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SPORTING.

AUCKLAND SUMMER MEETING. Very little work of importance was done at Ellorslie yesterday morning, the heavy rains of Sunday night having made the going rather heavy. Medallion, who was reported to have split one of his feet, was treated to twice round oil the tan, a task that was again allotted to him in the afternoon. The son of Nordcnfeldt moved all right, and apparently pulled up sound. It is to be hoped that Mr. Stead's colt will continue to go on satisfactorily with his preparation, for should it be found necessary to withdraw him from the Derby, that contest will be sapped of all 111tC Acceptances for the Hurdle Race, Newmarket Handicap, A.R.C. Handicap, Midsummer Handicap, Maiden Handicap, and Welter Handicap are dite to-night at eight Sentinel was yesterday struck out of all engagements at the A.R.C. Summer Meet-

DRURY RACES. The Drury Racing Club held their annual meeting on the course at Drury yesterday. There was an excellent attendance. Ihe sin rounding settlements were well represented, and there were nearly Ml) visitors from Auckland. The weather was beautiful, and the shower which fell in the early morning improved the course, The officers of the club discharged their duties in an admirable manner. Up to the time of the last race, when a protest was entered against Prudence on the ground that her rider had struck the rider of Brian Boru, there was no dispute. Messrs. Adams and Andrew worked the totalisator to the entire satisfaction of all concerned. The following are the results of the races : — Handicap Hurdi.ks, of 20sovs.— 1 1; Minnie Grey, 2; Neli, 3. Larrikin led all the way. Dividend 17s (10s tickets.) Flyino Stakes, of ISsovs.—Brian Boru, 1; Samford, 2; Locket, 3. Brian Boru had all the worst of the start, but took the lead after a quarter of a mile had been travelled, and was never headed. Dividend, £S lis. Maiden Plate, of lasovs.—Mellifere, 1; Cleopatra, 2 ; Walter Scott, 3. Mellifere led all the way. Dividend, £7 as. Dju/KY Cur, of vs.—Stamford, 1; Deception, 2 ; Pandora, 'A. Stamford won by two lengths. Dividend, £1 ss. Novel Rack of 15sovs.—Mattie, 1; Comet, 2; Robin Hood, 3. Mattie won easily. Dividend, £1 15s. The winner was bought in by the owner for £7 lO.s. Dkury Eaoinc Ci.uk Handicap of 25sovs. Deception, 1; Premier, 2; Ika V ilka, 3. Won easily. Dividend, His. Stewards' Handicap of 20sovs.—Prudence, 1 ; Brian Boru, 2; Stamford, 3. Won by a neck. Dividend, £4 15s. A protest was lodged against the winner in consequence of foul riding, but after hearing evidence the stewards disallowed the protest.

NORTHERN WAIROA RACES. Daruaville, Monday.

