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\ GRAND DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES OF .JEWELRY, ■ ■ W BROAD §E N T AND EAS T , Under the Art Union Principle. Takes place ,a,t .SWEENEY'S HOTEL, CHRIST MA£ EV E. 330 Tickets— £l each. PRIZES. 1 Elegant gold watch, jewejlecl with eight diamonds, can be used as hunting or open face, No. 34131 £30 0 2 Bracelet, brooch, and earrings ... 24 0 3 Brooch and earrings, very chaste 20 0 4 Handsome snake pattern diamond ring " ... • ... 10 10 5 &old albert guard, with diamond slide . ... 12 12 6 Gold hunting watch, eight jewels, Ko. 10G75 10 10 7 Colonial gold albert guard ... 8 0 S ;Silyer hunting watch, six holes jeweled, chronometer balance, Hy. Clark, maker, London, No. 15347 ' ""...' ... 10 0 9 Lady's colonial gold, guard ... 10 0 10 Handsome silver dial watch, •with gohl .centre, and jeweled in four holes, IS' 0. lUI2 '/.". 710 1 1 Lady's gold guard ... 710 12 "Very strong silver lever bunting 'watch, ISo. 4058 ... 710 1,3 Superior Englisli clock, sixteeninch dial, suitable forh.otels, &c, 12 10 14 Elegant three- stoned diamond "'' ring ... ... " ... S 0 15. Elegant ring, with diamond and rubies '„. ... ... 7 0 16 Silver leyer watch, silver dial, - wjth gold centre, gold balance, £oj.jr holes jeweled, No. 1557 710 17 Colonial;-made fuschia leaf earrings " ..." ... ... 210 18 Dodo leaf earrings ... ... 2 0 19 Blue enamel gold limiting watch, inlaid with diamonds ... 12 12 20 Colonial-made brooch, with leaf coyer, holds two portraits ... 5 0 21 Gentleman's diamond ring ... 11 11 22 Silver lever hunting watch, 4069 710 23 Superior English -made clock ... 12 0 24 Colonial.-made bxopch, leaf, and pearl ... ... ... 4 0 25 Gentleman's colonial-made carbuncle ring ... .. 310 26 Colonial-made leaf brooch, with kangaroo ... ... 3 0 27 Handsome blue enamel ring, with opal stone ... .. 310 2S Silver jcs.li): watch, jewelled in four hoj.es, gold balance, No. 1556 "... 710 29 Colon jal gold locket ... ... 210 30 Do do do, with square and compass ... ... ... 2 0 31 Do do leaf earrings, in morroco case ... ... ..... 210 32 Do do necklet ... ... 2 0 33 Do do earrings ... ... 115 34 Blue enamel and gold brooch, for portraits ... ... ... 3 0 35 Gold brooch, with coral, in nior-1-o.co case .., ..,. ... 110 36 Gold brooch, plain ... . . 15 37 Gold pencil case, with leads ... 2 0 38 Lady's torquois five-stone ring ... 110 39 Lady's pearls aud emeralds ... 110 40 Lady's opal, emerald, and garnet 110 41 Gold hunting watch, No. 3161 ... 10 10 42 Lady's gold cluster ring ... 1 .10 43 Gentleman's gold locket pin, with pearl ... ... ... 115 44 Genj^euian's gold locket pin, with emerahl ... ... 1 10 45 Gold enamel pin, with pearl ... 1 5 46 Gold horseshoe pin, and dog's head ... ... ... 15 47 Gold unity pin, with bird ... 110 43 Silver lever hunting watch, four holes jeweled, No. 34,140 ... 710 49 Greenstone brooch, our own make ... ... ... 3 10 00 Greenstone brooch, our own make ... ... ... 310 Total ... £339 P Tickets to be obtained at BROADBEN-T and EAST, where tho Prizes are nowpn view. rr\HE FIRST ANNUAL HOKITIKA JL RACES Will takf place 011 MONDAY, 31st December; TUESDAY, Ist January ; and WEDNESDAY, 2nd January, Over a good circular Course, in an open Grass Paddock, which has been specially and carefully cleared, ' on the property of B. Clapcott, Esq., just across the Hokitika River, and scarcely twenty minutes distance from town. £600 TO BE RUN FOR ! ! !. AND FIVE EVENTS EACH DAY, Every Race but one open to Greyinoufcji District fiorscs, iuui the major part of the Programme confined to West Coast Residents, Diggers, Packers, Butchers, &c. All Entries must be made on Friday, 2Sth inst. N.B.— For Programmes, Stewards, and all particulars, vide Wcvt Coast Times, Em\i\W Star, and small bills ; or. apply personally 'or by letter to the undersigned, at the Criterion Hotel, • FRED. D. HAMILTON. Sec. and Clerk of the Course. TySSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. The partnership hitherto existing between Samuel Haisty and AVilliam Campbell, carrying on business in the Cenuncrcja} Hptel, Twelve Mile Landing, Province of Nelson, has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. The business will in future be carried on by AVilliam Campbell, who Avill receive and pay all debts. WILLIAM CAMPBELL. „ . > SAMUEL iIAISTY. Hg-Wituess.— Joh^ .AVatkinK

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Grey River Argus, Volume III, Issue 147, 20 December 1866

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Grey River Argus, Volume III, Issue 147, 20 December 1866

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