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FASTEST SPRINTER IN AUSTRALIA. TO GO TO THE STUD. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 March 1930

a ? m m - ? m « - « m K * ? ? ani ITS FASTEST SPRINTER IN AUSTRALIA. TO GO TO THE STUD. i. One hundred and twenty-five guineas for Figure! That was the amount offered for the mare when she was submitted for sale as a yearling in Sydney. The auctioneer dwelt i'or some time on the offer, but no better bid was for hcoming and she was passed in. What a bargain missed! . After the sale Mr. Hunter White, who bred the mare, leased her to J.I Donohue. When the term expired) the lease was renewed. Mr. White was not anxious to part with ihe mare, for he wanted her for stud purposes, and he intends to mate her with Tippler at his 'Havilah' stud I next season. Figure has proved a great money winner for Donohue, and now is worth thousands of pounds. She capped- a brilliant career as a sprin er by winning the Oakleigh Plate with 9.9. . Smart though Figure undoubtedly is, she wouid have had her work cut out to win the Newmarket with her big weight. She was within 3 lb. of Greenline, whereas the la...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 March 1930

badly over the last half-mile and missed a place. Armada was well supported, but fell, and Eucla, the only other, starter; fell vat - the last fence. s : t_;_i q»„i ? ? . Turenic surprised by winning the Trial Stakes, and paid a big divi dend. He failed to gain a place in the Novice, but the drop in the weights — from 8.11 to 7.7— evident- ly suited him. Hattah, which show ed form at Murray Bridge, was favo rite, and finisheed second. Turenic, a rank outsider, took the Trial Stakes. He went to the front after they had gone a short distance, and led into the straight, then came home full of running and won easily. Hattach was bpek in the middle of the field early, but he improved his ? position coming to the home turn,! and finished weil in second place. I Knight Wood, another outsider, | put up a good race. He was always! weil placed, and finished third. j Mariquita again got away fairly well, and was always about fourth, nut could make no improvement to wards the end, and finished ...

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AMATEUR TURF CLUB ACCEPTANCES. RUN AT CHELTENHAM, SATURDAY, MARCH 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 March 1930

AMATEUR TURF CLUB ACCEPTANCES. RUN AT CHELTENHAM, SATURDAY, MARCH 29. ? il 1JO — NILPENA TRIAL STAKES — 1.30 1 One mile three furlongs. Bon Marco . .10 Jl Spanish Queen 10 3 Golden Spot . 10 10 Investigator .10 2 ' Muorette . . 10 10 Palasa ... 10 2 Nar Plume . 10 10 Spearflight . . 10 2 Paringa . . 10 10 Tamarack . .10 2 ? Sparissa ... 10 10 Coolhead . . 10 0 Faugh-a-Bal- Cryptogram .10 0 ' lagh '. . . 10 S Gravalotte' . . 10' 0 Hatteh ... 10 6 My Grey . . It) 0 Prince Nomion 10 6 Myr King . . 10 0 Kingstol ... 10 4 Our Gem . . 10 0 Marco's Price 10 3 Paso .... 10 0 Max Pistol . . 10 3 Princess Tiel . 10 0 Prince Nomion . . 1 Bon Marco ? ? 2 . . Hattah ? ? ? 3 I 2.10 — BON BON HURDLE RACE ? 2.10 ' About two miles 110 .yards. ! Calnes .... 11 2 Unohoo ... 9 3 Adon . . .11 1 Don Gingham . 9 1 ' Euphrasia . . 9 13 Malt Bier ..91 Burnaides . . 9 10 Aphenaton . . 9 0 Chateau Boy .96 Enormous ..90 War Flag ..96 Pistolva . 9 0 Adon ? 1 j Chateau Boy ? ? 2 Euphrasia ? 3 2.45 ? TURi* CLUB H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 March 1930

