David Thomas. Bullock's Arcade SATURDAY, "~>ne 3rd, 1905. Suburban Property, containing 4 Acres, Allenton, Subdivided into 7 Lots. MR D. THOMAS has received instructions from Mr Joseph Canning, to offer for Sale by Auotion, —• His Suburban Property, North-East Belt, Allenton, Fronting Domain, Containing 4 ACRES, subdivided iuto 7 Lots, as follows :— 1 Acre, with 6-roomed House and other Improvements 2 Lots of 1 Acre each' i Lots of i-Acre each ; Inspection Invited. Sale at 2 p.m. D. THOMAS, 5 212 Ashbnrton.
, Entertainments ODDFELLOWS' HA LL. ASHBURTON. FSIDAY, 2nd JUNE. Taylor-Uarrington Co. In an entirely new version of the CemedyDratn/i, "MY SWEETHEART." , New Songs, Duets, and Choruses. SATURDAY, 3rd JUNE. The Beautiful Moral Drama, " TEN NIGHTS IN A BAR-ROOM." T.C. usual Prices and Concession, Children accompanied by an adulb 6d, to any part of Theatre. E. ARMITAGB, 5 374- Advance Manager. Tenders. Ashburton Borough Council TENDERS are invited for the supply of Shingle for metalling Streetß and Footpaths (1200 Yards, more or less). Particulars at Town Clerk's office, where tenders, accompanied with a guarantee deposit of £3, will be received till 4 p.tri. on. MONDAY, the sth June. H. H. FOOKS, 5 353 Town Clerk.
Government Notices NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS, PRINCE OF WALES' BIRTHDAY. JUNE 3rd, 1905. HOLIDAY Excursion Tickets at 2d per mile First-class, Id per mile second clasa, minimum 43 and 2s respectively, mileage counted one way only, will be issued from any station to any station on the Hurunui-Bluff Section, from June Ist to June sth inclusivo, available for return till June 22nd. 5 326 By Order. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. PRINCE OF WALES'S BIRTHDAY. Excursion to Timaru. MO\DAY, sth JUNE, 1905. AN EXCURSION TRAIN will leave Christchurch for Timaru at 8.5 a.m., Ashburton 10.38, arriving Timaru 12,30 p.m., returning from Timaru at 5.35 p.m., Temuka 6.5, Winchester 6.14, arriving Ashburton 7.40. Return Fares by this train only, from Ashbutton 7s and 3s 9d. The tickets may be used for Orari, Winchester, Temuka (at which stations the train will stop) or Timaru. 5 379 BY ORDER. THE Friends of the late Mrs A. Trethowan are respectfully informed that her Funeral will move from her Son's Residence, Dromore, on THURSDAY, Ist June, at 10.30 a.m., for the Aehburton Cemetery. BAKER BROS., 5 381 Undertakers.
Public Notices. Educating the Horse. PROFESSOR T. LICHTWARK will give a ! Free Leoture at Chertsey School TONJGHT, at 8 p.m. Class Lessons at Friedlander's Horse. Baaaar TO-MORROW (THURSBAY) and FRIDAY, June let and 2nd, at 2 p.m, Class Fee —£1 Is; will admit to all Lessons, wherever given, 5 378 HOCKEY. mHE Ladies' Hockey Club will hold a PRACTICE GAME TO-MORROW on the Domain Ground, opposite the Entrance to the Oval. 5 384 ADDPELLOWS 1 HALL. Tuesday, 6th June. AN OPPONENT OF PROHIBITION. H 1 M. STEWART, Member of « Duaedin Fabian Society, will deliver a Lecture on "THE FALLACIES AND FAILURES OF NO-LICENSE." Questions Answered at Close of Leoture. ADMISSION FREE. 15 380 Doors Open at 7.30 p.m.
Money to Lend, 4?1 fc£AA —WE have as oWltll/V» Sum of £1500, besides several smaller sums, now awaiting investment on trust securities. WILDING, ROLLESTON, & ACLAND. Ashburton. 5 368 MUSIC, PIANOFORTE, Singing, and the Theory of Music m all its Branches. Mrs Donald McLean, Mus. Sac, Will Resume Teaching on j SATURDAY, MAY 27th. Music Room — The Triangle, Wakanui Road. 6 162 Special Lines ... AT ... Special Prices. BLANKETS and Rugs, Woollen Underwear, Ladies' Jackets and Rainproof Coats, and a Large Assortment oi Seasonable Goods for Winter Wear at— U. €. Barrett's Drapery, Clc Ming, and Boot W rehouse.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Issue 6584, 31 May 1905
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Issue 6584, 31 May 1905
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