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Page 6 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 15656, 21 November 1914
SPORTING. WAIKOUAITI RACING CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING, *"- " To bo Held on THE DOMAIN COURSE (One Mile Round), FRIDAY, JANUARY Ist, 1915. Programme Approved by Metropolitan Club and the N.Z. Trotting Association. President, Allen S. Orbell, Esq.; vice-presi-dents—P. Byrne, Esq., P. Toomey, Esq., Jas. M'Gill, Esq., K. Templeton, Esq"; stewards—Messrs B. Aitchieson, H. S. Allcock, T. J. Allcock, Jas. Brown M. Byrne, G. Carting, Jas. Jones, Jas. Maxwell, D. M'Gregor, J. Puddy, J. H. Rochfort, and Jaa. Summers; hon. judge, Mr R. Templeton; hon. clerk of scales, Mr M. Byrne; starter, Mr R. Harley; hon. timekeeper, Mr J. Sligo; hon. treasurer, Mr Jas. M'Gill- handicappers —Messrs J. E. Henry 3, H. Brinknian; hon. olerk of course, Mr G. Carling; hon. secretary, Mr George E. Charlton. PROGRAMME. 1. MAIDEN PLATE HANDICAP (5 Furlongs), of 55sovs; second horso lOsovs from the stake. For horses that have never won a race of 25sovs or over. Nomination, 15a. Acceptance, 20s. 2. WAIKOUAITI CUP (14 Miles), of 110 sovs; first horse £9O, second horse £ls, third horso £5. Nomination, 25a. Acceptance, 355. 3. NEW YEAR TROT (Uj Milos), of 90sovs; first horse £7O, second horse £ls, third horso £5. Nomination, 20s. Acceptance, 30s Weight: Horses, 10 stone; Ponies (14.2 hands and -under), 9 stone. 4. BRAY MEMORIAL (6 Furlongs), of 65 sovs; second horse lOsovis from the stake. Xomination, 20s. Acoeptance, 255. 5. WELTER HANDICAP (7 Furlongs), of 65sovs; second horse lOsovs from the stake. Nomination, 20s. Acceptance, 255. 6. HA.WKSBURY HANDICAP (6 Furlongs), of 80isovs; second horso, 12sovs from th? stake. Nomination, 20s. Acceptance, 30s. 7. RAILWAY TROT (1 Mile), of - 75sovg; first horso £6O, second horso £lO, third horse £5. Nomination, 20s. Acceptance, 255. Weight: Horses, 10 stone; Ponies (14.2 hands and under), 9 stone. 8. FAREWELL HANDICAP (Hack Conditions, 5 Furlongs), of 60sovs; second horse lOsovs from the stake. Nomination, 20s. Acceptance, 20s. NOMINATIONS: FRIDAY, 4th December. HANDICAPS: MONDAY, 14th December. ACCEPTANCES CLOSE MONDAY, 21st - December. (N.B.—See Rules Racing, Part XVI., Rule *■) " RULES.—Handicaps in Flat Races to bo based on a Minimum of 7st 71b. The winner of any Race aftor declaration of weight may be rebandicapped. All Races to be run under Rules of Racing as laid down by the N.Z. Racing Conference and N.Z. Trotting Association. AW Entries and Acceptances W> Vie addressed to the Hon. Secretary, Waifcouaiti, or care of H. L. James, Esq., Dunedin; entrance money enclosed; and must state name, age. color, pedigree; and in Trots performances of horses not known to the handicapper; also name of owner and trainer, and colore to be worn by ihc rider. GEO. E. CHARLTON. Hon. Secretary. Box 13, Waikouniti. FOEBURY PARK TROTTING CLUB. SPRING MEETING. 27th and 28th November, 1914. A CCEPTANCES for ALL EVENTS | A First Dav CLOSE at 9 p.m. on SATURDAY, 21st November. H. L. JAMES, Secretary. i MONEY TO LEND. [7"E HAVE SPECIAL SUMS OF TRUST MONEYS—£SOO. £I,OOO, and £I.SOO—FOR INVESTMENT ON MORTGAGE AT PER CENT. PER ANNUM. S7KVWRTGHT. JAMES, AND NJCHOL. MEETINGS. OTAGO GENERAL LABORERS UNTON. A SPECIAL and GENERAL MEETING -t"V of the above-named Union will be Ivld at the Union's H:ill. 95 Stuart strecr, Dunedin, on WEDNESDAY EVENING, 25th November, 1914, at 8 o'clock. Business : 1. Amendment of Rule 6. 2. General. Everv member requested to attend. .M. M'ALLEN. BOROUGH OF WEST HARBOR. 1 ' PUBLIC! MEETING of Residents of L RavenslKHirne and Rothe&av will be held in Coronation Hall <>u TUESDAY First, the 24th, at 8 p.m., to consider the advisnblcncss of Establishing a Fire. Board or lire Brigade. JAR. R. BLACKIE, Mayor. UNITED STARR-BOWKETT BUILDING SOCIETY. WEDNESDAY, 2nd December, 8 p.m.. Society's Office, Stock Exchange Buildings. VI ZLfifl THREE GKOUI'.S. Sale No. Sbl.OW 1. Hallot No. 2. Ballot No. 5. Join our New Group (now nearly complete) and take part. 1 HUGH MITCHELL. SewcUrv. DIVIDENDS. NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LTD. DIVIDEND WARRANTS for the Halfvear ended 30th September, 1914, are NOW OBTAINABLE. H. E. WILLIAMS, General Manager. 18th November, 1914. BOARD AND RESIDENCE:. [ACKSON'S Prirate Hotel, Dowling street, •J Dianer 12 till 2; Tea, sto 7; Social! and Parties catered for; committee room. First-class Accommodation Visitors. GLADSTONE HOUSE, Moray place ('phone 2,180). —Best Accommodation visitors; personal • supervision. Moss and M'Phereon. "\7"OUNG Gentleman requires private, BedJL Sitting Room and Board; central; state terms. "Comfort," 'Star,' 'Dunedin. f~n7~Vif.it.ors during XL Show Week, near Tahuna Park. Apply 80 Queen's Drive. Musselburgh.- ' George street (near Alnany street). J —Vacancy for Two or Three homely Gentlemen: bath, piano; serin-? moderate. TANTEI)~, by Gentleman and daughter (age 18) superior Home in good private family during college Vacation, two months, December to Febrtiarv. Address Mr Find lay, Box 275, Dtincdin. WANTED, young Man Hoarder, private family, "Queen's Drive, Musselburgh. For address apply Bungalow Tea Rooms, St. Kida. LOST AND FOUND. WILL Pavty -vho -jok Bicycle by mistake from paleyards, Maclaggan street, call " Publisher," "'Star' Office, and get his own WILL Person seen Picking up Brown sill; >ports Coat, yesterday kindly Return to Irvine and Stevenson, Killcul street, Dunedin. and save further trouble. L~OST~ Tuesday. 3rd insr., pair Goldrimmed Pince-nez; chain attached. Return Reid and Bundle, solicitors; reward. " OST or Stolen, Chnstcnurch, Sunday, J Bth, Sable-and-black Pomeranian Pup; I reward; detainer prosecuted. " Warra wee," J Norfolk street, St. Clair. WASTE PAPER. WASTE PAPER FOTI lu lots to Suit Purcbas •STJIB,'- qfhce.
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