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C.J.C. SPRING MEETING. The following further payments were received last evening for the NEW ZEALAND CUP, of 2,ooosovs. 2m. (Run on November 7.) st. lb. fit. lb. Kilrain 9 0 Rinaldo ... 711 Mcrrv Roe ... 8 10 -Multiply ... 7 9 Sinapis 8 9 Fabrikoff ... 7 0 Expect 8 6 Moutoa Girl... 6 12 Sea Pink ... 8 2 Maniaroa ... 612 Kooya 8 0 Indigo 6 12 Tanlihauser ... 715 Mysteriarch 6 9 La Reina ... 712 Guiding Way 6 9 Labor Day ... 711 Ronganere ... 6 7 Warstep ... 711 Elevate 6 7 The following acceptances were made : Stewards’ Handicap, of l,soosovs. 6f. —Merry Roe 9.1, Postillion 9.0, Palisade 8.13, Chortle 8.12, Crown Pearl 8.9, Bleriot 8.5, First Glance 8.3, Chudic 8.3. Sauci 8.2, Raupani 8.1, Pavlova 8.0, Reval (inc. 51b penalty) 8.0, Downham 7.13, Martins 7.12, Obsono 7.11, Beldame 7.11, Sir Moseley 7.10, Blue Lake 7.9, Bertrada 7.8, Sister Radius 7.8, Peg 7.7, Hymettius 7.7, Ogier 7.6, Playoff 7.6, Bimeter 7.4, Bee 7.3, Meltchikoff 7.2, Vocation 6.13, .Daytime 6.12, Adroit 6.11, Vanquish 6.9, Suratura 6.7, Master Achilles 6.7, Chakwana 6.7. After the declaration of forfeits the following remain in the Welcome Stakes, of l,ooosovs. 4f. —Nones, Amphore, Asterias, Battle Eve, Flying Start, Floweret, Wishful, Bonny Dream, Golden Prince, Deltonion, Sutala, Gold Foil, Moutoa Queen, Desert Gold, Nenno, Interlude, Daneen, Lightning, iSpangle, Freya, Hyla. Derby Stakes, of 1, CCOsovs. l£m. — Tavistock, Shandon Bells, Roumania, Reputation, First Flight, Caxnulus, ch f by Deerstalker, Bagpipes, Balboa, Chakwana, Wingform, Elevate, Campeador, Hyettus. Oaks Stakes, of 550sovs. Ij-m.—Char-milla, Chakwana, Martian Princess, Miacara, Snapdragon, Martigues, Tete-a-Tete, ch f by Deerstalker—Bagpipes, Shandon Bells, Honesty, Steinheil, Court Martial, Wise Bird, Rencontre, Husheen, Red Robe. ADDITIONAL TROTTING PERMITS. A special meeting of the New Zealand Trotting Conference was held at Wellington for the purpose of considering applications for new totalisator licenses under the Gaining Amendment Act. Mr J. Rowe, of Onehunga, president of the Trotting Association, was in the chair. Mr W. J. Gore represented Forbury Park. Applications for permits were received from the following clubs :—Horowhenua, Manawatu, Waikato, Poverty Bay, Hawke’s Bay, Waimate Plains, Kaikoura, Granity, South Canterbury, Southland, Winton, and Westland. Deputations were received from Horowhenua, Southland, Winton, Westland, Hawke’s Bay, Granity, South Canterbury, Kaikoura, and Poverty Bay in support of their applications. After discussion it was left to the executive, with Messrs Wallace and Mackenzie representing the North and South Islands respectively, to make recommendations to the Minister. There are eight permits to be allotted under Mr Hunter’s Bill. At the conclusion of the sitting Mr MacKay referred to the recent attempt in Auckland to secure a stereotyped system of handicapping, and to the boycott of the Auckland Trotting Club for not favoring this proposal.—The Chairman said the matter had hot yet formally come, before the conference, but the Auckland Club would meet next week to discuss the question. —On Mr MacKay’s motion it was resolved to approve of the stand taken by the Auckland Club.

