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NEWMARKET AND CUP DISCUSSIONS Melbourne, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931
NEWMAKKET AND COP DISCUB8IONS Melbourne. February 20. There was some discussion about the Newmarket HsmUcup and Australian Cup to-day, but It was mostly In a double con nection. Since his sooaess at WlUlams town. WateiUne has been freely mentioned for tie Important sprint race at Flemlnston and to-day he was coupled with Prince Don. rnj.ii.. .^^ Lamtara. Other doubles men tioned were Holdfast with Prince Don. El Bey. and Lady KsntrtU Walvtn and Uqula Cry. and *Izst Arrow with Lampra. There has been no alteration in the rela tive positions of candidate, for the New market and Australian Cup, and^both parties to the discussions are evidently adopting a waiting policy until the form Is disclowd at CanwTeM to-day.
WOODEND ACCEPTANCES Run on Tuesday TRIAL HURDLE RACE Two miles 105 yards [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931
WOODEND ACCEPTANCES Bun on Tuesday ? TRIAL HURDLE RACE Two miles 105 yards st. lb. at. lb. Phllar .. .. 10 7 More Noise . 9 6 Truslock .. .. 10 6 No Favors . .. S 6 Betoyan .. .. 10 4 Baleratus . .. » J Bangkok .. .. 10 ZLanary .... 9 0 iwn.rW.1 ? .. BUBolo Flight .90 Lady Alnwlck » 11 Nocra ? 9 0 Bed Blade .. 9 7 Voco 1 ? 9 0 WELTER PLATE 81x furlongs Attraction .. OlOMelanle .... 8 2 Crowdel .. .. 9 4 Spear Lily ..3 0 Top of. the Royal Baven .80 Uom .. .. 9 3Blshap ....SO Pecunla .. ..' ? 0 Barrtand . .. 7 11 C^ronga .. .. S 10 Celtic Cross . 7 10 Footsao .. .. 8 10 County Clare 7 1 Disney .. .. S 10 Invlctus ... 7 10 Bou Mllti . .. 8 7 Flying Oorn . 7 8 Bazrat .. .. * 7 Conergs .... 7 7 Brockwood .. ? epalgravcs ... 7 7 Piiquln ..... S « SadMMope . .. 7 7 HADsKftUI PHefunonga First DlvWon Gipsy Fata. .. 8 » Lady Casnmore 7 - Amourlsto ... so BpefwiMt . .. 7 5 Sultan* Tor . 7 10 Wonlnga .... 7 S Etalon .. .... T ? piping ^lald ..7 0 Sickle Lass .. J ? CUMs Star Inflrmede . .. T 8 ...
ADELAIDE HORSES AT CAULFIELD OUTING FOR NEWMARKET CANDIDATES [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931
ADELAIDE HORSES AT CAULFIELD OUTING FOR NEWMARKET CANDIDATES By 'GAMBIEK' MucH interest will centre In the per formances at Caulneld to-day of the horses engaged in the Newmarket Han dicap, to be run next Saturday, down the 'straight six' at Flemington. That race promises to be one of the best on. record, as most of Australia's pro minent sprinters are still engaged in it. Most of these will be p»duced in the Hawksbum Handicap totday, and victory will not entail a penalty. Nei ther wilT there be any extra weight in the Australian Cup for the winner of the Woodcliff Handicap. Pbar Lap will appear again to-day, and he Is likely to win the Futurity Stakes, even though he has not scored over less than a mile since he was a wo-year-old. Although he will be opposed by Greenliiie, Mystic Peak. Waterline, and others, he . will pro bably start at odds-on, and few people are likely to support any of the can didates to defeat the champion. Adelaide will be represented by a number of horses to-...
TURF STATISTICS BUTLER AND SLATTERY ON TOP [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931
TURF STATISTICS BTJTLEB AMD SLATTEBY ON TOP H. Butler and P. Slattery are stnl leading among the balsas and Jocktys respectively tn the metropoUtaa area this season. Wtth 10 wins, six seconds, and eight thirds. Butler baa only one win more than X. Beid. P. Slattery Is still foremost among the Jockeys, and his nearest rival la B. MM nurst. who haa won 12 races, or one few-r than Slattery. O. Oakey Is the most suc cessful anprenUtce. wtth firs flats, sine seconds and six thirds. tr^lHiT.g trainers and Jockeys In the city area since the beginning of the season are-— ? ? TRAINERS 1st and *rd H. Butler ? U e 8 I. Held ? t 8 8 J. Hanford ? «. S 2 7 H. B. Gregory ? 6 9 S R. Campbell ? 6 1 4 W HOmann ? .... 3 4 2 F. W. Marcus ? 4 4 1 S. Evans ? 4 3 4 A. WUllams ? 4 .2 2 C. A. Northway ? 4 1 6 J. M. dimming! ? 4 0 3 B. Mateon ? ..3 3 S W. N. Brodle ? 3 3 3 A. B. Gillies ? .3 3 2 J.'McKlnnon ? -.. 3 2 2 K. F. Lunn ? ' ..321 Mrs. F. p. chapman .... 3 2 0 A. J. Scott .. .'. .. .. 3 *} 3 J. J. D...
MODERN BEAUTY CULTURE SCIENTIFIC BASIS ESSENTIAL [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931
MODERN BEAUTY CULTURE SCIENTIFIC BASIS ESSENTIAL It is not so long since it was con sidered Immoral for a woman to rouge her face, ana rice powder was regar ded almost as etenuy. Those days have gone. Everybody makes up more or less now, but tbe lucky ones are those who have so pre served their complexions that this is only an aid to nature. Two Ameri can cosmeticians visited Australia re cently, and for a while their salon had a vogue among society women. The women soon realised however, that the beauty they gave them was wholly arti ficial, when they wiped off tbe make-up at night they wiped off their complexions. SObs lilian McKay, tba Melbourne beauty spedaustTwho is spending a week in Adelaide, pointed out yester M»t -''«w McKay day that the American beauty specialist as a rule relied more on building up from within. -1 learned un der two Bolly wood medalists,' she said. 'One of my first tasks was building up tbe contours of a clay mask and practically re modelling the lines In...
INDUSTRIAL PEACE Wanted in Britain LONDON, February 19. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931
INDUSTRIAL PEACE Wanted b Britain LONDON. Ftebmarv 19. Messrs. MacDonald, Snowden, and other members of tbe Cabinet to-day met representatives of the National Confederation of Employers, and dis cussed tbe possibility of tbe employers and workers taking action to maintain good relations, with a view to get ting through tbe present depression without industrial conflicts. The employers stated that no words from tbe Government could deepen their impression of tbe gravity of tbe economic situation. The Government subsequently met tbe representatives of tbe T.TJ.C. with a Kimiiftf request.
WEATHER MAP [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931
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