AUCTION SALES. Monday, August 16. Alfred Harrison, en the premises of Thomas Hicks, Baker, Havelock Street —Horses, Cart, Harness, Furniture, &c. Sale at 12 o’clock. Friday, August 20. Messrs. Matson, Cos, and Co., on the Reserve, opposite Messrs. Friedlander Bros, Store, at 12 o’clock sharp— Horses, Implements, and Contractors’ Plant.
To-Night! SCHOOL - BOOM. A GRAND Entertainment Will be held in the above School-room, on SATURDAY NEXT, AUG. 14 SPLENDID PROGRAMME. THE GREAT TRIAL OF SIR JASPER And A NUMBER OF MOVING FIGURES BY LIMELIGHT. WONDERFUL EFFECTS. SPLENDID SONGS. Come and See ! Come and See ! Admission, 25.; Children half-price. Commence at 7.30. ON MONDAY NEXT, AUG. 16, THE ABOVE ENTERTAINMENT Will be held [(for the first time) in the Town Hall, Ashburton. Admission, Body of Hall, Is.; Dress Circle, 2s, Children, half-price to all parts of the House. SEE POSTERS. Doors open at 7.30, commence at 8 o’clock. 98g-841c GRAND ATTRACTION !! ! COME ONE !! GOME ALL !!! TOWN HALL, Thursday & Friday, AUGUST 19TH AND 20TH. IA /"T m Anniversary of the Dawn • xJ •VX• -L • 0 f Peace Lodge, No. 164 A Tea & Entertainment Will be held in the TOWN HALL. Tea to commence at 6.30, after which the AMATEUR DRAMATIC CLUB ~ Will Perform that Grand Moral and Sensational Drama, entitled TEN NIGHTS ina BARROOM To which the curtain will rise at 8 p.m. Prices of Admission—Tea only Is. 6d. Tea and Entertainment (to Body of Hall), 2s. Gd. Entertainment only—Dress Circle 3s. Body of Hall, 2s. and Is. ON FRIDAY, THE 20th. The Drama will he Repeated. 749 c FOUND, on AUGUST 7th, a PIG in a BAG, one of the M'Kinlay breed. The owner can have the same by paying expenses. 1030 G. GILMOUR, Ashton. WANTED KNOWN—That C. Hawkins, the Tinwald Bootmaker, has REMOVED to premises Opposite the Tinwald Post Office, where he is still open to Sell first-class Boots and Shoes at his usual Cheap Rates. All kinds of Boots Made and Repaired. 805g—417c
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