Patronizes Racing As Public Duty., Daily Racing Form, 1910-12-27


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PATRONIZES RACING AS PUBLIC DUTY DUTYHerbert Herbert Gladstone a private individual in Eng ¬ land took 110 interest in racing and perhaps never attended race course As Lord Gladstone gover ¬ norgeneral of the United Stales of South Africa he conceives it to be Ills duty to be interested in the things that wigage the attention and receive the sup ¬ port of a large portion of the people of the common ¬ wealth of which he Is the head Pursuing this view lie attended In stale the opening of the spring meeting of th v South African Turf Club at Cape ¬ town In November

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