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CM. ROYAL MA COAOB. On -adtfe j lca „j li 4 i 385 tfc , 4 tf, Wooawdey and Saturday, ■tirtfna At aooi from Hood'i Hotel, Moq'n' s«2i* far Bptlngbuu and Alioed Fo.ctt, to« connectiogif:thDafl'BOo«ohtioia Matbrta ratatning itaoo e^fi^ag; Fiwei—Bprln/ ours, 2.), vetwrn, 8a "j Alfcvd Farmft. J ro rsn, Cr. 1 g? T, HUE, • r&tt MIRROR*" A HIGH - CLASS Week Sootal, Politic;], Literary, and Dramatic paper, to bo published every. FRIDAY, prios 3d, hy the Ocntcnial Printing and pabllshiag Company, Limited, I*felboarnc place, Kueisel Street, Melbonrne Sporting. isHMntm_jJLciift aui.. AUTUMN MEETING. TO be held on the Ashburton Racecourse on Wednesday and Ttoday, iPEIL 23rd and 24th, 1890 President—E. G. Wright. Vice-'Prfsi* dent—John Grigg. Judge - Matthew Siitt. Stewards—C. 'W. Purnell, E. G. Crisp, W. B. Denshuk, Hugo Friedlanper, J C. N. Grigg, T. Leahy, W. Lyttei/ton, E. Saundrrs, M. Ptitt and D. Thomas. Treasurer— D ivid Thomas. Clerk of *■ cales—R. Friedlander. Clerk of Course—A. Hews m Handicapper—J. Cresswell. Starter ' —David 1 iiomas. PROG R"A M M B. {Appi oved by the Committee of the Cahterbur Jocltey Club. Firstiace each day to starlat i p"m; FIRST DAY. .—HURDLE RACE HANDICAP, 0/45 soys j record horse to leceive 5 soys from the stake. Two nvlcs. Over eight flights o' hurd'es about 3ft 6in high. Nomiaalior I soy ; ncoeptance, 1 so». 2.— LONGBEACH PLATE, of 25 soys; second htfr c to receive 5 soys from the stake. District hors-s only For three-year-r>l(!s ard upwards. Weight foi age. \Mnners sirce August isf:, 1889, of auy race or races (f-xclu'hrig selling races) of the individul or col'ective value pf to carry 4'b extra ; of ,£4O, 7lb extra ; of iolbext-a; of 01 upwards, i^Jb extra. Maidsrs having st'rted twice or o rte er al'owed—lhre;-year-olds 7lbs ; four-year-old< and uv wards, iolbs. Pennl ies an<l a^owancfs to be calculated - to time of starting. One mile. Entrance 1 so?. 3.—ASHBURTON AUTOMN HANDICAP of 60 s. vs; second hone to receive 5 soys from tie stake. One n.ile and a half. Nomination, I'^sov; acceptance, I .coy. . 4.—NOVFL HACE, of 25 soys; The' , winner to be sold by auction immediately cfter the the r cc, the wh le of the prcfi cecds to go to the fu ds of the Club Weight, iist, any ovciweight to-be de« clareH. Half ainile Entrance, 10s. S.—DISTRICT WBIT R HANDICAPof 30 soys; cecond horse to receive 5 soys from the stake. , District horses only One mile and a half. Nomination, 5s I ace p'ance, is*. 6.—FLYING HAKDICAP, of 30 sovso. second horse to receive 5 soys frm the stake. Three-quarters of a mile. Norm nation, 153 ; acceptance, 15s, SECOND DAY. I.—COUNTY HURDLE RACE HANDI CAP, of 35 soys ; second horse to receiv 5 soys from the etake. District horses only, One wile and a half. Over six flights of hurdles about 3ft 6in high. - Nomination, 15s; acceptance, i;s. 2.—GRAND STAND HANDICAP, of 50 soys ; second horse to receive 5 soys from the stake. Cne mile aid a quarter. Norai* nation 1 soy ; acceptance 1 sovl ;.—WAKANUIHANDICAP, of 30 soys second horse to receive 5 soys from the stake. Distiic horses only. One milei Nomination, I* ; acceptance, 15s' t — DISPOSAL S AXES, of 30 soys. The winner to be soM by auction immediately after the race, the whole of the proceeds to go to the funds of the Club. Weight, Bsl, any overweight to be de* . dared. Three-quarters of a mile. Entrance, ros. S.—OPEN WELTER HANDICAP, bfjS soys; second horse to receive 5 soys from the stake. The winner of the Grand Sta. d Handicap to carry iolbs penalty. One mile. Nomination, 15s; accent ance, 15s. 6.—HARVEST HANDICAP, of 33 *ovs second hor c to receive 5 soys from th stike. Di-trict horses only. Thewinoe cf the Wakanui Handicap to carry 7lb pena'ty. Three-quarters of a mile Nomination, 15s; acceptancs, ijs, RULES AND REGULATt'ONS. 1 The meeting will be held under the Rules of Racing, 2 No entry will be received except on the condition that all claims, disputes, and ob» jections aisin^ out of the rac'ng shall be decided by the Stewards or whom they may appoint. Their decision en all points con-necte-i with the carrying out of this programme shall be final, 3 A district horse shall mem any horse that has been commonly resident in the district between tbe rivers Selwyn and Waitaki frem Jatiuarr 1 1890, and up to the date of the meeting, and owned 1 y a person who has esided in the said district during the same eriod. 4 Owners are r.sponsible for the proper weight being carried in the Longbeach Plate, and at the time of entry must noti'y to the Secre'ary what penalties or allowances are up to that time accrued or claimed. 5. Five per cert, will be^de ducted from'the gross of all moneys payable in accordance with h:s programme for the expen-es of the course. 6. All nomination, acceptance, and entrance fees to go to the funds o.' the Club. NOMINATIONS, ' Nominations for a'l Handicap, atcombanied by fee, name, pedigree, a%e, description^ and' "■ • performances of horse, and« olours ff rider, must be in writing, and in the hands of the Secretary not later than 9 p.m. on SATURDAY, Apri *'v WEIGHTS. Handicaps fcr the. first day's races will be. pub!sled en or about Ap il 18111. Handicap« lor the second, day's r.ices will be published at or about 8 o'clock in tb.3 evening the first day's racing. ACCEPTANCES AND ENTRIES . " Acceptances for the first day's Handicaps and .Entries for the Longbeach Plnte and Nov^l Race, must be in the hinds of the Secretaiy uot later than 9 p.m on MONDAY, Aj ril 21st, 1890; acceptances for the Jeccnd diy's Handicaps and Entries fo the Disposal Stakes not later than 10 o'clock in the evening of the first day's races, C BISSET, i> : becrtttfj ,

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2399, 12 April 1890

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2399, 12 April 1890

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