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T. Bullock. FOR SALE—CHEAP. FOUR SECTIONS in one block—viz., 502, 503, 610, 511, situated in Tinwald. Small deposit cash : balance by instalments. I7IOR SALE OR TO LET, WITH A ? PURCHASING CLAUSE, 439 Acres, all fenced, and partly improved situated in Wakanui 266 ~ A compact Farm, all fenced, well-watered, and partly in English Grass. Improvements consistof acomfortable Five-roomed Cottage, Stable, Stockyard, &c., &c. 220 ~ All fenced, partly improved and well-watered. 360 ~ All fenced, and a portion of it in English Grass. 50 ~ Near the above, will be sold very cheap. 05 ~ About Three Miles from the Town of Ashburton. 150 ~ Near the above, and adjoining Mr. George Aston’s 290 ~ About Six Miles from Ash' burton. TOWN PROPERTIES. That Valuable TOWN SECTION, 159, Tancred Street, will be Sold very cheap, and on easy terms. 539, (part of) J of an acre, terms same as as above. 341, Kermode Street. 77 tt 37, (Lot) Mayo’s Block. 78, (Lot) with Dwelling-house of Seven Rooms, near the Parsonage, East Town Belt. TO LET, A Four-roomed COTTAGE, situated on the North Town Belt, opposite the High School Site. Commodious BOARDING-HOUSE in East Street. Shop and Office in East Street. That convenient SHOP, situated in the Triangle, Wakanui Road, now in the occupation of Mr. Lublow, tailor. SHOP or BOARDING-HOUSE, situated in Burnett Street, opposite the Mai Office, and lately in the occupation of Mr. Dufrates. Apply, 671c-186a T. BULLOCK Money. MONEY TO LEND. rPRUST MONEYS—£2,OOO, £4OO, and 8 £250. These sums are now ready for investment on real security, at current rates of interest. F. P. O’REILLY, 899c-226g Solicitor, Tancred street. Sporting. BURTON RACING CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, November, 17 and 18, 1880. FIRST DAY. 1. Handicap Hurdle Race of 50 sovs. Distance, 2 miles, over 8 flights of about 3ft. 6in. high hurdles. Nomination I sov.; acceptance 2 sovs. 2. District Handicap Hurdle Race of 20 sovs. Distance, 1 '/1 mile, over 6 flights o f about 3ft. 6in. high hurdles. Nomination 1 sov.; acceptance 1 sov. District horses only. 3. Ashburton Cup Handicap of 70 sovs., added to a sweepstake of $ sovs. each for acceptors. Nomination, 2 sovs.; acceptance, 2 sovs. 2 miles. 4. Ladies’ Purse, of 25 sovs.; welter weights for age ; gentleman riders, who must be members of the Ashburton Racing Club. Entrance 2 sovs. i l /i mile. District horses only. 5. Selling Hack Race, of 10 sovs. No weight under Sst. Winner to be sold by auction immediately after the race for A 2o > any surplus to go to the fund. Post entry, 1 sov. ; about IJ4 mile. SECOND DAY, x. County Steeplechase Handicap of 30 sovs. : over 2 miles of fair hunting country ; nomination I sov. ; acceptance 2 sovs. District horses only. 2. Racing Club Handicap, of 50 sovs. : nomination 2 sovs. ; acceptance 2 sovs. ; Weights to be declared at 9 p.m. on the evening of the first day’s racing ; i}.{ miles. 3. Farmers’ Plate of 30 sovs. : weight for age ; entrance 2 sovs. ; 1 mile. 4. Consolation Handicap of 20 sovs. ; for all horses beaten at this meeting ; nomination 1 sov. ; acceptance 2 sovs.; I mile. 5. Trotting Race (Handicap), of 15 sovs.: (Isthorse, 10 sovs; 2nd horse, 5 sovs.) Catch weights ; 3 miles ; nomination 10s. ; acceptance 1 sov. District horses only. Rules and Regulations. Qualification fee £2 2s. ; members of the Ashburton Racing Club free. No entry will be received for any of the races except on the condition that all disputes shall be decided by the Stewards, whose decisions in all cases shall be final. A district horse shall mean a horse which has been commonly resident in, and owned by a resident in the County previous to Sept. 1, 1880. and up to the date of the forthcoming meeting; provided always that any district horse shall not be disqualified from having run in his bona fide owner’s name in races outside the County during the above-mentioned term. Canterbury Jockey Club rules strictly adhered to unless otherwise specified. No protest will be entertained unless L2 2s be deposited, which will be forfeited should the protest, in the opinion of the Stewards, prove frivolous. All entries and nominations to be in the hands of the Secretary, addressed to Quill’s Commercial Hotel, not later than nine p.m. on Tuesday, November 2nd. Weights will be published on Saturday, November 13th. Acceptances and Sweeps to be paid to the Secretary not later than nine p.m. on the night of Monday, November 15th. All entries to be sealed and addressed to the Secretary, Ashburton, enclosing entrance fees, name and age of horse, and colors of the rider. Any jockey riding in other than his declared colors will be fined one sovereign. ! Horses walking over will receive only half the stakes. JAMES WILKIE, 2750 Hon. Sec Business Notices. WM. ANDERSON, SADDLER AND HARNESS MAKER, Ashburton, HAS always in STOCK a complete assortment of every description of Saddlery, Harness, Whips, Saddlers’ Ironmongery, &c., imported direct from England. Goods to order manufactured on the premises of the best Materials, and at the lowest rates 11 NOTEPAPER, ENVELOPES, NOTEPAPER.—The cheapest ever offered in Ashburton, at the Herald Office, Wholesale Stationery Depot, Saunders’ Buildings.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 164, 12 October 1880

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