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ENGLISH YEARLING PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 March 1930

ENGLISH YEARLING PRICES. In' England last year 141 yearlings were sold for -,000 guineas or over. Of these 38 made 3,000 guineas, oz higher, against 4S in 1928. Only 11 were sold for 5,000 guineas or over, against 22 a year earlier, when 180 reaped vie fou.-iigures mark. The highest price in 192-- was 13;000 guineas for the Gay Crusader colt Heartsease, while two others «4- t O -ftrt ? ! ? ? . owiu dv i.^,UUU ^UllltiaS eucn, I and another at 10,000 guineas. Lasc year only one exceedei 10,000 guineas, that being the Tetrau-.ia— Dolabella filly, for whom Mrs. Ches-1 ter Beatty paid 11,000 guineas. Some buyers who were conspicu ous for the prices taey gave in pre vious years were missing this time. In England, as elsewhere, failure sours even the richest' of men. It hurts a man's vanity when his high-priced purchases do not come up to the standard of something sold at a com-l paratively low price. It is pleasant to be a successful j owner, but it is different whenHherei is a. poor retu...

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A BROAD HINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 March 1930

A BROAD HINT. Guest (at 1 o'clock in the morn ing) — 'That's a fine clok you have.' Waitress — 'We don't think much of it. We call it 'Guest' because it never goes.' i DOING HIM A FAVOR. j An Irish highway laborer, who! had been detailed to keep traliic off: a road on which was an old bridge,! so weakened by heavy floods during the night that it was considered too, insecure to support even the lightest I car, stopped a big brown car which was headed for the danger spot. { 'What's the matter?' growled the driver, whom- Pat recognised as aj local magistrate. 'Oh, is that you, yer Honor?' saidj Pat genially. 'Yes it is.' j 'It's all right, then, yer Honor. I got orders not to let traffic through on account of a rotten bridge, but] seein' as its yer Honor, why go ribt ahead, sor.' J ♦ * * + j GOT TIIE FULL ISSUE. : Jacky had been in a brawl. ' * he gee me King hit on you JacKy .' '' he was askea. . i' 'ivtng Uil! ' suovteu Jacky. ' 'E Sot tiie Prince of WalcL-. ttie Roi~al j. amuy and n...

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THE KNOW-ALL TURFITE. IMAGINATION AND A BIG MOUTH. THE SEED OF SUSPICION. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 March 1930

, fffi KNOW-ALL TURFITE. ' V ? ^ ? — , i. IMAGINATION AND A BIG MOUTH. THE SEED OF SUSPICION. ! f H? ? : ? i It would be absurd to contend; there -are- -no non-triers but equally ?. ridiculous to say 'Everything wasj \ 'jlcad' 'except the winner.' And thatj ^rnmet^'is not unusual. » '' it is' irritating when it comes ±rom - Someone 'credited with knowledge of racing, and makes one wender whe ther the' speaker really does know 3?^*; ' ' ? - ?® ? v.f There are men who have Iieen associated with racing nearly all their lives but whose depth of knowledge would not be great if they lived a thousand, years. However, they talk, ajid their opinions are accepted as correct 'those who knew less than themselves J i! ' There . are backers who, when they lose, are not averse to 'being fbld . ! they... were on a. non-trier. It Matters their vanity, suggesting their jpdgment^was good, and that they J^ould..;haye collected if everything hiad '£egn..in order. ( -t ? !?- ? - ? . v ? .'-i 'Non-Triers ...

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A DIPLOMATIC MARRIAGE. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 March 1930

A DIPLOMATIC MARRIAGE. (Continued.) 'You are just a dear, Billy,' she whispered to herself in the dark ness, then, with a contented sigli, settled to sleep. She was awakened by Billy gently ; shaking her shoulder. ! mere s a ship, he said, excited iy. 'She has few lights, so is prob-j ably a tramp.'' Then, as she made a' movement to rise, 'No, keep where' you are. I would not have wakened) you but I was afraid the engine: might startle you.' ^ In less than two hours the ship was j intercepted. It was a States ship, | bound for Cuba. The cantain made no difficulties and installed Nita in his own cabin.. Two days later they ar rived fit Havanna. VI. It was late afternoon when the two set foot on the landing-stage. 'You'd better wire to your people straight away,' said Billy. 'Then we'll see about a hotel. I feel horribly grubby and shiall fairly wallow in a bath.' 'I think I'll see the American Con sul or whatever official it is. He may be able to put me in touch with ! someone who kn...

