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3LO—371 Metres [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

3LO— 371 Metres 7.30— Popular operatic programme. 830 — Light popular music 8.45— Band. 9.45 — Herbert Sanderson. 10 — Weather data. 10.3— Orchestra. 11— Close.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
INTER-STATE FORECASTS Issued Thursday, October 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

INTER-STATE FORECASTS Issued Thursday, October 1 Western Australia. — Data Incomplete. Cloudy wltb further showers In soutb trest, contracting to coastal districts, otherwise fine. Oool south-west to south east winds. Queensland. — Cloudy with isolated showers on coast, otherwise fine. South east to east winds. New South Wale*. — Generally fine and warmer. Northerly winds chiefly. Victoria. — Fine with warmer day tem peratures. Northerly winds, freshening later, with cloud Increasing later from Tasmania. — Cloudy with some further shower* In north, becoming more general later. Fresh to strong north to west winds.

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LICENSED VICTUALLER FINED [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

LICENSED VICTUALLER FINED Albert Morris, licensed victualler, was fined £5 with £4 13/ costs, by Mr. E. M. S3bine. P.M.. in the Adelaide Police Court yesterday. He had denied haying at the Laira ceston Hotel. Adelaide, on September 3, supplied liquor in prohibited hours. On a charge of having assaulted Police-Instructor Grlmshaw in the exe cution of his durv a conviction with out penalty was recorded. Mr. A. L. Pickering, of the Crown I»aw Office, prosecuted, and Mr. c. Townsend Gun appeared for Morris.

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SHADE TEMPERATURES IN CAPITAL CITIES Thursday, October 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

SHADE TEMPBSATrrs.ES IN CAPITAL crrns Thursday. October I Mln. Max. Ade-aide ? 443 724 Perth ? 55 64 Brisbane ? «, 72 Canberra ? 30 ? Sydney ? 45 6g Melbourne ? 44 69 Hobart ? « 65

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OBTAINED £2 FROM GIRL [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

OBTAINED £2 FROM GIRL John McMonies, alias Robert Na varre, of the 'Navarro Royal Revue Company' was sent to prison for six months by Mr. E. M. Sabine, Pit. in the Adelaide Police Court yesterday for having obtained £2 from Eileen Davidson on September 15 by falsely pretending that he required the money to pay for an evening frock ordered from Foy & Gibson's on her behalf He elected to be tried summarily, and pleaded not guilty. Miss Davidson told the court that she and two other girls had been selected on August 19 by McMonies, who was introduced as 'Robert Na varro,' after tests at Weber and Saortftoseis physical culture school as members of a revue company to tour Broken HiU. Port Pirie, and the West Coast, being absent from Adelaide about six months. They were mea sured for costumes at Foy & Gibson's and attended rehearsals at the Aus tralia Halt She paid him 3/6 for a contract, and 10/6 for insurance. On September 14 she mentioned to fr''i that she would need an...

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WEDDINGS HAMPTON—COLEBATCH [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

WEDDINGS HAMPTON—COLEBATCH At the Methodist Church, Echunga, on Saturday, September 26, the marriage was celebrated of Edith, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A N. Colebatch     and Clement H., elder son of Mr. and the late Mrs. AH. Hampton, of Biggs Flat. The Rev. J. C. Hughes officiated, and Mr. W. Lowe was organist. The church was deco rated in pink and white camelias by friends of the bride. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore ivory georgette, with full flared ankle length skirt, fitting bodice, bo.ero front, and long sleeves, trimmed with pin tucks. The bridal veil was held in place witb a spray of orange blossom. White satin shoes with diamente bow in front were worn. The bride carried a shower bouquet of white sweet peas, pale pink camelias, and rose buds tied with pale pink and blue rib bons. She was attended by Miss Mavis Colebatch (sister of the bride), who wore pale blue flora: crepe-de-chine, with georg ette cape and frills on hips ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

