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Auctioneers, Commissio Alfred Har A UCTIONEER, YAI MISSION AGEN' Land Sales, Sales of Stock Furniture and Effects, and General Pi WEEKLY SALE every I 1“ o’clock sharp, coam Yards with HO. LAND SALES, IN TH REQUIREI

AB. INGR A-M, M.E.L.0.M., , Architect and Engineer. Bridges, Water and other Engineering Work superintended in town or country. Villas, etc., etc., Planned on improved principle's. 4 Consideration— 2£ per cent. Address : BURNETT STREET, ASHBURTOR, Next Mail Office. 949 d

c. E. FOOKS AND SONS, Architects, Cim Engineers, Valuators, Licensed Surveyors, and Land Brokers, THE TRIANGLE, WAKANUI ROAD, Ashburton.

' W. H. BRISTOW, Authorised and licensed surveyor, Ford and Newton’s Buildings, next Selwyn 'County Council Office, HEREFORD STREET. Syid

Sporting. & HUNT CLUB STEEF * To ho held on RACECOURSE, ASH THURSDAY, 10th Al President —Mr E. G. Yi Judge— Mr H. T. Winter. Coarse—Mr M. Winter. Scales—Mr J. C. Bell. W. Simpson. Handicappi Stitt, H. T. Winter, am Stewards — Messrs H. T Stitt, S. Saunders, W. B G. Crisp, W. Simpson, am The first race to start t L The Hunt Club Cup (H 15 sovs; nomination, ance, 1 sov, to go to th Two mdes. 2. Maiden Steeplechase plate value 10 sovs; i nomination, 1 sov ; i have never started ii race otherwise than One mile and a half. 3. Fabmebs’ Steeplechas for a piece of plate nomination, 10s 6d ; fid. One mile and a ! A Tally-Ho Cup (Band sovs; nomination, 1( ance, 10a fid. Horses members who have r ridden in an adverli mile and a half. 6.* Consolation Steeple cap), for a piece of pli nomination, 10s fid; fid. For all beaten meeting. One mile i 6. A Dead Hunt rftund t coarse, will take plat sion of the races. Rules. All nominations must the Secretary at Quill’s than 9 p.m., on TUESD 1882. Weights for Hunt ( published on SATUBDC 1882; : and acceptances : Secretary not later tin TUESDAY, Bth August, for all other Handicaps ' on the day of. the races, must be made fifteen starting. All horses to be firstly, members of the Ashburtc dub; ’secondly,. ridden the Club, who have reguli the A. G: H. C. Hounds ; been fairly hunted three A- 0. Hi. 0. Hounds duri The .meeting to be urn ment of the Stewards, ai on all points affecting final. J. LLOYD Cl jlll

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 700, 28 July 1882

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