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The Clydesdalei Hokse Springbanlc, By Young Banker (imp.) Farmers' I ass. Will stand at my farm, Fleminjfton. For fees, pply to P. Hyland, Groom m, charge. , Grazing free to January Ist, 1891. Every care taken but no responsibility. 10^57 JOHN GRIGG. WOOL \V OOL "WOOL T IBERAL CASH ADVANCES Made on the ensuing WOOL CLIPS At the Lowest Current Rateß of Interest. GEORGE JAMESON, Ashburton and Rakaia. 9319 T7~EATING'S POWDER destroys J\. BUGS, FLEAS, MOTHS, BEETLES, and all other insects, whilst quite harmless to domestic animals. In exterminating Beetles the succee.B of this powder is extraordinary. It is perfectly clean m application. See the article you purchase is " KEATING'S," as imitations are nokious and ineffectual* Sold m Tins, 6d, Is, and 2s 6d each, bj all chemists. . Sporting. SPRING MEETING. Wednesday & Thursday, NOVEMBER 19th and 20th, 1890. President—E. G. Wriglit. Vice-Pkksi-dent—John Grigg. Judge—Matthew Stitt. Stewauds—C. W. Purnell, E. G. Crisp, W. B. Denshire, Hugo Friedlander, J. C. N. Grigg, T. Leahy, W. Lyttelton, D. Thomas, and J. M. Tweed. Treasurer, David Thomas. Clerk of Scales— R. Friedlander, Clerk of Course—A. Hewson. Handicapper—J. Cresswell. Starter—« David Thomas. PBOGBAMME. (Approved by the Committee of the Canterbury Jockey Club.) First Race each day to start at 1 p.m. First Day. 1.— Handicap Hurdle Race, of 45 soys; the second horse to receive 5 soys from the stake. Two miles. Over eight flights of hurdles, about 3ft 6in high. Nomination, 1 soy; acceptance, 1 soy. 2.—Maiden Plate, of 20 soys. For district horses, three years old and upwards, which have never won an advertised race. Weight for age. One mile. Entry, 1 soy. 3.—Ashburton Cup Handicap, of 70 soys; • the second horse to receive 5 soys fromM the stake. One mile and a half. Nonn--1 ' nation, \\ soys; acceptance, 1 soy 4.—WINDERMEKE HANDICAP, of 30 SOYS ; the second horse to receive 5 soys from the stake. District horses only. Threequarters of a mile. Nomination, 15s ; ' acceptance, 10s. 5, N_oVr'L R*ce, of 25 soys. Tli c winner to be sold by auction immediately after the race, and the whole of the proceeds to go to the funds of the Club. Weight Bst, any overweight to be declared. Half a mile. Entry, 10s. 6.— Spring Handicap, of 40 soys; the second horse to receive 5 soys from the stake. Winner of the Ashburton Cup to carry 7lb penalty, One mile. Nomination, 15s; acceptance, 15s. 7.—District Welter Handicap, of 30 soys; the second horse to receive 5 sov3 from the stake. District horses only. Winner of Windermere Handicap to carry 71b penalty. One mile. Nomination, 15s; acceptance, 10s. Second Day. I.—District Hurdle Race Handicap, of 35 toys; the second horse to receive 5 soys from the stake. District horses only. One mile and a half. Over six flights of hurdles about 3ft 6in high. Nomination, 15s ; acceptance, 15s* 2.—Ashburton Racing Club Handicap, of 50 soys; the second horse to receive 5 soys from the stake. One mile and a quarter. Nomination, 1 soy; acceptance, 1 Boy, : g.»^t)isposAL Stakes, of 30 soys. The winner to be sold by auctionimmediately after the race, and the whole of the proceeds to goto the funds of the Club' Weight Bst, any overweight to be declared Three-quartera of a mile. Entry, 10s. 4 -Winchmore Handicap, of 30 soys; the second horse to receive 5 soys from the stake. District horses only. One mile and a quarter. Nomination, 15bb, acceptance, 10s. 5.-- o?en Welter Handicap, of 35 soys, the second horse to receive 5 soys from, the stake. Winner of the A.R.C. Handicap to carry 71b penalty. Ore mile. Nomination, 15s; acceptance, 15s 6.—Allenton Handicap, of 30 sors ; the second horse to receive 5 boys from the stake. District horses only. Winner of Winchmore Handicap to carry 71b penalty. One mile. JNomination, 15». acceptance, 10s. 7 - Flying Handicap, of 35 soys ; the second horse to receive 5 soys from the stake. Five furlongs. Nomination, 15s; acceptance, 15s. HULES A.ND REGULATIONS. The meeting will be held under the Rules of Racing. No entry will be received except on the condition that all claims, disputes, and objections arising out of the racing shall )-,e decided by the Stewards or whom they Wiay appoint. Their decision on all points connected with the carrying out of th*i S programme shall be final. A district horse shall mean any "horse that has been commonly resident m \he district between the rivers Selwyn and Waitaki from August 20th, 1890, and r ap to t i ie t | ate of the meeting, and owned V,y a person who has resided m the said district during the same period Five per cent will he deducted from the gross of all moneys payable m accordance with this programme for the expenses of the course. All nomination, acceptance, and entrance foes to go to the funds of the Club. NOMINATIONS. Nominations for all handicaps, accompanied by fee, name, pedigree, age, description, and performances of horse, and colors of rider, must be m writing, and m the hands of the Secretary not later than 9 p.m. on SATURDAY, November Ist, 1890. WEIGHTS Handicaps for the first day's races will be published on or about November 10th. Handicaps for the second day's races will be published at or about 8 o'clock m the 3vening of the first day's racing. ACCEPTANCES AND ENTRIES. Acceptances for the first day's handicaps . md entiies for the Maiden Plate and Novel Race must be m the hands of the Secretary « lot later than 9 p.m. on SATURDAY., J November 15th, 1890. Acceptances for t,he second day's handicaps and entries for the Disposal Stakes not later than 10 o'clock m 1 Jie evening of the first day s races. O. BISSET> Secretary]

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2548, 20 October 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2548, 20 October 1890

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