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Sporting. SHB.URTON COUNTY 'HUNT CLUB STEEPLECHASES, To ho held on the RACECOURSE, ASHBURTON, THURSDAY, 10th AUGUST, 1882. President —Mr E. G. Wright, M. H.R. Judge—Mr H. T. Winter. Clerk of the Course —Mr M. Winter. Clerk of the Scales—Mr J. C. Bell. Starter—Mr W. Simpson. Handicappers—Messrs M. Stitt, H. T. Winter, and S. Saunders. Stewards—Messrs H. T. Winter, M. Stitt, S. Saunders, W. B. Denshire, E. G. Crisp, W. Simpson, and J. C. Bell. ; The first race to start at 12 noon. 1. The Hunt Club Cur (lia-ecacau- value 'ls sovs ; nomination, 1 sov ; accep. anoe, 1 sov, to go to the second horse. Two miles. 2. Maiden Steeplechase, for a piece of plate value 10 suvs ; weight for age ; nomination, 1 sov ; for horses that •have never started in a,n advertised race otherwise than Hack Races. One mile and a half. 3. Farmers’ Steeplechase (Handicap), for a piece of plate value 10 sovs ; nomination, 10s 6d ; acceptance, 10s 6d. One mile, and a half. 4. Tally-Ho Cor (Handicap), value 10 sovs; nomination, 10s 6d ; acceptance, 10s 6d. Horses to be ridden by members who have never previously ridden in an advertised race. One mile and a half. 5. Consolation Steeplechase (Handicap), for a piece of plate value 7 sovs; nomination, 10s Gd ; acceptance, 10s 6d. For all beaten horses at the meeting. One mile and a half. G. A Duag Hunt round the Steeplechase course, will take place at the conclusion of .the races. Rules. All nominations must be lodged with the Secretary at Quill’s Hotel not later than 9 p.m., on TUESDAY, August 1, 1832. Weights for Hunt Club Cup will be published on SATURDAY, sth August, 1882 ; and acceptances must be made to Secretary not later than 9 p.m., on TUESDAY, Bth August, 1882. Weights for all other Handicaps will be declared on the day of the races, and acceptances must be’ made fifteen minutes before starting. 411 horses to be firstly, the properly of members of the Ashburton County Hunt Club ; secondly, ridden by members of the Club, who haye regularly hunted with the A. 0. H. O. Hounds ; thirdly, to have been fairly hunted three times with the A. C. H. 0. Hounds during this season. The meeting to be under the management of the Stewards, and their decision on all points affecting the races to be final. J. LLOYD CRAWLEY, jl 11 Hon. Sec. Business Notices. Mrs Hooper, D RESSMAKER, Cameron street West. All kinds of Plain Sewing. Kilting and Stitching. ■ Ladies’ Riding Habits and Boys’ Suits. Ladies wishing to make up their own 1 materials can have patterns cut and fitted at a moderate charge. jl 6

COAL. COAL. FIREWOOD. FIREWOOD, C. Jephson, OF TINWALD, Has Coal, Firewood, and Timber For Sale at Cheapest Rates ; also, an assortment of Nails, Screws, Bolts and Nuts, Locks of all Kinds, Hinges, Gates and Hurdles (in V.D.L. and blue gum), Galvanised iron, sft to 10ft lengths. Bluqstune, guaranteed quality ; Pure Copper Sulphate. TIMBER IN ALL SIZES. Kauri, Black Pine, Totara, Red Pine, and Hardwood. AGENT for McOallum and Co., of Oamaru and Invercargill; also for Mcllraith’s Celebrated Homebush Coal, Lime,. Bricks, Cement. C. JEPHSON, I Manager.

tinwald store, I\| Opposite the Railwaj* Shed. Opened June 18, 1881. Biggs and Reid, PROPRIETORS. B. and R. begs to inform their Farming friends and the public generally, that they have opened a GENERAL STORE, In Jones and Bradshaw’s old premises, opposite the Railway Shed, Tinwald, and solicit a share of the general patronCHEAP TEAS! TEAS! TEAS I Of the Best Blends, SUGARS ! SUGARS !! SUGARS If! At remarkably Low Prices. CLOTHING ! CLOTHING !! CLOTHING*! !! And HARDWARE ! HARDWARE !! HARDWARE !! ! At Prices not to be rubbed out. B. and R.’s Cart is now running daily in the outlying districts. BIGGS AND REID, 50c

H A N K S. Edward Cookson Thinks this a fitting opportunity to return his thanks to the residents of Ashburton and district, for the patronage extended to him during the past eight years, and also for the kindly sympathy he experienced at the time of the burning of his stables. That loss has now been made good, and he will be able to serve his patrons even better in the future than he has done in the past. 729 e mHRESHING BOOKS printed on the J shortest notice, at the Office of this Paper.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 695, 22 July 1882

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 695, 22 July 1882