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ASHBURTON-RAKAIA V ASBURTON ROVERS.

A face ! lou4 correspondent forwards to as for publication tho following remarks anent a forthcoming matoh : — •• T»a final b?tweeu the above Olubs takes placa on the Domain ou Wednesday next a'. 3 30 p.m. We have boen asked to give ft luti. Infoi motion to tho plokod men, aud we keep up to the asking. Tho forwards need not wear socks if thay foel otherwise dlßpoaod, but cas'lron laggings »r_ 0 necessity, they will bo also alios el to carry shields, and aorewj ioks will ba found au advantage m the sorumn. Kid boots are barred, bnt .par* map be worn aooordlng to t»alo. The halves aad tbresquartors will be supplied with wool-hooks (for collaring purposes), whioh mu*t be ntarned to the Hon Seoretarles ( f aMvc) after the matoh. They oan wear running shoes without spikes, but half Wellington boots are recommended, beiog moro noat and workmanlike. The full-backs will ba supplied with lassoes and revolvers on application. All emergency men will be supplied with refreshments, Piayort aro asked to provide thoir own ooffl.s, aud undertakers will be on the scene of carnage No loqaeets will be tnld, and the maimed will be looked after by the Charitable Aid Board. N. B — Any surplus remnants will be sold by publio auotlon to the highest bidder.

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ASHBURTON-RAKAIA V ASBURTON ROVERS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2231, 20 September 1889

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ASHBURTON-RAKAIA V ASBURTON ROVERS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2231, 20 September 1889

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