TAI'ANUI RACES. [Sit.cial to tii£ Star.] Showery weather made thy coiii>cslightly heavy for tho T'a.pauui races today. Th« attoivdaiici: was good. Insults :-- ?vkiidon Plate. 6f.—Amb> 1. Boniiif Ouida 2, Olira. Kohnu.ii 3. Wun by a mvk. Time, lmiji 20s«\ I'resid-fift's Handicap, 35soy». 7;. - Lady Low-burn (7.5) 1, Sartonia-rt (8.2) 2, Qmrimis 7 8) 3. Scra-tchod: Ngatapjv. Won liy a. short Iwad. Time, 3min SOte.v. First Open Trot. 35sovs. lm.--Cathr-dral Chimes (17scc) 1, Takio (17teci 2, Commander 801 l toiec) o. All .started. Ivan C. ran into third place, hut was called off for starting before time. Won by a nose. Time, 2min 35£ sec. Tapanui Handicap, SOsovs. 7i\—Rus=.o (9.0) 1, Peerless (8.7) 2, Officious 8.111 3. Also started ! Ngapuna 6.10. Won by a length. Time, Imm 30sec. LADY PROFESSIONAL PEDESTRIAN. Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. SYDNEY, November 13. (Received November 18, at 9.60 a.m.) Miss Muriel Escott won the New South Wales ladies' sprint championship. Two rinks from the Waikouaiti Bowling Club visited Seacliff to-day to meet the local bowlers on the Hospital Green.
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SPORTING, Evening Star, Issue 15653, 18 November 1914
SPORTING Evening Star, Issue 15653, 18 November 1914
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