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SALE OF THOROUGHBREDS. The annual sale of Mr Donald Eraser's yearling and two-year-old thoroughbreds Viy Advance and Martello was held yesterday. The highest prices wore : Vearfing colt by Advance—Seagull, 241 g.i; yearling colt by Advance—Endeavour/200gs; black colt by Advance—-fcou'-westcr mare, 152gs. LADIES' SWIMMING CARNIVAL. Tho first public carnival of the Dunodin Ladies Amateur Swimming Club will be held in the Municipal Tepid Baths on Friday. The net proceeds are to be devoted to the local relief fund. Following are the handicaps made by Messrs E. H. Olds (instructor) and R. *E. Gibson (secretary) : 50 Yards Breast Stroke.—l. Miller scr. Fi. G. Turner 14 seconds, L. Kemp 15, .1. Wilson 18, C. Turner 18. W. Ashcroft 18, D. Ashcroft 18, L. Fewster 20. C. Couchman 20. 50 Yards, any stroke.— I. Miller scr, L. Kemp 10 seconds, E. G. Turner 11, D. Kerr 11, .7. Wilson 15, C. Turner 15, W. Ashcroft, 15, L. Fewster 15, D. Ashcroft 16. 100 Yards, any stroke.— I. Miller 1 socond, D. Kerr 13, L. Kemp 15, E. G. Turner 21, .1. Wilson 25. C. Turner 25, W. Ashcroft 25, L. Fewster 25, D. Ashcroft 26. ROSLYN BOWLING- CLUB. 'l'hi- annual lnatoh between Roslyn. and Ea.lmacp.wen will be played to-night at 6.15 o'clock, on Roslyn Green.—Roslyn : W. Cow, Allen, M'Dougall, A. Matheson (s) ; Gordon Scott, Leijon, R. H. .Scott, D. Scott (s) j Roy, Rosa, Davis, R. Crawford (a); Hamel, J. Scott, Nioolson, Howard (k); Do Boer, Armstrong, M'Fadden, Barnett (s); Murdoch, Farley, A. Crawford, Dickson (s); J. If. Mathison, Wood, Simpson, G. A. Scott (s); R. Falconer, Farmer, Wedderspoon. Miller (s). CRICKET TOURS. At n meeting of tho Management Com mittee of the Wellington Cricket Association held last night it. was decided to reply as follows to the Otago Association's icqucst for a repne-scntative. match at Christmas: —"We have already arranged w ; th Auckland, Christchurch, and Otago for matches at Christmas, New Year, and Anniversary Day, and we regret, that it is i.ow too late to make any alteration."— A communication was received from the New South Wales school teachers' team cancelling its match here «.t Christmas as, owing to tho outbreak of war, it will h-o unable to make the trip to the Domi-

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SPORTING, Issue 15665, 2 December 1914

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SPORTING Issue 15665, 2 December 1914

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