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Municipal Picnic.

The third annual Municipal picnic was held at Ocean Beach on Wednesday last and largely patronised. The day was fine, and a very enjoyable, time was spent. It was a regular day out i'or the juveniles, and the beach presented quite a gala appearance. A number of races were run, and keenly competed. The secretary (Mr T. Clarke) and his energetic committee are to be congratulated on the success of the gathering, and it is to be hoped that this picnic is the forerunner of many more such gatherings. Subjoined is the PRIZE-LIST. 100 Yards Municipal Handicap—l G. Ashley, 2 J. Philpot. Married Ladies’ Municipal Handicap—l Mrs Aldred, 2 Mrs Hynes, 3 Mrs Smith. Single Ladies’ Municipal Race —1 Miss L. ‘Aldred, 2 Miss Stan way. public Works Handicap—l R. Colquhoun, 2 C. Sayers, 3 J. Slattery. Gasworks Handicap—l G. ITandscombe, 2 J. Fogarty. .Sanitary Department Handicap—l F. Forbes. 2 A. Morrison. Gardeners' Race —1 11. Edginton, 2 W. Smith. Carters' Race —1 J. Crappor, 2 F. Forbes. Waterworks Walking Race — 1 H. Graham, 2 R. Simpson. Married Men's Race —1 W. Smith. Two men coupling event, Fire Brigade,—l. Branchman Philpot and Fireman Findlay, 2 Branchman Clark and Fireman Allen. Married Ladies’ open race—l Mrs Taylor, 2 Mrs Aldred. Ladies’ Open Race —1 Mrs Morrison 2 Mrs Fraser.

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Municipal Picnic., Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 50, 9 February 1907

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Municipal Picnic. Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 50, 9 February 1907

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