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NOTES OF THE TURF. S. C. Allen mi, I J. W. Hlalock have lionght Frank ilittinr and Illusion from L. McDouald at private Mia. The Conor Island Jockey Club is building an experimental stable at Sheepskead Ray constructed of 11 Incut. Coll -go Widow was so badly cut down in lor last ii.ee lh.it she will not be a starter in the ila«s, pays trainer lloag. two pew stables of twenty stalls each are being built at die Shc.psli.ad Ray truck. They are lo rated in Ihc rear of the James R. Keene stable. ; | I , I ] J. H. Brennan and D. MeDermott have arrived at Oakland from Boise. Idaho, with their Mai ft. Hi iiii 1 11 owns Cabin and Sinilhy Kane and Me-Dcnuotl has Stilicho and Iron Watson. Jesse Lewisohn has gone to Palm Beach for the winter, while Oscar is in London, where he will remain permanently. John Hylund. who is wintering Monojiolist for the latter, will also train the colt nc1 riason. Max Samaelaon, manager of Senorlta Slml, says that W. Harry Brown will not sell the properly this year at least. He is inclined to the opinion that If the Broomstick yearlings prove as good as they io k. Captain Brown may lie persuaded to race some of them himself. J. O. Keene says lie does not regret keeping Mansard in training, but gives the Santa Anita track the credit of rejuvenating the old gelding. Mansard early in the fall was so lame that Keene thougnt of retiring him, but now believes that the florist gelding will continue in good form during the rest of the winter racing.