The negro’s definition of bigotry is as good and as inclusive as that of Webster s Dictionary. “A bigot!” said he ; “ why he’s a man who knows too much for one man and not quite enough for two.” “ Will yon love me then as now ?” He had been urging her to don a bathing suit and waddle down to the water with him like a duck. Ho took her question under advisement, and she concluded to bathe on the sly.
Wanted. WA NTED, —A HOUSEMAID. Apply, Quill’s Commercial Hotel. 688 TIT ANTED—By a young respectable VY woman, a SITUATION as HOUSEMAID or WAITRESS in a Hotel. Country preferred. 667 WANTED— A Young Woman as GENERAL SERVANT for a country hotel. Apply, Oflice of this Paper. 668 WANTED to Hire or Buy, on easy terms of payment, a Light Secondhand BUGGY. Apply, Office of this Paper. 697 ‘ANTED KNOWN, That HENRY’S PORTRAIT ROOMS, Saunders’ Buildings, East street, Ashburton, are open DAILY, from 9 a.m. till 5 p.m. Portraits taken in any weather. Great Reduction in Price. 606 WANTED KNOWN—That a Church W of England minister’s wife writes that she saves Ten Shillings a Fortnight by using Harper Twelvctrees’ .Villa Washer, Wringer, and Mangier, combined ; and, although she permits no rubbing, the clothes are beautifully white, and much cleaner than when done by hand, while the saving in mending has been astonishing. Sold by J. HERN, Range Maker and Importer, corner of Manchester and Tuam streets, Christchurch; Price—£9 10s. 700 WANTED KNOWN. SOMERSET LIVERY AND BAIT STABLES. JW. M'RAE bogs to inform the . public that he has taken the above Stables from Mr. Bossenberg, and is making extensive repairs. Buggies and saddle horses on hire. . Lowest prices and best attention. 908c—286g
WANTED KNOWN—Just arrived from England—Christmas, New Year, and Birthday Cards. New Zealand Illustrated Annual, Young Ladies’ Journal, and Bow Bells, Is. Gd. each. Family Herald and Family Reader, Is. each, and all other Magazines supplied at Christchurch Prices. Colonial and European Newspapers, School Books, Stationery,&c. A visit solicited. L. F. Ahdkewes, East street, near Lancaster’s Butchery. 527 in Mm 11 m n urn ir irirnnrießaMnßgMaßinßaßaaßßgßm—■ Meetings. 10.G.T.— THE FORTNIGHTLY . MEETING of the Unity DEGREE TEMPLE will be held THIS EVENING in the Templar Hall. THuMAS WILLIAMS, D.T. 701 LIBRARY. The Next QUARTERLY MEETING of Members takes place on THURSDAY NEXT, December 9th, at 7 p.m. H. C. JACOBSON, 698 Hon. Sec. Ashburton- agricultural & PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. A GENERAL MEETING of MEMBERS will be held at the Town Hall, Ashburton, on WEDNESDAY next, Bth December, at half-past Seven o’clock, to consider the question of the Railway Tariff. GEORGE JAMESON, 685 Secretary. HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. mHE usual MONTHLY MEETING i will be held at Messrs. . Jacobson and Eyton’s Office TO-NIGHT, Dec. 7th, at 8 p.m. S. E. POYNTZ, 692 Hon. Sec. ROAD DISTRICT. A PUBLIC MEETING will be held at the Wakanui Schoolroom on THURSDAY, the 9th instant, at 7.30 p.m., to consider the Railway Tariff question. H. T. WINTER, Chairman Wakanui Road Board. Ashburton, Dec. 2, 1880. 678
Amusements. To-Morrow. TIN WALD TEMPERANCE HALL. THE CONCERT and Plain Dress BALL to celebrate the opening of the above New Hall will take place TO-MORROW EVENING, WEDNESDAY, December 8, 1880, at 8 p.m. The chair will bo occupied by Mr. Joseph Ward. The following Ladies and Gentlemen have kindly consented to assist iit the Concert, viz. —Mrs. Craighead, Mrs. Vaughan, Mrs. Teppitts, Mrs. Dunn, Miss Sanderson, and Messrs. Craighead, Garrison, Branson, Minnis, .Jephson, Jacobson, Gates, Wilson, Shearer, Reeve, uk! Dunn. Admision—Front Seats, 25.; Back Seats, Is. The Ball immediately afterwards, in ;he Ball Room, 100 feet long, beautifully I lecorated. A first-class Band and an iffacient Master of Ceremonies have been mgaged. Admission to the Ball—Gentlemen, 2/6. Don’t Forget— TO-MORROW NIG HT! ! ! ■ 641 Money. MONEY ,TO LEND. rRUST MONE VS—£2 000, £4OO, and £250. These sums are now ready or investment on real security, at current ates of interest. ■ ; P. P. O REILLY, i 99c-226g Solicitor, Tancred street. . Gazette in Bankruptcy. V. E. The Ashburton Guardian a Gazette for all notices under the 'obtors and Creditors Arte
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