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J"DISHONESTY" OF THE LAITY.

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PROFESSIONAL M A RAT HON. About 40,GOO persons were at the Stadium on Saturday when, with Lcrd Lonsdale as referee, a professional athletic meeting was held. Chief interest centred in the Marathon race, over the Olympic course, from Windsor to the Stadium. A Jap and about 250 yards of the track had to be covered by the corapditors after entering the Stadium, in order to com- plete the distance of 26 miles 686 yards. The result was a triumph for England, as although J. Keywood, the most fancied Britisher, who finished third in last year's race, broke down at about fifteen miles, and the second favourite on the English side, in A. Crudnigton, who last year finished fourth, trod on a stone, twisted hie ankle, and -had to retire, C. W. Gardiner, a member of a fine athletic family, of his brothers being well known amateur runners, came to the rescue, and, taking the lead soon' after passing through. Pinner, retained it to the end. His tiifc-a was 2h. 53min. 23 l-hsee. r About twenty men ermpleted the hrying journey under-3 £ hours. The names of the first seven were as follow — C. W. Gardiner (Eng- land), 1; Hector Labry (France), 2; F. Morris (England), 3; A. Neveu (Belgium), 4; J. Gun- trip (England), 5; Victor hi ouok (France), 6; and A. Johnson (Engla-di. 1. Most important of events on the Stadium track was the m 1 > This was won by F. Millot • 1 .i-aiin. 45 i-"•see. At ten miles A. > h > M.i'd) led Miilot. by nearly a lap, but was shurajr aii: wards seized with sunstroke, and retired, iraving Millot to finish alone.

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TEACHERS AND MARRIAGE.

EARL SUMMONED FOR TWOPENCE

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