The Tamworth Jockey Club'a September meeting commenced in fine warm weather, with a good attendance.- Results:— ...Article : 835 words
MOTHERS AND CHILDREN IN THE GROUNDS AT BALGOWLAH. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 12 words
Left to right: Right Rev. Bishop Dunn, Auxiliary Bishop to Cardinal Hayes, of New York; Bishop T. "W. Drumm (Des Moines, Iowa); Bishop A. J. Schwertner, Wichita, Kansas; Bishop Heelan, Sioux City, Iowa. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 48 words
Inquiries for Gothic for the Caulfield Cup which were inspired by his win in the Memsie Stakes were followed yesterday by equally insistent demands both straight out and in ...Article : 1,365 words
THE SIGNATURE OF HIS HOLINESS POPE PIUS XI. TO THE ACTUAL DOCUMENT, BROUGHT BY CARDINAL CERRETTI, TO BE READ AT THE OPENING OF CONGRESS TO-DAY. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 31 words
Following are the first day's weights for the Forbes Cup meeting, which opens on September 6:- Opening Handicap, 6f.—Colmera, 10-5, Golden Grist, 9-6; Canberra Florin, 8-9; Evelyn More, 8-7; Platonic, ...Article : 356 words
From left to right: Mr. Sydney Ure Smith (president), Messrs. Fred Leist, Norman Carter, J. Muir Auld, Elioth Gruner, John D. Moore, Rayner Hoff, Miss Thea Proctor, Mr. G. W. Lambert, A.R.A. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 46 words
From left to right: Messrs. W. Burrows (secretary), A. Aird, W. D. Higgins, J. Edgerton, J. A. Edgerton, E. S. Burnet, P. N. Davies, L. Jenkins, Essington Lewis (chairman), Harold Darling, and R. W. Knox (vice-chairman). ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 61 words
Weights for the meeting of the Kembla Grange Racing Club on Saturday are:- Maiden Handicap, 4f.—Drares, 9-5; Dal Khush, 8-12; Coolulara, 8-12; Master Jolly, 8-10; Havelock, 8-10; ...Article : 325 words
MASTERS GEORGE AND GERALD LASCELLES, SONS OF PRINCESS MARY AND VISCOUNT LASCELLES, AT LITTLEHAMPTON. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 23 words
MR. H. B. SEVIER, (President). MR. C. V. POTTS, (Senior Vice-President). ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 28 words
Following are the weights for the meeting at Boolaroo on Saturday:- Railway Handicap.—Divulge, 9; Young George, 8-3; Tarro Lad, 8-3; Byissa, 8-2; Fine Lace, 7-11; Myra ...Article : 102 words
The Australasian Coursing Club's live have meeting it Mascot drew a fair attendance yesterday.- Favourites were beaten in six of the eight events decided, and there of the winners were at outside ...Article : 262 words
Results at the meeting of the Parkes Trotting Club are:- Pony Handicap Trot, 9f.—Grapenn, ser, 1; Eclipse Rock, scr, 2; Bath Brick, scr, 3. Other starters: ...Article : 609 words
Following are the handicaps for the meeting of the Australian Trotting Club on Monday:- Trial Handicap, 1½m (2.0).—Derby's Chance, Mulaven, Tewrang Boy, Flying Chimes (Q.), Wood Boy, ...Article : 312 words
Results at the Casino Tattersall's Jockey Club September meeting are:- Opening Handicap.—First division, 6f: Mr. J. E. Norris' blk g Black Hawk, by Night Hawk—Rhymerfield ...Article : 411 words
The Bowral Cricket Club, at its annual meeting, decided to withdraw from the Southern Districts Association. A series of challenge matches with city and country clubs, with a challenge shield for competition ...Article : 79 words
Steady rain fell throughout training operation at Randwick yesterday morning, but the going was not affected Trainers had the use of the course proper for specials, flags being ...Article : 719 words
Notwithstanding the decision of the National Coursing Association on Monday, that sanction having been greated for the Owners and Trainers' Coursing Company for a meeting on Thursday, the Australasian ...Article : 71 words
The spring meeting of the Inverell Jockey Club was concluded in One weather. Results:- Flying Handicap, 6f.—Cleanthes, by Chrysippus— Bromde, 8-9 (C. Holton). 1; Trillion, 8, 2; Yundtven ...Article : 205 words
The Greyhound Coursing Association's mid-week fixture will be held at Epping rececourse to-night, when nine courses will be decided. The first race is set down for 8 o'clock. ...Article : 34 words
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