SPORTS IN THE COUNTRY.
Won by E. R. Terry.
BURNIE, Thursday. - The Burnie athletic sport« »ero continued to-day. Tlie principal pedestrian ctcnt. the Burnie Gift, of l.a) .tards, was won by E. It. Terr}, 11 sards (Tas.); A. M. Stuart 114 jurds (Tas.) being strand; and M. Campbell, 11 tarda (Tas.) third. Terry tvon b> half a yard, a yard separating 6econd and third.
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Thc results of the chief cycling events were: Nett Year Handicap (ono mile). - J. Besth (.N.S.W.), SU yards, 1; K. T. Keele (Vic), 85 yards, 2; It Bishop (Tas.), tv jard«, 3. Won lit a length, a length and a halt bettteen second and third. Time, ¡¡.Tä-asco.
Lightning Handicap (halt s mile).-!.. T. Gar- diner ans.), IO janis, 1; U li. Bishop (Tas.), 45 .vards, 2; W. .1. Hope (N.S.W.), 3. Won by half a length. 'iTimo, C3setv-a record ist ti.c event. - .-., ,- » ,, ~e - "' ,r