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AUSTRALIAN NOTES.

[BY BL6OTBIO TELEGRAPH— OOPYBIOHT.]

(Received February 20, 12.30 p.m.) Melbourne, February 10. , Yesterday Volley spun nine furlongs m 2mln s£secß, and • v lolph and Dreadnought did six furlongs m lmln 20}seo!> t and Pakeha In lmln 21seos. L.chtel did three improving miles on the tan, the last In lmln 60£<eos. This morning Whltworth and Flrolook went a mile and a half m 2min 48^3608. Aberoorn and Oranbrook spurted tbe last four furlongs of a two mile g»llop In 53| tecs. Lady Agnes and Richelieu did a mile on the tan m lmln 49<eoi,

Tbe following have been scratched for the Newmarket Handioap :— Buffalo Bill, Vlotim, Recall.

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AUSTRALIAN NOTES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2068, 20 February 1889

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AUSTRALIAN NOTES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2068, 20 February 1889

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