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PROGRAMME FOR THIS DAY.

PROGRAMME FOR THIS DAY.

C5O FIRST{ LAsS TROT11NI: HANDICAP: 150 yank. £lO dutdal hest winner of final $.3.5..e00nd CS. thud 1n brats and final; frac in turn boa'. and tour break to to 'inst.—Lout how, to ono rade. 2.50-11 ere 1. ors Whiteman.. Dorothy. tondo Cbappell'a Young Probwor. Stockport .• Leo.
February 28, 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
In future newsagents and newsvendors will noels' from the publishers may the supply of newspapers that ordered. and there will

In future newsagents and newsvendors will noels' from the publishers may the supply of newspapers that ordered. and there will

be no margin. TM sasual sale of newspapers will seen be a thing of the past, and all readers of -sporting Chronloto" to mks If obtaining their espy should order It regularly from a newsagent or rosier.
February 28, 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

E. F. bniplit, the Northants and Wellidglorough G.tz. cricketer. sent in his resignation as commandant of the Rushden V.T.C., as he is going on active service. But so popular is Mr. Rniglu with the members that they have decided not to accept the resignation, desiring to keep th
February 28, 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
'FRS TURF.

'FRS TURF.

C. (Old Trafford).—The cash" bet trtually timed Full House for the 1 o'ciook raoe and Abater for the 215 event. B. (Dublin).—There were sufitedent runners. and. Newry finishing second. you are entitled to claw money. We replied In our Tuesday's issue. HEAD (Golear).—No. the Duke
February 24, 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
COL WALL.

COL WALL.

DOUBLE OBJECTION. Roman and Master-at-Arms Disqua.Med. The weather was bitterly cold at Cohull yesterday, but there au a large anew:knee. lu the last race Roman and kaater-at-Arm s were disqualified for going the wrong course, and the race was awarued to Abaku z . Details : 146
February 24, 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
No• 14,126. Telcgraptuo Aidrean: 'Chronicle. Maatherter. MANCHESTER AMUSEMENT& ippODRO3IE, ORFORD • STREET Nightly. slau Mon- Toes.. 215. GERTIE GITANA •

No• 14,126. Telcgraptuo Aidrean: 'Chronicle. Maatherter. MANCHESTER AMUSEMENT& ippODRO3IE, ORFORD • STREET Nightly. slau Mon- Toes.. 215. GERTIE GITANA •

in all her Latest FRED REVUE. BALL WOMEN,S IN FIVE TEMPERAMENTS. Weis End Gat. includlug REATIE AND BARR. Leyboarne. SIIARFB 'IROMBONICEII.9. 10 10 9 5981 Cent.. 7773 Ca? ARDWICH GRE&N. -TREMENDOUS ATTRACTION-B.SO. EMPIRE. Welcome Return Visit of GEORIn hi e Wan L t SAuccerarsSl
March 3, 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
RABBIS COURSING.

RABBIS COURSING.

March 3, 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
IaYESTWOOD GROUNDS. WlGAN.—ltagatr V COLILKING.—Tomorrow (Sat.) £7 given for 16 doge; de. entrance. Start 14. Alm Match between Walker's Monkey

IaYESTWOOD GROUNDS. WlGAN.—ltagatr V COLILKING.—Tomorrow (Sat.) £7 given for 16 doge; de. entrance. Start 14. Alm Match between Walker's Monkey

and &taroks's don ETV.. belt of 17 °purees. for £4O. Start 40 prompt.. Sweep full.
March 3, 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SUNDAY tH:EpAt D

SUNDAY tH:EpAt D

March 3, 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England