WAIPA RACES. i, (.By Telegraph. — Own Correspondent.) '1 HAMILTON, this day. 5 The Waipn Racing Club's iinminl meeting y was held at Tc Awainutu on Saturday, with U Uxe followius; results: — f1 Hurdles. —Isuininuto'r 1, Waiinotu 2, Golden Gem 3. •i? Greenhiil Handicap.—Master Paul 1, _ Frauleiu 2, Rosette 8. it Te Awamutu Cup.—Jill 1. Leonette 2 I. Azof! , 3. 2 Muiden.—Emancipator i, Tamahere ° a Bonny Ray 8. Trot.—Orange Blossom 1, Verbceu ° '.j Plaintiff 3. Plying.—Rosewood 1. Frauleiu 2, Jlas- ; tev Paul 8. ; KlJiikllii Plate.—Romantic 1, Taraahere ° i. Eukuhla a. "' 3 T THE A.R.C ItAIIAVAY HANDICAP d The appeal by the owners of Master Soult 3 against the decision of the Auckland Racing . Club in awarding the stakes of the A H C . Railway Handicap to Royal Soult was disj missed, and the stakes will be paid over to . Royal Soult. THE AVOXDALB MSQUALIFICATINS. i- A private wire received to-day from Weld linglMi states that Judgment in" the appeals '■ of M. Kyau, S. G. Lindsay, and G. Pell against the disqualifications inflicted upon O them by the Avondale Jockey Club, will ;. be Kiveu this evening.
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