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ALL Creditors and others having claims against this estate are hereby required to send them, with particulars, on the forma provided, to the Local Deputy Public Trustee at Christohuroh, on or before tbe 15th day pf April, 1916. Accounts not rendered by tbe date named may be rejected. All moneys payable to the above estate may be lodged to the oredit of the Publio Trustee's, aooount at any postal money order offioe, or pad to the Local Deputy Publio Trustee at Christohurch. FRED. FITCHETT, Public Trustee, 14th Feb., 1916. i TO PENINSULA FARMERS. DO you,want a CASHMEEE HOLDING PADDOCK for your Stock. HERE ARE THREE:2. 17 ACRES £100 per Aore l> 14 ACREB £100 per Acre 8- 24 ACRES £92 per Acre Let us submit an offer for any of these paddocks for you. E, G. BTAVELEY & CO., 196 Caehel Street, Christchurcb. AKAROA COUNTY RACING CLUB. A NNUAL 1%/rEETING XO BE HELD ON THE WAIHOBA PABK DOMAIN, MOTUKARARA, ON SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1916. PROGRAMME. 1 1 p.m.—OPEN HURDLE HANDICAP, of 65sovs: first horse 55 soys, Beoond horse 10 Boys, Nomination 10s. Acceptance 15e One mile and a halt. 2 1.35 p.m.-MAIDEN PLATE, of 50 soys first horee 45 soys, second horse 5 soys, for horses which have never at the time of starting won & race of more than 10 Bovd, Weight for age. Nomination 20s. Sis furlongs. 3. 2.10 p.m-PENIN,SULA CUP HANDICAP, of lOO.sors inotuding Cup value 25sovs ; first horse 60 boys and Cup value 25sove, seoond horse lOsovs, third horse 530V8. Nomination 203. Acceptance 20s One mile and a quarter. 4 2.45 p.m.-WAIHORAPARK HANDICAP TROT (optional), of 6Oaovs; first boree 50sovp; second horse lOsovs. Nomination 103. acceptance 10s One mile and half. 5 320 p m.—KINLOCH WELTER HAN DICAP, of 55sovs; first horse sGsove second horse Saovs, Nomination 10s Acceptance 10s, Seven furlongs, 63 55 p.ra.-WAIREWA HANDICAP TROT (optional), of 60*ove; first horse SOeovs, second horse lOsovs. Nomina ation 10s. Aoceptaaoe 10s Two miles 7 4 30 .pm.-TERA.WERA HACK HANDICAP (Hack condition?) oi COeovs, first horse 45a0v8, second ssovs Nominations 10s. Acceptance 10a. Six furlongs J 8 5.5 p m—FORSYTH FLYING HANOICAI, of 55sove; first boree oOsovs, Beoond 1 horee ssovs. Nomination 10s Acceptance ' 10s Five furlongs r RULES. j 1 Rules of New Zealand Jockey Olub and 1 Trotting Association adhered to 5 2 The winner of any race, after declare, tion of carry a penalty of 71b, and for every additional race dibs extra in air fiat [ bandioaps, and Che winner in any hurdle race , after declaration of weights, to carry lOlbe ' extra. 3 ENTRIES for 'all races will dose with ' W H E Wonklyn. the Secretary of the Canterbury Jookey Club. Christohurob, at 5 p m. 1 on THURSDAY. February J Oth WEIGHTS 3 will be deolared as soon as possible. 3 4 ACCEPTANCES will close with W H , E Wanklyn, the Secrotary of the Canterbury Jockey Club, Obristohurob, st 5 p.m. on FRIDAY, February 25th. i 5 All Nominations to be accompanied • t with fee. pedigree, and aooount of previous r performances. 8 An Exoursion Train will leave T/ittle River 8 and Cbristoburch id time for the Races, and 1 nlso oonneot with the SouthbriJge train at J Lincoln . r T. QUEALY, Hos. Beozeiarj

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3523, 18 February 1916

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3523, 18 February 1916

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