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FRIENDSHIP BETWEEN RIDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 March 1930

FRIENDSHIP BETWEEN RIDERS? Though there always ip keen rivalry among jockeys ? when it comes to race riding, there exists a bond of friendship among thejn that calls upon them to aid each other. Take the case of R. Inkson and L. Franklin at the last meeting at Williamstown. Inkson was asked to ride Honorium in the Hurdle Race, as he had ridden the gelding in several races, and had become Ac quainted with his peculiarities. But he had been engaged previously for Triplex. He then suggested to H.. Leek, the owner-trainer of the geld ing, that Franklin be given the ride, and he would give that rider several points to follow in riding the horae, knowing full well that if he were humored Honorium would be the most dangerous opponent to Triplex, his own mount. * Franklin was given the mount, and Inkson gave him certain advice, chief among which was to 'kid' to Honorium, and not allow him to re alise that he was being asked to gal lop at his best.. The mecnod chosen was to change the hold o...

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FROM INDIA TO AINTREE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 March 1930

FROM INDIA TO AINTHEE. It ;s unusual for a horse to be wrought back from India to Ireland .vith a view to winning the Liverpool [Jrand National, but that has been lone with Kilbuck. tired ^n Ireland, he was sent to In dia, and after winning the Indian Srand National at Calcutta last year lis owner decided to send him back :o Ire'and with a view to running in ;he Liverpool Grand National. In December he won a steeplechase it Leopardstown. and was then sent -ver to England to be trained for he big race. Printed si Jennings' -Printing Works, 16 Kensington Road, Rosas 'ark. for the nronrietors of 'I'he ort Adelaide Gazette.'

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AN ADELAIDE JOCKEY IN JAVA. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 7 March 1930

AN ADELAIDE JOCKEY IN JAVA. Ron Thredgold, formerly an ap prentice of Ben Matson's, for whom 'The Sport' always predicted a pros perous career, writes from Bandoeng, Java: — 'I had the above photo taken of myself and some of our stable-boys, inmKing it mignt De oi interest to: 'The Sport' readers. j The boy in the centre is called Lonchong; that is the Javanese word for long-un or lanky. These boys are good workers, and take great pride in their horses, be they good or bad. When their charge wins the boy gets a present of five guilders (a guilder is 1/8) from the jockey, arid 10 guilders from the owner.. They are a happy-go-lucky lot, and are always playing and joking, never; quarrel with one another. But it! does not pay to become too lenient or good with them, or they take ad vantage of it and become lazy and' cheeky. They are very clean, and are continually bathing and washing their clothes. They are able to live very cheaply; their food con s' Vt'ng of rice, with a piece of drie...

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

DOMESTIC TIES. Adolphus considered himself something of a wit. Entering a haberdashery one day he asked,' 'Do you keep all klncs or ties here?' 'Yes, sir,' Replied the assistant. 'Then let me have a pigsty,' said Adolphus. 'Certainly, sir,' said the assistant. 'Which color do you prefer.' DON'T NEGLECT A COMMON CASE OF PILES. IT MAY I.EAD TO SERIOUS RE SULTS. When people generally understand ? '-! n t all suuh fatal diseases as Fistula, :_'lcer of the Rectum, Fissure, etc., :!njost invariably i}?rin in p. simple ?-.use of Piles, they will learn the Vis ion ol' takir.g prompt treatment. M'or rhe first appcarance of this trouble. [Joaifi; Oinuneiu is unoQualled ..ifor fvery form of piles — blc-tiiinv. ' itch in/.', protruding. :.nd bliru! iiik.-: — and hundreds oi' lives have been saved, by ':sing this c!h*'p but effective remedy right at the dart, 'iccause dt such -.hues a pot krs effected, a cure, while in the old, v..'?p-sca1{ed, chronic cast's sere: a! pots are SQpie iir.es i;e:'e...

