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An America actor named Raymond tells a good story of how the stage moon once " went back on him " :—ln the middle of a long apostrophe, the tittering of the audience caused him to look round just as he spoke of the "beauty of the virgin moon now raising over the silent hills," to behold one half of the lustrous orb slowly ascending, while the other half was stranded on a mountain peak. When the curtain fell, the whole company went behind, and the moon and the whole solar system with great unanimity.

PHOTOGRAPHERS, 218, High Street, Christchurch 1.0.0. F., M.U. T^HE Ordinary Meeting of the Loyal _L Ashburton Lodge, will be held rO-NIGHT (Wednesday). Friday being i holiday. By Order, R. MINNIS, i 15 P.S. ASHBURTON RACING CLUB. mRIALS may be had upon the RaceJL course up to April 19th upon application to the Secretary. Fee : 10s for :>ne horse and 5s for each additional horse. GL BISSET, Secretary. (Residence, Cox street.) 4517 NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. OHRISTCHURCH AUTUMN RACES, APRIL 7th and Bth. ON the 7th and Bth April the evening trains from Christcnurch to Ashburton, and Rakaia to Methven will start at 5.20 p.m. and 7.35 p.m., running 65 and i 0 minutes, respectively, later than timetable times. On Good Friday goods traffic will be suspended. Fares as already Advertised. 4tlß BY ORDER. IN BANKRUPTCY, In the District Court of Ashburton (being a Local Court of Bankruptcy), holden at Ashburton. In the matter of " The Bankruptcy Act 1883," and the Acts amending the same, and of the Bankruptcy of James M'Morran Wood, of Tinwald, Butcher. "VTOTICE k neret7 & yen inafc Jamis J>| McMoekan Wood, of Tinw^ Butcher, has this day been adjudicated » bankrupt, and that the first meeting of Creditors, will bje held in the District Courthouse, Aahburton, on, TUESDAY, April Bth, 18§0, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. Dated this Ist day of. April, 1890. J. C. BELL, Deputy-Official Assignee. John C. Cork, Solicitor. 3§19 H. H. SEBPHRNS iS deoircm to Inform the Inhabitant* «f Aehburtoa and ihe Pub ie th»t hoh>t made tbe n nceßsa<y sr.cngem nte, und will OOMME.NO3 BUBINE33 On bis own acconut In ihit Shop \aU\y occutied by Mr D. MoFaklanb, Boraeit Street, with a ' OaOIOE AND WELL ASSORTED BTOOK or , Groceries Crockery G'assware And a few; li ob or H -.RDWABE. Alihoughoa'y etartinjr m a wAI way, yet w-th »ho nssihlanco of bis o\] £ci« «3s, nnd truals a fow ndw ouop, ho will be able t) ccmpeto with tloL-v^or !! u-o-, i-r.d wil always ondoavor to «.ivo Jlorost Value to Oaatoraeta for their Moauy. THE SHOP WILL Bffl OPENE 1) OK SATURDAY, April Qfli,And will fcei carried ou under Vu<i ;tj!o or ( " firm of STJEPJQEN3 BiiO3. 3tiw

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2391, 2 April 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2391, 2 April 1890

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