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Entertainments ' ODDFELLOWS' HALL' A-.HBURTON. For Three Nights only, commencing WEDNESDAY, 24th MAT. MATINEE-THURSDAY at 3. Special Installation o£ Electric Light. First Appearance in the Colonies, direct from Edinburgh. WEST'S PICTURES (" The Finest in the World.") And THE BRESCIANS, ORCHESTRA and SINGERS, From the Royal Albert Hall, London, eta. West's Pictures West's Pictures And The Brescians The Rrescians An Artistic Combination that will present on Wednesday Next the Most Eeflned and Delightful Pictorial and Musical Entertainment ever given in Ashbarton, TWO SHOWS TOO GOOD TO MISS. ADMISSION—3p, 2s, and Is ; Children, Halt-price. Commence at 8 p.m.; Op«n 7.30; Carriages at 10.15.p.m. 5 247 The N Z Farmers' Co-Operative Association of Canterbury, Ltd, HORSE FAIR. OUR NEXT HOESB FAIE will be held on FRIDAY, 23rd June, 1905. We are NOW BOOKING ENTRIES for the above. Commission 3£ per cent.; Yard Fees Is 6d. T. P. GIBSON, Manager. H. A. LLOYD, Anotioneer. Tenders. TENDERb. nnENDERS are invited for the erection | JL of a Dwelling House in Peter Street for R. D. Johnston. Plane and specifications may be seen at R. D. Johnston's Cycle Depot. Tenders close on THURSDAY, May 25th, at 1 p.m. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Public Notices. Upper Ashburton Road Board, PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that Belt Eoad is stopped between Mr Tucker's and Mrs Wilson's, until the old Bridge is taken oat and filled in. By order. JOHN DAVISON, Clerk. Ashburton, May 19th^ 1905. 5 239 EDUCATING THE HORSE XN MESSRS FRIEDLANDER BROS.' HORSE BAZAAR, ASHBURTON. Friday and Saturday, May 26 and 27, at 8 p.m. GEA.ND EXPOSITION on the above subject by Prof. Theodore Lichfcwark. Admission, 2s 6d. Class Fee £1 Is; will admit to All Lessons. 5 272 For Sale—2oo Acre Farm. HOUSE AND OUTBUILDINGS, St. Andrews District. IN Occupation for past seven years by Mr H. Barrett. For Particulars apply at— H. C. BAEEETT'S Drapery, Clothing, and Boot Warehouse, Ashburton. 6 207 - don't forget. - H. O. AMOS, (Successor to E. Gibbard) ... wili, open on .- SATURDAY, 20th MAI. BARGAINS FOR ALL. ADDEESSi^" The Ready-Money Shop. __3I T_ncrkd Street, Opposite Arcade. Tt/TY TUNBE (ME HAEEOW) is in Ashbuxton this and next week. All Orders for Tunimg and Kepairs to Pianos and Organs will receive immediate attention. H. M. JONES, Booksellet and Stationer. _____ . m I it ■ w & ** _f M I *■" t 11 s' ► S 11! - Si-*' H j< A BBET Boot Polish Shines Brigktwfv

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6576, 22 May 1905

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6576, 22 May 1905

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