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MOUKT SOMDES' & ( M?BTHVB» ROYAL MAIL COACH. On and after Janaat> I it, 1885, the mdoraigi-ed vrlll run a Oo»eh each Mon. day, Wednesday and Saturday, starting at uooc fzom Hood's Hotel, Mount Somera. 1,01 Spffingbuin and Alford Foiest, there jonneetlng wtthDuff'n Oofionfiom Mathven .♦stairning same evening. Fmou— Spring. 3n»n, Sa, satasn, Si ; Alfoid Fo*ert, 1 iretcrn, 6«. . - , .. *** ;• : . T, WtX BLAJ\(JAKD'B : IODIDK OF IRON p| | T q " \ PPBOVBD by the Academy ot H&ieine -pL._°J PRri», areopeciaUyretommenaedby the Medicai CJelebritiea of. the World for Scrofula (Tumors, King's Evil, etc), tba eaily itageaof Oonauinption, Oonitltational Weajfr -new, Poorness of Blood, and for. etiianlatlnir aa<t .regelating its periodic coarße. Horn gen to P B^ e " * d " Blanoa * d « *°t we Boon* Sold by Dngginti «nd Obeamc chrongiumc thn Colonies. *•«•■• :'. _ ■ ■•3* • '.; ; sponing /. ■ vf. ISHBDRTON RACISG¥mB. SPKING icEETINdJ.' mnnii mb mma OCTOBER i6th and 17TH, 1883 President— E. G. Wright. Vice-Prrsi. dent— John Grigg. . . Judge— M. Stitt. Stewards— M. Stitt, C. W. Purnell, D. Thomas, E. G. Crisp, W. B. Denshire Hugo Fried'ander, J, C. N. Grigg. T. Leahy, W. Lytteltbn, E. Saunder*. Treasurer— D. Thomas. Clerk of Scales —R. Friedlander. Clerk of Course— A. Hewson. Handicappers— E. G. Crisp, W. B;, Denshire, and T LEAHY4 Startjir— D. Thomas. y First Race each d*y to start at I p,ni« PROGRAMME ; : First DaV. : !:, 1— Handicap Hurdle Race, of 40 sovs,the second horse to receive 5 sovs from the stakes. Two miles. Over eight flights of hurdles, about 3ft 6in high.,. Nomi. nation, 1 sov ; '■ acceptance," 1 sov. 2— Maiden Plate, of 20 sovs. For district horses, three years oM and upwards, ■ which have never' won; an advertised race. Weight for age. One mile. Entry 1 sov. 3— Ashburton Cup Handicap, of 70 sovs; the second horse to receive 5 sovs from the stakes. One mile and a-half. Nomination \% sov,; acceptance, X sov. 4— WINDKRMERE HANDICAP, of 2.5 SOVS ; the second horse to receive 5 sovs from the >" stakes. District hcrses only.' •* Three^^ J ~ quaiters of a mile. Nomination, 15s; acceptance, ios. s— Novel Race, of 25 sovs. The winner to be sold by auction immediately after the race, and the whole of the proceeds to go to the funds of the Club. Weight <Sst, any overweight to be declared. Half a mile. Entry ios. 6— Spring Plandicap, of 30 sovs ; the second horse to receive 5 sovs from the stakes; Winner of Ashburton Cup to carry 7lb penalty. One mile. Nomination 1 sot ac-eptance, ios. 7— District Welter Handicap, v of 25 sovs ; the second horse to receive 5 sova from the stakes. District horses only One mile and a quarter. Nomination, 15s ; acceptance, ios. Second Day. i i— County Hurdle Race Handicap, o| 35 sovs j the second horse to receive 5 sovs from the stakes. District horses only. One mile and a half. Over 6 flights of hurdles about 3ft: 6in; high. I domination, 1 sov ; acceptance, "15s. 2— Ashburton Racing Club Handicap, of 50 sovs 5 the second horse to receive 5 sovs from the stakes; One mile and a quarter. Nomination, 1 sov, ac« • ceptance, I sov. 3— Disposal Stakes, of 30 sovs; the winner to be sold by auction immediately after the race, and the whole of the proceeds to go to the funds of the Club, Weight, Bst, any overweight to be declared. Three quarters of a mile. Entry, ios. 4— Welter Handicap, of 35 sovs; the second horse to receive 5 sovs from the stakes. Minimum weight, Qst. One mile and a half. Nomination, I sov j acceptance, 15s. 5— Flying Handicap, of 30 sovs; the second horse to receive 5 sovs from the stakes. Five furlongs. Nomination, 1 sov ; acceptance, 103. 6— County Plate Handicap, -of 30 sova j the second horse to receive 5 sovs from the stakes. District horses only. One mile. Nomination, 1 sov ; acceptance, ios. , * The Committee reserve the right to add a Consolation or other race, conditions to be in accordance with the Rules of Racing. RULES AND REGULATIONS. 1. The meeting: will be held under the Rules of Racing. [ 2. No entry will be received except on the conditions that all claims, disputes, and objections arising out of the racing shall be decided by the Stewards or whom they may appoint. The'r decision on all points con« nected with the carrying out of this programme shall be final. 3. A district horse shall mean any horse that has been commonly resident in the district between the rivers Selwyn and Opihi, from July 20th, 1889, and up to the date ol the meeting, and owned by a person who has resided in the said district duriDg the sarar period. 4. Five per cent will be deducted from the gross of all moneys payable in accordance with this programme for the expenses of the course. 5. All nomination and acceptance fees ta go to the funds of the Club. NOMINATIONS. Nominations for all Handicaps, accottt* panied by fee, name, age, description, and per* jotmancts of horse, and colors of rider must be in writing and in the hands of the Secre«v tary, Commercial Hote l , Ashburton, not later than 9 p.m. on Saturday, September 28th, 18S9. HANDICAPS. Handicaps for the first days races will be published on or about October 7th. Handr* caps for the second day's races will be pub. lished at or about 8 o'clock the evening of the first day's racing, ACCEPTANCES ANd'eNTRIES, Acceptances for the first day's Handicap* and Entries for the Maiden Plate and Nove Race must be in the hands of the Secretary not later than 9 p.m. on Saturday, October 12th. ibß9. Acceptances for the second day"* handicaps and Entries /or the Disposal Stak» it 10 o'clock in the evening of the first aay races} i G, BISSBT, .^ l.i Secretary,

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2223, 11 September 1889

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