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THE UUVEiuwK. WELLINGTON, December 2. Thoir Excellencies the Governor ana ouuutess ol Liverpool nave arranged to leave Wellington on uecumocv xo iu oiuer to vieit uisuorne. They will leave Gisuorno on Uie evening 01 ueeeiuuer M lor Wellington, and will proceed on llio night 01 i/ecoaiuer zi to omistcuuicu. FORBURY TROTS. —————*- : FORBURY CUP (harness), 300sovs; second 45sovs, third 15sovs. 2m. 4R. Glides and M. Edwards's Wallace Wood, 9sec (M. Edwards) ... 1 5 R. Hall arid Simpson's Frandocia, 7sec ■ (A. JJuUeriield) 2 7 W. J. Doyles's Crown Prince, 7sec (J. M'Lennan) ... 6 Also started: 6 Emmeline. scr, 3 Schoolgirl 6sec, 1 St. Swithin 7sec, 2 Tommy C. 9sec, and 8 Piecework Usee. Piecework held his load for three furlongs, but Wallace Wood went to the head of affairs. Tommy C. would not. settle down, and lost his place. After six furlongs Wallace Wood was leading Piecework by two lengths, Frandocia and Crown Prince following. In the back stretch Frandocia went into second" place behind Wallace Wood. With a lap to go Wallace. Wood' was leading Frandocia by two lengths, Crown Prince two and a-half lengths further away, and Emmeline running into fourth place. 'ln the back stretch Wallace Wood lay two lengths clear of Frandocia, and then there was a big gap. Wallace Wood eventually wi.n by three lengths from Frandocia, who was 20 lengths in front of Crown Prince, and then'eamo Emmeline, St. Swithin, Piecework, and Sihoolgirl in that order.' Time, 4min 44 3-ssec.

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STOP PRESS ITEMS., Issue 15665, 2 December 1914

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STOP PRESS ITEMS. Issue 15665, 2 December 1914

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