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CORPORATION NOTICES. HALF-HOLIDAY. THE OTAGO AGRICULTURAL AND PASTOR AL SHOW. " RESPECTFULLY REQUEST the Citizens . to OBSERVE the AFTERNOON of THURSDAY, the 25th inst. (the People's Day), as a HALF-HOLIDAY from noon, and that those Shopkeepers who usually Close on Wednesday Afternoon will CLOSE THEIR PLAOE3 OF BUSINESS on the Thursday instead. HUGH GOUBLEY, ■. Mayor. Dunedin, 19th November, 1897. FOR SALE, son's Bay road. A First-class MANURE for Farm Lands, etc. For particulars apply to the Gas Engineer at the Gasworks. WM, B. TAYLOR, j Town Clerk. Dunedin, 13tn November, 1897. spoktinci. DUNEDIN JOCKEY CLUB. < SPRING MEETING, 24th, 26th, 27th NOVEMBER. OTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ' BOOKMAKERS, TOTE BETTORS, or DISQUALIFIED PERSONS will NOT BE ADMITTED to the Club's Grounds, Forbuiy Park, during above meeting. Any of the above PURCHASING or OBTAINING A TICKET OF ADMISSION in any way DOES SO AT HIS OWN RISK, and should he GAIN ADMITTANCE to the Grounds will be WARNED OFF and PRO3EOUTED for Trespass. By Order. SYDNEY JAMES, Secretary. DUNEDIN RACES. NOVEMBER 24, 26, 27. URST-CLASS LUNCHEON at the GRAND 1 STAND BOOTH at a MODERATE CHARGE. B2ST LIQUORS SUPPLIED. MRS VANNINI, Caterer. DUNEDIN JOCKEY CLUB. SPRING RACES, FORBURY PARK, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY, and SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24tb, 26th, 27th. Fmt Race starts each day at 12.45. Admission : Grand Stand, 10s; Public Stand, Is; Grounds, 13. Grand Stand Tickets obtainable at Jacob&'s or Mendelsohn's. Ladies' Tickets may be purchased bv Members at Club's Office at 5s each. Entrance by Main Gate only. Trams, Cabs, and Drags from Manse street corner every few minutes. SYDNEY JAMES, Secretary. DUNEDIN JOCKEY CLUB. SPECIAL NOTICE. ~TIHE ONLY GATE OPEN FOR ADMISJ_ SION to the Grounds during Spring Meeting is the Main Entrance at Tram Terminus. All other gates CLOSED. SYDNEY JAMES, Seoretary. IAHUNA PARK TROTTING AND RACING CLUB. SUMMER MEETING. MONDAY (Boxing Day) and WEDNESDAY. DECEMBBR 27, 29. PROGRAMME". FIRST DAY : 1-FIRST MAIDEN HANDICAP (in Saddle). Distance : Two miles. Of 25 sovs. Socond horse to receive 5 sovs from the stages. Open to all horses that have never won a trotting race (private matches excepted). Nomination, 10a; acceptance, 12a 6J. 2-SUMMER PONY HANDICAP (in Saddle). Distanoo 5 Ons milo and a-half. Of 25 sovs. Second pony to receive S sovs from the stakes. For ponies 14.1 hands and u jdor. Nomination, IQ3 ; acceptance, 12s od, 3-BOXING DAY HANDICAP (ia Saddle). Distance: Two miles. Of 70 govs. Seoond horse to rrceivo 10 sovs and the third 5 sovs from the stakes. Nomination, 20s 5 acceptance, 30a.-4-SELLING HANDICAP (in Harness). Distance: One milo and a-half. Of 25 sovs. The winnrr to become the property of the Club and sold by auction, and the whole proceeds to go to the funds. Nomination, 10s j acceptance, 12s 6d. 5-DOMAIN HANDICAP (in Harness). Distance: Two miles. Of 70 sovs. Second horse to receive 10 sovs and the third 5 sovs from the stakes. Nomination, 20s; acceptance, 30s. 6-DECEMBER PONY HANDICAP (In Saddle). Distance' : Two miles. Of 25 sovs. Second pony to receive 5 sovs from the stakes. For ponies 14.1 hands and under. Nomination, 10s; acceptance, 12s 6d. 7-DASH HANDICAP (in Saddle). Distance: One milo. Of 30 sovs. Second horse to receive 7 sovs from tbo stakes. Nomination, 12a 6d ; acceptance, 12s 61. 8-ELKCTRIO HANDICAP (in Harness). Distance: One mile. Of 30 sovs. Second horse to receive 7 sovs from the stakes. Nomication, 12s 6.1; acceptance, 12s 6d. SECOND DAY: I—SECOND MAIDEN HANDICAP (in Saddle). Distance: One mile and a-half. Of 20 sovs. Open to all horses that have never won a trotting race (private matches excepted). Nomination, 10s; acceptance, 10s. 2 -HOLIDAY PONY HANDICAP (in Harness). Distance: Two miles. Of 25 sovs. Seoond pony to receive 5 sovs from the stakes. For ponies 14.1 hands and under. Nomination, 10a; acceptance, 12s 6d. 3-FIRST MAIDEN HANDICAP . (in Harness). Distance: Two miles. Of 20 sovs. Open to all horses that have never won a trotting race in harness. Nomination, 10s; acceptance, 10s. 4-NEW YEAR'S HANDICAP (in Saddle). Distance: One mile and a-half. Of 50 sovs. Second horse to receive 10 sovs from the stakes. Nomination, 20a j acceptance, 20s. . • 5-NOVEL HANDICAP (in Saddle). Distance : Two milt s. Of 20 sovs. The winner to become the property of the Club and sold by auction, and the whole proceeds to go to the funds. Nomination, 10s; acceptance, 10s. 6-ST. KILDA HANDICAP (in Harness). Distance: Two miles. Of 50 sova. Second horse to receive 10 sovs from the stakes. Nomination, 20s ; acceptance, 20s. 7-FINAL PONY HANDICAP (in Saddle). Distance: One mile and a half. Of 20 sovs. For ponies 14.1 hands and under. domination, 10s; acceptance, 10s 8-FAREWELL HANDICAP (in Saddle). Distance: One mile. Of 25 sovs. Second horse to receive 5 sovs from the stakes. Nomination, 10s; acceptance, 12s 6d. AND ACCEPTANCES. ' ■ "*' Ist December (Wednesday), Nominations for all events, 10 p.m. 10th December (Friday), Handicaps declared for First Day. 18th December (Saturday), Acceptances for all events First Day, lOtp.m. 23th December (Tuesday), Handicaps declared for Second Day at noon. 28th December (Tuesday), Acceptances all events Second Day,B p.m. H. L. JAMES, " Seoretary. P.S.—Trotting sulkies to'be obtained on application.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 10476, 20 November 1897

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 10476, 20 November 1897

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