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New Advertisements. FIRE ; FIRE ! ! FIRE !! ! |JI O W N HALL. THURSDAY, NOV. 27th, For Benefit of J. HYDE, Rendered by the musical people of Ashburton. Programme ; 1— Hallelujah Chorus, Ashburton Brass Band. 2 Part song, “Come to the fair,” from Martha, Glee Company, of 20 voices. 3 —Song, Mr. Dolman 4 Duet, “ List to the Convent Bells,” Misses A. Permain and E. Savage. 5 Song, Mr. H. Stephenson. 6 Aria, “In verdure clad,” Miss Strien 7 Song, Mr. Branson. 8— Trio, “ Life’s a bumper,” Messrs. Stephenson, Pickford, and Savage. 9 Song, Mr. Jacobson. 10— Song, Mr. Harrison. INTERVAL. Part ii. 11 — Selection, “ Pot Pourri,” Band. 12— Part song, “ Comrades in arms,” (Adolph Adam), Glee Company. 13— Song, Mr. Branson. 14— Recitation, Mr. Minnis. 15— Song, Mr. Harrison. 16— Duet, Piano and Cornet, “ Staccato polka,” (Bonnisson), Mrs, Paige and Master G. Savage. [ 17 —Song, Mr. Stephenson. 18— Quartette, Messrs. Branson, Pratt, Zouch, and Jacobson. 19— Song, Miss Strien. 20— “ God Save the'Queen.” The above Programme is subject to alteration. Mbs. Paige has kindly consented to accompany on the Pianoforte. Conductor, J. Savage. Town hall, ASHBURTON. TO-NIGHT (TUESDAY), NOV. 18, J. P. HYDES’ GEM, BURLESQUE, AND COMEDY COMPANY. At 8 o’clock precisely on the evening of the CATTLE SHOW. The curtain will rise to the Comedy of EUCHRED The GEM’S MUSICAL PORTFOLIO. Song W. Mac D. Alexander Choice Ballad ... Miss Lizzie Morgan “ Queen of Song.” Song and Dance ... By “Our Amy.” PETTIBONE’S TROUBLES. Selimi Pettibone ... Mr. J. P. Hydes Front Seats, 35.; Back, 2s. Change of Programme for Wednesday and 198 Thursday. SUBSCRIPTIONS received in aid of Mr Joseph Hyde and family of eight children, burned out by the fire on Saturday night, Nov. 15th. Further subscriptions will be received at the office of this paper. Friedlander Bros. Orr and Co Thos. Bullock ... ... J. Ivess J. Grigg ... Saunders Bros. ... Thos. Quill R. W. Shearman J. Shearman ... Weeks and Dixon J. Furness T. R. Hodder W. Tait E. Oookson W. St. Douglas M. Spillane T. White F. Elmsley E. Coffey R. Suckerer M. A. C. Geo. Parkin W. M'Donald (Dunedin) W. Montgomery and Co. A. Friend J. M. C G. Compton W. M. Taylor M. G Thos. Chambers Sando and Co. W. H. S, H. Lee W. S T. H Edmiston Bros, and Gundry A. J. R. W. Birtwell S S. Revans A, S. Strangman W. Anderson M. Nealas J. Quinn Thos. Taylor W. Patching A Friend Omega Hardley A Friend M. Jones Gaukrodger D. Williamson Mutch and M'Kenzie ... Mrs Butler Three friends A friend A. C. Reid Friend W. Power Total 0 10 1 1 0 3 0 10 1 1 0 10 0 3 0 10 3 3 0 10 0 5 1 1 0 10 2 0 5 0 5 0 10 0 5 0 10 1 1 0 5 0 10 0 5 0 5 0 10 0 10 0 5 0 5 0 10 0 2 0 10 0 7 0 2 0 10 0 2 0 10 50 5 6 THE Undersigned has the following Properties TO LET, with a purchas ing clause, or for sale on Liberal Terms of Payment 453 203 197 137 67 50 137 ACRES unimproved Land, about 24 miles north of the Ashburton Township. Acres improved Farm, first-class land and well watered, situated on Longbeach. ACRES on the Ashburton Forks, fenced and improved, also well watered. ACRES partly improved and situated about three miles from the township. ACRES near the above, unimproved. ACRES partly improved, near Winslow, THOMAS BULLOCK. WASTE PAPER for Sale, 3d. periu. at the Herald Office. Apply early. 590 1
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