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.11 ROYAL HA POACU. Oa Jana-rj lii, 1385, the «netorsrgusd fill sou & Ooach essh M&a. diy, Wednesday and Sattuda?, sttartin? at ooot fsosa Hood'g Hotel, Meant Somsn. | tot 3pr!sgbK» and AlforS Foreatr tb« I oonadcttog*JthDoff'i Oowhrrom Methre* MtarnJng sasso evening. Ftrefr—Spfta . rotTrr,?, &•„ . " - ---:::■•-;V T, HIX, • raffi MIKRUR,'-' A Ulan - CLASS Week SoeUl, ; Politic tl, Literary, and Dramitio paper, to be published every FRIDAY, price 33, by the Ocntenlal. Prlutlog and . publish tug Coropacy, L'mited, Melbourne plaoe, Koseel Street, Melbocrnu Sporting. . ; ASHBURTOSJRieiJfG CIUB. AUTUMN MEETING. TO be held on the Ashburton Racecourse on . * Wednesday and Thursday, iPRIL 23rd and 24th, 1890 President—E. G. Wright. Vice-Prfsi-rent—JohS Grigg. Judgk Matthew Stitt. Stewards—C. W. Purnell, F. G. Crisp, W. B. Denshub, Hugo Friedlander, J. C. N. Grigg, r. Leahy, W- Lyttelton, E. Saunders, M. Stitt ano D Thomas. Treasurer—David Thomas." Clerk of *• cvles—R. Friedlander. Clerk of Course—A. Hews -n Hanmcapper—J. Cresswell. Starter —David Thomas. PROG i"A M M B. (Apfloved by the Comm'ttce of the Canierbur Jockey Club. - First iace each day tt start at ipmi F RST DAY. —HURDLE RACE HANDICAP, of 45 soy.-i; je-.o"d h'use to iece'ves soys from the stake, Two nvlcs. Over eight flighti •oi hurd ts about 3fi 6ia higb. No.xiaatior I soy ; acceptance, I sb". 2.—LONGBEACH PLATE, cf 25 soys; second hor c to receive 5 soys from the . stake. District horses only For threeyearol<is ard upwards. Weight f 1 age. Winners shce August Ist, 1889, of any race or races (excluding selling rates) of the individu-1 or col'ective value of to cirry 4'b extra ; of ,£4O, 7lb extra ;"of iolbext>a; of ot upw.aids, I4lb ex'ra. Maid ns having sfrted twice or ote eralowed—(hree-year-olds ' 7"ibs ; four-year-old^ and ut \vards, iolbs. Pe-.&l ics an-J aUowancrs to be cilcu'atcd to time of starting. One mile, Entrance 3— ASHBURTON AUTUMN HANDICAP - of 60 s vs ; tecohd hor.e to receive 5 soys ' from tl-e stakf>, One rr.ile. and a hnlf. Nomination, I'/jsov; acceptance, I ,coy, <{.—NOVFL KACE, of 25 soys. The winner to be & Id 1 y auction imm-diately rfter the the fee, the wh le of tie proceeds to g'~>*to the fu ds of the Club V'eight, fcst, any ovcrwti. ht to be de« claret^. Ualfanile Eulranc*?, 10s. 5.— DISTRICT WB[T R HANDICAPof 30 soys ; cecond horse to receive 5 soys fr.m the ttake. District horses only One mile and a half. Nomination, 5s I ace p'.ance, 15^. , 6.—FLYING HANDICAP, of 30 sovso second horse to receive 5 soys frm the stake. Three-quarters of a mile. Narai nation, 15s; acceptance, 15s, SFCOND DAY. I.—COUNTY HURDLE RACE HA.NDI CAP, of 35 soys j second horse to recsiv 5 s^vs from th<; stake. District horses only, - One wile and a half. Ovor, 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, t ne mile a.da quarter. Nomination 1 soy ; acceptance 1 soy. j.—WAKANUIHANDICAP, of 30 so s second Norse to receive 5 soys from the stake. Dist'ic horses only. One mild Nominat on, itc; acceptance, 15^ „—DISPOSAL S A XES, of 30 soys. The winner to be sod by auction immediately after the race, the who'e of the proceeds to go to the funds of the Club. Weight, Bsl, cny overweight -to be dec'ared. Threequar.ers of a mile, Entrance, 10s. S.—OPEN WELTER HANDICAP, cf 35 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 30 sots second bore to receive 5 soys from tti , s-tike. I H;trict horees only. Ihe winne cf the Wakanui Handicap to carry 7lb pena'ty. Three-quarters of a mile Nomination, 15s; acceptance, 155. RULES AND REGULAT ONS. 1 The meeting will be held unier the Rules of Racing, i , - .2 No entry, will'e received except on the condition that all claims, d sputes, and abjections a ising out of fie rac ng s l all bi decided by the Stewards or whom they may appoint. Their decision m alp .ints connecte' with the carrying out r f this programme shall be final. 3 A 1 di trict horje shall me -n any horse that has beei commonly resident in the c'istrict between t':e rivers Sel\vyn ajid Waitaki from January i-jih, 1890, and up to the date of the meeting', and owned 1 y a person who h\n csided in the said district during the same en'od. 4 Owners ere r sponsible for the proper weight being canied 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 rect. will be de ucted from the gross of all moneys payable in accordance with h;s programme for the expenses of the course. •> 6. AU no.nination, acceptance, and entrance fees '.o go to the funds 0. the Club. NOMINATIONS, Nominations for a'l Handicap?, accomtanhi by fee, name, 'pedigree, age, description, ami performances of ho rse, and. olours f rider, must be in wrising, and iathe hinds of the Secretary not later than 9 p.m. on SATURDAY, Apri WEIGHIS. Har.dic ps fcr the fir-,t day's races will 1 c publs'ed en or aboat Ap il 18th.. llandi^ . capu lor the second day's faces wll be published at or about 8 o'clock in the cveuiui; ■ • the first day's racing. ' ' ; ACCEPTANCES AND KNTRIE-. Acceptance; for the first day's Handicaps V ard Entries for the Longbeach Pits and Njvel Rice, must le in the hind of the Secretary uot later than 9 p.m. on MONDAY, 7•.':"' Arril 21st, 1890; acceptances for the second' l diy's Handicaps and Entries fo the Dispo al Stakes not Inter than 10 o'clock in tb.J eveaing ot the f.rst day's races, Q Ll-SE",

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2400, 14 April 1890

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2400, 14 April 1890

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