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Tinwald Racing Club.

The annual meeting of the Tinwald Racing Club was h.eld oh* Satin-day. Mr E. Grates "occupied the chair, an<\ there was a fair attendance or members, BALANCE-SHEET, The Secretary read the balance-sheet, which showed a balance of assets over liabilities of £100 11s Bd. COKKESPOiN DKXCIi. The Ashburton Trotting Club wrote asking on what terms the Club would grant the use of the course for a trotting meeting to be held in October. It was resolved "That the course be granted for one day for the sum of £12 10s, and this Clnb will give a donation of £5 to the Trotting Club provided the pvcmisiifi and course 1 are left in the same condition as when taken." : officers. ' The following officers were elected:— President, 'Dr Tweed ; Vice-Presidents', Messrs 1). McLean and C. W. Strachey | Judge, Mr W. Stitt; Starter,, Mv ft Thowia; Treasurer, Mr M. So'ot-fe i'Olork of the Course, Mr B. Hanks j Clerk of the Scales, Mr A. J. Kelly. STEWARDS. I)r Tweed, and Messrs Stitt, Strachey, H. H. Wright, Scott, Gates, James, and Begg were elected Stewards,' • Mt|s»«i'y Gates, a, Bouufcr-eG, J,. Lewis, Begg, and J, M. Hampton were elected a Com- | niitteo. PROGRAMME. Messrs Gates, Lewis, Scott, and James were appointed sub-Committee to draw up programme for the annual race meeting, the stakes not to exceed £200. NEW MEMBER. Mr T. Williams was elected a member of the Club, and the meeting adjourned (

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Tinwald Racing Club., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2503, 28 August 1890

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Tinwald Racing Club. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2503, 28 August 1890

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