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mmM& Undrill r Take this opportunity of informing ' , ihe, puWio of Ashburton.. and v . <•; : pointy thaj; ' their nW - wakbhouse; a^d Wobkshoph ■ ' ..U-SrtVttoW-te toll working order:; ' Sid replete with a Choice fitook of all NEW GOODS f : Sale i at lowest possible prices, consisting .-,-- - of all Designs In ' On their, pWt wifl be Trapting to induce ' their'tpatrbnsfo 1 support them m their » -a*w f .p»mließ, ! which will ■be v 'found: far 1 ■ tobre convenient and roomy than the Old . iifib.6pv ■ "• ' ■"" :? j_'_ •'■■.••.■■■ J : ' KOTB THI-ADDMJSS— *-.a <..- -■: i ■■■.' •%■■■--■■ ■ ■• -, TAKCEfeD STREET, ' ' OPPOSITE ABOAKBT ' :>■■:■.:■■ ■■;■■•* •' • • •-; feW| ..r:U('/'J ■.:/..' 3 J -■ "" TOBACCONIST, FISHING TAokLE ANJDTAKOTGOOD3 EMPOBIDM, AND HIIR DEESSHSG SALOONS •'.;- s j' ! i- '.,'.' EAST.^CfiiIET^ . . '' ' HAS maofi' pleasure In announcing that he has to arrive, ex "Aorangl, » Grand. Aisoirtmenl of Fancy Goods of ■ every deioHptlon, aod as he toast maker room f or U»*» he hti R1&-MARKKD ah : the and *nry item is. now obtalhfthl« at • very conildeisble Dlsoount. : "Spedal Arrangements made to Clubs.' - tsuge Stock of Fishing, Tackle, lnoludin^ .*.?"•: every t&hig requUUe for the Bport. ' Oricketlpg, Lawn Tennis, and «Footbf h .S£*teriali,- Meariobanm Pipes and TO- . ba.oqo.niflts Goods In Variety. ' iThe Hair ■ Dressing Depsrtment Is now ' ~\W charge of a ifirst-olais Tonsorlal Artist, : ind'totaeet the times the charge for hair «Htlng \% reduced to a nimble Sixpence. Ladles Hair worked up on the Premises •t shortest notice. Wigs on hire. | Note the Address-- j MONTGOMEBrS BUILDINGS, -. ■ l But Street, Aihbortcn. i; \ Fdx .'. ■■-. ■-■ ■•■ - T" r. y » ■ Bportlng. : ANNUAL MEETING TUESDAY, JANUARY isf, 1889. President— Mr D. McLean • Vice-Presidents^— Mefeni J. C. N. Grigg, and C. M. Strachey. ; Judges-Mr M. Stitt. Stewards — Messrs J. Begg, G. James, H. Fowler, M. Scott, C. Jephsqn, and F. Lewis. . Starier— Mr David Tqemas.^ . Treasurer— M r .M» Scott. Hah-di^M»pers---The Committee. Clerk of the • Gowse^-Mr B. Hanks; Clerk of the : Scales—Mr RJB.Jcft. ;. ' pirst Race to start at 13.30 p.m. „ PROGRAMMeI)F EVJBNTS; t. Handicap Hurdls-' Race, of 20 soys ; - .nomination, s ios ; acceptance, 10s. The' r - second horse to. receive 3 spvs out of the : stakef. Over six flights ofhurdles. about ' 3ft. 6in.' high. One mile and a half . 9i Maidbm Pijatk of 15 sots ; .entmnce, 15s; , , The second horse to receiye ai cots put of the state. .Weight for age. One mile 3. Tinwald Cup, of 30 soys ; nomination, . 'I'soy; acceptance, losi The second horse 1 to receiye 5 sOys out of the stake. . One nnlelandahtlf ' ■ 1. 4. .Handicap Time Trot, o£2o soys j nomination .103^.acceptance, ios.v ■ The second ' horse to receive 3 sots out of the stake. Weight not less than lost. ' Pull and go. About three miles 5$ Welter Handicap, -of 12 eovs j nomii natwn» zw; no acceptance. The second '„, -'. hoxse to receive 2, sots out of the stake. One mile '_ ' Handicap, of 15 sovsjnomina- - . . u° . tion, lc*;acceptahceV s»i • The- second hdrse to. receire , 2} says out of the stake: Six furlongs . [.. , . '7. NoyEi Race, .of 20 soys. Winner to be 1 sold by auction, and the whole of^ the froceeds to go to- the funds of the Club, ost -entry. Weight Bst up. Six furlongs 8. Consolation Handicap, of 10 soys; eatrancei ios: Six furlongs g, Hurry Scurry (if time permits), for all entrance • moneys entrance, 10s. For hoxseg .that haver never won public money, j Cafch weights. Half-mile* RULES AND ttEGULATIONS. ' I. ' The meeting will be held under the rules of racing. - 3. JSOentry will -be -received except on the ..conditions that -all claims, idisputes, and objectbnjL^nsing out o{ the racing, shall be decided ' 'by tfie'.StejTards, oxvwhpm, they may appoint - Tbcxr*y«cißioti'rfn aH pß!nu connected with the carrying out of this programme, to be final. . 3. The races are open to any horse, commonlyfcrejfdemy m the 'district; from the Ist October, isBB, to the v date of meeting, and ©Wbed ey'ai person who has resided m the r. aistx^f foTfthe^arae p«fiod.' t ": j.^^CJieilifetrict above' mehtidriea is bounded „ . <sa.t he-nprihbv the Selwyn : Riiet, and on the "" iputn jSjf jthe Pg^hi > . . . - ••- " 5^ Five per cent,, will.be deducted from the gross of all moneys payable m accordance with this programme, for the expenses of the course; 6. All nbrainattohHMid acceptance fees to tothe funds of the, Club, ' 7, Trotting J^ace.—rHorses mußt trot to the ' sa^faroonpf a Referee. ..: ■;,.i ... . - -NOMINATIONS' V Y :> No»inttions for ' Hurdles, Tinwald Cup, , .Trol^jFlying Handicap and Welter Handicap, '. aoqbmpanjedby, fee,' name, age, description ■ < f ia&djkrftffmances of horse, and colors of rider, tfattst be' m- the. i hands of the Secretary at '.-; Scottlfl HoteV Tinwald, not later than 9 p.m; 'fmSATIJIU?AY, December 15th, 1888 . WfeGHTS-u Weights will b^ posted about 7.30 p.m. on ■ the^tn December, and will be published on fte; 38ti, . Post cards with; weights will !» ppited to all nominators o fhorses ACCEPTANCES Acceptances for Handicaps and nominations for Maiden Plate must he m the hands of the Secretary/ at Scott s Hotel, Tinwald, not later •^••o o p,m, 29th December 1888 _ ' STEPHEN CtARK, ; fhfif li '---"' ' ' "" " '■" Hon.Scct'

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1995, 23 November 1888

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1995, 23 November 1888

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