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Wairarapa Hunt STEEPLECHASE MEF.TING, TO bo hold on the TARATAIJI-CAR-TERTON RACING CLUB'S COURSE on Thursday, 31st August; 1911. Btartor: Mr R. 11. Skipwith. Judgo : Mr E. G. Harris. Ilandicappor : Mr UJic Shannon. PROGRAMME. 1. HutmsKB 1 Handicap llubdlbb, of £10, occond horso to receive £2 from etakes. About 1 J miles. For qualified hunters only. Minimum weight list. Entry 10b. 'Jo start at 12.30 p.m. 2. Waikakai'A Hunt Sthbplechabb Hamuoai , , of £15, second horHo £3 from slakes. About 2\ miles. For horses only that havo qualified with the Wairarapa Hunt. during season 1911, and to be ridden by members of any qualified Hunt holding a gentleman rider's certificate, or eligible for an emergency rider's certificate. Minimum weight list. Entry 15s. To start at 1.50 p.m. 3. Hack Handicap Flat Raob, of £10, w second horso £2 from stake. About 5 furlongs. Minimum weight 9st. Entry 10s. To start at 1.10 p.m. 4. Takataiii Stekpleciiasr Handicap, of £15, second horse £3 from slakes. About 3 miles. For qualified hunters only. Minimum weight list. Entry 15s. To start at 2.30 p.m. 5. Ladies' Bracelet Handicap (Flat), a lady's bracelet valued at £G 6s, second horse a trophy' valued at £3 3s. About 1] miles For horses only that havo qualified with the Wairarapa Hunt during season 1911, and to bo ridden by a member of the Wairarapa Hunt holding a gtntlemau rider's certificate or eligible for an emergency rider's certificate. To be nominated by a lady. Minimum weight list, Entry 10s. To start at 3.10 p.m. 6. FiNAL Ftkbplechasb Handicap, of £10, eocond horse £2 from the slakes. For qualified hunters only. About 2 miles. Minimum weight list. Entry 10s. To start at 4 p.m. All races run under Now Zealand Rules of Racing. Tho winner of the Wairarapa Hunt Steoplechaso to carry a penalty of 101b in the Taratahi SteeplechaFe. AM Entries close with tho SecrotarJP (P.O. Box 145, Master ton) at 9 p.m. on Saturday, 19th August, 1911. Weights will bo declared about WEDNESDAY, 22nd August. N. H. JAMES, Secretary, Masterton. Submitted and approved.—A. E. Whytk, Secretary Wellington Racing Club. 11th July, 1911. R. BROWN, Valuer, Land, Estate, & Insurance Agent, Bank or Nhw Zealand Chambbrb, Mastbeton. Property Representative: D.B.THOMSON. A SNIP. "I iT\4\d\ ACRES of good level agricultural land. Situated only & miles from railway station and close to good saloyards. The property is well-fenced and subdivided into 10 paddocks. Buildings comprise a now 6-roomed house, telephone, woolshed, stable and shed. Ilin property ie woll watered and could ba divided into 2 farms. Price, £12 10s per annum. Term& can be arranged. -| O/\ ACRES of good land, adjoining JLOw township suitable- for a retire gont oman. Buildings comprise a nice houW of 6 rooms, hot and cold water service, large verandah on two eides, also small greenhouse. The grounds are all well laid out around tho houso and comprise a lawn, flower garden, ehrubbery, orchard and vegetable garden. Full particulars on applica- , tion. Price only £25 por acre. Terms £3850 cash. MONEY on Freehold Becurity. INSURANCES of all kinds. FLsUEINTZOL, DRIVES AWAY INFLUENZA I Coughs, Colds nml till Throat Aficotion^Bf Contains neither alcohol, narcotic, nor any deleterious drug. I All Chcniist» J aiid Stores - - M 4t In FBOOTOIDS ... GURU . . - HEADACHE. INDIGESTION CONSTIPATION AND BILIOUSNESS. PLEASANT, Reliable, Safe and Enote/naful. Splendid for the Lirar. The < Beßt Aperient. Prfae, tIB a Bottlca* Bold by Ohemietß and Medicine Vendoro, and by tho Proprietor, ■ W. G. BEAKNE, Chemist, Qbsloho, Victoeu. tf.25. Bbastob Owiob: No. 11, Firat Fltcr HUME'S BUILDINGS, Witus-nm^

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 7, Wairarapa Daily Times, Volume LXIV, Issue 11117, 12 August 1911

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