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TRAINING INTELLIGENCE.

TRAINING INTELLIGENCE.

YESTERDAY% GALLOPL OUR OwN BAUMBER. LEW FOR DONCASTER: LAST ROSE COUT. DIAMOND WLDIALNG. DUNDEE. and LEFT FOR DONOARTER PRINCE. OF ORANGE. wonderfully well, wad mat win . BELSAY. A boisterous morniou. Pau and American Boy went a =He: Taal. Blank Gal. and Alain, covered Mz furlon
19 November 1908 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FREVIOU3 WINNERS.

FREVIOU3 WINNERS.

In FOLKESTONE NOVEMBER HANDICAP (1 ail— ENTHUeIASIIC LAD won Wratenhanger Handicap tUna). 111 b. September 12. 1908. In the CUPP PLATE (arm— ADPEIA:OB Leon Smeeth Plate dim), Bet 4th. Augmd 20. 1938: and Clitt Plate Tat 121 b, deptember 12. 1908.
19 November 1908 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE TURF MARKET, MANCHESTER NOVEMBER HANDICAP. Spate Still Favourite. (IRON OV OWN - LONDON. Evwawa, Wulf no flat racing in

THE TURF MARKET, MANCHESTER NOVEMBER HANDICAP. Spate Still Favourite. (IRON OV OWN - LONDON. Evwawa, Wulf no flat racing in

progress the lea. ing Turf exchanges in town were but sparsely patronised to-day, and in consequence wagering ruled quiet on the Mancheater November Handimp. Spate still retained the position of favouritism, finding friends at 180 to 20, 900 to 100, 800 to 33, 400 to 44, 225 to
19 November 1908 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BILLIARDS.

BILLIARDS.

THE LONDON TOURNAMENT Inman Leads 744 Points. This match wee continued yesterday atter.' rfou. at Burroughes and Watts's Loird.,u rooms. in tbo presence of a "full boost." with the .cores at—lnman. 4.166; Reece, ssa—a fact high showed the first-named to have improu d upon his st
19 November 1908 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
NORTHERN UNION LEAGUE.

NORTHERN UNION LEAGUE.

Halifax Check Salford's Progress. HALIFAX 1 SALFORD .. I 2 The deferred visit of the premier Yorkshire: elan t,. Weaste provided a moo iutereetinf and exalting struggie yesterday. and the issue hang to the balance until alma the last minute of the game. In the firm half Halifax
19 November 1908 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ISE OURR.AOH,

ISE OURR.AOH,

OURR.AOH, A fine morning. DUNNE'S Limber Gunner and Opposer Went seven fartour.s; Haftmown Lad and Wild lox ill. galloped a mile and a Vllter. DAWSON% Famous, General Winter I, What a Lark. and Killioick covered fake distance: Little Marrry. Owen Roe. Newcastle, The Curmudgeon. n
20 January 1908 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TRY THE

TRY THE

, EXCELSIOR" BEER FILTER And 4 WI
20 January 1908 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ANGEL ESQUIRE."

ANGEL ESQUIRE."

THE MYSTERY STORY of THE CENTURY, the pen of that well-known author Yr. EDGAR WALLACH REMEMBER! THE FIRST INSTALMENT APPEARS LN THE ISSUE IDEAS vow ON &ALE EYES] OLYMPIC GAMES. THE GOLF Official Reoly to Mr. Johi L. Low. Yr. John L Loses protest with regard le the Olympic golf o
20 January 1908 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
catonim—A reotuated M.. J. flutter, on ist atan', flrault,—Kell'. French Maid bmt Our Jane, 3—U: beat Mot. 2-0; rest Mary

catonim—A reotuated M.. J. flutter, on ist atan', flrault,—Kell'. French Maid bmt Our Jane, 3—U: beat Mot. 2-0; rest Mary

Ana, 3-0, Often bream, GAL E. 2-0: Baker'. maw:. beat KIWI. 3-1. Kurt's ttiarry May Queen. 2-4. round:—Freleh Maul Storm King_ 2-1 Often :oat M. 2-0; (learn &re... *wet, 2-0. Third --(parry balm Often Broke,. 2-0: a b7c.
20 January 1908 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TO•DAY'S DIARY OF SPORT. TROTTiNG—Andenehaw l i IDESTBIANISH—Handierp at Audenshaw otter Trot). RABBIT COURSING—£6O sweepstakes at the Liverpool Athletic Grounds.

TO•DAY'S DIARY OF SPORT. TROTTiNG—Andenehaw l i IDESTBIANISH—Handierp at Audenshaw otter Trot). RABBIT COURSING—£6O sweepstakes at the Liverpool Athletic Grounds.

Stanley (first lay): shepherd's Tyneside Lae. v. Shilling. Shy Girl, for £lOO, at the Station Lane Grounds. Wombwell: C'ount's Dirty Dick v. Dearnley's Naughty Boy. for at the City Grounds. Wakefield £6 sweepstakes at Queen's Grounds. Barnsley. BOWLING—Hatch at Gardeners' Arno.
06 March 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England