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MANCHESTER. Monday, April 19.

Lancashire Steeplechase, of 172030v5. Three miles and a-half. Mr F. B. Atkinson's b h Knight of Rhodes, by Bon Frare— Herbertine, 12.4 ... (Escott) 1 Mr J. S. Forbes's b g Prince Albert, 10.10 (Mr G. S. Davies) 2 Mr B. Bletsoo's b h Grudon, 11.9 (Mr M. Bletsoe) S Manifesto. 12.7 ... „. ... (Kavanagh) 0 Cathal, 12.0 ... „. „. ... (Owner) 0 Swanahot, 11.3 .„ ' (Hoysted) 0 Aline, 10.10 ... ~, ... (R. Chaloner) 0 Willington, 10.10 (G. Williamson) 0 lotu» Lily, 9.7 ... ~, (Latham) 0 Timon, 10.7 ... ... (Turvitt) 0 Clawson, 10.6 ... (Mr Bissill) 0 Gvimpo, 10.3 „. ... (Morrell) 0 Barcalwhey, 10.0... ... ,„ ... (Hogan) 0 Castle Warden, 10.12... „. ... (Morton) 0 Gresnhill, 9.10 «. (E. Matthews) 0 Red Cross, 9.10... „. „, ...(O.Taylor) 0 Electric Spark, 9.9 (W. Taylor) 0 Tictor, 9.7 (O. Morgan) 0 Betting : 3to 1 agst Manifesto and Knight of Rhodes, 20 to 1 Prince Albert. Manifesto fell three fences from home, and

Knight of Rhodes making a mistake at the last fence let up Prince Albert, who fought out a tremendous race, and Knight, of Rhodes only got home amid a scene of great enthusiasm by a head. Time, 7min 37 4-53ec. Tuesday, April 20. Jubilee Hurdle Race, of 875sovs. Two miles. Mr T. Cannon's b h Amphidamas, byMelanion — Ravee, 110 (G.Williamson) 1 Mr G. Maclachlan's eh h Posterity, 10.11 (R. Woodland) 3 Mr F. Verwood's b m Alexina, 10.5 (Knight) a Instep, 12.9 (Sherlock) G Phil Brown, 10.0 (Harrison) 0 Swaledale, 11.3 — (J. Kn«x) 0 Son o' Mine. 10.9 ... ... ... (Hogan) (1 Erl King, 10.4 ... (T. Fitton) 0 Montauk, 12.1 ... „ (E«cott) 0 Fossicker, 12.1 „. ... ... (J. Jones) 0 The Rays, 10.12... .„ (Mr T. J. Widger) 0 Bowline, 1012 ... m ... (R Chaloner) C Berkeley, 10.9 ... ... • „. (A. Nishtingall) C Coffee Cooler, 10.4 (R. Nightingall) 0 Cornbury, 10.1 (Hoysted) C Gotterdale, 10.0 (T. Kavanagh) 0 Halliou. 10.0 (MrCullen) 0 Melancholia, 10.0 (Dean) (] Betting : 6to 1 agst Amphidamas, Posterity, and Son o' Mine, 100 to 7 A.l»xina. Amphidamas headed Phil Brown over the last flight, and was followed by Posterity, and though the leader was stopping at the finish, he held his own and won by a length. Time, 4min 2j3ec. NEWAIARKEI? CRAVEN MEETING. Wednesday, April 21. Fitzwilliam Stakes, of 445sovs. For two-year-olds. Rous course (five furlongs). Sir R. Waldie Griffiths's b c Minton, by Minting—Madame Hampton, 8.12 (Rumbold) 1 MrL Brassey's eh c Cnbra, 8.12 (Bradford) £ Lord Ellefeinere's eh f Hedge, 8 9 (M Cannon) 3 Deezie, 8.9 (0. Loates) C Grasie.B9 (Calder) C Lapwing IT, 8.12 (C. Wood) fl llainton. 8.12 (Ricfcaby) fl Kinetoscope, 8 9 (K. Canuon) fl Betting : 6 to 4 agst Hedge, 7 to 4 Minton, 100 to 8 Cobra. Won by three parts of a length ; twice as far between second and third. Crawfukd Plate, of 400sovs. Bretby Stakes course (six furlongs). Mr Sime'B b c Northern Farmer, by Laureate ll— Srnonk Frock, 3yrs, 613 (N. Robinst*) 1 Mr R. H. Combe's b c Dynamo, 4yrs, 7.6 (Allsopp) 2 Mr R. A Oswald's b c Dule Tree, 4yrs, 7.7 (Fearis) 3 Signorina, aged, 9.0 ... „. (F. B. Black) 0 Funny Boat, 4yrs, 8.10 (Rickaby) 0 King Hampton, 4yrs, 8.4... ... (C. Wood) C Kilkerrau, 3yrs, 7.8 ... .„ (O. Madden) 0 Moss Hag, 4yi\s, 7.2 (Sharpies) (J Aureus, 4yrs, 7 1 (Toon) 0 Lady Bess, Syivs, 6.12 (R. Jones) 0 Falster, 3yre, 8.10 (K. Cannon) 0 Betting : 5 to 2 against Northern Farmer, 4 to 1 Dynamo, 100 to 8 Dule Tree. Northern Farmer- was out by himself from the start, and, keeping up full pressure to the end, he won by six lengths from Dynamo ; half a length between second and third. Time, Imin 20§sec. EPSOM. Wednesday, June 2. the derby stakes, Of GOOOsovs, by subscription of SOsovs each ; for three-year-olds; colts 9.0, fillies 8.9 The nominator of the winner to receive 500sovs, the owner of the second to receive SOOsovs, and the owner of the third 200sovs out of the stake. One mile and a-half. Mr J. Gubbins's b c Galtee More, by KLendal — Morgauette 1 Lord Rosebery's b c Velasquez, by Donovan — Vista 2 Mr J. Siruon Harrison's b c History, by Hampton — Isabel 3 Eleven started, Galtee More woa in a canter by two lengths. Time, 2min 44sec. The Prince of Wales's Oakdene was fourth. Pedigree of the Winner.

