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CHARLES MILLARS ASPIRATIONS. Toronto, Out.. December 13. Lawyer Charles .Millar sneaks hopefully of the nine yearlings he has purchased from .Mrs. I.. A. Livingston, and which he lias pliieed In the hands of John Nixon to train. "I Have paid out a few thousand dollars in the past," he said yesterday, "for horses that never got to the post iu the Plate, aud now 1 think I have struck a more likely line. Out of the nine vourlings I have bought from Mrs. Livingston there ought to be something that will give me a run for mv limner. A good man will have them in charge, aiid nothing will be spared to get results. I am going to show my friend Giddlngs some live competition, 1 hope." The purchase by Mr. Millar involves all of the readings of Mrs. Livingstons Pout lac Farm at ColMiurg, with the exception of the iilly Vashnl. All were bred there, and are now eligible for all events for horses bred or owned in Ontario or the Dominion. Their breeding follows: Akeldaina, b. c, by Stanhope II. Athleen. Shrovetide, b. c, bv Stanhope II. Scotch Mist. Arbite. b. c, by Stanhope II. Adeline M. Fair Montague, b. c, by Stanhope II. Meadowley. Garish Sun. b. c, by Stanhope II. Ganymede. Tartarean, b. e, by Stanhope II. Tarletan. Kingbolt, b. f, by Bowling Urook Rings. ,. Stagger, b. f, by Bowling Brook Virginia Reel. Taps. b. f, by Stanhope II. Present Arms. Mr. .Millar has had designs on the Plate for some years, and was prepared to pay high if Mr. Giddings would set a price on either St. Bass or Hearts of Oaks in their years. John Nixon, the trainer. Has sent three Plate winners to the post in Shimonese, Parmer and Heresy, besides four second horses and three thirds. The youngsters have been brought up from Cobourg and are now quartered at Woodbine.