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RIFLE SHOOTING Crystal Brook [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

RIFLE SHOOTING Crystal Brook The teams match. Captain v. Vice-captain, at a double 300 yards, resulted In a win for the captain's team by 17 points. This makes the teams equal in number of wins for the season. Scores: — Captain's team — W. J. Lines, 32. 30-62; A. Mathews, 26. 34—60; J. Coulter. 29. 25—54; M. Roberts. 32, 35—67; G. V. Gilbert. 29, 27—56; total, 299. Vlee-captaln's team— A. Robertson. 24. 32—56; L. Durrant. 29, 29—58: B. Me-' Nell. 25. 25—50; T. Hall, 29. 31—60; S. W. L. Saint, 28, 30—58; total, 282. The 12th competition for the club's trophy at a double TOO yards, with handicap limit or 78, resulted:— M. Roberts, 32, 35 -9)— 76; A. Mathcws. 26, 34 (6)— 66: W. J. Lines, 32, 30 (2)-64; J. Burt. 28, 32 (1)— 61; T. Hall. 29, 31 (1)— 61: S. W. L. Saint. 28. 30 (2) — 60. The points scored to date tor the club's trophy are:— T. Hall, 24: M. Roberts. 15; G. V. Gilbert. 14; A. Mathews. 14; S. W. L. Saint, J. Goultsr, and J. Smith, 13: H. H. Pavy and L. Durrant. 11; R. Cliff a...

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MURRAY BRIDGE NOMINATIONS RUN SATURDAY, MARCH 7 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

MURRAY BRIDGE NOMINATIONS RON SATURDAY. MARCH 7 Handicap Hurdle Race, two miles and 13 chain*— Lannebelle. Sliver Arrow, Mon relth, Stormgate, Nar Plume, Dialect, Make Haste, Count Valldo, St. Tetlt, An tope, ,Aldyth, Oorellaw, Monarch Lad. Novice Race, WJA, five furlongs.— Green Ace. Denisten-np PiimTA tmt,«^- ?Joonboo. Bier Rose, Llsdoonvarna, Cona rus. Lady Cosmos, Wau, Ray Anton. Lady J£5?tte\^s,eraplllc' Bold wJn, St. Brook, gfona. Pulmond. MansnaL Prince WhlttJer. Dendoric Xrueownlt, Simon's Beer Quln doo, Communique, Our Pistol, Maenolus. Autumn Handicap, one mile and a Quar ter—Xpert, Double Pop, Arnock, Slmotta BeUe Ambah. Seal Princess, Kertoyt Hoyal Note. King Sam, KJrrfcle, Designer: Handicap Brush Steeplechase, twomUes and three furlongs.— Carrawlrra, Storm gete, Meum-et-Tuum. Bowalla, Berrlng ton. Little Gun. Make Haste, Lord Prim rose, Kanton, Tamarak. Thaldes, AldyUu MobUong, Our PlstoL Kulpra. '^j~^ -.Handicap Trial Stakes, six furlongs.— Ktodale, Thermopylae. Stepp...

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SPEED MEETING AT PORT PIRIE Port Pirie February 22. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

SPEED MEETING AT PORT PIRIE Prwt: Pirlp PWiniarv 22. A speed meeting organised by the Port Plrie Motor Cycling Club took place on the Lagoon track this afternoon. There were more than 1,000 people present, and there was some fast rifling. Results: — Handicap Three Miles (up to 250 c.c). — E. Amundsen (2% Ariel), 1; S. Hanlyn (2',i B-S-A.), 2; C. King (2'A B.S.A.), 3. Time, 3.30. Handicap (up to 350 cc) three miles. — E. Amundsen (2\'A Ariel), 1; M. Hill (2% BJS-A.). 2; L Mortess (2% BSJl.), 3. Tune, 3.39. Handicap (up to 500 cc), three miles. — First heatr— M. Hill (23,« B.SJL). 1; S. Whit ney (2?4 Raleigh), 2: D. Vettch (3% Rudge). 3. Time, 33. Second neat — L. Williams -3»b Imperial), 1; R. Amundsen (2-A Ariel), 2; L Mortese -2% A-J-S.), 3. Time. 329. Final— D. Veltch. L Mortess. S. Whltnev. Time, 2J53 2-5. Three Miles Scratch.— F. Bayley (3 Velo cette), 1; H. Catchpool (3',i Douglas). 2; D. Veltch (3»/2 Rudge). 3. Time, 2.47»fe. Side Valve Handicap, five miles. — A. Cbttell (Nort...