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 March 1930

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 March 1930

THE OAKBANK DOUBLE, AN EARLY FORECAST. With .the Issue of the weights fop the jumping double at Oakbank we are reminded of the approach of EaBter Monday Oakbank carnival. The Hurdle Race will be purely a . S.ate affair, but a number ofbtee plechasers owned in Melbourne haye been nominated for the Great East- ' .cm :Steeplechase, of miles. : Seafit heads the list in the big race, but in alloting him 12 st. 7 lb- the handicapper has not been harsh with - . him. He won the 2 J miles steeple* chase at Fiemington 3 fortnight ago t ?with 12 st. 5 lb., and with 12 ,st. 13. ; lb. ran fourth over the fencis at Cmilfield. Victorian horses arc nicely Handi capped, so some of them should be' induced to cross the border. Adon and Lcngworthy are other hurdlers ?engaged, and of the proved 'chasers belonging to South Australia Hun - 1 garian is classed as the best and been ' awarded 10 st. 10 lb., or 10 lb. more than he carried successfully at Vic toria Park last August. The South | Easterner, Exbo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 March 1930

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HEADS OF THEIR CLASS. SOME FROMISING TWO-YEAR-OLDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 March 1930

HEADS OF THEIR CLASS. 1 SOME FROMISING TWO-YEAR- ! OLDS. Up to a mile and a quarter Amou-j nis was easily the W.F.A. hero of the; Victorian Autumn campaign. The old fellow was in wonderful form. None of the older horses could make! him gallop when the journey ex-| ceeded seven furlongs. He 'wasi stretched cut to win the Futurity j Stalkes, but had little trouble in his| other engagements. Even the sprint-) ing cnanijJiuM, vireeniine, ieu lar short of requirements when pitted I against Amounis. High Syce wasj hardly in his spring form, but there | is no reason to suppose that he has I started down hill. j There were no new W.F.A. 'finds' ! of any great importance. Lineage, } however, shaped well enough in this class to justify hopes fcr the future.! But she will have to make consider able headway before she can bei mentioned in the same breath as| Phar Lap, who is now more than ever) head and shoulders above the rest! of his age. The New Zealand bred; gelding should be in fine order ...

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BOBBY LEWIS IN HOT WATER. SHOULD PHAR LAP HAVE WON MELBOURNE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 28 March 1930

BOBBY LEWIS IN HOT WATER. SHOULD PHAR LAP HAVE WON MELBOURNE CUP. t'i '* 7* - -'Now what about the Mel bourne Cup?' spectators shouted ? as' they saw Phar Lap gain nearly a hundred yards' breaks ' ~ on the »fieid in the two miles'! King's Plate at Fiemington. And sotae of them added: 'If Bob Lewis had lgt him go instead of fighting; ^ with him he would have done the j same to the Cup field.' - :Phar Lap got so far ahead of the ; opposition that attention was taken! off him and concentrated on the j battle for second place, for on this | most betting centred, Lineage being , favorite at 6 to 4 and Second Wind, ' an outsidier, at 3 to .1. ' -With W. Elliott sitting against him, Phar Lap gained 20 lengths in , th,e first five 'furlongs as they gal-j loped past the judge the first time,! and 'then letting him stretch but a little more freely down the back he i was just over half a furlong ahead at the five furlongs post. Then Elliott let him slown down, arid easing up to a canter he pas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 4 April 1930

VEETINQ ? ? DATE ? I hereby apply for the potltlon of 'Sport' Tips'-at for your next meeting- I submit the following as a ?ample of my abilityi on the understanding that if thli registers MOST POINTS (five for a winner, three for ? second, and one for a third), I be paid £30, and should ?t register SECOND HIGHEST £10. to supply a set ot ?elections for the next Metropolitan Race Meeting for publication In 'The Sport.' If other applicants tin with me, I agree to divide. I agree to accept the Editor's decision as final, and to abide by conditions as published; «n 'The Sport.' , . LAST EVENT (Special Salary for correct order) I ? ? a ? ? 3 . ? ? Please send me subsequent issues of 'The Sport'' to 'he value of 1/ enclosed. NAME ? ? ? ADDRESS ? ? ? ? AGENT ? NOTE. — If a race is div'ded, selection can be given for either division, but NOT FOR BOTH. If selections ard fllven for beth, only first division will cpunt. *103

