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X K\V ZEALAXD TOUR XAM EXT. The Raii-i Championship in connection with the Dominion meeting wa? commenced at Auckland yesterday. There were eight section-. with tonr -id.-secuunx to each. Owing to the large number of game, play was continued on some of the greens till 8 o'clock. Ihe section finals were rea died. To-day's programme L ; Forenoon, to deride the section Honors, followed bv mler-rct ional play; afternoon, final round of the Rinks t hamphm-liip. The Doubk’s semi-finals yesterday resulted Section A.—Webb iWellington! 18 heat Bioiighton : Devonian 1) 13; Harp .Carterton! 15. nil! ,Te Iliwit 9. Seciion li.- .lino (Ka ra nga hake) bo heat Vki.kcrley ißocky Xooki 1,1; Lamb (Carltout 20. Frost t’L’e 11 iwi'l 7. Section C.—-Ilardic .Veil Auckland) 18 beat Jenkins Rocky Xook) 7: ('arsweli iTnierii 17. MTlmigall d.'h) i.-telinu bj 14, Section 11.--Tin llanlyne (Wellington) 13 lieal Atkinson (Wanganui) 11 ; Lamhie T’ihaiuai 17. Bon-kill /Rocky Xookt 12.

• i Section K.- - Cohen 'Wanganui. 19 lieat '1 Erskine (WellingLnii 4: Everitt lOtahnhul | 19. Borland Danterhuiwl 16. 1 j Section F. ■ Rar-oiis i I’on-onhy i 25 heat I j ITo i.Monnl Eden; 5; Brai item i/lgc iXew--1 I town) 21. Kilisdmi (Rocky Xook) 19. (| Section H.- l’iiur il’on-onby) 17 heal I j VS nolle)' ( Rcnuiera i 4: MT.aren i Dunedin; i 20. Norwood (Victoria) 14. ’ j Section ll.—Sinellie it Ireeit T -1; 111 <l' 16 ! j beat Fisher iCaiTertoii! .14; Prince ,Xcwj t'r.nij 15. S. Smith (Fitzroy) 12. . j - The Dunedin Bairs.— . | Following are the results of the play in ; ! which 1 b'lvdin rr|;re.-en(alivcs took part ; • | Section C. Subsection C : H arm wav ; l Dniiedin |. 2 wins, 1 loss, and beaten in F the (day-oil by .M - Donga 11 • {J !11 islclunrli!. Siilisectimi D; t'arswill iTaieii I ’. 3 wins, i and beat M'Dongill in (Tie section seini- • final. i Scct'on 1). Subsection C; Savon ,Dini- ■ | erlin;. 1 win. 2 10-.e-. Sulwecl ’■ m D : ('. I j liii'.s.ell Sioitb t Dunedin). 2 win -, 1 lio-. : | and was beaten by Lambic I’ihamaj in I the play-olf. ■j Section F.- SnbsecLnii C : MornXon •; ■ Dimedini. 2 win-, I io*s. W .i- heaten ’ j Fveritt 'Dlg’iuluil in the plav-otf. i | Subset lion I); Waddell 'Hanianp. 2 wins ; I 1 losl Section F.- -Snbsertinn C: Wvatl iDnnerlin), 2 win.. 1 and wa- 'beaten hv iilli'doii I Rocky Xooki b, the play-off. , Subsection I); M* In tyre iTaierio .3 1.-ses. Section Siih-e'etion \ : M'Danald 1 i (Hreen M nnli. 1 wnt, 2 io-es. Snl;;ee- : 1 1011 C ; M'Lai ei! I Inoedin•. 5 win;, See- ' i Hon -emi-tinai : M'laireii heat Xewwond i iVieloria). j Section If,.- Suloection A : knw!:;.. | '(ireen Nlandt.o win-. Scctein -enii-iinr.l ; | Smellie beat Fidier ■C rrlerloo'. | THE HOLMES FEATHERS, i I.a-t nigh! the Sj, (Tn'rtwnm were cem- : polled to iiami over the tropbie- th.-y have i -ii valiantly heid ,1111 1; tin,* beginning of ' II'O ' ca-on. It wa: their niglii inf. ami ai Hreen I - land sent along tour -toady, reli;.a!de plr.e". the gan.e wont -t;»n in-t fir* i S 's- Fhiir men from (be .-tart. Seddon ! and I‘oster, the lead and reenm! for (ito \ holder-, could not get tin* strength of the | green, and w*. rg invariably short. Hilo-, (be third, v. lie lias done much in previon- • game--, wa- not nearly mi reliable a- usual ; lam 1 I ’"Mi "c'ton. Dm -k*p, though playing j well, had too miicli to do. After (he 111 hj i bead the score read 12 to 4 in Hreen j Island’; favor. The next head SL (Tai" j got a- 3. ami tilings began to look interi (-'ling : but Hieeii Maud went away again, ■and kepi (in* mat. Id! Die ]9th head, when i they were 21 to 8. The final wa- 22 to j ] 11. The Gi<>en Maud men de-e’we.! I heir I " in. ATI | laved ‘ temiiiy. and on the ; ■ night (!■)•* better team won. Seori*- ; ; j Hreen (dam! ill. Ttair.iway. Ja-. M'f.rr.n., : | D. Sloan. W, Drydein. 22: St. Cialr iSed- , Dim*. Foster. H;!e-. Biihiiugliaii. 11. The I ! game wa- watched by quite a large inim- j j her. 70 odd onlookers tailing great interest- 1 jin Die proceeding . The green piayed ex- j ; cellcnt'v. 1

i ST. KILL A v. IX V ER( AR( 11LL. An r'yjoyabie game, ending in a tie. was the outcome of the meeting of the vi-iting Invercargill men and two rinks from the St, Hilda Club yesterday on the St. Hilda 1 freon. Mi - J. M’Curdy (president/ and Air A. FT. Ailen ivic-'-pre-idont) exlended a heart;welcome to the vi-iler-. on behalf of Die club. Folio wing are the scorci I. St.H. Fleming. Smith, A. Wallace, Holloway 31 Morrison, Stuart. Tamblyn, White Giikison, It. Smith, Bennie, Haiti ... ... 22 Allen. D. C. Cameron. Jacobsen, 1 M’Curdy 53 S3

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BOWLING, Issue 15702, 16 January 1915

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BOWLING Issue 15702, 16 January 1915

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