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COURSING.

■'■ » ■ We learn by telegram from Tapanui that the sport was resumed yesterday. There had been a heavy frost all night, but the weather throughout the day was magnificent, but hares were not so plentiful as on yesterday. Twenty-three courses were decided. This leaves twenty-seven to finish the meeting. The first and second rounds for the Purse and the third for the Cup were run off with the following results : Waterloo Purse of L 75 10s, for dogs beaten in the first round of the Cup. Winner, L3O 10s ; runner up, Ll2 10s ; one dog, L 6 10s ; three dogs, L 4 each ; six dogs, L2 each. MUST BOUND. Banshee beat Furrier Lady Ellon beat Homily Eclipse beat Sybil Queen of the Seas beat Sleight-of-Hand Skiddaw Lass beat Master Walter. Aster beat Talbot Strongbow ran a bye Legerdemain ran a bye Bose of Denmark beat Desdemona Mick ran a bye Harmony beat Le Loup Bide-a-Wee ran a bye SECOND ROUND. ’ Banshee beat Lady Ellen Queen of the Seas beat Eclipse Legerdemain_beat Strongbow Mick beat Rose of Denmark Skiddaw Lass beat Aster Harmony beat Bide-a-Wee THE CUP —THIRD ROUND. Luna beat Rhododendron Miranda beat Kathleen Briton Still beat Parmesan Glenloola beat Seafield Jeannette beat champagne Charlie Don Carlos beat Scamp

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COURSING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 377, 23 June 1881

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COURSING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 377, 23 June 1881

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