FROM A SPECTACULAR POINT OF VIEW.
suffragette flues at a constable. eookmakerTin clover. (TIMES ANA SYDNEY' SUN SERVICES.) LONDON, 28th May^ The Derby, from a bpe'ctncul&v point of view, wa-s disappointing. Thevc was a. tedious delay of twenty-one minutes at the and one false start. The only untoward event was provided by a suffragette (Ada Rice), who fired a pistol loaded with blank cartridge at a policeman, who was clearing the course. The shot burned the policeman's clothes and injured his leg. The woman was arrested. Mr. Duryea. the owner of Durbar, is a wralthv' American, who went to France and established a stud farm when the bolting re«lrirtions Wow enforced m Now York Stole. lie wott the Two Thousand Guinea* in 1.012, ami twelve race.", of 6> v&Uu- of JJ15.000. in 1913. The result of the Derby wa* a surprise, and a tremendous win for (he bookmakers The crowd was etuimcd and silent.
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FROM A SPECTACULAR POINT OF VIEW., Evening Post, Volume LXXXVII, Issue 126, 29 May 1914
FROM A SPECTACULAR POINT OF VIEW. Evening Post, Volume LXXXVII, Issue 126, 29 May 1914
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