The Northern Wairoa Jockey Club's races were held on the 20th and 27th instant. The weather was fine. About 700 people were present each day. Although there were not. the usual number of starters, the racing was nood, and the meeting a success. The results are as follow :— FIRST DAY. Foresters' Plate of 20sovs. —Mr. J. O'Halloran's Tuna, Bst 101b, 1 ; Mr. J. Thomson's Landseer, aged, 9st, 2. There were four starters. Dividend,'2ss. Maiden Plate of lfwovs. —Mr. A. Raynes' Jim, aged, 9st, 1; Mr. J. Kavanagh's Success, 3yrs, Ist 91b, 2. Four horses started, Dividend, £1 14s. Northern Wairoa Cup, of 40sovs. — Mr. M. S. Laurie 's Priacilla, Myrs, Sat 101b, 1 ; Mr. Thomson's Holly, aged, Bs, 2. Tuna (Sst) and Tawhiao (7st) also ran. Dividend, £1 7s The Hac:: 1 .ace was won by Bravo. _ Railway Pi.ate, of Issovs. — Priscilla, 1; Landseer, 2. There was one other starter. Dividend, lis. CC.MDtIiGKRS' Purse, of lOsOVS.—Holly, 1 ; Blue Ribbon, '2. Dividend, 10s. SECOND DAY. Hit KMC Rack, of 20sov8.—Jim, 1; Tawhiao, 2. Dividend, Ms. Kaipara Handicap, of 30sovs.—Priseilla, 1 ; Holly, 2. Dividend, 12s. The Novel Race was won by Moss Rose. Pi'l'.i.icans' Purse, of losovs.— Holly, 1; Tuna, 2. Dividend, 13s. Fi.yinc Stakes, of lOsovs.—Holly, 1 ; Priscilla, 2; Blue Ribbon, 3. Dividend, 15s. Consolation Handicap, of 12sovs. — Succes, 1 ; Landseer, 2. Dividend, £1 2s. TAKAPUNA SUMMER MEETING. The following nominations were received last night in connection with the Takapuna Jockey Club's Meeting, which takes place on 2'Jth and 31st January : — Takapuna Cup of loiisovs, one mile ami a-half.— Ingorma, Tamora, Hegel, Warrior, Cartridge, Leoriiia, I.eolantis, Clarion, Antelope, Liones*, Belmont, Loch Ness, Scot l'reu, Reprisal, (Joalscuttlo, Patchwork. Tikapuna JoCaKY Club Handicap of "fisovs, one mile and a-quarter. Cartridge, Warrior, Itegel. Ingorina, Tamora, Leorioa, Leolantis, Clarion, H illy, Mv Queen, Antelope, Lioness, Belmont, Loch Nt-ss, Scot Fro-, Reprisal, Coalscuttle, Patchwork. Handicap stukplkciiam-: of l!\osovs (first day).— Shamrock, Moderator, Fishmonger, Ilune, Titoki, Asper, Hopeful Kate, Hailstone, Orlando, Justice, Sentinel, Silvio, Takipu, li.izelle, Map, Revoke, Parnell. Handicap Si i:i:pi.KClUSi: of "."'Sovs (second day.) —Shamrock, Modem tor, Fishmonger, limit:, Titoki, Asper, Hopeful Kate., Hailstone, Orlando, Justice, Sentinel, Silvio, Takapu, Claz.die, Nap, Revoke, Parnell. [Further nominations way be received at Devonport.] AUCKLAND TROTTING CLUB'S SUMMER MEETING. The following handicaps have been declared in connection with the Auckland Trotting Club's Meeting, to take place at Epsom on Saturday next Handicap Pony Tkot, of S'kovs, two miles.— Chuzueo, .-.catch; Nellie, lUsoc ; Bess, lisoc; Comet, lisej ; Jessie, 25see; Dies, SOsec ; Kaiwaka, y.'isuc; No. 1, o:\sec; Jupiter, .'iisec ; Kate 11., o.'isec ; Nellie 11., it.Vsec ; Bess 11., .'Jnsec; Merry, ■lOseC; Maud S., 4usee; Cinder, 4!>sec; Jordie, Wi.ee ; Jock, s()sec; N'apper Tandy, yiisec; Flora, 50sec.

Handicap 'J'iiot, of GOsovs, three miles.—Black Hawk, sciairli; Lord William, lOsec ; Maud, Uisec ; Mount. lfisee ; Haul Time*, losec ; Kate, 20sec; Commodore, liOstv ; Nellie. 25sec ; Charlie, Httauc ; Comet, Uisuc ; Hess. ii.nec ; Ike (late Masher), 45see ; Wick 11., 4:Vw: llambuster, 4Sseu; Scotchman, 6f)sec ; True lihie, ;\Ysee ; Mauri 8., Gfisec ; Jorriie, 70see ; Laddie. "Usee.

Handicap Maii>i;n Ti;or of 2.'>sovs, two miles.— Maml, scratch ; I'.ur Ned scratch ; Mount, f>see.; Kate, tu-.ee.; Commodore, lOst-c.; Climlie, 20sec,; Cornel, 'J.'-sec.; Bess, "ii>sec., Jessie, 35s ee.; Ramblister, lissec.; Arnold, itfsei*.; Nellie 11., Msec.; Dick, 40.sec. ; KaiwaUa, -l.'iser.; 'lYue lilue, 45sec.; Scotchman, 4;'nre.; Beeswing, uOsec.; Maud S.. r>srfec.; bury, 6f> ec.; Ivanlioc, asset'.; Joidie, Msec.; i/uldie. (Visec.; Flora, OO.see.

