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The Champion Coursing Meeting inaugurated by the Dunedin Jockey Club commenced at the Porbury Plumpton Ground to-day, and will be brought to a conclusion to-morrow. The club suffered from their usual ill-luck as regards weather, a drizzly rain falling during most of the day, and making things rather unpleasant for visitorp. Mr T. Kett again acted as judge, Mr W. Carver as slipper, and Mr G. Dowse as slip steward. The attendance was very good considering the unfavorable weather. The following were the results up to the time of our going to press :

dIAMPIOX STAKES, for sixteen »11-nircd dogs at Li ench. Winner, L 35; runner-up, Ll7; two does', L 6 each.

Mr J. Munro'a blk w d Emin Bey, by Bordeaux —Bonnie Scotland, beat Mr 0. R. Wise's blk b Effle Deans, by Bordeaux—Bab. Messrs J. and W. Millß's r b Fugue, by Bridegroom --Symphony, beat Mr T. Haskett's w f d Tom BrowD, by Smoker—Rbanee of Ghazno. Mr L. Rutledge's blk w d Dribbler, by Dwdy—Miss Flora, beat Mr P. Drumm's r b Luna 11., by Bockwood—Luna.

Mr J. Blaney's bd d Kiwi, by Sardius—Solitude, beat Mr J. Scanlin's bffd Smoker, by Smueeler— Como. Mr D. Mihoney'fl w blk d Sultan, by Jaek-Vande-line, beat Mr T. Alexander's I b Yorkshire Lass, by Forest L»d-Tell Tale 11. Mr W. Gardiner's f w b Flora, by Sam—Miss Cameron, beat Mr T. Cotton's blk w b Whisper, by Forest Lad—Tell Tale 11. Mr A. T. Price's r w d Sea Rock, by Rock woodHop Bitters, beat Mr D. Mahoney's w blk d Ringer, by Rockwood—Zoobeda. Mr 0. R. Wise's f d Newton, by Red Pino—Whiff, beat Mr J. Scanlan's bd w d Mariner, by Horse Marine-Glensbee.

Emin Bey [2 to 1 agst) led Effie Dean by four lengths to the hare, when Effie sjot in and wrenched. The Bey then came again, and, driving the hare to the escapee, won easily. Fugue (5 to 2 on) led Tom Brows from a bad slip, and won all the way. Dribbler (2 to 1 on) led Luna 11. by a couple of lengths, but the bitch got in and turned twice before the favorite regained possession, and ended a decided winner with a kill.

Kiwi (2 to 1 on) and Smoker had a capital course, but the favorite won with a bit to spare. Sultan (2 to 1 on) led Yorkshire Lass by a length to the turn, and doing all the work won easily.

Flora (6 to 4 on) and V\ hisper ran an undecided, but in the run off the favorite had a bit the best of a give-and-take course. Sea Rock (2 to 1 on) beat Ringer with the greatest ease after a bristling trial. Newton (3 to 2 against) and Mariner ran ncck-and-neck to the hare, after which, however, the former had all the best of the trial.

MAIDEN STARES, for fifty-one all-aged dogs at L2 each. Winner, L 45; runner-up, L2O; two drgs, L 7 each; three dogs, LI each; six dogs, L2 eaoh.

Mr D. Mahoney's w d Manton, by Horse Matine— Solitude, beat Mr J. Thomson's f d Turk 11., by Psycho—A'ice. Mr J. Blaney's bd b Kaprolani, by Sardius—Solitude, boat Mr J. Millet's blk d Supplejack, by Parnell—Belle Mahone.

Mr D. Cureey's f w b Britannia, by Briton StillHornpipe, beat Mr J. Harper's r w d Melbourne Tom, by Mtlfort—Oastanette. Mr W. Patching's r b Forest Queen, by Forest Lad— Bu v y, beat Mr W. Allan's rw d Tattler, by Forest Lad-Tell Tale 11.

Mr J. Munro's w b b Rozelle, by Red Pine-Whiff, beat Mr W. Gardiner's w b b Lassie, by Belisatius— Lily. Mr J. Kennedy's blk w d Harpenden, by Oakfleld— Olucina, beat Mr E. Harland's b w b Walnut, by Market Day—Miss Annie. Mr G. M'Guire's blk w b Bonnie Girl, by Bordeaux —Bonpie Scotland, beat Mr A. King's bd w d Turk, by Spring—Fly.

