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A draughts match was played at the rooms of the Duuediu Draughts Club last night between sides chosen by Messrs If. Howes and R. Caldow. The former won by fifteen to eleven games, while eight were drawn. This was the last of the series of matches to test the powers of those likely to be engaged in the forthcoming tournament. THE OAULFIELD CUP. [Peu Press Association.! MELBOURNE, 5. The following are the Caulfiold Cup entries: Bravo, Oakleigh, Fabulous, Corunna, Aldivalloch, Lady Kintore, Ernani, Chaldean, Promised Land, Hazeldean, Claude, Silvermerc, Chetwynd, Wellington, Lonsdale, Serf, Chintz, Meteor, Silverton, Terton, Green Isle, Islander, Rhymer, Montalto,Benzoin, Forest, Tranter, Tradition, Gardenia, Leroy, Sommeil, Churchill, Jasper, Menotti, Copenhagen, Vera, Moorebank, Aglaos, Giovan, Chicago, Whakawai, Buffalo, Russley, Carbine, Tantallon, Mentor, Lawyer, Redcap, Cuirassier, Proselyte, Recall, Mara, The Charmer, Ben Bolt, Newmaster, Gasburner, Silver L'rince, Scottish, Stampede, Benjamin, Mic.iwber, Garter, Boz, Spokesman, Propouiuler, Mollwell, Pakeha, Paikakurihi, Volga, All Gold, Marlborough, Little Bob, Torpedo, Rosewood, Apropos, Abrupt, Stanley, Harbinger, Loyalist, Buudoora. Purple, Mdos, Wycombe, Sedition, Touvbillon, Ellerda'e, Tartar, Bustler, Marie, Simon, Mark, Daniels, Bowmont, Manton, Maggie, Bothwell, Aristocrat, Lamond, Tyler, Ebernie, Grand Chester, Leichardt, Lord Headington, Nor'-easter, Dalley, Cranbrook, Escort, Sinecure, The Gift, Vandal.

COURSING. MELBOURNE, Jink 5. Mr M. Taylor's dog Bridegroom 11. was runner-up in the Moonee Valley Cup.

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE., Issue 7925, 5 June 1889

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. Issue 7925, 5 June 1889

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