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AUSTRALIAN NOTES.

MsLßOirairi, Ootober 29. Wbakawal did his last long work before the Ouo this morning, and was given a strong 2£ miles gallop, going splendidly. Vespasian, William Tell, and T.W have been toratohed for the Cop Bravo is a favorite for the Oup and an offflr has been made to back him at 6000 to 500, despite the trainer's statement that the horse hat been forestalled and may not start. Ohlosgo and Whakawal are* at 10 to 1 (offered). For the Derby 2 to 1 Is. wanted about Carbine. The followlnehorseshavebeen soratohed for the Cup : — Volga, Too Soon, Jebnslte, Beczon, Lo«-d Allen, Lord Foiebery, Diplomacy, Tranter, Councillor, Gardener, Bona Vista, Tourbillon. (Beceived Ootober 30, 1 p.m. Melbourne, October 30. At Flemlngton this morning, Montor was exerolaed onder the supervision of hlB owner, Mr Donald Wallace. The horse was sent 2 miles on the tan and finished up m 3mlo 47ircs. Pippo, Rudolph, and Sinecure, spurted ever five furlongs In lmin sJieos, and Necklet and Poet traversed tbe same distance In lmin 6&iecs. Abereorn had Oarlyon for partner m a mile gallop on tho tan which was done m lmin 50sees. Melos and Wyaombe were restricted to a rrlle whloh was accomplished m lmin 63^eos Malua has advanced m prlos for the Gap and I*. quoted at 10 to 1. Ohnrchill and Went worth have been struck out of tho Oup.

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AUSTRALIAN NOTES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1983, 30 October 1888

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AUSTRALIAN NOTES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1983, 30 October 1888

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