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COURSING.

(PBB PBKSB ASSOCIATION.) DuNßDiw, Jane 28 The weather to day was all that could be desired f r coursing but the attendance was only moderate. Fugue has been installed first favorite for the Cnp. The following are results ;— BKOOND RODHD. Mystery beat Rotomahaaa Harpeaden beat EfSe Deani Emln Bey beat Snowball Ringer beat JeminlaDflsnr Impostor beat Q rdon lona beat Presto Newton beat Laisle Fague beat Flora Whisper beat Z»r» Black Pino beat The Bantam Thb Waterloo Vvrbh, of £55, for the dogs beaten in tht» first rodad Of the Cap ; winner, £26 ; raotier-ttp, £10 j third dog, £5 ; two dogs, £2 lOiesoh, five dpgs, £2 eaob. BSOO2TD BOUND. Aoranßl beat A.M. A. ; Plymouth R:ok beat Sefton Dribbler beat Nimrod Mariner beat Rosa Kiwi beat Ivanhoe. ' Wav«rw)o PMTfI, of £35, foe ten dogs beaten in second round of Gap } winner, £20 ; ronner-up, £7 { third dup, £i ; two doga, £2 each; Rotomabana beat Bflßia Deans Snowball beat Jeanuie Deans Presto beat Gordon Z»ra beat Lasaie Flora beat The Bantam All Aged Staxrs, of 27 do^i at £2 eaoh ; winner, £25 j runner-up, £l0;two dogs, £6 each ; three dogs, £3 eaoh. ifiesoombo. beat Pride of, Scotland: Kaprolanl boat Mother Hubbafcd' • \folley be;af Home Bdlo ' • -F ? ? - Wallsby beat Blue Roqk „.,. ■ : 94arook beat Fantlp;-' 1 / ' A ,}\\ Spanker beat Setisida Vesta be»t Little Jaok

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COURSING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2161, 29 June 1889

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