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AUSTRALIAN NOTES.

(Per Peess Association.) Melbourne, October 31. At Flemlngtou this morning Duffer In had all the best of Ohetwynd In a spin over a mile and a quarter on the tan, wbloh was run In 2mln 23aeos. Pearl Shell had a smart gallop of five furlongs, and Neoklet and Poet m company spurted over three furlongs, No important work was done (his morning. Met} tor ie still favorite for the Cop at Bto 1. Colcago, who beat Cyclops ia a trial to-day, is firm at 10 to 1 (wtd.) For the Derby, 6 to 2 la wanted about Melos, and the same is offered about Carbine. (Received November 1, 12.15 p.m.) Melbourne, November 1. Bravo, Whakawai, and Mentor are now eaoh quoted at Bto 1 for the Cup. Carbine has advanced 10 first position for the Derby, 2 to 1 being tha beat offer obtainable. Me?os Is quoted at 3to 1, This morning Mentor and Enfilade did a mile and a half on the tan m 2min 52 Beoa, neither of them going particularly well. Aurrillan Peer went once round the sand crack m 2mln 32£seos. Theorist and Tonohstone covered a mile and a half la 2mln 52^8608. Oarlyon and Aberoorn did a mile m company, their time being taken as lmln BOaeoa. Beryl and Firelock went round the sand track m 2mln 37seo. Aldlvallooh did a wretched gallop ; Necklet and Poet put m a rattling five furlongs spin on the B»nd In lmln DJaeci.

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AUSTRALIAN NOTES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1885, 1 November 1888

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AUSTRALIAN NOTES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1885, 1 November 1888

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