Form and figures are regarded ns the foundation for the summing up of race prospects, and it wa,s because of these fundamentals that racegoers eagerly took an exceptionally short ...Article : 1,644 words
F. J. Perry (Great Britain), who defeated J. H. Crawford for the men's singles championship of Australia, resting after the match. J. H. Crawford, three times holder of the title, ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 88 words
A scene during Saturday's race. From left: Norn (A. F. Albert), which finished third, Brand V. (J. R. Palmer), and Morna (A. Stevens), the winner. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 36 words
Unquestionably tile feature of the Canterbury Park meeting on Saturday was the brilliant form of Australia's leading jockey, J. E. Pike. Resuming a week previously, after a ...Article : 1,727 words
The 17th Battalion at Long Bay on Saturday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 12 words
The start of the race, which was won by J. Scott, of the Manly club. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 22 words
The remarkable incident in the' Sheffeld Shield match between N.S.W. and Victoria on Saturday, when J. H. Fingleton (N.S.W.) was run out, but was recalled by the visiting captain, W. M. Woodfull ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 36 words
The monkey was quite willing to make use of the microphone when A.B.C. artists visited the Zoo. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 19 words
M. Strong (Botany), who won the State championship on Saturday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 13 words
W. M. Woodfull, who batted splendidly against N.S.W., forcing a ball from C. Hill to square-leg, where it was pursued by A. F. Kippax, the N.S.W. captain. Woodfull is 61 not out. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 37 words
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