GORE TROTTING MEETING. Tho following handicaps have been declared for the principal events at this meeting on Boxing Day: Trotting Club Handicap. 2m.—Galvanita. scr, Stanley's Child 3 seconds, Black Satin 5, Carretta 8, Black Yet 8, S M. 8, Granger 11. Waitcliie 11, Flora T.acev 11. George M. Junior 12, Miss Fortune 12, Wood King 12, Matchlight 12. Monovmaker 12, Lady Montetiore 12. Boxing' Day Handicap. lm.-- Gamechild scr, Cen'trewood sr.r. Truth I.second. Hinemoa 1. Fred 2. Coldstream Bells o. Arbiter 3, Ovstcrshell 3, Castout 4, \\ oo<l King 4, Granger 4. Bell Boy L. 5. Massey 5, Chatswood 5, Hcctorata 5, Chatterbox 5. Queen Tracey 5. Royal Blue 5, Masterpiece 5, Motorist 5. MANAWATU RACES. The acceptances for the principal event-; on the opening day of the. Muiiawutn Meeting (eDce.mber 26) are:—Manawatu Cup. l£m.--Kilrain 8.11, Ladoga 8.9, Koova 8.6, Ahawo 8.0. Quarantine 7.10, Byron 7.9, Peroneal 7.2, Fair Rosamond 7.2, Kimbomhi 7.1. Mouloa Girl 7.0, Guiding Way 7.0, The Rover 6. i. Victoria 6.7. Fitzherbert Handicap. 6f.—Pavlova 9.0, Plavoff 8.7, Zens 8.3, Our King 8.0, Chakwana 7.13. Gladiole 7.12. Peronilh 712 Dcniso Ormo 7.11, Pari form 7.7.. Adroit 7.3, Lady Alicia 6.11, F.vadne 6.10, Epworth 6.7, "Coldstream 6.7. Master Achilles 6.7, Martian Princess 6.7. Twenty horses have made iinal payment for the North Palmerstnn Stakes, 6f, w.f.a., with penalties, run on the second dav (December 28). They are: Rangitiro,'Flying Start, Floweret, Conn Martial. Autumnus, Gold Shot, l.old i Coil. Emperador, Formalcster. Lareclle, i Amphona, Legal Tender, Chillies. Gladiole, Our King, Multiiid, Erin, Happiness, Dinner Gong, Roumania. LAWN TENNIS. MY Begg presided over a meeting of the committee of the Otago Lawn Tennis Association, held last evening. _ _ I It was reported that suitable provision j had been made for catering at the New j Zealand championships, to be held at ■ Carisbrook; also regarding netting, seat- j ing accommodation, and tho position oi courts. . . The New Zealand Association wrote regarding tho position of the proposed , courts at Carisbrook, and also stating that] Messrs Avres and Co. had donated 50 J dozen tennis balls to arrive in Dunedin m j time for the tourney. —It was resolved j that the present arrangements regarding ; the position of the courts should stand j until the arrival of the secretary of the New Zealand Association. Invitations to be present have been issued to tho Governor and the Prime Minister. Weights for the Wvndham Cup, Um, I run on New Years Day.—Flora M'Drm- j aid 9.2. Magdala 8.13, Hesione 8.10. j Gapon 8.10, 'Sombrero 8.3. Golden King 8.2. United Service 7.12, Ogier 7.11. Directoire 7.10, Peerless 7.7, Leading Lady 7.5, Wharfinger 7.5, Obolus 7.0, Pretty Jane 6.12, Quirinus 6.12, Waitara 6.7. The Hood at Greymouth did no damage, to the racecourse'or to the railway m connection with it. j
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