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SPORTING

EOIMH'EY PARK TROTTING CEER

The following nominations have been received for the summer meeting (January 27 and 50) :

El RST i)A V. —W E nXKS 1 >AY

First Amateur Handicap (saddle). 100 soyc. LI in. Gold Til). Trimcla. Spvlaw Maid. Blackball. Ouiekeye, James Maddison, Waliiicena. Maiim;atui. Victor Chief. Starry Night. Allen Ooone, .Eosie M'Kinnev, ' Bendie-o, imperial Victor. ■Stag** Ring. Maewcod. liegnre, Harold Wiik-e.s. .hie M'Kinnev, Rummv. Parkheld. Royal EuMischih'l. Young Quiticey, Jimmy ( ampboli. Zainola, Rio Grande. Baron Adelaide. The lironzewing. Peter Duncan. Gold Albert. Ravensd;,b>. Ivory Bells." Mendip. Woodwork. Ertdv Creole. Octave.

Stewards' flnndicap (harness). ioOsovs l.'.ui.---Aero, .St. Leo," Imperial I'erfection Royal Moor, Icicle. Atweod, Massey. An uie K., Miss i-'eggy, ha I'aloma. Dimspey irwin, Touvvood. George M. Junior .Masterpiece, 'Lucille, Black Arrow, Wai taki. Miss Clarendon. Euretta, Grace Dar iineton. Eavouius. Dora M/Kinney. Che! stun, \utwood Junior. The Bron/owinrr Beuhell, Black Link.

Kensington Handicap (saddle). IfJOnvs. 3m. Be,icli Boy. ('arietta. Little. Kauri. Ciiugchild, l.a.w Chimes, 0.1.C.. Varravilie. Gee Win/, Black Satin, George M. Junior, Wood King. Knapdale, Lady Lyons, Stanley's Child. Tom Savers. Eelette, S.M., Ee.v cord i urn, Gladsome, Black Yet, Scotch Mist.

Dunedin Cup (harness), 650m;vs. 9iu. — Sherwood. Persuader. Mauder-'iie. Glendalough. St. Jvevin. Eeccntrie, Adonis, Crown Prince, Erandocia, Lord lleathcote. Evelyn, Master Raymond, Tommy C, Calni. Ilipon Child, Denver Iluou, 'Dillon Bell. Wallace Wood, St. Swithin.

Trial Handicap. ilO.sc-vsi. U,m. .Aero, Honest, Mac. Gold Patch, Scenery. .Imperial Perfection, Ladv Tempest. Papeete, Will <>' the Wisp, j'eieie. Eros, George M'Kinnev, Sinoda, Pass-wood, Maid of DarringalL Kiwi. Moilie M'Kinnev, Rummy, Flora T'racey, Miss Financier, Euretta. Loeheml. Stanley's Discovery, Eavouius. Sir Elmo. Elrosi. Wa.iiongoa, Stella C. Cnets-lon, M'Conmichie, Lady Alac, Tarah, Ilono Ariki, Beuhell, Mountain .Rose. Larkiim. Ka.wek;i, \'olcano. Ota.go Handicap (saddle), 160sovs. 2m. —Mystic, Masscy. Prince Gift. EoPtrebor, Lord Roanehihi, Eoval Rot-hsehild, Harvest, Home. Heriot. Albertoria. Myall, Pm>w .Bell, Capitalist, Rothbury, Commander Bell, Tika. Tony Kobbiiis. Bamboo, Tin Barn. Te Kuiti, Ivory Bells.

King George Handicap* (harness), 220 sovs. "lHn. Bell Metal, Giendalough, Eccentric, Adonis, Bouisda. Erandocia. Lord lleathcote. .Itipou Child, Cameos. Dillon IMI, Wallace Wood. St. .Swithin. Little Tib. Ravensehild.