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 4 April 1930

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FATE OF SYDNEY CUP FAVORITES. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 4 April 1930

FATE OF SYDNEY CUP FAVORITES. In the last 20 years two first favo rites have won the Sydnney Cup, one of these being Eurythmic. who, with 9.8. started at 2 to 1 in 1921. There has been one Sydney Cup winner with over 10.0, The Barb. 10.8, in 1869. This gives an idea of the difficulty of a win for Night march with 10.3, if it is decided to run him. j*

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FALLING BY THE WAYSIDE A Casualty— The Sliding Panel— Outwitting Coiners [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 4 April 1930

FALLING BY THE WAYSIDE ? »- - A Casualty— The Sliding Panel— Outwitting Coiners By FRANK SHAW. Mannister handled his car bo clumsily in endeavoring to avoid the gin — she was so prety — that the ? Septapod ran into the ditch and over-] turned. The girl, after a single] frightened scream, ran towards the disaster. Mannister fainted as she lifted his head from the ground and ! sne stared rather helplessly about hpr. There was water in -the ditch bot tom; but it called for strenuous exer tion on her part before she could dip her foolish wisp of a handkerchief therein. The driDS on Mannister's face failed to arouse him to con sciousness, however; he lay inert, breathing stertorously. The girl waited for tense minutes, hoping another car would pass along ? the dusty road ; but that hope was unfulfilled, and Mannister's groans terrified her. She consequently left him lying there, half, under the cap sized car, and hurried towards the lodge gates which Mannister had passed a little while p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 4 April 1930

I WINTER IS COMING YOU NATURALLY LOOK FOR A FEW LINES IN THE WAY OF FURNISHING TO MAKE YOUR ROOMS COSY HERE ME A FEW LINES THAT MAY BE CF USE TO YOU HEARTH RUGS! We have a splendid variety Prices ranging from . . ..... 8/6 to 16/11 DOOR SLIPS from ? 4/6 to 7/11 CARPETS, 'Beautiful Quality' ' atad Design. Tapestry, 22 in. wide .. .. .. . .. 4/11, 5/6 String Matting, 36 in. wide ? 4/9 Cocoanut Matting, 18 in. wide,. 1/2; 26 in. 2/9; and 36 in ? 3/3 BRUSH DOOR MATS, 2/3, 2/11, 3/6, 4/3 SHOP CASES, Good Value . . . . 1/11 each I BOOT DEPARTMENT | ] We have a Large Assortment of Men's and Youths' Boots and Shoes. Secure I them now before the Wet Weather comjes right on you MEN'S BALS, in Tan Nigger and Black to go from ? 17/6 to 27/6 pair These are well made goods, with Quality LADIES' Glaice Kid and Patent Leather, Ox- | ford, One-bar and Ankle Straps. Up-to-date | styles, ranging from . . . . 15/9 to 32/6 pair I MEN'S DEPARTMENT MEN'S FLANNELETTE PYJAMA SUITS. .lust opened ? 5/11, 7/6,...

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AUSTRALIA'S SCORER AND BAGGAGE MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 4 April 1930

AUSTRALIA'S SCORER AND BAGCAGE MAN. Bill Ferguson, who has passed! most of the past 20 years or so in! travelling with Australian and Eng-' lish teams as scorer and basgage' man. will asain occupy these posi-| tions with the Australian team this! vear. Such an institution has Bill; become in this connection that no touring team is complete without nun. ana v/nat he does mt know about cricket and about the 1^-sding English and Australian players ofi the past 20 years, is hard'-' worth' knowing. He has just coi-.^.c-cd he' tonv of New Zealand with Harold Gilligan's English team, and is on; the Orford, by which boat the Aua-i ?ralians will travel. Bill's duties do-i not begin until he reaches England.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 4 April 1930

