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racing. AKA) 0* U'l ' K'.CiNG ;| ,t \ I i <■ - , ii\ft I jlL> n f li i., - il O to UK HKJ.i.j v. v : 'ii::: WAiaop.A r.AiK motuKα); .J .... ON TIIUHEDAY, iUALiCILI 5, 1914 OFFICIALS. Pali on, Hon. \V M ■-.•ni, oiru-rj', JILC; Vicfl'iitroi), iki), It. Hum v li halts; Pits dent, H. D. Buchanan, 1 ; '=(]; Ciinirm:-n of Committees, W. F. Pa.k Esq ; Vice.ir'resideius, liestrs W. 11 Alcntgt nieiy, E. liay, 0 G. HoltTieb, Dr \ hit.k- : r, &. Null, B, K. H.'ill, Geoifß Hiinijjliii'-s, W. Flt-ming, A. E. iFlcmicg, 11. fcl. Fiemiii;/, l< , . Mur a> ; Oon, iSutt'tuins, JJia Tiinckti , isncl Palmer; Hon, Timekeeper, Mr J. A. Holmes ; Stewiivae, ilea: is X X, L iit vio, M. Coaney, O. Ur-idlf-y, Vi, F. I'uis:in:on. A, E, Biri!!iii<., J. 0. Gou'p, B, McCaitney, W. H. fiiomgomery, S. H. Nntt. F. G. liiriiiinfi, 11. La.ter, J. F. Buchanan, John Parlsinson, H. T, Chapman, A. , V. 61. Hulchinson, John Montgomery, E. 15, NuU, J- K. JamesT, K. M. Morten, W. Thomson ; Clerk of Course, Mr E C Latter; Clerk of Scales, Mr A H Nicoll; Han-iicap'-pers, Mr J F Henrys (Hat rßcet), Mr E Brink man (irot.^); Judge, Mr John Parkinson Starter, Mr H Finer; Hon. Treasurer, Mr J F Buchanan ; Hon. Secretary, Mr T Queaiy; Ge. erai Committee. Messrs J F Buchanan, W F Buchanan, W FParlunson, T Queaiy, R 15 Biidling, ¥ G Uirdling, H Chapman, John Parkinson, E Nutt, Joseph Gaslun, R 0 Brad :«.., J U C Gebuie, S 11 Mutt, M Cooney, II M Morten, F HubbarJ, W Thompson, J 0 \_oop; Judicial Committee, (for Gallops) A-essrsli 0 Bradley, X M Morten, and Ml Cooney ; (for Trots) W. ThompaoD and Q C Man&ou. PROGRAMME. L, 12 noon-OPEN HUIIDLB HANDICAP of SOsovs. First horse £40, second horse £10. One and a half miles, Nomination li (id, acceptance 15s 2. 12 40 p.m.—MAIDEN PLATE, of 3O=ovf. For horses that have never won £10 or over in any one advertised race at time i f starting, First horse £25, second hoise £5. Six furlongs. Weight for nge. Nomination 20$ 3- 1.20 p.nwPENINSULA CUP (Handicap) cf lOOsovs including cup value £25. First hoise £00 and cup value £25, second horse £10, third horse £5, One mile mile and a quarter. Nomination 20-, acceptance 1-ji , 4. 2 p.m-WAIHORA PARK HANDICAP TROT (optional) of 0030V3 First horse £40, second horse £10 One and a half miles. Nomination 7s Od, acceptance 103 5. 2,40 p.m-KINLOCH WELTKB HANDICAP, of 30iovrf. First hoise £25, second horse £5. • tven fuvlongs. Numi nation 7s Cd, acceptance 10s G. 3.20 pm.—WAIIUCWA HANDICAP TROT (optional) open, of SOsovs. horse £42 10s, eeeond horse £7 10a. Two miles. Nomination 153, acceptance 20s 7. 4 p m—TEEAWERA. HACK HANDICAP (hack conditions), of 4'Jsovs, First horse £30, seceiid horse £5 Six furlongs, Non.iimti.'n lOs, acceptance 15s 8 440 p.m FOH. YTH r LYING HANDIUAI-, , o£ 35,-iOvs. First horse £30, sei. ond horse £5. Five lurloiiya., Noiu-na tion 10.-, acceptance ss. P.LLE4. 1. i-'ule.d of New Zealand Jockey Clubs and T'ottin? Association adhered to. 2 The winner of any race, after declara tion of weights. toea;ry a penalty cf 7!bs, •md for t-very addit onal n>oe sitis extra in ftli flat bai.dicaps, and the winner of any hurdle race, niter declaration of weights, to carry .lOlbs extra. 3 p Entries for al' racs will close with the Secretary of the. Canterbury Jockey Club, Cbrialchurch, at 5p m.on Tue-day, February 10th, including those for the Maiden Plate. Weights will be declared -is soon as possible. 4. Accr-ptancea will close with the Secretary of the Canterbury Jockey Club, Christ, church, at 5 p m, on FRIDAY, February 20th o. All nominations to be accompanied with fee, pedigree and account of previouparformances, 6. Colours to be worn by riders to be dcs , cribed 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 Southbridge Train at Lincoln, ■T, QUEALY, Eon. Sec. MAIL NOTICES LETTF.R-BOX CLEARED; Day. Christchurch, Northern and Southern Offices, United Molor KiDgdom, Europe, U.S of Car, 8.30 a.m America, Commonwealth dai!y. of Australia, To German Bay, Robinson's Bay, Duvauchelle, dJßarrj's Bay, French Daily. 830 a.m Farm, Wainui, Pigeon Little River. Little Akaloa, Chorlton, Mon, Wed, and Okain's Bay Friday 8.30 a.m Long Bay Road, Le Bon's Gig Mon, Wed, Thurs. Fri. 12 30 p.m N.B.—Parcels mails ciose daily 5 p.m. LETTER CARRIER DELIVERIES. South End- Ist and 2nd delivery—Mondays Wednesday, Friday, 9 a.m and lpm North End—lst and 2nd delivery—Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday, 9 a.maud 1 p.in Commences 9,30 a.m and 1.30 p.m MAILS INWARDS Christcburchanri Northern and Southern Alices Daily 1 p.m Little River, Barry's Bay, Wainui, French Farm,' Duvaucheile, Robin3on's Daily lpm Bay, German Bay, and Pigeon Bay Littla Akaloa, Chorlton, Mon Wed and Okain's Bay Fri. ' 1 p.m Long Bay road, Le Bon's Bay Mon, Wed, 5.30 Thurs, Fri, p.m mHsw' a '-' dJuJ

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4369, 6 February 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4369, 6 February 1914

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