ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Sunday Times Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 937,800 items from Sunday Times, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
937,800 results
LATE SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

iSPOÉTîM. .- On Wednesday. Atigast SS, the Kensing- , ton Park Torf Club bold one of their en -joyable meetings, and a good day's racing is} guaranteed, ííomiñations close with the 'secretary, 31 Colonial Mutual Chambers, to-morrow, at 5p.ni. Handicaps, Tnesday, ^J* ^worthy of «ote that the Kalgoorlie meeting is the first occasion in 32 years that Paddy Bolger, as he is familiarly called, has not . applied for and received a license to ride, and during that long, term ot Being, as owner, trainer, and jockey, he has never once been ender the ban of disqualification. This is aa houBrable record to retire from, the pigskin with. / : The stewards of the English Jockey Club have decided that if the gate fails to act properly when the lever is palled or if the webbing is broken by a home, it shall not be ?a start,.and-the .horses must retara to ihe* past. It having been brought to the, notice of the stewards of the Jockey! Club tiat horses in certain stables are;pereistently troublesome a...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
GREENBUSHES ROW. CLARTH'S REJOINDER. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

CËESB||S sow; CLâilrFS SE JOINDER. C. H. ULABTH writes :-When I wrote the letter which you kindly published in a pre- vious issue, contradicting the malevolent misrepresentations made on behalf of the "Greenbushes gang3 by that contemptible tool "X-Ray," concerning the application oí Ur. A. E. 'Morgans for certain leases which had been abandoned by me, the re- hearing of the application which the Minuter for Mines ordered the registrar to hold had not then token place. If it had any recognition of "X-RayV effusion would have been superfluous on my part, or, aa I then stated, had the letter been pro > perly signed disclosing the real identity of the poorly paid hireling of the gang referred to, that in itself would carry sufficient refu I tation of his malignant diatribe. It was only that as an unsigned letter in a news- paper may be expected to carry Some of the Influence. of the journal in which it appears that I deemed it necessary to write to yon in counteraction of a mean, de...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SYDNEY ITEMS. SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

.;>.'-yV''ÓV; .-, SYDNEÏ, SATUBDÀT. I sXbe wî$hàniwal of Australian-COIOTB, . Mr.^J. Macketfs BOU ; of7 The Australian Peer, fronTOl the big spring eweats itiüj:4-; 4^^;^oirlù/bàe|ora,^aB tíie . horse had been doing well, bat on shearing son» slight s|gn of lameness his owner,-wbo iwanögiSw: tb race . in England, would tal»1 no risks with bim. ? , - One of the most likely horses in taainine : í at Randwick is Sir .Leonard, who will probably be reserved for the Metropolitan-' Stakps and the Melbourne Cnn. ? Í Abington eóntiüues to do grand work, and. ea^y retains ;the positioD of fajponte fer tbe ^ffien^allà añ^^ Epsom eézâi^ orates, showed«^^ Farm last Saturday, abd both nave since. %ome ihiblieíniarkésior the big mile dash. Warrior XL ran last at Warwick Farm, and, as I said before, is mnikely to W re- served for the Caulfield pap." F. Kuhn has been giran his h'oence, w&ich was teoiporarily withheld bv the A.J.C committee. ;'; ' Brakpan and Great Staot» Payt^'e IJerby oo...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LAWYER NESBIT. EJECTED FROM A THEATRE A THREATENED HORSE-WHIPPING. ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

EJECTED FROTA THËATKE i TflBÏÂÏHffiD. BSESE-ïÇffrfflG.i ADELAIDE. SAOT¿DAT. ' : lively-.ebenes' jacenrreä L ia Ute Tivoli Theatre this week. Pariß Neabit, the well luabwn lawyer, who ia proOTtoent in the Hall divorce case, took a Ϋ <iri To^raday nigh t toaee£aodow. Bat the lálkcattaiiis were in his way, so he slashed th^ witti his pen- knife. The. jnaoagtr, Mr. Martin Marcos, ^pàjnip^m^^44i^$3^hi^: The next morning Mr.^esbitj armed with a «ding-, whiot appea|ed"J^Mr.ríSa^^'íoffiie and demanded tte «tiirn of the 2Ss. he haäi»i-l jfttr the box.. - Mr. Marchs ^ugiied ^ the ; idea and showed the law§Ferithe.&emfege. to \ the curtain, timi ask?d for £2 tb repairít Thereupon Aîr^jNesbit, in thu presence ot a j weU-kpown juwiàlkt, called the mSäger a blinky little Voltaire and'' threatened to ' th|i|^'j|iiä^^ldu^.such' oCliVsíife. ,*Mr.'j Mäp^i jm&ijiw. tfëfoost îeetj" j ^«Idiy^bj^tstèa np¡io hKLjs^5^f£kStf¿tíot tkrBaie|^aji-î?<^aBad Mm ^0%ôïfeeir /"...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

