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DUNEDIN JOCKEY CLUB’S RACES. [By Old Identity.] The summer races of the D.J.O. are fixed for Saturday of thin week and the Monday that follows, Saywoll’s new starting machines were being erected to-day. The course is in good order, the recent showers having been rather a help than otherwise. Proceedings are to start rather earlier than usual. The first event each day is timed for 12.15 and the last for 4.55, so that racegoers will be able to get home early. Four direct trains are laid on each way in addition to the ordinary service. Ohudic has already arrived. Several northern horses are expected to-night. Martius, John Barleycorn, and Golden King are in favor for the Otago Handicap, while Palisade, Obsono, Chndic, and Findhom have friends for the Federal Handicap. swimming! Duke Kahanamoku, the Hawaiian swimmer, will leave Sydney on February 20 for Wellington. Mr H. S. Williams has been appointed manager of the tour on behalf of the New Zealand Council.

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SPORTING, Issue 15681, 21 December 1914

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SPORTING Issue 15681, 21 December 1914

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