Vic Hartney Weds on Saturday MELBOURNE, Monday.- Victor Hartney, noted Melbourne jockey, is to be married next Saturday to Miss K. MacFarlane, of Coburg, and will not be riding at Mentone that day.
More- than 290 horses are in train ing now at Caulfield. a decline of only 25 over the last three months. Deaths of -William 'Kelso- and -Richard Bradfield leave' racing the poorer.' says Cardigan in the Melbourne Herald. Though their training methods .-.were different, both were familiar with every phase of the turf. Kelso trained States nahin 'the year .that he won- the Mel Sbourne Cup."" Other. 'good horses trained by Kelso were Poitrina. which won the Oakleigh Cup, and-' Millienie, which defeated Ar-'
tilleryman in the Ledger at Randwick when that horse started at 12/I on." Les Keiting, noted Richmond and Vic tcrian all-rounder: will emerge from re tirement to: give Herbert .Sutcliffe, tam" ous English batsman.; a little practice-at Richmond. nets to-morrow afternoon. In the north, section of CEYMS .cricket on. Saturday, Brunswick A,. against lv anhoe hit up 500 runs for nine wickets declared in three hours--at the rate 0t nearly =three: runs a minute. Jack O'Toole: left-hander, made 21 U not out in 150 minutes.