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THE SUNDAY A VICE y, A. ItM IftiSe I a.m i 897 Ooont :l(W Loo aJ noif Bev.E rs sum 11, lay oi'i.i) E. Chj mf* ben CHURCHES ND WEEK NIGHT 3 AND MEETINGS. t|ER--TanCred < a IPISOOPAI JAN CHURCH. West. j 1 W. Hands, Incumbent. | T‘ ,; „ StrfrnirJ ' »i)d ' ; Holy;,.C om mumon, jTRevA. W. Hands. { iol,_at 2.30, p.m. j ).30 p.m., Rev. A. W. Hands sir Services— ! 3 p.m., Lay Reader 1 Jp.m., Lay Reader. i i hAKalalp: ARISE. | E. Chainhera, Incumbent;. Suhdayl, : ' j Jhurch, Kakaia.—Mornink at Reader. Evening, at 7, Rev. imbera | Barrhill, 11 a.m., Rev. Ei E. |L i ,fflD Bakxilia*, Methven, 11 a.m.,|Lay iJiisjltßadtßf ; lints,Sherwood, 3pm., Lay Reader Communion. —First Sunday in the at Si Mark’s. Second Sunday atj St. John’s. Fourth Sunday at St. Barnabas’. Ijifth Sunday at St. Japiea’ and : A.IJJ Saints alternately. Baptism in ) St. Mark’s, and Children’s oi df i nt 3 : p. ifa 1 .; second Sunday in ■ : ‘ , ’. ; 'Sunday School. Si Mark’s, St. John’s, and Kyle, at 2.30 ever' Srnday. ! Friday. and Choir Practice at 7.30. — into.- 7 -' ■ - ••" : : Evonscng Hew ni o->{u:\f.< PBBS33Y] Row ; RtmiAL on: Morning Evening hiWKUJ a&SRSnoc dent. TriiTOj s*- 1 ’BRIAN*; ■; CHURCH.—Havelock Street, West. M i Beatl ie, M. A.,: Minister. Sunday .Services. at 11, Rev. A M. Beattie; ; at 6.30, Rev. A. M. Beattie, chopl. in the Church at 2.30 iJV-rriMr i. -A! Orr, SuperinteniCWUNTßV. SBJSVICI!. | ; p.m., Rey r/ 4;, M:. Beattie Tuesday. .Committee—First Tuesday ■i°l WVUbntih,^^;.^ S. S. Teachers’ Assdciation- . „ day of every mopth, at 7.30. OI lie RToiii •' b r , Wednesday. of Second Tues-

Week! night Service at B—Rev. A. M. , Beattie. , ~ i/laiiq/Paßt&jt’s-Bible Class in the Church at7. ; Thursday. ni vlTfeHjWi&iiScHOOt—Weekly service at 7.30, Ren. A. M. Beattie Friday. Ohqii Pnitotice at 7> 80-—Mr. Alex. Craighead ' conductor; Mr. A. Stott, *°° 8 BteKHCDIST- CHURCH. -Cameron Street, East. . . . - v . ; Rev. W,'Keall,. Pastor. town m Honing at .11, , prayer meeting at 10 ; service Mr J.E, Buchanan Sunday I School at 2.30. ” - • &r?ioei at 6.30, Rev. W. Keall country services. fs ß JEJojne, ;r 3 p.m.j, Air Jos. Buchiihan . .tic'.-. _ Wiliwwbjr, at 3 p.m., Mr J. Alison ;i, at 230 p*m., Rev W. Keall i, at 2.30 p!m. , Mr H. M. Jones _ 2.30 p.m, Mr H. M. Carsons; f at-1.30. Tuesday. oeting. at 7.30 p.m. ; i! "Thursday. Service, at 7.30, Rev. W. Keall FRIDAY. - 'ractice at 7.3 D Ray, CorWatorto; Wakinu Clast; M .ois Divine £ Choi r I dcctoii PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. - : Street, East. .Rev, John Nixon, Minister. aknu-Ci u'ii j Sunday. ! xll Mornin;' School at 10 a. m. ! : Service, at 11 a.m., Rev. John WlliikKjlixok > Evening, at 6.30, Rev. J. Nixon Monday. Jelakt iek’ iClaas—ln the Church at 7. Tuesday. .:Diyjtfo- Service, at 7 p.m., Rev. John Nixon : ■ Wbdsiisdayii■ Choir practice, a: 8 p.m. T HUBfIDAY. Clai!s bleating at 7.30 p.m.. Rev. John Nixon NEV XANDS PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. : p/i ITißpk>sl' ‘ Sunday. Morning School, 9.30. Service at 11 :a.*pfc. (Mr T. Bill), and 6.30 p.m, (Mr "<J. Aston) ASHBURTON FORKS. It, -Sußiday Afternoon Service at 2.30, Rev. | feni , ;.T:;Nxon I,- ROMAN CATHOLIC CHAPEL - Ho aoioa ‘ Burnett Street West. ofiJ it - Rev! Father Coffey. ( tat Mass, 9 o'clock ; 2nd Mass, 11 o’clock, on the, Ist, 2nd, and 3rd and iiuol jgtji Sundays (when one occurs) of the month. Rakaia : •* r 'lW>n! r ' r nf l ll o’clock, 4th Sunday of the |. ■ m'on rh. 'tusU MISS BUCEMM, BENCH MItLLfNEB AND DRESS A MAiCER, Rag» to thank the ladies of Ashburton for their patronage, and to inform them that .•hetfeas'-now received the latest Styles from London and Paris. Mourning and Wedding orders executed with her usual taste and style. £{ .Ladies making, up their own materials can have their patterns cut and fitted at io<] B #nwderate oh™ _ Also, Ladies Riding Habits, Jackets, Ohildren’s Costumes, and Boys’ Suits, •irjj'.-jrtth full instructions for making up. ; 1 J - - Address— MISS BUCKMAN, .jl T K B N STREET, (Near the High School) Ashburton. WANTED. f- of ■•'c.iitr- lh/n ,il TRI C!fe; ■ O ’ CONNOR . ip -(Late of D. Fitzpatrick’s), m" * respect!ully to inform his friends Ltliiepublic of Ashburton, that he has -OTSIIfED —BUSINESS in-East street, opposite Albert Steam Flour Mills, and quests a share of their patronage. Boots ' Shoes/of all- kinds made to order, iita* neatly executed. . Fit guaranteed. Rj ; j .'' , g l6c BUTCHERS, FBLLMONGERS, FARMERS, & OTHERS. « WE CASH PURCHASERS or HmHS,f;CAL?SKINS. PELTS, HORSE tA, PIGSKINS, &C. LIGHTBAND, ALLAN, s *l, 1 ' “ J ■■ ■■■ - T'"> M & Hereford street. Christchurch CO., 88c Galloway, > TINWALD, LWBIGHT and General AGBIIMPLEMENT JllOi • J executed with h, and at reason* 197 a

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 527, 6 January 1882

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