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in, ! i»nmy|||in l«^!Oi'.«JlJlilUMU’.!.lg Paoiv .Notices. ;V. N jR' FRIDAY; the.lGth Instant,-being th Anniyersafy of ,tq§i Province, th? Geyew meu<Jfliyeft:ln. the-Canterbury Prqyincia DistiiotVexcepting i tbnPpstaird felegrapl Offices w$ he CLOSED on that day. ; ; : G, s. coopeb,,: .. u / Under-Secretary. ( orftiure’s Cfßco,., > lingt(m, I)en 9, : 1861. Sl6<3 -yrry LB -0 T I O NO diwr y/;/t !>— / -if ; : MrWason’S Committee reqneststbat all Accounts againatthem . be rendered by noon, on THURSDAY NEXT to the ' - astAf lir . p U ’Cleric to Committee. fftrr Local INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION. All Accounts due to the above mast be rendered toithei undersigned by noon on TUESDAY, the 13th insi. -b-hii’J , j S. E. POYNTZ, 31Q£ j 1 -iiL J.vVi- > Hon. Sec. TD-f----0 E. TO THE PARENTS AND RATEPAYERS OF THE WAKANUI DISTRICT. jllina of pR ..Public Meeting for Mon&j f haring been ’•o.'erred to me by the-Schcol-Oommit' ac-ißgrUpon advice, 1 now decline to inter-fei-AwbJhe uSbei i given by Bow d of|BdpcftNoa. luamcere thank dbe Schodk Coumitf pe>and:par!Bn;B : of the WakajotoTt)'s!;rict for the .friendly interest tbey-feive-'aVen in our welKhte. ) With' thendbsent of those signing the requisithee Meeting.' will' not be held on Monday, 12bh inst. 805® o JAMES;McLAUGHLTN. CATTLIN, StJ§RjQ N.DEN TIS T, Stfilfbe in Ashburtoqon TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, sod THURSDAY DOS. I*l at tire Bocoersel Hofei, to aWend to his for the test time this year. 300 d BONES.— Wanted .Xnown, that Mr Fi Mato, is a Cash PoßCHissii of Bones in aqy. quapliiyi.at £3 per too. Address, 'F. Mayo, Hampstead Bone Mills. ~ ,- f . .v: «840 XTPPBR ASHBURTON ROAD U BOARD. RATES. The Clerk , will attend .at Mr ,D. Williamson's Store to Collect Bates on Every Saturday, -from 12 o’clock; until 4 pan. No further nolice will he given. By order. ROBT. D. PULLAR, Clerk. Athletics, &c. ISLOW ANNUAL RACES AND SPORTS. MONDAY, JAN. 2, 1882. President, E. G. Wright, Esq., M.H.R. ; YicerPresident, .J. L. Carter, Esq. ; Judge of Hbweßaces; M. StittrEsq: ; Judge of Athletics, Jaa. Wilkie, Esq.; Starter for Horse Races, J. Carter, Eiq. ; Starter for Athletics,- W. Esq. ; -Clerk of the Course, A. Sturgeon, Esq. ; Clerk of the Scales', 0. P H. Jephson, Esq. ; Gbmniitteo—G. Janies, F. Lewis, F. WflKiunß(Tr«asurer), Ik D. Pnllar, -—Davidson; W. Hanks; W. Hicks, Pi'’.Commons, P. Journeaux, G. Grice, O. P. H. Jephson, W. Harris, Jjsß. Rogers (Secretary). O HORSE RACES. Handicap Hurdle Race; 1| miles, over sue flights of hurdles, 3ft. Gin, Nomination, 10s; acceptance, 10a. Prize, 12sovs. ~ ■ Winslow Cup (Handicap) ; 1$ miles. - Nomination, 1 Bov.; acceptance, 1 abv. First horse 20 sots., second horse to save his stakes. Trotting Race (Handicap); 2 miles. Npcdhstion, ;5a ; acceptance, ss. Prize, 5 sovs. Maiden Plata; 1 miles; weight for age; entry, 10s. Prize, 5 sovs. Consolation Race ; 1 mile ; entry, IQs. Apoys. :i ~l:.'ii-;' ■./BULBS.. - . - ■ I,'-’. L No one allowed to enter a horse un--1 a subscriber of half a guinea to the funds; should the .prize be £2O or rer, to subscribe one guinea. : - 2. All horsea to be owned in the County ree months prior to the races. 3. Three to start or no race. 4 Any horse who breaks in the Trotting ' >j>o turned round before ■ starting A No-protest ivill.be entertained unless be deposited with the. Secretary, which 1 be forfeited should the same, in the -jiinn of the Committee, prove frivolous. A No one allowed to train a horse on « course one week before the races, ider penalty of being disqualified. ATHLETIC SPORTS. 100 Yards Race : Ist prize, 40s ; 2nd prize, 205,:. Standing High Jump : Ist. prize, 40s; 2nd prize, 20s. Three-Legged Race, 150 yards: entry, 2s 6d ; Ist prize, IBs ; 2nd prize, ss. Men’s Hurdle Race, 440 yards, over six flights of hurdles, 3ft high : Ist prize, 40s ; 2nd, 20s. Sack Race, 150 yards : entry, Is; Ist prize, 15e ; 2nd prize, 6s. Running, High Jump ; Ist prize, 40s ; . 2nd pnze, 20a. One Mile Flat Race : Ist prize, 40s; 2nd prize,* 20& Eggaad Spoon Race, 160 yards, spoon to be ■ carried, in the teeth, hands in pocket: entry, la; Ist prize, 15s; 2nd prize, 6a VanUmg-wilh ;Pole entry, 2s; Ist prize, 20a ; 2nd prize, 10s. Single Women’s Race : entry fiee ; prize, goods to the value of 15s, gived by Messrs Strange and Fountain, Christchurch. 220 Yards-Flat Race: Ist prize, 40a ; 2nd prize, 20s. g. Running Long Jump : Ist prize, 40s; 2nd prize, 20s. Men's (over ‘4O years) Race : entry, free; prize, goods to the value of 16a, given by BaUantyne and Co., Christchucchj j; t ..t Gonsolation Raceentry, Is; Ist pruM^-gO*; 2nd prize, 10s. [Also of toys and usefn] wptbv given for children’s Sportc [ibeßMtp, R ATHLETIO SPORTS, allowed to compete unless i County three months prioi - start or no race. imoney forNoa. 1,2, 4 be 10 per cent. 01 7,11,. B, ROGERS, '-Pa - ; - 800. Sec,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 506, 12 December 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 506, 12 December 1881

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