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COURSING., Issue 7946, 29 June 1889
Skcond Day—Fkiday. The following concludes our report of yesterday's coursing : WATERLOO CUl'. TUIRD HOUND, lUrp nien beat Mystery Emiii Iky bent Rinqcr Impostor beat Ktwton (Jvawn) Fugue boit lon* Meg Dods boat Whisper Back Pine a bye. Uarpenden led up from Mystery (3 to 1 on) and turned. The bitch then got a turn, but Harpenden had slightly the best of the subsequent work. Ringer (3 to 2 on) was thoroughly beaten by Emin Hey in a good course. Impostor (3 to 2 on) and Nowton wcro clipped for the nest course, and ran an undecided. Newton was then withdrawn, having lamed himsolf. Fugue (2 to 1 on) and lona ran an exciting course, of which the favorite had not much tho best at tho finish. Whisper and Meg Dods (."» to 2 on) ran an undecided course. In running oil' Whisper led, but Meg Dods woiked more cleverly and won. Black Pine ran a bye. Third Day.—Sati-rhat. The weather was beautifully liue to day, And, a<* the finals of tho various oveuts were to be run off, great intercut was takon in the proceedings. The followiug were the results up to the timo of our going to i press: WATERLOO Ul'l\ RJl'Hill HOUND. Iviiiil ItJ}' beat lUniemkn liui>o»tor beat Fugue Black l'ina beat Met Votla. | liinin Bey (at 2 to one on) and Harpenden raced to tho hare neck and neck, and a rare give and take course ensued, of which, however, tho favorite had all the best, when the hare escaped. Fuguo (5 to 2 on) was led a length by Imoostor, who did nearly all the work, and had tho favorite for the Cup thoroughly beaten when tho hare got away. Black Pino (2 to 1 on) led Meg Dods by four lengths to the turn, and the hare turning sharp right in the iiiddle of the ground, Meg Dods killed before she had time to wipe off her opponent's score.
FIFTH ROOSD, Black l'ino beat Einin Bt-jr Impostor, a bye. Emm Bey (3 to 2 on) was led by Black Tine by two lengths to the turn, but then got in and worked best till the hare escaped, when the flag went up in Black Pine's favor. Impostor ran a bye. FINAL ROL'N'D. Mr J. Irving'* r f w it Impostor, by Hois; MitlneNuli'ulu, beat Mr U U.'mjkbuu's oil; wd lilaek Pino, by U'ml Pino—Wbiil, and won tbo stake. Impostor (3 to 2 against) led Blauk Pine by three longths, and working cleverly, had the favorite well beaten when he killed. WATERLOO I'UHSK. THIRD BOU3P. Aorangi beat Plymouth Hook Manner beat Diibblor Kiwi, a bye. Aorangi and Plymouth Rock (even) ran an undecided, in whioh both dogs worked well. On being slipped again, Plymouth Rock led from slips, out Aorangi passed him and got the turn. The Rock then got in, but before he conld run up much of a score Aorangi won with a smart kill. Mariner (3 to 2 on) and Dribbler had a rare chase to the hare, the latter being quickest from the slips, but Mariner just passing him in the run up. A grand course after a dodgy hare followed, of which the favorite had a bit the best when the hare was killed. Kiwi ran a bye. FOURTH ROUND. Kiwi beat Aoraogi Mariner, a bye. Aorangi (3 to 2 on) was led by Kiwi, who worked the hare splendidly and won very easily. Mariner ran a bye.
I'ISAL ROUND. Mariner beat Kiwi and won the stake Mariner (6 to 4 on) had a littlo the best of a good course with Kiwi. WATKItLOO PLA.TK. Snowball beat Rotomahana /. Ira beat Presto flora a bye Snowball (2 to 1 on) led Kotomabana by two lengths, and d>d all tho work till she suddenly fell, when Kotomaliana got in, only to bo put out again by the favorite, and beaten easily. Zara (6 to 4 against) led Presto, and had a good deal the best of a good trial. 'HIIRO 110GND. Flora beaS Snowball Zuu, a Ire. Snowball (3 to 2 ou) was well beaten by 'Fiorn in a good course, Zara ran a bye. FINAL ROI'NP. Zvra beat Mora and won the stake. Flora (2 to 1 on) led Zara and had the best of tho early part of the course, but was beaten afterwards. ALL-AGED STAKE. Second Hound. Kaprolanl beat Seacomb Volley beat Wallaby Spanker beat Sea Kick Boomorang beat Vesta Kingank beat Jose Jose Lon» II beat Sans Marin or. Kaprolani (2 to 1 on) beat Seacombe in a longhand interesting course, of which he had the best at first. Wallaby (2 to 1 on) was beat by Volley after a capital trial. Sea Rock (2 to 1 on) led Spanker by three lengths and turned, bui then stood off and allowed Spanker to run up a score sufficient to beat the favorite when he finished the course with a kill. Boomerang (2 to 1 on) and Vesta ran a short no-course, the hare running into a drain jast to the right of the slips before either dog could score. On being replaced in the slips the pair had a grand race up to the haro, Boomerang, however, gaining the turn and scoring freest during the remainder of the course. Jose Jose (5 to 4 on) was led by Kingask who won with a good deal to spare. Luna 11. (5 to 4 on) had a grand race with Sans Mariner, but Bhot two lengths clear on nearing puss, and scored all the points in a short trial. Bonnie Girl (3 to 2 on) ran away from Cheviot Lass, working in fine style and beating the latter pointless. Third RotM». Volley beat Kaprolani Boomerang bent Bpankcr Luna II beat Kingask Bonnie Girl, a bye. Kaprolani (G to* 4 on) led Volley and did all the early part of the work, but the bitch then got in and scoring rapidly, had just won when she killed.
Boomerang (6 to 4 on) had a "rare course with Spanker, who led him to tho turn, but after that had the worst of the run and lost. Luna 11. (G to 4 on) had all the best of a good course with Kingask, and wound up with a kill. Bonnie Girl ran a bye. TOtHITIT ROUND. Boomerang beat Volley Luna 11. boat Bonnie Girl. Boomerang (2 to 1 on) beat Volley very easily. Luna 11. (2 to 1 on) made a hollow show of Bonnie Girl. TINA!/ Rlß'M>. lj'ina 11. beat Bjomorang, and won tho stako. Luna (6 to <l on) won easily.
make bullets by melting shot in a fryingpan, and pouring the lead into a cylindrical hole in the ground. The cylinder was then taken out, cut into proper lengths, and trimmed with a knife to fit the gun. One of these bullets was picked up a fortnight ago among the grass on the very spot where Gollen wan supposed to have been shot. All the really criminating evidence has been given by Maoris. Indeed, Mr Ormond stated iu his evidence that ho would havo had no suspicion of anything but an accident had the Natives not called his attention tj the auspicious circumstances.
Major-general Strango gave a successful trial of the Maxim gun at Wellington yesterday in the presence of a large number of the local volunteer force and permanent militia.
A novel and bold idea has just been promulgated by some ladies at Gallao. While at that place the ollioers of Ucr Majesty'a ship Swiftsuro attended a church festival, and tho scnontas there took si vole as to the handsomest olliecr on board the ship. The votes wcro 10c each, the money going to the church. Major Ramsay, of the Koyul Marines, secured the iirst prize with >S7 votes ; Mr Hanks, the Admiral's secretary, was second, with 83 ; and Mr Lightoit, Burgeon, third, with 83. If none but tliosa without fault threw stones nobody would be hit,
COURSING., Issue 7946, 29 June 1889
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