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

iDBaHlllBllllliaillBHIIOIlB NOTICE.—10 PERSONS ABOUT TO HAVE THEIR , * CLOTHES DRY CLEANED ? COME TO OS S Clothes Dry Cleaned by us are Thoroughly Cleaned ? OUR PRICE— ' SUITS C/ COSTUMES ? FROCKS '/ TOPCOATS r OUR PRESSING IS ALL DONE BY HAND ENSURING A PERFECT FINISH, AND AT THE SAME TIME RETAINING THE ? I ORIGINAL SHAPE. ? I F, J. WH1TMARSH & SON ? ? TAILORS AND DRY CLEANERS * I 137 COMMERCIAL ROAD, PORT ADELAIDE ' i (Opposite Corner to Newmarket Hotel) a

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

IVVWVUVVrafAVWMUWVWWVUVWUWWUWiAyVUWVWUVVVV I THE CENTRAL HOTE ! Ij IS NOW UNDER 5 I ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT § || THE NEW PROPRIETORS ARE 2 1 W. J. LEE AND MRS. E. KNAPMAN I I ? ' I I* DROP IN AND SEE US - «* all drinks true to label 5 ? i' You are Assured of «t |f CLEANLINESS THE I ? * COURTESY and AT orxlTD AI i J» CONVIVIALITY UiWIIiAL j ij IN OUR BOTTLE DEPARTMENT | jj THE PRICES ARE RIGHT jl | THE CENTRAL BOTE 1 l| (NEAR BLACK DIAMOND CORNER) -1

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

Dance & Euchre | TO BE HELD J i EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT 7.45 P.M. AT THE J W.M.A. THEATRE, NILE STREET \ PORT ADELAIDE f J Proceeds m aid of the DISTRESSED WIVES and FAMILIES ^ of Waterside Workers. KI % Cool Drinks and Sweets Provided. % J- Monte Carlo and Streamer Waltz. Dancing 8 till 10.45. Old and New Dances. ' s Jj Tom Garnaut's Jazz Band in attendance. - ADMISSION— GENTS, I/-; LADIES, Gfl. ^ [ F. A. CARR, Hon. Secretary. ^

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

BILLIARDS] DICK CONNOLE WISHES TO ADVISE THE PUBLIC THAT HE HAS TAKEN OVER1THE ' THE SPURT BILLIARD SALOON J 231 St. Vincent Street, Port Adelaide. i 3 FIRST CLASS TABLES 3 ] ^Alj ^raiijls ,qf.. and Cigarettes:, Stocked | ''i:' ' ' COME IN AND SEE US . Dick Cohnole, Prorietor |

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

:W.M.A. THEATRE NILE STREET ? PORT ADELAIDE. j SATURDAY, MARCH 8 ! OLD AND NEW DANCES ? (SELECT) | DANCING FROM 8 TILL 11 ? TOM GARNAUT'S ORCHESTRA. LES WATERS, M.C. ? PROCEEDS IN AID OF DISTRESSED WATERSIDE WORKERS' * WIVES AND FAMILIES * PRICES — Ladies, 9d.; Gents, 1/6 W PHONE: J 2576. F. A. CARE. Secretary. #

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WHAT IS WORN. FASHION DICTATES [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 March 1930

WHAT IS WORN. FASHION DICTATES That the ' black frock is the sea sen's favorite, whether wearer be young or old? There are both simple and formal models, and materials range from lightweight woollens] through the satins, crepes and vel vets to net. There will be at least! one black frock in every wardrobe. That crystal is the smart woman's choice for the costume jewellery touch on the black dress? It must be live crystal that will catch and reflect colors, that it may make a dis tracting touch against the sombre background. Crystal is, of course, good with almost any color, too. That the jersey skirt becomes an ensemble when a blouse of the same material, but in another color, is added to it? Some of these blouses fasten with a zipper, others button straight up and down the front, while yet others are slip-on type. They may be tuck-in fashion. That blue is a color classic, made so by the constant reversion to it when presenting a new mode? That suede is a classic for shoes? And shoe...

