J THURSDAY, 26th JUNE. ODDFELLOWS' HALL. GRAND CONCERT OF HIGH CLASS MUSIC Mr Richard Wood, Violin ; Mr Charles Wood, Viola;; Ijtr.'Ellis Wood, 'Cello Mr Henry-'. Wood; Double Bass; Mis* Ettie Wood,i Soprano Vocalist; Miss Lack, Soprano and Piano ; Mr Flower, Tenor Mr Milsom, Tenor. [String Quintette Pakty. PROGRAMME.-.Part First. 1. Overture -" Light Cavalry "Suppe— Band. 2. Tenor Song. • :, 3. Violoncello Solo — " Souvenir D'lr-lande.'V-Mr EllisWood. 4. Waltz Song— "Beauty Sleep"— Arditti —Miss Lack. 5. Viola Solo—'" Nocturne "—Kalliwoda —Mr Charles Wood. 6.. Duet—" Sainted Mother"— Wallace— Miss Lack and Miss Wood. 7. Quartette—Haydn's Op. 76, No. 3— Two Violins, Viola, and/CelloMessrs R., G., and H. Wood and Miss Lack. 8.-Song—"Forget and Forgive"—Welling s— With 'cello obbligato. 9. Minuet— Boccherini —String and Piano , »,. , Part Second.■ 1. Overture-;-" Le Collier d'Or"—JETer--1 man —Band. ' 2. Tenor Song. 3. Quintetfce-T-rScherzo, Andantino, and ' Ailegro^Scfcttbert-^Miss Lack, and Messrs R., C, E., and H. Wood. 4. Song—" Close to the Threshold," with violin obbligato—Miss Woodi and Mr, R. Wood.. , 5. Trio— Eummel, Op. 12—Piano, Violin and 'Cello —Miss Lack, and Messrs R. and E. Wood. 6. Song—"Oh had I Jubal's Lyre"— Handel —Miss Lack. ; ■ 7. Trio — Bernier — Piano,, 'Cello, and ' ;Contre Bjiss. 8. Violin Solo—"Reverie"— l/ieuxtemps —Mr R. Wood. 9. Polka—"Holly Bush"—D. GodfreyBand. Tickets—3s, "2s,ls. V Doors open at 7.30. Concert at 8. Carriages at 10. 6 102 MR T BULLOCK FRIDAY, JUNE 20th. CLEARING SALE : o> FARM STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, &c, Amo TWOr. FARMS, ONE OF }60 < Nacres 36fl THE OTHER OF 384 acres 384 MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions to sell by Public Auction on .FRIDAY, JUNE 20th, it the Homestead of Mr Wm. T. Lill, STewlands, the whole of the Farm Stock, [mplements, &c, as follows, viz., 6 Draught MARES and GELDINGS 0 HACKS 0 Two-year-olds, unbroken. R Head of MIXED CATTLE. REAPER and BINDER. CHAFF-CUTTER and Horsepower. 0 Farm DRAYS. 0 Sets 4-leaf HARROWS. CAMBRIDGE ROLLER. Treble-furrow PLOUGH. Spring TRAP and HARNESS. Quantity of OATS. Empty Sacks. A large quantity of Oaten Sheaf and Straw Chaff. Sundries. Every lot will be sold without the slightest reserve. Also, at same time and place,— Qol Acres 2 roods 38 perches, being 004! R.S. 26726, divided into paddocks". On this Property there is erected a comfortable Farmhouse of 6 rooms, Stable, and other buildings. It is well watered with a County water race. QftA lio Acres > being R.S.'snumbered OUU 1/^ 27187, 27271, fenced and cultivated, on which is erected a 3-roomed Cottage. It is divided into paddocks and is also well-watered. 1 The"se Properties are centrally situated, being only about 4 miles from the County Saleyards and within,-half-a-mile of the Newlands School. Farmers and others are invited to inspect both these properties, which will be sold on exceptionally easy terms of payment. Sale at 1 o'clock. T. BULLOCK, 6 78 , Auctioneer. SATURDAY, JUNE 21st. Town Seotionß, Building Allotments,; fronting Moore's Road, Hampstead and Tinwald Section. MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions to sell by Public Auction at the Arcade on SATURDAY, JUNE 21st, Town Sections 560, 561, 562, 563, having 3 frontages on Cox, Aitken and Cass Streets. These sections are well situated, being not far from the Railway Station. Good site for a private residence, and the land of first class quality for garden purposes. Lots 14 and 15, Corner of Beach Road and Church Street, Hampstead. Lot 16 opposite Corner. Lot 19 fronting Church Street, and adjoining the above. Lots 43 and 44 also fronting Church 1 Street. These sections contain £ acre each, conveniently situated and the land of very good quality. Lot 103, Tinwald, J acre, corner of Thompson and Agnes Streets. Terms to Suit Purchasers. Sale ]■■& o'clock Sharp. T. BULLOCK, 6t66 . Auctioneer. "TTTE~Have for SALE Privately,— 1000 Grand HOGGETS. 600 Sound mouth Merino EWES in Lamb. BLAND & HUMPHERYS, 6*99 Auctioneers. Hollo way's Ointment asd Pills.— Rheumatism and rheumatic gout are the most dreaded of all diseases, because their victims know that they are safe at no season and at no age secure. Holloway's Ointment, after fomentation of the painful parts, gives greater relief than any other application; but it must be dilligently used to obtain this desirable result. It has been highly commended by rhuematic subjects of all ages and of both sexes, for rendering their attacks less frequent and less vigorous, and for repressing the sour perspirations and soothing the nerves. In many cases Holloway's Ointment and Pills have proved the greatest blessings in removing rheumatism and rheumatic gout which has assailed persons previously an at the prime of life
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2444, 18 June 1890
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