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Caledonian Games. \ j To take place inJiMr.~Garner"s Paddock!, ':; -■. tc- Putiki^dnTthe " ?. ,j Ist JANUARY, 1868. j PkesidentO-J. CAMERON^Esq;, J;P. VICE-PRESIDENT--W. HfWATT M.P.C. : •.-. , 1. Pibroch, l§t and 2nd prizes of £7 and v ; Entrance, Ss^ ■. :<:,._ •;.,.,•- ( i 2. Best dressedzkighlaridep, Ist and 2nd ■m of £s:and £2. Entrance, ss. ] 3. Reel of Tulloch, lstand 2nd prizes of ;£2/ ; and£l v ;.En.trance,\2s:Bd. \ 4. Putting- the Heavy Stone, Ist, 2nd, i - and 3rd prizes "of £3, £2, and £1: | ~ Entrance, £s. 6d. .... 5. Throwing, the Heavy <Hanimer, Ist, . .-2nd, and 3rd prizes" of £3,- £2, and £1. Entrance, 2s 6d. . 6. One: Mile 'Racej =■ Ist, 2nd,: and. 3rd prizes of £4, £2, and £1. Env trance, ss. . j ; 7. Highland Fling-, in costume* Island 2nd prizes of: £3''and £2. En-.-trance, ss. 8. Boy's Race, under 1.4 years of iig-e. lM,"2nd,";3rdV"and'4th"pm'es"df "£2, £1, ;£l, 10s, and 10s. Entrance. 2s and 6d. ? 9. Vaulting with' a^pole, Ist* 2nd,and 3rd prizes of £3, £2, and £1. Entrance, ss. 10. Tossing- the Caber, Ist, 2nd, and 3rd prizes of £3, £2, and £1. Entrance, OS. i 11. Hurdle Race, 3 times round the course, imrdles Bft. 6in.-;j Ist, 2nd, and 3rd prizes of £3. £2, and £1. Entrance, ss. 12. Gillie Callum, Ist and 2nd prizes of £3 and £2. Entrance, ss. ; 13. Standing- Jump, Ist and 2nd prizes *~6f £2 and £1.. Entrance, 2s 6d. 14. Running High _.I.cap, Ist and 2nd prizes of £2 and £1. Entrance 15. Wrestling Body ■; Hold; Ist and 2nd .-■ . prizes:of £3 and £2. Entrance, ss. 16. Sack Race, Ist,: 2nd, and 3rd prizes of' £2, £1, and 10s. Entrance, 2s 6d. 17. Tilting at the Ring on "Horseback, : Ist, 2ndj a.nd%d prizes of £10, £5, and £3. Entrance, 10s. , The, above Sports will commence at 11 o'clock prompt. , : . / R. S. LOW, : . Secretary. December 5, 1867.; Caledonian Society. BE SOLD by public auction, on TUESDAY, 10th DECEMBER, At the Albion Hotel, at 3 o'clock, p.m., The' Sites for "Grand Stifnd' arid two other Booths, and the-Gate Fees. r;s.£ow, ; ....;; Secretary.. \ Snainrock Hiotel, PATEA. rr HE large additions to the above llt* -;! esfablishmentibeing litiw completed, the proprietor takes this opportunity of thanking- his lifyatrons^-an<i''' the '-'puWie g-enerally, for the kind support hitherto ac'cofdedu:t6 andifurtlierJ^ii^g^ito state that.the Hotel is now replete with dver^JdCbnWnieb'cea andt^otilfor^hfor the travelling public who may favour him with their patronage. a-^ "Wines and Spirits bflsiipeiior quality. IEnglish and Colonial Ales> Porter, &c. " First-Clasa StablingtorlHorses. I; . CHARGER, MODERATE. An open-stalledj i stabje-^raccomrmodatipn for twenty-tliree horses—free .-ofv iCharge,l .•■:-' • ■. JOHN CASEY, _ ':'• ~-.-;- Proprietor. Patea, Noverober 13th/ 1867.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Wanganui Herald, Volume I, Issue 161, 6 December 1867

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Wanganui Herald, Volume I, Issue 161, 6 December 1867

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