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ILiverpool July Meeting. -1

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I Liverpool July Meeting. -1 LIVERPOOL, THURSDAY. The wind blew almost a gale during the night, but this morning opened in pleasant style, as although a few dark clouds gathered overhead these quickly passed away, and when Aintree was reached the conditions were thoroughly delightful. Although the Cap promised to bring out such a small field there was no diminution iu interest, and the company was a large one in all departments. Details 1.15—The (40th) KNOWSLEY DINNER STAKES of £ 500; second to receive £50, and third B30 from the stakes for three year olds, One mile and a furlong. Mr Reid Walker's Galatia, 8st SIb. C Wood 1 Lord Ellesmere's Fortalice, 8st 91b M Cannon 2 Mr Vyuer's Yorkmint, 9st F B Black 3 Winner trained by Cole, Exton. Betting—11 to 8 on Fortalice, 3 to 1 agst Galatia, and 4 to 1 agst Yorkmint. Yorkmint made play from Galatia to the Canal turn, where Fortalice went on second. Yorkmint continued to lead until a quarter of a mile from home, where Galatia drew out and won by five lengths three lengths divided second and third. 1.45.-The FLYING WELTER HANDI- CAP of B100 winner to be sold for £100. Five fur- longs and a half. Mr J Cannon's The Don, 4y last 41b M Cannon 1 Mr A E Alton's Samola, 5y 8st 71b Weldon 2 Mr Fairie's High Treasurer, 4y 83t 12)b. Rickaby 3 Mr Murchington's The White) jOn«,6y 8st 41b Allsopp 0 Mr J Lewis's Lady Cristonia, 5y 8,t31b C Wood 0 Winner trained by owner. Betting 9 to 4 agst Lady Cristonia, 5 to 2 each agst High Treasurer and The Don, 8 to 1 agst 6amola. and 100 to 8 agst The White Lord. The Don jumped off in front, but quickly gave way to The White Lord, who came on from The Don and Samola until a quarter of a mile from home, where The Don assumed the lead, followed hy Samola, and won by a length and a half a length dividing second and third; The White Lord was last. The Don was sold to Sir J. Thursby for 165gs. 2.10—The JOLLIFFE TWO YEAR OLD STAKES of £ 10 each, with £10:) added second to receive P-90; for two year olds. Five furlougs. Mr J B Brett's Bicorniger, 8 71b. Riekaby 1 AirR W B Jardine's f by FitzJames—Bruyere,8at 41b S Cbandley 2 Mr L Pilkingtou's Roida. ist 41b Calder 3 Capt Greer's Deepdene, 7st 71b. C wood 0 Mr 8 PiatVa Aloof, 9st.?. Finlay 0 Lord Dunraven's gbyKirklmm-Goht Wave, 8st 111b Mumbold 0 Capt Ethelston's Oak Day, Bst 7lb F B Black 0 Mr W M G Singer's Fire Fiend, Sat 71b Aiisopp 0 Winner trained by T Chaloner, Newmarket. Betting—11 to 8 agst Bruyere filly, 5 to 1 each agst Deepdene and Aloof, 8 to 1 agst Fire Fiend, and 10 to 1 each agst Bicorniger, Roida, and others; Bruyere filly jumped off in advance of Aloof and Roida, with Gold Wave gelding and Deepdene next, and Bicorniger in the rear, to the distance, where Bicorniger drew into the second place, and, quickly getting the best of Bruyere filly, won feasily by a length and a half; a bad third. Deepdene was fourth, Gold Wave gelding fifth, Aloof next, and Oak Day last. 2.40—The MERSEY STAKES of £ 550 second to receive 250; for two year olds penalties, etc. Five furlongs and a half. Mr Houldsworth's Morning Dew, 8st 71b M Cannon 1 Sir J Blundell Maple's Devon, 8st 71b Calder 2 Winner trained by Ryan, Newmarket. Betting-5 to 2 on Devon. Devon made the running to the inside distance, where Morning Dew drew to the front and won by a length and a half. 3.20-The LIVERPOOL CUP of m,200 the second to receive £125, an* the third R75 from the stakes a handicap. Cup Course, one mile three furlongs. Mr Jersey's Brayhead, 3y 6st 51b Jones 1 Mr A F Calvert's Clwyd, 6y SstVlb R'ckaby 2 Duke of Westminster's Labrador, 4y 9st M Cannon 3 Mr Reid Walker's Dinna Forget, 5y 8st61b ..Finlay 0 Lord Ellesmere's VHliers, 5. 7st 41b .S Chandley 0 Lord Stanley's The Guibdi" 3y 7st Ilb Robinson 0 Winner trained by F. Webb, Newmarket. Betht:g—15 to 8 a.g?t Dinna Forget, 3 to 1 agst Labrador, 4 to 1 agst Villiers. 6 to 1 &g'J Clwyd, 10 to 1 agst Brayhead, and 100 to 7 agst The Guide. 3.50-The JUVENILE PLATE of £125, for two year olds the winner to be sold for 211)0 second to receive £5. Five furlongs. COURSE BETTING BEFORE RACING. LIVERPOOL CUP. 2 to 1 agst Dinna forget (o) 100 to 30 Labrador (o) 4 to 1 Villiers (t & o) 4 to 1 Clwyd (t & o) 10 to 1 Any other (o) I AnnrrroVAT. ARRTVAT-S Break of Day, Deepdene, lab.tdor. n-refleiid, Rust, Mandorla, Bato, Birchy Bircliy, Hieland Laddie) Chin Chin, Angeiia, Thorncill, Galatia, Dinna. Forget, Tarouinius, Knockdon, Lo Ben, Miss Arclier. Tryst, Whittlebury, Bittern, Mint, Prunes, Lady Galloway, Highwayman, ltoida, Canonbury, King Tartar, Samola, Villiers, The Guide, Brayhead, The Don, Little Bob, Princess Anne, Esther Waters,' Fortalice, Morning Dew, Oak Day, Prosperous' Hellenic, Rontgen, Bicoruiger, Redpole, Empetrum Superb, and Clwyd.

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