Continued horn Page 3 public nonvhs ESTATE- OF ALW1X JOHN FEBDlXASlt XRIELE. otaerwSse Ab»13E JOHS FEB DI-'A-\D TUiilfc. late of Faraurnsaeet, Pros pect, I'aia'.tr, DeceJ&t---i- All PtiiiU-SS uaJ. oidEBS having CLAIMS AiGAJXST the zbuvenamed Uecejuffil are re quested to fOKWAJUl i'AKi.ccLABte thereof in rating to ihe undersigned forthwith. Dated ibis 3-fJh day of September, laSl. MARi* Ji.SE TrlltLE, Execua-ix. Tenant-street, Prospect. I I 5I BAntttV «£ UMiTED, formtrly F. & B. Buitati CO, US. J KOIICE OF CHANGE OF SAME. I BOTICK is hereby given that P. & B. BAT TERY CO., LID, aas with toe sanction of a fipeciil Resolution of the Company, and with my approval, certified by me under my hand and nattered by me changed iu njme to P. & B. BAiitiY CO., LUUZKD. 'Dated the lit day 01 October, one »*'Tr- ^ sine lumdred and ibirty-one. A. G. H. BK1SKHAM. Kejintrar of Companies. JW1LL NOT be RESPONSIBLE for any DEBTS Contracted in my .\une from this date »itho—...

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Army Boxing and Wrestling Championships [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

Army Boxing and Wrestling Championships Contests in the second round of the army boxing and wrestling championships   were continued at Keswick Barracks last night. Results:—                   Boxing Bantam weight.—Cadet R. C. M. McNicholl, 8.7 defeated Private M. G. Carter in the first round. Middleweight.—Driver R. V. Mossup (113th Battery), 10.11, defeated Sergeant A. S. L. Holmes (10-59th Battalion). 11.6, on points. Featherweight.—Private F. M. J. Cock               (43-48th Battalion), 9.0, defeated Sergeant C. C. Jones (27th Battalion), 8.10, in the first round.                       Lightweight—Sapper R. McGuffey (Eng...

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TURF TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

TURF TOPICS The special horse and passenger train   for the Tailem Bend races tomorrow will leave Adelaide at 9.13 a.m., and arrive at the racecourse at 12.41 p.m. On the re- turn it will leave the racecourse at 5.15 p.m., and reach Adelaide at 9.12 p.m. The   return fare is 10/7. Phar Lap's Engagements Before leaving Melbourne for Sydney this week. Mr. D. J. Davis, part-owner of Phar Lap, said that he expected to be able to make an announcement of his intentions regarding the cups after the Randwick meeting on Saturday. "The future," he explained, "does not depend only on the Derby form of the three-year-olds, which may be racing against out horse in the Melbourne Cup. We have to consider whether he can give a horse like Vigne 48 lb. in the Caulfleld Cup, and in the went of his winning this whether his extra penalty would not kill any chance he had of taking the Melbourne Cup." Phar Lap is handicapped at 10 st. 11 lb. in the Caulfield Cup. If he succeeded ...

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RANDWICK GALLOPS Finals for Epsom and Derby Sydney, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

RANDWICE GALLOPS Finals for Epsom and Derby Sydney. October 1.     Final gallops for the nest day of the A.J.C. meeting took place at Randwick this morning. Weather conditions were ideal, but the heavy rain on Wednesday rendered the going holding. Honors of the morning went to the Derby favorite, Ammon Ra, ridden by McCarten. He beat Chief Joy by 10 lengths and registered the excellent time of 1 min. 14½ sec. for six furlongs. Chide (W. Cook) was never better, and, although he ran a mile in the smart time of 1 min. 45 sec. could have done better. Sunlover occupied 1 min. 34 sec for seven, and Senator beat Jolly Wonga at the end of a like trip in 1 min. 31 sec. Jocoon ran six in 1 min. 22 sec., and Sun Eagle took his time for seven in 1 min. 37 sec., running the last five in 1 min. 7 sec. Talkie, Loquacious, and Flin- ders were together for seven in 1 min. 32 sec, and Night Porter and Lapthorne spurted half a mile in 53 sec. Magnetic reeled off four in 51½ s...