PLACED HORSES AND BETTING SINCE 1874. 1875 Prince Batthyany's Galopin ... 2to '. Lord Ayleeford's Claremont ... 100 to ' Lord Falmouth's c by Macaroni — Repentance 100 to < Lord Falmouth's Gavterly Bell ... 100 to : Won by a length ; sixl engths ; Garterly Bell closi up. 1876 Mr A. Baltazzi's Kisber 4 to : Mr R. Peck's Forerunner 100 to li Mr R. Peck's Julius Caspar 40 to : Lord Dupplin's Petrarch 2to ! Won by five lengths ; three lengths ; threi lengths. 1877 Lord Falmouth's Silvio 100 to ! Mr Mitchell-Innes's Glen Arthur... 50 to '. Mr J. T. Mackenzie's Rob Roy ... 3to ! Won by half a length ; three-quarters of a length a head. 1878 Mr Crawfurd's Sef ton „. ... 100 to 1 Count Lagrange's Inßulare 100 to 3 Lord Fahnouth's Childeric 100 to Won by a length and a-half ; same; Topaz wa fourth. 1879 Mr Acton's Sir Bevys 20 to Mr Trotter's Palmbearer 100 to Lord Rosebery's Visconti 60 to Duke of Westminster's Victor Chief sto 5 Won by three-quarters of a length ; a length three lengths. ISBO Duke of Westminster's Bend Or ... 2to '. Mr Brewer's Robert the Devil ... 7to '. Prince Soltykoff s Mask 20 to : Won by a head ; six lengths ; Apollo was fourth 1881 Mr Lorillard's Iroquois ... ... 11 to Mr Norman's Peregrine ... «,. 6to Lord Rosebery's Town Moor ... 33 to Prince Soltykoff's Scobell 20 to Won by half a length ; two lengths ; half length.

