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Fine Record In Two-Year-Old Races TRAINER'S TENTH WIN OF SEASON Promising Elusive [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

Fine Record In Two-Year-Old Races TRAINER'S TENTH WIN OF SEASON -. Promising Elusive Elusive's win at Randwick yester- day gave trainer E. D. Lawson his tenth two-year-old success of the season. Elusive, starting at 25-1, finished strongly to win the Collingwood Nursery Handicap from the well-backed Retinue and Joy Court. Lawson had great success earlier in the season with the brilliant filly Pantomime and the colt Field Boy. Elusive is raced in partnership by veterinary surgeon Mr. E. N. Larkin, who bred the filly, and Dr. C. F. Robinson. Lawson won a number of races for the partnership with Active Service. Since Active Service, the only 'horse raced by the partnership has been Birralee, who won a couple of small events. Small Wiri The owners invested only modestly on Elusive' yesterday. "Her earlier attempts had been in four-and-a-half furlong races, and we .had no idea how she might shape over six furlongs," said Mr. Larkin after the race. "However, she is bred to stay, and I am ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
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Newborough Swabbing Filmed For Newsreels [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

I -' . Newborough Swabbing Filmed For Newsreels The A.J.C. yesterday allowed the swabbing of Newborough at Randwick to be filmed for the newsreels.. A spokesman for the I A.J.C. said:- _ , "The A.J.C. did not seek the film publicity, but realised it would be, for the benefit of rac- ing. All Stages . He said the newsreel company had asked for permission to film the swabbing tests at every stage. Newborough was swabbed after he had scored an easy win in the Thiee-Year-Old Handicap. The same horse was last the centre of turf news in October. 1948, when he was tested'for dope. The tests gave a positive reac- tion, and, after inquiry, trainer George Johnson and Newborough svere disqualified for life. Sentence Lifted On appeal,'the disqualifications were lifted, but Johnson's licence was withheld for the remainder of this season. No action was taken against Ncwborough's owner, Mrs. George Johnson. The colt is now trained by Jack Mitchell. , , Newborough won yesterday from the favourite, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

/ ECONOMIC HISTORY OF U.S.A.Wrisht . 40/ -.DECLINE OF COMPETITION . Burn» (McGraw Hill), 44/ BUS1NESS CYCLES. Vols. I and II .'.. Sclmmpeter .88/ "FLUCTUATIONS IN EMPLOYMENT . Wilson . 31/3 SOME OF THESE DAYS .Tucker . 23/9 THE PLAGUE AND 1 . McDonald . 16/9 .THE r.GG AND I . McDonald . 16/9 PARRIS MITCHELL .'.. Bcllnmann . 13/6 PLEASANT VALLEY- . Bromfield . 12/6 "POEMS FROM NEW WRITING . Lehmann . 13/3 COUNTRY CUSTOMERS - Please Add Exchange and Postase ; , TOWN AND COUNTRY BOOKSHOP J7 PITT STREET. SYDNEY._'PHONE: BUI8I7. A SELECTION OF PENGUINS HASSAN. James Elroy Flecker; BRIGHTON ROCK, Graham Greene: ODD MAN OUT. T. I. Green; A WELL FULL OF LEAVES, Elizabeth Myers; NO BED FOR BACON, -, Brahms and Simon; SALOME AND OTHER PLAYS, Oscar Wilde; NATIONAL VELVET, Enid Basnold; MANAL1VE, G. K. Chesterton; SOME DO NOT, Ford Madox ""Ford; WINESBURG OHIO, Sherwood Anderson; HAMLET. William Shakespeare; " LIFE CLASS, Ludwig Bemclmans; 2/- each. Writa for Full Litt of over 300 TITLES. THE P...

