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´╗┐May 22, 1912.
SOUTHAMPTON AND DISTRICT PICTORIAL.
CRICKET IN SOUTHAMPTON PARKS.
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THE PERUVIAN CONSUL AT SOUTHAMPTON.
Enormous interest is taken each Saturday in the cricket matches in the Parks. The pictures above show a match progress and a group of spectators.

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MINIMA YACHT CLUB
THE FIREMEN OF THE 8.8. OLYMPIC
MOTOR BOAT LAUNCH AT ST. DENYS.
On Saturday, from the public hard in Priory Road, St. Dciys, the motor boat " Patience " was launched. The christening cerc-xnony, performed by Miss Mort-lock, preceded the launch. (1) A view of the boat before the launch. (2) Miss Mortlock breaking the bottle~of wine over the bow. (3) Interested spectators. WAfter the launch. The " Patience " is a 26ft. boat, with 10-12 h p. engines, and her owner, Mr. F. J. Mortlock, intends to race her in contests of the Itchen Sailing and Motor Boat Club, which was represented at the ceremony by Messrs. J. M. Sy H. M. Denham (vice-presidents), C. C. Birch (hon. treasurer), F. G. Fogarty (hon. secretary), and
The" Minima Yacht Club (Solent Division) commenced their racing programme on Saturday afternoon with matches off the Clubhouse, on the Royal Pier, Southampton. The photographs given above were taken while the were in-progress. The illustration on the left shows -Sally (Dr. R. E. Lauder), the winner in- her class, with the 10 metre racing yacht Mariquita in the background. Tko inset photograph depicts the Snark (Mr. G. O. May), a boat hailing from Hythe, which made her first appearance this season, and was beaten , for ^heAsecond prize by 25 seconds only on her handicap allowance.
This snapshot shows the Bremen of the S.S. Olympic massed on the forecastle just as the vessel sailed for New York. Note the heads peeping out of the portholes.
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