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TROTTING AT CHRISTCHURCH. The weather is fin© and the attendance large for the second day of the Metropolitan Trotting Club's meeting. Results: Whibdeigh Handicap, 2Cosovs. 2m.— Armamento (13see) 1, Fiction (14sec) 2, Fancy Gantle (Msec) 3. Scratched.- Miss Dexter. Won by eight lengths; neck between Eccond and third. Time, 4min 54sec. November Handicap. 25Geovs. 2m.— Spot (2sec) 1, Breeze (4see) 2, Sherwood (fcec) 3. All staitcd. Won by three lencths. Time, 4min 34-fsec. Courtenav Handicap, "600sovs. 2m.— Admiral Wood (lOsec) 1, Jingle (Bsec) 2. Adelaide Direct (8soc) 3. Also started: E:iith A. Bsec, Princess Louise lOsec, Steel Bell lOsec, Lord Dillon lOsec, Piecework Usee, Brown Bell Usee. Until two furlongs from home Adelaide Direct led, followed by Admiral Wood, who was in charge entering the straight, and won. easily hv six lengths. Jingle heat Adelaide Direct on the post. Time, 4min 54sec. Metropolitan Handicap, 250sovs. —Bonista (6sec) 1, Kokemocr (6sec) 2, Ronny Jenny (ssec) 3. Scratched: St. Kevin. Bonista led all the way and won by two lengths; 10 lengths hetween second and third. Time, omin 33|sec. C.J.C RACES: SATURDAY. The following are the acceptors for the fourth and concluding day (Saturday next): Port Cooper Hurdles, of 25&=0v6. Once rouiid and a distance.—Kiimeny 12.9, Xgathaunui 12 9, Corrie 11.8, Daylight Bill 11.1, Idealism 11.0, Beacon 10.13, The Pole 10.12, Parable 10.3, Otauira. 9.13, Kiiwrsway 9.15, Combination 9.0, Gold Lock 9 o.* Ciessv Welter, of 400sovs. 6L—Sauci 9.8, Bertrada 9.6, Reval 9.6, Pavlova. 9.3, Ardent 8.12, Peg 8.11, Gasoline 8.9, Briar Patch 8.3, Bold Stroke 8.3, Meltchikoff 8.2, Hot 8.0, Sveaborg 7.13, Mosgiel 7.12, Suratura 7.7, Lady Alicia 7.7, Medallist 7.7, Bon 7.7, Bonny Rigg 7.7, Philadelphia 7.7 Seymour Handicap, of 140sovs. 7f.— Silver Shield 8.13, Scotch Melody 8.11, Findhorn 8.8, St. Elmn 8.7, Wharfinger 8.6, Ladiono 8.5, Samiel 8.5, Margarita 7.12, Martigues 7.5. Borsil 7.4, Sartorze 7.3, Fhe-od 7.2, Pur.sefm-m 7.2, Birkbeok 7.0, Miraculous 7.0, Wailara 7.0, Athcldana 7.0, Olga Carlovna 7.0, Doon 7.0, Voispeil 7.0.

Member' Handicap, of TJOsovs. 7f.— Autumnus 9.8. Chortle 9-2, Postilion 8.12, Übsmo 8.10, Sauci 8.4, First Flight 8.3, Bertiada 8.2 Martins 8.1, First Glaneo 8.0, Chudic 7.15, Vocation 7.12. Flora Maodonald 7.7, Bee 7.7, Parifcroi 7.5, Mumnwr 6.13, Ogier 6.7.

Pion*>or Handicap, of 35 r sovs. For two-yi.-y-olds. 7f.—Desert Gold 8.9, Sweet Corn 8.5, Spangle 7 13, Adjutant 7.10, Ardenvohr 7.7, Freyn, 7.7. Bonnie Dream 7.0, Deltonio 7.0, Happiness 6.7, Margorine 6.7. Mouto-a Qu?en 6.7. Stead Memorial Gold Cup, l,oooeovs. W.f.a. 14m—Autumnus 9.3. Rir.&ldo 9.0, Bonnie Helen 8.9. Meifie Roe 8.9, War«tep 8.9, Balboa 7.12, Fabrikon" 7.12, Reputation 7.12, First Flight 7.9, Indigo 7.9. Electric Plate, 500sovc.. W.f.a. Ai.~ Joelina 8.12, Reval 8.11, Speedometer 8.11, Blue Lake 8.10, First Glance 8.10, Biniclc-t 8.2, HyeUus 8.2, Daytime 7.15, Downha.m 7.13, MelkhikoS 7.13, Tete-a-tete 7 13, Chakwana 7.11, Dinner Gons 7.11, Rattle Eve 6.6, Svdata. 6.7, Desert Gold 6.1, Gold Foil 6.1, Sweet Corn 6.1. Feiid;ilton Handicap, of 600sovs. lim. Sm. Pink 8.12, Kilrain 8.11, Rinaldo 8.8, Kooya 8.3, Martins 8.3, John Barleycorn 8 2, Quarantine 8.2, Flora Macdonald 8.1, Hv-?Uus 7.12. P.irl;ful 7.10, Slogan 7.8. Camncador 7.7, Fair Rosamond 7.7. Main'aroa, 7 2 Chilles 7.2, Motitoa Girl 7.0, Guld'-n King 6.12, Flower of tho West 6.7.


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BRISBANE, November 12.

(Received November 12, at 11.3b a.m.) Follow-ins; i* the result of the Queensland Cup, ->f l.OOGsws, 2m.—Frasca. (8.12) 1, Smoko (7.13) 2, Peter the Painter (7.4) 3. ThirtotM. starters. Won by threequarters of a lenprth. Time, smin 29isec. CRICKET. The following have been chosen as tha colts' t'jam against Grange on the North Ground on Saturday t Crawford, Gallar.d, Malcolm Cradv.ick Alloo, Shepherd, M 'Mullen. Haydei., Stephens, Binnev, Satlttft'hwaite. Thd changes this vrcnk aie Galland and Saltcrthwaito replace Bell and Kerr DUNFDIN AMATEUR BOATING CLUB. The following cievrs have been drawn for the Double Sculls, first heat, (o begin cm November 23: J. Mahoney (t-troke), G Steele; T. Hodjeon (stroke), *E. Foote ; J. Slight (stroke), T. Anderson ; W. Milh (st'oke), G. Pedopky: S. Wood (strok"), Robertson; F. Anderson iVrok ). H' Thompson; H. Burrow (Btrobe), D. B. Thomson; T. FraEeis (efcroke), E. Bryant BACEHOBSE SAJLES. MELBOURNE, November 11. At the Newmarket racehorse sales bidding we* dull. Sixty-two lote realised 6,212 guineas. Colngo brought 775g5, Undesina 550gs. Mr R. Buick, of New Zealand, paid 30Qga for the Welkin—Teppt colt.

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