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THE SUNDAY BOOK CLUB "The Great McGonagall" [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

! THE SUNDAY BOOK CLUB-I !??????-?--?-»--?M--------?-------»»¿J "The Great McGonagaU" By A. H. CHISHOLM SHARE with me the spiritual uplift that I felt, when glancing through a Scottish rural newspaper, at coming upon this illuminating quotation: . ~ The hen it is a useful beast, And. struts abouUthe yard also; !t sometimes lays an egg or two, Or three or four or more or so. Authorship was ascribed to one McGonagall, "the Dundonian doyen of doggerel." McGonagall! Where had I met that name previously in a rhyming connection? Meditation provided an answer: McGonagall had been "discovered" and acclaimed by H. V. Morton. When journeying "in search of Scotland" the wandering author had found, in the archives of a Government department in Edinburgh, a staff magazine that contained selections from the work of the forgotten genius of 'Dundee. A reading of the verses 'provoked much Mortonian merri- ment, and in the book that deve- loped the Poet was quoted over ."several pages and applauded á...

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A Scandal Comes To Bordeaux [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

A Scandal Comes To Bordeaux By BRIAN CROZIER AN author should write about things he knows. If he can't do that, he should try writing about things no one knows, like Iules Verne or H. G. Wells. M. Francois Mauriac's book, "The Unknown Sea," (Eyre & Spottiswoode), again demonstrates Hie excellence of this principle. It is not a new book. The year of the first Paris edition was 1939. And though the English-speaking world has had to wait nearly ten years for this accomplished trans- lation by Gerard Hopkins, there is no age in it, because it deals with a background close and fa- miliar to its author-the rich middle classes of Bordeaux. Who is this man Mauriac? He is France's leading Catholic nov- elist. His name has been a house- hold word in France these several decades. His public in London, more restricted, broadened sud- denly with the publication of his "Thérèse" last year. And distin- guished critics began to link his name with that of Graham Greene, England's Roman Catho...

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CRYPTOGRAM [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

CRYPTOGRAM THE cryptogram below, written in simple code, con- ceals:- a quotation from the work of a famous English writer, the name of the writer, qtid the work from which it is taken. Each letter of the quotation is constantly represented throughout the passage by another letter; B, for instance, could be represented by Q, whenever it occurs. Every group of letters represents a word. Here is the cryptogram: MNMSBSXU BTW AWXAMBSJX JV M ATJKB, ATMKI AT.1YQ VKJE M YTWMI MXO YTSTIG YTJIIWK JX M ZSU ZPMYQ ZPJYQ. -N. A. USPZWKB, "BTW ESQMOJ" The solution will be found on Page 12

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CONVERSATION PIECE New Worlds For Old [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

CONVERSATION PIECE New Worlds For Old By GEOFFREY THOMAS Gonzalo: Had I the plantation of this isle, my Lord .... , "The* Tempest." i TTAD Gonzalo been aboard *?*? with Captain Cook it may- be that Australia would by now excel the Golden Age. It is a fascinating thought. There are not a few Australians who are convinced that she does. Others are less sure of it. It is certainly not for me to arbitrate between them. Though why not? Why not step in where angels fear to tread? After all I am not entirely un- qualified, for I yield to no man I in my affection for this land. The first time ' I came here (now over a quarter of a century I ago) it happened that I had just previously been staying on a poultry farm in-Kent, where I had been shown what were sup- posed to be the most up-to-date of methods. By a coincidence almost the first thing 1 did on landing at Perth was to visit an- other poultry larm. For some icason 1 had taken it for granted that the Australian farmer would be old-fash...

