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SPORTING

r TROTTING AT CHRISTCHURCH. The Metropolitan Trotting Gun's Meet- , lug was brought to a close at Addington k ibis afternoon, when the third day's racing tool; place. The weather was line and the j attendance large. Results: Governor's Handicap, 200eovs. 2m.— p Friction ‘9-?ee) 1, Rcnraore (9sec) 2, Miss Dexter (3?ec) T. Scratched; Albertorioua r and CiaibwnoL Won by 10 lengths. c Time, dm in s,v;cc. f Victoria, Handicap, SoOsorn. 2Jm. —Our - Thorpe (3rec) 1, Wallace Wood (6*ee) 2, . Antonio (£sec) o. All started. Our Thorpe I and Wallace Wood were together tluxje s furlongs fioni home. Won by two lengths ; e 12 lengths between .second and third, o Time, Siuin I2»sc. CHRISTCHURCH HANDICAP, 75050v.5. ' 2m. k R. M‘l)or neH's btn Emmelineby Eoths- ” child—]inperi'diein, aged, 2scc (Owner) 1 0 St. Swilhiii. 7-;-c 8 Jewel Chimes, Tree 3 t, .-’.ho :tailed: Win Soon fcratch, Adef laiflt 1 Direct dree, Albert H. 4ecc, Don ( . Cat-far See, Bright ssce, Adonis 6sec, Man. - (krone 6rcc. White House Bscc. r Until tlir.'i- iu; longs from homo Jewel - Chimes led. When in the straight Emmo--0 line and Jewel * himrs were on terms, with t Win Sc- n and St. Switliin a length away. A fine ftritcgie resulted in Emmeline win- ■) ning by a lived, St. Swfthin a head away . child. '] i;i. . Main oJfc.c. j WAIKOUATiT RACING CLUB. > 'The pi,.gramme for ih-n Warkouaiti Rac--1 ing CliT.'s annual fixture is to hand. Tins ’ | meettitg in always held mi New Year's ' i 3)■:v, and a better day s sport for town-'-i jj-.---j.io roc Id .hardly l imagined. Wui- ' ' kona.ti is n < irmntng spot, the course and • ! ;;Tipo.nttiu nts arc -'.'.ccilent, and the racing iis invaii-ib’v good 'The programme for ■ ! J.ieu.iiv 1 le-.y*. ront.iir;.. eight events, in- ' S (.hiding' the W.ukouaiti Cup. ■ i The thi-d grad? match Grange v. Opohn ' I will l>o plri'.xi > n the Asylum Ground at ' j 2 P-i!b lO‘ 3i l O3 TOW. t 1 Mr T. M. Cullen. Collector of Customs L I i„ puiii din. advises us that Cabinet has I ib-i idi-d ilud. wheat and flour imported ' ' ,m ami after glut- October. 3014 would he •I a cun it tcd it Loi it. payment of dul.>. If > ’ ! er;i imported filjcfl the 21st, 1 October a refund oi the amount paid will bo made. : Mur ton mrsfage states that Mr E. Newman, the tilting nu-mbci for Bangi- • iq-f.j ~(,,■!■ i* viewing the performances of 1 I ii-- I •.',v-rn>.ie.it anS contending that all : I ilie pieiim: but two had been fulfilled, rej ( f ,jy ( ,j vote of thanks with con- - i. >■ in tiw Government. Vt'Mkcr ‘he rcstf. ted Tgihor candhFitiC i'or Dunedin North, will deliver ! i*; s ' ii'r-t afiiirc*.; to the electors in tha Albauv "Street S- hoM Hail to-night. tn Juvir-.-r.)'-:!! message states that i Arthur Gcddis. proprietor of the railway i ' bVi-slai!.' was' ciunged with an offence ' i under "the indecent' Publication* Act in j e- i;v ‘ i a f.-rtain book. The , ; i:m ale cnaravu-riseu the book as simply ’ | <' ra ,‘;i*. but on the ground that the sale I . a;!; , ( i mischievous tendency, he inij posed ;i fine of 20s and costs. | When a youne man was charged at the 1 Me■; j.-irav/s •.hurt at Wellington to-day I h:«i, j filing to attend parades, it traitjp'pii' d that"he was on dutr at the time I c luniing Gemiau prisoners at Somes | jV,l;i:.d. CounsH for the defendant I strongly criticised the action of the dej parlme'nt.. The Magistrate dismissed the I information, but refused to allow costs, j thoudi he agreed that a serious blunder i had iivf-n made. 11 is understood (says an i .vv. ' Am.i; wive) t-liat the officials responf riblo for the prosecution were unatvaro j that the defendant was serving at Somes f island, ?s lie had rigned on under diij fercut authorities, and had not replied to i the notifications served on him re nonattendance at parades. Mr Paulin's fcjecast .--—Strong S.W._ to N.W. Hinds, and rain esowers; indications unsettled. j A Rotorua mess-arc states that tdmChatti- ! her of C’ummerce j-assed a resolution dopicrating the circulation of nueloadmg and ina-ccuralc- reports of local oarth tremors, such as those recently published in tho newspapers. The Grimsby trawler Figlan reports that while fishing ,in the North Sea skt j struck a mine with her trawl. The mino exploded, hut. fortunately, the ship I escaped injury. The trar l itself was J blown to' pieces.

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SPORTING, Issue 15649, 13 November 1914

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SPORTING Issue 15649, 13 November 1914

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