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Sporting, Athletics, &c----rjTNSLOW ANNUALBACES AND V SPORTS. JANUARY Ist, 1881. President —E. G. Wright, Esq. VicePresident —J. Carter, Esq. Judge of Horse Paces —M. Stitt, Esq. Judge of Athletics—J. Scott, Esq. Starter for Horse Races— S. Saunders, Esq. Starter for Athletics Forster, Esq. Clerlcjpf the Course —J. H. Fowler, Esq. Clerk of the Scales Committee — J. Walker (Chairman), Jas. Scott, G. James, Forster, T. Williams (Treasurer), S. Saunders, H. Rainey, J. Cavanagh, T. Gourley, H. Bell, W. Sycamore, J. V/. Sycamore, J. B. Rogers (Hon. Secretary). HORSE RACES. Hurdle Race—lJ miles, over 6 flights of hurdles, 3ft. Gin. high ; weight, list. Entrance, 1 sov. ; prize, 10 sovs. Winslow Cup— lh miles; weight for age. Entrance, 2 sovs. ; Ist horse, 20 sovs. ; 2nd horse saves his stake. Trotting Race—2 miles; weight, lOst. Entrance, 10s ; prize, ssovs. 4. Hack Race —1 mile, catch weights. Entrance 10s. ; Ist prize. 5. Consolation Race—l mile ; entrance 10s. ; prize, ssovs. Rules—1. No one allowed to enter a horse unless a subscriber of half a guinea to the funds. Should the prize be £2O or over, to subscribe one guinea. 2. All horses to be owned in the County three months prior to the Races. 3. Three to start or no Race. 4. No horse to run in the Trotting or Hack Race that has won public money. No Protest will be entertained unless £1 be deposited with the Secretary, which will bo forfeited should the same, in the opinion of the Committee, prove frivolous. No one allowed to train ahorse on the Course one week before the Races, under a penalty of being disqualified. 0. ATHLETIC SPORTS. 1. 100 Yards Race, ent. 2/6 2. Standing High Jump, out. 2/ ... 3. Three-legged Race, 150 Yards, ent. 1/ 4. Hurdle Race, for men, 440 Yards, over 6 flights hurdles, 3 feet high, ent. 2/6... 5. Sack Race, 150 Yards, ent. 1/ 2 0 15 0 0 15 5 0 6. Running ent. 2 j .. 7. One-Mile ent. 2/6.. Egg and High Jump, Race, 1 0 10 0 Flat 2 0 15 0 8. 0 15 5 0 10 0 free. Spoon Race, (the spoon to be carried in the teeth, hands in pockets), 150 Yards, ent. 1/ 9. Vaulting with Pole, ent. 2/ .". 10. 10. Single Women’s Race, ent. Prize a pair of boots, given by Mr. C. Hawkins, Tinwald 11. Men’s 220 Yards Race, ent. 2/12. Running Long Jump, ent. 1/- ... 13. Men’s Race (over 40), ent. free. Prize a pair of trousers, given by J. Ballantyne and Co,, Christchurch. 14. Consolation Race, ent. 1/- 1 0 10 0 Also, a number of Toys and useful articles wil be given for Children’s Sports during the day. 1 10 10 0 10 7 6 Rules fok Athletic Sports—1. All competitors to bo resident in the County three months prior to the races. 2. Three to start or no race. The Committee will hold a final meeting on December 28th, at 8 p.ra. sharp. J. B. ROGERS, 778 Hon. Sec. Medical. 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You cannot overstate its great value in keeping the blood pure and free from disease. ENO versus STIMULANTS. —An nsufficient amount of exercise frequently deranges the liver. ENO’S FRUIT SALT is peculiarly adapted for any constitutional weakness of the liver, A world of woes is avoided by those who keep and use ENO’S FRUIT SAL!'. —“All our customers for Eno’s Salt would not be without it upon any consideration, they having received so much benefit from it. — Wood Brothers, Chemists, Jersey, IS7S.” Every travelling trunk and HOUSEHOLD in the world ought to ’contain a Bottle of ENO’S FRUIT SALT, prepared from Sound, Ripe Fruit, as a Healthgiving, Cooling, Sparkling, and Invigorating Beverage for any Season. It is the best Preventive and Cure for Biliousness, Sick Head ache, Skin Eruptions, Impure Bleed, Fevers, Pimples on the Face, Giddiness Feverishness, Mental Depression, Want of Appetite, Sourness of Stomach, Constipation, Vomiting, Thirst, &c., and to remove the effects of errors in Eating and Drinking. ENO’S FRUIT SALT.— From the. Rev. Dr Hurst, Vicar of Collorly ;—“I have used your Fruit Salt for many years, and have verified your statements. The thanks of the ■public are due to you for. your unceasing efforts to relieve suffering humanity. Long may you live to be a blessing to the world.” ENO’S FRUIT SALT.—“After suffering for nearly two and a half years from severe headache and disordered stomach, and after trying almost everything and spending much money without finding any benefit, I was recommended by a friend to try ENO’S FRUIT SALT, and before I had finish <1 one bottle I found it doing me a great deal of good, and now I am restored to iny usual health; and others I know that have tried it have not enjoyed such good health for years.—Yours most truly, Rolert Humphreys, Post Office, Barrasford.” Agents foe New Zealand, MESSRS. KEMPTHORNE, PROSSER AND CO.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 223, 22 December 1880

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 223, 22 December 1880

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