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AMUSEMENTS AND MEETINGS. HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. HAY WARD'S PICTURES. AT s. TO-NIGHT. AT 8. Brilliant Change of Programme. Thanhauser's Great Political Star. Fearlessly exposing Political American' Methods. Politics and ''Graft" the bane of ■ Yankeeland. - "PLOT AGAINST THE GOVERNOR." "PLOT AGAINST THE GOVERNOR." "PLOT AGAINST THE GOVERNOR." "PLOT AGAINST THE GOVERNOR." A Sane, Clean, Convincing, and Absorbing Drama, "THE WOODS OF MONTAIN." Pathe Scenic. "A WOMAN'S STRATAGEM^' (Woman's Wit Triumphs). "PROPOSAL FROM THE SPANISH DON." ; (Second Story of Who Will Marry May Series). "THE TRAPPER'S DAUGHTER." " Single's Nghtmare." "Dyed, but not Dead." Tn response to numerous requests. " High-born Child 1 and Beggar Maid." Vocalist, Mrs A. Barber; "Playing the Pipes." Bagpipes, Mr Harrison. Will be repeated in addition to Programme To-night. D.C. and Stalls Is, Reserved Is 6d, Orchestra. Stalls 6d. 2 84 COMING BY SPECIAL TRAIN! WIRTH BROS.' CIRCUS, Limited, THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH. Opening at ASHBURTON, on WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11. For Positively ONE NIGHT ONLY, when the Whole of Wirth's Mammoth Show will appear. We never divide. 50 NEW ARTISTS. 50 Direct from America and Europe. The Greatest Circus Company ever if Australia, including— DARE-DEVIL DESPERADO, the Audacious Ac.rial Athlete, who wil defy danger by leaping head forcrnosi from a height of 87 feet, alighting on a concave platform of solid wood upor his chest and hands. The Flying Codonas, La Belle Victoria Original Nelson Family, Bastions. Hays and Pimple, Alfredo and Senorita Dolinda, Doblados',' Trained Sheep anc Pig, besides Wirth's Huge Company of Champion Artists. The Large Menagerie, open from 4 tc 5. includes every known Wild Animal in the World. ■ , See the Elephants at work on arrival of Special Trains. 2j40 FAIR-FIELD FREEZING WORKS. EMPLOYEES' PICNIC. TO be held at TIMARU, MONDAY, February 9. ' Cheap Fares: Adults 3s 3d, Children Is 3d. ,/,,.- , ' Temperance Band in attendance.' Train leaves Ashburton 8.18 a.m. J. FLAHATIN, 2 72 Secretary. BARING SQUARE CHURCH. , GRAND ORGAN RECITAL, by Mr Hy. MOORE (Timaru), THURSDAY, February 12th, 8 p.m. Installation New Pipe Organ. Tickets—ls. : 2 91 LOST AND POUND. 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, 12 56 Mount Somers. STRAYED from Peel Forest—One Dark Bay Mare with bang tail. Finder please communicate with G. A. Bland, Mount Somers. Reward. 2 .27 * WANTED. : WANTED. CONTRACT TEAM for PLOL'GH- ... ING CO ACRES, Fairfield. Apply— H. A. LLOYD, .2 81 ' ■, Auctioneer. WANTED Known.—Big Reductions to Clear Summer Goods. _ Lot lof short lengths cheap.—E. Wilson, [Triangle. A NICE Silver Mounted Pipo frcir' 2s 6d would make a buibabL Xmas Gift. Percy has the Best Selection. '•, i WANTED— Ladies to call and inspect the new Raleigh and Hollis 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 GREAT Remnant Bargains at Mitchell and Turner's End-of-Season Sale. . 100 finO those troubled with Scurf.—Try JL the Electric Hea ! Massage. A sure cure, at Percy's. WANTED Known.—We stock all '■Motor Cyclists' Requisites, including the best* makes of Tyres, Belts, and Oils. Bosch Plugs at 5s 6d, Belt Punches 2s 6d, Britannia Outfits 2s 6d, Stanley Fasteners Is 3d. Other Sundries at equally low prices at Osman and Co. (Bell Cycle Agency). 1 4C

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8788, 7 February 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8788, 7 February 1914

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