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  4. RACE TIMES IN ENGLAND

    In England comparatively little importance has ever attached to the timing of races, and for various reasons this is not surprising. For one thing ...

    Article : 840 words
  5. A.J.C. SUMMER MEETING

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 930 words
  6. A.J.C. December Meeting

    The Australian Jockey Club's December meeting was a success in every respect, the weather being favorable, the attendance totalling about 28,000, and the ...

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    THE VILLIERS STAKES AT RANDWICK ON SATURDAY LAST. The top picture shows some of the horses, led by the winner, Rebus, coming in after the race. In the lower picture Rebus is defeating Wedding Day and Sydney Damsel (though Panacre was placed third by the judge), the winner having flashed through the field in the last hundred yards. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. REBUS A GREAT MILER

    Rebus, by his win in the Epsom Handicap with 9st, demonstrated he was a great miler, out in the Villiers Stakes on Saturday he improved upon that ...

    Article : 298 words
  9. The Running of the Race

    As a detailed account of the running will be found elsewhere, it is scarcely necessary for me to touch on the race other than in a general way. ...

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  10. The Beaten Division

    Wedding Day, who won the Villiers Stake in 1916, and was second last year, ran a great race. She looked Well, but still it is probable that a race ...

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  11. REVIVING INTERSTATE BATTLES IN SPORT

    First-class cricket in Australia will be resumed on Boxing Day after a spell of four years during which war raged through Europe and drew in many ...

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  12. DIAMOND DEVILS ON THE HEELS OF THE HUN

    The Aussies in France have shown themselves to be great fighters, foragers and humorists. The man or the nation blessed with humor need never be afraid ...

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  13. PERSONALS

    International cricketer Charles E. McLeod's will has been proved at £19,827 real estate, and £1733 personal—£18,094 is divisible between his brothers and ...

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