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a»y, yedAMdry «nd S»turd*y. lUrtina »t aoot ff jtn Hood'a Hotel, Moon* SoW foi Efringbiun *-d Allord ftwat. Uiw* jonu«cticg vrithDnfl'i OoMhlrom Hsthvva •tinning imhq * vmfaf. Fiwg flmjn Oira, s 3> !roic.-Q, o*i *lf'.»4 FownL ■. Kttroj. Cjs. * J^! ' < - ; :T, *liX i • i tiiii MlitKOlt," A : HIGH . CLASS Week SooftJ, Politic »I, Llietary, uid^DcuMtlo p«per,'to be published evrty FRIDAY, pdfle 3d, hj ibe Gcnteofal. Printing «od publiibiug Company, Limited, Melbourne place, KoimL Idtieet. Melboaiot , Sporoing..... ASHBIRTO\ RACING (IE AUTUMN MEETING. rT LO be held on the Ashbnrtoa Racecourse A on ".■■'■ Wednesday and Tharsflaj, APJRIL 23rd and 24th, 1890 President—E. G. Wright. Vice-Pmsi* * dent—John Grtgg. Judgb - Matthew . Sixtt. Stewards—C. .W. Puknbli, E. G. Crisp,"W. B. Denshijb, Hugo;, Friedlander, J C. N. Grigg, T. Lkaht* -.■■' < "W- Lyttelton, E. Savndkrs, M. Stitts. ■'■' and D Thomas. TtnwsuitM^DiviD'^' Thomas-, o* f pales—iC"Fried* ■.„ ,< LAND!?., CtEtfOF GoyRSS^-A.IIEWS-^N''''-' Handicapper—J. Cjus'siWjfcv-- Starter' <■ ■; —David Thomas. .' ' V;-. PRO G-bTa MM E; [/tprcved by the Cumin tt -c of tlie\Can!erbur ' Joclioy Club. ■ First iace eacli clay to start at I p,m; FiRST DAY. .—HURDLE RACE HANDICAP, cf4s soys; second horse to ieceive«j soys from' r the strke. Twp miles. Over eight flights v£ o^ hurd'ts about 3ft 6in lugb. Noininatior I soy ; acceptance, I so*. "' ' ■■ ■' 2. -LONGBEACU PI.ATB, cf 25 iOTS ■ second her c to receive 5 iovs from the ■ stake. District horses only For three* year-ol<is ar.d upwards. Weight for age. , ' dinners sirce. August Ist, 1889, of any ;>> race or races (txcluJirg selling races) of ' the individual or co!'ective value of to carry 4'b extra; of 7I1) extra; of ioll)ext.'a; of 'or upwards, 1.,1b ex'n. Maidtrs having started twict or orte er al owed —three-yearclds 7ibs : four-year-old« and uj wards, iolbs. Pc-'il ies aii'.l allowances to bs calculated to time of starting. One mils. < Entrance 1 sot. 3 -AaIIBURTONAUTUMNHANDJACP i. ol 6a s vs ; second hone to receive 5 soys from the stake. One n.ile arid a half. Nomination, I'/^sov; acceptance, I kov.s i— NOVFL KACE, of 25 sovg. The winner to be sold 1-y auctioi imra diataly r-ftci the the r cc, ll,e wh le of the proceeds :o gj to the fu d-. of the Club V. cigh% JJst, any oveiWeight to ha de clarerl. Half a mile. Entrance, 10s. \ 5.— DISTRICT WEIT.-R HANDICAP t f 30 soys ; second horse to receive 5 soy from the itake. District horses ony One mile and a half. Nomination, 5s I acceptance, 15% 6.—FLYING HANDICAP, of 30 sovso second horse to reccivs 5 soys frm the stake. Three-quarters of a mile. Norm nation, 155; acceptance, 15?, SECOND DAY. I.—COUNTY HURDLE RACE H.WDI 1 CAP, of 35 soys; second horse to recsiv 5 soys from the etakc. District horses only. One mile and a half. Over six , flights of hurdles about 3ft Gin high ; ( Nomination, 15s; acceptance, 15s. 2.—GRAND STAND HANDICAP, of 50 sovs<; second horse to receive 5 soys from the stake. One mile aid a quarter. Nomi* nation-I soy ; kcceptauce I soy. 3.—WAKANOI HANDICAP, of 30 so«> . second horse to receive 5 soys from the stake. Districhorses only. One mile Nomination, its; acceptance, 15s 1 S AXES. of 30 soys. The winner to be sold by auction immediately after the race, the who!e of the -' proceeds to go to the funds of the Club. Weight, Bsl, any overweight to be declared. Three-qiurters of t mile. Entrance, 10s. ' S.—OPEN WELTER HANDICiSP, of 35 soys; second horse to rec.ive 5 soys froc the stake. The winner of ihe Grand. Sta'.d Handicap tocavry iolbs One mile. Nomination, 153 ance, 15s. 6.—HARVEST HANDICAP, of 30 soys . second hor.e to receive 5 sov3 from ttx " , stike. Ditrict hordes only. Ihewinne \ cf the Wakanui Handicap to carry 7lb penalty. 'ihreequarters of a mile ' I Nomination, 15^; acceptanc?, IjS. RULE 1? AND KEGULAT ONS. 1 The meetirg will be held under the Rulci of Racing, 2 Mv entry will le received except on the . condition that all claims, disputes, and j;ctions;j out of the racngs'iall b ; decided by the Stewards or whom th-:y may appoint. 'J heir decision 'on a I points connected with the carrying oat cf this programme s,hall be Snal, 3 A di-.trict horse.shall me->n any harje that has been cj;nmonly resident in the district between the rivers Selwyn and Wiitaki from Januar/ 15th, rSo/j, and up to the (Ute of the ; meeting, and owned .1 y a person who hu esiicd in the said district during the sane erlod. 4 Owners are responsible for 111? proper. ■ weght '.eing earned in the Lodgbsa h I'ia'e, and at the time of entry mu>! noli'y to the Secretary what penalties or allowances are up to thai time axrue I or claimed. 5. Five per teit will be de iucted from the ■ (jros> of ail mon?ys payable iv accor Innce wnh h s programme for the expen es of ths course. 6. Al 1 ro:iir.a li -r, a" ptince, ande itrance '. feestoj;)i. ihc fundso. i'u: Club. NOMINATIONS, Nomina'ions for all Handicaps, accompanied •• f>y fie, nanu, ptdi^KX, « s v, desctiption, and' , fe>]orviancesQ\ horse, and (.e'oiirs f rider, must be in writing, and iathe hands of the Secretary ■■.' nol Latei-tban 9 p.m. on SATURDAY, Apri . WEIGHTS. ; Ilar.dicips fct the first day's r.-.ces will Ye i 1 publs'cd t.n or about Ap il iß:h. liandi- .■ caps lor tlie second Oay's races will be published at or about 8 o'c ock in ths evening ■ the first day's racing. , ACCRPT.rCKS \ND KN-RIES. Acreplanc. for the fust day's Handicap* . ird Entries for the Lon^leich l'late and ■' Novel R n.ce, must le in the hind; of the " Secivtaiy uot later tlimi 9 p.m. on MONDAY, -: ■ April 2ist, 1890; acceptances Icr the second ■•'- ---dny's H-mdicai>s and Kntres for th>; Dispo-al Stakes not Inter than 10 o'clock in the evening Lot the fuU day's races. '.. ■ ';. Q BISSET, fiecrctar?,.-::'

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2403, 17 April 1890

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2403, 17 April 1890

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