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Chrmtchukch, October 17. The following are acceptances and further payments for the C.J.C. Spring meeting received to-day :— ■ Spring Hurdles, of 150 soys. Ixion, Waterfall, Waitangi, Romulus, Little Arthur, Pizarro, Spy, and Don. New Zealand Cup, of 1000 soys. Two Miles. Merrie England,. Occident, Strephon, Jet dEan, Whisper, Cynisca, Wolverine St. Andrew, Dudu, Freedom, Cracksjiot, Kotoku, and Riccarton. Welter, of 100 soys. Six Furlon«s. Captain Cook, Wanderer, Leonore, Tempest, Prime Warden, Loo, Sir Julius, Dragon, Retotara, Van Tempsky, Egalite, Harkaway, Drift", St. Malo, Crown Jewel, Resebud, Palliser, Liquidation, Angler, Bay, King, Catamont, Coinage, Erin-go-Bragh, Richlake, and Nellie Gray. Welcome Stakes, of 250 soys. Four Furlongs. Morpheus by St. George-Hammock, Dilemma by Rubezahl-Lady Emma, Namoa by Nordenfeldt-Tres Deuco, Sabra by St. George-Miss Flat, Aqualate by July-Teredo, Union Flag by St. GeorgeRed Rose, Florrie by Tasman-Rubina, May by July-Wave, Lebel by Norden-feldt-Pulchra, Ranee Nuna by St. GeorgeWatersprite, Cajolery by; ApermontFla^tery. Islington Plate, of 70 soys. One Mile. Vision (£100), Chudleigh, Master George, Silver Pine, Sir Julius (£SO each), Count D'Orsay (nil). Sthwares' Sxakes, of 200 soys. Six Furlongs. Whisper, 9st 41b ; Wolverine, Bst 91b ; Rnby, Bst 81b; Cynisca, Bst 31b ; St. Malo, Bst 21b ; Tempest, Bst lib; Moraine, 7st 121 b ; Strephon, 7st 111 b ; Peers wick, 7st 101 b ; Alsace, 7st 71b, Carronade, 7st ! 51b; Pearl Powder, 7st 21b ; Bay King, ! 7st 21b ; Richlake, 6st 121 b ; Miss George, 6st 91b; Ben Travato, 6st 71b; Loo, 6st 171 b ; Red Cross, 6st 51b. Selling Race, of 100 soys. Four furlongs. Cajolery (£200), Ranee Nuna (£200), Sail Rock (£200), Namoa (£200), Tomato (£100), Oenone (£SO). Middleton Hurdles, of 100 soys. Once round and a distance. Waterfall, Romulus, Wa^tangi, Don, Ruapehu, Little Arthur, Ahua, Ixion, The Spy, Pizarro. Criterion Stakes, 100 soys. Seven furlongs. . Heather Bell, Wanderer, Strephon, Whisper, Cynisca, Red Cross, Wayland, Tempest, Prime Warden, Loo, Dragon, Alsace, Egalite, St Malo, Miss George Peerswick, Ruby, Rosebud, Palliser Carronade, Angler, Bay King, Richlake, Nelly Gray. Dmby, of 50Q soys. One and ft ha,\l mile, St. Andrew, Freedom, Crackshpt MedalUou, DiwJwn,

Epsom High Weight, of 100 soys. On '' and a quarter mile. Captain Cookj St. Andrew, Leonore,' Prime Warden, Sir Julius, Dragon, Harkaway, Ha2eL Rosebud, Liquidation, Angler, Bay King, Ahua,, The Spy, Catamount, Silver Pine, Ben Trovato, Vision. SPRINO STAKES, of 100 SOYS. Four furlongs. Qenoiie, Morpheus. ISamon, Dilemma, Sabrai, Aqualate, Fairchild, Union Flag, Katajjjhan, Fosaie, May, Lebel, llanee Nuna, Cajolery. Oaks, of 200 hoys, ■ One mile and n half. Cfirronnde, Heather Bull, Hazel, Diadem, Pearl Powder, Aronoel. Canterbury Cup, of 500 soys. Two i and a quarter miles. Occident, Merrie England, Crackshot, Medallion, St. Andrew, Freedom. Electric Stakes, of 10') soys. Four .:.■■ fnrlongs. fteather Bell, Strephon, Namoa, Cynisci, Dilemma, St. Andrew, Aquakte, Fairchild, Union Flag, Egalito, Florrie, Diadem, May, Palliser, Lebel, Lebonie, Libeller, Ben Trovato. Ladies' Pußse, of 100 aova. Once round and a distance. Captain Cook, Waterfall, Romulus, Dragon. Don, Ruapehu, Harkaway, Angler, Ixion, Count D'Orsay, The Spy. Silver Pine.

Melbourne, October 18. It is a beautiful spring morning, and promises well for racing at Caulfield to-day.

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SPORTING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume X, Issue 2547, 18 October 1890

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SPORTING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume X, Issue 2547, 18 October 1890

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