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EACB MBPING , _^ TOBXSStIf 1 ' f ,,'' ON HHE OP^fi^jPfct^AKfe MONDAY, 2nd 1888. To commeace at 11 a.m. sharp. President— Major Tuke.'Vice-Preaidents —Capt. Capel and P. A. Breach, Esq. Judge— D. Knight, Esq. StarterMr. E. R. Morgan. Clerk of the Course— Mr. W. Fowler. Clerk of the Scales— Mr. J. H. Newman. Handicappers >— Messrs, E. B. Morgan/ B. H. Seccombe, and ,M. .Calendar., Stewards— Messrs. W. W. Middleton,' J. H. Newman,. .W. Rogers, fi. Langtrj, if. Carrol/,' B. fi. Morgan. J. TB.cK.eazie.7>. QraaLj. s«ir^6& akd b. b. te. ttja/a<. • y.^ 1 )/ m PROGRAMME, v V. , 1. HaWDIOAP HUBDLI RAOPO^IS(BOn. 2 miles; overweight flights; of .hopples 3fi;6in high, ; Second : ho|^e , to saiv« c stakes. Nomination, 10s ; acceptance, ss. To start at 11a.m. 2. Hack: Httsdlb Rack df 5 advs. 1 mile. Weight, 9 stone. Entrance fee* ss. ' To start »t 11.30 jtaY. r .' ! 3. Maiden Plate of 8 soys. H miles. Weight for age. .'Open rtoiijlS [horses which have never won advertised money, back races expepteA. Entranbe, Br. To start at 12 noon. 4. Maosi Hax?k ;Race oi 3 «ojra. ,^Two miles. Catch weights. J O^en tp bon& fide Maori riders' and borseß thattave never won advertised money. < <Entrance, 3s. To 'start at 12.30 p\m. 5. Opunakb Racin<j Cltjb Handicap of 25 aovs j Second horsa to receive 5 soys out of the sjtakefl, Two miles. Nomination, 158; Acceptance, 103. To start at 1.30 p.m. 6. Handicap' Distance. Ti«)T of ,10. bovb; second horse to* receive 2 bqv&' oac q( C&« states. Tftwe mf{««. Nomination, 7s 6d; acceptance, 2a 6d. Td start at 2 p.m. 1 ' • \ 7. Opva Sxaxcs Handicap of 10 soys. One mile. Weights will be- declare^ after the Racing C luD . Handicap. Nomination, 7a' 6d : acceAtapce, 2s 6d. To start at 2.30 p.d. 1 r * { 8. Hack Race of 5 sovs\ ' One mile. Catch weights. ' Entrance; ' ss. To startat 3 p.m. » ' 9. District Handicap of 15 sovs^ \\ miles. Open to horses 6wdeu >|r <£aring the past three months By reaidebts between Stoneyand Otakeho (Birers. Nqmipption, 10a 4 ■ *cceptqpcp, sb. To' start at 3.30 p.m. „ ( „ 10. Consolation Ha^dmap of 5 soys. One mile. : Nomination's 6d ; accept* ance, 2s 6d. To start' at 4 p.m. 'f o Nominations ' for the Handicap Hurdle Bace, the Sacing" Oltib Handicap, and Distrust Handicap will close on the '28fcn December,' 'at 8 p.m. Acceptances on the course^ half an hour before the if ace J " * „ r Nominations fbr the Handicap Distance Trot close after the Maideu Plate. " Jir All other entries to 1)6 tirade qti tnBCOUTBB. ! ,' Handicaps will appear I1 ' ' iri" the Haweba Stab of the 30th and 31st Deeembe*, 1887. ! ' l | (1 j Qualification fe« ? 