Article image
Article image
Article image
This article displays in one automatically-generated column. View the full page to see article in its original form.


j i melp.oup.xe cur. Following iinal payments have bc-en f made for tho I MELBOURNE CUP. ol" 3.ooosovs. and a c trophy value loOsovs, ; <eoyn,l horse l.OOOsovs. and third SOOsovs. 2m. j (To be run on Tuesdnv next.) ! st !b rX 11. Cagou 9 6 Rufrlno ... 7 6 ■ Lily veil ... 9 3 Walt/. 7 3 1 Uncle Sam .lean Fornan(lolb p.) ... 9 1 f hr. 7 3 ! Rathlea M<oonbria ... 7 3 (101b p.) ... 8 9 G!ncl\\\n ' rosii.atus ... 8 f; (Hi, p.) ... 7 2 ' Aurifer ... 8 7 Newberry ... 7 1 SirAhvyntoti 8 3 St. Carwyne 7 '! St. Spasa Citlamu.- ... 7 1 (101b p.) ... 8 3 <'arlit.i. ... 7 0 Sir Solo ... S 5 Giru i7lb p.) 7 0 [Ova's Isle ... 8 3 Kingsburgh 6 12 Klr-hain ... 8 2 Xa.vly.-ry ... »12 Wassail (51b p.) 8 0 Hush Money 011 Svlvaiunore 7 13 Rurrahadeoi; 6 9 Fubulus ... 7 10 AJlingamito o ft Owen Roe. ... 7 8 Uei'cnce ... 6 7 Woorak ... 7 6 Mirabilite ... 6 V Indiscretion Aristaeus ... 6 7 (101b p. ... 7 5 CORF SPRING MEETING. The totalisator handled £23.553 for the two days, an increase- of £ll2 compared with hist year. The judge's placing in tho OUira Trot was not disturbed. After the Steeplechase a hostile demonstration greeted the winner (Golden Crape), and an exhaustive inquiry by the stewards resulted in the horse's and tho race being awarded to Tommy. Kami, the. jider of Golden Grape, was disqualified j for two years, and S. Eeicl for a * inula r term for collusion with Ka-an, and for false evidence. Concluding results:--Wantwond Steeplechase, of 85sovs. Abmt 2Jm.-■Tommv (119) 1. Tolstoi H0.5) 12. Also started : Black Sea 10.13, Golden Crape 9.10 (disq.), Denial 9.8. Golden Crape won by three lengths, but was disqualified. Time, Smin 20sec. Stewards' Handicap, 85sovs. 6f.—Peter (9.7) 1, Glenfern (6.12. inch 51b all) 2, 17.F ". Speedometer (9.1) and Golden Kin? tS.2i also ran. Peter led throughout, and won by over a length. Time, ]min lSsee. Balfuir Trot. 55sovs. Im.—Oystcrshcll (9scc.) 1. Arbiter (6se c ) 2. la. Paloma (9.sec) 3. Eight other.':. Won easing up by 20 lenr'ths. Tin p. 2m in 27^e r . Murihilcn Handicap. 95sovs. \m. —Mr,.-. eiel (8.10) 1. Oholus (7.7) 2. Bull r i 8 4) ". Others: Russn 8.10, Officious 8.7. Kim; Torrent 7.19. Sartomart 7.7 (inc. 71b pen.), j Won by p head, with Bullcr half a lentil I away. Time. Imin flSser. | GOLF. ' j On the St. flair links on Saturday a I team from Oamaru met, the local gol fires. St. Clair de-isivelv won both the finales j and four-Tinll m-.tehes, LAWN TFXXTS. A team of men and lady players from Anderson Rav \isifed Milton on Saturday, and won bv 11 sets, 107 games, to 7 sots. 93 games. races. The fnllo nnsr penalties have been declr.T'd for the first day of the Wintnn races:—W'.nton Cup—Hesinrif" 31b, United Servicp 81b : Welter Handicap—Peter 31b, United Service 7!b : T> idosmen's Peter 41b, Golden Kiiij 71b. Snrtomart 91h; Hokontii Trot. Frank Henry Bsee; , i Otspirt 'JVotr—Ovsterfhell Bsce. Mateldisht. ! lher. ' VICTORIAX TUAIXIXG XOTFr?. At Flfmington yo.sterdny Woorak salloped ten furkmes in 2min Moun- : tain Kmt,r;ht nine furlonjifi in 2min i Giiu nine uirlones in Imirt 59sec. Moonbria and St. Soasa ten furloivjs in 2min 15.«ee, Cn-;oti ten furlongs in 2min lose:. | I Vlva'jS 1*1" and Sir Alwymton twelve- fur- ! i loncs in 2min 45<m>c, Bon Ton a. mile in ! . Imin 50see, Ur.c.le Sam ten furlong in : 2min 23?-' c and C.'ailita eleven furlonrs in 2mi'7i 31?ec. t At Canlßeld Sir So!,, galloped nin« fur 1 longx ott the sand in 2irr'n AJecon- i ner twelve furlonsrs in 2min St. i ! Carwyne twelve ftoloncs in 2min I i (the first four in ofwee. a n.ile i.u Imin i ' and, ten fi'.r!'">iu;'s in 2min ]oisei•). : RELTABICrrY TREAT. \ The following are the ve«ult:; of tin; 1 Ota;o Motor Club's Trial to en 1 24th ami hack to Hunedin on ?6th intt. : f Cla-ss T. : W. Roebuck, G9jf per cent., 1 ; i I d. Xtil. 85 jicr cent., 2; G. Maddnx, 81 J p-r cent., 3. Class II.: R, L. .Jretes, 92 1 per cent.. 1: ,T. Grav. 85 per cent., 2: i F M-Dor.ald, 79 p-r'cent., 3; .1. M'Ks- 1 ix.rk. 76£ per cent., 4. A. Scott (87£ pi r 1 cent.) was oisqualiried for tint keeping to ; the coiTect road. Messrs Xeii end M'Don- ; aid each Inst 3 njarkf. for being Into at : Timaru contro' on return journey. i BOWLTXG. 'The Xorth-east Valley had a good ropre- .' sentation at Balclntlia on Labor Day. The " weather was perfect, and a most enjoyable 1 outing was the result. The game was •' very keenly contested, and at the conchi- ' sion Mr F. S, Wright, the Valley presi- ] dent, thanked the Balcbitba members and the ladies for the excellent manner in - which, they had entertained them : and j c in response Mr O. Ritchie, president of i ■' the Balelutiia club, said that it always 1 gave pleasure to their members and ladies [ to entertain the Valley. Following are the I ' scores : I *

