"11/TR MALCOLM, Headmaster of the JJIL Hampstead School, will open an Evening Class for Youths on APRIL 28th commencing at 7.30. * 7 ,: Terms on Application. 18th April, 1890. 4 146 TO LET. "VTEAR Woollen Mills, Six Boomed .X\ House, and a Five Roomed one. Apply at Steele's Stoke. 4 168 ETURN "TTTSTU V OF MDAM FitEDO'J , NOVELTY COMBINATION, OF Gymnasts, Jugglers, Clowns and Pantomimists, TO-NIGHT. Hundreds turned away Monday night, unable to get admission. Open TO-NIGHT, at Side Royal Hotel, Moore Street. IN THEIR PRETTY PALACE PAVILION. NEW PROGRAMME. SIGNOR NAGO'S ' STRING BAND. Remember this Show is still FREE. No adult allowed to bring more than two children. 4 152 FRED^FREDO. OPIED FROM THE "ORIGINAL LETTER. A GENTLEMAN, who with his Wife has been travelling and visiting many places, came to see the Dunedin Exhibition—and in writing to request any letters that came after his departure might be forwarded to Australia, whither he had gone, says:—"My wife and I are very unanimous in opinion that the situation of the LEVIATHAN is by far the most open, airy, as well as healthy of all the Hotels we have stayed at. No one can desire better Accommodation than it affords, and as to Board, it is most certainly second to pone in any City we have been in ; in fact, your charge of One Shilling for such splendid Meals is simply ridiculously low. 3J144
ASHBURTON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 1 1 iHE Anniversary Services of the above JL Church will be conducted on SUNDAT next, 27th April, by Rev Mb, McKenzie, of Lyttelton, Morning and Evening, and at Wakanui in the afternoon. The Annual TEA will take place in the Oddfellows' Hall on TUESDAY, April 29. Addresses by Rev McKenzie and other Ministers and special musical items by Choir and Friends. Tickets, 2s. Tea at 6 p.m. 4 174 SOUTH RAKAIA ROAD DISTRICT. rpENDERS will be received up to 3 J_ p.m. on THURSDAY, the Ist May next, for the following works :— Blinding two miles metalling Mainwaring's Road. Forming Cemetery and Thompson's Track Roads. Forming Road and Footpath in the Township. ] Metalling and Blinding about 15 chains in Township. Specifications can be seen at the Road Board's Office, South Rakaia. Tenders to be endorsed and addressed to the Chairman of the Board. A. MAKEIG, 4§171 Clerk to Board.^ NEW ZEALAND RAIWAYS. Races at Ashburton, April 23rd and 24th. QATURDAY return tickets to AshburJO ton, available for return up to 25th April, will be issued on the 23rd and 24th inst. at Christchurch, Timaru, and inter mediate stations. On the 23rd and 24th i the Express train from Christchurch will stop to set down passengers at the Ashburton Saleyards siding, if required. On the 24th the train due from Ashburton for Timaru at 3.45 p.m. will start at 5.35 p.m. and run 1 hour 50 minutes later than timetable times ; and on the 23rd and 24th the Mount Somers train will leave Ashburton at 5.45 p.m., and run 1 hour 20 minutes later than timetable times 41133 BY_ORDER. __ ASHBURTON COUNTY~COUNCIL. ELECTORAL ROLLS FOR 1890. "VTOTICE is hereby given that a copy JJN of the Electoral Rolls for 1890 of the various Ridings in this County, are on view from 27th April to 15th May, , 1890, at the following places:— i Wakanui Riding, Schoolhouse, Wakanui Ashburton „ UpperAshburtonßoad Board Office, Tinwald. South Rakaia,, Road Board Office, South Rakaia. MtHutt „ Road Board Office, Lismore. Rangitata „ Road Board Office, Methven. Mt Somers „ Road Board Office, Mount Somers. Upper Ashburton Miss Bishop's Store, Store, Afford Forest Road. COPIES of the abovo Electoral Rolls are on view also at the County Council Offices, Arhb.urton, during office hours, during the above stated period. BY ORDER, F. MAINWARING, Clerk. Ashburton. April 22, 1890: _ 4*175 IF YOU WANT "GENUINE VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY, TRY
W. W. SPENCER'S HE is now offering the best value ever had in Ashburton A largo and well assorted sto<jk of DRAPERY CLOTHING AND BOOTS. Flannel la a yard, Good heavy dress tweeds all colors Bid per yard. Winter Homespuns 7£d. Cashmeres and merinos in all colors at very low prices. Blankets in grey while and blue at very low prices. Quilts, _ calicos, flannels, holland.s, and shirtings. Cheaper than ever. Double width whito sheeting 7-kl. Mens boys and youths suits. Sox, shirts and hats at prices before never known. BOOTS BOOTS BOOTS. Tho cheapest boots and the best boots ever had in Ashburton are at W. W. SPENCER'S THE ARCADE. Men's Bluchers, 6s lid. Men's shooters 10s 6d. Children's patent leather slippers, shoes and boots. Extra value very cheap. The best school boots for boys and girls in Ashburton at WW.SPENGEBS * ARCADE ASHBUUTON.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2408, 23 April 1890
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