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AMONG MOORE PARK PLAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 December 1916

AMONG MOORE PARK PLAYERS. Dallcy supporters' spirits were very high when their representatives had three of St. David's out for 18, but after that a magnificent fourth-wicket partnership — unbroken — of 189 was made by A. H. Brown and N. Taylor. Arthur Brown's batting for 120 not out was splendid all round — driving and placing excel lent — a chanccless display. This is his second consecutive ccnturv. and he reached the 'boundary eighteen times. He has now made 392 runs in three completed innings, his scores being 61 not out, 11 not out, 1, 33, 64 not out, 102 and 120 not out. He looks like eclipsing Ned Coffey's record of 1000 runs some few sea sons back. Taylor's 64 not out was very solid, at times brilliant. He hit nine 4's, giving only one chance — when 62. After visiting the wickets seven times and only making two runs, veteran Charlie McShine, one of the best of sports, showed his old dash in making 39 not out for Sydney Juniors, against Ultimo. It was a nice innings and his m...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESTERN SUBURBS DOINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 December 1916

WESTERN SUBURBS DOINGS. B. Taylor, who in 1907-8 scored nearly 500 runs, seems to have developed into a bowler. He took four for 26 against an unbeaten side — Erskincvillc — who failed miserably for 76. E. Lovcridge once more won the game for his side, Botany, who lost four for 140. He scored 82 not out by excellent cricket. Crack bowler G. Dallcy, Thatcher, and Webb were dealt with in turn. All will be wondering to-day if th* midget batsman can score four centuries in suc cessive games. United Service totalled 115 v. Camperdown, one for 18. Uniteds wore black arm-bands out of respect to W. French, who had the 'misfor- tune to lose his young wife, leaving three young children to mourn their loss. W.S.C.A. cricket ers in general tender their sympathy to the young batsman. J, Mathers registered the highest individual score of the season, 163 not out; v. Belmore. Opening up with H. A. McDonald (68), he added 157. Mathers scored thirty-one 4's, or 128 by boundary strokes. His partner, I...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUGBY FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 December 1916

RUGBY FOOTBALL By RAMBLER. Mrs. Frank Broughton, mother of Capt. Nor man W. Broughton, the well-known University cricketer and footballer, who was killed in action, has received news that he was awarded th« D.S.O. for gallantry in the field. The gazettal notice states that 'during a very heavy bombardment, he, on three occasions, helped to dig out men from blown-in dug-outs. Shells were bursting all round him, but he refused to take cover, ana it was mainly due to his efforts that most of the buried men were rescued. He has done other fine and gallant work.' Liout. Raymond S. Evatt, a leading member of the North. Sydney Rugby Union and Swim ming clubs, has been wounded in France for the third time. He has been on active service for 18 months in Egypt, Gallipoli, and France, where he gained his commission on the field. His brother is in the Australian Artillery. An English paper of very good repute is re sponsible for this : A contractor doing a lot of work for the army — without fee...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. CENTENNIAL PARK ASSOCIATION. December 2 and 9. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 December 1916

TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. CENTENNIAL PARK ASSOCIATION. Dtcrmtxr 2 an.l 9. I/.ttlr Coofcfc v. Suirj- Inilo.l, NV. 0 nicket; umpire*, P. M. Cohtn »nd S. lljnly. Wcollstra Allans v. Went w.rth. No. 6 u-icket; umpires, t. Hawkins mi II. Hover. Ciimmis v. Native Roic, No. 12 uicket; umpires,' G. Sthofldd and S. Sin-rick.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SECOND GRADE JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 December 1916

SECOND GRADE JOTTINGS. Gordon II. have an excellent chance of gain ing an outright win over High Schools, who were dismissed for 85, Williams .scoring 35, hitting three 6's and two 4's. Sydney Smith secured seven for 35 off 75 balls, and Sommer ville three for 48. Gordon lost three for 163. Brand is 98 not out (twenty 4's) and Brodic scored 49. The closure will probably be ap plied when Brand reaches three figures — if he does. Petersham II. appear to have made hay whilst the sun shone at the expense of Middle Harbor. Scoring 324 in the shortened afternoon was rapid work. R. Mackenzie hit up 101, in which were fifteen 4's and two 6's. L. Walters made 55 (nine 4's and a 6), and N. Grant hit eight 4's in scoring 41. Gilliver, the Glebe recruit from the Western Suburbs Association, showed excellent form as wicketkeepcr against Sydney II. at Pratten Park. He is an acquisition to the Wentworth Park brigade, though 'Gogs' Munro has been doing finely. The fielding of the whole of the Glebe...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOME CRICKET NOTES AT THE SHORE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 December 1916

