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SPORTING

BO VERT Y BAY RACES. The iolalisator handled £26,617 on I hursday and Friday—an increase of ±15,0.58 compared with last year’s Spring AW-tinc. Concluding events on yesterj day’s programme resulted; i Second lia.--fc Race. 6f.—Dc-;wil< hj Uarj rior 18.8) I. Shepherd's Bush. (7.01 2, Jligo i Park 1,8.6) 3- Four others. Time, limn I 15f»ee. j Makaraka Handicap, lin. Lady Alicia I - 1 .0 1 1. Mvttic io.Si 2, Tatimi :9.1) 3. I Ab-o started : Jolic Fille 8.10. Eocene 8.5. : I Ire Summit 7.0. Won !,y a length. < Time, imin inspr. | ’I iic Maiden Scurry. sf. was ■'.con by i Gaycum from eleven others. i Rowland Hack TliwjUi.ii.. Jn>.—Ga--1 zetre ; 0.0 1 ]. Immensity .8.10) 2. l)e- ---{ spatch Carrier i 8.6) ■>. Four others, 'lime, Blli)l Atßcc;, i Walk-map Handicap, nf.—-Evadnn (8,1) I 1. Tc Araroa. 0.0) 2, Multiplicity (6.7) 3. ; Two otbet’s. Won by half a head. Time, j Iniin 2see, I Farewell Handicap. 7l. —Mystic .9,1) 1, 1 Julie. Fille i9.4i 2, Eocene <9.0) 3. Others: j Smilax 9.4, Hinia 7.9. Munjc 7.8. (Von Iby a nose. Time. Imin 29. c r-c. AUCKLAND RAGES, i The following final payments have been made for the Auckland Spring Meeting next week— ; City Handicap. Ijm.—Jack Delaval 9.8, Royal Irish 8.6. Monqjack 8.3, Prince Merrnvee 8.0, Goldsizc 8.0. Allegation 7.13, Goldfirc 7.11, Worcester 7.6, R atari a 7.6, Soultikoff 6.13, Self 6.12, Gloy 6.10, Devastation 6.7. Great Nor)hern Guineas. Im.—Manuka n 8.10, Mullingar 8.10, Bedford 8.10, | Tmv 8.7, Castalia. 8.5. j Welcome Stakes. sf.—Pension Prince 8.5. Credo 8.5. Novation 8.5, Arran 8.5. Analogue) 8.5, Torofono 8.5, Gold Lace 8.5, King’s Courier 8.3. Lazy Girl 8.0. Lady Paula 8.0, March 8.0, Glissando 8.0. I NORTH END BOATING CLUB. Tho following crows have been selected i to take part in the Vice-president’s Ennis, commencing on Tuesday next at 6.,30 p.m. sharp:—C. Purvis (stroke), J. Aitken (3|, R. Morris (2). W. Muirhead fbowi ; W. Sachtlcr. G. Duncan. A. J. Drvdcu, D. R Wib-on: A. Aitken. 8. Callo’n, A. C. Mills. ,1. Mavston; R. Knox. A. Leggett, F Knox, D Mackav; A, Macfcay, F. Nicol, L. M'Laugbh’u, F. Pringle; A. Holland. W. Smith. C, Bartley. D. -Sutherland ; W. Konnick. J. Mitchell, C. Brookes. H. Curran. Knox meets Aitken. Purvis meets Mackay. Holland meets Reimick. Sa-chtler a bye. RACING IN ENGLAND. A London message state* that the Cambridge Stakes resulted Honeywood 1, Ambassador 2, Diadnmenos 3. The Dewhurst Plate, also run at Newmarket, Houghton Meeting-, for two-year-olds. was won by Col. Hall Walker’s Let Flv (White Ivi.gle- —Gondolette), with Lord Cadogan’s Red fern second, and Sir John Thursby’s High field third. BOWLING. Tho Taieri Bowling Club opened their green this afternoon for the coming season, in the presence of a large muster of bowlers and friends. Mr Wm, Allan (president) made a few remarks appropriate to the occasion, and then followed a match, president v. vice-president. The ladies provided afternoon tea, and a most enjoyable afternoon was spent.

Rid are in the New Zealand Cup : Kilrain, L. Wilson; Sinapis, C. Price; Labor Day, 0. Emerson. A list of winning owners in Australia this season, up to October 17,’ shows Mr E. J. Watt on top with £8,179. Maniaroa (New Zealand Cup) and Playoff (Stewards’ Handicap) are unlikely to fulfil their engagements at Riccsrton next Saturday, as, after racing at Trentham, they will be shipped homo to Taranaki.

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SPORTING, Issue 15638, 31 October 1914

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SPORTING Issue 15638, 31 October 1914

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