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RE. STALLIONS.

RE. STALLIONS.

At Manderaton Stud, Neentarket. SLI?iT (1910), winner of July Sires. Sevanerket, Molecorub wake., noodr wad. Tattersall dale irate& Doncaster, value 53,360. lir is the only bone that beet Cragroar r • By Ror Sand rl end at Tracery sad .Chow gaud lnnerr of Trigger, br Meddler or
February 1, 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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February 1, 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
EAST CLANDON.

EAST CLANDON.

Foggy. LINES'S The Angel Man, Gotha* Forty Foot, Fakir 111., Mutton Cutlet, Pearldiver went a mile and a half OM hurdles at half-speed; Early Hope, Katrine, Tinklebell, Grecian Maid, Eagle's Nest, Jugurtha, and Amame went a miles the fiat; Sweetest Melody, Queen Brut, 11 Kilcoa,
February 1, 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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February 1, 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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14,100. MANCHESTER Al PPODROM E. la NEIL SEYMOI and HISS In "The K ISS VIOLET Her Latest 'ratio MISS tA.:CY the Vernon. 10 9. 7e1.. r. 30 e. °t a ktily I At Baylintel calkiTOL—Seri EYfG ORB %a rash •• gams wii Carter a Orb. also Was Ham Mamma 4aa. laxt• liaatheap mck tram Trine
February 1, 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BOXING. THE RING MATINEE. Jack Goldswain Accounts for Bristowe. •

BOXING. THE RING MATINEE. Jack Goldswain Accounts for Bristowe. •

Thcrc wa s an unrehearsed incident at thel Blackfriars Ring yesterday afternoon which did not redound to the credit of one or the khaki clad o i the time that the veteran spectators, who,tlwing whole tine es-light weight champion Corporal Jack Goldswatn was figuring in the main
February 11, 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
M. INMAN V. S. GRAY•

M. INMAN V. S. GRAY•

M. INMAN V. S. GRAY • 3n till- match, at tilatgow. yesterday after noon. the colonial had the beA of the play. and put, up the biggest break of the watch, amounting to 446. meetly be red-ball pray. Ho bad further item, of 379 don 121, He, and 62. Intuan's bre!_ rune were 61 and 1
February 11, 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
STARLING SHOOTING

STARLING SHOOTING

GROUNDS. BARNSLEY.—Sisk WIG SRoGro;G.—To-morrovr ,TharedaY). Mr. Barn; adds .22 to 3 . 6 entry. 1 , 6 added; S birds each (tree), fret mime out. Start 230. WANTED. 10D STARLINGS for SattirdAT nest.— Apply ALBERT JACKSON, Fountain Inn. Todmordeu. Tel.: 90. 200 STARLINGS Wanted fo
February 16, 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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February 16, 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE SPORTING CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1916. RUGBY UNION. Eton Beaten by a Military Team. Artiaes' Rifles ..2 422 Eton

THE SPORTING CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1916. RUGBY UNION. Eton Beaten by a Military Team. Artiaes' Rifles ..2 422 Eton

College .. 0 I In the return match Eton ?re:terrlay the Art Litt Rifles gained air easy victory over Eton Cones'', in epito of fielding a weak aide. The Boys base a lot to learn at. Rugby football. lout practice arsine! better +ennui Fhoukl bring thew on. They bail a couple of g
February 16, 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England