WHAT INKS SPENDING COST ? How much does it cost you to spend £100? The answer is £100 down, and at least 13 per annum for the rest of your life. Yet v/hat man would knowingly spend £100 that put him under obligation 1 to pay £4 per year for life? None, perhaps, but many do it unconsciously when they spend money ? that might otherwise have earned interest at 4% indefinitely. ? *. Every pound you spend has attached to it an invisible string of pennies which you spend with it. KEEP YOUR MONEY IN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT AND EARN, NOT SPEND, INTEREST PER ANNUM -£bmmonweaItb Savinas^anfc of Hustralta GUARANTEED BY THE COMMONWEALTH GOVERNMENT

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WRONGLY NAMED. HOW CHUMREE ORIGINATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 4 April 1930

WRONGLY NAMED. HOW CHUMREE ORIGINATED. , Harry Torr trained horses in the East for some years, and Anglo Indian expressions linger in his „ memory. Thus, when the time came for registering the gelding by Com ?c-dy King — Mittalla he chose the name Chuniery, which connotes an establishment where bachelor friends foregather. By mischance Chumery was con verted into Chumree. Rectification of the error would involve expense and bother. Torr is content for the son of Comedy King to go on dis tinguishing himself over the battens as Chumree. Jack Bullock, a former profes sional cyclist, who conducts stores in the city, is joined with Torr in the ownership of Chumree. Another of their partnership possessions is Kam bull, by Two — Killarney Rose. Strangely enough the name of this gelding also was misspelt. It bad been intended to call him Kambula, after the stud at whieh Two is stand ing.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 4 April 1930

Stop that backache! Does you back ache withqut ceasing ? Are you tortured with sharp rheumatic twinges that keep your nerves on the rack ? Do you feel old, worn out and discouraged; j dull, depressed and irritable ? Then you should suspect your kidneys ! The kidneys are the blood-iilters. Tf they act imperfectly, \'r?ur blood is being poisoned and your entire system is absorbing the poisons. It is time to stop a-nd think ! — time to take precaution against such danger. .Neglect too frequently leads to rheumatism, lumbago, sciatica, stone in the kidneys or bladder, and to dropsy or incurable complaints. Don't delay ! Use Doan's Backachs . Kidney Pills at once ; they are solely for strengthening weak kidneys, and they will not fail. Sold by all Chemists and Stores. Foster-McCIellan Co. Proprietors, Sydney DOAN'S BACKACHE KIDNEY PILLS * 99

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ONLY COST 160 GUINEAS. PHAR LAP A GOLD MINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 4 April 1930

ONLY COST 160 GUINEAS. PHAR LAP A GOLD MINE. It must be pleasant to have an as sured income from a horse that cost only ] (50 guineas as a yearling, and that seems the position of IT. R. Tel ford, who races Phur Lap on lease, and A. J. Davis, who bought him as a yearling. j Phar Lap, a gelding, may race oni quite as long as Amounis, who is| rising eight, and, judging by his form! at the V.K.C, meeting, Phar Lap is! going to take no end of beating up! to two and a quarter miles in Syd-j ney. ' I As a two-year-old lie earned onlyj £182, but his total is now over! £19,700, and the A.J.C. St. T.egerj looks a certainty for him. Last yearj it was worth £2,572, and this time iti will be quite as much. j Strephon won four races in Syd ney last autumn, and his total at the: conclusion of his three-year-old I career was £17,915. i Like Phar Lap, he won the St.' Leger, Governor's Plate, and King's] Plate in Melbourne, but he was not: a runner for the A.J.C. Derby, a race! which gave Phar Lap m...

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HOLDS CAULFIELD STEEPLE RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Adelaide Gazette — 4 April 1930

HOLDS CAULFIELD STEEPLE RECORD. The Caulfield steeple record for about two miles is held by Merauki, winner of the Gordon Steeplechase. She recorded an attractive perform ance on this occasion, but took 3.493, or 1 ii seconds slower than her record. Merauki displayed promise by finish ing second to Seafit in the Autumn Steeple at Flemington, and went one better on this occasion.

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