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COURSING.

We learn from a Press - Association • telegram that" the Waterloo Cup Coursing meeting, at Tapanui commenced on Tuesday. : The weather all day was. simply perfection, and hares were numerous and strong. . - Ad agree' that it was the most successful -> day's-coursing aver- held in the colony. •I Thirty-five courses were decided, which is - by far the largest nurhber ever mn in one - day in New Zealand: /What little wageru ing ;thete ia indicates that Don Carlos is ' the favorite 'for the Clip, the best offer ' against him being 5 to 1. Thf results of the First Bound were as follows: - r r 1 Watbblqp Cur; for all aged dogs at Ll2 ~ , IDs each. Forty-six entries. Winner, L2lo;' runner up, LB2 10s; one dog, L 22 10b; three dogs at Ll2 10s each; at L 8 each; eleven dogs at Mr McDonald’a Rhododendron beat Messrs Otterson and Reid’s Banshee. HMr Soman’s Peri beat Mr. Kingsland’s Furrier. Mr Dunn’s-Luna, beat Mr Howard’s " Homily. , ; Mr .Watson’s Phlox Dnuum'ondii beat Mir Murray’s Eclipse. ‘Mr McDonald’s Cineraria beat Mr -McQavin’s Lady Ellen. ..o’. Mr Oookson's > Seafield beat Mr Sherc/ win’s Queen of the Seas. .. Mr B. : Thomson’s Duchess of Connaught . Mr : Prince’# Sleight-of-hand. i ; Mr MoAulay VMiranda beat Mr Taylor’s v Master Walter., •, s-j.j.M? Hall's Hopfactor beat Mr Stewart’s ; ,Skiddaw Lass. J ;j f- Mr:.Smith’s Lancashire Lass beat Mr Aster. /.ril Mr,Deacon’s Clio beat Mr Prince’s Miss . "etDw- . . -j, Parmeaan beat Mr Munro’s 4Stro«®boww» .V. }'.'!>■ ' I i , ißonayne’s a i Kathleen ■ beat ■ ; Mr , Deacon's Talbot. . Spring beat Mr Martin’s Mr McLaren’s Britons'’Still beat M? .'iDowse’e Magician. ■ ■ /(i Mrßrydjona's Jeannettea beat Mr •Duncan’s Rose.of Denmark; - r Mr Hdl's Champagne Charlie beat Mr ~ BUckbam’s Mick. * MrJß.vThomsdn’a Bonnie Scotland beat \ Mr Grawahaw’a: Lancashire Lad.. Mr Qrosbio’sProgress beat MrHoward’s J&*mdny. *• ;'( t>MrtA.<-Thomson’s Don' Carlos beat Mr La Loup. ' ; Mr Duichie’a Scamp beat Mr Cameron’s ■ Bidera-Wee.'■ f 1 •, . The-second rouhd ended-as follows : . Rhododendron beat Peri. ■ Luna bcnt-Cineraria.-' /'-o --. « Olenlorarbest PhloatDpnmmondi. ■ Seafield ba£Dacl}eeaof Connaught. • ’ , Miranda beat Hopfactor. . Kathleen- beat Lancashire Lass. Parmesan beat 01ix>., , , ‘y, BritensStillbeat Spripgj . T i.'Jewiette .lieat Van Dieman. ‘; Charlie beat Bonnie Scot* ' land. " ,j l Don Oarlos beat Prcgress. Seamp-ran. albye. -! 1 1 >)' '-. ~ ■

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COURSING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 376, 22 June 1881

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COURSING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 376, 22 June 1881

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