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Amusements. THE KELLYS ! THE KELLYS ! 1 ■ THE KELLYS !! ! Coming, Coming, Coming ! Glorious success in Christchurch ! Oyer 100 Life-size Views of the Kelly Outlaws. Hundreds of other Views of the principal Cities of the World, including the Glasgow Riots. Admission —One Shilling ; and a Present to every Visitor. 4M ST. STEPHEN’S CHURCH. /CONCERT AND TEA MEETING, A TEA MEETING .; to be followed by A CONCERT : i will take place at the TOWN HALL, ASHBURTON, on the Evening of the AGRICULTURAL SHOW DAY, . TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, Th o proceeds will be in aid of the Church Fund and for Repairs to the Parsonage.: ; Tea on the tables at 6 p.m. Concert at 8 - l ’ p.m. ADMISSION To Tea and Concert, 2s. r To Concert alone—Front Seats, Is. 6d. ; Body of Hall, Is. 510 ; TOWN HAL L . • RACE NIGHTS. NOVEMBER. 17TH AND ißth, GRAND ARRAY OF TALENT. 0N WEDNESDAY, November 17th the AMATEUR DRAMATIC CLUB "Will; produce that splendid Melodrama the ' Duel in the Snow, • In three Acts, Tp conclude with the Laughable Farce of The Eailway Belle, During the evening a splendid Whip will be presented to. the rider of the winning horse in the A.shburton Cup. ON THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18th, . . A change of programme Will take place, when will be presented, . for the first time inAshburton, That Screaming Farce Betsy Baker. A FULL ORCHESTRAL ACCOMPANIMENT. See Handbills. . After the performance that evening a 3ALL will be held. Admission by ticket, ibtainable at the door, 2s. 6d. each. s rice of admision to performance3s. 2s. Is. lobrs open at 7-30. Commence at 8 p’cock. 515 TOWN HALL. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18. A PT E R the conclusion of the OL ■ Theatrical • Performance, the Hall rill be cleared, and a BALL AND DANCE - -will be held. Ldmisaion—2a. 6d., by Ticket at the door. 516 -AN EFFICIENT BAND will attend. * A MAS ON IC BALL w ILL BE HELD in connection with the installation of Olbcers of the THISTLE LODGE, 627, S.C., AT THE TOW N II A L L, ON TUESDAY, 30th NOYEMBER, Dancing will commence at 8.30 p.m. Tickets can be obtained from members of the Committee! — Bro. Hi Stephenson, P.M. Bro. T. Quill, W. M., Bro. C. Braddell, W.M. Bro.W. H. Gundry, 188, W.M. Bro. W. Sparrow , Bro. James Bradley Bro. W. H. Zouch Bro., S. B. Nelson Bro. R. Friedlander Bro. Edward Saunders Bro. R. Cullen Bro. Dolman Bro. Britton Bro. D. M‘Kenzie Bro. fl. W. Felton Bro. C. W. Ireland Bro. H, C. Jacobson Bro. 0. C. Fooks Bro. A. Harrison GEO. GAUKRQDGER, 52] Hon. Sec. Consultations. ASHBURTON CO-OPERATIVE CONSULTATIONS. No. 1. On the Ashburton Oup Handicap (open). No. 2. On the County Steeplechase (for District horses only). Each consultation is for £SOO, and the Fee to thq administrators of the estate for advice is £1 for each record. _ The judgment on the Cup will be argued and decided at 8 p.m. on Nov. 16th. The judgment on the Steeplechase will be argued and decided at 8 p.m. on Nov. 17th. . Letters of advice can be obtained from the Agents in all parts of the colony. QUILL & WILKIE, Consulting advocates for the 477 Co-operative Association. For: Sale. Poyntz & Co. AVE FOE SALS, on adyantagepus - and eapy : ! terms of payment, tlie f6W N AND SUBURBAN ‘ PROPERTIES L gppd five-roomed House, on quarterjicrp pfdand ? within three pr fpur I phain? e£ the East ’• . compact four:roomed Hoiisp, -with pne quiurteni ; of .an; pwe laid down as a paddock. „ nice four-roomed House on half acre of land npar the Gas Works, wpll finished throughput. 'own Sections, 712, 743, 465, 406, 407. ’Plfg Section 711 ppop ?? erected •a capital fourrrooined House fitted with every convenience. l fwo-roomed "House; "with 'outbuildings, on a quarter, acre, well fenced and planted, on N.E. Belt. MONEY for investment, on approved security, in sums of £SO and upwards, at current rates.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 191, 13 November 1880

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