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  2. Advertising

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  3. PUNTERS PAST AND PRESENT.

    SINCE I wrote you latt week, Hotspur, 'Bout the difference and the rest, 'Tween the bookies and the punters, How they each of them was drest. ...

    Article : 797 words
  4. HOT STUFF.

    A CORRESPONDENT writes :ā€”I read in your paper last week about a man giving up going to races. No wonder, for it a man will stand losing his money like I and a lot ...

    Article : 438 words
  5. SPORTSMAN'S NOTEBOOK.

    THE Newcastle Jockey Club held another monthly meeting last Saturday (says our correspondent). They were favored by plendid weather, but the attendance, ...

    Article : 625 words
  6. SPORT JOTTINGS.

    Rosehill races next Saturday. Kensington and Canterbury Park race to-day. Scots Brigade, looking well, is in work ...

    Article : 1,910 words
  7. NEWCASTLE TATT'S RACES.

    THE King-strett club was not favored (our Newcastle correspondent informs us) with such weather as their popular meeting deserved last Monday, as rain fell in the early ...

    Article : 643 words
  8. MERRY BOY'S METHODICAL MOB.

    ON Friday last five pony wrestles took place at Brighton which is by tho beach. In one of them, Merry Boy was billed as a competitor. This giddy youth of a ...

    Article : 454 words
  9. LA FRANCE'S FUNNYISMS.

    A LOT of people will tell you even now that La France was a trier when Taylor's neddie dead-heated with Spock II., owned by Jumbo Barnett, and raced in the name ...

    Article : 374 words
  10. PALTRY PRIZES.

    THE mighty Tatleraall's Betting Club has availed itself of the lowest scale of prize money the A.J.C. will permit for a day's racing. The result is that owners will have ...

    Article : 479 words
  11. RUSHERS RUINED BY RAIN.

    FOR some time past this scribe has been endeavoring to show the public that owners must have first cut. If an owner misses this in the market, then good-bye to the public ...

    Article : 357 words
  12. A NOTE FROM THE NORTH.

    THE past week, in sporting circles, can only be set down as dull to a degree, scarcely an event transpiring worthy of being chronicled. True, there was a day's racing at Albion ...

    Article : 273 words
  13. SUMMONED SPITTERS.

    LAST week, in the SPORTSMAN, "Hotspur" wrote as follows:ā€” The gang referred to, when not engaged i obtaining money by false pretences, are to be ...

    Article : 686 words
  14. WILKIE'S WOBBLY WEIGHTS.

    I HAVE spoken ra often on this subject that I am nearly tired of it. One would think that Wilkie was also tired, but he isn't. He keeps on ...

    Article : 293 words
  15. KERR'S "KID."

    UNDER the above heading last week I inadvertently wrote J. Kerr" as being one of the parties mixed up in the remarkable "kid" betting transaction. THe name ...

    Article : 41 words
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