M 'M'Wk A 'S 'M^' I BUY FOR CASH AT HIGHEST PRICES Cl ?# I ll fl KANGAROO, WALLABY, OPOSSUM, Etc Mill 11V <&arte£H^^ *ar WRITE FOR LABEUR (Ami at SYDNEY,HAW4 . SOLE AGENCY IN WJL for THORNLEY & Ca's "KONDO," Concentrated Food for Horses and Cattle. Undoubtedly good stu£ Write to Charles Hermann for IVutjodars and Testimonials FOR OVER TWENTY YEARS HERR RASSMUSSEN, The Cete brated (Danish Herbalist,'&as proclaimed from the columns -of every newspaper in Australasia that his ALFALINE LOCK: PILLS contain no mercury, and that they are a Speedy and Pj&Trianent Dare for the most serious Goristîtritâohal; Blood and Skin Diseases, Gleets, Diseuargeg, and all Diseases of the Ürinary Organs. Also thatJ his ALFALINE VÎTAL&Ï PILES never fail to Cure All Nervous Diseases, especially those resulting from early ^discretion and youthful folly. ~ " . Thousands of persons haver benefited by HEBB BASSIÍÜSS^'S ADVICE, which is given FREE. Thousands hav...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CABLEGRAMS. CRICKET. AUSTRALIAN ELEYEN IN ENGLAND. MATCH AGAINST M.C.C. M.C.C., 212; Australia, 427. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

CABLEGRAMS, j ÍÜSTRILIAN ELEYEHIN : »im tkm IfilfflST ÏM. M.C.C., ÍI2 ;~Ääitrtili, LOKUON. tUTVBIMT. . - The Adiatralian 351even «rnimwicwá the 30th match of the tour on Thnrsdwagainst an eleven of M.CL C. and Ground. The home team vas mostly composed of players new ; <to Australian readers.. The wicket was l,A>ft at ¿starting, bat became firmer aa the match-progressedL ;> Tte Marleybone representatives batted i HBrsVand scored 212. Esajitsinhji j * ' FwuM innings for 00, Chinnery^ «ontríbated j [^7, and five of the otijeip got into^ double j 3. Epurl!x>w3^ tl, who gotjax foe'ÍQ5¿ was-most sue-a 'CeSÄfhjL;-.-;-? r: :.?? ,";,".*. : . '"J i Jkt thp^<îrawîng.of stumps Australia had lost two wickets íTrumper29, Duff 36) for 83, I&U being not ont 13. . Besuining yesterday Hill and Noble put on 107 bel ore the latter was ont lor 70, obtained in fine .'style. Hill /was seen at hw best in getting 138, whieh-ia his fourth oentnry and highest «core to da...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SPEECH BY THE KING. REPLY TO PORTSMOUTH CORPORATIONS. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

REfiit TÖ PÖRTSSÖÜTfl COR- PORATION . Ï 1 ' LONDON, SATUBDAT. ,Jlo Majesty Jüng isa wara, replying w the èMress of 1he Portsjnoutíi Corpo»tíons, Baid :-*K)n behalf of the Queen and myself Ilhank yoa «»rdially for the Royal con ^gratolations on the occasion of the Corona- tion, for. the recovery from my xecent ill- ness, and the conclusion of peace in 6onth> Africa. ; We have occaäon to be unfeignedly thaalcful for the mercies it has pleased Almaty God to vouchsafe to ns end to our people, and I* trust that now we arefat peace again with all the world. The; recent rejoicings, wherin the whole Empire shared; will, I trust, send ns forward, each %if*í^ra«*BtMm,i|o work with renewed ^¡g^^é$Í>f.-M» .«Bafi^ejouahêe' ead im provement of oar own heritage, and to the ^^omp^^^meiitof the ends that become a

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SPORTING. RACING FIXTURES. AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

