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‘DUNEDIN JOCKEY CLUB’S RACES. [By Old Identity.] P. T. Hogan’s horses arrived from Southland last night. , The northern terms are to reach Wingatui to-night. So far the rain has not done the course any harm. There is plenty of time for the bad wcafher to clear off before Christmas, as it did last .year, prophets say we shall have it fine on Saturday. GORE TROTTING MEETING. The following are the acceptances for the Gore trotting meeting on _ Boxing Day : Novice Handicap. l|m. Sarsfield scratch, Maid of Darringa'il scratch, Nore 2 seconds, Rialto 2, Louvain Chimes 2, Exmoor 2. Deni 2, Quadroon 2, Livingstone 2. Minim 4, Green Stripe 4. Mat aura. Handicap. 2m.—Brookbell scratch, Prince Gift 5 o&oonds, Toney Robins 5, Commander Rell 5, Massey 7, Annie K. 7, Rory 8, Ivory Bells 10, Midge 12, Observer 12. Trugela 12. Christmas Handicap. IJJm. Erce scratch, Eunice 1 second, Tottywood 2, Otama 4, Farrier 8. Tokio 8. Honest Mac 9, Ivan C. 10. Dolly Regers 10, Lady Tempest 10, Maid of ‘Darringall 10, Sarsfield 10.

Trotting Club Handicap. 2m.—Galvanita scratch, Stanley’s Child 3 seconds, Garrett a 8, Black Yet 8, SAL 8, Waiebie 11., Flora Tracey 11. George M. Junior 12, Miss Fortune 12, Moneymaker 12. District Handicap. 2m.—Annie K. 3 seconds, Maori Chieftain 3. Eros 5. Lindotta 6, Tottvwcwi 8, Cathedral Chimes IC, Woodrcof 'l2, Wild Thorn 12. Croydon Handicap. — Toney Robins scratch, Commander Bell scratch, Kory 2 seconds, Ivory Bells 4. Security 4, Midge 5, Observer 5, Trugela 5, Major Taylor 8, Spyiaw Maid 10. Blackball 11, Fanner 11, Young Quincey 13, El si nor 13, Response 13, Lowlander 15, Octave 13, Harold Wilks 13, Gold Tip 13, Bulnamoan 13, Indy Robin 13, Rummy 13 Little Kate 13, Pinebcll 15. Inchcapo Bell 13, The Sprinter 13, Outpost 13. Boxing Day Handicap. lm.—Gamechild scratch, Centrcwood scratch, Truth 1 second, Hinemoa 1. Fred 2, Coldstream Bells 3, Arbiter 3, Castout 4, Bell Boy L. 5. Massey .V Cbatswood 5, Hectorata 5, Chatterbox 5, Queen Tracey 5, Royal Blue 5, Motorist 5. Final Handicap. Ijm. Galvanita scratch, Ga-mechild 1 second, Stanley’s Child 2, Truth 2, Black Satin 4, Little Doris 6, Wood King 6, Wait-chie 6, George M. Junior 7, Royal Blue 7, Flora Tracey 7, Queen Tracey 7, Chatterbox 7, Dot Robins 7. Miss Fortune 7, Chatswood 7, Motorist 7. BOWLING, SYDNEY CARNIVAL ABANDONED. A cablegram has been received by Mr A. M. Bryden. of Auckland (secretary of the Domiuoin Bowling Association), advising the abandonment of the Sydney Easter carnival. As it wac- the intention to send an official New Zealand team to the Australian carnival, the Dominion Executive met last night, and decided to extend the time for entering for the Dominion tournament, which will bo held at Auckland in January, until Saturday.

PASSING AWAY OF A CRICKETER. A London cable message received to-day announces the death of Mr A. 0. Jones, the Nottincham amateur cricketer, who ployed for Cambridge University and Notts. It states that deceased never fully recovered from tho attack of pneumonia which he contracted during an Australian visit of a few years ago, when he captained the visiting learn.

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SPORTING, Issue 15682, 22 December 1914

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SPORTING Issue 15682, 22 December 1914

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