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A.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING.

.:; (Received April 3,. 0:40> p.nu) { Sydney, Aprif 3. Heavy rain fell during the night making the course heavy. This morning Carbine and Antaeus ran a mile and and a half to* gether. Tarcoola .picked them up.at; .Uie': last mile and ' finished:* \weU 2min ' with Carbine, *"thne *~i*s9secß. Antaeus was beaten at the finish, the last mile being-done in lmin 53£secs. Melos went strongly for. a mile and a hall concluding with a sharp, bur%t:for six fur* longs: Rudolph again beat Dreadnought and Singapore badly over a mile and a half, time 2min 59secs. Dreadnought was four lengths behind and: Singapore hope* lessly in the rear. Wnunbrel beat Gatling in a six furlongs spin;' time Imin 25|secs. ~ Correze "and Argos hadf:a mile flutter, "the".former coining ofl»~hesfe"'lsir William did the best gaiop 6f-tW morn« ing, doing his mile in lmm 53secs. In* signia beat Aston over 6; furlongs, the timeJßeing lmin 2%^<k^\ \

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A.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2392, 3 April 1890

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A.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2392, 3 April 1890

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