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Consultation. NEWS, £ 1,000 320 CASH PRIZES. EIGHTH GRAND HAMBURG DRAWING IS NOW OPEN. To a purchaser of 25 will be given gratis. From the undoubted popularity and great success these drawings have obtained throughout New Zealand the promoters are enabled to bring them before the public every two months. There is also the fact that all these {drawings have filled some time before the advertised date of closing, which has enabled the Company to pay the prizes in full. The eighth grand drawing for L 4,000 will close the end of April, and the ninth Hamburg drawing will open on the Ist of May. This eighth grand drawing will consist of 320 money prizes, amounting to L 4,000 subscribed by 8,000 members at 10s each. The various Money Prizes will be distributed as follows : 1 £3OO prize; 1 £2OO prize; 1 £IOO prize; 2 £SO prizes; 10 £3O prizes; 15 £25 prizes; 15 £2O prizes; 15 £l6 prizes ; 160 £lO prizes; 100 £5 prizes. Total amount, £4,000; 320 money prizes. To a purchaser of 25 programmes one will be given gratia. The grand principle of these Hamburg Drawings is that a purchaser of 25 programmes is guaranteed a prize, aad the chances are in favor of the investor drawing a large prize, as there are L2O large prizes to 100 small ones. To any investor of £2 the chances are only 6 to 1 against him drawing a prize, and the head prize or any other may be drawn by an investor of 10s. Read this carefully.—ln Boaz’s Grand Hamburg Drawings the greatest odds are only 25 to 1 against an investor of 10s drawing a prize. But carefully note the enormous odds against investors drawing a horse or cash prize in any of the horse consultations. The marbles are replaced for each drawing of the cash prizes, which gives the enormous odds against investors. This Company would simply ask investors to calculate the odds before placing their investmentsin any horse consultations; and this Company would not presume to tell the public that they have a number of chances and can win a number of prizes for a single investment of 10s. Note.—Prize winners whether winning large or small prizes are informed that their names will not be made public without their written consent.

This Bth grand drawing for £4,000 will take place under the aupei vision of a committee of eight subscribers, and the prizes will be paid over as early as possible after the drawing. Notice —Country cheques marked correct by Sank, only payable to a number, and Is added for exchange. Post-office orders preferred, made payable only to Boaz. Bank notes accepted. Two 2d stamps for reply and result. Registered letters and telegrams not received. ■ Name and address of applicant should bo plainly written. All letter" must (fee addressed Care Mr Mosely, Wholesale & Retail Tobacconist, Box 64 Post Office Dnned' <• 121136 Boa z, TVTOTHIiNG SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. ROBIN HOOD. Look at our Dunedin Cup and Great Autumn results First prize. Birthday Handicap, LI,OOO. First prize, Grand National, L3OO. Two races and eight classes cash bonds, Apply Early. DUNEDIN BIRTHDAY HANDICAP, To be run at Dunedin, May 25, It 85. NZ. GRAND NATIONAL, To be run at Christchurch, May 25, 1885. Will Close May 22. 8,000 members at 10s, About 220 prizes. Each ticket has ten chances, and can Uobtain a prize in each of ten drawings Birthday Handicap First Second ... 3°° Third.. ... IS° All others divided, about L2B each ... 400 Grand National. First L3OO Second ... 15° Third ... 75 All others divided, about L4O each ... 200 2 at 50 4 at 25 5 at 20 lo at 15 Ll,Bso 191 CASH BONDS. ... LIOO 10 at 10 ... ico 15 at 8 100 30 at 6 150 115 at S L 725 LIOO 120 180 575 L1.42S All applications exceeding advertised lumber of 8,000 will be allotted as Extra Dash Bonds of L 5 each (less usual comnission), instead of increasing value of existing prizss, and will bo called 9th •lass. We wish to be distinctly underitood that our drawings are always conlucted by a committee of shareholders, ind that representatives of the Press are ikewise present; and names and addresses »f principal winners are always sent ;hroughout New Zealand. From the lumber of people who inspect our books lay by day, and the correspondence we eoeive (and answer) relative to our drawngs, distribution of prizes, and our busiless generally, it seems almost superfluous ;o still tay “our books are always open 'or inspection;” yet such is the fact, and jur ever increasing business shows plainly :he result Please send two 2d stamps for reply and result. P.O. orders preferred. Is exchange on Cheques and Stamps. Coin and Notes must bo registered. Regis tered letters and telegrams received. Address —ROBIN HOOD, Care of Thos. Stapleton, Box 238, P. 0.. Christchurch. Or care of Jubal Fleming, Baths, Colombo st., Christchurch^ OUg^ 10.000 SOLD LAST BOTTLES J 3T WINTER USE DR ERNEST LOW’S Cherry Pectoral, A safe, pleasant, and reliable medicine for the cure of Colds, Coughs, and all Throat and Lung diseases. Sold all over the colonies by Chemists and Storekeepers in Is 6d and 2s 6d bottles. Wholesale Agents Habhis and Son, and Kbmpthoene, Prosser and Co. Christchurch : or to the proprietor, fl. CITRON, 6 1110 Akaroa. T ÜBOHAS^RS or OE r STS LANDS. FOB SALE—The NEW ZEALAND CROWN LANDS GUIDE for 1884. Pridn One Shilling. Apply. * “GUARDIAN WICK

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume V, Issue 1509, 9 April 1885

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume V, Issue 1509, 9 April 1885