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Entertainments __ ODDFELLOWS' HALL AfeHBURTON. Director . . . Mb George Musgbovk. THE DRAMATIC EVENT OF THE AGB. FOR ONO3 NIGHT ONLY. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. May 3rd, Mr GEORGE MUSGROVE presents for the first time in Ashburton, AUGDSTE VAN BIENE, AUGUSTE VAN BIBNE, The World Renowned Actor-Musician, in the most famous of Modern Drama 3, 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 Bobtnski (a Mnsician) Mb Augoste Van Bizne General Ivanoff (Agent of the Russian Secret Police) ... Mr Arthur Bawtrew Dudley Mortimer (a Theatrical Agent) Mr Horace Lingard Dickson (a Lodging-house Keeper) Mr John Denton Doctor McGrath ... Mr Ernest Laceby The Hon. Richard Spinnacker Mr Arthur Lewis Beanjoetr (a Frensh Improscario) Mr Henry Ludlow Mrs Dickson Mrs Morton Miss Gerrard ... ...Miss Ida Chapman The Hon. Mrs ispinnacker Miss Avis Grahame The Duchess De Verviers Miss Marie Rignolcl And Mabel (Wife of Borinski) Miss I ena Burnleigb The Scenery specially Painted for this Production by W. K. COLEMAN. During the production VAN BIEMf. will play his Celebrated 'Cello Solos. RESERVE YOUK SEATS AT H. M JONES. PRlCES—Reserved Stalls 4s, Stalls 3s, Pit Is. Doorß open at 7 p.m., Curtain rises punctually at 8, Carriages 10.35 p.m. 5 27 PETE HUGHES, Manager. Government Notices. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. ASH BURTON TROTTING CLUB'S RACE MEETING. THURSDAY, 4th MAY, 1905. T?XCURSION Tickets at Fares of 2d per JCJ mile First Class, Id per mile, Second, minimum 4s and 2s respectively, mileage counted one way only, will be issued to Ashburton from Christchurch, Timaru, Springburn and intermediate stations, for the morning trains in each case, and for the 11.55- am express traiu from Christchurch on the 4th MAY, available for return till 23ni MAY. ON THURSDAY, 4th MAY, the 11.65 a.m. Express Train from Chrietohurch wiil set down passengers at the Ashburton Salryards Siding (for the Racecourse), if required. The afternoon Train from Ashburton to Tiwaiu will start ac 5.45 p.m., and leave Tinwald 5.54, Winslow 6.10, Hinds 6.31, Kangitata 7.14, and arrive Timaru 8.55 p.m. '1 he pf ternoon train Ashburton to Springburn will start at 6 p.m., and run 1 hour 35 minutes later than timetable time. 4 432 By Order. National Mortgage & Agency Co Alton! Forest-eism-Mcth-ven. 3280 ACRES; FIRST-CLASS GRAZING LAND. ON account of Mr Andrew McFarlane* who is retiring from active life. TO BE SOLD IN SUBDIVISIONS. On Saturday, 6tli May. At Messrs Friedlander Bros, Rooms, Ashburton. Lot 1— 1173 ACRES Lot 2 518 ACRES Lot 3— 701 ACRES Lot; 4899_ACRES See extended advertisement ia Mail of 29th, and Guardian of April 28th. Lithographic Plans on application. Full particulars from the Auctioneers. G. F. MARTIN, Manager. 4 20 H. S. BOURN, Auctioneer. David Thomas, ARCADE HOKSE FAIR. MY Nest Horse Fair will be held in the Arcade on FRIDAY, JUNE gtb, 1905. And throughonfc the Year on the Following Dates, viz.:— FRIDAY, JULY 21 $ FRIDAY, AUGUST 25; FRIDAY, SKPT. 29, FRIDAY NOV. 17, and FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29. DAVID THOMAS, 1 79 Ashburton. ii»«.iiihi ■111-11 111 111 iih , "•' ' ~l The N Z Farmers' Co-Operative Association of Canterbury, Ltd.| AUCTION MART West btreet, Ashburton. Saturday, May 6th. OUR Weekly Sale will be held as usual commencing at 11.30. a.m. PoultryPigs Cattle Horses Implements Potatoes, Etc. T. F. GlßSON,°Manager, H A. LLOYD. Anctioneer. Public Notices, OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. Therefore it will pay you to Buy from vs. 150 Test Kerosene 7s 6d per case, 3s 9d per tin. Finest Cane Sugar, 12s 6d per bag, or 2sd per lb. Finest Japan Rice, 8s (id per bag. Best Flour, 2001b Bags, 18s 6d; 1001b Bags, 9a 6d; 501b Bags, ss; 251b Bags, 2s 9d. Finest Oatmeal, 251b Bags, 2s 6d. Large Tina Pineapple 6 id. Seeded Raisins 5Jd per lb. Real Good Tea Is per Ib. We Sell More Pork, Ham, and Bacon. There is nothing nicer. Cash Register Coupons with every Cash Purchase at— JOHN MOFFAT & 00., Opposite the Railway Station. WANTED - MOTORISTS to know that we cater especially for thair wants Large stocks of extras, petrol, oil, oio. The G. H, Carson Cycle and Motor Works.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6560, 3 May 1905

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6560, 3 May 1905

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