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D.J.O. SPRING MEETING. First Day—Tuesday, Nov. $9. Handicap Hurdle Race ; one mile and a half—Agent, 1; Isaac, 2 ; Katerfelto, 3. Trovatore ad Putative also started. St. Andrew's Hakdioap ; two miles— Chancellor, I ; Adamant, 2 ; Volunteer, 3. Tasman and Legerdemain, also started. Handicap Time Trot ; ; three-miles— Peggy, 1; Bella, 2; ; Billiard ‘ Ball, 3. Seven .others started. -.''-I Spring Handicap ;■ one; mile and a distance—Nautilus, 1 ;,Taleht, 2. [by telegraph.] Second Day. —Wednbsday, Noy. 30. HURDLE RACE..; : The Agent ... ; 1 Isaac ... ....... ... • 2 Trovatore ... ; «.r ...V; 3 president’s handicap, i , Tasman ... ... ... 1 Volunteer ...• 2 Chancellor ... ... 3 vi’ WELLINGTON SPRING MEETING. [BY TSDEOhAPB.]'■ Wellington, To-day. At the. Spring Meeting to-day the at tendance was poor in spite of the pleasant weather. When the saddling bell rung for the first race, only about 600 were present. Detectives were busy,* going round taking the names of all those con* oerned in the half-crown sleeps. r . RAALWAY STAKES. i . Kilda : .... .1 Randwick ... ... . 2 Grand Duchess ... .... ’ 3 Seven started. Time—lmin ISsecs. HURDLE RACE. Angler... ... ... . ... 1 Clarence ... ... ~, 2 Shamrock .... .- ... ... 3

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SPORTING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 505, 30 November 1881

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SPORTING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 505, 30 November 1881

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