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Meetings. h C< T. STEPHEN’S CHURCH, Ashburton. , The Annual PARISH MEETING wll . be held in the Schoolroom next Monday, 1 April 20th, at 7-30 p.ra. t 4 562 E. A. SCOTT. jy-ETHYEN LIBRARY. A CONCERT and DANCE in aid of the funds of Methven Library, will be held in the Schoolroom, Methven, on I FRIDAY, Mav 12nd, af. 730 pm. i Admission —Reserved seats, a limited number only, 3s ; unreserved, 2s. Dane', gentlemen, 4s ; ladies free. 4 541 jyjOTJNT BUTT ROAD BOARD. A PUBLIC MEETING cf Ratepayers will be held at the Road Board Office on TUESDAY, May 5 h, at noon, for the purpose of determining whether these Roads shall be closed, which the Road Board have notified their intention of closing by public advertisements and notices, in accordance with section No. 04 of the Public Works Act, 1885 JULIAN JACKSON, 4 558 Chairman 11TOUNT BUTT ROAD BOARD itJL D IST RIO i’. ANNUAL MEETING OF RATEPAYERS. In pursuance of the provisions of the Road Board Act, 1882, and the Amendment Act, 1883, 1 hereby notify that the Annual MEETING of Ratepayers will bo held at the Road Board Office, Methven, it 12 o’clock noon, on TUESDAY, May o.h next. JULIAN JACKSON, 4 559 Chairman. UPPER ASHBUR 1 ON ROAD BOARD. The Annual General Meeting of Ratepayers will be he’d at tho Board's , Office, Tinwald, on MONDAY, May 4th, at neon, under section 49, Hoad Board Act, 1852. Tho Annual Election of Three Gentlemen to serve as Members of the Upper Ashburton Road Board In the place of Messrs McLean, Stitt and Sargeanc, who retire, but are eligible for reelection, will be held in tho office of the Upper Ashburton Road Board, Tinwald, on May 4th, 1885. Forms of nomination are to be sent to tho Returning Officer, before noon on THURSDAY, 23r.l April, 1885. e CYRIL JEPHSON, g 4 557 Returning Officer. 8 A SHBURTON WESLEYAN CIRCUIT. WEDNESDAY, 22nd APRIL 1885 Reception Soiree, In connection with the arrival in Ashbur- J ton of the Revs D. McNicoll and T. J. Wallis, will ba held in the Cameron e street I hurch, on tho above date. Ad- F dresses, interspersed with music by the ! ( choir, will be given at the after meeting, j’ Tea at 6 o’clock ; tickets, Is 6d each. c 4 547

QDDFELLOWS' HALL. A musical t-eat of rare excellence. Under the especial patronage of His Excellency the Governor of New Zealand, tsir William Jervois, G.0.M.G., K. 0.8. The Manager has the honor to announce that arrangements have been made for two nights only at the Oddfellows’ Hall, commencing on WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, For the appearance of MADAME PAULINE RITA, Prima Donna at the Opera Comique and Criterion Theatre, and of the Crystal Palace and Charles Hale’s Concerts. MR JOHN RADOLIFF, The world’s greatest flautist, Professor of the Royal Academy of Music, member of the Council of Trinity College and of the Savage Club, London, whose recent performances in the musical circles of Australia have created a perfect furore, will render the most delightful and original music over heard in New Zealand. Music of all countries and times. Music conductor and pianoforte soloist—. Signor Clutsonia. Voice and flu e never before heard-to blend so beautifully, “ Home, sweet home,” a real musical treat —Madame Pauline Rita, the sweetest of sweet singers. John Radcliff, the most illustrious flateplayer in the world. Madame Rita—Bishop’s “Lo ! here the gentle lark;” Gounad’s serenade ; Benedict’s “The bird that came in spring;” “Sing, sweet bird, sing.” Madame Rita’s singing like the warbling of spring birds, music, ringing, dancing, merry, sad. “ The child and the skylark ’’—new song. The silver cylinder flute. The flute as played by Mr Radcliff, becomes a noble instrument. Prices of admission—Front seats, 4i ; second seats, 2s 6d ; back ditto, la. Box office at Milner and Thompson’s, where seats can be reserved from plan. J. S. SMITH, 4 554 Manager. Masonic dress concert will be given by The Si. John’s Lodge, No. 1858, E. 0,, in the MASONIC HALL, TANC <ED STREET THIS EVENING. Programme—Part I. I—Chorus, “ Hunting Song ’’ (Mendelssohn) 2—Song, “The Silver Cup” (Adams), Bro H. A. Gatos 3—Song, “Maid of Athens” (Allen)—

Mrs ..Hodge 4 Song, “Ruby” (Gabriel) —Bro J. G. Rose 5 Pianoforte .solo, '* Caprice Hongroiee” (Kette - er) —Miss Emma Orr 6 Sor.g, “It was a Dream ” (Oowon) — Miss G. Gates 7 Vocal duet, “Love and Wav ” (Cooke) —Bros Bickford and H. A, Gates* 8 —Song, “ Loving Evermore ” (Allen)— Mrs E. G. Crisp 9—Chorus, “ The Happy Lover ” (Men delsaohn) An interval of ten minutes. Part 11. 1— Chorus, “Early Spring” (Mendelssohn) 2 Song, “A Voice that is Still” (Pinsuti) Mies Kidd 3 Song, “Carrier John ” (Pinsuti)—Miss H. Barrett 4 Song, “Father’s Love "(Wallace) — Bro A. Harrison 5 Pianoforte solo, “Home Sweet Home” (Thalberg)—Miss Williamson ! o—Song, “Hand and Heart” (Molr)— Bro J. H. Ol&yton 7 Vocal duet, “Santa Madre” (Vincent) Misses Kidd and Barrett 8— Song, “The Warrior Bold” (Adams)— Bro H. Thomas 9 Chorus, “Departure” (Mendelssohn) “ Qod Save the Queen.” Musical director Bro- S. Wolf, R.A.M. 3 42

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume V, Issue 1516, 17 April 1885

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