The celebrated greyhound Misterton, tha sensational winner of tho English Waterloo Cup of 1879, died, in England recently. On the night of the draw for the Waterloo Cup which he won Misterton's price was 1,000 to d, and his owner won u very large stake through his victory. He took thousands to six several times, and, with his friends, soon caused the dog's price to como down to 50 to 1. As a stud greyhound Misterton was one of the most popular dogs in England, and for a number of years his service list was well filled at a fee of twenty guineas. He is stated to have earned be* tween 14,000 and L 5,000 aa a. stud dog.
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Evening Star, Evening Star, Issue 7970, 27 July 1889, Supplement
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