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I (By Telegraph.—Own Correspondent.) HAMILTON, this (lay. "W. Wilson, jockey, the victim of a motorcar accident, in addition to severe injuries to his head and internal injuries, iiad both jaws dislocated and one jaw broken. | At a meeting of suppliers of the Eureka Dairy Factory, held to consider a proposal that they should throw in their Jot wi'ih the/ New Zealand Dairy Association, at which Mr. W. Spragg was present, it was decided Ito decline the proposal and to continue on co-operative lines as hitherto. | In a series of games betweep Hamilton ■and Cambridge bowlers, the former won hy • 75. . In the final of the handicap singles for local players, McLeod defeated Manning, 23—16.' thus winning th? bowls presented-by _r. Montgomery.', , I The bicycle road race resulted:—H..Scott 2m, I;,A. Twidie. 3n>;' 2;,, V.' Scott, 44m," S.j A good finish. Trine, 45.6 i- ; I

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WAIKATO ITEMS., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 72, 25 March 1909

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WAIKATO ITEMS. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 72, 25 March 1909

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