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ACTIVITY AT BLUE BONNETS. Montreal. Qae., September — From now on thing-; at Bine Bonnets will take on an appearam t activity. The horses have already commenced to arrive and are bi ing worked over a track that is in nearly perfect condition. The horses of J. K. Seagram, president of the Canadian Raring Associations, were the first of the Canadian contingent to arrive and have already been galloped over the track. Seismic is said to lie in better condition than at any time during this season. The Montreal Jockey Club has taken special pains to look alter the horsemen who raced with them in previous years. Ample accomnio-datlons have been reserved for the horses now racing at Windsor, while newcomers from New York have also been allotted stabling. This meeting promises to be the most successful ill the history of the club. There will be a big shipment of horses from Windsor Bl the riostag of that meeting: virtually alt of the horses that raced here in the spring will be back this fall.