BETTING INDUCEMENTS BILL.
BARON NEWTON'S ADVICE
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LONDON, March 13. In the House of Lords Baron Newton, in moving the second reading..of the Betting Inducements Bill to abolish bookmakers' circulars and the operation of tipsters, said he would advise any young man desiring to exercise the greatest influence to buy racehorses. The Earl of Rosebery owed a great deal of his high position and influence to the fact that he won three Derbys. If Mr ' Balfour had owned selling platers he would not have been driven from the Conservative leadership. The Bill.did not interfere with bookmakers' advertisements end newspaper tipping. The second reading was carried unopposed.
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BETTING INDUCEMENTS BILL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8818, 14 March 1914
BETTING INDUCEMENTS BILL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8818, 14 March 1914
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