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

THE a; HORACE L. MARSTON ? STORES I PORT ADELAIDE MARKET and ST. VINCENT STREET ? WE ARE MAKING AN HONEST EFFORT TO MAKE LIVING A LITTLE EASIER . IN m PORT ADELAIDE DURING THE HARD TIMES. ? Special Bargains for j The Lenten Season j PRIME NEW SEASON'S LING FISH NORWEGIAN SALT HERRINGS I 9D. lb. 2/6 D0Z - 3d- each ? GUARANTEED FRESH EGGS 1/3 row FISH FOR LENT Fresh Herrings ? 7^d. tin Kipp. Herrings ? lO^d. tin Salmon, splendid value 10^d. tin Salmon, genuine red — 1/6 tin |lb. Tins ? 6|d and lO^d. Haddocks, lib. tin ? 7^d. Sardines, |Ib. tins, 10|d.; lib. tins . ? 6^d. Kipp. Snacks ? 3^d. tin Oysters ? 1/3 tin Jap. Crab ? 1/6 tin Prawns ? 1/3 tin PRESERVED FRUITS FULL SIZE TINS Apricots ? 9£d. Peaches ? 9|d. Pears ? 10^d. Pineapples ? 1/11 THE BEST FACTORY BUTTER STILL l/io LB. 1LB. BEST RASHERS and 1 DOZ. EGGS The Lot for 2/3 Choice Shoulders Bacon iop. Nice Little Cushion Bacon , 1/ LB. THIS IS EXCEPTIONAL VALUE PRIME TASTY CHEESE £ II . LB. LOOK AT THIS! CANTERBURY SHEEP TONGUES ...

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GOOD RACING AT MURRAY BRIDGE Large Attdendance and Good Tote BON ANTON DEFEATS GIG MARCO IN HANDICAP KANTON WINS STEEPLECHASE FOR PRESIDENT TWO-YEAR-OLDS PROMINENT IN NOVICE [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 March 1930

GOOD RACING AT MURRAY BRIDGE Large Attdendance and Good Tote BON ANTON DEFEATS GIG MARCO IN HANDICAP KANTON WINS STEEPLECHASE FOR PRESIDENT TWO-YEAR-OLDS PROMINENT IN NOVICE I ? The Murray Bridge Racing Club had an Excellent meeting on Saturday last. There was a good attendance, and tote figures exceeded expectations. In the Autumn Handicap Bob Anton succeeded in defeating the local champion, Gig Marco. Kanton, which is owned by the popular President (Hon. H. D. Young, M.L.C.) won the Steeplechase. The local Chateau Boy was suc cessful in the Hurdle Race, and two-year-olds were prominent in the Second Division of the Novice. St. Just and Impudence filled first and second places. The other division was woii by Xpert, which is trained, at Nairne. .Cavellina won the Trial Stakes, and Wendover the Welter. Taking all things into considera-| tion ihe Murray Bridge Racing (Jiuo had a most successful meeting on] Saturday last. It has been usual to] |sse a big falling off at race meetings! d...

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LAUGH AND THE WORLD LAUGHS WITH YOU COLLECTED ALL RIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 March 1930

w«irinnnnnnffnnnnrvvy\nfWTnnnnnivwviniV1nnririr»innnnnnr LAUGH AND THE WORLD * LAUGHS WITH YOU .« COLLECTED ALL RIGHT. l During an examination a school boy was asked to write a short essay, introducing the words calm and col-| lected. j ! 'One day a professor was crossing] la busy street, when he found the; 'traffic bearing down upon him from both wavs. Desnite his predicament he stood calm and was afterwards] collected.' i | # # # ' NOT LIKE HIS MOTHER'S. 'Will you try some of iyy angel cake?' asked the young wile of her husband. 'No. thank you,' was the reply. 'Are you afraid it isn't good] enough?' I 'No. I'm afraid I am not good] enough.' 'Good enough for what?' asks the young wife. 'Good enough to become an an gel.' ' ONLY SEASONABLE. Gertie was having a discussion with grandma about her fiancee. 'George's sudden mania for cock tails is making me very anxious, granny. Granny — 'If I were you, Gertie. I wouldn't worry at all about it. It certainly can't last long; he will have t...

