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13 February 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
|3earB Ego.

|3earB Ego.

Ego. (Reprinted from The Sporting Time?, February io, 1866.) A general meeting of the Jockey Club was held at Messrs. Welherby’s office, Old Burlington Street, on Wednesday, February the 7th, present : —Mr. Alexander, Mr. Craven, and Admiral Rous, Stewards: Colonel Uaillie, Count
13 February 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
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who are equally honourable, there remarkably luek in store for senu* of your p o s p e live elients.” "They have best wishes,” replied Mr. Mortimer. promise hem prompt payments, lull I hope thev will not break the bank at the end tbe five years." l’i incess Suuitu was for lime e
13 February 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
MAKE RACING PAY by Subscribing Regularly TO THE PINK WS SPECIAL WIRES See page 5.

MAKE RACING PAY by Subscribing Regularly TO THE PINK WS SPECIAL WIRES See page 5.

13 February 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
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TJNMES are very important,” writes Gloria Swanson, in ‘‘Eve’s Own.” “And nearly as interesting as the inter-allied debt problem,” adds Diplomatic Donald. ❖ 0 GOSSIP observes that plays with swear words in them always draw more girls than men. Our theory is that men already know
27 February 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 

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DULLBROWISH.

DULLBROWISH.

The policy of these play-producing Societies is ostensibly to stage pieces [which the sordid ideas of the commercial manager —that cockshy of the intelligentzia —will not allow him to show the public. Very often when you see one of these plays actually performed you begin to won
20 February 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
Sporting Times OTHERWISE KNOWN A 8 “THE PINK ’UN.”

Sporting Times OTHERWISE KNOWN A 8 “THE PINK ’UN.”

LONDON: SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 20, 1926. jSW the WNNINGp v’ACQUIRE IT DEALING WIT!
20 February 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
RUSKIN BUILDINGS

RUSKIN BUILDINGS

Telegram!: "NOTEBOOK, BIRMINGHAM." Printed tor the Proprietors by Odhams Press Ltd., Long Acre, London, W.C. 2, and Published at 6, Racquet Court, Fleet Street, E.C. Saturday, February 20, 1926.
20 February 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
[?] THINGS~THE PINK’ UN WANTS TO KNOW [?] J

[?] THINGS~THE PINK’ UN WANTS TO KNOW [?] J

Why the Duchess of Portland likes the country better than London. ♦ ♦ ♦ Whether Iris was ever So-Ho-ey. * * Ilovv Balicff will enjoy the Glasgow Sabbath. Whether has become reconciled to English cooking. •• - • Where “Flicker Alley is. » ♦ * If the actor knows that the name “Ire
06 February 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
SPECIAL SERVICES.

SPECIAL SERVICES.

The Sporting Times Special Correspondents are present at all meetings regularly and information they are able to impart not only to regular readers, but to Race Service clients, is without equal. The following are particulars of the various Special Services offer readers: OUR GU
06 February 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England