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Geelong Races [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

Geelong Races ADVANCED 3-Y.-0. HANDICAP, 6f. -MACIS, 9-0 aurner). It MARSTON GREEN, 8-1 (S. Martin), 2; PINTA DEAU, 8-2 (Paterson), 3. BETTING: 2 on MACIS, 6 v Marston Green, 20 Pin- tadeau. Divs. (for 5/): Win, 7/6; place, 7/, 11/6. 2'/i len., V* len. Time, Im 15s. Scratched: Rambro, Disguise, Harvas, Organist. MAIDEN PLATE, «f.-PADRAIG, 7-9 (Agnew), 1; DISGUISE, 8-5 (Bevis), 2; MARK FAITH, 8-4 (Silver), 3. BET- TING! Even Disguise, 4 PADRAIG, 16 Mark Faith. Divs.: Win, 33/6; place, 8/, 6/6, 20/6. *H len.. Vi len. Time, lm 14.4s. Scratched: Mohandas, Orga- nist, Land Bird, Pythcus, Renardl. SUMMER HANDICAP, »Vif.-LORD BADEN. 8-2 (Turner), 1; PETER BLANK, 9-2 (Cann), 2: THINKING, 7-8 (Lindsay), 3. BETTING: 7-4 LORD BADEN, 2 Peter Blank, 6 Thinking. Divs.: (Win), 20/6; place, 10/, 8/, 9/. % len., len. Time, lm 46s. Scratched: Prince Nigri, Bankman, Londoner, In soda Star. APPROVED HANDICAP, abt. 10i. First Division: QUEEN BEATTY, 8-10 <Vulvena), 1: MULATTO, 7-10 (Smith), 2...

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FLEMINGTON RESULTS CRITERION HANDICAP, 5f (2-y.-o. [?]llies). [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

1 FLEMINGTON RESULTS \ CRITERION HANDICAP, 5f (Z-y.-o. (¡liles). I LADY riROUETTE, Mrs. A. F. Wilson and Mr. F. W. Thomp- son's br f Whirlaway--Hecuba, .. 8-11 (C. McLatchie) . 1 VALSARI, Sir Harold and Lady Lux ton's cn I Dhoti-Twovals, 7-8 (L. Lo«) . 2 CHARKHA. Mrs. J. W. and Mr. E. A. Underwood's cn f Dhoti Wynunda, 8-6 (I. Purtell). 3 Then followed: Adela, 9-0 (V. Hart ney), 4; Luck Penny, 8-8 (A. Breaslcy), Í; Auburn, 7-3 (W. Beresford), 6: Be . witched, 7-6 (A. Bannon), 7; Dusky Rose, 7-9 (J. Dunstone), 8: Harcolas% 7-13 W. Williamson), 9; Gal Fillette, 7-11 (L. Whittle), 10; Spring Time. 7-3 (W. A. Smith), 11: Deceptive Imane, 7-3 (A. Burton). 12: Finest Hour. 7-6 (E. John- stone), 13; Sylvan Sunrise, 7-11 (W. Richards), 14: Tudor Queen, 7-1 (B. Jenkins), 15; Regulcna, 7-8 (E. iWatson), 16; Bold Girl, 7-5 UM. McGrowdlc). 17; Trumlcrc, 7-13 (H. Olsen), l8; Breeza, 7-10 (T. Unkovich), 19; Miss Victoria, 7-11 (B. Eames), 20; Neofield, 7-10 (R. Hutchinson), 21; Sunfalr, 7-12 (G. ...

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RANDWICK: RACE PICTURES AND DETAILS COLLINGWOOD NURSERY (Fillies), about 6f CHART 32 [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

