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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Otto Torrell reports that Bengulose. which he purchased in Xew York a short time back, it-sick with fever and will not start for some time The outcry in Eng.and against abolishing the old Doncastcr Cup race and replacing it by an overnight handicap has borne fruit and the ancient fixture is to be restored. Laggnu. a horse owned by the Prince of Wales, won a sprint, race in Manitoba recently. There was an enthusiastic demonstration. The stakes amounted to ,250. I.aggan was imported from England. Important French racing is over until September. Then at Longohnmps. Paris, will be- run the big international Prix do PArc do Triomphe and the Prix-do touseil Municipal, which correspond to the English Cambridge and Cesarewitch. W. W. de la Bue. a Welsh turfman in a big way thirty years ago, died recently at Trayles, Pom- brokeshire. In 18S0 he owned and raced a fauiout horse named after his home, Trayles, which won the Gold Cup and Alexandra Plate at Ascot. The English Jockey Club iu June raised the price of the daily programs at Xewmarket from 12 to 25 cents. The newspapers and public howled at the profiteering .and the "race cards," as they aif-called in England, are now back at the old price.