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  4. A Comparative Novice Selected to Win the Australian Hurdle

    WHEN Reviser showed such aptitude for the Moonee Valley fences by running third and winning in his first two starts ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. The Past and Present Seasons

    JUDGED on the racing season just closed, the turf in Victoria is in a very sound position, and everything points to a highly ...

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  6. A Lightweight with Stamina

    IN my opinion, the Australian Hurdle Race, which will be run at Caulfield on Saturday, rests between Migrant and He[?]are. ...

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  7. England Sending Strong Batting Side

    AT last the suspense is ended, and we know the [?]en who are to represent England in the coming test match campaign in ...

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  8. Let Us Learn From Our Olympic Failures

    IN view of the preliminary warning we received regarding the troubles which have t[?]t the Australian Olympic team since its arrival in ...

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  9. Schinner’s Story of World’s Title Fight

    PUTTING up the greatest , display of boxing he has ever shown, Gene Tunney, heavyweight champion of the world, defeated ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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