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CHELTENHAM RACES SATURDAY. PLACED HORSES AND DIVIDENDS. MOUNT EBA HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 February 1930

CHELTENHAM RACES, SATURDAY. I I ? ' PLACED HORSES AND DIVIDENDS. I ? j MOUNT EBA HURbLE RACE. Adon, £3 12/,, 1; Gunstani, 2; ( Meum el Tuum, 3. | . STEEPLECHASERS' FLAT. | Hungarian, £12 8 J, 1; Barrier Gold, I 18/, 2; Chateau Boy, 3. WILG5NA TWO-YEAR-OLD. -Newgate. £1 17/, 1; Kidston, £3 19 /, 2; Tophand, 3. BUNGAREE CUP. Lina Magne. £6 13/, 1; Borneo, £4 61, 2; Some Quality, 3. I BENSON WELTER. I Bachelor' Green. £10 6/, 1; Maori i Star, 17/, 2; Royal Lass, 3. , KIDMAN STAKES. Rou Miki, £1 16 j, 1;. Oberon, £3 4/, 2; Cavellina,. 3.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 February 1930

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 February 1930

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 February 1930

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NIGHT RAID'S BUYER. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 February 1930

NIGHT RAID'S BUYER. - The Ayr trainer, flfrr. J. McGuigan, who visited Australia some time ago, is greatly elated at the stud success of Night Raid. He says it hais given him quite a boom, and, in a letter to a Sydney friend, Mr. J. Dowling, said the statement that he was acting for Peter Keith when he bought' Night Raid in 1920 was not quite correct. He bought Night Raid on his own behalf and resold him to Keith. The latter, however, must have greatly fancied Night Raid when he pur chased him from Mr. McGuigan. The Ayr trainer makes the follow ing reference to Strephon. 'Mr. S. Barling, trainer of Stre phon. asked me to have a look at that horse, and I saw him early in Decem ber. He is quite a nice animal with fine legs, and he has the manners of a gentleman. He does not carry any lumber, and he should be fasy to train. . 'Mr. Darling has a pretty good hoise in hvs stable called Poor Man, and he will be able to try Strephon. Poor Man is owned by Major Dixon, a North of Ireland spor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 February 1930

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 February 1930

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LUCK OF YEARLING BUYING. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 February 1930

1 LUCK OF YEARLING BUYING. In a recent issue of 'The Sport' it was mentioned that of the 18 vear lings sold in England for 6,000 guin neas or over in 1928, only one won as a two-year-old. Buyers of high-priced lots in America m 1928 had a somewhat ' inilar pxp^ri^fp. Twnt' fwo disposed of at prices ranging from £15,000 down to 'in.- , cost was 449.600 dollars (£89,920). md between them they won six races of a total value of £1,370. The winners did not include three »oIts respectively sold for £15,000, £13,000, and £5,400. ;

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AMATEUR CLUB AT CHELTENHAM Heat Wave Affects Attendance CHIEF EVENT TO UNA MAGNE Hungarian Pays Good Dividend NEWGATE AND ROU MIKI WIN [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 February 1930

AMATEUR CLUB AT CHELTENHAM Heat Wave Affects Attendance ~ CHIEF , EVENT TO UNA MAGNE Hungarian Pays Good Dividend NEWGATE AND R0U MIKI WIN . . The Amateur Turf Club were unfortunate that the heat .wave was still raging and kept large numbers away from their meeting. Lina Magne scored a most popular victory in the Bungaree Cup, leading all the way. Hungarian was overlooked by backers in the Steeplechasers' Flat. Newgate and Rou Miki were tw« hot . favorites to win. It is .a set-back, to any clulb to re ceive aT poor attendance for their ' meetings. Tatte^salls last Saturday week; and the Amateur Turf Club last Saturday, had this experience. The Amateur Club is a very popu lar one, and usually receives good all-j ? round support, but the weather con-i ditions on Saturday last were such; that they could not expect people to : venture out in the heat.. It was in deed a small crowd for a metropoli tan meeting, and to see the tote figures drop down to below £10,000 . makes the outlook for...

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KING INGODA TO RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 February 1930

K4NG 4NGODA TO RACE. King Ingoda, who Won the Mel bourne Cup in 1922, and, as a four year-old captured the Williamstown and Adelaide Cups, is to be given an other trial on the turf, after a few seasons at the stud. The Comedy King, horse was one of the best sjtay ers in Australia when in his prime, and it will be interesting to. see hpw he shapes in this trial at a late age. He is 'rising 12 years. King Ingoda, who won the Melbourne Cup; in the colors of Messrs. C. L. J. Dubois and the late R. W. Bennett, K.C., was taken in hand this week by J. Howard at Victoria Park (S.A.). He will not be the only veteran in that mentor's stable, for Pistol Grip, whom he recently secured at the sale of the late Mr. M. Rasheed's horses, will .be ten years in August. At that sale Howard also bought Lakhnao for a mere song, and he has won races with both of his purchases. Another mem ber of his team is the promising two vear-old Happy Dream and Santa Lucia. A few seasons ago Howard had a good innings...