1882 Duke of Westminster's Shotover... 11 to 2 ' Loid Bradford's Quicklime 6 to li Mr Lorillard's Sachem 100 to S Mr H. ltyinill's Bruce 9 to 4 Won by three-quarters of a length ; bad third. 18S3 Sir F. Johnstone's St. Blaise ... sto 1 Lord Ellesmere's Highland Chief... 100 to & Lord Falmouth's Galliard 7 to 2 "Won by a neck ; half a length. 1884 tMr J. Hammond's St. Gatien ... 100 to 8 tSir .T. Willoughby's Harvehter ... 100 to 7\ Sir J. Willoughby's Queen Adelaide 5 to 2 t A dead heat ; two lengths. The stakes were divided. i 1885 Lord Hastings's Melton 15 to 8 ! Mr Broderick-Cloete's Paradox ... 6to 1 Mr Child wick's Royal Hampton ... 10 "to 1 Wou by a head ; a. bad third. 1886 Duke of Westminster's Ormonde... 40 to So Mr Peck's The Bard 7 to 2 Mr Manton's St. Mirin 40 to 1 Won by a length and a-half ; a bad third. 18S7 Mr Abington's Merry Hampton ... 100 to 9 Mr Fern'B The Baron 4 to 5 MrF Douglas's Martley 10 to 1 Won by four lengths ; two lengths. ISBS Duke of Portland's Ayrshire ... sto 6 Mr "Vyner's Crowberry 6 to 1 . Mr Rose's Van Dieman's Land ... 20 to 1 Won by two lengths ; five lengths. 1889 Duke of Portland's Donovan ... Bto 11 Mr J. Grotton's Miguel 25 to 1 Mr D. Baird's JBil Dorado 100 to 8 Won by a length and a-half ; a bad third. 1890 Sir J. Miller's Sainfoin 100 to 15 Baron de Rothschild's Le Nord ... 100 to 7 Duke of Westminster's Orwell ... 100 to 1 Won by three-quarters of a length ; a neck. j 1891 Sir F. Johnstone's Common ... 10 to 11 M. E Blanc's Gouverneur 100 to 9 Sir J Duke' 3 Martenhurst 50 to 1 Won by two lengths ; a bad third. | 1892 Lord Bradford's Mr Hugo 40 to 1 Baron dc Hirsch's La Fleche ... 11 to 10 M. C. Blanc's Bacentaure ... . 100 to 1 Won by three-quarters of a length ; one length. 1893 Mr H. M'Calinonts Isinglass ... 4to 1 Mr Rose's Ravensbury 25 to 9 Puke of Portland's Raebura ... 20 to 1 Won by a length and a-half ; two lengths. i 1594 Lord Rosebery's Ladas 2te 1 Loid Abiugton's Matchbox ... 9to 9 Mr T. Cannon's Reminder 33 to 1 Won by a length and a-half ; six lengths. 1895 Lord Rosebery's Sir Visto 9 to 1 Mr T. Cannon's Curzon 33 to 1 Sir J. B. Maple's Kirkconnel' ... 12ito 1 Won by three-quarters of a length ; half a length. 1896 Prince of Wales's Persimmon ... sto 1 Mr L. de Rothschild's St. Frusquin Sto 13 Mr Beddington's tfarwig 33 to 1 Won by a neck ; four lengths. / Friday, June 4. The Oaks Stakes, of 4500sova, by subscription of 50iovs each; nominator of winner 40050 v,?, owner of second horse 200«ovs, owner of third 200dovs. For three-year-old fillies, 9.0 each. One mile and a-half. Mr T. Jennings's eh f Limasol, by Paulet — Queen of Cyprus 1 Lord Rosebery's b f Chelandiy, by Goldfinch — Illuminata 2 Lord lfillesmere's b f Fortalice, by Fitz-,imon — Zariba 3 Pedigree of the Winner. Gladiator Partisan (1833) Pauline S Ventre St. — 2 Gris (1856), Belle de Nui'. V Emilius j (1544) 'OJine H Cossack jßelaiau Platoff (1844) jJoannina £> La Favorite I C* (1863) Heroine Mr Wagga $5 (1848) [Poetess H S5-' Orlando Touchstone gKi i (1811) Vulture rfSChatta- I -. ?jo nooga (1861) Ayaranora i BirdcatcEer t o (1834) jPocaaontas a .W.AustralianlMelbourne 5? 3 (1S50) Mowerina §5 x Summer- ' Ct p side (1866) PMerdale ' ! Lanercost h3 I (1844) j Tomboy mare i Economist j Whisker g U , (1825) ,Florantlie S io Havkiway I J— ■ 3 (1834) 'Fanny Daw- ,Nabocklish g j son (1823) JMias Tooley S 'Glcncoe jSultan 2 5? (1831) jUrampoline ""'irt Pocahontas i d M (1837) !Marpe*sa IMuley g j (1830) | Clare ° jLangar jSclim ! ft «• | (1817) iWalton mare o gEpiru3 S*S (1834) loiympia Sir Oliver w „ (1815) Scotilla ! plr"tislri Walton 1 g (1811) Parasol I o Cyprian (1833) Frailty Filho da Puta (1821) 'Agatha I PLA.CED HORSES AND BETTING SINCE ! 1874. ; 1875 Lord Falmouth's Spinaway ... sto 4 i Lord Falmouth's Ladylove 7 to 4 Mr J. N. Abtley's f by Toxophilite— I Musket's dam 33 to 1 Count Lagrange's La Sauteuse ... Bto 1 ; Woa by three lengths ; length ; head. • 1876 Count Lagrange's Camelia 5 to 4 M. A Lupin's Enguerrande ... 4to 1 Mr Meadow's Merry Duchess ... 33 to 1 M. Delamarre's Filoselle ... ... 33 to 1 A dead heat. [ 1877 Hon. MrFienne's Placida 2 to 1 Lord Hartington's Belphcebe ..., sto 1 Mr Narthern's Muscatel 7 to 1 i Won by three-quarters of a length ; half a length. 1878 liord Falmouth's Janette 65 to 40 Lord Lonsdale's Pilgrimage ... Evens Count Lagrange'* Clementine ... 100 to 8 Won by a length ; a bad third. 1579 Lord Falmouth's Wheel of Fortune 3 to lon Mr Cookson's Coromandel II ... 100 to 3 Duke of Westminster's Adventure 40 to 1 Won by three lengths ; four lengths. 1880 Mr Perkins's Jenny Howlet ... 33 to 1 Mr Csokson's Bonnie Harden ... 20 to 1 Mr Featherstonhaugh's War Horn No price Won by two lengths ; a head. 1881 Mr W. S. Crawfurd's Thebais ... 6t04 on Mr C. Perkins's Lucy Glitters ... 100 to 6 Lord Rosebery's .Myra 20 to 1 Won by three lengths ; a bad third. 1882 Lord Stamford's (ieheimniss ... 6t04 on Mr W. S. Crawfurd's St. Marguerite 11 to 4 Mr L. de Rothschild's Nellie ... 11 to 2 Won by two lengths ; a length. 1883 Lord Rosebery's Bonnie Jean ... sto 1 Count Lagrauge's Malibran ... 20 to 1 Lord Rosebery's Ettare Noprice Won by two lengths ; a head. ISS4 Mr Abington's Busybody ... 105 to 100 on Mr 11. Peck's Superba 4 to 1 Sir J. Willoughby's Queen Adelaide 9to 2 Won by half a length ; a bad third. 1885 Lord Cadogan's Lonely ... ... 85 to 40 Lord Zetland's St. Helena 9 to 2 Lord Rosebery's Cipollina 100 to 8 Won by a length and a-half ; a bad third. 18SG Duke of Hamilton's Miss Jummy 11 to 10 Prince Soltykoff's Argo Navis ... 25 to 1 Mr Benholm's Braw Lass 4 to 1 Won by half a length ; a length. 1887 Duke of Beaufort's Reve dOr ... Bto 11 Mr T. Valentine's St. Helen ... 40 to 1 Duke of Westminster's Freedom... 100 to 8 1 Won by three lengths ; a bad third*

