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Entertainments ODDFELLOW S' HALL, ASHBURTON. 10-\IGUT! TO-NIGHT! SATURDAY, 3rd JUNE. Tay'loMJarringtoii Co. la The Great Moral and Temperance 4 Act Drama, " TEN NIGHTS IN A BAR-ROOM." As Played by the T.C. Co. throughout all the Principal Cities of Australasia. Act I—Miseries of Dc nk. A ct 2—Tbe Bar-room Brawl. Ant S—Daath of Little Mary. Aofc 4—Joys of Temperance. Performance to Conclude with a Beautifully Illuminated Apotheosis. T.C. usual Prices and Concessions. 6 34 Government Notices NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS, PRINCE OF WALES' BIRTHDAY. JUNE 3rd, 1905. j THE Holiday Excursion tickets issued from any station to any station on the Hurunui-Bluff Section, from June Ist to i June sth inclusive, will bow be available for return till June 26th. 6 33 By Order. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT AT ASHBURTON. MONDAY, JUNE sth. f ipHE Affernoon Train from Ashburton i. to Sprinjfburn will start at 5 p.m., and run 35 minutes later than timetable times. 67 By Order.

NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS PRINCE OF WALES'S BIRTHDAY. Excursion to Timaru, MONDAY, 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 Ashburton 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. I fssnesui, &<mm fTIHE Friends of Mr OcTAVitra Digby are JL respectfully informed that his Funeral will move from his late residence, Dij?by'a Bridge, on MONDAY, 6th inst., at . 2.30 p.m., for the Asbburton Cemetery. BAKER BROS., 6 47 Undertakers.

Public Notices. Educating the Horse. PROFESSOR T. LICHTWARK'S ENGAGEMENTS. Lesions in the Smithy, Chertsey, on MONDAY, June sth, at 7.30 p.m. Class Ticket, £1 Is. Class Lessonß at Friedlander's Horse Bazaar, Ashburton, on TUESDAY, June 6th, at 2 p.m. Class Ticket, .£1 Is; will admit to all Lessons. 6 48 WINTER SHOW! ENTRIES will be received up to TUESDAY, 13th inst., for the following Classes not included in schedule :— Class A.—Fat Bullock, any age „ B.— „ Steer, under three yeare „ C— „ Cow, any age „ D.— „ Heifer, under three years J. B. CHRISTIAN, 6 50 Secretary.

F, H. McLEAN, TEiCHER OF PIANO AND VIOLIN, Wills Street, Ashburton. Music supplied for Quadrille Parties and Balls, either Piano or Violin. Terms on Application to DRESDEN PIANO CO. Technical Classes. nnHE Second Term will begin next Week Dresemaking—TUESDAY, 6th. Woodwork-WEDNESDAY, 7th. Miss Easterbrooke will give a Public Demonstration on TUESDAY EVENING, at? p.m. J. S. TENNANT. 6 31 Hon. Seo. FOR SALE. I 2 SHARES in No. 2 Industrial Building Society. Apply to— T. BULLOCK.

Money to Lend, -O"l K.f\f\ ~WE have a Special Sum of £1600, besides several smaller sums, now awaiting investment on trust securities. WILDING, ROLLESTON, & ACLAND. Ashburton. 5 368 ASHBUR-TON Permanent Building and Investment Society. Deposits—Rate of Interest At Call on Every Day's Balance: 3| per cent up to £200, On Fixed Deposit: For six months, any sum, 3J per cent. For twelve months, any sum, 4 per cent In the event of Fixed Deposits being paid before due date, call rates will be allowed. ALBERT ROBERTS 21 Manager.

Trespass Notice. A NY Person or Persons Found Trespassing on the Riversdale Estate in pursuit of Game or otherwise will be PROSECOTED 4 448 «V. S. STRANGE. MUSIC. PIANOFORTE, Singing, and the Theory of Music in all its Branches. Mrs Donald McLean* Mus. Bac-, Resumed Teaching on SATURDAY, MAY 27th. Musio Room — The Triangle, Wakanui Road. 5 182 BUSINESS CHANGE. Tl/TISSES OOBINSON Desire to notify that they have taken over the refreshment and fruit shop hitherto conducted by Mrs Constable in Burnett Street. By strict attention to business they solicit a fair share of public patronage. Refreshments are a?ailable at all hours. 5 316

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6587, 3 June 1905

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6587, 3 June 1905

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