Mr W. Bail's bd b Actress, by Quicksilver-Queen, beat Mr E tills'* f w b Mabel Lenny, by Market Day-Miss Annie. Mr J. Scarflan's f bd d Nimrod, by Joey—Ne'ly, beat Mr H. Irving's f w b Cinderella, by Horwi Marino -Soitudc. Mr J. Altxiudcr'n I w d Ivanhoe, by Bore* Marino -r fiolltude, bral Mr 11. Drew's f and w d Blacklock, by Kockwor (1 -Water. Mr J. M'Lollan'a f w d Fllmby, by Solway 11.-Lucy, beat Mr 0. M'Culro'a b!k w b Donnle Black Bens, by Kordcwjx U jrinio Scotland. Mr J Ullrirnatj's blk w b Myatery, by Welcome Jack -Miirii.aWl, b.»t Mr A. A. WIWi bd b Maids, by Holway Jl.-Kat*. Mr Ja/itK Thorn paw**- blk d Dirk Hmtta, by f w d Tyrone, by J.uiMcr - Ncc/Ji*, Mr /J. Maboncy'n r b J«*« l»ear.'. by Bordeaux • Bub, beat Mr J. Rkr/ffcr'* blk w d Steadier, by Korei.tUd-fVi. Mr J. iilatity'n I <i H/A/.nMm*, by Ju»l ftUn— Wit ton Liim. i-e»t Mr J, Wii/wiif/* bkf b Vj**«, by Welcome Jock— iliKitfjt. Mr W. I'stcb.'ng'* r d H>lf e Hj/«r, by CV*<* »\*4Ruby, beat Mr <;b»il<-» Kl ♦<»<:<<'* » f/ife 4 lintA' nought, by Korean. i; klm,'!'* 'i <.iy. Mr J. M'Cirath'* M d &i*rjijrl,«, by K«# Wi»* Tasraan, be it Mr .1. '>, N'eWe r U fat It'/i-U, by Bordeaux Jjom.le Kn-illuii. Mr.). K. B_-well'« Ij ItfMvHh liv.fe, W K-* * Charge-Blue Hock, Ij -at Mr i'Atu \ttu&*;ifi>nt!iUi4 Black Rock, by Tr*i ptr -lU.m Mr R. Macdcnnell'ij blk w A U<,m* iUi'-t, by ¥***&■ —Twilight, beat Mr J. Forward'* * » b <M*«** (itf, by Lucifer-Ft-nella. Mr J. Harper's f w b The Ran tun, hi tanetto, beat Mr J. Cotton'* b!k vr d (sa&W, '■? fe£' deaux Bonnie Scotland. Messrs J. and W. Millb'e ( d Prrtto, br V*ttixgrtiv® —Symphony beat Mr A. Campbell'* »lk m <* >?«*- pector, by Pirncll—Flora.

Mr H. Lsthaby's bd w hj Queen of tb* W***, fe-y Lucifer-Marigold 11. beat Mr A. J. Price's I d iiwiK, by Sir Hercules-Lady Rockwood. Mr H. Irving's f w b lona, by Horao Mi/J-se Solitude, beat Mr H. Wilsou'a blk w d Sprl&ff, by Xutf —Mis J Tasman. Mr A. Patcreon's b w d Heotor, by TamarJ— Amohia, Mr J. Munro's w d Scotch Mist, b/ Sea Foam—Bonnie Scotland. Mr J. Bianey'a f w d Kinpask, by Sardius—Solitude, beat Mr T. Hatkett's f b Mies Haskett, by Smoker— Rhanee of G-.ozne. Mr J. Lucufc's t d Stranger, by Scamp-Nettle, bye. SAPLING STAKES, for ilxteen saplings at L2 each. To be run in four stake*. Winced, L 6 ; runnerup, L2. WEST STAKE. Mr A. T. Price's f w d Watermark, by Market Day—Waterwitch, beat Mr J. M-LtlUn'e blk w b Brunette, by Smoker—Miss Annie. Mr J. Blaney's r w d Kintyre, by Kinesolere—Bell beat Mr H. Irving's w f d Irony, by Horse MarinoSolitude.

SECOND STAKE. Mr G. M'Quiro'e bd w b Lurline, by Smoker—Mlsa Annie, beat Mr W; Allen's f b Hobs Rose, by forest Lad—Mail of the Valley. Messrs A. and J. Deaker's f b Kathleen, by Le Loup ll.—Swectlipa, beat tor Charles Payne'd t b Bernico, by Le Loup ll.—Sweetlips. THIRD STAKE. Mr E. Carrol'sb wd Musket, by Tssoian— Amobia, beat Mr J. M Graih'd w ( b Silver Dust, by StirlingPrincess Charlotte. Mr A. J. M'Donald's i d Belvidere, by Forest Lad Maid of the Valley, beat Mr A. Carsey's bd w d Dash, by Mechanio -Lily. FOURTH STAKE. Mr H. Owen's f w b Sympathy, by Horre MarineSolitude, beat Mr J. Crawshaw'a Iwb Bed-o'-Sten« 11., by Horse Marine— Bsd-o'-Stone. Mr J. Alexander's blk b Lady Godiva, by Forest Lad—Vega, beat Mr J. M'Grath's [w and blk d Sihoimine, by Stirling— Princess Charlotte.

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CHAMPION COURSING MEETING., Issue 7981, 9 August 1889

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