GOLF. The Wellington provincial ladies’ golf tourney was concluded yesterday. In the final of the Provincial Championship Miss L. Brandon beat Miss B. Wood, 6 up and 5 to play. Other results; First Medal Handicap, short handicap, Miss W. Brandon ; long handicap, Mrs J. Findlay. Bogey Handicap, short handicap, Miss R. Harris; long, Miss N. Johnston. Teams’ Match—Christchurch team (Misses Wood, Cowlishaw, and D. Anderson). The anual competition for the Brunt sfield Medal will take place on the Balmacewen Links on Labor Day. The following is the draw : —J. R. Bartholomew v Horton Oram, J. A. Cook v. J. R. Scott, H. D. Brewer v. H. Dodgshun, G. H. MacEwjn v. A. Todd, D. V. Donaldson v. C. W. Birch, H, L. Cook v. H. D. Stronach, D. Samuel v. C. R. Sargood, G. Smith v. G. Mahon, H. H. Hutchison v. R. B. Lambert, J. H. Gale v. P. A. Young, J. Fotheringham v. F. Throp, J. H. C. Bond v. H. A. Salmon, G. A. K. Williams v. A. W. Wheeler, C. B. Wight v A. H. Fisher, T.-G. Young v. F. T. Anderson. D. A. Aitken v. Colin Gilray, D. Haggitt v. J. Hutchison. WAIKOUAITI RACING CLUB. At the annual meeting of the above the President read the report and balancesheet, which were considered very satisfactory. It was unanimously resolved to hold the annual race meeting on Januarj I. as usual, when the club will give away £6OO in stakes. The Ground Committee reported that the course and grounds were now in splendid condition, that the training track was in good order, and that over £I,OOO had been spent in making the course one of the best in the Dominion. It was decided to appoint Messrs J. E. Henrys (gallops) and Brinkman (trots) handicappers. It was further decided to procure a 10s totalisator for the meeting if it were possible. The following office - bearers were elected;— President, Mr Allen S. Orbell (re-elected) ; vice-presidents—Messrs P. Toomey, J. M’Gill, R. Templeton, P. Byrne; timekeeper, Mr J. Shgo; treasurer, Mr .7. M’Gill; secretary, Mr G. Charlton. The English Jockey Club have reinstated Lester Reilf, the disqualified jockey. LAWN TENNIS. —Draw Matches.— The following is tho draw for the A Grade- matches for the season: October 31.—Balmacewen v. University, at Anderson Bay; St. Kiida v. Anderson Bay, Anderson Bay; Roslyn v. Moana, Moana ; Kaituna a byo. November 14. —Balmacewen v. Anderson Bay, at Balmacewen ; St. Hilda v. Moana, St. Kiida; Roslyn v. Kaituna, Anderson Bay; University a byo November 28.—Balmacewen v. Moana, at Moana; St. Kiida v. Kaituna, at Kaituna ; Anderson Bay v. University, at Anderson Bay ; Roslyn a bye. December 12.—Balmacewen v. Kaituna, at Anderson Bay; St. Kiida v. Roslyn, at Roslyn; Moana v. University, at Anderson Bay; Anderson Bay a bye. February 6, 1915.—Balmacewen v. Roslyn; Kaituna v. University; Moana v. Anderson Bay; St. Kiida a bye. February 20. —Balmacewen v. St. Kiida; Roslyn v. University ; Kaituna v. Anderson Bay ; Moana a bye. March 6.—St. Kiida v. University; Roslyn v. Anderson Bay; Kaituna v. Moana; Balmacewen a bye. The annual interprovincial match between Otago and Canterbury will be played at tire Bay courts on Monday. CRICKET. .T. N. Crawford’s colts begin practice next week 'They will all meet for the first time on the Cariabrook Ground at 5 o’clock on Tuesday evening.

OTABO HUNT CHUB. The half-yearly meeting of the aboveclub was held last evening, Mr B. S. Irwin presiding. The Treasurer (Mr A. C. Smith) submitted a rough balance-sheet, and the Chairman, in referring to it, said that the club had re-aeon to feel satisfied with the work of the season so far as- it had gone. As they would .see from the balance-sheet, there was a credit, balance- in hand of £36 17s. In addition to that they had a credit of £29 5s lid from the recent meeting held by the club at Wiingauvi. Aa members were well aware, they started the season at a disadvantage, in that they had to lease a ground and erect ken nek, and that accounted for a. considerable amount of expenditure in the six months. Mo far as could be seen, they had funds in- hand to carry them through until the opening of the next season, Everything led them to believe that they would ojten the season next year free of expense and with a very good pack of hounds. There was no reason why the club should not go ahead now with leaps and bounds. They had applied for a totalizator permit for the nest Hunt Club Meeting, to be held at Wingatui. Eight totalizator permits were to be granted to hunt clubs, and as they were the only Hunt Club in Otago there was every probability that they would get a totalisator permit Mr Jordan, in moving the adoption of tho balance-sheet, said he thought that in a few years they could look forward to having the strongest hunt club in New Zealand. Mr Gonrley, in seconding tho motion, said they had to thank tho chairman and the treasurer for the satisfactory position in which they had found themselves. The motion was carried, and the chairman then presented the prizes woo at the recent meeting Included in the number was a handsome silver cup given by the chairman (Mr Irwin). Eleven Australian horses have been nominated for the New Zealand Metropolitan Trotting Club’s Spring Meeting, their names figuring prominently in most of the leading events on the programme. The action of the New Zealand Metropolitan Trotting Club in placing a Free-ior-AIl on the programme of the spring meeting has resulted in 12 nominations being received. The prospect of seeing so many high-class performers racing from one mark should he a big attraction for the second day of the meeting next month. Clynelish was scratched at 9 a.m. on Wednesday for all engagements at the spring meeting of the Canterbury Jockey Club.

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SPORTING, Issue 15632, 24 October 1914

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