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MODEL YACHTING.

The Otago Model Yacht Club got off two of their class races on Saturday afternoon. There was a very good attendance of the public, but the afternoon was spoilt to a oertain extent by a strong wind getting up. The five-f. o", class race resulted thus : Mr R. Darling's Glance 1, Mr W. Maitland's Huia2, Mr D. Paterson'a Meteor 3. This was a grand race, and a very dose finish, the Huia only gaining Becond placa from Meteor by about 2ft. Three-foot class race:—Mr A. Little's Bubble 1, Mr W. Wood's Snowdrop 2, Mr J. M'Millan's Neptune 3. rhia race gave an exoiting finish. The Snowdrop led until about 60yds from the winniug lino, when the Bubble oaught her; then the Neptune and Snowdrop had a go for second place, the Snowdrop only gaining that position by her own length.

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MODEL YACHTING., Issue 10471, 15 November 1897

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MODEL YACHTING. Issue 10471, 15 November 1897

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