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J Public Noticeßi __ R. A. O. B. T>RETHREN are requested to note Xy that the Lodg > meat* for the dispatch cf Bualnesa TBIS EVENING, Instead cf Wednesday. 12 169 By order of the S.P.. THE OHKISTMAS TREE In the Primitive Methodist Church re-opene To-day at 2 p.m , and on Boxing Day at 4 p.m. Plain aud Fanoy Goods, Toys, and refreshments, New stock In "Fish Pond." Admission — Adults 6d ; children 3d. Value returned . 12 167 DANCING PARTY. A Dancing Party will be held m the Orange Hall on WEDNESDAY EVENING, 26th Instant, at 8 o'olook Admission — Gentlemen, 2% 6d ; Ladles, Free. 12156 WANTED everyone to know that J. C. Dtjnoan is a Land Broker, licensed to prepare and register Transfers, Mortgages, Encumbrances, Leaseß, Registration Abstracts, Powerß of Attorney, Applications to briog Land under the Act, and every description of instruments uncver the Land Transfer Act. — J. 0. Duncan, Arcade, Aehburton. 10J101 ST. STEPHEN'S OHUROH. CHRISTMAS DAY SERVICES, HOLY Communion at 830 a.m., and at tbe Midday Service at 11 a.m, Short Evening Service at 7.30 p.m. ■ 12 151 A Himder' Pipers an' a', an? a' BOXING NIGHT WAKANUI RIVER BOARD. niENDEBS are invited for making J. Embankment on the River Road* Particulars at onr Office, 'fenders olose at 12 noon on THURSDAY, December 27th. 12*124 0. E. FOOKS & SON. ■■■■Hs_niß-ii____i FUNERAL NOTICE. THE Friends of Mr James Thomson Robinson are respectfully informed that the Funeral of his late beloved wife, Ann, will move from his residence, Seafield Road, on TUESDAY, the 25th inst, at 11 o'clock a.m. for the Ashburton Cemetery. BAKER BROS., 12 165 Undertakers. TINWALD RAGING CLUB. THE following charges will be made (under " Public Reserves Aot, 1885 ") for entry to tbe Tinwald Domain on January let, 1889, date of Tinwald races : For evtry Adult la „ „ Horse ... ... 1« No charge for Vehioles. By order of the Trustees, JOSEPH OLARK, 12J121 Chairman. ODDFELLOWS' HALL. TO-NIGHT. LAST APPEARANCE. CELEBRATED CRAWFORDHUNTER PARTY of Scottish Vocalists and Cbaraoter Entertainers. Scoiland'a Premier Vocalists Frae Auld Reekie and St Mungo. Miss E. Hunter, Scottish Prima Donna. Miss J. Maogregor, Favorite Scottish Contralto. Mr Wm. Crawford, Humorous Vocalist and Comedian. Master W, Crawford, Accompanist and Highland Dancer. In tooir Unique Entertainment Popular Prices, 3d, 2p, and Is. Reserved Seats at Zander's. 13 166 Daft Wuilie BOXING NIGHT t ASHBURTON CALEDONIAN SOCIETY. FURTHER Speolal Prlzßi will be competed for as nnder :— Mr John Small gives 21« to winner of Quoits, Mr J. Dlneen gives a pair of shoes to wloner of Irish Jig. In the Boys' Irish Jig, omitted from programme, Mr J. Devane gives 21s first prfz). Friends of the Soolety gives 15s to the second, and 10s to the third. Mr Henry Davis, Royal Hotel, gives 21r second prize, Tilting at Ring, Instead of W. 0. Davis, inserted m programme by mistake. Messrs Edward Reeoe and Son (for 0, Reld) give a Trophy for greatest number of points m Pipe mnrlo. Trophy can be seen at J. Scaly and Oo.'a Entries for Blcyole Race close on tbe ground at 12 o'olook, and It will be a Handicap Race. Members are requested to present Tiokets at Gates, and all Judges are respeotfully asked to be In time and attend to their duties. JOSHUA TUOKER, 12 1 158 Hon. Secretary. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY FARES. EXCURSION Tlokets will be issued at Ashburton as under ; and Saturday Return Tickets from any station to any station from the 21st December till 2ad January, available for return till 16th January :— To Dunedin Inveroarglll Kingston (for Lakes) Ist 2nd Ist 2nd Ist 2nd Class Class Glass Class Class Class 32/ 22/6 67/ 40/6 65/ 44/6 .Children 3 to 12 years half rates, under 3 years free. A SPEOIAL NIGHT TRAIiS taking passengers at these Excursion fares will ron from Chrlstchuroh to Dunedin on the 24th, and will be due from Ashburtun at 10,50 p.m. A Speolal Train from Dunedin to Chrlstchuroh will be due from Ashburton at 5 25 a.m. on 25th. 12 108 BY ORDER. _ Auld Freens BOXING NIGHT NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. EXCURSION TO~TIMARU, 26th DECEMBER ON the 26th December Excursion Tiokets to Timaru available for! Temuka or Timaiu, will \e issued at Ashburton at 7s first-class, 4s second, for an Excursion Train which will start at 10 a.m., arriving at Timaru at 12 noon, and will return at 5.15 p.m., Temuka 6.45, arriving at Ashburton at 7.20 p.m. A. Bazaar and Caledonian Sports will be hald at Temuka and Military Sports at Timaru Racecourse on the 26th. Passengers can alight at Washdyke and join a Train for f he Racecourse there, or leave Timaru for the Racecourse at 1.10 pm., re-booking m either case, BIOYOLE RACES AND DRUIDS' SPORTS AT CHRISTCHURCH. The Evening Train from Christchurch to Ashburton will start at 4,50 p,m. and run 35 minutes later than timetable times up r to Rakaia, It will be due from Chertsey - at 7.7 p.m, and to arrive at Ashburton at ' 7.40. This Train will take up passengers at the Christchurch A. and P, Show Grounds where the Druids' Sports are to be held. There will be no Goods Traffic on the 25th DQQembej t 121?; BY ORDER,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2021, 24 December 1888

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2021, 24 December 1888