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Rider for Hystic Peak [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

Rider for Mystic Peak A message from Melbourne states that t'''*5 are being made to secure the services of W. Cook, the Sydney jockey, for Mystic Peak In the Newmarket Handicap on Satar day.

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KYNETON ACCEPTANCES RUN FRIDAY 1.30 (Adelaide time)—HURDLE RACE Two miles [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

KYNETON ACCEPTANCES RUN FHUJAT 1-30 (Adelaide time)— HURDLE RACE Two miles St. lb. 6t. lb 10 Sir Gleam . 11 7 4 Nar Ron 9 9 8 Gunfire . . 11 2 6 Liberty Bell 9 6 2 Truslock . . 10 6 9 Boocathan . 9 6 3 Impartial . . 9 12 5 Solo Flight 9 o 7 Cawamba . . 9 12 1 Voco . 9 i 2.5— MAIDEN PLATE Five furlongs 5 Rizona ... 9 0 7 Atta Lad . 8 5 1 Parlssl ... 8 S 6 Solo King 8 2 3 Fairy Court 8 7 2 Reserve . 4 Debenture . 8 6 Fund ..82 2-35— HOSPITAL HANDICAP Nine furlongs 3 Footsac ... 8 72 Ealuki ... 7 2 1 Hazelwood .854 Koolparoo 7 0 8 Donalbain .806 Menander . . 6 10 7 Seventh 9 Wayback ..68 Heaven . . 7 10 5 Elesha ..67 10 Wee Jean . 7 5 3.10.— TRIAL HANDICAP Six furlongs 5 Extensive . . 8 10 4 Baanya ... 7 8 1 Spearearl ..867 Aratunga ..76 2 Ampedo ..848 Farouche -.70 3 Rumning ..816 One Mark . 6 7 3.40.— KYNETON PLATE Six furlongs 9 Credence ..908 Royal Raven 7 6 4 Crowdel . . 8 11 7 Spear Lily . 7 5 2 Duple ... 8 4 3 Amor ... 7 3 10 Sweet Corn 7 B 6 Invlctus ..73 5 Shady Nook 7 8 1 Rad...

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TARRA GLEN WEIGHTS Acceptances At Scale Run Thursday HANDICAP MAIDEN PLATE Five and a half furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

TARRA GLEN WEIGHTS Acceptances At Scale Run Thursday HANDICAP MAIDEN PLATE Five and a half furlones. St. lb. St. lb. Rubican Trout 9 0 Sure Win .... 8 0 Dongola .... 8 9 Green and Lieutenant White ... 7 13 Park .... 8 7 Spearerica . . 7 13 Blntang ? 8 1 Waninga .... 7 11 Star Rosa ... 8 7 White Anton. . 7 11 Mardl ? 8,7 Ascret ? 7 11 Ah- Bubble ..85 Farcella ? 7 7 Renalx ? 8 5 Waterside ... 7 7 Woorady .... 8 5 Ideal Lady (not Epinard .... 8 0 eligible.) FLYING HANDICAP Five and a half furlongs Blnna ? 9 13 Green Moth ..76 Lady Savanas . 9 5 Salcion .... 7 5 Status ? 8 8 More Cyllene . 7 0 Golden Burra .87 Lady Pukkinya 6 9 Amor ? 8 5 Flavlste .... 6 9 Boorcello .... 8 4 Gold Switch . 6 7 rjrangarra ... 7 13 Flvlng Cross . 6 7 Invictus . : . . 7 10 White Anton . 6 7 YAERA GLEN HANDICAP One 'i'' and 80 yards. Rex Aurantlc . 9 0 Heaven .... 7 13 Footsac .... 8 9 Pious Kate . . 7 11 Borrodale .... 8 6 Greenun .... 7 6 Ethelton .... 8 3 Spear Lily ..75 Bonnie Bob ..82 Torlonla .... 7 4 ...

