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O'CONNOR AGAIN DEFEATED. [PJSB PRESS ASSOCIATION.] (Received June 30. 7.15 p.m.) Sydney, June 30. In the sculling match, Stansbury beat O'Connor. , 10 p.m. The weather was fine for the race between Stansbury and O'Connor to-d»y» and betting was 3 to 1 against the latter. Stansbury gay.* hi*- appwwt - the choice of position, and for a < short time the Canadian held a lend of/a length to » length and a half.' Starisbury, however, rowed a waiting mm,- uwJ^iWiiDon as he spurted, 'easily caught his opponent, and from tho mUe post won as he liked. He came m eight lengths ,a|ieftd. Time, 2'2min 69secs. O'Connor appeared to be considerably distressed before the race was half ov-ir., •

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AQUATIC., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2455, 1 July 1890

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AQUATIC. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2455, 1 July 1890

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