■■-■■'■■ ■■ ■■■-■■■- := - FOE ■: ' ."'■ '■'.'■ \ TWO WEEKS \ •". '■ - . 7 OWING TO THE TBiiMENDOUS BUSINESS THE SHOW IS DOING IN CHRITCHURCH. DIRECT FROM AMERICA. DIRECT FROM AMERICA 'VTXMTJEL BEOS. 3 unifi "liDiii-cncvi coMi-PJk.isr"y. Three Timeis Larger and 13otter TJian - Ever. THE NEW DATE Mill, 111!, if. Hi : Commencing at EIG rTT o'clock. > t, /'■':■ ■■'■-■ ■ E.OCATIOIT- p . Wakamii Road, near Central Hotel. Nothing of importance preceding, and you willnover care to,see any Show that follows. ■■< ■" ' k All.previous Efforts eclipsed. New American Artistes, Sole and j^qual Proprietors . . , . . . Wirth Brothers General Business Manager Alexander; 35—Spirited Barebacked Horses 35 Reined, Ridden, and Driven by a Single Equestrian. Imitation has been crudely attempted of this Brilliant and Dashing Show, but it never has been, never can be, equalled Phenomenal Riding Ait*. Also, do not forget our ..... I V.. ; • IfKW ' SPJBCIAI/frY COMPANYi Imported specially from America, headed by the Princes of ; Comedy, PIEEY, tiie RYANS, LULTJ, BILLY, the ACKERMAIfs, PEARL. i Concert ... ... .4 One shilling extra Also, Numerous Bide Shows of every description, forming the greatest Carnival ever witnessed m New Zealand. LOW FARES. EXCURSION TBAINS. Reduced "Rates by road or rail. POPULAR PBICEB . . . ... . . . 3gand«S. Don*t forget the new date —Now conies our startling Novelty——Direct from America — AMD IIIPPOmtOJIE. Holiday Afternoon, IVoveinJUer 10. °'"h' ASHBUETOI BOIAH Genuine American Indians. Red and Dusky Wairiors, All'the greatest Tribes represented. Thrilling Episodes. Our large; Company of the most daring Cowboys m the United States,, headed by the Kenowed. ; / Scouts. Guides. Indians. Nevelty, Splendour, Romance, and Genius are all combined m this grea/ v , Exhibition of ours to please the public. : ■ Thrilling Incidents of Indian and Cowboy Exploits, , , A huge Hippodrome. Roman Chariot Races. Diverting Obstacle Race*. Pony Express Riding. Cowboy Frolics. Sports of Ancient Rome JRevired. Expert Mexican Vaqueros. Thrilling Lassoing; ;: Beautiful Squaws. Rare;and Matchless Prairie Life. Attack on the Deadwood Coach. Hanging a Horse Thief » General Ouster's Rally. Mountain Meadow Massacre. Border Life m all its phases. ■ • ■ ■ ■ -O— — ■ . ' :.' . ; A World Wltllin A World. , . At Exhibition that Set England, Hie Continent, and America Wild. Nothing spared to make this Show an event chronicled m the minds , of everyone for years to come. > EVERYBODY WILL BE THERE. DON'T FORGET THE OPENING OF OtJR '•' ! ■ I. xwo Distinct shows. WILD WEST SHOW AND HIPPODROME—Aftemooa 230, ASHBTOTONDOMAHT; Admission, 2a. i .iIIIIOIH DOUBLE CIRCUS COMPIN^-; POPULAR' PEICES. • . , . • 38 ahd»S. I i Sfr further Particulars see Pictoral Posting Couriers and Newspapers] : It 119 ' JAME3 HUGO] Advance Agent,
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2553, 25 October 1890
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2553, 25 October 1890
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