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Huntino.—The meeting of those interested m hunting, convened for this afternoon, lapsed, owing to the absence of a sufficient nutnbor to constitute a quorum. Football. — A representative football match, Ashbmton v. Canterbury, will be played on the Domain Ovil on Monday, June sth. As this will be the first match of the character yet played m Asliburton, : the event should result m attracting a large number of spectators. With such local players as Dansey, McDonald, Harper, Lynch* Bros., Culverhouse, Gudsell, and others, the Ashburton team should mike a good stand on the fiold of play. The Rugby Association having been granied a close day for the Domain, it has been decided to charge Is for admission to the match.

Church Notices. Primitive Methodist Church, HARVEST Festival Services, Tomorrow—Morning at. 11, Rev. R. Hall; Afternoon at 3, Sacred Song Service, at which the leading artistes of Ashburton will take part. Short address on " Musio" by Rev. R. Hall. Evening at 6.30, Rev. R. Hall; Subject, " Sowing and Reaping." HARVEST SOCIAL and CONCERT on TUESDAY. 6d each. 5 339 ST. STEPHEN'S CHURCH.—Tomorrow's Services: 11 a.m., Matics and Holy Communion; 6.30 p.m., Evensong ; 3 p.m., service ac Seafield. 5 338 mHE TABKRNACLK-To-morrow, JL Pastor W. L. b'Ai.TEU. Morning, "Able to Keep"; Evening, "Tho Mission and its Results." 5 387 ■pARTNQ- Square Church—Tomorrow : JOIII a.m., Rev. G. F. Stock we ld ; 6.30 p.m., Rev. A. Peters. 5 334

Public Notices. EDUCATING.THE HORSE. IN MESSRS FRIEDLANDER BROS.' HORSE BAZAAR, ASHBURTON. TO-NIGHT, (SATURDAY, MAY 27th.) GRAND EXPOSITION on the above subject by Prof. Theodore Lichtwark. Admission, 23 6d. Clas3 Fee £1 Is; will admit to All Lessons. 5 272 Educating the Horse. PROFESSOR T. LICHTWARK'S ENGAGEMENTS. Exposition at Friedlander's Horse Bazaar To-night, at 8 o'clock. Admission 2s 6d. Exposition at Rakaia, Harvey's Smithy —Tuesday, May 30, at 8 p.m. Admission 2s 6d. Free Lecture, Chert?ey School—Wednesday, May Slat, at 8 p.m. Class "Lessons, Friedlander's Horse Bazaar, Ashburton, THURSDAY and FRIDAY, June let and 2nd, at 2 p.m. Class Ticket— .£1 Is; admit to all Lessons. 5 235 NOTICE A Ah ACCOUNTS Owing to CARSON AND CO. must be Settled before JUNE Ist. After above date, all outstanding Accounts will be Sued for without further notice. Address: CARSON AND CO., Box 84, Ashburton; or, care of G. H. CARSON, Cycle Works, Tancred Street. 6 343

SCOTTISH SOCIETY. AGENKRAL MEETING will be held ■will be held on WEDNESDAY NEXT, at 7.30 p.m., m the Oddfellows' Hall. ING LESIDE AT 8 p.m. 5 320 ASHBURTpN NO-LTCENSE COUNCIL. MONDAY, JUNE sth. ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING, m Baring Square Schoolroom, 3 p.m. Tea m Oddfellows' Hall 5.30 p.m., Lecture Rev. L. M. Isitt, 8 p.m. Tiokets, Tea, Adults, Is 6d, Children, Is 5 322 RESERVE Thursday Evening. June lst» for the Hakatere Young Men's Club Grand Concert. Magnificent Programme. Front seats, 2s; Main body of Hall, Is. 5 332 OAKHURST PRIVATE SCHOOL, Tancred Street. fTIERM Begins next WEDNESDAY. JL Piano, Violin, Drawing, Painting, French, German. The Misses Packer will be at home on TUESDAY, from 3 to 5 p.m. 5 321

Notice to Horse Owners, ME H. A. TINKER, Horse Dentist, is paying a Visit to Ashburton. He will arrive here on the 29th of the Month. Anyone requiring his Services may communicate with him at the Somerset Hotel, or Newmans Stables. 5 315 BUSINESS CHANGE. Tl/TISSES HOBINSON Desire to notify that they have taken over the refreshment and fruit shop hitherto conducted by Mrs Constable m Burnett Street. By strict attention to business they solicit a fair share of public patronage. Kefreshments are available at all hours. 5 316 T. Bullock TO LET. DW ELLING of 6 rooms, detached washhouse, etc., conveniently situated m Aitken Street. T. BULLOCK, Agent. toTet. NEW SHOP, conveniently situated m Burnett Street. Also,— SMALL SHOP m Triangle Buildings, near Post Office. And OFFICE or SHOP m Arcade. T. BULLOCK.

Rycgrass, Oats, and Wheat. Tr^Oß Prompt Delivery, we are CASH BUYERS, At Highest Market Rates, of |New. Season's Ryegrass, Oats, and Wheat. PRIEDLANDER BROS., LTD. 4 BBEY Boot Polish Shines Brightest. ADMIRAL Blue is^Good Blue. CSEF BAKING POWDER guaranteed satisfactory

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Issue 6581, 27 May 1905

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