PATENTS APPLIED FOR.
♦ Messrs Baldwin and Rayward, Patent Attorneys, Wellington (Canterbury representative A. H. Hart-, Gloucester Street, Ghristohurch) report having received the following New Zealand deeds of letters patent during the week ending November 20 :— ■ Aktiebolaget Separator, Sweden, improvements in and relating io centrifugal separators for liquids.; S."B. Apostoloff, London, an improvement in separating ana utilising the floury constituent of middlings, etc. ; Ooites and Lees, Kalgoorlie, an improved butter, provision and liquid cooler; j. Carr and Sons, Melbourne, trade mark label : E. G. Gresham, Dunedin, an improved dental plate; A. F. Billing, Auckland, improved finger print album ; T- FO'Connell, Catlin«, improved sfcirrupiron; E. G, Langton, Masterton, improved toilet comb ; E. G. Gresh«m, Dunedin, an improved dental instrument. ■-. ■■.'... " Progress," a new monthly illustrated, journal devoted to invention, science, ■ industry. December number ready s^rtiy, subscription 5s per annum. Jieesrs Baldwin and Rayward, Wellington.- ,:; • ;1988
stone are the horses most inquired for by backers anxious to do business in the Auckland Cup. The two-year-old filly Gah.ee, by Galhnule —Tierce, who beat a moderate field at Folkestone on September 29, cost 8600 guineas as a yearling. The r.ders of Maniapoto and Torah adopted cut-throat tactics in the Melburne Stakes. Torah succeeded in cutting down the New Zealand. -r. Hicke .botham, the trainer of Blue Spec, and Bullook, the rider, were each laid £1000 to nothing by the owner in the Melbourne Chip. , The field which contested the Manbyrnong Plate this year is said to have been one of the best-looking that ever ran for the two-year-old race. „. Subsequent to winning the Doncaster Sfc I/eger, Challncomfce wa? backed for the Prince Edward Handicap at Manchester, but could only run a moderate third. The French horse. Gouvernant, started favourite at 11 to 8 on for the Jockey Club Stakes, but was hopelessly beaten from the start, and finished second last. Blue Spec, tho -winner of the Melbourne Cup, was sold as a yearling to Mr J. A. Mayo for 45 guineas, and was acquired by his present owner for 165 guineas. Carbine was represented by a winner at ths Newmarket Seoond October Meeting, when Caro captured a mile aid a half Selling Plate. There was no bid for him after tho race. , Fipistrello, the two-year-o'd brother to Flying Fox, made hfe first pupearauce in the Bvckenhirn Stakes ah the Newmarket F rst October Mooting, but finished last in a weak fie.d. Infnnta, dam of the Maribyrnong Plate winner, Oreiilet, raced over hurdl"" «ome veara pgo, and Fascination, 4 he sranddam of Oreillet. was the dam of Bellringer, a very good hurdler. , Oreillet, the winner of the MaribyrnonePlate, is held under lea?e from her breeders. At th» Sydney yearling sales last Easter she was passed in at a reserve of 300 ! guineas. On the day the last mail left England a match was to take place over two mi.es and a quarter, for £500 a side, at their CeaaTewitoh weights, between Mark Tims Bst 121 b and Wnrgravo Bst 41b. ,At Mr Yuill's sale of blood stock, in Melbourne, Maniapoto was passed in at ISOOga. the reserve being 2000*6. The sales included Boabdil, nt 925«ra; Scotland 85Oga; Demaa, 550? b; and Thebes, dam of Denuw, 600gs. It is stated that F. D. Jones, at one time attached to the Yaldhurat stable, but who remained in Australia, to ride Ma.niapoto in his Victorian engagements.' has accepted an offer to ride for a leading owner in West Australia. According to come Amercan writers the Melton three-year-old colt, Syeonby, who has won £37.000 in stakes is not quite tho phenomenon his perfrrmances wou"d suggest, but is simply a. good colt in a particularly bad yefr. The Sydney trainer, J. A. Mayo, would vifiw the Melbourne Cud yith mixed feelines. He hod thr^e iet>resentatives ; n the race, but none of .them looked dangerous,. wYe the wlnneT. Blue Spec, was a caat-off from his stable. When the last mail left England, Pretty Poliy, who had to be retired for a time on. account of an accident, was striding a.ong in her old style, and she was to have reappeared in public in tho Champion, Stakes at lVevrmarket last month. When the last mail loft England J. E. Brewer Wftß eevonth on the list of. winning trainers, hs team Juv.ng won races valued at £13,724.. W. T. Robinson head-d the iist with £32,614. and then there was a drop, the Hon G. Lambton being second with £19,801. The Victorian Owners and Trainers' Association, has made a recommendation to the committee of the Victoria Racing Club that, in order to avoid rri toting delays caused by fractious horses, s.arters sh.uld bo instructed not to delay a start in future any longer than five minutes. The Victoria Kacing Club's starter has a very offhand way of treating horses that do not promptly stand up to tho barrier. Sometimes he .eaves them, wherever they are, and of course the owners concerned do not like it. It is, however, doubtful policy to sacrifice the well-behaved animals for these fractious brutes, as is so often done Sn this colony Tho "Otago Witness" has the following: — The Canterbury Jockey Club stewa.ds number amongst tacir body some prominent owners and others prcsumaby well versed in the game of sporting, but they appear to be beautifully md fl/rent to inconsla ent running and displays of aupina horsemanship hot enough to blister the paint on the rails round the track. . - ' : ■'''■; i , Some time ago Mr L. de Bothschild received an offer for St Amant from , the Russian Government. Hia decision not to Bell him was based on the opinion that he- was werth another trial for racing, anq- as the horsa subsequently won the Jockey Club Stake 3, worth £7440, Mr de Rothschild had all the best .of tho deal in sticking to Sfc Amant. , . Mr Evett being still unab.e to attend to his duties as handicapper, the Auckland Racing- Club committee has commissioned Mr Chadwick to f rame . the weights for the Auck'and Cup, Railway Handicap and Auckland Steeplechase; The Tnkapuua Jockey Club ha? also appointed Mr Chadwick to allot the weights at 'the approaching spring meeting to be held at North -Shore. "Umpire," of the Sydney "Referee," is responsible for the following:— All arts of efforts were made to get Jone3 to stand down whilst Hickey rode Maniapoto in the Melbourne Cup. He had been definitely promised he shou'd ride by the owner, who would not take him off without his consent. He hfld been premised £100 if he won but wss off?red £1000 to sand down if Man apoto won. He gflve very ae-sible professional reabtos for declining to stand down, arid said ha wai equal to the occafion. • • ; ■ . The "Bo'gian Jockey Club has a high-handed way of doing business. Little more than twelve months ago & prominent breeder and good sportsman, who had made many sacrifices for the development of racing in B-l-"iumi BM all foals rendered worthlessj by bfiing ' debaTTpd from enierih,sr 'n any ■ " c'assio" rflce for a year through having writt'ii and nublish -d a leHer defending a iock'y ho considered had been unjustly +re~ted. Tho 1 Belgian snort ng paperß arinounco th^t an owner, a we"lrknown noble breeder h'B b«en finpd £20 frr having ori'-en a t» ; ece of Ms mind to a collm'nte. FuHh«r. he has been feporled to the Jockey Club. '
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PATENTS APPLIED FOR., Star, Issue 8482, 27 November 1905
PATENTS APPLIED FOR. Star, Issue 8482, 27 November 1905
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