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Entertainments ODDFELLOWS 1 HA LL, Ashhurfc<»n. Undor the Direction of Ma J. C. WIM.IAMSON. (The Great Australian Entrepreneur) We Place the World Before You TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. ONE NIGHT ONLY. THE Marvellous Marvellous Williamson Kio-Tableaw Williamson Bio-Tableau AND Russo-Jap War. Russo-Jap' War. The Eight Wonders of the World. We enumerate a few Items of our Wonderful Programme : — See Japanese Taking Positions. See A Naval Engagement off Port Arthur See The Battle of Liao-Yang. See The Great Temple Procession at Nekko. See The Great Toronto Fire. See Japanese m Trenches outside Port Arthur See The 1904 Melbourne Cup Piotures See Street Life m Tokio See Japanese Imperial Guards off to the Front See Driven from Home. See The Ballet Master's Dream, etc, etc, and The Greatest Picture m the World— THE PARISIAN PANTOMIME STUDY (m 30 Tableaux) STJKMAEIJU A, or The Old Man of the Sen. THE 810-TABLEAU is the Greatest Educational Pioneer of the Century. Box Plan at Jones', Bookseller, where day sales may alao be procured. Popular prices—3s, 2s, Is (children half j price to 3a and 2s on)y.) Business Managar —Bert Rotdk. 5 5 Treasurer—o. Sudholz. j OD DFELL 0W S* HALL A-.HBURTON. Director . . . Mix, George Musgrove. | THE DRAMATIC EVENT OF THE AGE. FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY. ' To-morrow (Wednesday) Evening May 3rd, J & Mr GEORGE MUSGROVE presents for the first time m Aehburton, AUGUSTS VAN BIENE, A.UGUSTE VAN BIENE, The World Renowned Actor-Masioian, m the moat famous of Modern Dramas, THE Broken Melody, The Broken Melody. As played by him over 4,000 times. Supported by a Powerful and Specially Selected London Dramatic Company, CAST OF CHARACTERS: Paul Borinski (a Musician) Mr Augtjste Van Bizne General Ivanoff (Agent of the Russian Secret Police) ... Mr Arthur Bawtree Dudley Mortimer (a Theatrical Agent) Mr Horaco Lingard Diokson (a Lodging-house Keeper) Mr John Denton Doctor McGrath ... Mr truest Laceby The Hon. Richard Spinnackar Mr Arthur L?wis Beaujour (a Frsnch Impresario) Mr Henry Ludlow MrsDickson Mrs Morton Miss Gerrard ... ...Mi3S Ida Chapman Tho Hon. Mrs Spinnacker Miss Avis Grahame The Duchess De Verviers Miss Marie Rignold And Mabel (Wife of Borinski) Miss Lena Bnrnleigh The Scenery Fpecially Painted for this Production by W. K. COLEMAN. During the production VAN BISNE will play his Celebrated 'Cello Solos. RESERVE YOUR SEATS AT H. M JONES. PRICES-Reserved Stalls 4s, Stalls 3s, Pit Is. Doors open afc 7 p.m., Curtain rises punctually at 8, Carriages 10.35 p.m. 5 27 ■ PETE HUGHES, Manager. Government Notices. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. TIMETABLE ALTERATIONS. OH" aud after MONDAY, 2th May, the Afternoon Train from Timaru to Ashburton, which, at present starts at 3.30 p.m., will start at 4.0 p.m., and leave Rangitata 5.36, Hinds 6.22, Winelow 6.43, Tinwald 6 57, arriving Aahburton 7.5 p.m. 5 19 BY ORDER. Public Notices. LADIES' DRUID LODGE. Annual Social V\7 ILL be held m the Oddfellows' Hall V\ on THURSDAY, May 4th. Double tickets 3s 6d, extra lady Is 6d, 4 395 Rakaia Koad District. THE Annual Meeting of Ratepayers will beheld at NOON on THURSDAY, May 4th, 1905, at the Road Board's Office, Rakaia. By Order. L. OXLEY. j 3 343 Clerk. Tinwald Parochial District. Bazaar and Sale of Work. IN Aid of the Funds of the above District Will be held m the Oddfellows' Hall, Tinwald, ....0N... Thursday, lay 4th, 1905. Gifts of Produce will be thankfully received by the Vestry, and may be left at Messrs Gudsell's and T. Robinson's Stores. There will be Amusements of various kinds for old and young. Easter Tree. Doll Dressing Competition for young girls. Refreshments can be obtained. Admission 6d; Children half price. Commence at 2 p.m. ASHBURTON Permanent Building and Investment Society. THE Monthly and other Payments ARE NOW DUE, and will be received at the Office, Tancred Street, THIS DAY, From - 9.30 a.m. to 4 p.m., and From 7 to 9 p.m TUESDAY, MAY 2nd, 1905, Deposits—Rate of Interest i At Call on Every Day's Balance: 3-J per cent up to ££00, On Fixed Deposit: For six months, any sum, 3£ per cent. For twelve months, any sum, 4p6r cent In the event of Fixed Deposits being paid before due date, call rates will be allowed. ALBERT ROBERTS 5 21 Manager. _ Ashburton Acclimatisation Society. PARADISE DUCK PROTECI'ED. SPORTSMEN are cantioned that a " Gazette " Notice prohibits absolutely for one year, the taking or killing of the Paradise Duck. The penalty for bo doing is not leas than 40b or mote than JJSO. A. H. SHTTKT, Sforetay

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6559, 2 May 1905

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6559, 2 May 1905

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