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WELLINGTON SUMMER MEETING}. The weather*ls fine, with a strona southerly, for the. concluding day of the Wellington Racing (Tub's Summer Meeting. The. attendance, is very largo and the -course, in splendid condition. Results : Wallaceville Welter, loOsovs. 7f. - Rcrchan (7.7s 1, Jem (10.10) 2, Ronny Ritr" (0 4) 3. Also started : Prince Laddo 9.5,' Arlington 9.1, Blaekall 8.13. Roumania 8.9, Tangihou 8.2. The tirstto break away was Bonny R'.gg, followed by Rerehau." with Jem last- In the. straight Bonny Rigs fell back, and Jem stromrly challenged Rerehau, but was unable to get tip. Won by half a length; same distance between second and third. Time. Imin 29 4-ssec. Melrose, Welter, 200aovs. 7f.—-Banksia (8.2) 1, Briar Patch (3.9) 2. Crown Pearl (9.7) 3. Others: Honesty 8.10, Belasco 8.9, Master Achilles 8.6. Mount Victoria 8.2, Kamitoh 7.7, Merry Cain 7.7, Submersion 7.7. From a good start Crown Pearl went to the front, followed, by Banksia. Coming into the straight the field were bunched, but Banksia drew away and won by a length from Briar Patch, with Crown Pearl two lengths away. Time, lmin 29sec. Hopeful Stakes, 350.50v5. For two-year-olds. 4f.-—Taringamatu bv Charlemagne n.--Ai-ai-te-iin! (7.5) .1, Dribhla (6.7) 2, Harlequin (6.5) 3. Others: San-risen 8.6. Sicily 6.7, Legal Tender 6.7 _ A great finish, Taringamatu just getting up in time to win, lialf a length between second and third. Time, 48ilsec. SWIMMING CARNIVAL. The Otago Amateur Swimming Clul/l opening carnival will lie held in the municipal tepid baths on Wednesday evening. FORBIJRY PARK TROTS. Acceptances may he received up till 9 o'clock to-night 'for Wednesday's ifrrst, dav) events. M, Edwards is the first visiting trainer to put in an appearance. He arrived hst evening with Denver Huon, Dillon Bell, Olive L., Wallace Wood, and another. It is expected that nearly 60 horses wiij be brought down on Monday by the. special train from Christ-church.

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SPORTING, Evening Star, Issue 15708, 23 January 1915

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SPORTING Evening Star, Issue 15708, 23 January 1915