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i AMUSEMENTS AND MEETINGS. , HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. HAYWARD'S PICTURES. LAST NIGHT. LAST NIGHT. TO-NIGHT at 8. THE GREATEST PICTURE YET. Its equal has not been seen. It stands out clear- cut as a Cameo. A Positive Triumph. * A Positive Triumph. , The Perfection of Realism. AN ACTUAL BATTLE. AN ACTUAL BATTLE. Mighty. Magnificent. Evoking Intense Enthusiasm. And Ringing Cheers. 5000 ft. Realism. 4500 ft. BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG. BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG. BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG. Is Worth Walking Miles to sec., Grand Supporting Programme. —The— "HIGH-BORN CHILD and the * - BEGGAR," With Vocal Accompaniment by Mrs A. Barber. PLAYING THE PIPES, With Bagpipe Effects. By Mr Harrison. Graphic—American Athletes. 6d and ls. Reserves Dresden, Is 6d. MATINEE, TO-MORROW, 2.30. BATTLE! OF GETTYSBURG. < 6d and 3d. 268 FAIRFIELD FREEZING WORKS. EMPLOYEES' PICNIC. TO be held at TIMARU, MONDAY, February 9. Cheap Fares: Adults 13s 3d, Children ,ls 3d. • 1 Temperance Band in attendance. | Train leaves Ashburton 8.18 a.m. 1 J. FLAHAVIN, ' 2 72 V Secretary. LOST AND FOUND. LOST, Stolen, or Strayed.—One Black and White Collie Pup (slut) ■ answers to the name of ''Queen." ■ Anyone detaining same after this date will be prosecuted. Reward will be given for information. E. C. WOOD, x ,2 56 ' Mount Somers. LOST— Fishing Rod and Gaff. Kindly return to D. Craighead and Co., the Triangle. - 2 69 LOST, at Pendarves—Swag, containing Blankets, etc. Finder return to McCrorv's, or "Guardian" Office. Reward. .' ; 2 67. WANTED. WANTED— A General. Two in family.—Apply to Mrs Purnell, 185 Burnett Street. 2 62 MITCHELL and Turner are Clearing all Summer Millinery at Half-Price. 1 00 WANTED Known — .egg's Piano Tuner, Mr Scott, will be in Ashburton. Orders at Gates. „ 2 73 A NICE Silver Mounted Pipe frtir 2s 6d would make a suitabk Xmas Gift. Percy has the Best Selection. ' WANTED— Ladies to call and inspect tho new Raleigh and Holhs Cycles just landed by Osman and Co Both these machines are beautifully finished and lined in red and gold, and ■ fitted with Eadie Coaster or Freewheel to suit buyers, at Osman and Co., Burnett Street. „ 1 40 HAIR Nets.—Another lot of the | small meshed, long-wearing Hair Nets, just arrived at Percy s. PLANTS now ready for .present planting—Savoy, Broccoli, Cabbage, and Celery Plants.—Thomas Bros. TO those troubled with Scurf.—Try .-, the Electric Hea I Alassage. A sure cure, at Percy's. XMAS GIFTS.—We have to nand a Choice assortment, of Pot Plants. Any of these make a very acceptable Christmas Present. THOMAS BROS. WANTED— The Public to remember that Osman and Co. are now carrying on the evele business recently occupied by Bell Bros., and-both old customers and new ones may rely on; gettin o- the same attention and satisfac-tion-as. from the old firm.—Osman and Co., Burnett Street. • V ' 1 40 . ■ ; ——— WANTED Knownr---We do not stock inferior Groceries. We turn our 1 stock over eight times a year, therefore our goods are always clean and fresh.—Buxton and Thomas, Triangle . Stores. - ■ : 1 44 BIG Stock of School Bags, Slates. Exercise Books, Copy Books, Atlases, Reading Books, Writing Pads, Mathematical Sets, etc., for opening of schools^ Our Prices are as low as any. A Discount Coupon given with all Cash Purchases. A. T. H.WILLIAMS, ' . Bookseller' and Stationer, ' I 195 East Street. ' | PERFORATED Zinc in all sizes and gauges for Threshing Machines. —At John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. I* 94

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8787, 6 February 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8787, 6 February 1914

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