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SHIPPING INTER-STATE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

SHIPPING INTER-STATE NEWCASTLE. February 23.— Arrived— GwycUr, Coramba. and Jap. from Svdney. Sailed— Glebe, for cruLse; Cora'.n'oa ' and Jap, for Svdney; Idant. for Port S^epiien^ NEW ZEALAND liu^£jjii*, rcrcruary .:?*. — .i:..vtc -:'^ri 'WELLINGTON. February 23.— Ar.-i\ cu— Mah.ira f/oai SySsey.

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NARRACOORTE NOMINATIONS Run Malta 11 and 12 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

NARRACOORTE NOMINATIONS ' Run March 11 and 12 Jumpers' Flat Handicap, one mile and a quarter. — Qalashlels, St. Spa, Rhine Gold, Antope. Conmerry. Gin Sling. Miss Magic. Fighting Mac, Stonefleld, The Cracksman, On Demand. Oaslcan, Tharcool, Dochanas sie. Flrestlck, Make Haste, Merrt Mac, Dark King. Flying Handicap, six furlongs. — Lelex. Frances Caton. Mlstone, White Dennis, Pious, Tnriipt! Nell. Afnxlt. Sweet Treasure. Amanstar. Trusty Star, Home 'e*''. Lady Wilkur. Salway. Queen Amanus, EiP, Mul titude. Tower Bolt. Adderlea. Novice Plate, five furlongs.— Lanscot, St. Dundad. Star Pole, Dutch Doll, Lelex. Fly Ing Ned, Lady Denland, Conquest, Simon Peter. Byfoy, Atmosphere, Ruscus. Audax, Lareves, Swlftbone, Traitress, Tagore, Avles Queen. Goldwyn. Neiracoorte Cup, one mile and & quarter. —Lady Lucknow. Eufford, Biela. Alwar. Bay Road. Pious. Ann Offft, Bleram, Lady Madge, Impudence, Woodend, Sea Trip, E.L.F., Var fceep. Strathalbyn, Trireme, Bonny Dean. Caves Trial Steeplec...

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TURF NOTES Noticed on the Tracks [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

TURF NOTES By 'Richmond' Noticed on the TTarks E. J. Mooney, former chfimplon cross country rider, and Mr. E. Loellger, have Betty Tuck In training at Morphettvllle. Tbe Squire Tuck mare recently came In Irom tne paddock, and Is looking well. Battle Boy, a chestnut gelding by Battleaxe rrom Going Forth. Is now a regular worker on the tracks at Victoria ±'arK. He is a nicely built gelding and raced at the recent picnic meetings. R. Eamage. brother of the Melbourne cross country rider, E. Ramage, Is loosing after Battle Boy. Scratched for Saturday The following scratchlngs for Tatter sails meeting on Saturday were received yestertlay: — Trial Stakes.— King of Song, Unification, Mary Bob. Hurdle Race. — Duke Simon, Stormgate. Condition of Bachelor Green Bachelor Green, who was Injured when he collided with Golden Aureole on the tracks at Victoria Park a couple of weeks ago, has shown a slight Improvement. The Green Seal horse still favors one ol his hind legs. Riding Engagements r*ln/....

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ENTRIES for OAKBANK JUMPING EVENTS THREE MORE THAN LAST YEAR liter-State Horses Included By "RICHMOND" [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

ENTRIES for OAKBANK JUMPING EVENTS THREE MORE THAN LAST YEAR lifer-State Horses Included Bv 'RICHMOND' ? 'Stmohmttans for the Harry D- Young JBonOe Race and the Great Eastern ntniilnin'1 . to be run at Oakbank on E*6ter Monday, closed yesterday, and in view of the paucity of jumpers in this State, an excellent response was re ceived. The prizes, £400 for the race -ww the battens, and £1,300 for the Great Eastern, have undoubtedly m fli— m»i«^ many owners to nominate, as it Is money worth picking up in these dass of reduced stakes A glance through the list mil show that there ?re some indifferent performers in tended, their connections apparently boning that in the meantime they will d^itey form sufficiently good to give flm prospects. Experience has taught, However, that it is not an easy course tor slovenly or careless Jumpers. The number of entries for both etcnte k three more than that received last year, as will be seen from the fol ~ 1928. 1929. 1930. 193L HbnDeRace ..35 Si 29 ...