RACING FIXTURES. . AUGUST. ! 19. Epsom B.C. 19,21,23. Broome T.G. ' 30,23. Boulder B.C. . SL. Mentone B.C. 23. Victorian Ck*' 36. Aspendale Park B.C. 27, 30. Coolgardie B C. ^. Williamstown B.C. SEPTEMBER. X Moonee Valley B.C. . 3,6. Boulder R.C. 6. Victoria Amateur T.C. ?.8, 10, 13. A. J.C. Spring Meeting. 10. Kanowna B.C. 10. Maribyrnong B.C. - i 11,12. Yalgoo District J.C, = 13. Oaklands H.C. 16,17-West Kimberley T.C. 17. Mentone B.C. 18. Mulline B.C. .. 2a Findon Hemers H.C. 24. Epsom B.C. 27. Fremantle HC. 27. Melbourne H.C.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE KING ON A CRUISE. WILL VISIY IRELAND. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

THE K1HG OK A CRUISE. WILL mu ipm , \ , * LONDON, SATDBOAÏ. * We hoaâ<m ^taulárd St^ that His MajestY¿Kjrig Inward TA jriU make an JE&tiah lalee.. The JKh« ; wgi nett Cork :SPäi$n'4lK-ñext';SOOTÍWBBÍÉBÍ \jand ~ it is his ' intention to make a^two .nipitt^hs' tour recenUy been heard ^ TPSi3üanien^, daring which lie ^^-tate|^ery;;pf5>»rtnin^r ftp* study the state¡ of tte^KBtipeasaátiy. Lbia^^^^^^^^c^^tha^ theJun^a visit Ja one of extreme satäsfaeV srâournvin Ireland will be entirely ewwesataL ' ^Öie Marquess of Lansdowne wm entertain &ng Edward :and ,QneenAlexandra yat DerreenxTonse, Kenmare.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

i Diiñhi; tíic half-línie fñWys|. yesterday » the Perth. Harriers ran their Mile Handicap I Raí» óh:j«e:|^.^p.Al'^/ÄÄ-S^The event i 5^vtÄ'ja^oc^himf^fci^X<w wïf''ran. . [ well iront stitt \^t#H>«>u$s. \vtta a I' f?wii.Rprinfe fcvthe 10k$fl y(fJs,'iand betting " ; ": sS¿ÍMÍets'J»y *-^np^^^«Î8^Eè^nrançerag tlui]oI Mt. HA: ry JJraana a^ed^as starter, andMr.'îloé-as j«dge>;.:~ '_ 'Ti J. I Xer« piiiT'otf Tül ^ fiiin-rciv whajif yon ; ! I can tiiejwr to-day^. Jail ehéítust» s HBU.BO2D».T< > <!>*.*.? -ï>&--.;vt>I ; ; I The.-eon jaar be afcinlog:fe£aor»w^pon 1 ihbna&de bf mföf pèo^fe láío^se I>op. i \-Spajre tao rbi fttw spoil thc hair, by'he. ' *

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
BOER GENERALS AND THE KING. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

- IJONDON, SATOEDAÍ. J : The London. Chronicle stab» that General ;&^fiimi|^M^'-^^;^H^iiUt#lK> ' arel afloat to land in langland, will not, aa ar-', ranged in the first instano, proceed in the ¿a.T!figeria, but ip ¿Britíah gàabaik, io see ¿be King ^mediately on their »jaival. They wifl^beacoftmpaniedby fxird Kitchener.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
QUEEN'S HALL. ANTONIA DOLORES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

QUEEN^ HALL, j ANTONIA DOLORES. j I All loveraof music will lookforward with enthusiasm to the return of. Malle. Antonia Dolores. The distinguished diva crested _quite a furore on her last visit jost twelve months ago, and her coming toar shook! be even more successful. Moue.' Dolores is bj far the greatest soprano that has ever visited this State, and ber success is doe to her re- markable versatility, ber charming person- ality, and beautiful voice. MdUe. Dolores has sung ber way through the whole of Aus- tralasia since we heard ber last, and she is now paying a farewell visit to the leading cities of each State. Mdllo. Dolores willi only give four recitals in 1-Vrth, the first of which is to be given on Thursday evening next Messrs. Nicholson and Co. announce that the box-pían wiJl- be opened at their warehouse to-morrow (Monday) morning.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

