A. AND P. SHOW.
TO THE EDITOH. Sir, —Wo desire to protest against the treatment dealt out to ue and others by the A. and P. Society over tho entries for tho pony races at tho late show. The circumstances are these ; We desired to enter our pony for four events, and were asked to pay double entry money. To that we demurred, as it was advertised in the society’s catalogue that post entries would be received. Wo asked an official there what was meant by the extra fee, and he referred ua in no pleasant way to the secretary, . whom wc saw, but received no satisfaction from him, he only referring us back to the official, but we thought it useless to again interview him, and withdrew our pony. There were others who had the r-ame experience as ourselves, so we think it right to make the matter public, and hope to receive some witisfactory explanation from the secretary of the society ns to their action.—l am, etc., Encourage Juvenile Sports. November 28.
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A. AND P. SHOW., Evening Star, Issue 15663, 30 November 1914
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