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Amtssemeirtgv A UK IT ED MASON! BALL Will be held at the MASONIC HALL,TANCRED STBEE! FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16lh, 1881. Committee : j Bro.R. W. Shearman Bro. J. Bradley Brd W. H. Gundry Bro. W. Sparrow Bro. H. Stephenson ” " " Bro. C; Braddell Bto. T. Quill Bro. 6. St. Hill Biro. H. Zander Bro. E. G. Crisp. Bro.W. H.iZouch Bro. R. Friedlandc Bro. Bro. S. Nelso Bro. Ed. Saundei Bro. D.M'Farlane Admission by 1 icket only,, ' Tickets may be obtained from the Com suttee. Dancing to commence at 8.30 p.m. . HENRY ZANDER, 140 d Hon. Sec. jrpOWNHALL, ASHBURTON WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECKMBEI 14WILHELM J CONCERTS. WILHELMJ WILHELMJ WILHELMJ WILHELMJ WILHELMJ TEE GREAT Musical Sensation of 1881. First Appearance here of the reigning Monarch of the Violin HERR AUGUST WILHELMJ, In. conjunction with MR MAX VOGRICH, The Great Pianist, And MISS MARIE GONRON, TheCharmingPrima Donna. WILHELMJ WILHELMJ WILHELMJ WILHELMJ WILHELMJ WILHELMJ WILHELMJ Prices—Front Seats, 6s; Family Tickets > to admit five, £1 5s ; second seats, 4a ; back seats, 2a. Reserved seats may be secured on Thursday, Bth December, at H, J. Weeks’ New Music Warehouse, Tancred street. 239 d Ecclesiastical. CHURCH Anniversary SERMONS, D E C E M B E R ii, iBB i. TEA AND PUBLIC MEETING ON

TUESDAY, DECEMBER, 13, iBBr. 234 d Tenders. T E N D E R S Wanted—Tenders for the ERECTION of Twenty Chains of Post - and - Rail PENCE. Labor only. Tenders close on FRIDAY next, at 6 p.m. For particulars apply to 275 d J. MacLEAN DUNN. N EW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. (Christchurch Section.) TENDERS will be received at this Office up to noon on +he 16th December for CLEANING and REPAIRING the CLOCKS on the Christchurch Section (from Amberley to Waitaki, including branches) from the) date of acceptance of tender to 31st December, 1883. Specification of conditions can be seen at : the Station Masters’ Offices Ohrist- ■ church, Ashburton, and Timaru. The lowest or any tender not necessarily Accepted. PREDK. BACK, Traffic Manager. Traffic Manager’s Office; ■Christchurch, Nov. 29th, 1881. 226 d ROAD DISTRICT. TENDERS are invited tor the following WORK No. 48—Gibson’s road, Re-forming sides to full width, about 115 chains. Specifications can be seen at the Board s office, where tenders will be received till noon on SATURDAY, Deo. 10, 1881. FOOKS & SON, Surveyors, &c. District Office, Dec. 2, 1881. 243 d Gazette in Bankruptcy. R "J^J'GTIOB— The Ashbubtok Guahdian Is a Gazette for all notices under the Debtors and Creditors Arif Public Notices. (JO THE ELECTORS OF WAKANUI. Gentlemen, —My political opponents are diligently propagating the lying statement that I am “a Greyite.” At my first meeting, held at Rakaia, I gave distinct pledge that if elected I would not follow Sir George Grey as a party leader, for reasons which I then explained at length. Having given that pledge, I confess that I have not deemed it necessary to formally repeat it at subsequent meetings, especially as I have always been careful to explain what course I propose to pursue in reference to the Hall Ministry, in the event of my return as youi member, which course is quite incompatible with any idea of my being or becoming a follower of Sir George Grey. 1 now, however, repeat the pledge which 1 gave at Rakaia, and would ask you toreac the portion of my printed address dealing with the subject of the Ministry, when you will find my views on the matter fullj expressed. Your obedient servant, 279 d CHAS. W. PURNELL. HID MR PURNELL’S SUPPORTERS CONVEYANCES will leave the under mentioned .places, at intervals betwee: the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. o FRIDAY, to carry Mr Purnell’s su { fortera to and from the Principal Pollin laces. Scott’s Hotel, Tinwald. Mb Taskeb’s Butchbey, Trevorton. ; r Messes Bbanson and Puknell Omcra, East street. By order of the Committee. 287 w AKANUI BLEOTIOI PUBLIC NOTICE. , Mb WASON and HIS COMMITTEI directly any connection wi attempts to stop either of the rival ca didsW being heard, and Mr Wasor supporters are earnestly requested retrain from any such attempt whatever S. B. POYNTZ, £62d Clerk to Mr Wason’a Committee.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 503, 8 December 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 503, 8 December 1881

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