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  4. THE SPORTSMAN'S NOTEBOOK.

    At the present time Australia is being inundated with circulars concerning sweeps, or consultations, that are promoted from far-off countries, such as Italy ...

    Article : 425 words
  5. RINGING THE RIDERS.

    In the second division of the Maiden Handicap at Ascot. R. Battersby had Dartington and Moornbah engaged. They were both on the 7st 7lb mark. It was ...

    Article : 153 words
  6. DRY-ROT DIGNITY OF CRICKET.

    The old moth-eaten query of, "Why is the popularity of cricket waning?" is again hobbling around on its erutehes, and stumbling into type. One of our ...

    Article : 541 words
  7. COMMITTEE CUTS LOOSE.

    With the office are we chop the following chunk of news from out of the columns of one of the daylies:—"Our Bowraville correspondent wires that owing to ...

    Article : 155 words
  8. QUINLAN QUILTS BICYCLE BETTING.

    At a meeting of the League of Swimmers held last week, Mr. Quinlan, in seconding a motion, and speaking on the decline of cycling, among other things said:—"A ...

    Article : 491 words
  9. TURFY TABLOIDS.

    Rosebery to-day. Wyong to-morrow. Wallsend will be racing to-day. Dungog Pony Club racing to-day. ...

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  10. A BARK AT BROWN.

    On Friday night last, while at Woollahra advocating the claims of an Eastern Suburbs Hospital. W. H. Brown felt the spirit move him to complain that the ...

    Article : 482 words
  11. A PECULIAR PROHIBITION.

    Last week a Victorian judge in dealing with a young man charged with embezzlement, delivered a most peculiar judgment in the case in question it ...

    Article : 226 words
  12. TALCARNO TAKES THE TEA CAKE.

    Thus the "Albury Daily News" in a recent issue:—"I thought the bushranging days were over," remarked an Albury fielder from his return in Albury from ...

    Article : 295 words
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    TRUSTWORTHY: A Good A.R.C. Performer. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  14. HOTSPUR'S SWEEPSTAKES. £100,000.

    Do yon want to get out of the rut of bitter poverty, and become rich in one act; if no, remit 5/ to "Hotspar," Stringy Bark Palace ...

    Article : 329 words
  15. I OWN IT.

    For many weeks past thousands of Australians have been devoting attention to the Newmarket Handicap. During this time the doings of the equine ...

    Article : 255 words
  16. TYERELL'S TANGLE.

    Lust week the appeals of Edward Tyrrell (owner) and C. R. Emerson (rider of the horse Strathfield) were decided by the A.J.C. Committee. After consideration of ...

    Article : 235 words
  17. RADNOR RACING ON.

    On Saturday last Radnor put up a record for the V.R.C. St. Leger Staker by running the mile and three-quarters in 8min 2½sec, or 2½sec faster than the ...

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