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COURSING.

(Per Pbbss Adsooiation.)

Dtjnedjn, August 9. The following are to-days results of the Champion Coursing meeting : — Ch»mpiok IBxakbs.

Mr J. Monro'a b!k w d Emln B=y, by Bordetax — Bonnfo Fcot'acd, beat Me O. B- Wise's blk b Effia Deanr, by B< r ieaox —Bab. Mersn J. and W, Mills' r b Faroe, by Bridegroom — Syropbon, bsrt Mr T. Haikett'i w f d Tom Brown, by Smoker — Tthtnl ofGhfzif. Mr L. Bntledge's blk w d Dribbler, by Dtudy— MUs Flora, beat Mr J. Drumm'» r b Lona 11, by Re ok -n cod— Luna Mr J. Blaney's brd d K<wl, by Sardine —Solitude, beat Mr J Sciolan's bwd Smoker, by Smogeier— Oomo. Me P Mahoney's blk w A Sultan, by JtcV— Vandellne, boat Mr T. Alrxat der'§ | b Torkiblte Libs, t>y Ferest Lid— Tell T»t« il Mr W. GardlnerVf w b Flora, by Ram jllib O»meron, beat Mr T. Cot* on V blk w. b Woieper, by Forest L»d— TeU Mr A," T. Prloe'a r w d Sea Rock, by Boekwcod— Hop Bitters, boat Mi D M.honey '■ w blk d Ringer, by Rockwood i —Zoebcda. Mr O. R. rise's f A Newton, by Red Pine— WWff, beat Mr J. BoanUn'« brd w d Mariner, by Howe M«rhe— Glenchee, Maiden F takes. Mr D. Mahoney'a Mantofl beat Mr J. Thompson's Turk 11. - Mr J. Blanp/a Haprolanl beat Mr J. Mllter'B Supplejack. . . , „ , MeD, Oataay'a Britannia beat Mr J, Harper' p Melbourne Tom. Mr W. Patching's Forest Qieen beat Mr W. Allan'o Tattler. Mr J. Mauro'a B- z die beat Mr W . Gardener's Lassie. Mt J. Kennedy's Harpendeo beat Mr B. Harland's Waltml Mr G. M'Gulre'a Bonnie Girl beat Mr A; Klor'b Turk. Mr W. Bill's Actress beat Mr E. Bill's Mabel Lenny. Me J. Bcanlan'a H\mrod beat Mr H. lrvlng'a C inderell a . Mr T. Alexander's Ivanhoe beat Mr H. Dt«w'« Blacklook. Mr J. M'Lellan Himby beat Mr G. H'Golre's Bonnie B'eck Bibb. Mr Jas. Thompson's Dark Ruatlo beat Mr Thoß. Haskett'o Tyrcn*. Mr D. Mtboney'a r b Jeannle Deans beat Mr J. Ranger's Steamer. Mr J Blaney's Rotomahana Mr J Bllnman'a Vxen beat. Mr W. PatoMog's * d Flying Spur beat Mr Chaw Klanaen's Dreadnought. Mr J. M'Grich'a Starlight bsat Mr J. G. Gretn's Meg Doddi. Ur J. B. Seirsll's Plymouth Bock beat Mr John Henderson's Black R-ck. Mr B. ! Macdonnell's Home Rule beat Mr J. Forward's Cottage GlrL Mr J Harper's The Bantam beat Mr J. Cotton's Lochiel. Messiß J. and W. Mill's Presto beat M» A. Campbell's Pronpector. Mr H. Lothaby'a Q lean cf the Wcsl fctat Mr A. J. Ptloe's Gordon. Mr H. 1/ Ting's loaa beat Mr H. Wilaon's Spring. Mr A. pAtereor's Hector beat Mr J. Mnnro's Scotch Mis'. Mr J. Bianey'a Kingask best Mr T. Hukett'o Haekrtt. Mr J. Lao's Stranger a bye. 11. Ktproiftul best Msnton Fores'. Queen beat Britannia fiatpenden beat Re z lie Bonnie Girl beat ActreßS Ivanboo beat Nlmr<>d Myatery beat Fiimby "Dark Rustio beat Jeannle Doom ftotomahtm* beat Flying Spur Plymouth Hock beat Starlight Rome Rclp beat Tbo Bantom Presto beat Qieeocf the Wtat lona be»t Heotor Ki&gask bosk Stranger. &APLINQ I TAKES— No 1 Mr" K< T. PrJoe'o fwd Watermark, by Market V»J— Waterwitcb, beat Mr J. M'Lellan's blk w b Biunette, by Smoker —MUs Anoio Mr J. B!aney'4 r w d Klntyre. by Klngsclore— Bell, beat Mr H. Irvlng's w f d Irony, by Hone Marine— Solitude Sapling Ftixm— No 2. Mr G. M'Guire's bd w b Lnrline, by Smoker— -Misi Annie, beat Mr W. Allen'* i b Mots Rose, by Forest Lad— Maid of the Valley Messrs A. and J. Deaker's f b KtlhleeD, by Le Loup II. — Sweetlfps, beat Mr Charles Payne's f b Bemloe, by Le Loup ll.— Sweetlfps SiTLLbQ Stakes— No 3. Mr K. Carroll's bwd Mnuket, b? T«Bman— AmoMf, b&at Mr J. M'Gratb'o vfb Silver Pact, by Stirling— Princeeo Charlotte Mr A. J. M : Donald'a f d BaMdere, by Forest Lad, Maid of the Valley, beat Mr A. Coraty'a td w d D*eb, by Mechanic — Lily &APLIFO Stakes— No 4. Mr H O**n'a f w b Sympathy, by Horsa Marine— Solitude, beat Mr J. Of*wshaw*3 fir b Bad o' Stone 11 , by Horsa filatlce — Bea o' S'.one Mr J Alexander's blk b Lady Godlya, by Format Lad — Vego, beat Mr J. M'Grath'a w and blk d Bllrermlnf, by Gknllog— Pt looeis Ch»tlottt.