SOME CRICKET NOTES By RAMBLER. AT THE SHORE. I H. Carter was apparently not afraid of North | Sydney's batting when he allowed them to have ' first knock on a good wicUet at the Shore, and I though he will hardly bring outright victory to , his side, they should win on the first innings, ? for they have eight wickets in hand with 112 runt to get. Rain may entirely upset this cal- 1 culation, and then Skipper Carter will take a I fnm resolve never to send another team in to bat on a pnnH wirk/tt. The exhilarating batting of Stacker pleased everyone. With six wickets down for 102 mat ters did not look too promising, and but for his big hitting the score would be very modest. This new Shoreman lifted one from Stevens — whose excellent length and puzzling turn had upset earlier batsmen— over the fence with ease that made it appear an every day event. Tom Howard's seductive slows received similar treat ment There was a fair growth of grass beyond the centre patch, but Stacker did not all...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SINGLE AND FIT. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 December 1916

SINGLE AND FIT. Single and fit. single and fit. Why aren't you drilling and doing your bit ? Why are you dodging the duty you owe ? Your country is calling you; why don't you go? Why do you waver, cold-footed and cowed: No mother nor dad of your loyalty proud ? Do you think you are reeded to mash and mind The girls that the gallants are leaving behind ? Get up to thr Drill Hall and collar a Hi, Single and fit. Single and fit! — Anon. It waji his first night on guard, and, of ? ci-^^ course, Mike Flaherty was on his guard against '*' *'*? nfficers and such like questioning him on hie duties. As it happened, he was at a station guard ing a magazine of powder that had arrived during the day. Suddenly the ordcrlv officer came round, nnd. aftrr the usual formalities, he commenced to question Mike. Officer: 'What would you do if the magazine blrw up?' Mike: 'Go up with the report, sir.'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Perisco pic Peeps [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 December 1916

Wm°pic%eps By CISEAUX. Australia a the most strike-ing country in the world. The Fat Man ought to be sympathetic with the miners, seeing that he knows so much about the bank-to-bank business. The coal strike has done one good thing in bringing home to the Australian the value of coal as an essential in domestic and industrial circles; the values of the navy which protects the ships which carry it over the sea; and in cidentally the value of the protective winc- nf the Old Country to a fledgling, which, left to itself, might flounder a while before bcinc swallowed in a mouthful. The British Bulldog now holds fast: ' ' ' His kennel now's a Tank. The foe whines 'Kamcradc' at sight. Forgets the ships he sank. '?cJis an accomplished pugilist, isn't he ?' Indeed he is, but he doesn't deserve any special credit for being such » fighter.' 'Why not ?' 'His mother named hfm Memtmorency and kept his hair in ringlets until he was 11. He had to fieht.' This chap, broucht up in the right way, is ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET AND CRICKETERS Not Out on Items of the Hour [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 December 1916

CRICKET AND CRICKETERS e** &~t- «-♦» ' «-?-» : : Not Out on Items of the Hour : : ? it, « — -— ? Matters in the cricket world last week were cut short by the sudden and turbulent thunder storm which swept over Sydney and suburbs late on Saturday afternoon. This afternoon, to judge by the weather throughout the week, there will be no surprise to knights of the bat and ball U something similar be experienced. Some cricketers, like ducks, revel in the rain and mud. Of that type must be many of the Moore Park juniors, for I saw numbers of them delving in on the matting wickets after the storm had passed, with knots of spectators keenly interested in the novelty. The spick and span white flanneled trousers were no longer immaculate, but the players appeared to be as earnest and as keen as ever to steal runs or capture wickets. Without this spirit of enthusiasm no sport can hope to retain a high place in the affections of the public In my long experience of the Sydney Cricket Grou...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AT THE 20th ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 December 1916

