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j i j ; a I * CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF In England the death i- announced at the age of ii ,,r a. .1. G insert, wiio f,., a time wa- private trainer to Mr. .1. Masker. Enlanda. by Turbine Moose, which won a aamber of races iii England for Mr. B. Weottea, recently dropped dead at Caulfield. Australia. Beeentty a certain trainer rare somewhat lengthy instructions to a jockey, who. at the clo-e. -aid. ill in an aside: "He-- given me orders 1 caat carry out iii fifteen minutes, and the race will be over in fifty -econds." London Sport -ma n. All the horses now racing under Kenneth Ear-rick in Cuba, with the exception of Fright, award by Mr. II. K. Knapp. and Bweel Music, owned by W. B. oe. will he -Id before the American racing season begins. Both yeang mares an- to he kept by their owners and sent to the stud. It appears as if the Hal Fair Dssslea t u if confederacy baa been dissolved. Be far no entries have bees made by Capt. Fan in any of the eastern stakes. Liilries for the horse- thai ran in tie Parr-Cosdea colors last year have been mxde by the Kedgwick Brakes and trainer William Garth.