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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

Narcllan »ud Kirkham have commenced training at Newmarket. The following are the acceptances for the Caulfield Cnp : st lb stll) Manton .. ..9 4 Teuton .. ~ 7 ('• Cranbrook .. ..9 4 Ellerdale .. ..7 6 Cuirassier .. ..9 2 Moorbank .. ..7 5 Traditicn .. ..9 0 Menotti .. .. 7 f> Bravo .. .. 812 Montalto .. M I i Sedition .. .. 810 Scottish Chief .. 7 r. Russlev .. .. 810 Gaiburner 7 5 Pakehs .. ..8 9 Tanlallou .. ..7 4 Ben Bolt .. ..8 8 Claude .. ..7 4 Lonsdale .. ..8 7 Meteor .. „ 7 S Soramcll .. ..8 6 Lady Kintore .. 7 2 Chicago .. ..8 5 Buffalo Bill.. .. 7 2 Oakleißh .. .. 8 D Spokesman .. 7 ] Stanley .. ..8 6 Dunkeld .. .. 7 ) Wycombe .. ..8 4 Volga .. ..7 0 Chaldean .. ..8 2 Forest Quim -70 Whaka*ai .. ..8 2 Tartar .. ..7 0 Newmaeter.. ..8 1 The Tyler .. ..7 0 Lawyer .. ..8 0 Redleap .. .. 012 Itenzon .. ..8 0 Silvermerc.. .. fi lz Bowmont .. .. 712 The Gift .. .. (11l Bithwell .. .. 712 Vera 811 Ernani .. .. 711 Chintz .. .. 6 11 Lamond .. .. 710 The Serf .. .. (l io Chetwynd .. .. 710 Little Bob .. „ 610 Silverton .. .. 710 Little Blrie .. 6 10 Corunna .. .. 710 Loyalist .. .. ClO Leroy .. ..7 9 Fabulous .. .. 610 Tourbillon .. ..7 8 Torpedo .. .. 010 All Gold .. ..7 8 Nor'-easter.. ~ o'n Knight of the Green Isle „ ..CO Garter .. ..7 7 Bundoora .. ..6 8 Mara .. ..7 7 Little Benjamin ..0 8 Charmer .. ..7 7 Islander .. ..6 7 Boz .. ..7 7 Daniel .. ..6 7 Churohill .. ..7 7 Marlborough ~ 6 7 DonGlovan ..7 7 Bustle r.. ..6 7 The Rhymer ..7 6 Propcunder ..6 7 Sineoure _ ..7 6 The Caledonian Bowling Club held their annual meeting last night. The report stated that fifty-seven members had paid their subscriptions. The retiring Committee recommended that the Tennis Club be carried on for another twelvemonth. The balance-sheet showed that there was a small credit balance. The Chairman thought the members of the club might fairly congratulate themselves upon having bad a highly successful season. He predicted that the coming season would be an eventful one for bowlers, and that they would have in Dunedin the largest tournament that had ever been held either in New Zealand or in Australia. There would be a large number of visitiDg bowlers from all parts of the colony and also from the other side, and it behoved them to put their best foot forward to see that their visitors enjoyed themselves while here, and to show also that tliey were not behind in bowling matter?. He advocated the continuance of the system of playing matches of twenty-cne heads, that system being, he thought, the best and fairest. He expressed the hope that the cordial relations which had always existed between the Caledonian Bowling Club and the Caledonian Society would always continue, and in conclusion referred to the indefatigable manner in which the secretary and treasurer had worked dining the past year, and thanked the members for the courtesy that had always been extended to him. Th« presentation of prizes was then j rojeeded with, and a vote of thanks to the ilnr.ois of tin- prise-a was rmsscd. The cleis fif.ri of i.hict .i». affi's resiilttd «s follows i President, Mr William Diwson {reelected); vi'Jc-prtaul'.'iits, Messrs John W<dderspoon and 'J. Gicenal.ide (both re-elected); tica fojipr, Mr John Oi& (re elected); secretary, Mr Thomas k. Dodds (ri : oitdcri; j commit, tee—Messrs K. Hogg, G. Walker, T. Young (re elected), J. Robertson, and J. M'Gregor; auditors, Messrs G. B. Call and A. Black (re-elgcted) j delegates to the Association, Messrs W. D-iwson t»nd J. Wedderjipocm, It was resolved that the annual mcstiDg bo held in the last week in June in each year, instead of the last week in August as at present. __^^^______ —

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE., Issue 7997, 28 August 1889

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. Issue 7997, 28 August 1889

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