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FOUND DROWNED AT CARDIFF.…

MODEL SCHOOL GIftL,

ANOTHER MADAGASCAR EXPEDITION.

ABERDEEN -DISASTER. I

IMICHAEL IN AMERICA, I

MAYORESS OF COW BRIDGE.

|CATTLE MAIMING.

--.-IN THE ARMS OF A POLICEMAN.

"WHERE DID YOU GET THAT HAT…

CARDIFF CORPORATION.

HOUSEBREAKING AT NEWPORT.

I DEATH OF AN EX-INSPECTOR,

ICARDIFF A CITY.

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The Czar's Visit. I

[ SECONDARY EDUCATION.

! PHEASANT SHOOTING,

[SPECIAL TELEGRAM.]

tBUSINESS DUNE TO-DAY. j

ITO-DAY'S MARKETS.

IConstantinople. I

IA CARDIFF MAN IN TROUBLE.…

I PENARTII REGISTRATION COURT.…

I THE TINPLATE TRADE. I

--Newmarket First Octeber…

Official Scratching.

Newmarket Training Notes,

Another Archer in the Pigskin.

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I SPORTING ITEMS. I-

IIslington Tragedy,§

ICARDIFF JEWISH I NSIITU I…

IKILLED AT 92.

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I CARDIFF WATER SUPPLY,

IA SHOCK.

ICARGO OF LEPERS.

f The Storm in America. I

BOMBARDMENT OF ZANZIBAR.

CUBAN INSURRECTION. i

SEVEN MEN DROWNED.

CARDIFF REVISION COURT.

CARDIFF COUNTY COUNCIL.

MYSTERIOUS DEATH AT CARDIFF.

Mysteries of the Deep. I

OPEN STATION AT NEWPORT.!

ICARDIFF.

[No title]

Edinburgh Meeting. I

To-day's Starting Prices.

I Abergavenny Races.

I CONGREGATIONAL UNION.

I RISING IN MACEDONIA.

I TYNAN'S COMPANION,

IMANCHESTER ENGINEERS.

fFOOTBALL,

SII1 WM. HARCOURT'S VISIT…

ICHARGE AGAINST AN OCTOGENARIAN.

