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CALEDONIAN SOCIETY. GRAND ANNIVERSARY CONCERT, OF SCOTCH MUSIC, DANCING, &C., IN THE TOWN HALL, ON THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 30. PROGRAMME : Introductory Address President Bagpipes “ Pibrochs” Piper Elder Piano...“ Reels and Strathspeys”...Miss Kidd Dancing In Costume The Clans {Messrs Kidd, M‘Rae, Reid and Macduff.) Part 50ng...." Scots whahae” Party SoNG...‘‘Auld Robin Gray”...Mrs Craighead Song “ Scotland Yet”....Mr Craighead Revding "Tam o’Shanter” *«» "Sgp’MrG.D.B^SON Gaelic Song Mr D. Campbell The Barrin’ i* oor Door”"’ Song. .MrMacLEAN Dunn Sword Dance...Ghilie Callum....Mr M'Rae INTERVAL or TEN MINUTES. Piano Jessie’s Dream Miss Kidd Dance... The Highland Fling...Mr MacDuFF Song..." The Auld ScotsSangs”...Mrs Dunn Song Mrs Brookshaw Song " The Cameron Men” Mr Craighead Song Mr G. D. Branson (“Wha Wadna Fcchtfor Chairlie,”) Duet "Caller Herrin” Two Ladies Tri0....-..," Willie Brewed a Peck” Party Songs—The Rowan Tree, The Land o’ the Leal, etc., as time may permit. Reel o’ Tulloch The Clans “AULD LANGSYNE” in- Chorus. National Anthem. Tickets —Dress Circle, and a few Reserved Seats in front of the stage, 3s ; second seats, 2s. ; back seats, Is. To be bad of members of the Committee, at the several stores in town, and at the Hall on the night of the Concert. Apply early, as there is a demand for seat room. Doors open at 7.30. Pibroch to strike up at eight. A DANCE will take place after the Concert, tickets for which—2s. 6d.—may be had of the Dance Committee. 921 c

Circular. To STATION-HOLDERS, LANDED PROPRIETORS, FARMERS, CATTLE - DEALERS, AND THE RESIDENTS IN ASHBURTON AND SURROUNDDISTRICTS. Messrs. Quill & Co., AUCTIONEERS, STOCK, LAND, & ESTATE AGENTS, SAUNDERS’ BUILDINGS, BEG to announce to station-holders, landed proprietors, farmers, cattledealers, and residents in Ashburton and the surrounding districts, that they have COMMENCED BUSINESS in the above line ; and, from their long experience in the various departments, feel assured that all commissions entrusted to them will be conducted satisfactorily to their patrons. Sales will be held as required, at the Salerooms and Yards in Ashburton, or any part of the district. They will also hold a Regular Sale of STOCK, LAND, FARM PRODUCE, FURNITURE, and GENERAL MERCHANDISE, at their Rooms, every Saturday, particulars of which will be duly advertised. The interest and the support of sellers and buyers ax - e respectfully solicited. Cash Advances made on all classes of Goods placed in their hands for sale. THE FIRST SALE Will be held at their Rooms on SATURDAY NEXT, SEPTEMBER 25. For particulars of Sales please see advertisements. AUCTIONEERS, SAUNDERS’ BUILDINGS, Ashburton. 238g-918c* Ashburton, & Co.,

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 156, 23 September 1880

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