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ON THE TRACKS VICTORIA PARK [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

ON THE TRACKS VICTORIA PABK All tracks were in use on Thursday morning at Victoria Park. On the course proper the hurdles were out 15 yards, and the going was good. By running a mile in 1.48½ Goldsome did best of the morning. She defeated her stable mates, Ethicall   and Bachelor Green. The gallops recorded were:—   On the Grass Three furlongs— Hematite, 38; Elfin Prince, 42¾. Four furlongs — Malfey and Hindoo Pistol, 50¾. Five furlongs— Ethioberry and Frond, 1.5. Six furlongs— Bobaglass (assisted by Pressaint over the final five in 1.6), 1.21. Seven furlongs— Mendlesham, 1.41. One mile— Earldom, evens; Beautiful Barrie and Martinello, 1.49 (first four in 55); Goldsome, Ethicall, and Bachelor Green (in that order), 1.48½, the initial six in 1.20½. Nine furlongs—Cape Don, 2.4.   One and a quarter miles— Tatiara and Pezi Sana, 2.24 (initial eight in 1.54). On the Cinders Three furlongs— Jevonica, 37¼. On the Tan Two furlongs— Blatherskite, evens....

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PROGRAMME AND SELECTIONS 1.30—HANDICAP HURDLES Two miles [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

PROGRAMME AND SELECTIONS 1.30—HANDICAP HURDLES   Two miles st. lb. 5 Hungarian 10 0 7 Delphlnus 9 10 4 Monarch Lad .... 9 7 1 Kennion. .9 5   st. lb. 3 Martinello 9 4 3 King's Scribe ..9 0 2 Miss Ality 9 0 6 Tonare ..9 0 MONARCH LAD 1   HUNGARIAN 2   MISS ALITY 3   2.10st. —NOVICE rACE W.F.A. Five furlongs 12 Dusky Coon ... 8 13 16 Pelops . . 8 13 19 The Bugler 8 13 14 Dendoric . 8 11 8 My Doubt . 8 11 15 Rachel Wills .... 8 11 3 Shuja Bier 8 11 9 Sporting King 8 11     2 Star Moni- tor .... 8 11 10 Jervonica 8 9   17 Gloria Mundi ... 8 9 11 Double Error .... 8 9 7 Starshine.8 9 6 Alfzania. . 7 12 1 Chiraston . 7 12 5 Don Mahdi 7 12 18 Stormlooee . 7 12 20 Better .. 7 10 4 Malfey ... 7 10 13 Cavanton 5 13   21 Sister Simeon 5 13 STORMLOOEE 1   DON MAHDI 2   GLORIA MUNDI 3   2.45— TAILEM BEND HANDICAP One and a quarter miles 7 Dua...

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Tomorrow's Races TAILEM BEND Good Fields Expected [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

Tomorrow's Races TAILEM BEND Good Fields Expected By "GAMBIER" The absence of racing in the metropolitan area tomorrow will allow city racegoers to at- tend the annual races of the Tailem Bend club, which has made satisfactory progress in recent years. Nearly half an inch of rain was re- corded there this week, and the well- grassed track should provide splendid going for the horses. A special horse and passenger train will leave Adelaide at 9.13 ajn~. much later than usual, so that for those who do not travel by motor the tune on the journey will be much shorter than in other years. Mr. Charles Hill and his committee have all the arrangements complete. Three dividends will be paid on all races in which there are 10 or more starters, and a doubles tote will be operated on the Handicap and the Trial Stakes. Should there be 10 or more starters in the second "leg," as seems likely, two dividends will be re- turned on the doubles tote. Mr. M. J. Hogan will have charge of the racing and ...

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A.J.C. (RANDWICK) Acceptors and Selections [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

A.J.C. (RANDWICK) Acceptors and Selections The AJ.C. Spring meeting will be opened at Randwick tomorrow and will be continued on Monday, when the Metropolitan will be decided. The Derby and Epsom Handicap are the chief events for tomorrow. There are 14 acceptors for the three-year-old clas- sic, and some interest will attach to the running of the Adelaide gelding Speedway, who was sent to Sydney with Merab by Mr. J. Netter. The St. Anton gelding, however, cannot be regarded as having much chance of defeating such a brilliant performer as Ammon Ra, who appears to have the race at his mercy. Only two Victorian horses are engaged in the Derby— Illustrious and Rondalina — and both can be ex- pected to do well without winning. Merab was allotted 11 st 2 lb. in the Kensington Handicap, but Mr. Netter, who is in Sydney, decided not to start him. The programme is: — 12.15 (Adelaide Time).— HURDLE RACE About two miles st. lb. st. lb. Rossgole .. .. 11 4 Banner Boy ..9 8 Paul T. .. .. 10 10 P...

