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A LHAMBBA. daily s.so. 6.10. *>« •.a- W**k Comnsaoißg a*. 5. LITTLID TICK. OEOROB CARNEY. GEORGE BREOORY and MAI BACON.

A LHAMBBA. daily s.so. 6.10. *>« •.a- W**k Comnsaoißg a*. 5. LITTLID TICK. OEOROB CARNEY. GEORGE BREOORY and MAI BACON.

THE JOVERB. ate. /'■'(OURT. Sloana Bq. (Oet.M*. vto.Msii. Kl»b»lr. US. M.U.. Vita.. Thun., BU. S.IS. THE FARMER'S WIFE. 625rn PERFORMANCE, TO-NIOHT. XPO. 1. •|-x ALY’S. Eft*. 8.15. Mat*. W«d. ud B»t., 2.15. CLEOPATRA. A Manloal OomeAj. Jay Laurier. Alec Prasar, Neta Underwood, a
01 August 1925 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
AOGPBT 1, 1925

AOGPBT 1, 1925

01 August 1925 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
Pmoi Pence,

Pmoi Pence,

01 August 1925 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
TO ALL SPORTSMEN TEMPORARILY HARD UP. UESSRS.CH AS. BRADBURY Ltd. advance cash (not less than £5O) to any amount in

TO ALL SPORTSMEN TEMPORARILY HARD UP. UESSRS.CH AS. BRADBURY Ltd. advance cash (not less than £5O) to any amount in

reason, at strictly commercial rates of interest without probing- into your private affairs or requiring any security. We are an oldestablished firm and treat our clients with every consideration. There is no need to be nervous when dealing with us, and we will do our best to ti
01 August 1925 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
Unfair Play.

Unfair Play.

There this to said: that if a dramatic critic capable of writing good play, it would obviously most unfair were be restrained Irom submitting it to management. Ashley Dukes, Harris Deans and Herbert Farjeon are cases in point. But 1 learn that tho critics who gather round revue
11 July 1925 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
vwo asTAPei jOL. *>j*rsr

vwo asTAPei jOL. *>j*rsr

asTAPei jOL. and the obvious avoidod far possible. The Special oho contains valuable hints and news of unrenorted gallops which arc higblv belpftd to Btadeuts of running who prefer to make their own selections. THE “GEM OF THE WEEK” baa beeu brilliantly auccesefu), and has includ
11 July 1925 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
A BUCHANAN BREW

A BUCHANAN BREW

The July issue of Chariot’s Revue, ' at the Prince of Wales, is freshened up with new songs and sketches and further strengthened the accession to the cast Jack Buchanan. Beatrice Lillie has gone ; but Gertrude Lawrence remains. The defection Bcatie has given new chances to less
11 July 1925 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
THE WONDERFUL SYSTEM

THE WONDERFUL SYSTEM

DON’T KEEP YOUR BOOKMAKER—
11 July 1925 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
FROM WEST AFRICA

FROM WEST AFRICA

NARAGUTA 'N* TIN MINES LTD., P. 0. JOS, N. NIGERIA, Via LAGOS. WEST AFRICA. M".,h Dear Sir. I find Si ►tern works quite well to our httlo race meet- out ha'P. although we have nothing like the opportunity you have at home. Yours faithfully. J. W H.
11 July 1925 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
A BOOK ON KENYA,

A BOOK ON KENYA,

riu- v lavash ! in ili>)i Afi i< means lhat the e and lanatieal Ainssinian.s have taken t" the \va!-pall) Major W. ha*, lla\a>li <’* Bu title ol inti-rt \olnme eam- and sport out the frontiers ol The oallam Mai«*r has one the «.jI writer, tin siting and it evident (hat iicn mm h
19 September 1925 - Sporting Times - London, London, England