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year he won eight out of the nine races in
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Mr. R. P. Stevens, of Sandiacre Hall,
died at Stanton Grange, Notts, on May ist,
at the aee of fifty years. The deceased, in
his youth, was a prominent athlete in many
branches of sport, but the one he took
most interest m was cricket. He repre-
sented Derbyshire in the first match that
county ever played, this being against
Lancashire in 1 87 1, and subsequently he
was elected captain of the eleven. As a
batsman he was very reliable, playing a
sound, steady game, and he never failed to
punish any loose bowling on the off-side of
the wicket. He earned a big reputation
for his excellent fielding at pomt, bringing
off many fine catches. Dunng later years
Mr. Stevens was keen to hounds and
a hearty supporter of the Belvoir and
South Notts Hunts.
The winner of the Chester Cup, run
May 3rd, Mr. Teddy's Uncle Mac (late
Northallerton), did the course, nearly two
and a quarter miles, in 4 min. loj sees.,
and credited his owner with 2,030 sovs.
Mr. Pack's Up Guards, who won in 1898,
covered the course in 4 min. ^ sees., the
value of the stakes being the same; in
1897 Mr. R. Lebaud/s Count Schomberg
won in 4 min. 7 sees. In 1896 The Rush
occupied 4 min. 8r sees., and credited Mr.
Dobell with ;f 2,265. ^^ 1^95* the time of
Captain Machell's Kilsallagan was 4 min.
5^ sees. , and the race on this occasion was
On May 3rd the Right Hon. Sir
Archibald Levin Smith was elected presi-
dent of the Marylebone Cricket Club in
succession to the Hon. Alfred Lyttelton,
M.P. The right hon. gentleman is a Lord
Justice of Appeal. When at Cambridge he Purchase Prednisolone Online
was a distinguished oarsman, rowing No. 4
in the losing Cambridge crew of Cheap Prednisolone 1857, and
also in the following year, when he occu-
pied the second thwart in the Purchase Prednisolone victorious
Doat. In 1859 he figured as No. 3 in the
memorable race Mrhen the Cambridge
craft was upset.
Messrs. Tattersall held their Buy Prednisolone annual
sale of foxhounds on May 5ih at Rugby.
Excellent prices were realised. The sale
included the whole of the Avon Vale
Foxhounds, the thirty-five couples selling
for 406 gs., or nearly I2 gs. a couple.
I^ord Bathurst's draft of seventeen couples
brought an average of nearly 10 gs. The
pick of the sale were ihe four couples of
entered hounds, sent by Mr. Harrison,
late master of the East Galway, which sold
for 159 gs. Of these Mr. Dunwaters pur-
chased two couples of three season bitches
for 81 gs., and the same gentleman Prednisolone Price bought
one of the best lots of the Avon Vale.
One couple ot dc^ hounds from the East
Gal way, viz.. Victory and Tartar, brought
no less than 58 gs., though Victory was
put down as a five-season hunter.
Mr. Michael Widger died on May 6th
at his residence. Manor House, Waterford,
BAILY S MAGAZINE.
after a brief illness. Mr. Widger was the
eldest of the brothers who ^ have been
identified with racing for many years, and
the Victory of Wild Man from Borneo in
the Grand National of 1895 may be men-
tioned as Prednisolone Cost one of their greatest successes.
The race from London to Brighton
organised bv the South London Harriers
on May 6th, was very successful. The
winner, F. D. Randall, Finchley Har-
riers, covered the distance in 6 hrs.
58 min. 18 sees., W. Saward, of the
Essex Beagles, being second, in 7 hrs.
17 min. 50 sees. This is the first race of
50 miles or more since J. £. Dixon estab-
lished the existing record of 6 hrs. 18 min.
26 sees, at Balham in 1885.
The death of Mr. Prednisolone Mg Tom Nickalls occurred
at his residence, Pattison Court, Redhill,
on May loth, at the age of seventy-one
years. Mr. Nickalls was for many years
Master Order Prednisolone of the Surrey Slaghounds, which
he took over in 1878. Himself a sculler
of some celebrity, as far back as 1856, Mr.