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--Newmarket First Octeber…

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Persicero settled down in advance of Rigmarole, Rose Marjorie, and Padishah, with Pilot next, and Irish Wake in the rear, until half a mile from home, when Rose Marjorie assumed the command from Padishah, Persicero, and Palmerstou, with Irish Wake drawing up. Passing the Bushes Palmerston toolc up the running, but was challenged by Padishah, who made a dead heat oi it Rigmarole, beaten four lengths, wss third, Irish Wake fourth, Rose Marjorie fifth, and Jezebel last. The stakes were divided. Palmerston was sold to Sit J. B. Maple for 260gs, and Pa.dishah to Mt Bennett for 210gs. 1.30-The DOUBLE TRIAL PLATE of £200, for two year olds selling allowance. Rous Course (5 fur- longs). Mr P. Lorillard's Sandia, 9st 31b Allsopp 1 '1' Mr E. Courage's Nocellina, 8st 101b Madden 2 Lord Stanley s The Guide, 8st 101b Rickaby 3 Winner trained by Huggins Betting—100 to 14 on Sandia, 8 to 1 rgst NoceUina. and 20 to 1 agst The Guide. They ran as placed throughout, Sandia winning by two lengths three lengths divided second and third. 2.0-A WELTER HANDICAP of 2103 winners 71b extra. Rous Course (5 fuvloDgsJ. Sir R. Griffith's The Dowager, 3y 7st l31b..Rumbold 1 Mr Jersey's King Spider, 3y 7st 121b Ward 2 Sir J. Maple';» Palaverer, 3y 8st 31b.. „ Calder 8 Mr L. de Rothschild's Qnill, 4y 9st J. Walts 0 Mr E. Wisliard's Hugh Penny, 6y 8st 71b Reiff 0 Mr E. Wishard's Damsel II. 3y 7st 111b Osgood 0 Lord Ilchester's Queen Isolde, 3y 7st lllbWoodburn 0 Mr T. Cannon's Chrysomel, 3y 1t, 81b K. Cannon 0 M. R. Lebaudy's Fabian, Sy 7st 61b S. Loates 0 Lord Ellesmere's Lady Nithsdale. By 7st 61b Madden 0 Mr E. C. Clayton's Glory, 3y 7st 51b Morgan 0 Chev. Ginistrelli's Golden Star II.. 3y 7st 51b.. Croft 0 Mr W. Johnstone's Chromatic, 4y 7st Allsopp 0 Winner trained by R. Sherwood. Betting—7 to 2 agst Palaverer, 9 to 2 agst The Dowager, 5 to 1 Lady Nithsdale, 9 to 1 agst Quill, 100 tn 8 agst Damsel II., a6nd 100 to 7 each agst King Spider and others. The Dowager in the centre cut out the work from Kiug Spider on the left. and Palaverer in The centre, with Chrysomel, Lady Nithsdale, and Chromatic well up, to the bottom of the hill, where the Dowager increased her lead and won easily by four leiigtiis two lengths divided second and third. Lady Nithsdale was fourth, Chrysomel fifth, Hugh Penny sixth,! Quill seventh Da, "aet H. next, and Fabian last. 2.30—Au APPRENTICES' PLATE of £1, 3 the winner to be sold for £100. Bretby Stakes Course (6 furlongs). t Mr T. Leader's Tin^ley, 2y 6st C. Leader 1 Mr G. Blackwell's Gordito, 2y 6st Segrott 2 Mr J. Kyan's Millrace, 2y óst Jenkins 3 Mr J. Dawson's Haaruebut, 6y 8st Westerman 0 Lord Stanley's Blackburn, 4y Sst F. Marlow 0 Mr S. G. Pickering's Star of Grafton, 2y 6st Ings 0 Sir R. Waldie Griffith's Sarura, 2y 6st Maxey 0 Capt. Mackell's Care Iska, 2y 6st .Dalton 0 Mr W. A. Jarvis's Arcady, 2y 6;t Spooney 0 Mr T. Jennings's, jun., Daisymere, 2y fat Cant 0 Mr T. Jennings's, jun., Alyssum, 2y 6st..G. Almond 0 Mr J. Cannon's Declaration, 2y 6st A. Cannon C Duke of Devonshire's Tintamarre, 2y 6st..A. Martin 0 Lord Penrhyn's Bonnie Princess, 2y 6st. R. Morgan 0 Mr Riddington's Celer, 2y 6st Jackson 0 Winner trained by owner. Betting—5 to 1 agst Blackburn, 6 to 1 agst Tinta- marre, and 10 to 1 agst Tinsley, Gordito, Millrace, and others. Tinsley was attended by Daisymere, Tintamarre, and Bonnie Princess, with Gordito and Millrace next, and H:tguebut heading the others, to the Abingtou Mile bottom, where Gordito took second place, but failed to overhaul Tynsley, who made most of the running and won by three lengths a length divided second and third. Tintamarre was fourth, Haguebut fifth, Care Iska sixth, Celer seventh, and Blackburn last. 3.15—The JOCKEY CLUB STAKES of EIO,000 the second receives RWO, third £ 200, nominator of the winner £400, and nominator of second E900 out. of the stakes, for three and four year olds. A.F.(lmile 2 furlongs). H.R.H. the Prince of Wales's PERSIMMON, by St. Simon-Perdita II., 3y 9<t 71b J. Watts 1 Lord Rosebery's SIR VISTO, 4y lOst 21b S. Loates 2 Mr Houldswovth's LAVENO, 4y Sst 131b. F. Pratt 3 Sir J. B. Maple's Kirkconnel, 4y 9t. 131b Powell 0 Mr McCaiiiinnt:, The Lombard, 4y 94 71b C. Loates 0 Mr L. de Rothschild's Utica, 4y 9st 71b .Rickaby 0 Mr Jersey,s Bride of the Sea, 4y 9t 41b Allsopp 0 Duke of Westminster's Regret, 3y94 lib..M.Cannon 0 Mr McCalmont's Knight of the Thistle, 3y 8st 41b Calder 0 Mr T.. Braseey's Bay Ronald. 3y 8st Ilb..Gvitnshaw 0 Winner trained by R. Marsh. Betting—11 to 8 on Per nramon, 3 to 1 agst Knight of the Thistle. 100 to 12 agst Regiet, 100 to 7 agst Sir Visto, 66 to 1 each agst Laveno and Utica, 100 to 1 each agst The Lombard and Bay Ronald, and 300 to 1 each agst Bride of the Sea and Kirkconnel. 3.45—Tho Forty-ninth TRIENNIAL PRODUCE STAKES of SfO each, with C300 added, and R5) for the nominator of the winner, for two year olds the secon4i receives 10 per cent, and the third 5 per cent. on the whole stake. T.Y.C.