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STOP PRESS ITEMS.

HORORATA RACES : THIS DAY. Farmers' Hack Handicap, 40sovs. 71'.—.Moddite (10.3) 1, Chorale (0.2) 2, Purseform (9.7) 3. Bangor Hack Handicap, 40sovs. 4f.—Christmas Lily (9.5) 1, Derby Day (9.13) 2, Medloy (8.8) 3. ~ .■ mu Hororata Cup, lOOsovs. lixn.—Flower of tho West (8.3) 1, Tho Polo (7.13) 2, Briar Patch (8.9) 3. - LATE WAR NEWS. O" , ; NORTH SEA MINES. (Press Aspociation— By ..Telegraph—Copyright. ( ' . ' LONDON, December 4. (Received December 5, ,at 2.10 p.m.) « Of the Mary's missing crew six died of exposure and tho seventh was « yescu Danish steamer which was mined and .sunk in the North Sea. Seven of her crew were afterwards missing.] TO-DAY'S CRICKET. The following were tho scores at 3.40 p.m.':— Carisbrook-B v Colts.-f-Carisbrook P> -101 for six wickets (Austin 25, C. Camoron 25, Watsnri 18 not out). Crawford mpUnvd lour wickets. Carisbrook A v. Dmu'din.-c-Ciwisbrook 150 lor one wicket (.Siedebcrg 0, Hay 82 not out, Bruges 60 riot out). St. Kilda v. Grange.—St. Kilda all out lor 71 (M'Faull 16). Graham took six wickets for 30.. \ _ Albion v. Opoho.—Opoho seven wickets for 107 (Casey 37, Kenny 20., Davidson 15).

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STOP PRESS ITEMS., Issue 15668, 5 December 1914

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STOP PRESS ITEMS. Issue 15668, 5 December 1914

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