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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

TIMARU RACES.

HAWKE'S BAY JOCKEY CLUB SPRING MEETING.

The following handicaps, framed by Mr Evett for the above meeting, by Borne mistake were not received from the Press Association by Southern papers last week, though Northern contemporaries received them : FIRST HURDLE RACE of CO sort. About two

A.J.C. MEETING,

SYDNEY, September 18. (Reooired September 19, 1889, at 0.54 a.m.) At Tattersall's this evening there was a fair amount of wagering over the Metropolitan Stakes. Aberoorn was backed to win a couple of thousands at 4 to 1, and Wycombe and Ellerdale were supported to the extent of L 5.000 each at sto 1. All the money in the market was taken about West Lynne at 100 to 7. Tradition was backed for a small amount at 100 to 4, and LI,OOO at the same price wis taken about Locksley. Keith was nibbled at at 100 to 10.

TIMARU, September 19. The S.C.T.C.'a meeting opened to-day, the weather being threatening. The attendance was fair. The following results are to

Hearne has accepted Stephenson's challenge for LIOO a-side and the championship of New Zealand. He has named Wellington as the place, and February as the date. This has been cabled to Mr Warboy, of Sydney, who is Stephenson's agent. Subscriptions are coming in freely at Auckland towards the funds for the Jubilee Regatta, to be held there in the summer. Kitawa has been backed for the Great Metropolitan at 100 to 3. Major George's racehorses, Fiesole, Vendetta, and Reprisal, were shipped to Christchurch by the Rotomahana, leaving Auckland to-day.

lDllt'8. It lb RtlU Chemist ., 12 12 TheDovs .. ..9 6 Uianm .. 10 12 P.iratokei .. ..9 0 Premium .. .. 10 10 MnrBhal Noy .. i) 0 WatoiU.l .. .. 10 7 Tauraekaitai .. 9 0 Akutt o .. « 12 SPKING HANDICAP, of 82u sovs. tn« rails ami a half. Wbisp*r .. ..8 9 Jlonati .. ..7 7 Laly Norah .. 8 6 Fabulom .. ..7 6 Lady FJorm .. 8 SS Tirailleur .. ..7 0 Coraana .. 8 2 PrincB cf Wales .. 7 4 Leopold .. 8 t Omaha -78 Soots Grey .. ..8 0 Cyclone ..US TougsuLro .. ..8 0 Diiiphine .. ..0 6 Kotuka .. 7 11 T.t 0 3 Partner .. 7 10 Thyme ..0 0 Strephou „ ..7 7 PLYING HANDICAP, of 75 boys. Six furlongR. Reclusa ..US) OaiaU .. ..7 7 Whisper ..9 0 Keuata ..7 7 Lady Florin .. 8 10 B'Ulamrer .. ..7 7 ToDgariro .. ..86 Water Biby ..70 Leopold ..84 Man Friday ..76 Corunna ,. .. 8 S Cyclone .. .. 7 * Scots Grey .. ITnknlin 8 2 I).iuphine .. ..0 0 .. 1 2 Tit 0 0 ..8 0 Tutanekai .. ..6 8 JlOluKu FUf»« Strnphon .. .. 7 10

hand:— TIMARU HURDLE RACE, of Waitangi .. CoUeRO Bpy Hollywood Won easily. Dividend, 50 sovs. .. (Po L3 15? Two miles. ols) 1 COUNTY PL/ Daub ful .. Zealot Cymaro Won by half a length. TROT. Guardsman Mareniro „ Glancer iTE. .. 1 2 Dividend, L4 5s. .. i i .. 7. 8 Won easily. Dividend, , L4 Is. PRESIDENT'S HANDICAP. One i nile and a Rfc. Malo .. Le Tempi .. Quibble "Won easily by half a length. 23sec. Dividend, L3 5s. .. 1 2 '.'. 3 Time, 2min

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE., Evening Star, Issue 8016, 19 September 1889

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. Evening Star, Issue 8016, 19 September 1889

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