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FUNERAL NOTICE. j npHE friends of the late Mrs S. Gurry are J- respectfully informed that hor funeral will leave her late residence, Robinson's Bay, at 2 p.m. TO-DAY (Friday), for the Presbyterian Cemetery. J. J WALKER AND SONS. Undertakers. LOST. IN Akaroa yesterday three military badges, C,Y 0. and Gth Reinforcements Findor kindly return to "Mail Office" AKAROA COUNTY RACING CLUB. » A NNUAL -VTEETING XO BE HELD ON THE WAIHORA PARK DOMAIN, MOTUKARARA, ©N SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1916. PROGRAMME. 1 1 p.m OPEN HUKDLE HANDICAP, of G5-.OVS: first horse 55 sovb, second horse 10 boys. Non inatiun 10s. Acceptance 153 One mile and a half 2 1.35 p.m.—MAIDEN PL\TE. of 50 soys first horse 45 soys, seoond horse 5 soys, for - h n rse3 which have navpr at tho time of starting won a race of more than 10 povs, Weight for age. Nomination 20s. Six furlongs 3 2.10p.m-PENINSULA CUP HANOICAP, of 100 sovh including Cup value 2530V8 ; firss horse 60 iovg and Cup value 2550v3, second horns lOjovh, third horse ssovs. Nomination 20-t. Acceptance 20s One mile and a quarter. 4-2.45 D.m - WAIBORAPARK HANDICAP TROT (op'ionai), of 60*ovb; first horse SOsovs second horse IO30V?. Nomination 10s, acceptance 10= One mile and half. 5 320 p.m.—KINLOCH WELTER HAN. DICaP, of £ssovb; first horse SOsovs second horse osovs, Nomination 10s Acceptance 10s, Seven furlongs, C 355 pra.-WAIB.EWA HANDICAP TROT (optional), of GO->ovs; first horse 5030V5, second horse lOsovs. Nomina ation 10s. Aoceptaioe 10a Two miles 7 4 30 pm-— HACK HANDICAP (Hack condition*) of 50sovs, fir-t horse 45aovs, second 53ovs Nominations 103. Aooeptat-ce 10s Six furlungs 855 p.m—FORSYTH FLYING HANOICA' , of 55-ov?; first horse 50dovs, second horse ssovs. Nomination 10s Acceptance 10s Five furlongs RULES. 1 Rules of New Zealand Jockey Club- and Trotting Association adhered to 2 The winner of any race, .after declara tion of weights,to carry a penalty of 71b, and for every additional race olbs extra in all flat handicaps, and the winner in any hurdle race after declaration of weights, to carry lOlbe extra. 3 ENTRTES for all races will close with W H E Wanklyn. the Secretary of the Canterbury Jookey Club. Christchurch, at 5 p m. on THURSDAY. February 10th. WEIGHTS will be dealared as soon as possible. 4 ACCEPTANCES will close with W H E Wanklyn, the Secretary of the Canterbury Jockey Club, Christohurch, at 5 pm. on FRIDAY. February 25th. 5 All Nominations to be accompanied with fee pedigree, aod aoaount of previous performances, An Excursion Train will leave Little River and Christchurch in time for the Races, and also connect with the Southbiidge train at Lincoln T. QUEALY, Hon. Secretary j

Analysis- FAT 1G per cent, PEOTEID U per cent, CABBO HYDRATES 67 per cent—Total 87 per oent Of tbe total Carbo Hydrates in Ceremilk 90 per cent is absorbable by the digestive organs of the calf EREMILK ia prepared from tbe finest Cereals with scientific euro and the proteid elements are such that artificial feeding does not causa soour. < Mr Hugh Smith (Director Southland Farmers' Co op), caya ;—"ln Ceremilk yeu hove oertainly prodnoed a perfeai substitute for whole milk for calves. I used nothing else last season, with excellent results. I heartily recommend it to all dairy farmers." STOCKED BY YOUR STOREKEEPER. Ford sund ' lyiircinriSr Wholesale Agents, Christchurch FEMING & COMPANY, Csreal Mills, InyerearflilljandJCtore

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3517, 28 January 1916

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3517, 28 January 1916