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Entertainment. C O M I N O RAILA SPECIAL TRAIN OF 28 CARS TO CONVEY CHIARINI’S ROYAL ITALIAN CIRCUS AND PERFORMING ANIMALS. ik ASHBURTON—FOR ONE DAY ONLY. AFTERNOON AND EVENING. MONDAY, JANUARY THE stii. SIGNOR G. CHIARINI’S ADMIRABLY TRAINED HORSES, a la haute ecole, are the models of perfection, evincing in their performance the nea r approach of brute instinct to human reason. Attractive, Interesting, Instructive. A GRAND CONGRESS OF ARENIC STARS. THE BEST RIDERS! CHAMPION LEAPERS ! NEW PERFORMANCES! NEW ACTS ! NEW FACES! Comprising a Cluster of the most Talented Artistes in the Profession. °A GRAND CONSOLIDATION OF GENIUS. THE BEST ORGANISATION TRAVELLING, mong the Wild Animals—the finest and freshest ever submitted for the public apROYAL BENGAL TIGERS I Which will be introduced to the audience by CHARLES WARNER, he intrepid Tiger Tamer, who handles these ferocious beasts without the slightest lar. THE PERFORMING BISON! he colossal beast is from the Rocky Mountains of North America, and will be ridden in the character of a WILD COMANCHE INDIAN. THE PERFORMING HUANACOS From the Pampas of Patagonia. THE EDUCATED ZEBRAS 1 From South America, will be introduced by Mb. Fred. Sylvester. hese intractable species of the animal kingdom are the only ones ever known to perform free in the arena, A SCHOOL OP PERFORMING DOGS, Exhibiting the most wonderful canine sagacity—performing acts incredible if not seen. A R EVERYTHING NEW AND BEAUTIFUL ! A World of Foreign Features. The whole forming the GEST CIRCUS EXHIBITION Ever seen under one management. Superb Display of Prowess by the Great ROYAL ITALIAN CIRCUS! This Powerful and Mammoth Combination offers the Finest Exhibition on record. PRICES OF ADMISSION : Dress Circle (chairs) ... ... ... ... ss. Stalls (carpeted seats) ... ... ... •• ■ 3s. Pit 2s. Children under nine years of ago half price. SPECIAL RATES FOR SCHOOLS WHEN COMING IN A BODY. AFTERNOON PERFORMANCE AT 2 O’CLOCK. Notice. —Signor Chiarini advertises no special feature that he does not exhibit—and has no rival worthy the name in the profession. The old reliable, “Always good, now better than ever.” DO NOT FORGET THE DATE—MONDAY, JAN. 5. 304

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 38, 23 December 1879

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 38, 23 December 1879

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