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BRITISH AND FORttIGN BIBLE SOCIETY TTTH Annual Meeting will be held In the W.Woyau Church on WEDNESDAY, April 17, at 7.30. RSV. H. T. ROBJOHNS, the Society's Agent, acd otuer Ministers, will addreea the Mooting. Collection m aid of tbe Sooloty's funds. 4*46 ST. JOHfc'3 LODGE, No. 1858, EC 'pHE Regular Monthly Meeting of the I. above Lodge will be held In the Masonic Hall, Tanored street, on THURSDAY, Uth last., at 7.30. Visitors oordially invited, CYRIL JEPHBON, 4 75 Hon See LONGBEAOH ROAD BOARD. ft lENOERB are invited for :— 1 Making Drain on Terrace Road 8 abont 60 chains; Specifications may be seen at our office, where tenders dose on FRIDAY, April 12th, at 12 noon. 0. E. FOOKS & SON, 4*40 Surveyors to the Board y| BSBBB TrjrrlhDOXG O T EWIS SOLIOITOBB AND NOTAEIBS PUBLIC Bttrnistt Btrbht ASHB V ETON. MB CHARLES BBADDELL has entered onr Office as Managing Olerk m plaoa of Mr Clayton, who is leaving the District, Mr Biaddell will be m dally communication with onr Hend Office m Onrißtchnrob, and will receive instructions from Clients, MR WILDING will visit Ashburton every Thursday and on all Oonrt dajs. 4f3l pHABLES DBADDELL ESTATE, HOUSE, L4ND AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, Licensed Land Broker, and Sworn Valuator under the " Land Transfer Act, 1885.' Agent for ihe National Fire Insurance Company, Rents and debts collected. Several Farms and Houses foz Sale or to Let, Offices removed to Messrs Wilding and Lewis's Buildings, next '' Mail" office, , 2*Bl ANNIVERSARY SERVICES IN CONNECTION WITH THE ASHBUBTON BAPTIBT CHURCH. APUBLiaTE~MEETINrawIII he he'd at the Oddfellows' Hall, Ashburton, on GOOD FRIDAY, 19JH met. Tea on table at 5 p,m. At the conclusion of the Tea, RbVd Alfred North and other Gentlemen will deliver addresses. Admission to TEA, Iff, The Eevd Alfbbd Nobth, of Dunedin, will preach tbe Anniversary Sermons on SUNDAY, 21st met m Oddfellows' Hall, ~ W. SAWLE, 4*42 Pastor. Monster Bazaar. rpHE ANNUAL BAZAAR an Sale of |_ Work Id oonneotion with the Parochial Distriot of Longbeaoh, m aid of the Ohuroh Funds, will be held m the TEMPLAR HALL. TINWALD, ON EASTER MONDAY, 22nd April, 1889, Baztar opens at 11 a.m. Lunoheon provided on a liberal scale at a very moderate oharge. Any contributions of produoe or live stock may be left at Mb Clark's Stores, and they will be thankfully acknowledged. Admission 6d : Children half-price. 3t182 Orange Hall. 11HE REV. 0. 0. BROWN. Baptist Minister of fimaru, will Leoture m the above Hall on TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY Evenings next at 8 o'olockSUUJEOT — WBDNBSDA.Y 11th. — The Apostle Paul's most earnest desire. 'If by any means I may attain nnto the resurreotion from the dead,' " Pbilipplans 111, 11, revised version, (Proof will be given that the dying request of the Crucified Thief was In harmony with Paul's expressed wish.) Questions Invited and answered at the clone of each Lecture. Admission free. Collection to defray expenses. 4 45 Compulsory Bale OF Drapery, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, <k IS NOW BEING HELD AT W. W. SPENCER'S THE AKCADE ASHBURTON. — NOTE A FEW PRICES - 4(ts Suits for 25a 22s 6d Trouiero and Vests for 15s 14a 6d Trousers for 8s lid 5s 6d Boy's Mole Trousers for 2a lid Men's 35s Overooats for 22i 6d 9d Dress Stuffs for 4£d Is do do for 6d 3s 6d Cashmeres for 2s 6d Calicos, Sheeting, Flaunels, Skirting, &c, &c. at a QUARTER DISCOUNT. Ladies' Corsets and Underolothing at Landed Cost. ULSTEBS AtTTaLF PRICE. BOOTS &" SHOES AT A DISOOTHT 0? 4S IN THE <=£. W. W. Spencer THE ARCADE. 3 93

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2104, 10 April 1889

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