Electric Handicap (saddle). 160sovs. J.m.—Kinetic, Dot Robbins, Talcomlie, Dalwhinnie. Clinecliild. Hectorata, The Ring's General, V. E. Bells. Queen Traeev. Bonny Jenny, Game Child. Stanley's Child, Captain Traeev, P-aeehiisi, Texas* Kirwce, Lincoln Junior, Truth, Mountain Rose, Bequest, Wiikie, Tnatara, Sparkling Kola', Amly Tn-pu,, Collemi. Sncoxi) Day.----Satcriiay. :-'econd Amat'-uir Handicap fhaniens), KlOsovs. J.t.in. —l-fgmest- Mac. Gold Patch, Sc<Tiery, Imperial Perfecj-ion, Jilveno,

James Maddison, Brightchih.l. Papeete, Will o' the Pax, Loose, Starry XuV.dit, George M'Kinnev. Sinoda,. Bore, Passwood, Madcati Madge, 'Mis.*' Hazel. Maid of 'Darriuga,!!. Dim Spey. H.iwiroa, Mollic "Mi'Kinney, j'rincess Lily." Ac. Kaore, Rummy. Miss Financier, Euretta. Jiniiny Campbell. Jeoclieud. St-enley's .Discovery. Sir Elmo, Stella. C.. Xut'.vood Junior, M'Connaehie. Ladv Mac, Th* .Bronze-

wing, Ilono Ariki, Larkum. Silversmith Kaweka.

Summer Handicap (saddle), iWOsovs. Elm.-—Aero, Sceuerv, Eunice, J{nv;d Moor, At. wood. Outre. .\j;rs Peggy. Passwoorl, La. Paloma, Irwin, Tot.ty'wood. Kiwi, .Masterpiece, Missouri, Harvest- Home, The .Broncho, Stanley's Pet, Miss Clarendon, Favonins, Elrosi, Dora, M'Kinnev, Walre.mcoa., Chelsioii. Lvmihurs.t, Scarctitield. The Brouzowiui;.' BenbeiL Sale.x, Black Link.

•telegraph Handicap fsaddle). 200sov.=>. 2m.—Beach Boy, Kinetic, Carretta. Lady Tempest. Cliugch.ild. Law Chimes. 0.1.C., Varra.v-;ile. Gee Whiz. The King's General. .Binek SiLl.in. 'Wood King. .Staulev's Child, Belett-', S.M.. Denver Huon. Cladsome, Black Vet. Scotch Mist, Collcna.

[■'orbnry Handicap (harness). 450sovs 2m. —-Sherwood, Persnadel-, Manderine (Mendaiough, St. Kevin. iv centric Adonis, Crown prince. Erandocia. Lore Hea.thcofe, Evelyn. -Masier Eavmond Tmiiiiiv ('.. Calni. Denwii Huon.' .Diiloi .Bel!, Waliace. Wo.-d. St. Swithiu. Littl. Tib.

Mitsseiimrdi Handicap isaddle). CiOse-s Elm.- -L„dy Robin. Gold Tip.' Trujch, Sjiylnu- Maid, Blackball, Aiinotit Jiintor James Waibuena. Maungatiii \'ictor Chief. Starrv Night. Silver Patch Allen Doone. Rosi- M'Kinney. liempeo

tniPsrial \'iet,,r. Ma.ewood.' TCs.ireb-;r Decree. Harold "Wiikes. Lavinic. Pari:

