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The Wonderful System

The Wonderful System

The “Wonderful System” is what its name implies as it represents A SURE INCOME FROM RACING. “The Sporting Times.” The price of our System is TWO POUNDS 'which is a mere nothing when you consider it lasts for ever and does NOT have to be supplemented in any way by having to purch
09 October 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
W.C.2.

W.C.2.

09 October 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
THE ROULETTE PROBLEM SOLVED Chartered Accountants have certified that owr consecutive period of 70 days the S. & 1). Kouletfo

THE ROULETTE PROBLEM SOLVED Chartered Accountants have certified that owr consecutive period of 70 days the S. & 1). Kouletfo

method showed a urt profit 2.02 S POINTS., The maximum stake was two points, ami the ; method won on days level stakes. I boro were losing days. Price the method, *3, Average number coups, 35. L. EVANS. 3. Pleydell Court, E.C.4 p
09 October 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
THE DIARY OF A CLUBMAN.

THE DIARY OF A CLUBMAN.

By LO THE STOT f ING TIMES. (i,.. cliampion, is to Bio : I’eall, friend Cask an( , Krsk'.ne, K.N., "ill . fßcials. It paiUcuwrly to*enrol record number ot new blowers dining the tor‘Ucominc week, all who read this invited become a life member of the Pink Vat the A.O.F.H. on paym
16 October 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
BRIGHTON

BRIGHTON

THE ROYAL YORK Cuisine Excellent Under r>ersonal v &a*« super ntrv.denec Hurry Prost (-^ A N in,.’ INCOME-TAX are ovor.lu.i AND MUST BE PAID. If tij.abk'to nieel them apply lo the H.Ff .. who lend £i;s £125 000 nil classes Prospectus nml ITes** uiiotis free dinp amount rcauired.
16 October 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 

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TUESDAY. OCTOBER 19.

TUESDAY. OCTOBER 19.

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16 October 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
NATIONAL CROSSWORDS

NATIONAL CROSSWORDS

jQ.SOOiE. - - - 3. Contestants mar C!i<l S i O N Soli’s 4 EVERY SOLUTION MUST REACH NATIONAL CROSS WORDS 80 86. REGENT STREET, LONDON, W. 1.. BY SATURDAY. OCTO BER 23rd, AND THE ENVELOPE MARKED COMPETITION No. 2 THE LEFT-HAND BOTTOM CORNER. 5. whole advertisement must lie sent.
16 October 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
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16 October 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
WHAT OLYMPIA WILL KEVE&L.

WHAT OLYMPIA WILL KEVE&L.

Oil wrck, (Vtoui'un itit wiil fcnal lli ; I'.'-’V all Ihe world'' iv.o'l K*r nj'uU )r> miiiutii maiiul.h mi-i-rs. iti'*!•u tiH ’.' nolr tli-it t:U; in.ijoi i,f l>r liish, l.i\ in i - 1 -•s, pe ili < .i';i ln in-m’,' ■ In- oulii-lir p'.nvlKisi 1-nv t>i nn-'jlnm pnlnr-i rnr In,(I
16 October 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
THIS WEEK’S TROPICAL TALE

THIS WEEK’S TROPICAL TALE

ONE NATURAL WOMAN. Agnes Gardener adored dolls, and when she was too old to play with them she worshipped babies. She should have been married at seventeen, and if she had been born in Italy or Spain she would have had a dozen children before she was thirty. When the war broke o
23 October 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England