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ZEALINDIA BOOTS The Grandest Wearing Boots Manufactured m the Colony. nPHESE BOOTS are now being Bent for 1 from Victoria, Queensland, t»nd New South Wales, by customers wHo have had them previously iv Rew Zealand. Some time a»o, a family who were re- - taruing to Yorkthire weie fiUed outwifh !• Zealandia" Boots, fey a large Storekeeper i and they wrote to way that their •' Zea landia" Pools canfed a deal of discussion m the Od Country," and they stoutly maintained that do finer wearing boots could be made m Kngland. Sinca w ting, thesa 0; lonista have returned to New Zealand, and have infoimed as that their boy wore a pair of tha «« DttPEND&BLEi", SCHOOL BOOTS while going Home ; all the time at Home ; while returning ; anid has since \s orn them at school for two months, and the Boots are perfect yet Evervottier pair gave equal satisfaction There is no greater economy than m buying " Zealandia " Boots, and remember that none are genuine unless branded on the sole The Zealandia Boot Store tuns tbie Brand, and every pair ib guaranteed. Has also the largest assortment of English Boots at all prices. : We sell at the lowett Dunedin and Chrietchurch prlceß, and we are never beaten All Goods marked m plein figures. ZEALANDIA BOOT STORE ASHBUBTO XT r Sporting \ IffININI JiOH OKI President — B. G. Wright. Vice-Presi-dent—John Grigg. Judge— Matthew StUt; Stewards— C W. Purnell, W. B. Denshire, Hugo Friedlaoder, W. M. Lyttelton, E. G. Crisp, J. C. N. Grigg, T.Leahy, J. M, Tweed, D. Thomas. Treasurer— David Thomas. Clerk of Scales— O. Digby. Clerk of Course — A. Hewson. Handicapper—G. Cutts. Starter— D. Thomas. AUTUMN~MEETING. iTHORSDAY 15d FRIDAY; MAY 9ih and 10th, 1889. PBOGrRAMME. FIRST D4Y. Handicap Hurdle Race, of 40 soys; second horse to receive 5 soys from the stake. Two miles, over eight flights of hwdles about 3ft 6in high, Nomination, 1 soy ; acceptance, I soy. % Wakanui Stakes Handicap, of 25 soys; second horse to receive 5 soys from the •stake. District horses only. One mile". Nomination, 15s ; acceptance, ios. 3. Ashburton Autumn Handicap, of 60 soys; second horse to receive 5 soys from the stake. One mile and a half. Nomination, \% soys ; acceptance, 1% sovsJ ... 4, Novel Race, of 25 soys. ■. The winner to be sold by auction immediately after the race, the whole of the proceeds to go to the funds of the Club. Weight, Bst, any cverweight to be declared, Haifa mile. Entrance, ios. 5 District Welter Handicap, of 30 soys ; second horse to receive 5 soys from the stake. District horses only. One mile and a half. Nomination, I soy ; accept* ance, ios. 61 Flying Handicap, of 30 soys ; second horse to receive 5 soys from the stake. Three-quarters of a mile. Nomination, I soy ; acceptance, ics. SEOOND DAY. County Hurdlb Race Handicap, of 30 soys ; second horse to receive 5 soys from the stake. District horses only. : One mile and a half, over six flightsof hurdles about 3ft 6in high. Nomination; I soy ; acceptance, ios. Disposal Stakes, of 30 soys. The winner to be sold by auction immediatel after the race, the whole of the proceeds '■■ o go to the funds of Ihe Club. Weight, Bst, any overweight to be declared. Three qtfcrters of a mile; Entrance, ios. Grand Stand Handicap, of 50 soys ; second horse to receive 5 eovs from the stake. One mile and a quarter. Nomination, Ij£ soys j acceptance/ r soy. ::s . ' r 4. Handicap Time Trot;- of ,20 soys. : District liprses : only; " Weight lost;*; TKree; miles* ■■'-- .Nommatiorij^ ,ios ; : .abcqjfei ance, -ios. ■ * ' r ~ '"-. ■ """ ' 5. Opjen Welter Handicap, of 35 soys; second horse to receive 5 soys from the stake. The winner of the Grand Stand I Handicap to carry 7lbs penalty. One - mile. Nomination, 1 soy; acceptance, 1 soy. <■ Harvest Handicap, of 25 soys ; second horsa to receive 5 soys from the stake. District horses only. Three quarters of a mile. Nomination, 15s ; acceptance, 10?. RULES AND REGULATIONS. The meeting will be held under the Rules of Racing ; the Trotting Race under the Rules of the Canterbury Trotting Association. No entry will be received except on the condition that all claims, disputes, and objections arising out of the racing shall be decided by the Stewards or whom they may appoint, Their decision on all points connected with the carrying out of this programme -shall be final. • - A district Horse shall mean any horse tha has been commonly resident m the distric between the rivers Selwyn and' Opihi, ; from February I lih, 1889, and vp > to the datepf the forthcoming^ meetitig^; and 'owned'- by aVjferson who has resided m the said district during the same period. '; . ; ufi Five per" cent "will te deducted from the gross of ali moneys payable m accordance with this programme for the expences of the cdnrse. AH nomination and acceptance fees to go to thefun^soflhe Club. The Stewards reserve to themselves the right to add a Consolation Race to the programme.,.. . . c " NOMINATIONS. Nominations for all Handicaps, including the TroWiog. Race, accompanied by fee; Maim, age, description, and performances of Horse,_ and colors of the rider must be m the hands of the Secretary not later than 9 p.m, on Saturday, April 27, 1889. WEIGHTS, Handicaps for the first: day's Races and Trotting Race, will be published on or ab'-ut May 3id. Handicaps for the second . day's Races will be published at 7 o'clock on the evening of the first day's racing. ACCEPTANCES AND ENTRIES. Acceptances for the first day's Handicaps and Entries for the Novel Race, must be m the hands of the Secretary not later than 9 p.m» on Monday 1 May 6th, 1889; acceptances for the second day's Handicaps and Entries for the Disposal Stakes, not later than 10 o'clock m the evening of the first day's racing. G. BISSET Secretary, I

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2112, 17 April 1889

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