RANDWICK : RACE PICTURES AND DETAILS COLLINGWOOD NURSERY (Fillies), about 6f CHART 32 BlR. Horse. Carried. Jockey. P.l' Fin. 25 ELUSIVE, 7 6 R. Selkrig, 6 RETINUE, 7 6 J. Thompson, 4 JOY COURT, 7 9 R. Pearse, 4 Flash Back, 7 3 S. Cassidy, 12 Sweet Sherry, ' 7 7 G. Podmore, 12 Film, 8 2 E. Doon, 6 Silver Bream, 8 0 G. Moore, 100 Tranquil Beauty, 7 1 J. Waterhouse, > 4 Favour, 9 0 N. Sellwood, ' 33 Play Lunch, 7 5 F. Williams, 25 .Aboulura, 7 6 K. Barrait, 100 Magic Star, 7 2 T. Mullane, Dividends. Win, £6/12/3. Order of Betting: 4 Joy Court, Favour, Flash Back, 6 100 others. Two lengths, half a length. Time, 1m 15s. Started 1.3. Judge's numbers: 6, 9, 3. . Allowances: Pearse, 51b; Barratt, 61b; Selkrig, 31b; Cassidy, 41b. Overweights: Thompson, lib; Wil- liams, 21b; Mullane, 21b; Waterhouse, lib. Eliishc (b f, 2y, Brueghel (It.)-Questionable), owned by E. N. Larkin and C. F. Robinson, and trained by E. D. Lawson; Retinue (b Í, 2y, Agincourt (tmp.)-Elanora), owned by E. S. Play- fa...

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Stage Whispers [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

Stage Whispers \/ETERAN English actor, J. H. ' * Roberts, and his wife, known > to London theatregoers as Bea- < trice Smith, will arrive in Austra lia within a month or two to begin J a season of A. P. Dearslcy's do- 1 mcstic comedy, "Fly Away i Peter," for Williamsons. They will probably appear first in Melbourne; how soon they will come to Sydney will depend on \ the ingenuity the firm can show ' in shunting a large number of available shows through a small number of available theatres. . . . "P\OG troubles are disconcerting j *-* the Tivoli. The dog is a , French poodle which is part of , the act of English singeoand com- ', edienne, Phyllis Robins, in next ; Wednesday's new Tivoli show. ' The poodle, Vicky, who is sup- , posed to be able to sing a bit, has been in quarantine in Melbourne for several weeks. Miss Robins expects that Vicky will fly up from Melbourne early this week. . . . MELBOURNE , professional managements are more than ( I ordinarily interested in...

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ONYX SCORES AT ORANGE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

ONYX SCORES AT ORANG! « ORANGE, Saturday.-Oinx.i black four-year-old geldnlj owned by A. H. Balcombe, prej sident of the Western Dislrd Racing Association, won Ih seven furlongs Diggers' Handica at the Orange meeting to-day, By Fresco- from Ready Mai Onyx is trained by R. Mason! Onyx was the first horse in It Western Districts to be swabb« at the Orange Jockey Club's Fe) ruary meeting last Saturday whé he started at JO to 1 and ran ni placed. To-day he agnin started at I to 1, and beat the 6 to 4 favou ite, Confident, by a head in a exciting finish. _ Entries close at 3 p.m. \i morrow for the S.T.C. mcetin lo be held at Canterbury on Fe mary 26. Weights will also I issued to-morrow for next S,. urday's Canterbury, meeting.

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Marwari Ends Trainer's Run Of Outsiders [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

Marwari Ends ^ Trainer's Run *'?. Of Outsiders Trainer Frank McGralh narrowly failed to produce his third long-priced winner within a fortnight in the Ingle- burn Juvenile Handicap at Randwick yesterday. His charge, Navda, which started at 50-1, was beaten by Marwari by a head. A fortnight ago McGrath won the Valicare Handicap with Laughter, at 50 to 1, and lasl Saturday the Rosehill Two-year old Maiden, for Colts and Geld- ings, with Achilles, at 25 to 1. Navda made a strong run from the half mile, where he was second-last in a field of 12. He was eighth into the straight and finished brilliantly. The winner, who was having only his third run, displayed great promise in his finishing ef- fort. He was fifth into the straight and lost a considerable amount'of ground through veer- ing out in the final stages. This was attributed to his lack of race experience. Backed early at 11-2, Mar- wari cased to 7-1. Melbourne Bred Marwari is trained for the Melbourne breeders' Messrs. V.. A. Und...

