The banner won by the Wellington r?nh (Porteous) at the association tonrney held in Dunedin in January last is now on view at Messrs R. H. Scott’s, Princes street, prior to its being sent to Auckland. It was designed by Mr E. T. Woods, of this City, and, bears the inscription i “ Bowling Association championship banner, presented by the ladies of Dunedin, bowling centre.” The delay in making the banner is explained by the fact that suitable material could not be obtained in the Dominion, aud that an order had to be sent to the Home Country, Two candidates who were winners at Gneymouth this week have shown consistent form on the West Coast- Merton has won seven races, run one second, and three thirds out of 15 starts, and Waipunui has won scored 11 wins, 11 seconds, and four thirds since his advent on the Coast in 1911. The North Island jumper Master Stead has joined tho Henley stable, and will represent the same interests as the steeplechasers Kia Ora and Sports man.
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SPORTING, Evening Star, Issue 15636, 29 October 1914
SPORTING Evening Star, Issue 15636, 29 October 1914
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