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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

The following weights have been declared for the Grand National Steeplechase :

THE COURSING MEETING. The following were the amounts paid over on Saturday night:—H. Irving, L 94 10s ; R. Blackham, L4l 8s; D. Mahoney, L 27 9s; J. Scanlan, L 24 Gs; J. Drumm, L 22 10a'; J. Munro, LlB : J. and W. Mills, Lll ss; W. Gardiner, LlO 16s; E. R. Kidd, L 9; J. M'Lellan, L 9; J. Kennedy, L 7 4s; R. Langley, L 7 4s ; J. Blaney, L 8 15s ; C. C. Gordon, L 5 17s; J. Blinman, L 4 10b ; 0. R. Wise, L 4 10s ; T. Cotton, L 4 10s ; J. Hill, L 4 10s; J. Cooper, L4los; G. M'Guire, L 4 10s; J. N. Stephenson, L2 ss; J. G. Green, L2 ss; A. Berens, L2 ss; A. T. Price, L2 ss; W. Wills, L2 14s; J. R. Sewell, L2 ss; L. Ruttledge, L2 ss; J. Forward, LI 16s ; J. M'Causland, LI 16s; T. Alexander, LI 16s. Total, L 343 16s. A meetiHg of dog owners was held on Saturday night at Philp's Hotel. PresentMr 0. R. Wise (in the chair), Messrs E. R. Kidd, R. Blackham, H. Irving, W. Mills, J. Blaney, S. Surman, T. Alexander, J. Munro, D. Mahoney, J. Hill, L. Rutledge, and about twenty others. The Chairman explained that the meeting had been called for the purpose of suggesting to the D. J.C. the dates and stakes for the next meeting, and after further consideration the following resolutions were passed, same to be submitted to the favorable consideration of the Coursing Committee of the Dunedin Jockey Club:—l. That the next meeting be held on Friday and Saturday, 2nd and 3rd August. 2. That throe stakes be run—viz., Champion Stako, of L 4 each, for an unlimited number of all-age dogs. Maiden All-aged Stakes, of L2 each, for an unlimited number of dogs that have not won an advertised amount of LlO or over in one event. Sapling Stakes, for twelve saplings, at L2 each, to be run in fours. 3. That a hearty vote of thanks be accorded to Mr Harry L. James, the secretary, and the members of the club for the very efficient manner in which they have carried out the coursing meetings under their control.

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE., Evening Star, Issue 7947, 1 July 1889

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. Evening Star, Issue 7947, 1 July 1889

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