AT THE 20th ROUND. Gaily he pranced into the ring. From silken robe they stripped him free. His fitness was an awesome thing For his competitor to see. He took his seat; we saw him grin, As much to say, 'Just watch me win!' The further corner held a lad — A stripling touch but undcrweieht. A curious happy look he had, As one whose faith defied his fate. He lay at rest against the rope, A very tiny white-man's hope. The gong — the parried blows are fleet. The knock-out punch — that did not reach — Bloody and bruised, but on his feet The stripling learns— nor fails to teach— The call of 'Time,' a brief recite. The big chap says, 'This isn't right — 'There's something wrong without a doubt. How can he stand before a pro ? Why did I fail to knock him out? It's wrong— I'll have another go. He surely can't stand up to me.' The stripling murmured 'Wait and Sec.' Round 1 was 'Mons,' Round 2 'The Marr.e,' Round 3 was Ypres, and still that kid Just didn't seem to care a darn. And fought as st...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 December 1916

It is the intention of the Leichhardt Row-' ing Club to continue the time-honored custom of a day's picnic on the Woronora River, just before Xmas. The event this year is set down for 17th inst. A hearty invitation is extended to kindred clubs to come alone and join the Leichhardts on the day. The club would be glad to see any old members turn up. and row a lew ot their races over again. Meet at the Central 9 a.m., and take the train to Sutherland and meet at Boyles for Woronora.

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MENTONE RACES FIRST DIVISION HANDICAP—6 furlongs (To start it 2.30 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 December 1916

MENTONE RACES FIRST DIVISIliN* HANDICAP— * furlons*. (T.- ftar: at 2.30 p.m.) n lh It Ib Three ? 10 3 Currino ? 7 3 Lndovilih ? s 11 U.K.U. ? 7 0 Balmcr.1 ? s II (irecnoclc ? «ll' IliRh Itock ? 8 0 Alltyn ? « » Pol)r1an.ii» ? 8 .1 Klnic Murillo ? « » N«reli» ? g 3 Colonel Light .. .. « 8 Golden Wire ? 8 0 Ooolara ? « '8 Kishtlne Bob .. .. 7 11 Marchand ? 8 8 I.inix ? 7 11 King Kenneth ....6 8 Crto»la ? 7 0 Venl ? 8 3 Noble Bonnie .. .. 7 5 Balena ? 6 8 Rahfen ? 7 3 SECO.Vt) DIVISION' HAXDICAP-4 »urlonE». (To run at 3 p.m.) Short Rain ? 9 0 Rraerroir ? 8 0 Scratch* ? s 11 Belirlum Waif .... 8 0 I-ady Mola ? » II Berlo ? 8 0 Wlnacre ? S 11 Loombm ? 7 II Brichtwstcr ? 9 9 SrmlquaTer ? Til I.crd Tom ? 8 0 Knlirht Sllra ? 7 11 Hrafon ? 8 0 MoMjueterie ? 7 I) Tw« Li?hl« ? 8 0 Milloo ? 7 0 S.Tihble ? 8 7 Dinunt Star ? 7 7 Canterbury Phlck ..8 7 folchl» ? 7 7 Heart of Oak .... 6 7 Kalr Friend ? 7 5 My Kinir ? 8 5 Ena B ? 7 3 Peupee ? 8 3 .Tanda ? 7 0 Calton ? 8 .V Pan (Tilel ? 8 11 Clinch ?...

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TO-DAY'S TURF PROGRAMME ROSEBERY PARK RACES (To be held at Victoria Park.) MAIDEN HANDICAP. Of [?] soys. [?] furlongs [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 December 1916

