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Entertainments __ ___ DDF ELL OW S' HALL, Ashburton. Under the Direction of Mb J. C. Wim.iamson. (The Great Australian Entrepreneur) We Place the World Before You TUKNDAY. 2nd May. ONE NIGHT ONLY. MR J. C. WILLIAMSON presents for the first time m this town the latest and foremost Biographic achievement, the MARVELLOUS 810-TABLEAU. (Prom thfl Etnpiro and Alhambra Theatre, London.) This remarkable Biograph machineexeeta any previous invention of a like nature ever presented to a New Zealand public. A Magniflnont Rories of Pictures depicting Stirring and Vivid Scenes m the RUSSO-JAPANESE WAX, Thrilling ! Daring ! ! Sensational I ! ! Note—These pictures, of the most tragic strife of any generation, were taken by a specially commissioned staff, and are absolutely authentic, and copyrighted throughout the world. In addition to the Great War Subjects, a BEAUTIFUL AND WONDERFUL SERIES OF PICTURES Will be displayed, culled from all quarter of the Globe, and treating of LIFE IN EVERY CLIME! War ! Drama! Comedy ! Pantomine! The Roar of Cannon, The Battle of Musketry, The Shriek of Shells, The Din of Battle. THE 810-TABLEAU Is a Meteor of Brilliance and Radiating Influence. THE TALK OF ALL AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND. Box Plan at Jones', Bookseller, where day sales may also be procurod. Popular prices—3s, 2s, Is (children half price to 3a and 2s only.) Touring Manager—W. J. LINCOLN. ODDFELLOW S' HALL, ASHBURTON. Under the Direction of Mr George Musgrove. THE DRAMATIC EVENT OF A LIFETIME. \ ONE NIGHT ONLY. Wednesday Evening Hext. May 3 Mr GEORGE MUSGROVE presents I for the first time m Ashburton, AUGUSiE VAN BIENE, AUGUSTE VAN BIENE, t The World Renowned Actor-Musician, m ! the most Famous of all ! Plays, The Broken Melody, As played by him over 4,000 times. Supported by a Powerful and Specially Selected London Dramatic Company, London Dramatic Company, From the Principal London Theatres. " There are two things worth living for —to hear Adelina Patti sing, and Van Biene play the 'Cello."—Clement Scott, " London Daily Telegraph." " Van Biene, great Actor, famous 'Cellist, 'after him—Nothing."—" London Daily Telegraph." "THE BROKEN MELODY—greatest and grandest of Dramatic Creations, now creating a veritable furore throughout New Zealand." Stenery specially Painted for this Production by W. R. COLEMAN. The Fox Plan is now open at H. M. Jones. Prices ... 4s, 3s, Is. 4 398 PETE HUGHES, Manager. Tenders. TENDERS. mENDERS are invited for BUILDING JL HOUSE at Wincbmore. Plans and Specifications may be seen at my office. Tenders close on MAY 6th. Lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. R. BIRD, * '122 . Architect. Unper Ashburton Road Board. mENDERS are Invited for Shingling -1- some 140 Chains (more or less), of Wilson's Road, from Winchmore Road (at the School), some 20 yards Shingle to the chain. Tenders to be addressed to the Chairman of the Board, marked " Tender," and left at the Board's Office, before 10 o'clock a.m. of MONDAY, May Ist. Particulars of the work can be had on application to the Clerk. The Lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. By Order, JOHN DATISON, 4 341 Clerk. Public Notices. To the Electors of Ashburton. T ADIES AND GENTLEMEN,—Accept JU my sincere Thanks for the very liberal support that placed me at the head of the poll at Wednesday's Eleotion of Councillors, and I hope to merit your confidence by attention to the business of the Council.—Yours faithfully, 4 418 JOHN DAVISON. To the Burgesses of Ashburton T ADIES AND GENTLEMEN,—I hereby JLJ Thank you for returning me as a Member of the Borough Council, and trust you will have no reason to regret doing so. 4 427 . P. STEWART. I THANK every Voter who attended the Poll on Wednesday, and particularly the 88 who recorded their Votes m my favour.—-A, J. TyrbbllBaxteb. 4 414 NOTION ~ ANYONE found on my Farms m pursnit of Game, or otherwise, without permission, WILL BE PKOSBCUTED. JOHN BONIFANT, 4 319 Wakanui. Ashburton Acclimatisation Society. PARADISE DUCK PROTECTED. SPORTSMEN are cautioned that a " Gazette " Notice prohibits absolutely for one year, the taking or killing of the Paradise Duck. The penalty for so doing is not less than 40s or moie than .£SO. A. H. SHURY, Secretary Chertsey Sports Committee. ALL Accounts owing by and to the Chertsey Sports Committee are requested to be sent to the Secretary as soon as possible. ALEX. IRONSIDE. 4 403 Seoretary. Information Wanted OF ANDREW BRADY—address m New Zealand; last heard of about two year 3 since—by his Mother, Fannt Bbady, Glenveigh, Termon, Co. Donegal, Ireland, which will be thankfully .received. 4 416 FOR SALE. 18 h.p. and 1 6 h.p. Aveling and Porter Traction Engine j m good order. 112 h.p. Horizontal Engine (maker Young); cheap. 1 Cornish Boiler, 20 h.p. (maker Young); Cheap. 13 h.p. James Motor Bioycle, nearly new; a bargain. 14 h.p. Vertical Boiler and Engine shafting and pulleyß for same. Apply MANAGER, Reid & Gray. OHIP Tomato Sauce is Delirious

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6556, 28 April 1905

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6556, 28 April 1905

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