New Advsrtisemonts. T| HE Bank of New Zealand will OPEN in its New Premises on MONDAY, 18th inst. S. g>. REYANS, Manager.
jsr 0 T — l 0 E. Messrs WALKER, ami OSBORNE are requested to REMOVE at once the WHARE they left on the Westerfield Estate 18 months ago. D. OLIVER.
Field trial OF HOWARD’S SIMPLEX Twine Binder, ON WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20th, In Mr Stephen Giles’ Paddock, Wakanui. The Machine will be Working the whole day. MATSON, COX & CO., d!6 Auctioneers.
ANTED KNOWN—That I am selling Yenus Nailrod at 6s per lb.; Venus Twist, 5s 6d per lb.; Venus Navy Twist, 6s per lb.; Tricopherous, Is 3d per bottle. Enos’ Fruit Salt, .3s 3d per bottle. Also, Toys of every description, consisting of Dolls, Trumpets, Toy Drums, Tambourines, Wheelbarrows, Carts, Guns, etc., etc. F. Clark, EAST STREET. slB
Meetings. jy-OUNT SOMERS ROAD DISTRICT TAKE NOTICE—The Mount Somers Road Board propose to CLOSE the ROAD running from the north-east corner of R.S. 31695 to the southernmost boundary of R.S. 32249, near Messrs Gould and Cameron’s, Springfield, under Section 4,'Public Works Act, 1880. Plans of the above, showing the road to be closed (colored green), are open for inspection at the Road Board Office, Mount Somers. A PUBLIC MEETING of ratepayers will be held at the Road Board Office, Mount Somers, on January 2nd, 1883, to decide whether the above road shall be closed. A. E. PEACHE, 9d Chairman. Amusements. UNITED GRAND TEMPERANCE DEMONSTRATION. VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT. Conductor Mr H. J. Weeks. Accompanyist... ... ... Mrs Wood. Organist ... ... ... Miss Alcorn. Violins ... Messrs Weeks, Wilson, and Ferguson. Flute Mr D. Zander. Cornet Mr G. Savage. Euphoinum ... ... Mr Savage. Rev. E. A. Scott in the Chair. PROGRAMME 1. Overture—Orchestra 2. Address—Chairman 3. Part song, “The Stars that above us are Shining ” 4. Song, “ Oh ! how Delightful”—Miss Kidd 5. Piano solo, “ Irish Diamonds”—Miss Kate Wood 6. Song, “ The Blind Girl to her Harp” —Mrs Craighead 7. Glee, “ Village Choristers ” 8. Address—By J, W. Jago, Esq., P. G.W.C.T. 9. Temperance Song—Mrs Nixon 10. Piano Solo, “Musical Box”—Miss E. Orr 11. Duett, “ Home to Our Mountains ”
—Mrs Wood and Miss Kidd 12. Address—By a Temperance Advocate 13. Selection from “II Trovatore”—Mrs Wood, Miss Wood, Messrs Weeks, Zander, and Savage 14. Song and Chorus, “ Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming ” —Mrs Craighead 15. Closing remarks 16. “ Scotch Fantasia” and “ God Save the Queen” —Orchestra To commence directly the Tea is ended. S. E. POYNTZ, Sec. A FANCY FAIR AND TEA MEETING Will be held, by the kind permission of Dr Trevor, in his grounds. Beach road, Ashburton, on WEDNESDAY, 20th DECEMBER, 1882 There will be stalls on the lawn for the sale of Articles of Clothing, Toys, Garden and Farm Producj, etc. Vocal and Instrumental Music will be rendered during the afternoon and evening. The Ashburton Brass Band has kindly offered its services for the occasion. Lawn Tennis, Croquet, Fireworks, etc. Presents for the stalls will be thankfully received by Mrs 'irevor, or at the Parsonage. Proceeds to the debt on St Stephen’s Church. Gates open at 2 p.m ; Tea from 5 p.m. Admission (including tea), 2s ; children, Is. n3O CHRISTMAS TREE—Wanted known, Christmas Tree and Sale of Fancy Goods, Primitive Methodist Church, on MONDAY and TUESDAY, 18th and 19th inst. Admission Is. dl2 BBUMINARY NOTICE. LOYAL ORANGE LODGE. A GRAND CONCEBT AND BALL Will be held in the TOWN HALL, ASHBURTON, ON BOXING NIGHT, DECEMBER 26. For particulars see future advertisements. By order. J. SEALY, W.M. dl4 S. B. NELSON, Secretary.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 820, 16 December 1882
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