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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF. J. A. Str-xle las shipped four of his horses to laurel, while Hie rest remain at Montreal for the October meeting at Mount Royal Park. Ihe st-i,;,. of W. A. Me-Kinncy will be shipped C Latonia from Mount Boyal Park. Mud Sill and Wovaiioko are- the mainstays of the siring. The management of the Mount Royal I ickey Club, the newest raeing enterprise at Montreal, will install tin- pari-mntuels for next seasons racing. A steeplechase coarse will be built tit once. Martin Katbanson, presiding judge and racing secretary of tin Mount Boyal track, has returned to ids home in Chicago from Montreal ami is devoting his attention to the preparation of a s4r of track rules for the Havana meeting of ihe coming winter, with which In- will be officially connected. The Boyal GradltS Stud, lie- raeing establishment ef the King of Prussia, is to have a new first Jockey next year, says Ueutscher Sport. Rastenls-rger having 1 n engaged to succeed Olejnik. Bastenberger won twe races on August 26 at lioppegarten, se-citing a race tier tw-yoar-oH fillies on Messrs. ven U/rinbergs Galatea, by Kels Grave and Cay. and a handicap on ihe Mydlinghwven SI nils llad-s.-har. by Diana Forget. A war tax on the receipts of Canadian racing organizations is advocated cdito-ially bj tin- Toronto Globe. Its i eellec-tioii wcenlel be easy ami no dlMihl Its impo ition would be submitted to Cheerfully. At tin- sa time there may be some stockholders w ho are sol discomforted in their minds by the re Me-.iin that it is mew too late to take a tax toll from the receipts of this year.