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  4. THE WEEK IN THE RACING

    The weather outlook on Saturday morning was anything but a favorable one for the race meeting to be held at Warwick Farm in the afternoon, but a big crowd braved the elements, ...

    Article : 1,337 words
  5. "NOTHING WRONG WITH IT"

    "Can you tell me what is wrong with cricket?" I put that question to Warren Bardsley, the New South Wales captain. He eyed me. ...

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  6. V.AT.C MEETING

    Though rain fell in the early hours of Saturday morning, the weather became finer later in the day the Victorian Amateur Turf Club fixture was numerously attended. Mr. Thos. W. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. SANS APPEL'S WAGGA CUP

    The principal of last week's country fixtures was the Cup meeting of the Murrumbidgee Turf Club, held on the Wagga racecourse on Tuesday and Wednesday. This attracted a large ...

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  8. AUSTRALASIAN RECORD HOLDER

    Warstep, the successful performer who only recently created a two miles record for Australasia by getting, over that distance in 3min 24sec, when she won the Trentham Gold Cup, ...

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    Sport and War: Light Horse passing the saluting base in the Expeditionary Force route march through Sydney last Saturday afternoon. His Excellency the Governor-General, Sir Ronald Munro Ferguson, is taking the salute. The officer on the extreme right of the picture is Lieut. Harald Baker, the boxing referee at the Sydney Stadium. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    Sport and War: One answer to the query, "Should we race now ?" This is a portion of the crowd at the Warwick Farm races last Saturday afternoon. The weather was anything but inviting, yet all these folk made it convenient to attend the meetings. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. THE TOTE IN W.A.

    Under, the Western Australian Totalisator Regulation Act of 1912 the issue of licenses, which had formerly been confined to clubs registered with the W.A.T.C, was last week ...

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  12. THE CITY AND SUBURBAN

    The success of the young Australian jockey William Huxley, jun., in piloting Black Jester to victory in the City and Suburban Handicap at Epsom last week, and of J. Prout, the ...

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