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SPORTING

LABOR 1 >AV SPOUTS. The committee of the Otago Labor Day Association have decided to celebrate their 25th anniversary by holding a monster picnic and spoils at Kvansdalo on Monday next. A very attractive programme has been provided, including Highland dancing. running, waltzing competition, married and single ladies" races, etc. Hot water and milk will he provided free. Trains leave Dunedin at 9.50 a.tn. and 10.10, the latter slopping at Upper Port Chalmers. Tickets can be obtained from members of the committee only at the railway station. Mr I’. Fox. an Australian, pm i.lia.-c-d me o.OOOgs the Hungarian hied colt Kddes. whirl? the Government have since seized.— London caM-'

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SPORTING, Issue 15627, 19 October 1914

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SPORTING Issue 15627, 19 October 1914

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