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CANTERBURY'S CARNIVAL WEEK. [From Ouk Specia l CoßiirsroxriENT.] CHRISTCHURCH. November 13. The chief attractions at tho Addington track to-day were tho Christchurch Handicap and tlio Dominion Trotting Handicap —the highest stake ever offered in Now Zealand for unhoppled trotters. Thor© was again a very large attendance, ami tho totulisator figures reached £42,776 a for the day, ae against, £45.496 for the third day last rear, and making a total for the meeting bf £117,9994, or £6,363 loss than last November meeting. 7 lie traek was again in goad order, and soiiV. excellent apart was witnessed. Tho race for tho Christchurch Handicap, 2m. w;is ; L very lino one, but marred -by two incidents which had sonic bearing on the result. Adonis got blocked on the rails three furlongs from home when going very fast, ai tl Win Boon- gtUtmplcd to get ihroagh just in front of tho stand, but there was net siitlieient loom, or she, would haw oil Iter been first or eecor.d. (1) fit. Swithen ami iTO Albert H. dirt not. begin well, and if 1 bevel (i.inuvs went elf with i m i, ,ei 1 i'm c>!,t of hall a mile wan just in boot o f (8) Whltehonse. fit. Sw-it'nin. an I (6) M'ind-irone, with 1.3) Eni-

me:im« close no Wh n the last lap waa on:,'reel Kmou-liim was icxt to .lewe! Chimes, am! Adonis moved up only to bo Hocked at the (auks In the uni from 1 1.• straight Emmolino caught Jewel Chimes. and was just able to shako off a challoi.go from ,St. Swi'-hin. winning by a bead, a similar distance between second and third. Th-nt camo '"8) Whitehouse. Manderene, (5) Adonis. Time. 4miu 7/-eo. Tnvostnjeits, £6.033. Ti - Dominion Handicap also pi educed a eood field and a groat race, an outsider I -i-.iiiing a: the finish. Michael Galindo miss-d his chance by breaking twice, and Master Raymond, who trotted second, also put in n couple of bad break*, and Wt <.ovi-ra! I--i>;ths. (4) ((live L. was in front f.-r most- of the distance, but when there wore only tine© furlongs to go i lO) Elect rotook charge-. and was followed by f3) Ain't: r Raymond, but ties latter won: in rh ■ air, ?©ttlic.g auatn quickly, lit was «ron in roirsuit. hut could not reach LI tii ■■ ■ i:t*'. who w. n l-v tin so length'. Mai rep I’-ivi rnd rnaiii.'.- ((five 1., by a. nose fur soo'-ud ii'cr.oy ; (Hi Quincy. (D Muricata. Ti Fl;’.ui:i:r;o. and (Hi Adventuress. next. Time, 4;nin 44*-e. Investments, £6.003. Hornby Handicap (harness). 300aovs. H:u.—Bonosia in=<-c) 1 Wallace A\o.,.i i.'.-ei-l 2. Brownhil! (6.-.c< i 3. I’i.rht otlvrs. V.’.-n bv tiitve loiirlh-. Time. 3min 29;. ';. iiidiohl Handicap (saddle), oOOsovs. Im. - --.Solo (Teco) 1. Nan ,5n . i 2, ( T hurst hdd '••('cl 3. Ten et hers. Won bv qflvdsTo. .., 2min 13Vv. I’e. ovorv Handicap diame's 1 . oOOsovs. tin,- M:;i.d.iren" (’see! 1. Marble Arch i'm'o- 2, Little ’l'if. (4.-oc! 3. Ten others, ".or: by half a length. Time. 2niin Jsseo. Notta j; v ” The Apmiu.m,.” It may lately bo a.-suiced that, Finniclice’s s a-, ess iii Hi.- Christchurcli Handicap vas the most, popular win of tho d.iv. That this noire was in.lucky to 10.-e tit. Free for A.II Thursday has already Ivon Mated in our columns. This is what (hj: (Tu-istchurch ‘ I’nv-• ’ had to say yesterday of that event: —••There war some very interest mg vacing, hut (ho Free for All, which would have been the most attractive event on the rd, was spoilt by a very bad start. .After on© uusuceesr-ful attempt, the, field were son;, away when Eccentric, King I He. and Dillon 801 l were in line, but tho other jour starters were a long way back, and had no chance of getting rc'i.y on even terms with the front division. I'mnieiico was left with a very lug handicap to make up, and rho made a hrdliai't effort. Dillon Be)! and King Colo oi.c’a in turn led their chances bv breaking, and in the straight Enimefino w.ic sent in pursuit of Eccentric. The latter, however, last'd long enough to win by about a length, while King Coio was a. dozen lengths away third, with Dillon Bell next, 'The race provoked one of the greate-t demonstrations ever s°eti at Addington. Emmeline has always, been a great favorite with tho public, and on her return to tho enclosure she was greeted with tremendous cheers. There were groans for tho starter.