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MUSIC AND THE THEATRE They Don't Live Happily Ever After [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

[ MUSIC AND THE THEATRE | They Don't Live Happily Ever After By NEVILLE CARDUS As I listened lo "Tur'andot" the other night, during a performance which wag astonishingly good, consid- ering some of the resources available, I -Wondered if many in the audience realised that this powerful music of a composer generally associated with the gentle pathos of Mimi or the child-wife sentiment of Cho-Cho-San, was written when a malignant disease was killing him. TN a letter to a friend, Puccini feared he^would not live to finish "Turandot," and he added that "at the first performance somebody will come before the audience and say 'at this point Puccini died.' " . So it came to pass; at the scene of the death of Liu, after the E flat flute has vanished into thin air like the frail spirit of this lov- able character, Toscanini,-who conducted the fust performance of 'Turandot." turned to the crowded theatre and speaking with deep feeling, said: "At this moment the pen fell from the hand of the M...

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REPORTED BY STEWARDS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

REPORTED BY STEWARDS The stipendiary stewards re- ported as follows after yester- day's race meeting at Rand- wick: Collingwood Nursery Iliindiciip.-Be- tween Ihe four and the three. Magic Star (T. Mullane) racing crracltcally, had lo be checked causing accldcnlnl inlcrfcr ence to .Sweet Shem, which horse also had to be checked Aboulura (K. IlHrratl) hiving her first start In a unie, was restless In the stall* and at barrier rise uttemptcd to round, being badly away. Ingleburn Juvenile Handicap,-.Shell bank (J Waterhouse) reared over and fell on hit buck in (he Marline stall, the Reid being despatched without him, but as he had been tailed into line he wa» dcclured a starter. The stewards questioned A Gnrrard's handlinit of Beau Dancer, and lifter tak- ing evidence includint! that of J. King, trainer, they accepted the explanation tendered Berala Novice Hnnrileiip,-An ln<iiur> was held Into the cause of Au .See our d' Williams) lining to be cheeked ap pronchlni! the mi...

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King Set A Fashion [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

King Set A Fashion LONDON.-The King is set- ting new styles in men's clothing. In this he is following the example set by his brother the Duke of Wind- sor. The, King's contribution so far has been modest: a dou- ta 1 e - b r easted coat with four buttons instead of the six usual in Britain. B u t Savile Row tailors say they have had hundreds of orders for simi- lar suits since the King's pic- ture in the new fashion ap- peared. |A Sydney tailor commented last week: "There's nothing new in a double-breasted coat with four buttons. They appeared in Lon- don-from 1925 on. "The style the King is wearing is apparently a combination of the English formal style and the American lounge suit. "The use of one button to fasten the coat produces a lounge effect. "Sydney has had both styles for quite a long time. . "The six-button suits,help men who are rather short to appear taller. "The four-button suits were originally made on dress lines but since about 1940 they have been introduced to the...

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BRISBANE DETAILS DOOMBEN MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

\ URISBAIXE DETAMLS j DOOMBEN MEETING TWO-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP, Sf, rirst Division: REGAL STAND, 7-13 (J. Harbutt), 1, MY ROAD, 7-12 (N Best), 2, LORNA KAY, 8-0 (R. Ral- ston), 3 BETTING: Even Tres Vite, 3 REGAL STAND, IO Lorna Kay, 14 My Road, 20 Corporal, Te Lock, 25 Golden Egg, 50 Rimfclt, Fenton Lass, ?uctta, Woodleigh Lass, Grcyleg, 100 alklng Girl Divs Win, £1/0/6, place, 7/, 14/, 13/. 2 len . head. Time, Im Otts TWO-YEAR.OLD HANDICAP. 5f - Second Division: FAIR PLAY, 8 5 (D Bougourc), 1, COVER UP. 7-12 (N Stephens), 2, CIVIC STAR, 7-8 (R Maddock), 3 BETTING: 6 4 FAIR PLAY, 5 Royal EdiUon, 6 Cover Up, 7 Gay Fashion, Civic Star, 14 Scribble, 33 Evans Head, 50 Bay Court. Metamark, Rlvobel. Sarnlon Divs Win, 13/, place, 7/6, 12/, 9/. 1V4 len , 3 let Time, lm OVis NOVICE HANDICAP, lm.-First division: BRIGHT LADDIE, 9 2 (S Weiss), 1, PATMAUD. 7-6 (N Ste- phens), 2 GAY LAURIE, 7-12, inc 71b all (B Brown) 3 BETTING 4 Austral Sea, S Patmaud, 7 Gay Laurie 8 Special Release, 10 BRIGHT LADD...

