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THE HALF-HOLIDAY.

00UE8IN0. , The following *r« partiouUrs of ihe 1 Ofurslng so far as deoided yesterday ; 1 Laghmor Stakes of nine puppies Winner - sco runner-up £2, third Hvk m. Mr W. fatohinn's f b Forest Queen, by Jorest Lad— Ruby, beat Mr J. McOanß'and's r w b Gipny, by Dcorfoot — H'ly. Mr J. Ojrbitt'a bkwd Maori Boy, by Calinut -M ion Girl, beat Mr b\ Franciß* f d Forester, by Forest Lad— Maid of tho Va'U-y. Mr H . Milnor'c be w b Forest Lcies, by Foreßt Ltd— Toll Tale 11. beat Mr A. Bichop'e f b Butte fly, by Bluok Prince— Lucy, Mr W. Porko' f d Doctor, by Foroat Lad— Muid of the Valley, boat Me T. Alexander's bd d Seaside, by Sea Foam— B nale Sootland. Mr J, Morton's f b Beeswing, by Forest Lad— Maid of the Valley, a bye. Forest Queen bent Maori Boy. Forest Laea beat Beeewing. Doctor a bya Forest Quoon held Glpey safe throughout a capital course. Maori Boy was a shade faster than Forester, and always tho best m anothor good oourao, Foroat Lkbs boat Butterfly, but the hnre was better than both, ttaafcido Jed off strongly from Doctor, but died away to nothjog an 4 the 1 itter won easily at the finish Beeawing bad a severe bye, Second Round. —Maori Boy led Forett ' Queen to the hare and scored two or three wre a chop, but afterwards the other outworked and boat him. Beeswing getting unsighted aftor leaving Blips allowed Forest Lqbh to tske full advantage of a hare whioh favored her ; when soaring .commnced, Forest Lass had the best of the course. Doctor ran a bye. The HalP'Holhuy FqcAps, of lOgr«yhouuds, all ages. vVjuner, £6 j tuaner-bp, £3 ; thitd dog, £1. Mr A. E»gletoti's be w d S<aretary, by Forest L*d— Tell Tale 11,, beat Mr T. AJextnder'a w bk d Heir of Lyua, by Orlohopa Linn — Nanoy Loe, Mr W. Ptttohing'B fd Fiylnp Spor, by Fjroot Lsss— Ruby, beat Mr j. Rmger'e bkw b Luolnda, by Oa'nmt— Looy, Mr H, Milner-'s r b Ofovefand Lasp, by Aberoorn— Flo, br^t Mr A. L"'o'b bkw d Stenmar, by Forest Lid— Fan (1). Mr A, Lee'i f b V orkshiro Lkbb, by H T --•« Lad— Tell Tale If,, bent Mr J. MVoiusland-'s^ 2* lu > b^ DwfootVly. Me I. Lfiwla' fw b Stabro(Z3, by Foroat Lid— Fo, bt<Rt Mr J. K. Oorrfgivti'd f d Spor lti« Life, by F irest L»d~M»ld of tho VnUoy. led and beat Hoir of Lynn. Ltcinda autJ Flyinc Spur ran a well oonteatod coureo, till tho former went lame, and Flying Spur thon won. (Jlevelund LiHB and Stenmur ran un undecided. Aftorwardfl Olovoland iiif-u beat St. amer well. Seabreeze bo*t Sporting Life m a well contested course. Zulu lost three >>r four lengths at tho start through hanging In tho Blips, but noon got m md had the fawn well beaten when be fell and got uaat^hted, after whioh be uevor got on the hare. THE SPOUTH. The footbfi.ll match and sports m the Domain attracted a numerous body of speota.ore. Tho Muff Drapers beat tho Muff Grocers by a try to noth'ng. Ihe gumo was very amusing, the playors ■oing m oocontrio coßtdmot — mggera, Oh nam n, clowna, nnd other ohar cters The Hf;orts were woll contested and roaultfcd as foliows : — ICO Yaiu)B Handicap. —D. McMillan, X, Eight started ; a good r«cG 220 Yahd3Hanpioap.— Jlankin, 1. Ten Htnrtod. QuAnxan-MiLB Uanhioai/.— F. Leg^ot md M. Hoaly, jr., dead heat. Eight sterfod. Hack Kaok.— K. Matfarlano, 1, Four ntarlod. Tukice • LKoa' f D Haok. — D»ly and Part/ or, 1, ifii.hl. pair started. Half Milh Walk —T. Pernnln, 1. Tea of- War, Gr«c>r(j vJ|Dr»porß,i|wM | won by the Drapers,

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THE HALF-HOLIDAY. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2147, 13 June 1889

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