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Auckland, April 20. The Antumn meatln^ of the Auokland Reo'Rg Club wan opened to-day at ESHenlta, the attendance , nnd racing being fair, there being no oiotie fiuiVien while the fields were of a moderate number. Tho result* wore as follows: — Tradksjcbn's Handicap ; 1 mile acd 240 yards. ICaontchivu,, 8?k 4'b (Koan) 1 Btllsta, 7«t 6 b 2 Memorandum, 6at ... ... ... 3 Five others alao ran. Won easily. Time, 2miu. Dividends— lnsldd £6 2--81; onts'de, £7 os6l No&thebn Champagne Stjk^s ; 6 for-

longs. Oorunna, 8«t JO'.b fKean) 1 0 aiy, B*t Bib (Taylor) 2 Qillt, Bst 111 b (Including lib over) (Morgan 3 No o.hara started. Ooruuuaw^s never headed and won easily. Time, lmln 17£»eo. Dividend— £2 8s 6d, Baste a Handicap ; Jf mile. Leorlna, 7at ... „. (PrUnt) 1 Laopold, 7st 71b (Lindsay) 2 Hilda, B*t2ib (Taylor) 3 Nelaoo, Lady Norah, and Mantilla, alio i ran. Liorina took the lead early m tbe race and oould not afterwards be caught, winning by a length and a half. Time— 3aalo. s«eo. Dividends— lnside, £12 j outside £9 15s. Hubdle Handicap ; 2$ miles. Orangeman, 10at 6.b (Rae) 1 Reoruit, 10dt 21b 2 Artist, list 3 Two others also ran. Time— 4ule, 32<eo. Dividends— 36s and 375. Great Northern St Leobr; I| mle and 132 yards. Oulrassler, Bst 101 b (Oorr) 1 Hilda, B it 51b... (Taylor) 2 Hune, 8»t 81b ... ... (Wright) 3 These were the only starters. Won easily. Dividends— 24s and 24i 6 1.

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AUOKLAND AUTUMN MEETING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2115, 22 April 1889

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AUOKLAND AUTUMN MEETING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2115, 22 April 1889

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