paying him a remarkably fine tribute. 'At the time we ran him in Sydney with winkers on) aiyi he won the three weight-for-age races at the meeting,., including the Craven Plate,' he added,. 'I- do' think any horse alive wou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 February 1930

A NEW FRUIT SALAD. This' is prepared on dessert plates, allowing ? ? a plate for each guest. First put a lettuce leaf;,,,,.,, on the plate, 2nd lay a slice of fresh pineapple', upon It. Slice a banana very finely, but n^at ' -ver it and add two dried figs cut in small pieces.''' Two halves of a tinned pee.- and a little grated' ' ' nut follow, and a marawino rherry should be used to deccrats it. If whipped cream is avail- ' ' able put twn small spoonfuls on the. fruit; if '/l.ot pour over it two tablcspoonfuls of some fruft';' juice, or a syrup made with sugar and w&\tr'; t'-'' which has been added a few drops of delicati.' flavoring. . BANANA CREAM. Make £ pint of milk into custard, with one egg, l^oz. sugar and \ oz. leaf gelatine. Take...,,,). ; six bananas, and slice them finely. Add a few drops of lemon juice. Whip i pint of cream. When the custard is cold add to it the bananas and whipped cream. Whip the mixture, and pour , , it into a mould. ? ? ? ? ? ? ayiii'i

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PAUL PRY AND EMIR. TWO GREAT HORSES. RECOLLECTIONS OF PAUL PRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 February 1930

PAUL PRY AND EMIR. TWO GREAT HORSES. j RECOLLECTIONS OF PAUL PRY. A Melbourne , turf writer has been teiling the fate of a few famous racehorses after their racing days were over, and mentioned his in ability to ascertain the ultimate end of Paul Pry. His trainer, James Scobie. has cleared ud the matter. As the writer surmised, Paul1 Pry] was pensioned off at Hupertswood, j in the Sunbury district, and died; there. He was 'ouried on what is now the Sunbury Racecourse, and his grave is in the straight- near the judge's box. Some time ago the club was anxious to widen the straight, but could not do so, as that would have meant disturbing the grave of Paul Pry. To the present generation Paul Pry is but a name, but 30 years ago he was one of the best horses in Australia. He was a much -travelled one, as he, was bred in New South Wales by Mr. S. M. Pearce, and raced in at least four States of the Commonwealth. Tom. Payt&n raced him in his early days in Sydney, and did well ygith ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 February 1930

| OZONE THEATRE PORT ADELAIDE I 8 ATTRACTIONS I Saturday, Feb. 8, Monday. Feb. 10, Tuesday, Feb. 11 NILS ASTHERi and GRETA GARBO in 'A SINGLE STANDARD' MARY ASTOK » ' THE NAUGHTY DBGHESS' Wednesday, Feb. 12, Thursday, Feb. 13, Friday, Feb. 14 SIR ALAN COBHAM, K.B.E. ' THE FLIGHT COMMANDER ' KENNETH: FRAtJKMN ™ 'THE GALLOPING DUD' 'TWO IRISH EYES' Written and Composed by JACK FEWSTER (Musical Director Ozone Theatres Ltd.) and TOM KING. OZONE THEATRE SEMAPHORE ATTRACTIONS Saturday, Feb. 8, Monday, Feb. 10, Tuesday, Feb. 11 JACK HOLT and DOROTHY REVIER ' THE DONOVAN AFFAIR ' DAVEY LEE in 'SONNY BOY' Wednesday, Feb. 12, Thursday, Feb. 13, Friday, Feb. 14 WILL ROGERS » 'THEY MUST SEE PARIS ' GEORGE O'BRIEN and LOLA LANE ! 'MASKED EMOTIONS' I Semaphore, Monday, February 17 ta Friday, February 21, 'The Desert Song '' ~ 1 ~ 1 '1 ~ II ^ ^ ^ I ^ ^ J 1 jt J r. j I {~l5 ! ' ' ' ~ ' I VtAck-whprpihp Shannfln flows down to tKie | ' When I back to old Erins ^reen J J- I J- J J J I J J J j|,j ' j =...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 February 1930

WHAT DOES SPENDING Cgf ? How much does it cost you to spend £100? The answer is £100 down, and at least £4 per annum for the rest of your life. ¥et what man would knowingly spend £100 that put him under obligation* to pay £4 per year for life? None, perhaps, but many do it unconsciously when they spend money that might otherwise have earned interest at 4% indefinitely. ~ Every pound you spend has attached to it an invisible string of pennies which you spend with it. KEEP YOUR MONEY IN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT AND EARN, NOT^ SPEND, 4% INTEREST PER ANNUM loiioiMaifb Saving Bank of lustralia GUARANTEED BY THE COMMONWEALTH GOVERNMENT

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ENGLISH RETAINERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 February 1930

ENGLISH RETAINERS. I When Steve Donoghue was in his heydey, his retainer from two of the most important English stables, con-' jointly amounted to something like £10.000. and Dannv Maher h»d a re tainer of £5000 from one owner on more than one occasion. | Nowadays, however, the usual fee given to leading jockeys ranges up to £2000 for first call, with a bonus of 10 per cent, on winnings in ex ceptional cases. j

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