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Meetings. 1 SHBIjLRTON AGRICULTURAL & J± PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. MEMBERS of the GENERAL COMMITTEE are requested to meet lit Quill’s Hotel; on TUESDAY AFTERNOON, 14th June, at 3' o’clock, to consider the advisability of holding a Ploughing Match. GEORGE JAMESON, 13c Secretary. Amusements. p<OMtO OPERA SEASON. mss - : Lydia Howarde (Queen of Comic Opera), ASSISTED BY Mddlle Lolo de Glorian ■- Mu» Jenny Nye . Miss Rose Andrews _ Miss Ada Sinclair Miss Clara Manselle Miss Annie Roslyn ■ AHD .... Mr W. Hayes Mr XL Power Mr J. Marshall Mr D’Elmaine ■ Mr P. Carter And other talented artistes, WILL APPEAB TO-MORROW (TUESDAY) AND £ WEDNESDAY, Jimel4th and 15th, . ..AT THE TOWN HALL, ASHBURTON. ■ ‘ 'irnrsniV— - “R OBIN SON CRUSOE.” WEDNESDAY—- ** H.M.S. , PINAFORE.” 32c

T>RISUTIV.B METHODIST X :* CHURCH, . -.~WjXS& STESKT. In oonseqnence of uncontrollable circumstances, ithasbcen decided to'hold the Tea Meeting in connection with the above Church TO-MORROW (Tuesday) EVENING, at 6 o’clock. At' intervals during the evening,' the’following musical selections will'be sung Bible Song,” Mrs Nixon-; ; Dream,” Mrs Craighead Anthem,' ‘‘l Was Glad,” Choir; “ Will Tou Meet Me at the Fountain?” Mrs Ray; “Is Tour Lamp Burning?” Mrs NixonJ- ' 31c -piLEMIN.GTON SCHOOL. OPENING TEA MEETING & • ENTERTAINMENT, At the <. Flemington School, Ok WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 1881. (Tea on the tables at 6.30. Tickets, 2s. 936 a JOSEPH CLARK, • : Chairman ol Committee. BRASS BAND. ‘COMPLIMENTART , BENEFIT , Given to J. 8. on his 'Leaving the District. MONSTER; MUSICAL FESTIVAL, t* O W N HALL, JUNEI3Oth, 1881, A full orchestra (consisting of 20 Per- : > formers) and 50 Vocalists will kindly as ‘"'eat, t ■ ’ ' of Dress-. Circle at Mr H. M. were tickets for this part of the obtained. Front and other tickets fromjuerabers of the Band. See Prograthtbe in future issue, lie Ki SHI E . * r JoiIJNT SOMERS AGENCY. EJf, H. JPudbicombb is authorised to transact'all business n- with - - Thb Abhbtjbton '^p-Moiuit Somers and aHn4;> w. mzouoßf ■ "b** Proprietor.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 369, 13 June 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 369, 13 June 1881

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