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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

NAPIER PARK RACES,

NAPIER, October 8. The following events were decided today HANDICAP HURDLE RACE, of 75 sovb. Two miles. Mr Arrow’s b p Chemist, aped, 13st 61b .. .. 1 Mr Munn's blk hj Waterfall, B yts, 10st 121b 2 Liberty, 10st .. .. .. .. ..3

Dividends: Inside, L 4 ss; outside, L 4 18s. OCTOBER HANDICAP, of (15 aovs. One mile.

Mr Wilson’s Boulanger, by Grand Prix

Fleurette, 7st Mr P. Martin’s grg Soudan, Sat 81b Brown Duke, 6st 101b ..

Dividends: Inside,Ll4; outside,Ll3l la. PARK STAKES HANDICAP, of 175 save. One mile and a-quartcr. Mr Gollan's Tirailleur, 3 yts, Bst 51b ~ .. 1 Mr Hunter’s Whisper, 5 yrs, Sat 10lb .. .. 2 Mr Ormond’s Tit, 3 yrs, fist- .. ..3

Time, 2min ISsec. Dividends: Inside, L2 12s; outside, LI 13s.

THE VICTORIAN SPRING EVENTS,

[By Eleotbio Telegraph—Copyright.) [Per Press Association. |

MELBOURNE, October 8, (Received October 8,1889, at noon.;

The following scratchings have been posted For the Melbourne Cup: The Lawyer, Buffalo Bill, Claude, Sydney, Locksley, Bowmont, and Papua. For the Caulfield Cup; The Lawyer, Buffalo Bill, and Daniel. At Tattersall’s last night 8 to 1 was accepted about Bravo for the principal event at the V.A.T.C. meeting. The Charmer was also in demand, and L 2.000 was taken about her at 100 to 7. Pakeha was well supported at 100 to 4.

Cuirassier was this morning scratched for all engagements at the Exhibition races. Tho third day’s racing at tho D.J.C.’ Exhibition meeting will bo held on Monday, the 2nd December, instead of Tuesday, the 3rd.

The annual meeting of the members of the Tuapeka County Jockey Club was held in the Borough Council Chambers, Lawrence, last evening. There was a large attendance ; Mr J. C. Arbuokle (president) being in the chair. The annual report showed that the receipts from all sources (including a balance of L3O 15s 3d from the previous year) amounted to L 538 4s, and the expenditure to L 454 12s sd, leaving a credit balance of LB3 11s 7d, Mr J. C. Arbuokle was re-elected president, Mr F. Oudaille vice-president, Mr N. O. Potts secretary, and Mr A. Morris treasurer. Mr George Dowse was appointed official handicapper. It was resolved to hold the annual meeting on Wednesday and Thursday, 22nd and 23rd January, 1890. A sub-committee, consisting of Messrs Craig, Oudaille, Nicholls, and Hart, was appointed to draft a programme for submission at the next meeting of tho club, to be held on the 21st inst. It was resolved to call for tenders for running the totalisator at tho club’s annual meeting, Tho M.C.C. and Ground defeated Northumberland at Lords on August 9 and 10 by an innings and 170 runs. Going in first, tho winners put together 428 for two wickets—Gunn making 219 (not out) and Attewell 200—and closed their innings. Northumberland could only respond with 141 and 117.

Nominations for handicaps at the Taieri Races close on Friday at 8 p.m. with the secretary (Mr W, Carncross), Mosgiel. Cuirassier has been scratched for all engagements at the C.J.C. metropolitan meeting.

Lady Kintoro has been scratched for the Caulfield Cup. The Oanmru Cycling Club have joined the New Zealand Cyclists’ Alliance.

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE., Issue 8032, 8 October 1889

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. Issue 8032, 8 October 1889

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