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THIRTY-EIGHT YEARS' SERVICE POPULAR CLUB COMMITTEEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 February 1930

THIRTY-EIGHT YEARS' SERVICE POPULAR CLUB COMMITTEE MAN. The chairman of the Gawler Jockey Club (Mr. Jack Mortimer) has been a committeeman of that club for about 38 years. He became associated with the Gawler club at an early age, and he has the longest period of service of any sitting com mitteeman in the Adelaide metropoli tan area. For some years Mr. Morti imer was treasurer of the club, and for the last eight or nine years he has | been chairman. Much of the suc jcess of the Lower North club's acti vities ,is due_ to his ability, foresight and keenness ..At the annual meet ing of the club, a few days ago he was re-elected chairman, but an even greater honor was bestowed upon him last year when he was made an honorary life member of the Evan ston body. Many years' ago Mi;. .Mortimer raced a number, of .horses* including^ Felicita and Lord, Staffa. Felieita won a Gawler Cud.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 February 1930

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 February 1930

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 February 1930

ARTHUR BROWN & COMPANY (Opp. Town Hall) ST. VINCENT STREET PORT ADELAIDE HEAVY REDUCTIONS IN MENS READY TO WEAR ALL WOOL SERGE SUITS Pure Indigo Dye, Mid Grey, All Wool Melange Suits . ALL ONE PRICE - 69/6 FOR 50/ THESE SUITS ARE WELL, TAILORED, I GOOD LININGS, & EXCELLENT FITTING OUR OTHER BETTER j 1 SUITS ARE ALL RE- 1 'M/WM DUCED IN PRICE, & ||B|3 |gS ARE WELL WORTH II H I YOUR, INSPECTION ' j BROWN § REDUCED TO SO|- Suits arethe j Greatest Bargain this Month [ BROWNS - - PORT ADELAIDE |

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 February 1930

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 February 1930

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THE JUNGLE BOY. SIKI'S EVENTFUL LIFE. WINE, BEER AND WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 February 1930

THE JUNGLE BOY. SIKI S EVENTFUL LIFE. WINE, BEER AND WOMEN. 'He was known throughout civili sation as the Jungle Boy, the Singu lar Senegalese, and the Jungle Her-! cules. No man ever came out of] Africa who lived a more dramatic! lifo ho/4 O Aim AM/] A o mvic ciagJi; C11U. A lack of proper preparation and a noble purpose were the two most dreadful mistakes of his life. Our civilisation is perhaps more to blame for these mistakes than he was.' It was the Rev. A. Clayton Pow ell, negro pastor of the Abyssinian Baptist Church, in New York, who delivered the above short . funeral oration over the bullet-riddled re mains of a human figure that be longed to the earl' epics of mankind. Then seven oi Siki's Mohamme dan friends prayed to Allah in Ara bic that the assassinated fighter might have the royal reception in Paradise which they believed He deserved. Once too orten, Battling Siki, con queror of Georges Carpentier, had bounced into Hell's Kitchen to drink in everv dive where hootletr...

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EARLY TRAINING. AMERICAN TWO-YEAR-OLDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 February 1930

EARLY TRAINING. AMERICAN TWO-YEAR-OLDS. It is not unusual to hear the com plaint that in Australia we have too I much two-year-old racing, and that reduction, especially in the spring, would ultimately benefit our blood stock. j Whether that idea is correct is a.i matter of opinion. I Many two-year-olds would be allj the better for not being trained until) the autumn, but it can also be, pointed out that very few champions, have come from the ranks of those' horses not taught the rudiments of) the busines at that age. Gloaming was not raced at two years, but he \/as trained: Night march commenced his two-year-old career in October, and not only raced in the spring in his first sea son, but in the summer and autumn. His programme was the same at three years, but though that did not prevent him froni being a . high-class racehorse at four years, /similar treatment would not suit all horses. In America two-year-Old racing is j favoured much more than in Aus tralia, and owners over ther...

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RAN OFF COURSE, BUT WON! AN ERRATIC FLYER. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 February 1930

RAN OFF COpRSE, BUT WON ! AN ERRATIC FLYER. . ? In winding the. second division of the Maiden Twb-year-old at Rosehill on Saturday Lebanon put up an amazing performance. He went off the course, was. pulled up, and, com inn- nn qo'!i3ti Vio urnn Put it should be a moral to the owners of all the rest of the field. They should oe serving utility purposes. Leba non had often shown pace, but the fact that he always ran wide robbed Him of his winning chances, and people! began to distrust him. However, Booth had him fit to win, despite the loss he always suffered through his erratic ways. So in a sensitive ring, the books scented a commission, and shortened the odds from 3 to 1 to 2 to 1, many without a bet being laid. He eased finally to 5 to 2. Lebanon went straight to the front from barrier rise, and was trying to run off before the turn. Despite Bartle's efforts to keep him straight— he stood in the saddle and sawed at the bit — rLebanon went to the outer fence. It looked as if lie wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 21 February 1930

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