of Ufa WELLINGTON s >SPOETS CARNIVAL \\..-.-"- •'■■'.. :.'-. '' AND' r ■'•■•■ ' GRAND ART UNION :-, BASIN BESipiVE, 22nd JANUARY; 1898 i ."".-1 (Wellmgton Anniversary). Spouts Oabnivai, Committee.—Chairman, Mr Hon. Treasurer, Mr J. Dakiel; Messrs hj! S. Spiers, A. Geary, W. O. Marter, J. O. lane, E. L. Seager, and H.Atkinßon. CteiJNG EVENTS, £163 r Under N.Z.O.A. Rules, £Bllos, SIX EVENTS, Including HANDICAP, m- _ £25, £lO, £3, £l. Under L.N.Z.W. Eules. £Bllos SIX EVENTS. •' Including- - " r WHEEL' RACE, £25, £lO, £3, £l. SPECIAL NOTE. Cyclists are particularly requested to note that special care will be taken in laying off the tracV,whichi will also be well rolled for some dayrbefore the meeting. A committee of wellfinally laid off. . ;running~events, £36 3s (Under Kales). * Vl1 " . r HANDICAP, ~ ' £ls 15s, * Three dtstances-100,220, and 440 jards. Ladies' Bracelet Half-mile Handioa]?.— Bracelet, value £5 ss, £2 2d, £1 Is. " : Intee-College Challenge Cop, value £l2 (for Pupils of Colleges and High Schools). Four distances—loo, 220, 440, 800 yards; For full programme (copies of which may be had at Princes street), particulars of ies and* Evening Post'of Saturday, 23rd October. A. H. LOGAN, Secretary, !':.■'■ 21 Willis street, Wellington. GEANI) ART UNION (By Speoial Permission of Colonial Secretary), To be Drawn at the Opera-house on WEDNESDAY, 25th JANUARY, 1898. 25 MAGNIFICENT PICTURES. The Pictures will be on view early in January. Various firms have offered very valuable presents to the w.'nners of the different piizes. L The Piano Company, Wellington, | oflVr.the winner of the first prize the ohoioe of Sons Piano, each of whloh is valued at £llO. -Messrs Inglis Bros, offer the winners of the Rpftnnrl and M»:. n . u d.i.i_l » i» ». valued at £3l and ,£3O respectively. .Messrs Jenkinson and Co. offer the winners of the j third and fifth prizes a specially-built Champion and a " Cleveland," valued at £3O and £27 respectively. i>^ w f nt ?»S ther P re Bents varying in value from £2O to £2 are offered to the winners of the other 20 prizes by other firms. Tickets only Is each, which inoludes AdmlsBion to the Sports. Single ticket sent to any address on receipt of Is in stamps and stamped envelope for reply. Books containing 23 tickets sent anywhere on receipt of £l. Agents; Messrs Jacobs (Princes street) and M'Queen (Ueorge street), Dunedin. Reliable agents wanted in any place where no agents already appointed. SPEOIAL NOTE. In the event of the Pianos, Bicycles, or any of the other Presents not being to the liking of the winners of any of the prizep, the Committee undertake to find purchasers for the same at their specified value, less 15 per cent, commis. sion, within one week from date of drawing. All communications and remittances to bo addressed to A. H. LOGAN, [ 21 Willis street, Wellington. **'
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