Handicap Pony Rack of 40.sovs, six furlongs. Vampire, 9sl. llllb ; Antic, Bst lUll» ; Pica, 7sfc l:>lb ; Minnie iirey, list 121 h; Sepo., 7st 12lli; Sweet Lavender, 7st, Sib; Willie, 7sl 710; Meteor, 7st4lb; Too Soon, 7.st .'.lb ; lied Hose, 7st lib; Cupid, 7st; Ton Jour, tint loll* ; Dolly, list lull); Dividend, Usl lOlb ; Coeo.m, (Ut lOlli ; Vindex, list. 101 li; Scandal, Ost 101b; Hercules, os.- Kill), (Jladv.s, t'»st 101 ; A vaunt, list lolli; Jtoderic, list 101 i».

Pony lli/'HDiJ.s of 2550 v.-i, mile ami a-<iuartor.— .Minnie lirey, list lull); iUniben, U.st; Pica, Sst 121b ; Aiuic, Ssl IJIb; Sepoy, 7st ¥11); .Meteor, "st7lb ; Blister, 7st 71b; Hercules, 7st ; Dolly, 7st ; Deli. ini'f, 7st. Acceptances for all the above close tonight with the secretary, Mr. C. F. Mark. NAI'iKR PARK RACES. flt V Ti;i,K'iliAl'H. —I'KKSS ASSOCIATION. ] i Napihr, Monday. The following acceptances were received to-night lor the Napier Park Racing Club's New Vear's Day Meeting: Tiuai, Hammc.u' 11--Newmarket, Dynamile, Otiiiri, Itosciiih. .M i osi'MmKit 11 m>icai\ —Medjiclie, Pursestring, Kii'kie, Vi-ion, llueifana, Lullaby. Two-yi:ak (M.ii Handicap.— Hakimana, Krina, Creeper, I'll lie. 1 Niav Ykaii Handicap.—Kotuku, i.enore, Kiekie, I Katiuka, Aionoel, Legacy. Handicap Hurdles.— Tauraekaiti, Geo, Argo, j Haven. Flying Handicap.—Kotuku, Medjidie, Katinka, Aronoel, Lullaby. i Sktti.khs' Handicap.— Grace Darling, : J'iscadur, Legacy, Jlnkatero, Lopez. WARKWORTH RACES. On Monday, the 22nd, the Warkworth Race Committee held a meeting in the Warkworth Hotel, when a programme for j a day's racing was lixed to be held in Feb- : ruary, of which due notice will be given. | The principal difference from last years will be found in the augmentation of the amount j of the Warkworth Cuii, and a Hack Race substituted for the Hurry-scurry. — [Own Correspondent.] 'Nominations for the principal events of the Whangarei County Racing Club's Meet- | ing are due to-nigh' Entries may be lodged I at Mr. W. Adam's otiiee, Durham-street, j On the occasion of the Sylvia Park sale on I Monday next arrangements have been made i for special trains to leave the xiucklanu ! station at ten a.m. and twelve noon reauec I tively, landing passengers at West,field sidI ing, which is within a short distance of the Park. Our Wellington correspondent hears that the Hon. Mr. Hislop, upon relinquishing office, will enter into partnership witl Mr. A. de B. Brandon (solicitor*, of tht>o city. Cadbury Cocoa.—" A Cocoa of the high- j est degree of Purity and Nutritive value. — Health. i The Medical Annual advises practitioners to remember that when recommending Cocoa as a food and beverage for invalids, the name Cadbury on any packet of Cocoa is a guaran- , tee of purity. 4

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SPORTING. New Zealand Herald, Volume XXVII, Issue 8451, 30 December 1890

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