j fWd. .Mvall, IVm- !;,•!!, Ramo'a. Rio 1 Grande Fine Hell. Ikiron .Adelaide. GoM ! Albert, Gladsome. Woodwork. I.adv Creole. Roval Ifandicm f harness), 2 r .osoy«. .1 i-111. —Ji-i-n .Mobil.' M.-.tnlelwie Gienrb,-lon-!i, Fccmric. Adonis, Boni-aa. Rh.oM I'hihl. Cameo*, Kin" f ■■]<■■ I);]!..;, !ic.il Wood, >;.. S-..,!;hi„. Liu! ■ Tih. i r.'.-f.-rit, HaiidVap ;'harne =.= b liVCovs, 211). Olllckcvn. Grat.lal; AilllcV '['<,!, \e>e Mv.-t.ic, Ma.Wv. Aimm K., 'Prim. Gift. < '.-i.jiitii.iis:,. l{-,ihli;i!'v. ''"imiiiiiiilrr i;, ;:. i'!:■-■.■. 1... rika. '|V K„i;i. An Revo;,- Handio.,,-, isad-Rei I'fCo.vs lim—Bol! .Metal, Kinoiic. f'-il-ivhinm'c, Olpji.l.-il.'.uu'li. !•'. !.■:. T.elis. Qtic-i'ii Tracoy. R iv Jenny, (ciim'. child, Cair-.-os, K;r\>-..->, Rineoln' .1 im ; or. Mountain llfis'. l',cones>. Wilkio. '['o'M.va, Sparkle)- Kola. Amly Ib-an. TNTERS'I'ATK CRICKET. The interstate ..natch Nf.v Smith Wales v. St.uth Australia v.av . onnr....,red vesterday c:i the >Syrii)"y Oval. The uvaiher opened kne. ami iae wicket wii.i perfc ... Ney. Wal-, won the l-.-s am! went ill. When t-,'.(i wickets uitc rlnwii for IG6 r;:ns A!,ir;,n nrv 24. Rardslcv .le* «mt 80. Andrews not mil 51.1 piny had' |.i be abandoned for (.],.-■ day. owiny;' to heavy rain. RAVKXSBOCRXE REGATTA ("oM.M! I TEE. Thi. tweniy->e\enlh annual mectim:; m' the Ravensbourne Regalia- ('oinniii 10-o'T. as held i;i tlic bnatshed last i-vniiiix- The commodore (Mr 11. F. Aioiler! presided uM'i' a small a! toiida nee ol' members. Tlic annual l.a lance-sheet . which was adopted. disr:|r,.s..r| a balance of .05!) lis 10(1 in credit, afier pavino ail cneiises. Oh tli.- motion oi'.M'r Greyjorv.' seconded liy Air !larrid;:e. it was resole',.,| lo ham! over the prolits of tin- for; heomimj; regatta (to bo heid on February I. 7 .) to tli ■ Belgian I'cli.'l' fund. The Mayoress (Mrs Blackie: is to li,. a-ked b> 'ory,a)iGo a Ladies' Committee to .-a-il patriotic badges on the occasion. The following oflicc-hcai'cs were elected for ile- •■■iisiiini; .season ;- i ommodoi e. Mir. E. Moller: vice-coiumoaores —Messrs .7. K Blackie, T. jlan'i.lsc. ,\. Mont-ornci'". • I !"•'. Blackie, \Y. Barker. R. Cvj-orv. A. C. li'inion, aiiil K. Knews'iihl, ; MM-re-tcii-v Ah' R. Yoiin- : assist:,i;t socrptarv ajid trea.siiiar. .Mr R. Ciegorv: e;encr,ii com niitfcf—M<vsr.s J. l-'roncli'. {['. Huttn:i. F. W'elilicr, Vvk Fi-rnc'i, G. (ireaorv, 11. Graham, .7. Donaldson, K. Monk. 17 I'ardno, .7. O'Sullivan. ]v II. Donaldson. E. .A!ontc;omcrv, I). Connor, C. Fronch, P. Riciiriale';' motov hoai stai'tci'-s, TI. Percy and 0. Oregon-; motor boat hnndieappors, Messrs I'. "llArridge and L. Noes; yacht hanrlicajiper.s—.Messrs ITarridc;o, (.'.imevon, and Asher; motor boat jikl^cs—Messrs G. Grorroi'V. Harridgo, and 'W. ]snrkpi-; yacht stailer. Mr G. Smith; sailing boat judges—.Messrs .7. F. IJlackin, C. Smith, aiul C. French : motor boat timekeepers, Messrs G. Gregory and P. Harriii-io: press steward, Mr T. Jfarn'd<ve : sailinir boat timekeeiiers. Messrs ,1. F. lilackie and C. Smith. The closed with a hearty vote o{ thanks to the ittiriuu office-baniii's.