Ralrhitha.— Sim*. Beid. Dmm. R. Ritchie 21 Haley, .lack. Wood. J. Sheddan . . 7.2 ('Yes?, Cow. Hislop. (Junthrop 24 M'Donald, Kay. lieridson, Jiamsay ... 12 Grounds. G. Sheddan. J. Dunn. W. Boyd ... 10 White. I.ockhend. Lvall, M'Xamara ... :J Miller, R. Allan. Watt. I.andells ... 20 Totals !77 —North-enst Valley— Watkins, Gn'ndley. J. Allan'. Wright 21 Ireland. King C'lnrmghold, Burgess . . 9 Thomson. Bryant. Bennett, Begg ... 11 Mowat. Harfi'eld, M'Kav, Grav ".' 20 M'Galium. V.'hiie. H. G. Dunn 25 Barbel. Undraw MTlvmont. Burt. ... 27 Russell. Allan.' T. Fdwards. Murray 19 Totals 135 A: Grevmoutli visit-rd.iv the Metronolif n.:-| TRinrliea;,. )•,;',>. w;i, won l,v Waipiun:; (7.12) from 0l' and three other:-': time. 2min ln'sre.

This article text was automatically generated and may include errors. View the full page to see article in its original form.
Permanent link to this item

Bibliographic details

PORTING, Issue 15635, 28 October 1914

Word Count

PORTING Issue 15635, 28 October 1914

  1. New formats

    Papers Past now contains more than just newspapers. Use these links to navigate to other kinds of materials.

  2. Hierarchy

    These links will always show you how deep you are in the collection. Click them to get a broader view of the items you're currently viewing.

  3. Search

    Enter names, places, or other keywords that you're curious about here. We'll look for them in the fulltext of millions of articles.

  4. Search

    Browsed to an interesting page? Click here to search within the item you're currently viewing, or start a new search.

  5. Search facets

    Use these buttons to limit your searches to particular dates, titles, and more.

  6. View selection

    Switch between images of the original document and text transcriptions and outlines you can cut and paste.

  7. Tools

    Print, save, zoom in and more.

  8. Explore

    If you'd rather just browse through documents, click here to find titles and issues from particular dates and geographic regions.

  9. Need more help?

    The "Help" link will show you different tips for each page on the site, so click here often as you explore the site.