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< T.A.T.C. MEETING. The thirty-fourth Caulfield Cup, derided on Saturday, is described elsewhere. The minor events on the programme resulted : Caulfield Hurdles. About 2m.—Widden $11.12) 1, Lassoo (9.7) 2. Bill Brandon (9.13) 3- Mountain Heather also ran. Won by three-quarters of a length. Time, drain Sisec. Nursery Handicap. 6f. —Nica-nor (8.5) 3, Pretty Bobby (8.12) 2, Shandon Bell •81) 3. Fourteen others started. Time, Imin 2|see. Steeplechase. About 2m.—Swedish Lad flO.ll) 1, Booligall (11.11) 2, Tisamal (10.3) 3. Eight others. Won by four lengths. Tune, 4min 39-isec. Windsor Handicap. 6f. —Amata (7.9) 1, Tadanga (9.5) 2, Saracen (7.9) 5. Nine others. Won by two lengths. Time, Smin 15|aec. Welter Handicap. Im.—Winnipeg $7.13) 1, Lucky Escape (7.7) 2, Defence |7.13) 5, Fourteen others. Won by half jt length. Time, Imin 42^sec. SOUTH CANTERBURY RACES. There was a record attendance at the fTashdyke on Saturday. The totalisator hirnover for the meeting was £24,318, an increase of £2,104 on the Spring Meeting last year, which, as hitherto, had been ileld after the C.J.C. November meeting, Jonduding results: Jockey Club Handicap. Im.—Reval SB.H) 1, Briarpatch (7.8) 2, John Barley«orn (8.5) 3. Also started: Mosgiel 7.8 and Roumania 6.7. John Barleycorn was slow to move. Won 83- a short head. Time, Imin 41sec. Red Charm, the favorite, won the Hack Handicap, sf, from Bonnie Ouida and 10 -Xhers. Kingsdown Welter. 7f.—Leading Lady f.3) 1, Birkbeck (7.12) 2, Trireme (7.15) Five others. Won by three lengths. Time, Imin 39sec. Farewell Handicap. 6f. —Obsono (9.0) 1. Chudic (9.5) 2, Mount Victoria (8.0) 3. Flower of the West 6.12 also ran. Chudic, In odds-on favorite, swerved at the rise )f the bander, losing several lengths. Won font fort ably. Time, Imin loiec. ANGLING. At a meeting of the Bruce Angling Society Committee on Thursday night it sas decided to hold another competition tin Labor Day for members. Owing to the destruction of trout in the rivers by eels, jt was decided to hold a competition for 4hc largest number of eels caught up to December 23, the heads to be brought in in the secretary (Mr W. Moffat, jun.); She eels to be caught in the Tokomairiro River or its tributaries.. The competition is open to all comers. HOCKEY. A match between the Otago Club's Junior team and the Momona Ladies’ Club was played on Saturday afternoon at Chisiolm Park. The men were handicapped |>y the skirts they wore, but, nevertheless, they played well. After a very enjoyable game the ladies proved victors, Ihe game resulting: Momona ladies 3 jjoals, men’s team 2 goals. The principal event at the Auckland jrotting Club's Meeting on .Saturday, the Alexandra Handicap (harness), of l&Osovs, fra, resulted; Lady Wilmington (lOsec) 1, top It (ssec) 2, Wallace (8»ec) 3. Won fcy a head. Time, 4min 46sec.

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SPOUTING, Evening Star, Issue 15627, 19 October 1914

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SPOUTING Evening Star, Issue 15627, 19 October 1914