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DUNEDIN HOAHNfI PIGEON* CLUE. T he dull Hew one of the most, successful races in their luefury on Saturday. # Air Croskery (the secretary ol the Wollinsjtau Club) liberated tiro 25' pigeons at Wellington at 10 minutes past 6 a.m., and Iho Bret birds homo arrived at 10 minutes past 5 iu the afternoon, having down the distance (336 miles) in nine hours—a record. The result was:—i T. Veitch's Quickstep, 9h Imin ... 1 W. Niven’s Silver King, 9h Gimiu ... 2 AV. Yates’s Trilby, 9hj w. Esquilanfs Sea Ihiincc, 91v 4min ... 4

Mr W. Held, owner of Uncle Ram, is the grandfather of J. Ettershaiik, who rode that horse to victory in the Caulfield Cup. Hoy Heed has been engaged to ndo Honan here in the New Zealand Cup.

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SPORTING, Issue 15640, 3 November 1914

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SPORTING Issue 15640, 3 November 1914

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