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LIST <5F HA'NBICAiPS. A 00-Ttifle cycle race from Hamilton to Auckland will be contested on Saturday next, under tho auspices of the Eden Cycle (Sub; The race Willi conclude at the Tivoli Theatre, Newton, about 7 p.m., and the prizes will 'be presented at the evening performance. The first prize is £6 and goW medal, the second £3. bhird £2, fourVtt £>l, and a valuable gold medal with road championship blue ribbon, for the fastest time. The following handicaps have "been declared by the handicapper, G. W. Hely, for the race: H. Flewellj-n and A. Elewellyn scratch, W. W. Scott sm, D. Scott 12m, Mi Scobt 15m, T. Benyon 22m, Jf. Wadman 22m, B. 25m, P. R. Scott 25m, G. Hovrard 25m. J. "Lynch 35m, "W. Wickatead 355, Q. Herring 35m, S. Kitchen 40m, A. Twidle 40m, T. Sullivan cOm, M. Brennan 60m, A. Viall GOm. A Stewart's handicap -vvithheld.

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CYCLE ROAD RACE., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 70, 23 March 1909

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CYCLE ROAD RACE. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 70, 23 March 1909

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