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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

Auckland Cup entries are: Anita, Miss Anna, St. Gordon, Canopus, Porangi Potae, Sabretache, St. Crispin, Pyroxylin, Doneraile, Royal Conqueror, St. Paul, The Masher, Coronet, Eton, Orua, Blarney, Angler, Panoply, Cannonshot, Antareß, Tauhu, Swordtish, Huna, St. Conon, Fabulist, Lord Rosslyn, Favonia, Nestor, St. Regel, Waiuku, Primula, New Forest, The Star, Monte Carlo, Woodstock, Acone, Haria, Merry Maid, Epaulet, Sir Lancelot, Defiant, Daredevil, Daunt, Target, Armilla, Daystar, Yattenfeldt, Reconstruction, Tir<s, Wakelyn, Euroclydon, Mountebank, Goldspur. Nominations for the North Otago Spring Handicap:—Pitch and Toss, Euroolydon, Marlin, Dundee. Double Event, Hippomenes, Lord Zetland, Vanilla. The Wairewa Boating Club have instructed their delegate to the Association to support the claims of Otago for the ohampionship regatta. Six players of the Dunedin Golf Club played an equal number from the Timaru Club on Thursday. The latter won, 22 holeß up. A meeting of residents of West Harbor and members of the Ravensbourne Boating Club was held laßt night (Mr T. Ross in the chair) for the purpose of seeing the best way to raise the necessary money to procure racing boats for the young men of the district. The Mornington Minstrel Troupe wrote offering their services at a concert, and the offer was gladly accepted. It was resolved that a canvass be made of the district to get as many honorary members as possible, and about £lO was subscribed in the room. Marquis of Zetland and Chaos were scratched for the New Zealand Cup at 3 p.m. yesterday. , A Melbourne cable states that Devoted is eoratched for the Melbourne Cup and Lieutenant for the Caulfield Cup. Acceptances for Hawke's Bay Spring Handicap, a mile and a-half—The Shrew 8.10, The Artist 8 5, Pompom 7.13, Haria 79, Douglas 7.9, Primula 7.9, Tire" 7.8, Defiant 7.6, Missfire 7.3, Man-o'-war 7.ii, Conr de Lion 6.9, Wakelyn 6.9.

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE., Issue 10429, 25 September 1897

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. Issue 10429, 25 September 1897

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