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J 1 ; I . ! , CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF. Fight yearlings purchased by Behcet -T. TfnlsVa at the Sheepshead Bay sales have been shipped to Kov Mar. Md. Seventeen yearlings owned by S. C. Lyne and C. W. Moore have been shipped back 10 Kentucky from Sheepshead Bay and probably "ill be resold nt Lexington. John I. Smith, who has been succeeded by A. .T. Goldsborougb as trainer for II. II. Hewitt, will remain in the laters employ and will go to Kentucky shortly to break a band of yearlings. J. Murphy, the only negro rider at the San Francisco course, was suspended for the remainder or the meeting by starter Stevens for trying to beat the barrier with Vespasian in the first race of la-t Monday. B. F. Carman has divided his stable and sent some horses to race- in Canada while the others arc at Belmont Park. Achivement has recovered from the bad tlesh wound received at Saratoga and may be a starter in the Fatality today. Lawrence A: Comsteck. of the Oakwood Stick Farm. California, are pleased with reports from New York that -ou- and daughters of Tim Payne and oilier sires belonging to them are winning many race-. Bey. frequent winner at Bono, and which ha- only won one race at the exposition meeting. was seed at the Oakwood place. Superintendent Maxwell of the track, who was formerly trainer lor the Ira, say- Bev was the best stretch-running two-yen old he ever had in his care. The origin of the Blue Bonnets tire !s unknown, but it is believed to l e incendiary. The stand, like all the other building-, vva- insured, and no direct lo-- will fall on the Montreal Jockey Club in that way. Crooks Brothers of Hamilton, who have the catering privileges at Blue Bonnets, as well as mast of the other Canadian tracks, will lie the heaviest sufferers. They lost several thousand dollars worth of supplies, on which there was no insurance. Within a compart ively short period three Montreal grandstands have been hurtled down, the others being those of the Montreal Baseball Club and the Shamrock I ar roast Club.