1.0 a . (! Maoris excepted in Maori races.' fvo The Rules of the Taranaki JockeyClub will be adhered to as far as practicable. ' ;' f Protests must be lodged with tHe Secretary, in writing, ''immediately after the event, with a deposit df 10*, which will be forfeited if the protest is deemed frivolous. All entries to be sealed Jnd addressed to the Secretary, Opunake, entrance money enclosed, with the name, age, at time of entry * and performancesof the horse, name of the owner, and colors of the ridei. • A " hack " to be a horse that has never won an advertised race, nor entered for any race at this meeting, nack races excepted. , t i No entry for any. race will be received except on these conditions; — that all disputes, claims, and objections arising out of the racing shall be decided by a majority .of;, the Stewards present ot tjiose wbomrthey 1 may appoint. Their decision upon all points connected, with, the carrying out of this programme' shall be final. , r r AdnfisAiW to' cbiiriJe— TPoa^ It; horses, 2s ; members and owners, by passes to be obtained ftom theljon. Secretary. ' * '' ol (17/ !L ' r n '' GBO. W. BOGERS, Hon. Sec. pEAND ABT TTNIO I^ (By permission of the Colonial Secretary.) A Grand Abt TTnion of Inlaid, Overlaid, and Fretw;orfc» comprising 40 pieces of handsome Works of Art of the choicest New Zealand woods. 300 TICKETS AT gs/ EACH. ' ' ' Prize. Ist. Handsome Italian Cabinet, inlaid front with glass and inlaid door, one inlaid drawer and inlaid back, with six inlaid drawers inside •f n o Sad. Large inlaid and overlaid Ladies' Workbox „[ , 3rd. Large inlaid and overlaid Ladies'' Workbox 4th. Inlaid and fretwork Jewel Casket " * sth. Inlaid Jewel Casket 6th. Ladies' inlaid and overlaid fVorfcbox 7th. Large Clock Case -with stand, fret- ' work 'A ( ) JVf Bth. Large Cleck Case with Statofc, fretwork , . . . T , "" 9th. Square Inlaid TAble, with draught: board top > ( f .. •• „,, -^nloth. Ladies' Handsome Round Work 21th. Ladies' Handsome j^aand Work Table, inlaid 12th. Large inlaid (Picture; 'Frame i 13th. Large inlaid Picture Frame 14th. Large inlaid Picture Frames \,-,\ 15th. Clock Case with Stand, fretwork 16th. Swiss Clock Case 17th. Pair Beok Shelves , :18th^Pair Book ShelvAl LL r L Jl ' ? 19th. Photo Franie and Book Shelf 20th. Ladies' / vFatcnstand t aida ) Cardßtand 21st. Wall Pocket and Portrait Frame 22nd. Pair Wall Pockets 23rd. Wall Bracket and Photo Frame - '-■'■■ 24th. Pair Portrait Frames 26th. Fair Wall Brackets j,,) 2Bbh. l>eriVa Matchbox and Wbeelbacraw 27th. Pair Wall Pockets 28th. Wall Bracket 29th. Wall Bracket 30th. Photo Frame / - _4* <> rjr The whole to be «n view at tnf shop next to Honeyfield' ataxies.; New Plymouth, on arid after Saturday, the Bra December. ' THe Drawihg^ Will take pWe/early in the New Yea*; time and place of #hicbPwill be dulyjiotrfied. < , ci'i/luMim/f — COJ ..., Ticket^ to be had ; at[Profea«pr, Furlong's and Jtfr^jGMlmpur!a, I)/eYoJBrarr«e*^(-.r/: Postal notes taken. Enclose two atampß far reply, fidl Jettetß adcLteßied to • r --- < G. FINCHAM/OiSiira. i> '•-.•' ' ■'-„ ->' : >' ">'> 1 .. ■; ■!'•!- ot)i: j>Axm^ffmf & PABCBs-f -X. . , TAGS , on , sale , at, the Btab Offoe. v

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Hawera & Normanby Star, Volume IX, Issue 1797, 5 December 1887

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Hawera & Normanby Star, Volume IX, Issue 1797, 5 December 1887

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