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RACING. AB'AUCv. count- racing OLUiJ jMisNUAL IMIiE'JLNG TO UK IIKJ.Ii ON Tin-: W'.IBOIIA BALK DOMAIN, MOTU K.-.iiU*A, ON THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1914. OFFICIALS. Putron, Hon. W Montgomery, M L.C; Vice-Patron, Fen It Heiucn J.!h,-.des ; Pres dent,, H. D Buchanan, E.-q ; {.'hahrm-ri cf Committees, W. F. Pa-kmfon, E-q ; Vice Presidents, VV H M"ntg<;mery, E. I tiny, 0. G. Holme?, Dr iha kr, K. Nun, h. E Hall, George Humph: Us, W. Filming, A B. | Fleming, li. ti. Fleming, F. Munaj ; Hon. Surgeons, Dis Thnclttr <md Palmer ; Hi n. Timekeeper, Mr J. A. Holmes ; Steward?, Mea?rs E. E. LJiuvre, M. Coonev, 0. Bradley, W, F. Parking. A. E. Birdling, J. 0. Coop, B, McCartney, W. H Moiitgemirv, S. R. Nult. F. G. Birdling, It La ttr, J. F. Buchinan, John P„rkin.-on, 11. T. Chapman, A- V. M. Hutchinson, John Montgomeiy, E IS, Nutt, J. K. Jurnesi n, li. M. Morten, W. Thomson ; Clerk of ''curse, Mr E C Latter ; Clerk of Soaks, Mr A H Nicoll; Han : [cappers, Mr J F Henrya (llai nicer), Mr R Brinkm.iii (trots) ; Judge, Mr John Purkmsoi. Start'!-, Mr H i'ip---j ; Hon Trea.-um-, Mr J F Buchanan ; Hon. Si.ci-etp.ry, Mr T Quealy; Ge eral CommUiee. Messrs J F Buchanan, VV F Bmdianan, W FParkin=on, T'Quealy, R E BiidliiiK, F G Birdling, H Chapman, John Parkinson, E Nutt, Joseph Grskin, R 0 Brad ley, J 0' C Gthyrc, S It Nutt, M Cooney, It M Morten, F Huubud, W Thorops-n, J 0 Coop; Judicial Committee, (for Gallops) Messrs X O JSradley, X M Morten, and M Cooney ; (for Trots) W. Thompson and Q C Manson. programme; 1. 12 noon-OPEN HURDLE HANDICAP of oOsovs. First horse £40, second horse £10. One and a half miles, Nomination 71 Gd, a< ceptance 15s 2. 12.40 p.m.—MAIDEN PLATE, of 3030v5. For horses that have never won £10 or over in any one advertised race at lime cf starting. First horse £25, second hoise £5. Six furlongs. Weight for nge. Nomination 20.? 3. 1.20 p.m-PENINSULA CUP (Handicap). of lOOsovs including cup value £25. First hose £00 and cop value £25, second horse £10, third hois j £5, One mile mile and a quarter. Nomination 20i, acceptance Jsi 4. 2 p.m-WAIHORA PARK HANDICAP TROT (optional) of 50sovs First horse £40, second horse £10 One and a nail miles. Nomination 7s Gil, acceptan-e 10s 5. 2.40 p.m-KINLO:H WELTER HAN DIOAP, of 30iovs. Fir.,S ho.-se £2-5, sc cond horse £5. . even furlongs. Nomi nation 7s G.i, acceptance 10s 0 320 pm.—WAIRbiWA HANDICAP TROT (optional) open, of 50sovs. Fir.-t horse £42 10s, second hor?e £7 10s. T«o miles. Nomination 15s, acceptance 20s 7. 4 p m~TEJ.tAWERA HACK HANDICAP (hack condi(ioiir-), of 40sovs. First horse £30, second horse £5 Six furlongs, Nominati-in 10s, ac eptance 153 8 440 p.m FOR-YTH (LYING HANDI CAP, of 35-sovs. Fir.,t horse £30, second horst? £5 Five furlongs. Nom'na tion 10i, acceptance ss. RULES. 1. Rules of New Zealand Jockey Clubs and Trot'in,' Association adhered to 2, Th» winner of any race, after declaration of weights, to carry a penalty rf 7lbs, and for t very addit'on.il race sibs extra in all flat handicaps, and the winner of any hurdle race, after declaration of weights, to carry lOlbs »xua. 3-, Entries for al! racfs will close with the Secretary of the Canterbury Jockey Club, Christehurch, at sp.m. on Tuesday, February 10th, including those for the Maiden Plate. Weights will be declared ns soon as possible. 4 Aecfptances will close with the Secre tary of the Canterbury Jockey Club, Christ, church, at 5 p m, on FRIDAY, February 27th 5. All nominations to be accompanied with fee, pedigree and account ofpreviom performances, 6. Colours to be worn by riders to be described when forwarding nomination--, under a penalty of £2, An Excursion Train will leave Litte River and Chiistchurch in time for the races, and also connect with the Train at Lincoln, T, QUEALY, Hon. Src.

MAIL NOTICES LETTER-BOX CLEARED • Day. Hour Christehurch, Northern and Southern Ollice3, United Motor Kingdom, Europe, U.S of Car. 8.30 a.m America, Commonwealth daily. of Australia. To German Bay, Robinson's Bay, Duvauchelle, JgJßaro's Bay, French Daily. 830 a.m > Farm, Wainui, Pigeon Little River. Little Akaloa, Chorlton, Mon, Wed, and Okain's Bay Friday 8.30a.m Long Bay Road, Le Bon's Gig Mon, Wed, Thure. Fri. 12 30 p.m N.B.—Parcels mails ciose daily 5 p.m. LETTER CARRIER DELIVERIES. South Eud-lst and 2nd delivery—Mondays Wednesday Friday, 9 a.m and 1 p m North End —Ist and 2nd delivery—Tuesday, Thnrrdny. Saturday, 9 a.maud 1 p.m Commences 9,30 a.m and 1.30 p.m ' t MAILS INWARDS Christehurch anrt Northern and Southern '•fh'ces ■ Daily 1 p.m Little River, Bar-yM Bay, Wainui, French Farm, Duvauchelle, Robinson's Daily 1 p.m 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 Good tbmg.m • WHISKYf •

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4371, 13 February 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4371, 13 February 1914

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