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The following nominations were received last evening for the CHAMPAGNE STAKES, 1880. Mr O. O. Stead'e br o P&lliser, by NordenfeldtRad lance.

Mr Q. a. Stead's hj o Medallion, by NordenteldtLooket.

Mr a. O. Stead's b Moraine, by Apremont—Miss Flat.

Mr 0. G. Stead's b g Radiation, by Apremont-Iria. Mr G. G. Stead's b ( Carronade, by Nordenfeldt— Roearlna.

Mr Q. a. Stead's eh f Liquidation, by King Cole— Rea'isatlon.

Major P. N. George's eh c Reprisal, by First King— Memphis. Major F. N. George's be Vendetta, by St. Albans— The Maid.

Major F. N. George's oh I Mies Cole, by King OoleTenambra.

Major F. N. George's ch f Coal Scuttle, by King Cjle-Florenee.

Mr J. D. Ormond's bo, by St. Leger-ftnttisb Lassie. Mr J. D. Ormond's br I, by NordeDieldt-EWn. Mr J. D. Ormond's b (, by St. Leger—Wood Nymph. Mr J. D. Ormond's b (, by Apremont—Hammock. Mr J. D. Ormond's g or oh f, by Leolinas—Maid of AthoL Mr J. D. Ormond's oh f, by St. Leger—Yattacy. Mr D. O'Brien's ch c Aquarius, by ApremontWaterwitoh.

Mr D. O'Brien's eh o Town Moor, by St Leger— Miss Laura.

Mr D. O'Brien's b 0 Freedom, by Captirator—MaM of Honor.

Mr P. Butler's br or bik o, by Apremont—Becky Sharp.

Mr P. Butlcr'd bo Bay Kiog, by Cadogan— Corey ra.

Mr P. BntWa b or br c Crack Shot, by Norden-feldt-Pamrawerewere. Mr H. L. Johnson's blk or oh f, by Apremont— Ollda. * r Mr J. Harris's b or br c by Apremont-Ntutilua. Mr E. Catts's b or br o Egalite, by Dauphin—Sissie. Mr W. M'FarUne's c Rioh Lake, by Rlohmo&dBlue Lake.

Mr S. Dickej'B br o Cambra, by Nordenleldt— Erydna. Mr W. A. Tarnbull'e ch o, by Le Lonp-Empress. Mr E. Kildare'e b f Sinoerity, by Neckeneat— Fidelity. Hon. O. M'Lean's ch o, by Gorton—Lady Emma. Hon. G. M'Lean'e b g, by Gorton—lndolence. Hon. G. M'Lean'e ch f, by Gorton—Malice. Mr J. Stephenson's b g, by Albany—Fallacy. Mr J. Stephenson's br o, by Creswiok—Nancy Lee. Mr J. Stephenson's b f, by Cadogan—Titania. Mr W. Fowler's b f Watercress, by Trefoil—Water Nymph.

Mr W. Fowler's ch o Galon, by Trefoil-La Bohemlenne.

Middle Park Company's br o, by Apremont—Flattery. Middle Park Company's bo, by St George-Charm. Middle Park Company's oh o, by St. George—Bed Rose. I Mr C. Turnbull'a blk or br o, by Le Loup—Remnant. Mr W. A. Smith's oh g, by Gorton—Dione. Mr E. T. Rhodes's b or br o Cook of the Walk, by Assyrian—Talk of the Hills. Mr W. C. Webb's oh f, by Bondoora—Ware. Mr W. 0. Webb's b f, by Bandoora—Veno. Mr W. 0. Webb's br f, by Bundoora-Miranda. Mr George Leslie's br f Nenuphar, by Apremont— WatereprUe. Mr H. Horsford's bg, by Cadogan—La Mode. Mr H. Honfotd'e b f, by Albany- Zsllca. COMPARATIVE LIST BINCK 18S5. 18S0. 1886. 1867. 1888. 1889. 1890. Entries ..38 24 43 42 83 60 The following are the amounts paid by the D. J.C. to the winners at the May meeting :—Mr G. H. Clifford, L 199 10s; Hon. 6. M'Lean, Ll5B 13s; Mr H. Goodman, L 142 10s; Mr W. C. Webb, L 76; Mr George Smith, L 57; Mr J. Wallace, L 66 10s; Mr T. Twomey, L 66 10s; Mr J. Lynskey, L 47 10s; Mr M. Sherwin, L 47 10s; MfM. »i , l«rsE,l42lsi;J4rCrCQrgellatllr ven, L 29 ss; Mr J. Lefevre, L3B; MrC. O'Connor, Ll4 5s : Mr J. Cookerill, Ll4 6s ; Mr J. Poole, L 9 10s; Mr E. Conlan, L9los; Mr J. Crockett, L 9 10s; Mr C. Turnbull, L 9 10s; Mr F. Oudaille, L 9 10s; Mr J. Grant, L 4 15s; Mr R. Brown, L 4 15s; total, LI ,057 3s. " Scrutator," in the Christchureh • Press,' may fairly lay claim to tbe champion tipping for the season. On Friday last he selected one horse for each event at the Dunedin meeting, and his prognostications were:— Hurdles, Garibaldi; Maiden, Lisbon; Birthday Handicap, Chudleigh ; Trot, Zenobia; Tradesmen's Handicap, Apres Moi. The last-named ran a big second ; all the others won.

The Port Chalmers First Fifteen visited Palmeraton on the Queen's Birthday and played the Palmeraton Club. The local forwards were a very fast lot, and, playing a loose game, the game ended in a tie, each side scoring a try. Had the Palmerston batiks been as good as the forwards, their side should have won the game.

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE., Issue 7918, 28 May 1889

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. Issue 7918, 28 May 1889

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