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SPORTING.

EOUTH UANTEMBURY SPKING MEETING.

The eecond days racing undflr the nnapiceß of tho South Canterbury Rao'ng Club camo off aucceß3ful!y on Thur day? £1547 wero put th r ongh the machine, making a total of £2418 for the meeting. Mr Rutherford's Proßto appropriated tho hurdlca easily, and Mr J. YoungV Sir Julias tho GladHtone Handicap, The Ladies' Brcoelet foil to Miss Rutherford"** Wire -In, whilo Mr Cowie'a Brewer beat Qiibble (tho fovorite), Kimberley an! Collage Boy m the Squatter's Haudio;pof 50"soy?, paying a dividend of £7 4«. The trot fell to Mr Biasett's Semolha, 4Qsecs, and the Ladies' Purse and Conso"ation to Mr Youag's Sir JuKus, and Messrs Hobb's Hermitage respective!} .

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SPORTING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1886, 2 November 1888

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SPORTING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1886, 2 November 1888

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