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j AMUSEMENTS ( "" ODDFELLOWS' HALL. \ Under the Direction of Messrs Williamson, Garner find Musgrovo. Business .Manager ... Mil W. A. J i nktns Agent in Advance... Mil Jok Bitowx. FOR ONE NIG H T ONL Y. MONDAY MAY 12tii. \ "TTTILL bd prosoutod Mrs Frances, VV Hodgson 1 Burnci/fc's stage version j of her beautiful story LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY. The piece is produced by Special arrangement with Mr George Wobher-1 spoon, representing the authoress and' Mr Wesley Sisson, of New York. | Little Lord Fauntleroy will be enacted I by precisely the same Company engaged \ in its original production at the Princess Theatre, Melbourne, and now touring New Zealand prior to their reappearance in Melbourne in this delightful play, which has everywhere been received with overwhelming success. Prices: Reserved seats, 4s; second ! seats, 3s ; pit, 2s. Plan of reserved seats at W. Zander's, Tobacconist. • 5t49

IN BANKRUPTCY. In the District Courfc 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 Thos. and R. Morgan, of Mount Somers, Storekeepers, j "VTOTICE is hereby given that TUESJ_N DAY, the twentieth day of May, 1890, at the hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon, at the District Courthouse, Ashburton, has been appointed by the Court for the public examination of Richard Morgan, one of the abovenamed bankrupts. Dated at Ashburton this 10th day of May, 1890. ■ J. C. BELL, 6|73 Deputy Official Assignee. '_ - - ---■ ■ ""' '■"'•' i THE

SONS & DAUGHTERS

OF TEMPERANCE FRIENDLY BENEFIT SOCIETY.

FE Special Advantages offered by this Society are—lst, a large invested fund; 2nd, the funeral donation being reassured by the National Division ; 3rd, a liberal relief during sickness, with choice of any doctor within the district for members and their families, and as large funeral donation as is j consistent with safety. ' The Grand Division has established a j Central Sick Fund, which secures uniformity of fees and benefits throughout New Zealand ; allows members to move from one division to another without any increase of contributions, and affords absolute security to small or weak divisions, Benefit for Male Members :—First six months' sickness, 20s per week;' second six months, 13s ; afterwards, 10s ; t death of a member, £30; death of a member's wife, £10. Half the above benefits are received by female members. Honorary Members of both sexes shall be entitled to the services of the physician and apothecary, providing they pass a satis- ) factory medical examination, and recoup to the Division the amount of fees payable by it to those officers on their account. •- The pledge originally adopted has remained unchanged until the present time, and by it all forms of intoxicating drinks are proscribed. The position the Sons and Daughters of Temperance occupy is a standing testimony of the value of Total Abstinence principles, and compares favorably with any other Friendly Society; the sickness rate showing one-third less than that of .other Societies not based on total abstinence principles; the death rate being only six per thousand in tho Sons and Daughters of Temperance, as against nine per thousand, the yearly average death rate of other Societies. This Order should command the support and attention of all earnest temperance workers, as it gives uncontrovertible testimony of the value of total abstinence to the health of the body; exerts* a decided influence on public opinion, and provides an opportunity for total abstainers to make provision for themselves in case of sickness, accident, or death. ' , • .The Lodge meets MONDAY, 12th May, and each alternate Monday,, at the Templar Hall, Ashburton, at 8 p.m. Every Total Abstainer Should Join. , 4 213 W. MURRAY, Se6. 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 large and well assorted stock of DRAPERY, CLOTHING, AND BOOTS Flannel Is a yard. Good heavy dress', tweeds all colors Bjd per yard. Winter Homespuns 7£d. ! Cashmeres and Merinos in all colora at

very low. prices. ', Blankets, in grey, white, and blue, at very low prices. „■,,, Quilts, calicos, 1 flannels, hollands, and shirtings, Cheaper than ever. Double width white sheeting 7|d. Mens, boys, and youths suits. Sox, shirts, and hats at prices before never known.

BOOTS, BOOTS, BOOTS. The cheapest Boots and the Best Boots ever had in Ash burton .ire at W. W.'SPEPER'S THE ARCADE. Men's Bluchers (is lid. Men's shooters 10s Cd. Children's patent leather slippers, shoes and boots. Extra, value very cheap. I'he best school boots for boys and girls in Ashburton at W. W. SPENCER'S ABOAT>E, ABHBUBTON. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR A PUBLICAN'S LICENSE.

I HENRY BATES, of South Rakaia, j « Hotel keeper, do hereby givo notice that I desire to obtain and "vvill ufc the next Licensing Mooting to bo holden | at South Rakaia on the 3rd DAY of Juno 1890, apply for a certificate, authorising the issue of a Publican's License for a house situate at South llnknin and known as the South Rakaia Hotel and containing i eighteen rooms, exclusive of those used ' for use of family. Dated 9th day of May 1890. ' 5 75 HENRY BATKS. NOTICE;OF APPLICATION FOltT PUBLICAN'S LICENSE. ( ~T MARY JOSEPHINE PA TTON, of _L ? Methven, do hereby give notices that I desire to obtain, and will ab the next Licensing Meeting of the Licensing Committee for the Licensing District of | Mount Hutt, to bo holden at. the Road Board Office, Mothvcn, on the NINTH i DAY of June, 1890, apply for ii certificate authorising the issue of a Publican's I License, for a house situate at Mefchven and known.as the Methven Hotel,'containing; twenty-nine rooms, exclusive of those required for Hie use of the family. Dated, the. Tenth day of May 1890. . W7B

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2426, 10 May 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2426, 10 May 1890

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