LABOR DAY ASSOCIATION
ANNUAL SPOKTS. In the bright sunshine of ye-terday. and ..mid tiv pleasant country -uiTouudiir.:-. i\-u p who vi-ited tin- annual pii-nio and -rtor*s of tli.' Otair" Labor Da.- .Wendat' .■•!,, h-M ::i l-ivau-d.t'.e. cUJuyrd theill--.•ivn-- rhoruii-Wv. Favored with ideal wither conditions a.id a large attendance, ti'-' Catherine: was in every way a success .. u <\ a. tilting celebration of the | 25th aiUli-\-:-,'i,"V of "tlii- a-soeiatioii 'wo special :.-arms'which lea Pnnediii in Cue inoi-rdris; -,.,,■ crowded, many p.rams, motored or dru\f> out iron? tho City, and numbers- of ;•'..• i.-eal people aN '■ atouded. During :'.. day rhei"" were ■•wr 2.< Vil » people on "•■ ground, t'ir' rurmiiK events v. ■■•re nil keenly con--tt-a and were product ; vo of -onie exoitiii i>hes. Paces v.,..;,. run for the m.-dl eeiidren. Each child was also pre- - ntrd v.ith a toy and -v>:-i-. All the ■ tiieial; <a. rried nut their duties in a rapdde rnanmr. The fullowuLK are tie/ rc-uit- : ■•- 100 Yard-, iV-v,' [hico nnd< r lii years). K;i--t- prize 15s. second Ts ftd. A. Nieho:.i, i. W. Pritchard 2. Nine started. 77 "S .'irrl- liirU' Rare ;:n short dres.-esi. I-:,--; pri«- trophy value 10s. second tropin- value b=. Twentv-eitrht entries.— nf-t, heat: Millie Wakeldeno 1. Isabella M Fariai:o 2, A. Boueham .>. Second hear : K. Kellan 1. M. Peart 2. L. Jarvis Final: I. M'Farlano 1, M. Wakel-d-me 2. 220 Yards Amateur Handicap. First prize, Bland Holt trophy, value £5 os; -fcond, trophv, value £1 10-. —X. Barton : vds) 1. R. J. Anderson d2vds) 2. Won !■;.•'about 2yds. The Bland Holt trophy '"■•■■; becomes the absolute property of Barton, who ha-; iron tire rare two -.ears '■': -tieces-ion 7a Yards Single I.arlios' Race. Fir -t prize 10s. second ss.—Miss (1. Jones 1, Mi- B. Seholes 2. Sixteen starter,. 75 Yards Sack Race., First prize 10s, ■e.-onrl 5s. —There were ten and the race was run in two brats. Final: P. Keys 1. H. lVart 2. 100 Yards Unionist Race. First prize ■!"nliv vain; £l. second trophv value 10s. 'I. 'Herr.lv 1, F. M. rerkin- 2. Won -. t silv. 100 Yards Unionist Race :10 ve, u - Oliver). First prize trophy value £l. seo- • ind trophy value 10s.- Paul Williams 1. --'. eve Itoraham 2. Five started. Highland Flinty. First and second prize?, medals.—Winnie Robinson 1, Mac tha I.ockhart 2. Jud-e : .Mr J. Antler'■on. Seantreris. First and s t .,.,nd prizes, medals.—Miss ft. Carter 1. Wii.nie Kol.oi sen 2. Judge : Mr J. Anderson. Waltzing Competition. First pi ■]/,- l'r second 10s.—Mr E. Tobin and Mis.s .\[. Park 1, Mr J. Mitchell and Mi.-.s R. Stan!i> Id 2. Seventeen competed. Judges; Mc-m-s Pollock and ,7. Cnuper. 200 Yards L'nionists' Race. First prize £l. second IC>. third c-. —T. Sim 1, J[. .rawford 2, A. Tracey o. K'ght started. 120 Yard, Apprentices' Race. Fir-t prize 15s, second 7s 6d.--A. Sv-cn-oii 1. >. M-Allen 2. A e!o,e tinish. Twelve -tar ted. r':o Yard- Married Larlie>' Race. Fir.-t ;:ntl second prize-;, trophies.—Mi > Jack--on 1. Mrs Weir 2. An tinid:. '! en started. Mr R. Breert wh- a mo.-t iilteii'.ive and toligin-j; Pre?: steward.
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LABOR DAY ASSOCIATION, Evening Star, Issue 15634, 27 October 1914
LABOR DAY ASSOCIATION Evening Star, Issue 15634, 27 October 1914
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