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TORONTO JOCKEY CLUB MEETING. Toronto, Out., November 1. The annual general meeting of shareholders of tin; Ontario Jockey Club was held at the companys office on Friday, November 1. Mr. Seagram, on taking lie chair, referred to the great loss the club had experienced in June by the death of their colleague, Mr. A. W. Mackenzie, and taid that tile Ontario Jockey Club might well be congratulated in having persuaded Mr. It. J. Chrl tie to join tin; board. In June of this year the dub exercised the option v-liich it held from the late Mr. Duggan on the property at Woodbines Iark and had purchased the fame. They also secured a farm of lot acres situated in Scarboro. Should they lie compelled in the future to leaves their present racecourses at Woodbine Iark they will haves this property to turn to In case of need. It was, lie saiel, a source of much congratulation to the elirecteirs that this On tario Jockey Club Cup, an open handicap at two mile" hnd a quarter, had been won by a Canadian bred horse, in fact, Canadian bred horses linished first ami second in the race, which demonstrated very clearly that we are breseeling a horses In Camilla Which" would both gallop and stay. The following were electee! directors: Jos. K. Sea gram, M. I., Waterloo, president; E. H. Osier, M. I , Toronto, first vice-president; Hon. Melvin .Tone", Toronto, secoml vice-president. Executive Committees: I. W. Alexander, It. J. Christie, Hon. J. S. Hendrie, Andrew Smith and Geo. W. Torrance, all of Toronto, with Andrew Smith as chairman.