ISBB Lord Calthorpe's Seabreeze ... 7to 4 Lord Falmouth's Rada ... „. 100 to 7 Mr O. Perkins's Belle Mahone ... 100 to 8 Won by two lengths ; one length. ISS9 Lord R. Churchill's L'Abbes3e de Jouarre 20 to 1 Mr Vyner's Minthe 9 to 4 Mr H. Milner's Seclusion 10 to 1 Wou by a neck ; four lengths. 1899 Duke of Portland's Memoir ... 100 to 30 Chev. Ginistrelli'e Signorina ... Evens Mr J. H. Houldsworth's Ponza ... 80 to S Won by three-quarters of a length ; two lengths. IS9I Mr Noel Fenwick's Mirni 4to 7 Lord Rosebery's Corstorphiue ... 7to 2 Sii R. Jardine's Lady Primrose ... 50 to 1 Won by four lengths ; half a length. 1892 Biron de Hirsch's La Fleche ... Bto 11 Mr A. James's The Smew 100 to 6 Colonel North's La'Jy Hermit ... 100 to 8 Won by a short head ; bad third. 1893 Duke of Portland's Mrs Butterwick 100 to 7 Lord Rosebery's Treasure 6 to 1 Mr T. Jennings's Cypria 100 to 1 Won by half a length ; six lengths. 1894 Duke of Portland's Amiable ... 7to 1 Sir R. Griffifchs'fl Sweet Duchess ... 20 to 1 Lord Cadogan's Sarana 7 to 1 Won by three-quarters of a length ; four lengths. 1895 Sir J. Miller's La Sagesse 5 to 1 Mr Fairies Galleottia 100 to 15 Mr C. Wad low's Penkridge ... 33 to 1 Won by a length and a-half ; a length and a-half. 1896 Lord Derby's Canterbury Pilgrim 100 to 8 Prince of \Valas's Thais 13 to 8 Captain Laing's Proposition ... 100 to 7 Won by two lengths ; a length.

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MANCHESTER. Monday, April 19., Otago Witness, Issue 2258, 10 June 1897

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