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Amusements. 690 STAR OF ASHBURTON LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, No. 23. Grand Concert, BOXING DAY EVENING, DEC 26xh, IN THK TOWN HALL, ASHBUKTON, In aid of the New Orange Hall Building Fund. The Programme will comprise Glees, Soles, Instrumental Music, Elocutionary Pieces, and Highland Dancing, by the following ladies and gentlemen:— Sopranos : Mrs Craighead, Mrs B. J. Harrison, Mrs Dunn, and Miss Sinclair. Alto : Miss G. Gates. Tenor; Mr Pilschel. Baritones: Mr Branson and Mr Harrison. Duettists : Misses Butler and McTeague. ORCHESTRA. Violin; Mr H. Permain; Cornet: Mr G. Hoskins; Flute; Mr Dunn; Double Bass : Mr Uter Hoskins; Violoncello: Mr H. Gates; Piano: Mies Gates. Conductor: Mr H. A. Gates.

Elocutionist: Mr R. Minnis; Champion highland Dancers : Mr James Murray, Dunedin; Mr J. W. Mcßae and Master Donald Mcßae, Ashburton; Piper; Mr D. Campbell, late of the 42nd Black Watch. Doors open at Half-past 7; Concert at 8. Tickets—3s, 2s, and Is, A BALL Will follow the Cotuert, and an efficient String Band has been engaged. d!8 Ecclesiastical. QEARMOIN GHAELIC, BITHIDH SEABMOIN GHAELIC ann’s an ASHBURTON air LA NOLAIG (December 2oth) aig leth-uair an deigh dha, ann’s an EAGLAIS ALBANAICH le Rev. ALASDAIR MAC-A-LEINEN. 9d Public Notices. Ashburton permanent BUILDING & INVESTMENT SOCIETY. The above Society pays Interest at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum for Deposits at Call, and 7 per cent, per annum it fixed for 6 months or over. J. WARD, n!6 Secretary. I^OUN'T somers road board. X EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY.

I hereby give notice that an ELECTION to fill an Extraordinary Vacancy in the Mount Somers Road Board, caused by the resignation of Mr Isaac Taylor, will be held on MONDAY, the Bth day of January, 1883. Nominations, in the form prescribed by the Registration of Local Elections Act, 1876, schedule 2, must be left at the Road Board Office, Mount Somers, before 12 o'clock noon on SATURDAY, the 23rd Dec. instant. Forms of Nomination can be obtained on application to Mr Puddicombb, Storekeeper, Mount Somers. W. R. BOYLE, Returning Officer for Mount Somers District. Mount Somers, 14th Dec., 1882. d!5 jyjTR. F. G. THOMAS, Sumeon Dentist, will VISIT ASHBURTON EVERY MONTH, of which due notice will be given, au2l pUBLIC NOTICE. The undersigned having purchased Mr T. Quill’s interest in the Booth at the forthcoming CALEDONIAN SPORTS, to be held on Boxing Day, assures his friends and the public that everything disposed of in said Booth will give the utmost satisfaction. 21d THOMAS ORPHiN. Railway Notices. ZEALAND RAILWAYS. (Christchurch Section.) CHEAP FARES TO DUNEDIN, INVERCARGILL. AND THE LAKES, FOR CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR HOLIDAYS,

BY ORDINARY TRAIaS AND A SPECIAL NIGHT TRAIN. RETURN FARES; Tickets at the above fares will be issued for the express train on the 22nd, 23rd, 26th, 26th, 20th, and 30th Dec., and Ist Jan., and will be available for return up to and including the Bth January. The journey may be broken at any station, and Passengers for Kingston may travel either via Invercargill or the Waimea Plains Railway. A steamer runs from Kingston in connection with the trains by the latter route. A Special Train will leave Dunedin for Kingston at II p.m. on the 23rd December, arriving at Kingston at 7 a m., and a steamer will be in readiness to convey excursionists to Queenstown.

A SPECIAL NIGHT TRAIN will leave Christchurch at 8.10 p.m. on the 23d December, and be due to leave Ashburton at. 10.30 p.m., Temuka at 12.10 a. m., and Timaru at 12.50 a. m. (not stopping at intermediate stations) arriving at Dunedin at 7.50 a. m. Fares as above. The following arrangements as to fares generally will also be in force : All ordinary single fare tickets issued from 21st December to 2nd January will be available for return up to and including the Bth January. FREDK. BACK, Traffic Manager. District Traffic Manager’s Office, Christchurch, Dec., 13th, 1882. dli

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 825, 22 December 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 825, 22 December 1882

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