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Notice;. Theißay of: Plenty- Times will: not be published on Saturday Next,. 18th inst, in order to giro the sf aff the usual annual holiday. . El. M.. Edgcumbe. . . Bay, oe Plenty. Times Office.. Tauranga, . March, 8; . 1 87.6. . * rTAUJRANGA. ANNUAL EEGATTA, . TO BE JEEIiD* ON FBI DAY NEXT,.. St> Patrick's. Bay,. March. 1.7,. 1.8 7.6,. TJifDEi^ the ■ Distinguished ■ PatbonAGE OF. SIE, DONALD McLEAN, , K.0.M.G. . ' Stirteb, .... .... Captain Murks Umpibb ,„ ... Mr Hamlin TaEAßUfisa ... ... Mr. K. D. Wrigley i- COMMITTEE: Mr E. M. Edgcumbe Mt Hi. Marks, junv,. 'Mr W. Kelly. Mr H. Clarke Mr R. J. Wood 1 . Mr J. Cook Mr Firth Wrigley. Mr J..McLeod: Mt D. McKellar. Mr T; D: Wrigley M* D; Sellara- Mr Uori.Ngafcai Mr H. Marks, sea., , Mr Enoka - Mr Hamiora Tu . Mr Te Kiika. Mr August TJupjiea. Mr-Te EanapiaMr. A. Porate^ Mr.GK B..Mocria MrJ. Bodell Mr Bj: Q-; NorrisMr H. O. Hoyte. j PfiOGEAMMB.. First. Race, W a;m:T—Tradihg Vessels of ■■ 10 ■ tons- and upwards. First prize,- £25 ; second, £5. Course : Erom ,the Wharf round , a. boat, off I Tiunks'-' P6iiitj round 1 b©at ( off Pilot Station at Maunganui, coming in off Wharf ; twi^e round. .Second Race, Armed Constabulary : Pubse, 11.30 a.m. — Eour-oared ; Boats,.. Avdtti; G6xs-waih;. Krst prize, £10; second, £3. Course: Erom Wharf round boat off Tunks' Point, round boat off Cemetery, and back to • Wharf. No skiffs, gigs, or steer oars allowed; . Third Race, 12 Noon — Sailing Boats under 24 feet keel. Eirst prize, £10; second, £3. Course : ■ From. Wharf 1 round; boat off Tunks' Point, round red ' buoy in ' fairway, coming in off Wharf ; ' twice round.' . Fourth Race, 12.30p.m. — War Canoe Haee, limited to 24 men. First prize. £15 ;• second, £5. Course: Erom. Wharf; round: boat, off Tanks'- Point;, round boat off Cenxeteiy,. . again round boat off Timks' Point, and b'ackt j Wharf. i Three to -start, . or: no- rase. . Five to start, or no second prize. Fifth Race, 1 p.m. — Sculling Eace. First prize, £4 ; second | ! prize, £L Course: From Wharf , round boat off. Cemetery,, and back to Wharf. . Sixth Race, 2.-1 p.m: — Small" Canoe { Eace. First prize, £s ';• second ; prize, £2. Course : Same, as '. second race. Seventh Race, 2.30 p.m; — Sailing 1 Boats, 24 feet keel and upwards. First prize, £12; second, £4. Course:Same- as third race. 1 . EightJi' Race,. 35 p.m;v— Flat-bottom Boats, with out-riggers, pair of sculls.- First -prize, £3; second prize,:- £l.- Course: Same as i fifth race... Ninth Race, 3.3o'p.m:— Sculling Race ; (pair-oared). First prize, £5 ; ; second prize, £l. Course: Same as second race. • .Tenth Race, 4' p,m. — SaiKng Eace, for' all- beaten- boats. • First prize; • £5-; second prize, £1. Course : - Same as third race ; once round.Eleventh Race — Duck H'unti • BULES'. All races to finish between end of Wharf and boat moored off the Wharf. All marks left on starboard hand. Competitors must subscribe £l> towards the Eegatta.Entrance fee, 10 per cent: on amount of the first prize. • The Auckland Eegatta- Club rules will be strictly. adhered to. • All entries must be made between the hours of 8 and 10 on Wednesday evening, the l : sth- instant, at the Tauranga Hotel. By order of the Committee. c. j, wood; Secretary. A- Display of Fireworks at' 7.30 p.m. on tHe Wliarf. Notice.'. rfß.l^" CMURVM GAZETTE "> and ' ' TME< TABLET " may be read gratuitously- on ; application to the Editor of this paper.'.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Bay of Plenty Times, Volume IV, Issue 367, 15 March 1876

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Bay of Plenty Times, Volume IV, Issue 367, 15 March 1876

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