and cries of ‘Run it again 1’ and for a tV-w minutes the situation looked rather iiclv. hut eventually the crowd tooled down. It was certainly a very unfortunate incident, and judging by her finishing run, Emmeline was decidedly unlucky in losing. Brilliant ns she htns shown Imr-i-vli. J-.'mmoline has been anything hut j lucky for some time past, and as she will very scon be retiring from tho race track, a win in such a nice as the Free for AU would have mven her racing career a. very distinguished conclusion." Good dividends were the onlor of the day yesterday, hot a. single favorite getting homo. The best price of the nicei-ug was paid over Electrocute in the Dominion Handicap. Idle American-bred Bonista, who was tho public fancy when winning on Thursday, made a aurprising return to her barkers in the Hornby Handicap. Manila rone’s win was overdue. The Aucklander has not been favored with luck in his southern invasions. This, I think, in the third year he has. been petit to Hanterburv in quest of some of tho rich stakes offered there. How go.-a this for luck, or, sbio 11 1 say, jrdgnjont? A well-known Greynm;ith hotelkeeper entrusted a fellow-townsman with u £3 commission on indigo in the New Zealand Cup, all proceeds, to he invested on Oh.sono in the St (wards’ Handicap The result of the ronimi'seicin was that the banking account of " mine host ’’ be iit tiled to the extent of over £SCO 1 Mr W. T. Hazlctt, president, of the Southland Racing Club, purchased during the week the yearling colt by Martian--Greek Maid for £4OO. Tim colt, is a full brother to Byron and aha io .Martian Maid, an inmate of Air Haztert's ftahlt. TAPANUI RACES,

Tim following arc the acceptances for the first day ( Wednesday noxli of the Tapanui races : Maiden Plate.--Ami"* P.l. (intrant 9.12, Olga Kolmar 9.10, Bonnie (hiida 8.10. Golden Rupee R.2. Vascovini 7.11. President's Handicap. —Bartomnrt 8.12. Quiiinns 7.12. Lady l/owburn 7.5, Punchinello 7.2, Ngatapa 7.0. First Open Trot.-—Commander Bell sscc, Ivan C. 13, .Donation 16, Takio 17, Cathedral Chimt-s 17. Cuiraesier 17, The .Sprinter 17. Tapanui Handicap.—Russo 9.0, Ofilcious 8 11 Peerless 8.7, Quirinus 7.8, Pmichtneiio 6.12. Kelso Hack Handicap.—Be t ,maid 9.0. Tcviot 8.5. A.mbo 8.5, Lit tie Molf 8.5, Bonnie Ouida 8.2. Helicon 8.0, Olga Kol- ) mar 8.0, Doubt 8.0. i CrooksUm Open Tret.. Bunk Yd 2seo, i Lowlandor 21, Kiwi 25. Cuthcdral Chimes 27, Tin Barn 2.7. Koinapa'kin 27, The Sprinter 27. Gold Tips 28. Welter Handicap.—lcilrna 9.15, Pretty Jano 9.9, Pleasure Bent 9.7, Bronksdale 8.13, Concordia 8.13. Benefit 8.8, Ngatapa 8.7. Ladies’ Bracelet.-—Little Wolf 11.0, Quaker Girl 10.7, Vita! Spark 10.7. COURSING. i A meeting of the council of the NonZealand Coursing Association, held lust evening, was attended by tho following delegates :—Messrs Irwin (chairman). Owen Kolfv (Gore). E. Price (Gveymouth), G. Nelson (Nelson), R. G. Anderson (Christchurch), and IV- Millicr, With regard to the formation of an Australasian Union, letters were received from the National Courdnj; Associations of New South Wake, Queensland, Victoria, and Adelaide. Thee a associations agreed to bring tho matter before their executives in Match, 1915. Mr C. N. dcurr (cmicuor) wrote at length with reference to the recovery of the association’s property from the late secretary (Mr W. Sumpter)'.—lt was resolved, on the motion of Air Kelly, seconded by Mr Anderson —“That the president communicate with tho members of the old executive whose names appear in the rulei books, also to Mr Pnape and any other ascertained delegate, asking them to attend a meeting to be held in Dunedin on Thursday, November 26, to request Mr Sumpter to hand over the moneys, books, and pior.ertv of the association ; and that the Ate president (Mr P. Aitkcn) b« asked to

write to Air Sumpter, requesting him to attend.”—lt was further agreed that tho expenses of tho gentlemen attending tho meeting lie paid by the association. Mr J. P. Cummins was appointed to recast a new set of rules for the association and coursing matters generally. The council passed a, vote of thanks to Mr Kelly (Gore) for the assistance he.had rendered to tho sport and for attending the meeting at considerable Inconvenience and expense to himself. CRICKET AND FOOTBALL “ OFF ” OWING”TO THE WAR. Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. LONDON, November 14. Owing to the war tho county cricket fixtures' for 1915 have been postponed sine die. The Northern Union League Committee have decided that, it is impossible to invite the New South Wales League to tour i during 1915 16. The Auckland Cup, 2m, has induced 45 nominations. Included in tho list are Waistep. Sea Pink, Reputation, and Bonny Helen, who have run prominently at Riocarton during the present meeting. Indigo, who dend-hcated for tho Now Zeali.:,l (Tip with Warstcp, has not been cr.torctl. i

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SPORTING, Issue 15650, 14 November 1914

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