TO-DAY'S TURF PROGRAMME ROSEBERY PARK RACES (To be held -t Victoria Pari.) ?» MAIDEN JlASMrAP. Of K-J ioti. j furlongs. ? _ it Ib »t lh Poipl* tftog ? 0 S Arorn Ln ? 11 Belmorr ? 8 12 Cnllrttr ? ' 7 Mac Murlllo ? 8 12 Jlar?lVr.uIIow ? 7 7 drramgh ? B 10 Caru» ? ' - Orbonilnota ? 8 5 KvtWn Itouvrar.. ..7 7 SUUartoo ? 8 3 vat ' ? ? 3 Blr Frit ? 8 3 Willicrfnrn ? 7 5 Sir Ira ? 8 S i^nrftirat ? 7 .1 Prince Coolie ? 8 2 whit* llrirt ? 7 5 Rtfil Cbinter /. .. 8 J KIrciric LiRbt .... 7 5 Fellmrflfld ? 7 12 Kumara ? 7 5 IoU Montti ? 7 13 Master Carina ....7 3 Inniiowtn ? 7 10 lln-.jnl Maid .... 7 3 Tnelmafleld ? 7 10 Annie II ? ' 3 1'itttda ? 7 10 (iooil Shot ? 7 3 lUmpthJre ? 7 10 Mif, Ilrrw ? 7 .1 Damaged Oooda.. .. 7 10 St. Hufua ? 7 1 Hornnl Lady .. .. T 0 Pride of Lancaster.. 7 3 JlrTle ? 7 0 Jovful lloy ? 7 3 Sera* Boy ? 7 0 Abac ? 7 3 Simplicity ? 7 7 Svlria Whllton.. .. 7 .1 Wyalong ? 7 7 linwry (llrl .... 7 3 GnrArid ? 7 7 Bunnta' Hilda .... 7 3 Dick a ? 7 7 FLYISO ITAXDICAP. 01 19...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 December 1916

WARWICK FARM RACES. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1916. £75— MAIDEK HANDICAP, 8 furlongs. For all honu that have never won a race on the flat at the time ot starting. £75— JUMPERS' FI.AT RACE, \\ mile and 100 yards. £100-JUVENIIJ: fttNDlCAP, 4 furlong!. (To be run on the new four-furlonc itralght.) £100— WARWICK HANDICAP, lj mile 100 vardj. £75-FARM STAKES, 1 mile. For all horsei that have never won a net (Maiden Race excepted) cicecdins the value ot 50 wn at timr of Knrtinc. £75— PACK WELTER, « (urlonp. Lount handicap weight, 8.0. KXTIUES CLOSE .MONDAY NEXT, i P.M. WEIGHTS on or abotit alONDAY, DKCDMBMt 11. Entrance Fee for each rare, 10'. A.J.C. Rulci. The Committee reserve the right to refute anr entry. No entry received without the necessary fee. For full partlculara tee printed programme. II. B. DANDO, SttTotair ? n Tattcnall'i Club Chimbcra, 203 Pitt-itrcet.

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ROMANCE OF TATTERSALL'S HISTORY OF A FAMOUS HORSE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 December 1916

ROMANCE OF TATTERSALL'S HISTORY OF A FAMOUS HORSE At the sales in 1911 of the horses of Sir W. Bass, the famous n.cre Sceptre was up for sale and failed to reach the reserve. It transpired after the auction, however, that this equine m-?trVe ~ as P'«hascd privately by Mr. Somer v.llc Tattersall, for his firm/ presumably. The Tatter-sail's of that day and to-day and the loundcrs of the fai,.-.-.y stand for a racinz ro. mance ot exceptional interest, and the history of the house, as related by Lydcn's Brindle in an old copy of Fry's Magazine, is worthy ol reproduction at the moment. HIGHFLYER HALL. Lord Bolingbroke did not appear to be in very easy circumstances in the matter of money and he owed much of it to Old Tat, ar. Richard' Tattersall was called. But Lord Bol-ngbrokc »V , k '°''50r of * V'V fine horse, which we.nt. ?»?/ 'he name of Highflyer, and Old Tat lordship, he would take the animal for the debt and say no more about it. And Highflyer changed hands accordingly, and in co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 December 1916

HAVE THAT DIRTY AND SOILED SUIT RENOVATED BY M.H. THOMAS « 'US™ Expert Cleaner and Prener. Co will make it rqual to New at lloderato Chirgt. CALL, WRITE, or 'PHONE. CITY US

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 December 1916

In commenting on the death in Melbourne °~^Ir- C' Studholme, the Otago Witness s»ys ? The first race Reval ran in the sole ownership of the late Mr. Carlisle Studholme caused a good deal of talk. The Finland gelding wai sold on behalf of the executors of the l-.tc Mr. t.. «? Reid and Mr. Studholme during the last Liunedin Cup meeting, and was purchased by ? — .... U-..-.W1IU11 aiiu 1 an in nis interests OH the last day of the fixture. Mr. Studholme, however, did not intend to run Reval who was really started owing to a mistake. 'After the purchase Mr Studholme said to his trainer, Just take him home,' meaning not to run the horse again at the meeting. Mr. Studholme told his friends that the horse would not be a ?starter, and believed that such would be the, case until he arrived at Wingatui in time for the second race and discovered his horse in the birdcage ready to start. The trainer had taken the horse home to Wingatui. but saddled him up owing to lack of more definite instruc ti...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROSEBERY RACES TO BE HELD AT VICTORIA PARK THIS AFTERNOON. By THE SCOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 December 1916