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PRIZE-MONEY AT RANDWICK [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

PRIZE-MONEY AT RANDWICK COLLINGWOOD NURSERY HANDICAP: 1st £631\2nd £150, 3rd £75. INGLEBURN JUVENILE HANDICAP: 1st £641, 2nd £150, 3rd £75. THREE-YEAR-OLD HANDI- CAP: 1st £611, 2nd £150, 3rd £75. BERALA NOVICE HANDI- CAP: 1st £710, 2nd £150, 3rd £75. GLENFIELD HANDICAP: 1st £769, 2nd £200, 3rd £100. WARWICK FEBRUARY HAN- DICAP: 1st £777, 2nd £200, 3rd £100. SUNNYBROOK HANDICAP: 1st £732, 2nd £150, 3id £75.

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FIREARM MAY AIM FOR SYDNEY CUP [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

FIREARM MAY AIM FOR SYDNEY CUP Owncr-trainer H. Buckley | thinks that Firearm, -who won the Berala Novice for., him at Randwick yesterday, may develop into a Sydney Cup prospect. Firearm won the Berala Novice with topweight of 8-9. He drops to 7-0 in the Sydney Cup (2m), to be run at Randwick on April l8. "I have been encouraged to be- lieve that Firearm may prove a stayer by the way he battled on in to-day's 10-furlong race," Buckley said after the win. Staying Blood Firearm is a four-year-old horse by Enfield (imp.), sire of Melbourne Cup winners in Sirius and Rimfire. His dam was Beauty Spot. He was bred in Victoria by Mr. H. G. Raymond, and was bought as a yearling for 1,250 guineas by the late Percy Miller, of the Kia-ora Stud. M. McCarten trained him as a two-year-old for Mr. Miller, but was able to give him only one run in the season because of a troublesome off fore fetlock. At a subsequent auction Fire- arm was bought for 420 guineas by a Richmond farmer, Mr. D. Ridge, who ...

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Cycling Events [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

Cycling Events HENSON PARK.-N.S.W. Amateur Championships W Cooper, of Canter burs, and D Matthews, of Northern Sub- urbs, won the senior and junior 1000 metres lime tml championships at Hen- son Park last night 1000-Metre Time Trial Championship: W Cooper (Cantcrburs), lm 18 4s, 1, R Meplum (Newcastle), lm 18 6s, 2, S Daley (Cantcrbun), lm 18 9s, 3 Junior 1000-Metre Time Trial Cham- pionship: D Mattheus (N S ), lm 19 1s, 1, R Moore (Canterburs), lm 20 9s, 2, J Trcssidcr (Newcastle), lm 21 Is t Senior One-Mile Championship.-1st Heal L Cox (13 8s for last 220 sards), 1, C Grierson, 2 tin this heat P Pryor (Canterbury) was first oser the line but was not placed by the judges be- cause lie was not wearing a number). Heal 2 R Trcssidcr, 14 Is, 1, B Moore, 2 Heat 3 J Bcalh, 13s, 1, G Anslow, 2 Heat 4 R Hicitinbotham. 13 5s, 1, G Burrows, 2 Heal 5 W Cooper, 13 2s, 1. E Richardson, 2 Heat 6 J Steele, 13 2s I. N Starke. 2 Heat 7 S Dales. 13 3s. 1. A Domiciles, 2 I Heat 8: J. Wilson, 13 2s, 1...

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