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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF. The only arrivals at Woodliine sim-e last Maori are Qaaanab ami Waaaseag, the pronerty of Captain PreM of Ottawa, who was rneing at Hot Springs. Eleven foals are reported from Mr. Seagrams Waterloo Farm this season, with a remarkable ]irol rtion of eolts, all but two of the youngsters B being males. The Toronto Telegram says that "if the Wilcox raeing bill is ngnandhn] whereby the number of tracks to a certain extent will be influenced by the population of the place of their location, Toronto would undoubtedly be permitted to operate two. Montreal, so the reiwrt states, will have two. John A. Payne, general agent for Hartford Live Stock Insurance, was at the Lexington track last Saturday and delivered a check for 1917.sh,000 to John W. Schorr in payment of patten on his good three-year-old colt Spring Wheat, which died at Louisville. Ky., on April 17. Mr. Payne, whose office is In Cincinnati, gives hia personal attention to all Joaaea.