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1 I 11 I a a ;, I 1 I1 Is 1 a at M s c r " 11 11 d t, "1 k of F rl 01 A A 01 of k w for " the NOTES OF THE TURF FROM ABROAD. ?1- or s, nj.r the right hand man of the late Miles IAnson. and who received the appoint-nient as clerk of the course at Rlpon, has accepted similar position with the Pieton race execiitlv.e-.. Frank Wootton has put on weight to an amazing extent the last week or two. It is onlv bv severe wasting that he can get down to 120 pounds, so it hardly likely that he will be riding much more this season, while in a few months time lie will be 140 pounds or over. Loudon Sporting Life of October 29. Alfred Pace, manager of the Jockey Club rooms Newmarket, expired suddenly in the mld-dav tra ill between Six Mile Bottom and Fulbourn Station, ou Saturday, October 25, from heart failure. He succeeded his father many years ago. and was much respected by the late and present king and all the nobility. He appeared to be quite well when leaving Newmarket and was on his way to see the Rugbv-match between Cambridge aud the Harlequins. Ernest Denton Tanner, of Lesith Lodge, Newmarket, was formally adopted by the East Cam bridgoshire Liberal Association as prospective candidate for the Newmarket Division on Saturday, October 25. Well known as a buyer of hlgh-prleeii bloodstock for the Argentine, he has also a racing stable and stud at Newmarket, He has been for. some long time a liberal supporter of every kind sport in the neighborhood and is very popular. Mr. Cox lias dropped his assumed name of Mr. Isurle in anticipation of tho Jockey Clubs new rule anent the abolition of assumed names and other owners are likely to follow his excellent example. short time since it was reported that the owner Aleppo, and the more famous Bayardo and Lem-liorg, intended to retire from racing, hut if that was correct he would hardly have given 000 guineas Minster View, after the three-year-old hail won Dnlhain Plate at Newmarket October 2S.