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SPORTING

CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP. For flic lwviity-ehdith Now chcso championship toiirnainent to '.-• played at Phi bit hnreh beiw-e-t-n Chibuiinj i and Nov.- Year. 36 entries have lx>nn ,■ - c-eiv-ed, as follows:—A. \V. O. Davies an 1 J. 0. ffrierson (Audcland), K. A. Hi.'-, iNapier), S. \V lin.jrc (Mastt-rt-on). (> • Pleasants (Waiigatmi), John Mason (Palmerston North). \V ('. Li-li ;i;:d ii. .-. Maek.nzio (Wd!in-_"U.r,). O. F. Iled.b ;'■' son). F. H. Severn.- and W. H. Biuke.ft (C'aiikrburv). T. Mum (Timanii, Be,. ;\ (',. Fox il.ittlc Paver). F.ev. C. F. 1 :-. (Norfolk Island). B. .3. Barnes and F. K. ivdling (Wellington). 8.A.8.C. 'J'ho Punediii Amat. ur Bcntine Club Ib'd thiii anmia! road race on FridOiy even; ; i hint, and althon-h ill-- w-eather cun-lit: I W-le ii<-,(. the b-t a -00/ l fcld f.-xn-.l .-;;■ I M. Ty.-vui, fsiart-r). who sent, tle'in av . . lat 7 o ,-;■-. e!;. J ii'- eoui>.- thi-s liar was l-b j same diaanco as I:.M y, ,r. i.'xeejti 1 hut ti, - | i"i<v \v>;.-: nil.' tin- '/ji!i si:«- nay. (iivine; t> I thj hiidi ii'H''-e.-(:;iv j b! ,v. hie;. The coer,.j was 1": oi/. 'lie !,.,;;!,li-d the ruid i„I side the Anderson Bav inlet, and up ii:e jroad at the haek of V.uixha I], :ikws f > 11:.; | top of the hill ;i.!jo\-:- V, a\-(-r!«'y, and <l'n\:i j on' to the P..it-Jr. 1 1') f Hid. th-.ino back t-.. ! ihe «d:<d. The runners 1 iai.-i had a «u-os,g | wind l.LJ.'ind tin-Hi mi the. homo ran. B - Pr.lu:--W. MTid-v hj A M Their-,,, 120.ee) 2 (1. .Su,e! (A'js.e) 3 V nan tho start .VCiiiloeb and Si,*>l set [a last pace to the in ,t, of the Vatixhall | road, and K !, J"r! up tni ' li'il put a ;i-,,;,l spaee U-tw-eeu them and tlie rest of the ! field, with tin- .--xe.-jiiioii of M Thereon ;..-.d I'u.ihii-. 'the..- four uciv together ;il*i\-.-> Wav-ilcy. w i'-ei-i; .M'Ciii'o.-h startnd out. i'r;in then,, with M'J'ii. rson elos.* behind. Ai the trough M'( Oill-a-h ]< d tin; biLH-r iv 50 yards, and rini.died si run" v.-itli a h-a'l of 60 yards. A -.,-"1 i,n,' for lliird phi, <• 1,-tAve.■■!-, Nteel an i Piilkir -aw the fori,). ;• eon:- in \\u- \:nh in front of Pulbr. ~!ght others also ti.-irt-d. Tin,,, Hinia '42.-01-. Previuus AVinneis.—l9o9. K. J. H-. v : 1010. Ji. Five; 1011, (, Irviii:-: 1912.".]. It M'lKaiira'll; 101?. Tie <-. Barber: 1314. \V. .M'Cuboe],. Tho I'r.lhiwitnr crew.' have boon diaivj, for lho elu'hV Pair-, a,■ liar:'-, to l>e_;in 1,,-i-L.ijjht, at 6.45:- T. Fran, is (."tr), A. Andrews; H. \V..v d •Stl). J-!. F-OLe; T. Illd--.-on -si!). T. Anderson : \V. Mills (s'.r). H. Fool«; .). .Mah,;iev f.-.tr), I). Ilobeitson ; V. AndoTfc.-m I sir). K. Bryant ; J. Slight (sir), \V. Thionpf- ;ii ;C. Ty. c :>:i (str), "(J. .-vUel. First li-at, J. .Slight mc-eta C. lyson ; .soixnd he.at, S. Wood jnc-ats T. ii-jdgson ; thirl heat. J. .M-abrnv-y mc-els F. FraiiiOs ; fourth heat, W. Mills jjH.ets F. Andv-rsun.

Reports from Sydney state that, .Mr E. J. Walt has pureh-a&ed a portion of the Nanu'iJiyan estate, formerly ournxl by .Major Claudo .Smith, and that he intends biecdiug operations tin-re. Mr Watt has d<>iK- a Jot of racing in Australia during the last few years, and it has ben repoiud moiv than onte that he contemplated withdrawing hi.- racing ink-r----ests from New Zealand 'Jlier-'s iia.s );~\;n no talk on this .subject lately, li'jw<:\cr. ruid it seems probiblo tliat ho will continue to race hi New Zealand, as Wv.-ii as in Australia, for ronw time yet.

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SPORTING, Issue 15675, 14 December 1914

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SPORTING Issue 15675, 14 December 1914

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