WAIK.OUAITI RACIOS. The following were, the winning owners at, the New Year'* Dav Meeting :—(.'. Machel £9O, 0, R. \Vise'£B7. W. Pollock £7O. J. Sliro £6B. J. M'Kewen £6O, St. J. Buckley" £-55. J. IE White £SO. A. Smith £45. 'Urns, iliistem £ls. P. '.l'ooniev £lO, R. D. Johnstone £lO, E. Russell £lO. Mrs Ellis £lO, T. and W. .Roherbs £l.O, R. Howard £5, It. Kiddle £5. As already mentioned in our report, there was a record attendance, and the course was in tip-top condition, causing favorable confluent from owners. The railway arrangements were also excellent,. In this connection, however, the club ought to seriously consider tho advisability of beginning the day's programme not later than ll.crO a.m. The meeting is held on a holiday, and the train service could he so arranged that evervone would he on Die ground by .1.1 o'clock, and the special leave, after the last race, say about halfpast 4. This, year a large amount was shut out, of the totalit-ititor owing to people Dtinedin-hotmd having to leave the course before the final event was run. Encouraged by the success of the racing, the f-tewards were discussing on the course the. advisability of increasing the stakes nexl year. Tins would he a, popular move with owners from a. distance.

P.. Deoley was an easy lirst amongst winning horsemen at the Auckland Cup meeting with six victories and a dead heai. the others being: C. limmerson •'!, IE .Robinson o. J. Coiup.iesl. 2, E. Elvnii ?„ A. M'Millai. 2, J. Buchanan 2. L. 'Wilson 2. 0. Price, R. Berry, Were, Clark, Tutcheii. E. E. Jones. 0. Browne, and J. Deercy 1 each, and !'. Brady a, dead heat. Mr Charles Watson, the well-known West. Australian sportsman, who returned by the Meohan, brings jiews that Brownie Cars lake and other Australian jo. kies who had beer, riding for Austrian notabilities, are now interned in various parts of Austria, and, according to a. jockey who escaped, they are being treated very well (states a telegram from Eremantle to a, Sydney paper). Mr Watson ,'iae been iu England for the past .seven months purchasing horses for various Australian owners, and he has arranged for 22, most of which are vearliugs, to come out. lie is sending to Mr G. J. Barry, of New South Wal-s. 'four yearlings and one three-year-old. lie has also rent out/on behalf of Mr V. W. Bullock, the well-known jockey, two fine racehorses to IE Lewis, of Melbourne, brother of Bobbie Lewis. These two horser. were ov.ned by a, wealthy German, Count Lehondorn, and they were seized by the British authorities and sold privately A coincidence is that Bullock used to ride for the Count, and now he owns liksi horses. Mr Watson states that the war had made little difference to rating in England. "There is, of course, a big difference in the price oi horses," he explained. "One. thrce-year-old which was considered cheap at 1.500gs last year was bought for a)ogs this year, and one that was. worth SOOgs last year Mas purchased for lOOgs." On Thursday evening the Eavensbourne Boating (Tub sailed a yacht, race for boys connected with the various yacht crews. Three yachts took part in the event, which resulted in a win for Waimaua (scratch), sailed by ,i. Petri.,. Thelma (4min) w:is

sailed bv E. Bos well, and won on her Ike wl'vlwauee. M>vo («cva.tcli\. «iU*d V>>F. Webber, was the. second boat to cross the line, but lost on time allowance. The wind was light, north-east, veering to south-east and flukv, but tho boats: were well handled. The*(irst, and second boats sailed for gold and silver medals.

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SPORTING, Issue 15696, 9 January 1915

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SPORTING Issue 15696, 9 January 1915

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