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THE GATE TAKINGS.

A Probable Loss,

DUNEDIN, March 9.. The takings at the cricket match today 'amounted to £54. As £57 was taken on Friday and £247 15s on Saturday, the total for the three days comes to £358 15s. It being a test match, Mr Sims takes 5(1 per cent, of the gross takings (£179 7s 6d). In other matches he takes 60 per cent. Of the remaining 50 per ~20 goes to the lessees of the c l ' "'" 1 ICs )> and 30 to the New Cricket Council (£lO7 12s Od of the Council'a quota all ti' expenses of the New Zealand advertir;ing,■■and so on, have " '•■'<• so it seems highly probable - Council will sustain a loss over tne eh.

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THE GATE TAKINGS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8814, 10 March 1914

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THE GATE TAKINGS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8814, 10 March 1914

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