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SECOND DAY.—MONDAY, OCTOBER 5. 12.40—BREEDERS' PLATE Five furlongs [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

SECOND DAY.— MONDAY, OCTOBER 5. 12.40— BREEDERS' PLATE Five furlongs Tingalba .... 8 5 Kuvera 8 5   Serabite .. .. 8 5 Carambea . . . . 8 5 Apparel .. ..8 5 Calvados .... 8 5 King Pink .. 8 5 Silver Beech .. 8 5 Dark Chief ..8 5 Dark Harris ..8 5 Milantheon ..8 5 The Arcadian 8 5 High Sun .... 8 5 King Moab ..8 5 Tarook 8 5 Voyager .... 8 5   Renowned ..8 5 1.40— METROPOLITAN One mile five furlongs Chide 9 4 Black Douglas 7 5   Veilmond.... 9 3 Salvador ... 7 4   Concentrate . 8 12 Talkie 7 1   Greenbird ... 8 10 Potent ..... 7 0 Carry On ... 8 7 Mina G. .. 6 12 John Buchan .8 6 Khartoum 6 12 First Acre . .. 8 5 Fair Money 6 10   Spearman ... 8 0 Imperialist 6 9 Strength .. .. 8 0 Dear March 6 7 Stately ... . 7 7 VEILMOND .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1 CHIDE .. .. .. .. .. 2   CARRY ON .. 3  

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THIRD DAY—WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 2.10—GIMCRACK STAKES Five furlongs [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

THIRD DAY — WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 2.10— GIMCRACK STAKES Five furlongs Cabaret 8 0 Spick and Span 8 0   Darabalara ..8 0 High Molly ..8 0 Precious Gift 8 0 Viowella ...8 0 All for Aus- Prolyxo .. ..8 0 tralia .. ..8 0 Bonnie June 8 0 Astute .. .... 8 0 Princess Myorie 8 0 Fame .. .... 8 0

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V.R.C. (FLEMINGTON) Acceptors for Tomorrow 1.30 (Adelaide time)—PADDOCK HIGH- WEIGHT HANDICAP Six furlongs [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

V.R.C. (FLEMINGTON) Acceptors for Tomorrow 1.30 (Adelaide time)—PADDOCK HIGH- WEIGHT HANDICAP Six furlongs st. lb. 13 Sir Graculus 10 9 10 Amant ... 10 7 20 Harty Gavin 10 4 24 Limber Up . 10 2 18 Deux Fils . . 10 0 7 Pembroke . . 9 13 14 Bold Bid . . 9 11 12 Old Ming . . 9 11 21 St. Flavian . 9 10 4 Metaphor ..9 8 11 Stephen ..9 8 5 Viridis ... 9 6 2 Donate ... 9 4 22 Temoin ... 9 4 17 Starglint ..9 3 19 Yalgoglin ..9 2 16 Jaberoo ..9 1 23 Rosetta ... 9 1 25 Income ... 9 0 3 Quick Reward 8 12 6 Amen Ra . . 8 11 8 Hampden . . 8 10 15 Hazrat ... 8 10 26 Loftin ... 8 10   9 Marrapu ..8 9 1 Midavid ..8 9 METAPHOR 1   DEUX FILS 2   SIR GRACULUS 3   2.5 — OCTOBER HURDLE RACE Two miles 7 Horoscope . . 12 0 4 Lord Bounty 10 10 8 Pitoota . . 10 10 5 Drake ... 10 7 1 Vanto . . 10 3 2 Caramelo ..9 9 6 Hyde Park . 9 5 9 Lanirol ... 9 3 3 Vagrant ..9 2 10 Bon Haven 9 0 Pitoota. 1     DRAKE 2   &nb...