It is quite the rage to have theatres in private hoases in England. Among the most oonßpiououß is that in Hubert Herkomer'a London house. Another is at the country seat of Sir Percy Shelley, son of the post. Sir Percy writes play*, paints scenery, and oompoees the incidental musio of the plays produced. William Morriß* private theatro in London is more of a hall. It is long, low, barren, and whitewashed — not at all like what one wou'd expect of a decorative artist. Oa the stage of ihis thcalro the poet-painter in blue flannel shirt and dishevelled hair, gives forth his scoiali3tio doctrinos to a^dienoos of labouring mcu and malcontents.

SANDER and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT.—In protection of the world wide fame our manufacture has acquired all over the globe, we publish the following : — Hazard, M.D., Professor of General Pathology and Diseases of the Mind and Nervous System, says in an editorial published in the " Clinical Reoord :" — " We hate examined half-a-dozen specimens of different manufactures ; the preparation of Sander and Sons was the only one that proved to be reliable and oorresponding to Boientifio tests." Another conoootion called " Refined Extract of Euoalyptus " has made its appearance since. This produot stands, aooording to Dr Owen, foremost in causing injurious effects That gentleman communicates, at s meeting of the Medical Sooiety of Victoria, that a ohild Hying at Fitzroy became most seriously indisposed through its use. In another case a lady itates on the strength of statutory declaration that she suffered oruelly from the effects of the same ooncootion. To guard the high reputation of our manufacture we feel warranted in exposing the above faots, and desire the public to exercise care and preoaution when buying SANDER and SONS - Aa>t. 7

The best Remedy fob. Indigestion.— Norton's Camomile Pills are confidently recommended as a siru^'c remedy for indigestion, which is the cause of nearly all e diseases to which we are subject. Norto n Pills, with justice called the "nature's strengthener of the human stomach," act as a powerful tonic and gentle aperient, are_ mild in their operation, and safe under auy circuit) stances Sold in bottles at is lid, 2s od rby all mediclce vendors throughout the

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COURSING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2196, 10 August 1889

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COURSING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2196, 10 August 1889

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