E. & J. MYERS' FÂÎORÏTS " BBOLfiÂ" BBáSD Of Pfcídés, Tomato Sauce, and Worcester Sauce» THE BEST m AÜSTRAI&L SOLD ty all MEBCHAÎÇES and GROCERS. ; Factory & Office: JAMBS-STM Perth. C. F. NEWMAN & SSH, SEEDSMEN, NURSERYMEN, FLORIST* 136 and 138 BAÏtRACK-ST. (TeL 97). VfCTORlA PARK and RIVERSDALE NURSERIES, HAVE IN STOCK -.-Trait Trees of aJI * varieties, u-orked on thc most approved stocks ; true va same. Grape Viaos. Roses all varieties. SEEDS-Agricultural, Vepet able and Flower, all leading *a<3 most approved varieties. Reliable Agents wanted, and tbe Trade Supplied.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE HALL DIVORCE. FURTHER SENSATIONS. CONTRADICTORY EVIDENCE. ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

THE PIL MOP. CONTRADICTORY lYiöESCE. ADELAIDE, SATDKDAT: Sensational as the evidence in the" Hal 4iTocce <sase has been, the sensational aspecto %ave; not yet bean finished. For ínstanos, ^heoo&chsian, Gough, and the servant girl, Hicks, Swore that after a party at Mr. Kay's boase in July of last year,1 the Kev. Mr. Wilson was driven home with- Mrs. Hall, aodF was ^ere next morning, bot a JanyWiUbepni^^ ibe bpi who says the Bev. Mr. Wilson was dropped at his iodg togs, and that she Arent home with Mrs. HalL Farther, one of the best known and most xepatab]le ladieain Adelaide will «ay that on the following day Mr. Wilson, with ;her, went to Mount Lofty, which Was^anoar elad that day, and that be oould XHÂ pos- ai My liave beeny at Mrs. Hall's thenj tie gadding the telegrams which passed between Mn^ Hidl and Mr. Wilson, certain máabers of the * ' . / -" Unitarian Choren will say that' Mrs. -Hall attended the meeting »nd advocated Mr. , Wilson being^ought back tq ata...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SECRET COALTION. MR. MOSS AS AN HONORARY MINISTER. LABOR PARTY CIRCUMYENTED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

:-:-*-:-' * ? ' When theïate Mr.. Leake entered foi negotiation with Mr. Morgana to iona Coalition Government, he was charged wit »W^ptii^todiÄ äie J^bör party. Ifc w a trae faifl. Ttie scheme vas to create party.lrom bfftív «dès of tí» honee , whic WonM beí&ongenonÁ fco be independe; of the Labor party. ïbcragh Mn Morgai was greedy for çower himBeflLhewas pr< paiéí to saidee that, in order to sqnelc the Labor party, for capitaliste and boodle] cannot tárate the dominance -of Leite legislation, wtích is designed for thebenef of tiia "masses./:']^/^<â^'|!^ed.tb/i]da jbónt the Çoalitânn, becanse to many «iii* Molina? foUowera to him, and «laobecause.soï^jt^^j^'ôw the ' . main factor in /keeping - jfch Iieake <^erniñent in power.. Therefore Mr. Leake came back into office'aa* mjacj dependent npoh tiie Labor Party aa ever for, although his Cabmet^ boasted of > slîghV majority, they^conld «äy secure it bi 'obtainining the solicf support of the ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A KNUNDERAM. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

Whit is the a^fferenoe between a bald» headed ' man, a monkey's mother, and ^^^swW: One lias ¿o hair . other bas a hairy parent; and 1 On Wednesdaynext the W.A. Society for, ' " " ito Ammpla will . %. ., Tbeî^*1be%.bíMfin of tbefands W the societ^^ekets for winch we are informed aré seiung rapidly« The ping-pong sale etil! continues 'at Hunter's Cu^ Boot Palace, corner nf flay and Barrack streets, and up tcjnow is one of the tnost buccessful eales yet biM by tins finite y.' - -..'v.' 'That entta-prisingvb©otroaker, Mr. Sam Levy, bas opened a new establishment at 27 ?tirung-Btreet. -The publie will note that perfectly-fitting boots of first-class work- manship and repairs done in the best style ate made specialties, sad in addition only tbe b^t materials are used. . ï ;' Dean's Cough Mixture once tried slwayB used. Edmund Dean sad Co., Chemists, 415 Hay-street, Perth ? Che best of wines and spirits are obtain able »at W. A. Granite's Cremorne Hotel, Perth. . The most attractive tea-r...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

