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N.Z. METROPOLITAN TROTTING CLUB.

SPRING MEETING.

Chkistchurch, Nov. 13

The weather wee a trifle coid and dull, but otherwise conditions were favourable, for the second day of tbe New Zealand Metropolitan Trotting Club's Spring Meeting at Addington. The (rack had apparent!; recovered from the soaking it got on Tuesday evening. There was a capital attendance. Following are

Whitfleigii Handicap. P>. Edwards' Mokau 1 S. 0. Pilbrow'e March Hare... 2 W A T. Lowe's Bushranger ... 8 Lyttelton Handicap. Stevenson and McMarth's Win Soon 1 F. 0. Stanbury's Don Qe?ar... 2 Mrs M. Allen's General Elmo 3 CoURTENAY HANDICAP, M. Maher's Albert.H. ... 1 F. Frost's Red Mac 2 W. F. Clinton's Muricata ... 3 November Handicap. J. Watson's Submarine " ... 1 J. Farrel's St. Kevin ... 2 Hall and Simpson's Frandocia 8 Sockburk Handicap. N. L. Price's Betel Nut ... 1 W. Patching's Kelso ... 2 J. Laird's Lady EdDa ... 3 Metropolitan Handicap. Gianella ... ... ... 1 Persuader ... ... ... 2 Bell Metal 8

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N.Z. METROPOLITAN TROTTING CLUB., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4349, 14 November 1913

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N.Z. METROPOLITAN TROTTING CLUB. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4349, 14 November 1913

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