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LATEST SCRATCHINGS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

IJVTEST SCRATCHINGS Newmarket Handicap — Knight's Favor, Dominant, Top of the Morn, Zanlbar, Kal tcn, Antonello, Blematlc. Basendon Stakes — Induna. All Engagements — Knight's Favor, Son nlca. Old Mine. St. Valour. Caravena. Vent sac, Forfeit. Harbinger, Sir Galahad, Peter Green. Woodend Welter Handicap— Paonln. Maiden Plate — Captain Starlight. Novice Handicap— Oracuiette, Attorney. Flying Handicap — Repast. Salcton. All Engagements — Woorady, Six Roy. Top of the Morn.

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NEWMARKET AND CUP Taurus Finns in Sprint Race Melbourne, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

NEWMARKET AND CUP Taurus Finns in Spruit Race Melbourne. February 23. Racing at Caulfleld on Saturday was re flected In the discussions tc--tey on the New market Handicap and Australian Cup. Bold fast has baen displaced by First Arrow as the most popular candidate for the New market, and Taurus has firmed to third place as result of his creditable display in the Futurity Stakes. The present order of popularity ic: — Fust Arrow. Hokuast. Taurus. Walvln. Merab, Spanish Galleon, Ughtstead, Park wood. TJmbertana, Waterllne. Molllson. The Doctor's Orders, Dick Turpln, Green Une' AUSTRALIAN CTJP Glare. Induna. Prince Don. Lampra, Liquid Cry. Cervantes. In Petto, Lady Kentrel, Stowe, The Dimmer. Mary Spa, El Rey, Dalston, Poly gonum. ' ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

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PROFESSIONALS AT TENNIS CINCINNATI, February 22 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

PROFESSIONALS AT TENNIS CINCINNATI. Fetanmnr ?-?- In a two-set match between nbe profes sionals W. T. TUdcn de:eat-?ri K Kozaluh yesterday. -Ti!den won 8 — 6. &-2. Tlldcn and Francis Hunter and Kozelun and Pare broke even in the doubles the former winning 6—3 and thu latter 7—5.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

SPECIAL NOTICE These Bargains at oar Stores in Goager St and Grote St ody !% vj mm I i ij[£^\ jfm md Smart Discontinued Lines See the big Window display at Gouger-st*eet Stores This Morning. There ore beautiful imported Bad Shoes among them in populai colors. Come and secure ft pair or two early. All guaranteed up to-date designs, every pair ft real bargain. Zc wgmSM m. ^^ SKJ^^teGP tj£ High Grade Genuine Pump Shoes FROM Smart Set, Melb.; Walters & Hunt, Melb.; Sherry Sho^ Melb.; Northeote Shoes, Melb. Tne fllustration above Is Intended only to convey to you a small . percentage of the very many designs and variety of heels that will be sold. Some lines, just a few pairs of each size, but plenty of beautiful fitting Shoes to suit everybody. You will not be dis appointed. No Phone or Mall Orders. Cash only at our Gouger ' street and Grote-street Stores. glacks Jimited GROTE ST. — '- ? 44 to 58 GOUGER ST.

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MORIALTA V. TORRENSFORD [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

MOBIALTA V. TORRENSFOED On Sunday a Morlalta team arranged by J. A. iuiuer visited Torrensiord goli links and piayed a match agamsi, Torrensiord LcnnU ciuo, which won I sets 75 games against Morialta s 1 sets 70 gamea. tte sujxs: — H. Brauer and E. W. Brauer (T.) a 'J. L. Bonytaon and Calnan, 6—2, 6 — 4; U. Kohrig and C. C. Daiy (T.) d. A. H. Magarey and J. A. Hllller, 6 — 0, 5 — 6, 6 — 3; J. W! Daly and C. G. Holdaway (T.) lost to Eric Au-lnOuse end A. MalUand. 6 — 4, 5 — 6, 4 — 6; E. O. Wuti&e ?'-* Ji. uraidwood. (T.) lost n- H. J. Hughes and B. Mutton. 4 — 6. 5 — 6; H. Brauer and Holing (T.j lcbi to Bonython and Magarey. U— 13; E. W. urauer and V. Daly (T.j d. Calnan and Mill house. 6—4; J. W. Daly and Wuttke IT.) d. Hughes and Hlliier. 6—3; Bialdwool and Holdaway (T.) lost, to Malxland and Mutton. 0 — 6. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION The semi-final, played at Port Noarlunga on Saturday, resulted:— Hillside. 11 sets; McLaren Vale, 7 sets. Port Noarlunga. 10 sets; Willunga, 8 sec (...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