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NEWSPAPER SELECTIONS "ARGUS" [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

NEWSPAPER SELECTIONS 'ARGUS' Highweight Handicap— Metaphor, 1; Amant, 2; Sir Graculus, 3. Hurdle Race— Pitoota, 1; Horoscope. 2: Vanto, 3. Maribyrnong Trial Stakes (colts and geldings)— Liberal, 1; Coonartha, 2; San- ballet, 3. October Stakes— Waterline. 1; Hellenist, 2; Gallantic, 3. Maribyrnong Trial Stakes (filliee)— Dut- chie, 1: Lady Superior, 2; Devonie. 3. Stand Handicap— Royal Barb, 1; Shadow King, 2; Alcman, 3. "AGE" Highweight Handicap— Pembroke 1, Lim- ber Up 2, Sir Graculus 3. October Hurdle Race— Horoscope 1, Pitoota 2, Vanto 3. Maribyrnong Trial (colts and geldings) — Liberal 1, Tophole 2, Coonartho 3. October Stakes — Waterline 1, Hellenist 2,     Ibrani 3. Maribyrnong Trial (fillies)— Devonie 1, Lady Superior 2, Dutchle 3. Stand Handicap— Shadow King 1, Royal Barb 2, Jacobin 3.

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Riders For Tailem Bend [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

Riders For Tailem Bend The following is a list of probable rides at Tailem Bend races tomorrow: — PROBABLE RIDERS Hurdle Race. — Delphinus, P. Ryan; Monarch Lad, K. Bird; Martinello, R. Gor- don; Miss Ality, C. Power; Tonare, E. Mc- Farlane.   Novice Race.— Pelops, A. Johnson; The Bugler, J. Ryan; Dendoric, C. Power; My Doubt, L. Tregenza; Rachael Wills,. R. Fuller; Star Monitor D. J. Hall; Double Error. C. Pearson; Gloria Mundi, E. Wright; Jevonlca, A. Graham; Starshine, A. Mitch; Alfzania, L. E. Duggan; Chiraston, F. Webb; Don Mand., H. Hendry; Stormlooee, P. Slat- tery: Malfty, E. Stuart; Sister Simeon, M F. Merritt. Handicap.— Duality, C. Pearson; Lucrasia, A. Johnson; Martinello, E. Stuart; Raybank, P. Slattery. Steeplechase. — Euraford, R. Fuller; Val- bee, E. McFarlane; Monarch Lad, K. Bird; St. Elmo, C. Power; Shura, V. McGahan; Emref, L. Tregenza; Hattah, C. Hamilton; Ben Reo, P. Ryan; Pundripy, W. G. Smith; Some Luck, H. Dean. Trials.— Multitude, W. Patching; ...

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REVIEW OF ACCEPTORS Tailem Bend Races Tomorrow Conducted by "Cicero" [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

REVIEW OF ACCEPTORS Tailem Bend Races Tomorrow Conducted by "Cicero" SPECIALS CELOTEX— HANDICAP EURAFORD— STEEPLECHASE 1.30-HANDICAP HURDLE RACE Two mites 5 HUNGARIAN (10.0)— A chance in this company. 7 DELPHINUS (9.10)— A novice at hurd- ling. 4 MONARCH LAD (9.7)— Our fancy. 1 KENNION (9.5)— A sprinter from Mount Gambier. 8 MARTINELLO (9.4)— A chance if he jumps, but is also in two flat races. 3 KING'S SCRIBE (9.0)— No fancy. 2 MISS ALITY (9.0)— Has an outside chance. 6 TONARE (9.0)— Nothing to recommend him, but has schooled nicely. 2.10—NOVICE BACE W.F.A. Fire furlongs 12 DUSKY COON (8.13) No form. 16 PELOPS (8.13)— Passing. 19 THE BUGLER (8.13)— Last in a Welter at Morphettville on Saturday. 14 DENDORIC (8.11)— Form poor. 8 My DOUBT (8.11)—Ours, also.   15 RACHEL WILLS (8.11)— Form poor. 3 SHUJA BIER (8.11.) — Has not raced. 5 SPORTING KING (8.11)— Has been a failure. 2 STAR MONITOR (8.11)— First race for some months. 11 DOUBLE ERROR (8.9)— Has failed too often, but...

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