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New Advertisements; FIRE ! FIRE !! FltiS !! ! |J| O W N HALL. THURSDAY, NOV. 27th, For Benefit of J. HYDE, Rendered by the musical people of Ashburton. Programme : I—Hallelujah Chorus, Ashburton Brass Band. —Part song, “Come to the fair,” from Martha, Glee Company, of 20 voices. —Song, Mr. Dolman -—Duet, “ List to the Convent Bells,” Misses A. Permain and E. Savage. —Song, Mr. H. Stephenson. —Aria, “In verdure clad,” Miss Strien 7 Song, Mr. Branson. 8— Trio, “Life’s a bumper,” Messrs. 1 Stephenson, Pickford, and Savage. —Song, Mr. Jacobson. 10—Song, Mr. Harrison. INTERV U.. Part ir. 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. Mrs. Paige has kindly consented to accompany on the Pianoforte. Conductor, J. Savage. IMPORTANT NOTICE. OWING to the Increase of Customs Duties on Tobacco, all TOBACCOS will be RAISED ONE SHILLING PER POUND from this date 19th November. E. A. GARNETT, Montgomery’s Buildings, 207—708 a Bast street. ASHBURTON COUNTY COUNCIL. TENDERS FOR SUPPLY OF DOG COLLARS FOR 1880. TENDERS are invited for the supply of 1256 Dog Collars for the ensuing year, and for affixing new badges of registration to 244 collars now at the Council’s Office, Ashburton. Tenders endors Collars,” will be Offices, Ashburto WEDNESDAY, The lowest or a: accepted. Particulars as sample collar ma; ing places, viz : Council Offi Town Clerk' Tenders og ived the cil 10 up on 26th mst tender qua necessarily 3, &c. , and Been at the followshburton. Sice, Christchurch. Town Clerk’s Office, Timaru. Road Board Office, South Rakaia. F. MAINWARING, Clerk. Council Office, Ashburton, Nov. 11,1879. 714a-210 ASHBURTON COUNTY COUNCIL. Builders desirous of tendering for the erection of FENCING, and OUTBUILDINGS, &c., on Reserve 769, Baring Square, Ashburton, are requested to send in sealed tenders, duly endorsed, and addressed to the Architect, on or before Noon on TUESDAY, the 25th November. The Drawing and Specification may be seen at the Architect’s Office. J. STANLEY BRUCE, C.E. 684a-196 ASHBURTON BOROUGH COUNCIL. TENDERS are invited for DRIVING one or more 3 -inch PIPE WELLS, at per well, including cost of pipes, etc. Tenders, accompanied by a deposit of £5, to be sent to the Town Clerk not later than 9 a.m. on Mor.day, the 24th inst. ‘ CHARLES BRADDELL. Town Clerk. Ashburton, 20th November, 1879. 21—712a—209 MOUNT SOMERS ROAD BOARD. NOTICE TO RATEPAYERS. ALL OUTSTANDING RATES remaining UNPAID after the 31st December next will be SUED for without further notice. Rates payable at ;he Road Board Office, Mount Somers. By order, JAMES FRASER, 199 Clerk. MOUNT SOMEIS ROAD BOARD. TO CONTRACTORS. ALL CONTRACTORS whose contracts are 3EHIND TIME are hereby notified thatif the work be NOT FINISHED within me month from this dale, the penalties as provided in the specifications under which the contracts were let, will be stritly ENFORCED. By ord<r, JIMES FRASER, Clerk. November 16th, 879. 201 MOUNT SOMEIS ROAD BOARD. TENDERS are iivited for the undermentioned woks : No. 30.—Keeping all the shingle roads in Repair, fron Boyer’s stream to F orth Ashbuton, at per chain, for 12 months. No. 31.—Keepinj the North Ashburton Ford in Repar for 12 months. No. 32.—Shinglii? Road from Anama crossing to MClymont’sfence, about one mile. Specifications to be seen at Hood’s Hotel, or at the Rod Board Office, Tenders to be sot in not later than noon on MONDAY Ist December. JMES FRASER, 202 Clerk.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 25, 22 November 1879

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