The No-License Campaign.—Mrs HarrUon Lee this afternoon addressed a lar^y open-air meeting at the corner of Burnett and East Streets.
Entertainments ADDFELLOIS 1 HALL. Sole Lessee, Mr Edmund Montgomery. Positively One Night Only. TUESDAY NEXT, July 4th. Montgomery's Pictures, Montgomery's Pictures. The finest studies of Animated Photography THE SIGN OP THE CROSS. CHASING A PICKPOCKET. MRS BROWN'S TROUBLES. THE POACEEKS, And the Great Nautical feries, OUR LIFKBOAT MEN. MONTGOMERY'S PICTURES. Supported by our Concert Company : —Mr Edmund Montgomery, Leno the G-reat, Miss Kttie Hargood, Mr Ormonde Edwards, Miss Norden, A.L.CM., T. S. Valentine, E E. Box PJan at H. &l. Jones's. Prices, 2s &Is WILL JAMESON, 6 3G7 Business Manager. Wanteds, etc. WANTED— A Housemaid. Apply Mrs Rudolph Frielandek 7 11 WANTED— Hares for export, delivered at Freezing Works, or Charles Street, opposite Woollen Factory.—J. Henry, 7 25
Ci IRLS' Bible Class will meet To-morrow \X (Sunday), at the Templar, instead of Masonic, Hall at 3 p.m. 7 12 ONE Stack Hay for Sale. Chimney Sweeping done.—J. Stacs, care Kerr Bros., Alford Forest Road. 7 22 TpNGAGEMENT RlNGS.—Leonard SJlLi McClurg has just received new selection. Prices to suit everyone. Address -.—Somerset Buildings. 6 371 LOST, last night, on Seafield Road—Two Black Hacks (Mare and Gelding), with Saddles and Bridies on. Finder rewarded on returning to Glbnie'b Stables. ■ 7 23 WANTED, by young man, situation as Improver with Blacksmith country preferred. Four years' experience among farm implements. Will accept low wage.—Thomas's Registry, East Street, Ashburton. ENGINE Driver, 14 years' experience First-class Certificate, seeks situation driving Traction Engine,either hauling or threshing.—Thomas' Registry, East street, Ashburton. WANTED— Good Needlewoman, able to cut and fit, for one day per week. Apply at once to Thomas's Registry, East Street, Ashbnrton. PHOTO Pendant Chains from is 6d to £2, at Frank Curtis, Jeweller, East Street. FUNEIUI. XOTH'K. finHE Friends of the late Mr Thomas JL Mtnett Jones are respectfully informed that his Funeral will move from tho Masonic Hall, Havelock Street West, on SUNDAY, July 2nd, at 2 p.m., for the Aehburton Cemetery. BAKER BROS., 6 368 Undertakers. Church Notices. The Tabernacle, Peter Street. SERVICES TO-MORROW—II a.m., Dr Charles North. 3 p.m, Dr Charles North. 630 p.m., Dr Charles North, Medical Missionary from India. Monday Evening—Lecture by Dr North. Lantern Views. Commence 7.30. Collection. 613 Barina: Square Church, rjnO-MORROW, ll a.m, an In Memoriam JL Service for the Late Mr John Orr ; Roy. A. Peters. 6.30 p.m, Mrs Harrison Lee ; Subject, " The Hand and What it Holds." 7 16 ST. STEPHEN'S CHURCH — To-mor-row's Services —8.30 a.m., Holy Communion j 11 a.m., Matins and Litany ; 2.30 p.m., Service of Song, " The Good Shepherd," by the Children j 3.30 p.m, Baptisms j 6.30 p.m., Evensong. [7 17 PRIMITIVE Methodist Church. Services To-morrow—Morning at 11, Mrs Harrison-Lee; evening at 6.30, Rev. R. Hall j subject—"Dearth of consersions, tho cause and cure." Special Gospel Missions commences next Sunday, missioner, Rev. James Cocker, of Wellington. 7 24 PAINUI, Washing Fluid, the best com' position for wp hing. No sore hand
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