Nickalls was the father of the two famous
rowing men, Vivian and Guy.
Mr. H. L. Raphael died suddenly at
Newmarket on May nth at the age of
seventy years. Although Mr. Raphael
only registered his colours in 1896 they
were soon carried to the front by Amurath
by Janissary out of Ladykin.
Mr. W. Cooper's Newhaven II., winner
of the City and Suburban (about one mile
and a quarter), covered the course in
3 min. 18 sees., the value of the stakes
being 1,665 ^^^^ ^^ 1898, when Mr. L.
Brassey's Bay Ronald (5 yrs., 8st.), was
successful, the time was 2 min. 9^ sees. ;
in 1897 the Duke of Devonshire's Balsamo
(4 yrs., 7 St. 4 lbs.)» covered the course in
2 min. 14 sees. ; and in 1896, on the oc-
casion of Mr. Barnaro's Worcester (6 yrs.,
8 St. 12 lb.) winning, the time taken was
2 min. 1 1 sees., the stakes amounting on
each occasion to /,i,665. In .1895 Mr.
T. Cannon's Reminder (4 yrs., 8st. 9lb.),
covered the course in 2 min. xoj sees.,
and credited his owner with ;f 1,435.
The famous old brood mare, Lily Agnes,
dam of Ormonde, having recently become
very infirm, has been destroyed at the
Eaton Stud, of which establi^mcfit, sajs
the Sportsman, she was for many years the
^eatest ornament. Bred by Mr. Soanj
m 1871, Lily Agnes went thitw^ Iser tvo-
year-old season without tasting defeat, and
as a three-year-old, she won seven events
out of ten, including such prizes as t!be
Northumberland Plate and the DcMMaster
Cup. As a four-year-old Lily Agnes, voa
eignt races, among them the Great Ebor
Handicap, and in 1876 she scared twice,
leaving off a winner. Alt(^ether she was
victorious in 21 races out of 32.
She then went to the stud, and after pro-
ducing two foals she passed out of Mr.
Snarrys possession into that of the Duke
of Westminster. In her new Order Prednisolone Online home she
had ten foals, of whom incomparaUy the
greatest was Ormonde. Her complete
stud record is appended : — Bred by Mr.
Snarry. 1878.— Ch. c Narcissus, by
Speculum. 1879. — Missed to Blue Gown.
1080. — B. f. Eastern Lily, by Speculum.
Bred by the Duke of Westminster. 1881.
Ch. c. Rossington, by Doncaster. 1882.
Ch. f. Farewell, by Doncaster. 1883. —
B. c Ormonde, by Bend Or. 18S4. — B.
f. Welfare, by Doncaster. 18S5. — Ch. c
Ossory, by Bend Or. 1886.— R £1 Flem^ Prednisolone Tablets
de Lys, by Bend Or. 1887. B. f. On»-
ment, by Bend Or. 1888.— Missed to
Bend Or. 1889.— B. c. Arklow, by Bend
Or. 1890. — Barren. 1891. — Barren.
1892. —Ch. c Orelio, by Bend Or.
1893. — Slipped foal to Bend Or. 1894. —
Ch. c. Orelio, by Bend Or. 1895. — Not
covered the previous season. 1896. — Not
covered the previous season. 1897. —
Barren to Grey Leg. 1898. — ^Not covered
the previous season. Died in 1894.
Captain T. £. Harrison, who has been
master of the East Galway Hoonds for
five seasons, was recently Buy Cheap Prednisolone the recipient of
a handsome presentation from the lady mem-
bers of the Hunt. The testimonial took the
form of a massive silver cup, standing
eighteen inches high, and bears the follow-
ing inscription : — " Presentol to Captain T.
£. Harrison, on the occasion of his resigna-
tion of the Mastership of the East Prednisolone Online Galwmy
Hunt, by some of the lady followers.**
DERBY. — Spring Meeting.
April 14th. — The Doveridge Handicap
Stakesof 562 sovs. ; the Straight Mile.
Mr. H. F. Clayton's b. m. Kendal
Queen, by Kendal — Toumure,
aged, 7st. 9lb Luke i