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Business, Notices ■A S H S T O R E. ' J. WARD & CO. desire to intimate to their friends and residents of Ashburton'and Surrounding Districts that they have OPENED a GENERAL STORE, .n the shop adjoining Mr R. Murray’s, East street. J., W. and Qo. intend to Sell at the lowest remunerative rates, and will, also be prepared to purchase Farm Produce at ruling prices. Every description of Grocery and General Merchandise in stock. Motto— ‘ ‘ Small Profits and Quick Returns.” , J. WARD & CO., 427 a / . J street Mi B E{R YARDS. rp i FRESH SUPPLIES of BOARDS and SCANTLI|W?S, Rusticating, Architraves, Skirtings, superior/ TotaPa Shingles, ; J .Well 1 Timber, Laths, Firewood,. &c;; to:hand daily at ,; ■ JIAYES’ TIMBER YARDS, < East street, Ashburton. N.B. —Orders can be delivered at any railway station on the main or branch .direct .from the' Mills, of any size, length* or .Quantity, ( , , 948 hotels. New Restaurant, MORTON’S HOTEL. High street, Christchurch. EORGE W. COLLINSON pi ■ ■ ' (From Carle’s) Proprietor. Luncheon from Twelve o’clock. 264 a Boarding Houses, &c. HlldT&E OF REMOVAL, the A 1 Restubant to the ECHO DINING ROOMS, East* Street, close to ; Lancaster’s Butchery, where a good Table will be kept, and the proprietor will be glad to welcome his old friends and customeis. Meals at dll Hours of the Day, at Is. each. Beds,; Is. : Good accommodation for Boarders and Travellers. Conducted by Mbs Truckle. 209 a „„ ALBERT BOARDING 4 J7'“IiOUSE, dose to the Railway Statibin,' (next to Cookson’s Stables). This odAibiddiorra hoiiiie contains '■ 40 rooms, convenience, j Good: -Table kept. . JEvery comfort of a home. Moderate Charges,. !! - ■"■••• - : v S. LUCAS, SlOa' 4 1 - ' ' Proprietor, The A 1 Restaurant. Phillip harper wishes to in tiraate Id his old Patrons, and the Public generally, that he has taken those GCpimodious Premises in Tanceed street known as the A 1 Restaurant, where SUPERIOR) ACGOMMQDATiONi can be obtained by all who favor him with a visit - r ‘. : ' ' Meals at all hours. h ■ Don’t forget the Address— P H.IJL LI P H. A RPE R, f»d / ■ JTaNCRBD STREET, AgHBURToW. ■' 886 Sporting; .Athletics, &c. Tinwiald Races Athletic Sports. E A9TE& MONDAY, ! APRIL 18t£, ADMISSION FREE. .Xun iHQRSE RACES. . Hurdle Race, £lo.— Distance, miles, over six flights ; weight, list. Entrance, £l. The Cup, £2O. —Second horse to save stake ; 2 miles ; weight-for-age. Enii -trance, £2-2s. Trotting Race (Handicap).—Two miles. Horse,£7 rß® c oncl, save itake.-' . Entrance, 10s. Hack Race,' £s. —For horses that have never won public money. Entrance, '■> m' ' -•■■■■■ ■ Consolation Race.— l mile. Entrance, 7 - ; 10s : (for all beaten hordes).—First prize, £5 ss. ... - , .■, . ; 'Entries will tie received in all the above races for district houses only. ; ' ’’ " ’-RtTLES. t No one be allowed to enter a horse unless a subscriber of half a guinea to the funds. Should the prize be £2O or over, to.sabjcribe one guinea. : 2. All norses to be owned in the country three months prior to, the race, ; , 3. Three horses to start or no race. 4. No protest will be entertained: unless £1 be deposited with the Secretary, which will be forfeited should the same, in the opinion of the . Committee, prove frivolous. ( , { t I 1. 10dAfaFes.-44 prize, AOs"; : 2fad, ; 15s. I Entrance, 2s 6d. 2. ;ThtfeehLegged Race;—lst prize, 15s; 2nd, ss. Entrance, Is. 3. 440 Yards. prize, :80s;; 2nd, 10s. Entrance, 2s Gd. 4. Long Jump.—lst prize, 20s ; 2nd, 10s. Entrance, 2s. 5. Hurdles (120yds).—1st prists, 40s ; 2nd, 15s. Entrance, 2s 6d. 6. Sack Race.—lst prize, 15s ; 2nd, ss. -Entrance; Is. 7. Mile Open Handicap.*—lst prize, 50s ; 2nd, Ehtratibe, is. . ) i 8. Running High. prize, 20s; T , 2nd, ,19s. Entrance, 25,, , ( m rm Mftimo Sports. , # three montns prior Three to start or no race. in the races. i addition, 38 and list.— ompetition by boys and children. 1 £ i'L-u-L H'i « / itrance money foirTinwald Cup and «ji .« .t 4Ew..j.. n -i.. fAI.Lt LA UU ; antedate. ■ .f-noJ-V j s iwVm ft A jr furfcher particulars apply to bwi '-Mi t i,..,.G.% ; J^PHSf)N, & Hon. Sed.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 307, 31 March 1881

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 307, 31 March 1881

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