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  4. THE YEARLING SALES

    It only scans the other day that the yearling sales were held at Randwick, but already breeders are preparing for the coming Autumn sales, and by the end ...

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  5. PERSONALS

    Mr. Claud McKay, so long associated with the publicity department of the J. C. Williamson firm, was entertained at dinner the other evening on leaving The ...

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    FINISH TO THE FOURTEEN-ONE HANDICAP (WON BY DOL MERV) AT ROSEBERY PONY MEETING ON SATURDAY, WHEN A TOTALISATOR RECORD FOR A PONY MEETING WAS MADE. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. TO REDUCE FIELDS

    Owing to entries for races of the Maiden Handicap and Park Stakes order being so numerous, programmes at some of the registered proprietary meetings in ...

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  8. The Carrington Stakes

    There is unlikely to be much speculation on the Carrington Stakes until after the decision of the Villiers Stakes, and no doubt something that runs well in ...

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  9. Two-years-olds at Randwick

    If the list of acceptors for the A.J.C. December Stakes could be taken as a correct indicator, there is likely to be a large field for that race. It is ...

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  10. THE SUMMER HANDICAPS

    Speculation on the Villiers Stakes was very light up to the end of last week, and it was only to be expected that Panacre's Newcastle win would send him to the ...

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  11. FEDERAL GOVERNMENT EXPLAINS THINGS

    The Federal Government has come down to a practical viewpoint of the Amusement Tax. Matters were becoming so farcical that if a break had ...

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  12. BLAIRGOUR AS A SIRE

    Night Watch, as a Melbourne Cup winner, recently brought Wakeful's name again into prominence, and another of the latter's sons was heard from last ...

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  13. A CLOSE CORPORATION IN SCHOOLS' SPORT

    Dr. H. M. Moran, the New South Wales International Rugby Union footballer, and captain of the Wallabies, writes to the editor of The Referee ...

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  14. AN OLYMPIAD IN THE MAKING

    A Reuter's message says: "A Paris message reports that plans are under way in the army for the most extensive series of athletic contests ever held. The ...

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  15. THE RUGBY LEAGUE AND AMATEUR SWIMMING

    When the Council of the N.S.W. Amateur Swimming Association met last week, Mr. A. E. Vesper, of the Northern District of the A.S.A., moved that the ...

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