ROSEBERY RACES TO BE HELD AT VICTORIA PARK THIS AFTERNOON. By THE SCOUT. The Rosebery Racing Club will provid metropohtan racegoers with their sport ThU In tlTeom- th5 ViCl°ria Park R««°Ur4e in the continued absence of special trams owing to the co.il strike trouble, vehicular c?n paTronns'a,° ha' V3'', '{I* «'»P» will SSd P m.°l 'e gates of the course and a itart will be made at 2 p.m. Amicip'ti'ons7- MAIDEN HANDICAP: First Division FURPLE KING or REGAL CHANTER. Second Division: EVELYN ROUVRAY or CAROS. FLYING HANDICAP MERV BLEND .... i Kind Lady .... ? i Kaloolah ? '.' .'.' // #' ' \ FOURTEEN-ONE HANDICAP ? MA3STER ? ' , Morvcn Lass ... ? i Princess Lconie .....'.'' \\ \\ 3 ? ENCOURAGE STAKES ? Dilla ? . Fireplay ? '..'.V. ' ' \ Billabong ? ._ _'? ' 3 ROSEBERY HANDICAP: CLUBS ? , Flamboyant .... .. ? 2 Martello ? '. .' ' J FOURTEEN-TWO HANDICAP: CASH BOX ? 1 Sayhome ? 9 Toying ? ; ? ' [\ \ APPROVED STAKES'' HAUGHTY ENA ? t Hrussa ? 2 Colfrain ? *.'.'.'. '.'. '.'. 3

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TRAINING RANDWICK—THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 December 1916

TRAINING ? y RANDWICK— THURSDAY. The grass track was closed this moraine owing to the ram which fell overnight. Trainers used the cinder track mostly. Prinus ran a steady mile, and Agincourt put in a steady round. La Pcnna and Certes each did steady work. A strong round was run by Taquisma and Common Law. Astrologer spurted, and Kh»f went smartly over five furlongs. A strong mile was put in by Krithia. Alasco spurted four furlongs, while Rocos went at three-narn pace. Easy work was done by Wallace Isin glass. Tartanus went steadily, while Lady Mmn.e ran a useful mile. Gai spurted, and steady tasks were run by Rushford, Three Star Gadabout, Alcornet. Cagou, Clydeside. The For tune Hunter. Ukuwela, Sunlike, Inia, Dick Wcdgewood. Maid of Seville, Charleviue, St. Ros.ihne, Royal Laddie, Hcatherbrae, Feniraore Basuto. and Plenty. ' Charlie Mac and Sir Balfre were schooled over six flights of hurdles, and jumped well VICTORIA PARK— THURSDAY On account of hetvy rain, there was 'a very tT \...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 December 1916

^£EJ! WOLFE'S On Hand SCHNAPPS. ROSEBERY RACES ON VICTORIA PARK RACECOURSE TODAY - SATURDAY - TO-DAY 2 pjn. — FIRST RACE— 2 pjn. J. UHDERHZLL, See ROSEBERY RACES ASCOT RACES NEXT WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1916 12 NOON ? FIRST RACE ? 12 NOON 302 ? ENTRIES ? 302 J. UNDERHTLL, Secrettry. ? ASCOT RACES ? VICTORIA PARK RACING CLUB SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1916. MAIDEN HANDICAP, 100 sovs, 41 furlongs. FLYING HANDICAP. 100 sovs, 6 fUflo£g° 11.2 MAIDEN HANDICAP. 100 «ovs. 4 fur. ENCOURAGE STAKES. 100 sovs, 5 furlongs. H.I HANDICAP. 100 sovs, S furlonM. VICTORIA PARK HANDICAP, 100 sov», J mile. 14.2 HANDICAP, 100 sovs, 5 fnrlonr*. Entries Close 5 p.m. Monday Next . For Further Particulars See Programme. ? H. COBCROFT. Secretary.

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