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The English Derby, last Wednesday, was won "by " the Irish " colt* THgp, owned by W. Barnett, a &elf£st crain merchant, trained by Daw*son,'sid riâ den "by "Marshall,' the principar appren- tice of the stable bf the' Ans'iralían, Stanley Wooton! The favorite, íír. Jinks, never showed iip,'while the second fav- orite, Cragadour, after being third in- to the straight, faded out "

There were 23 starters, one pf these

in Kopi, afrer getting aiy&y 'twflly, eventually "fell and/ "^íppíeied " Üje course without" a rifler. ' Tpe' ripe was run in pelting, rain*. ' Hunter's Moon,

Gay Day, Beedsmouth, En Garde, and Le Vplieus were the most conspicuous for a mlle, when Trigp began ip as- sert himself. At Tattepham ' Corner, Trigo bad the lead and wpn by a length and a half from the Vigorously

ridden Walter Gay, with Brienz a couple of lengths off third, ând Hun-

ter's Moon fourth.

Mammoth amounts have been won in various sweeps On the race." The sole bolder of the Trigo ticket in {the Calcutta Sweep is a young bpökmakpr in South Africa, named Bramwell But- ler, who collects £124,000. Ip another Calcutta sweep Trigo was drawn by Mrs. Winifred Cole, a widow' ot an Indian banking official'at Bristol. The Walter Gay ticket was held by a re- cently married Leeds pnffitter, G. Brill, who after selling a loalf share for £3000. collects £36,009. "

In addition to recprd stakes of £12,000. the owner pf the Derby win- ner had a share In the Trigo ticket hit the Stock Exchange svèeP. securing £15,000 out pf £125.000. Miss Chap- man, a widow without children, living in Bournemouth, shares rfasii ujeptber Stock ' Exchange Trigo .ticket- /allan

Cann, a wealthy Nottingham manu-

facturer, buying for £300 a gharg'|n

one Stock Exchange ticket from a Re- lative of his .wife nets ÎfiO'vPjtt, which he says he will give ^wsy as be aoes most of his wealth.

An emu drive ls announced to (take place at Pindawa, near Canna, on Sat- urday the 22nd instant. Shooters are invited to attend and are promised a good day's sport. Incidentally they will be helping to exterminate a pest.