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The •'Laneabblri" Steeplezhatic.

The •'Laneabblri" Steeplezhatic.

Turning to the candidate; for the "Lancashire " Steeplechase that ran at Lingfield, there is again' quite au extensive list. The first event in which several of them appeared was the Surrey Steeplechase, the second rice on Friday, and by sinning it, which he did very easily,
March 6, 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Match at Go!car.

Match at Go!car.

taattli place at the CoWar Cricket on eatarday afterntson betacen Chad•ick. hinthweitt, and J. T. Gledhill, Goicar, the being 60 yards, for a Make Eettina opened at. and after a 'Wench.' reoe Chadwick won, juat takinz the tape in front of Me opponent Joe O'Neill, the champion ho
March 6, 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
An Old Argument

An Old Argument

Last year's flat racing hardly afforded lair opportunities for judging whether jockeyship iu gener4 was improving or on the decline, althZugh, unless it be Rickaby, we may not have seen any likely immediate sueeessor to Maher and Wootton from amongst those whose age is in the vi
January 31, 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FEATURES OF FOOTBALL.

FEATURES OF FOOTBALL.

RACE FOR HONOURS. Big Crowds Witness the Association Games. February is going to witness a finish as I thrilling as the days old in the Association football world. For many years, I new we have looked upon it as a right for I the League to provide us with something very much out
January 31, 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

The repro And balance-sheet of the Burnley C.C. to be preeented at the annual 'meeting on Thureday chows a lone of £l;i6 bta. 9d. on lent working. which amounted for by a decreaNe in the receiptl owing to bad weather etalling fome matchee. For the third time in th or e h h ietor
January 31, 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Bowling on Nowbiggin

Bowling on Nowbiggin

Bowling amongst the Northumberland millers is apparently increasing ill Polite larity judging from the number of matches I that are now taking place and the large crowds which are being attracted by the Newbiggin evde b kLe i r e , b ar Saturday. tte sport. a rt Was O w n ell to
January 31, 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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ne P In 00 .71 r 1

May 27, 1908 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Ouse.

Ouse.

May 27, 1908 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ARTHUR MAGNUS

ARTHUR MAGNUS

Turf Commission Agent, FLUSHING, HOLIAND.
May 27, 1908 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
givin s named for th 4 ,being Br Plate beginning. haring e• race U good Stakes can only inexpen6nce. 8011

givin s named for th 4 ,being Br Plate beginning. haring e• race U good Stakes can only inexpen6nce. 8011

did 'turn, —.a th Orontwal. .ts•••li•n"es°"ndfaricatitp.,e KETTLEDRUM'S NOTES. SPORT SPORT AT YORK AND BATH. PILLO'S GREAT NORTHERN HANDICAP. 1st:180AV NSGBT. victory over Ute stands more pirit of enterprise is, indeed, abroad revealed. orthern latitudes, and Stakton's Hand in H
May 27, 1908 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England