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September 20, 1907 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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September 20, 1907 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BY TAKING BEECHAM'S PILLS.

BY TAKING BEECHAM'S PILLS.

sad beam. VIA 2/9 nee re al. list JAMES W ELSSTER. =land London WestinWatt, Rank, factland: Soak of Scotland. Olaapoc Inlaid. Bank of Irelaud. Dublin NO ON S.P. TUrf Ore cm ltd.; paatcariL• Id. J• a. RESULTS or ♦NY LC% AT WOLVERHAMPTON. MM.. CT. Allli will be wtrod to au: two wi
October 14, 1907 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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A Ana morning. NORTON'S Royal Dream. The Greek, and Pure Gem want a mile and a quarter; Dean Swift. Menu. and Portland Bay leantered Arc furlongs. PRATT% Beattie and Spanish Beauty Ally galloped a mile; Coughs Rob went six furlongs 4harply. Hexagon and Crescent cantered sty furl
October 14, 1907 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WEDAESDAY OCTOBER 16.

WEDAESDAY OCTOBER 16.

NOTICE..—One-fourth the total atm received every v.-eek wt.l be divided into CI Consolation Prize. balance will be detributed equally an,nnyct the FIRST TWENTY.
October 14, 1907 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Having finished riding abroad the American, J. H. Martin, has returned to England, and was present at Kempton on Saturday.

Having finished riding abroad the American, J. H. Martin, has returned to England, and was present at Kempton on Saturday.

Maher weighed out to ride St. Day in the Handicap, and the number was in the frame for some considerable Airoe be f ore had been se; home. eTewarTis called upon Maher to explain why he had weighed out. His answer being that it was owing to the non-delirery of a telegram !was con
October 14, 1907 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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SVXDAY NIGHT. was an animal whom no one who prides himself upon being a judge of racing or of hence could fancy for yesterday's big prise unless he was fortified by special knowledge of the filly's peculiarities. Es-en then it would base much a cane of drawing a bow at. a ventur
October 14, 1907 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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C.MLTON.

CLEVE - KT sent Favourite borne and Paul Pry about three-quarters of a mile; (bluster , felt went about five furlongs at a good pace; Twelvebore and Dark Ronald were again on the easy let; Vigilance and one or two others covered Ave farlongssteadily. AMBLE:II'n Deesroe. Morrie,
September 24, 1907 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England