ÂffSWERS TO CORÍtESPONDEST.S. "D.B.L." (Harvey).-¡Sorry you should have . been accused of something you are inno eentof. .'AS. (Bridgetown).-Apply very hot 1er , mentations; then dry quickly and keep constantly dressed with 16 per cent, car- bolic oiL If there is any discharge of pus Or excresence, syringe with 10 per cent, solution of sulphate of copper (bluestone). Keep the wound dean. Diet with bran mashes and green feed, and dose occasion- ally with linseed oil. "Porker" (Northam).-For foll grown pigs ' give the following dose in meal' end bran mash : 1 teaspoonful nitrate of potash, 2 \ teaspoonfuls sulphur, 1 teaspoonful tine tore of ipecac, 5 drops tine, nf aconite. Give dose twice daily. Feed on meal and bran mashes and green stuff. Bub throat, i side and loins with equal parts' -of olive i oil and terpentine. In cold weather see that the animal is housed warmly. "New Zealand No. 1."--Too late. "Claremont."-Received.~* -" ' ' ""Saw Mills. "-Will be considered. ( W. Wilson. S...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ROSEHILL RACES. SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

The raceâ^t B«Behïll paá^^íuoe* SBC- " cessfnlly to-day. ",'The iplîowûig are the de* *^CtTJ>KlLun)iCAr.-jUrliotori 1 ; Beaaïïa, 2? Kitty Sharp, 3. V { « STEEPLECHASE.-Monach, 1; Sportsman, 2; Ta Ta, 3. "'1K'^ ??; .? vii, 2: Maclay, 3. .'O ÄOBOST Bî^ic^.--M3yanide, 1} Fire- clay, 2; Myall, 3. - , KAWSOS STÁ?^ ^Patronage, 1 J Atan dance. 2: Bräknan. 3. -

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
WEST PERTH v. SUBIACO. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

.' .BptfcieynteeniBia^^ tras » veryfair attendance, despite, the big ? ' ^Fremantle attraction. - West won the toss and kicked riverwards, bivi -g all tíie advan- tage'o£ a good wind. ./jp^/WM/ôoètJong'in'i progress : before*.the :Subie -backs were troubled. .Weet lorwai^ Were benfr'Oñ im - proving -Leets -j^-kicking record,. but il'Namara Md Everett \I-ÍTÍ tíie fot to 1 score., Then Loel pot np ionr good goals from"Vas ñumy tóes, and the nm quarter ; '?endedV-^-; ... J Subiaco, nü,. . [.'.»? ?f t " . ... Besoming, West iorà^^ii^, wad hó^i getting a chance, did tiie needful. Sable rallied, and from a scri^ Crawford booted then*: first goaL Sabuco came again, and- Anning from a long shot «cored their second goal. West livened np, - Cross and Hoskings shaping welL M'Na i nara secured. and ^passed prettily to Loel, who kicked eighth/ goal J and his sixth. Subiaco came again, but could not find the right opening. At half-time thescores' were- , ?:; :'r " ' West Perth, 8 3 (51 points). S...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
KENSINGTON PARK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

The Kensington Park Turf Club held täjeir weeüy* meeting jesterda^jTh^dB.^M« a> very fair attendance. Protests vf ere entered against Ch^terfield in the Junípera' Flat Race, and Idabum, in the Galloway Race, for interference, bat ííter eönsideratioa the etewards di'mÎHSed them. .Details: JUMPERS'l^âTKÂCE. Seven furlongs. A. Kirkpatrick's Chesterfield, 9.4 (Glee eon) ... ... *.' -.. I S. John8t»n*sTwinkle,8.0ÎFriÛef) ... 2 J. gull's Bevenge, «.0 (Toohey} ... 3 Aurora and Eos also* started. Beftingi 6 t>4 agst Cbeeterfiéîd and Eos. 4 to 1 others. Won bv a length. Time, 1.48. GALLOWAY RACE. Sïveiin-longs. C. MtOTBOñ9js Bippte,;9.12<St. John} ... 2 J. Maalsvrd'sBminyi &lÄtOsHwright)... 3 Athyla ateo started. Betting ; » to 1 on Ripple, 5 to lagst others. V Won1 by half »head.'Time, 1.18. ; ; PARKÎïOP. Çixfnrrongs. * J. Monarf»an's Early Morn, 9.Ö (Dixon) 1 A. ' Ku*patrick?s Chesterfield^ 87 (Walker) . . ... 2 " A. Batteraon** Britania, 7:3 (6t, John) 3 Only thre...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x