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COURSING.

Second Day—Friday.

The coursing meeting was continued today in much brighter weather than prevailed yestcrly ; knt, although the sun shone out strongly, a very cold easterly wind was blowing. The following are the results up to the time of our going to press :

WATERLOO CUP. Secosd Room Blystery beat Rotomahan Harpendeo beat Effle DeaM Emin Biy beat Snowball Ringer beat Jeaftnle Deans Imposter beat Gorton lona beat Presto Newton beat Lassie Fugue beat Flora Whisper beat Zara Black Pine beat The Bantam Ueg Dodds, a bye.

Mystery (3 to 2 on) left the slips with Rotomahana, but the former was unsighted for some time, during which Rotomahana was working the hare. Mystery at last cot in, and having all the best of a hustling course won easily.

Effie Deans (3 to 1 on) and Harpendem were next put together, but the favorite broke from the slips and coursed the hare by herself, working in beautiful style through a long course, and flecking the hare twice just before it escaped. After two courses had been run the pair were again placed in the slips, and Harpenden (3 to 2 against) led the favorite, and, doing all the work in a short trial, won easily, the bitch being too much pumped out by her previous efforts.

Snowball (4 to 1 on) led Emin Bey to the bare turned, but the non-favorite then got in, and and after some rapid exchangee bad just won when the bare escaped. Ringer (3 to 2 on) was led by jeannie Deans by half a length, bnt a grand give-and-take trial ended in a narrow win for the favorite.

Gordon (5 to 2 against) was led by Impostor by six lengths, and the favorite working in fine stylo won with a lot ia hand.

Presto (3 to 2 on) was quickest from slips, bnt was passed by lona in the run-np, and the latter had all the best of a good trial. Newton (3 to 2 on) led Lassie by a length and turned, but the latter then took possession and put in some good work before Newton got in again, and won with a bit » band.

Fugue (5 to 2 on) and Flora raced to the hare together, and on the turn the favorite got possession, and the hare favoring her she had won a short course, when Flora pnfc herself out by killing. Zara (2 to I on) was led by Whisper by a length, and the latter, working much the better of the two, won easily. Black Pine (4 to 1 on) ran clean away from The Bantam, and beat her almost pointless, WATERLOO PURSE. SECOND ROUND. Aoraogi beat A.U.A. Plymouth Rook beat Sefton Dribbler beat Nimrod Mariner beat Rose Kiwi beat Ivanboe. Aorangi (2 to 1 on) did as lie liked with A.M.A. in a short trial.

Plymouth Rock (3 to 1 on) cleared away from Sefton, and won with great ease, Nimrod (2 to 1 against) was led by Dribbler, who turned, wrenched once, and killed before Nimrod got a look in. Mariner (1 to 1 on) led Rose by tw» lengths, and had a bit the best of a rattling course.

Ivanboe (2 to 1 on) was beaten to the hare by Kiwi, who worked the hare splendidly, and won with a lot in band. THE WATERLOO PLATE, of 135. For ten dogs beaten ia the second round ol the Cup. Whiner, L2O; runner-up, L 7; third dog, Li; two dogs L2 each.

RafcomaKana beat Effia Beans Snowball beat Jeanie Beans Presto beat Gordon Zua beat Lassie Flora beat The Bantam.

Rotomahana (3 to 2 on) led Effie Deans to the hare and won very easily.

Snowball (3 to 2 on) beat Jennie Deans to the hare and had a good deal .the best of bb interesting trial. Presto (3 to 1 on) raced away from Gordon and beat him all through a longisb course.

Zara (2 to 1 on) led Lassie to a strong hare, which reached the escapes before a turn was got out of it. The judge, however, put up the flag for Zara. Flora (3 to 1 on) led The Bantam to a weak hare, and wound up a short course with a kill. THE ALL-AGED STAKES, for 27 dogs at LZeach. Winner, L 2 5; runner-up, L 1 0; two dogs, LS each ; three dogs, L 3 each. Ssaoombe beat Pride of Scotland Kaprlolani beat Mother Hubbard Volley beat Home Rule Wallaby beat Blue Rock Sea Rock beat F&nttp Spanker beat Seaside. Vesta beat Little Jack Boomerang beat Briaroot Kingosk beat O.E 0. Jose Jose beat Actress S ;nn Mariner beat Peri Luna II beat Kioto Bonny Girl beat Vt gel Cheviot Lacs a bye. Seacombe (3 to 1 on) led Pride of Scotland, and had all the best of a abort coarse.

Kaprolani (evens on) beat Mother Hnbbard easily in a short trial. Home Rule (2 to 1 on) ran a no course with Volley, the hare escaping before a torn was taken ont of it. On being slipped again Home Rale led, but after the turn Volley got in, and, scoring fast, won with a kill. Wallaby (2 to 1 on) had a bit the best af a bustling trial with Bine Rock. Sea Rock (5 to 1) ran clean away from Fantip, who would not shape at all. Spanker (2 to 1 on) beat Seaside with great ease.

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COURSING., Issue 7945, 28 June 1889

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COURSING. Issue 7945, 28 June 1889

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