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SPORTING ITEMS. -.l:!8.- There are some half-dozen horses at present located at New Barns. Manchester, and they will probably remain there until next week. VVe hear that it is more likely that Lord Dur- Jiains horses trained at Beverley will shortly join A. Sadler's stable at Newmarket. Mr James Lowther, M.P., the owner of King Monmouth, leaves England for India on the 9th inst., and he will remain there several weeks. It has been decided to hold the Doncaster Hunt Meeting on Thursday, and Friday, the 5th and 6th or February, instead of the 12th and 13th, as previously announced. An unusual incident occurred at the pigeon shooting match held on Tuesday at Monte Carlo. An eagie swooped down from the mountain and earned off one of the wounded birds. â Derts and North concluded their billiard match on Wednesday night, and tiie disadvan- tages under which he met his opponent proved 416 nU tor the champion, who was defeated by Enoch and J. Watts, trainer and jockey respec- tively to the Earl of Zetland, are at present pay- ing a visit to his lordship at Aske Hall, where fhou'nd°11 0^1 n^ caPital sport after the Aske ^^Anchor steamer, which has left Glasgow for £ iew ork, carries out one hundred thousand Loch ATiVi £ -0V1<: ova> which are intended to be sent out Vi,- 115aJ1' to be hatched for introduction into the Lakes- ie seven meetings at Newmarket during the past season 1,273 runners faced the starter in 208 races l xclusive of matches), an average of a little over six for each event. There were 20 days' racing a^J?i0a i?iUa^fcers during the year. The ackmoor Yaie Hounds had an extraor- dinary rUn on Tuesday, when, having found at Hadspen, near Castle Cary, they had a brilliant spin to IN 01 ta Woctton, near Glastonbury. The run lasted our hours, and at times the pace was very fast, The line of country, we may add, is about as stiff a one as it is possible to tIue. anywhere. Three young trien, while out fishing at Guage, South Australia, recently met with a remarkable accident, whwh, unfortunately, in one case proved fatal. Whiie attempting to land a large fish, presumably a sita(je) one 0f them was pulled into the river and drowned, and one of his com- panions had a narrow escape in attempting a rescue.. The death announce(j 0f a uoi;ed pisciculturist, Mr Robert Ratnsbottom, of Clitheroe. The deceased, who vvas 74- years of age, had a very wide repUuation as an angler and pisciculturist. After the Publication of his work entitled The Salmon i'.nc its Artificial Propagation, he received distinguished notice, notably communica- tions fro11' '-raribaldi, Mr John Bright, and Professor Auckland. After repeated efforts he successful'^ proved the value of artificial propaga- tion b}^11161^18 of hatching boxes, and succeeded in sending s.almon over to Australia. A teaip ot-b rench football players, members of the Pai'i^ a-G., arrived in England yesterday. They are to piay several matches under Ru<rby rules. I-"6 A.arisiaifs' tour is to open at Hendon to-morrow with a match against the Old Mill- hillians, and the other fixtures are against the Civil Sei Y»ce^on Monday next, at Herne Hill against the tlomsey Rovers, on Blackheath Common) two days later; the fourth, and last, against wravesend, at Gravesend, on Saturday week. in all probability their team will be as under £ >oldero, Budden, Carvallo, Figuls, Coates, Ral1., Gibert, Doljfus, Symonds, De Neuville, C. Ceu vremont. P. Ceuvremont, John- SeW, Brady, vVest, A. Kempleij, E. J. Kemplen (captain). It is stated that Sir Thomas Boughey intends to give up the mastership of the Albrighton Hunt at the close of the season. The Haydock Park Company have fixed a one- day meeting for Saturday. January 10, when the programme wnl consist of eight eight-dog stakes, four for puppies and four for all ages. Mr Kedley will judge* and Tom Wilkinson slip. Mr Hedworth, who is a very popular supporter of north-country racing, has sustained a loss in the somewhat sucj(jen death of Darlington. This son of Glendaie ^nd Datura took part as a two- year-oici in seven races, and all his efforts were unsuccessful except when he was credited with the Barnbougle Nursery at Edinburgh. Last year his average was pretty much the same, his record being two wins and twelve loses. At the York Spring Meeting he carried off the Consolation bcramble, and at Stockton secured the Twenty-seventh Biennial on the first day, besides dividing Pizarro and Beauchamp in the Great Northern Leger on the second. -.r" l:

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