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Amusements. HAL L, ASHBURTON. A AND TUESDAY, • December 12 and 13. THE AMATEUR Dramatic Club Will perform that splendid Melodrama entitled ‘THE MILLER AND HIS MEN* With New Scenery and Effects by Charles Bourk. Efficient Orchestra. r . r Admission—3a, 2s, and la Doors open at7.3o': comnience at Bpim.~'2Btsl A SHBURTON SACRED “ Messiah^ * a. For the first time •in Ashburton 1 will be'' • ■ given, Handel’s Oratorio ; 'mil l. “ THE MESSIAH,” At me Town Halo, on ■ TUESDAY, DECEMBER ao. ;;i Doors open at 7.30; to commence at 8 pm- ■. M* Tickets, 2s each, catt r be * obtained from Mr H. M. Jones, or the Hbn. Secretary (W. Townshend).- i i «««’* 388d rt * A UNITED M A,S ONI Q., " BALL ' , : V| ! Will be held at the MASONIC HA^TANORED ; OTREE^ Friday, December iethfl&ilL' Committeb : -I Ero. R. W. Shearman Bro. J. Bradley Bro. W. H. G undry Bro WJ Sparrow Bro. H, Stephenson Bro. W, H. Zouch Bro. C. Eraldell Bro. Bro. T. Quill Bro. Bro. S. Neiabtir : Bro.' G. St- Hill Bro. Ed. Saiittdisn' \ Bro. H; Zander Bro. ' ' i ui n r»'in: -;a

Admission by 1 icket only. Tickets may be obtained from the Committee. . • jT : . v - A Dancing to commence at B.SO {f.m. - HENRY ZANDER, 140 d i |* : ,-.vHon.-Sflc.>:’-r rp OWN H ALL, ASHB I7RT6Kr. WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER *4- : vl-i WILHELMJ CONCERTS. WILHELMJ TH& GREAT > u 1 * WILHELMJ .Musical Sensation of 1881WILHELMJ First Appearance here’of WILHELMJ \ WILHELMJ of the Yfomrr HERR AOGDf?T. WILBBLMJ.; In corjunction with. I WILHELMJ MR MAX YOG RICH, | WILHELMJ The Great. Pianist, ,-1 WILHELMJ , ’*’■ 11 WILU BLMJ' MISS MARIE OONRON, | WILBEIMJ , TheCharrinngPrib'a } WILHELMJ ; Donee. j WILBELMJ Prices—Front Seats, 6s; Family Ticke.s, to adort fv, £1 Is ; second, seats, as ; back neats, 2s. Reserved seats camber, at H, J. Weeks’ New Music, Warehouse, TancretLslreet. > \ r ' nr ' ’ Tenders. fIIENDERS are invited for BUiLDING X two SHOES and DWELLINGBOOSES for Mr Win PaicMog. Walls are of brick, and stone..: Tenders to be sent in io the u<Mhr.vgoed by 5 p.rol bn SATOIiDAYj 17th instant.; The lowest or any tender not necessarily ecceoted308d t : R. BIRD. To Let TO LET—Three SHOPS and 3 OFFICES, in Saunders’ Buildings,' lately occupied by T. R. Hodder and Go. , as a Drapery and Clothing Establishment Apply, Robert Amjokn, 143 d For Sale. S , A L B F 0 R __ BRIGHAM’S MOWERS & REAPERS. 314 d JAMESON & ROBERTS, Ashburton. F O R S Rural Sectioii 28'*03—705a Rural Section 234.04—95 a 28r Rund Section 28405—103 a Irl3p Section 28406—387 a2r 20p Rural Section 23407 —234 a Sr lOp All the above can be had ‘ as one ‘compact Farm —ls rear:y all laid in Eng’irh grass, and well fenced, with plenty of wafer. Apply, 213 d MATSON, COX & CO. fjl O P R I N TER & MACHINE FOR SALE. FOR SALE Cheap, one Pocoud-hand Double Demy Tape Printing MACHINE, ,n thorough working order, with rollers,nojlds <&c., complete. - MESSRS P. & D. DUNCAN, Wills street. )510 - Ashburton O N SALE BY THE UNDE SIGNED. Andrews and Beaven’s celebrated CANTEH3USY, Zealandia, and AttsteaChaff Cutters, From £l3 upwards. Horae Gear:

from £lolos, simple strong and compact. 993 a POYNTZ & CO. Public Notices. IRISH JIG. AT the Caledonian Sports, a Silver Medal, presented by Mrs J. F. Sutler and made by Mr R. Murray, will be given to the best dancer in the IRISH JIG competition, in addition to the Society’s Prize. „ ' 1.,, „ J. MacTjT;AN TP‘\N, 315 d .>-r! Secretary.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 506, 12 December 1881

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