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AMOUNIS' WINNINGS. TOTAL NOW £36,703. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 March 1930

AMOUNIS' WINNINGS. TOTAL NOW £36,703. The full . record of the stake winnings of Amou nis is as follows: — AT THREE YEARS. 'Won — MooreScId Three-year-old Handicap 176 Won — Rosehill Three-year-old Handicap 186 i)v'n — Warwick Farm Hobartville Stakes 982 (Won — Rosehill Guineas .. . SB3 Won — V.R.C. Batman Stakes . . . . ! ! 624 .Won — A.J.C. Exeter Handicap .. .. 528 ! AT FOUR YEARS. Won — A.J.C. Epsom Handicap . . . . 290S Won — A.P.C. Epsom Handicap . . . . 2908 Won — V.R.C. Cantala Stakes ? 2334 Won — V.R.C. Linlithgow Stakes 1121 Third — C. B. Fisher Plate . . . . . . 190 Won — Chipping Norton Stakes . . ' ' 789 Third— A.J.C. All-Aged Stakes 300 Won — -Wagga Gold Cup ? 800 ! AT FIVE YEARS. ! Second — Warwick Stakes .. ? ? 200 : Third — Rosehill Stakes . ° , 75 i Won — M. Valley W.' S. Cox Plate J550 Second — V.R.C-. Melbourne Stakes . . . 300 Wen— V.R.C. Linlithgow Stakes . . 1115 j Second — V.R.C. C. B. Fisher Plate . . 300 .Third — Williamstnwn Cud ? 300 Won — V.R.C. Essendon...

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KNOWLEDGE KERNELS. CROWN COOKIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 March 1930

KNOWLEDGE KERNELS. CROWN COOKIES. One cup rolled oats, 1 cup cocoanut, 1 cup plain flour, 1 small cup sugar ,ilb. butter. 1 teaspoon bicarb scda. 1 large tablespoon golden syrup. Mix all dry ingredients, then warm but ter and golden syrup and add. Place small pieces ^n a buttered tin and bake in a moderate oven till browned. These will keep fresh indefinitely. CREOLE EGGS. Spread some rcunds of buttered toast with chicken or tongue paste. Place a lightly poached egg on each round and place them on a fireproof dish in a moderate oven for a few minutes. Pour round a little goad white sauce and serve. POACHED EGGS AU GRATIN. Poach 5 or 6 cogs very lightly and place them in a buttereJ fireproof dish. Make some brown sauce and add to it a pinch of cayenne pepper, 1 desertspocn chopped parsley and 1 tablespoon grated cheese. Pour sauce over eggs sprinkle the top with grated cheeSe, dot thyme into half pint good white sauce. Season, add a saueeze lemon juicc and 1 or 2 drops cochineal.' Co...

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ADELAIDE CLUB'S ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 14 March 1930

I ? ? ? | . ADELAIDE CLUB'S ANNUAL j MEETING. . I By advertisement in this issue it is announced that the annual meet-, ing of the Adelaide Plumpton Cours ing Club will be held at the Napoleon Hotel, on March 20, at 8 p.m. All coursing men who are in4 fo rested in the State's leading enclo sure should make an effort to be present, as' we are passing through bad times for the sport, and all the support of leashmen is required to keep it up to its usual standard. Those who are always ready to complain about the management of Plympton should come along and put their suggestions for improve ment before the meeting, as Mr. Bert O'Brien, president, - and Mr. W. A. .Tones, chairman, are sure to give them a good hearing.

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