At a meeting of the Canterbury Jockey Club's Committee yesterday the following resolution relative to the disqualification of owners, trainers, and jockeys taking part in the late Heathcote race meeting was passed: —"As hitherto some misapprehension hast existed as to terms of rule 1&, as adopted at the general meeting of the C. J.C*, held on the 28th May last, the disqualification under that rule affecting owners, trainers, audi jockeys taking part in the Heathcote races on Monday, 2nd insfc., be removed." The privileges in connection with the Otago Hunt Club meeting were sold at auction. to-day by Messrs Wright, Stephenson, and 1 Co., with the following results:-—Grand stand booth, L 36, A. Owen ; booth No. I Lll, S. Conway ; No. 2, LIS, J. Listen - No. 3, L 8 10s l P. Fagan; No. 4. L2 10s, J* Pacey; fruit stalls, LI, G. Elliott; racecards, L37y R.. Langley ; stabling, L.I 10s, T. Landels. Total, LI 10 10s, a* against L 4& 10s last year. *
The Auckland football repiesentativea* arrived per Penguin at two. o-'cleck this morning.. The team stayed en board until the day broke,, when some of the local" footballers proceeded to the wharf welcomed them to Dunedin. This, mornimr the Aucklanders visited' the Cfcrisbroott Ground and indulged in a. Uttfe practice The team Buffered greAtry from sickness during the voyage Bea,th, and some werecompletely prostrated ia consequence: but all are expected to be right by Monday.
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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE., Evening Star, Issue 8006, 7 September 1889