SHE IS FRENCH. L-* abivc. Hare Is n loveJy native of Paris. Mdm'selle Yette des Auiiales. Sbe pavi homage £o the witchery that lies hid den vlthln the fragrant loveliness of Chamiosan face powder. She writes frcm Paris, thus: — 'Je n'emplole que la poudre Charmcean e'est un encnentement.' In English It reads: — 'I use only Charmosan powder. It is an enchantment.' The new fsce powder, made In France, Is famous. It takes TEAHS from your looks, for It StTBDTTES end CONCEALS the faults of your skin and the signs cf age most beautifully. Thus the plain or ageing skin assumes an exquisite finish and tbe dear warm tones of Youth AT ONCE. Immense sale, of course. In all shades. Price. 2/6 per box. Sold everywhere. ? ET55 THE KEW TOILET CREAM THAT , AB/ORB/ THE -TJH/ RAY/' — ' GIVE/ TitE /KIN AH EVEN RICH COPPERY TAN THAT EVERYONE : AO/ftlREy'

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TASMANIA'S MINERALS Hobart, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

TASMANIA'S MINERALS Hobart, February 23. Dunne; 1930 minerals of the value of £1,270.114 were produced in Tasmania, compared with £1,790,653 for the pre vious year. Copper was by far the biggest item, the value of tbe produc tion from the Mount Lyell Company's operations at Queenstown being £620578. Cement production waa worth £115,520, and coal £11Q)2SS, while tin contributed only £S8£92 to the total i

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MENTONE TOMORROW Acceptances and Positions 1.45 (Add. time)—TRIAL HURDLE RACE Two miles and 20 yards [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

MENTONE TOMORROW Acceptances and Positions 1.45 (Adel. tune)— TRIAL HURDLE RACE T«o mllei and 20 yards st. la. 5 Kalashle . . 10 6 2 Boocathan . 9 11 4 Lanary .... 9 2 St. 13 3 Destine .... 9 2 1 Lyell Boy . 9 0 6 Singleton . 9 0 2.15— TWO-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP Six furlongs 11 Heroic Prince 9 0 12 La Jaconde 8 4 10 Stardom .. 7 9 4 Stafford ... 7 9 2 Morrileas -.7 7 7 Black Alex 7 5 3 Jason .... 7 2 13 Anomalous .72 8 I»a Madelon 7 2 14 Dollar Lone 7 0 9 Nlantic .... 6 II 6 Opera tti^e 6 11 5 Cupidity. ..6 9 1 Flight Patrol 6 7 Z.45— HANDICAP BKUSH STEEPLECHASE Two miles and one furlong 0 isuoroon . . II c. 9 Honorium . . 10 9 2 Bursary ... 10 6 4 Melton Star 10 4 1 Handel ... 9 4 1 5 Loch Willie 9 4 6 Avro Avian . 9 2 7 snooting Boy 9 0 3 Little River 9 0 3.15— NEWMARKET TRIAL STAKES Six furlones 12 Mollison ..94i 5 Holdfast ... 9 0 1 Waugoola ..88 6 David Garrick 8 0 3 Pure B'.end 7 10 9 Toussalnt . . 7 10 I 4 Ermine ... 7 7 | 7 Amanthus .72 2 Broken Doll 6 13 11 Tirailleur . . 6 12 8...

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WEEK-END THEFTS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

WEEK-END THEFTS A gallon of oil and several de tainers, valued at 10r. were stpaen from the petrol statit^j of Mr. W, '5 Forrester, at Goodwowf-road, Cotftav ville, on Sunday. From a house in Gloucester-place Norwood, 60 feet of hose was taker on Sunday night. Another report of a money contalnes In a telephone cabinet being rifle/ wae made to the police yesterdqsnrr

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