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RiCING. AKAROA COUNTY RACING C-U'IJ A NNUMi T\ I I7.KTING • jrl KNUAL iU EE'I l>G i i TO Dii HELD CN 'Jlil-: WaIHORV PA] X DOMAIN, MOTUK'KMIA, ON THUKSDAY, MARCH 5, 1914. OFFICIALS. Patron, Hon. W Montgomery, M L.C; Vioe'Putrcn, lion. 11. IJfcicn lihicies; Pres rtent, 11. D. Bucbannn, Epq ; Chairmin of Committees, W. F Patkmson, E : q ; ViceFiesidenls, Messrs W. H. Montgomery, E. j ii.y. G G. Holmes, Dr'Hunker, S. Nutt, L. '•) Hall, Georfje HumjiVn i> ~, W. Fleming, A. | B. FlemiDg, It. ti. Flemin?, F. Mur:aj;} rion, Hiirfjecns, Dis Thackcr and Palmer ; | Hoa. Timeket per, Mr J, A. Holmes ; Btewliias, IMfcs.-ia I'j 10. L-,iievio, M. Cooney, 0. Bf.-dlfT, W, F. lail-.inson. A. E, Birdiinp, J. 0. Coop, It, MoCaitney, W. H. <■ ri. P. Suit.. F. G. Umiliri.q, It. La t.r, J. F. | Buchanan, John Parkinfon, 11. T, Chapman, i \ - V M. iiutcbinson, John Montpomeiy, Pj. IS, Nutt, J. K. Jamcsf n, 14. M. Morten, VV. rhomson ; Clerk o£ Course, Mr E C Latter; Clerk of Scales, Mr A H Nicoll; Hun icap- j per?, Mr J F Henrys (flai races), Mr li B:ick I man (trot. , -) ; Judge, Mv Jol>n j Starter. Mr II Piper; Hon. Treasurer, Mr J I F Buchanan ; Hon. Secretary, Mr T Qui-a j ; [ General Committee. Messrs J F Bucnanan, VV F Buchanan, W FParlsins-on, T Quealy, li E Biidling, F G Birdiing, H Chapman, John Parkinson, E Nutt, Joseph G<:skin, It 0 Brad ley, .) U CJ Gebijie, S li iNutt, M Cuoney, II M Morten, F Hubbird, W Thompson, J 0 Coop; Judicial Committee, (for Gallops) v'essis li O lirafiley, R M Morttn, and ik ! Cooney ; (for Trots) W. Thcmpeou and Q C %■ Mansoii. ) PROGRAMME. | ! I, 12noon-OPEN HUEDLE HANDICAP £ of sOsovs. First horse £40, second horse p £10. One and a half miles, Nomina- % lion li (3d, acceptance 153 ■2. 12 40 p.m.—MAIDEN PLATE, of 30jovs. For horses that have never won £10 or over in any one advertised race at. time i f starting, First horfe seeo/id horse £5. Six furlongs. Weight for age. Nomination 20s 3. 1.20 p.m—PENINSULA CUP (Handicap) of 1003OVS including cup value £25. First horse £G0 and cup value £25, second horce £10, third horse £5, One mile mile and a quarter. Ncmiuation 20j, acceptance Jss 4. 2 pm-WAIiiORA PAI-K HANDICAP TROT (optional) cf SOiovs First horse £40, second horse £10 One and a halt miles. Nomination 7s Gel, acceptance 10s 5. 2.10 p.m-KINLOCH WELTitR HANDICAP, ot aOiovs. First horse £25, ECcozid horse £5. c-even fiulunga. Nomi nation 7s Gj, acceptance 10a G. 3.20 piii. —WAIitJiVVA HANDICAP TJROI (optio/ial) opeo, of 50sovs. Firtt horse £42 10s, eecond horse £7 10s. Two miles.- Nomination Iss, acceptance 20s 7. 4 p.m-IKKAWERA HACK HANDICAP (hack conditions), of 40sovs, First horse £30, sfuond horte £5. Six furlongs, Nomination 10s, acceptance loa 8 440 p.m- FOIibYTH i-LXING liANDICAJf, of 35aovs. First horee £30, second borse £5. Five furlongs. Norn na' tion 10c, acceptance ss. 1 P.ULES. j 1. Kules of New Zealand Jockey Clubs and Tiottins.' Association adhered to 2. The winner of any race, after declaration of weights, to cairy a penalty cf 71bs, and for tvery addit'onul race slbs txtra in all flat handicaps, aud tbe winner of any hurdle raco, after declaration of weights, to carry 101 bs txcra. k 3* Entries for all races will close with the Secretary of the Canterbury Jockey Club, Chriatchurch, at spm.on Tver-day, February 10th, including thote for the Maiden Plata. Weights will be declared as soon as possible, 4. Acstptances will close with the Secretary of the Canterbury Jockey Club, Christ, church, at 5 p m, on February 20th! 5. All nominations to be accompanied with fee, pedigree and account of previous performances, 6. Colours to be worn by riders to be described when forwarding nominations, under a penalty of £2. An Excursion Train will leave Litto River and Christchurch in time for the races, and also connect with the Southbridga Train at Lincoln, T, QUEALY, Fon. Src. MAIL NOTICES LETTER-BOX CLEARED' \ , Day. Hour J ChrUtehureh, Northern and j Southern Offices, United Motor Kingdom, Europe, U.S of Car, 8.30 am America, Commonwealth dai.'y. of Australia. To German Bay, Robin* son's Bay/Duvauchelle, Barry's Bay, French Daily. 830 a.m Farm, Wainui, Pigeon Bay, Little Eiver.' Little Akaloa, Chorlton, Mon, Wed, and Okain's Bay Friday 830 a m Long Bay Road, Lβ Bon's Gig Mon, Wed, Thurs. Fri. 12 30 p.m N.B.—Parcels mails ciose daily 5 p.m. LETTER CAEEIEE DELIVERIES. South End-Ist and 2nd delivery—Mondays Wednesday, Friday, 9 a.m and 1 p m North End-lst and 2nd delivery—Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday, 9 a.maud 1 p.m Commences 9,30 a.m and 1,30 p.m MAILS INWARDS Christchuidiand Northern and fcioiiihan offices Daily 1n m ._ Little Riye:, iJany's'Bay, Wainui, l-'.t-i-ch Farm, Duvaucheiio, Robinson's Daily 1n m Bay, German Bay, and Pigeon Bay Litfcla Akaloa, Chorlton, Mon, Wed and Okain'a Bay Fri. ' lpm Loug Bay road, Lo. Bon's Bll y Mon, Wed, 5.30 Tb.ui-3, Fri, p m oood thiDg t ife: v DCL whisky! • #

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4368, 30 January 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4368, 30 January 1914

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