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AMUSEMENTS AND MEETINGS. HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. HAYWARD'S PICTURES. AT 8. TO-NIGHT. AT 8. Bright, Brilliant, Sparkling Vitagraph Comedy. "A REGIMENT OF TWO." "A REGIMENT OF TWO." "A REGIMENT OF TWO."— "A REGIMENT OF TWO." A Merry Edition of Funny Situations '• LATEST PATHE GAZETTE." (Our Favourite Magazine). " ROUND ABOUT CAIRO." (Delightful Coloured Scenic). " THE MISTAKE." "THE MTSTAKK."----"A Way Women Have." "A Way Women Have." "Two Little.Kittens." " Two .Little Kittens." "A CANOE RACE." (A Sporting Film) "GOOD MORNING JUDGE." ' (Smile Raiser). Dress Circle and Stalls Is: Back Stalls 6d. 2 122 BARING SQUARE CHURCH. GRAND ORGAN RECITAL. Installation of New Pipe Organ-. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 8 p.m. MR HY. MOORE (Timaru) will play:—' "Sonatina," by Newstadfc. "March© Romains," by Scotson Clark (Organist St. Paul's Cathedral, London). " Blumonlied," by Gustav Lamr;e. "Gloria from B" Flat Mass," by Farmer. ' Marche aux Flambeaux," by Scotson Clark. , j Anthems and Part Songs, Solos, etc. ' Tickets— Is. .- '2 123; COMING BY SPECIAL TRAIN! WIRTH, BROS.' CIRCUS, Limited) THE GREATEST SHOW OX EARTH. Opening at ASHBURTON, on j WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11. \ Location—HEFFOßD'S PADDOCK, j 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 in Australia, including— DARE-DEVIL DESPERADO, the Audacious Aerial Athlete, who will defy danger by leaping head foremost from a height of 87-feet, alighting on a concave platform of solid wood upon his chest and hands. The Flying Codonas, La Belle Victoria. Original Nelson Family, Bastions. ■ Hays and Pimple, Alfredo and Senorita. Dolinda, Doblados, Trained Sheep and Pig, besides Wirth's "Huge Company' of Champion Artists. The Large Menagerje, open from 4 to 8. includes, every known Wild Animal in the World.'■ " -' ■ "" <';>~-r-X,/" . See the. Elephants at work on' arrival of Special Tains, at 6.50 a.m. WANTED. WANTED-pLadios to call and inspect the new Raleigh and HolhV 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 O&man and Co., Burnett Street. ' 1 40 BIRD Cages, new and approved designs in Stock, in all Sizes. Prices form 5s 6d. Extra Bird Cage Bottles in stock.—At John Orr and Co.'s , East Street Store. 1 76 TO those troubled with Scurf.—Try the Electric Heal Massage. ' A sure cure, at Percy's. MITCHELL and Turner are Clearing all Summer Millinery at 'Half-Price. 1 00 SECOND-HAND Cycles—thoroughly overhauled and in first-class order. Good serviceable Machines from £3 10s, deposits from £1. —At John Orr and Co.'s East Street^Storo. 1 76 WANTED Known.—For Cycle Repairs of all kinds, you cannot do better than try us. We guarantee satisfaction on every job 1 we do, large or small. Our Prices are the Lowest in Ashburton. A trial will convince you. ;i-osman and C 0.,. Burnett Street. 140 _ : : PLANTS now -ready for present planting—Savoy, Broccoli, Cabbage, and Celery Plants.—TLomas Bros. /GALVANISED Iron Pig Troughs, vX very clean and durable; far ahead of wood, and last longer. .3fL. at 13s 6d, 14ft. at 16s, oft. at 20s.—At John Orr and Co.'s Eatft Street Store. 176 WANTED— The Public to remember that Osman and Co. are now carrying on the cycle business recently occupied by Bell Bros., and both oldjcustomers and new ones may rely on getting the same attention and satisfaction as from the old firm.—Osman and Co., Burnett Street. , 1 40 GREAT Remnant Bargains at Mitchell and Turner's End-of-Season Sale. 100 WANTED to Sell or Lease for Term—Handy Sheep Farm. House.. Twelve Paddocks. Possession Ist March, Rent 7s 6d. 800 Acres. .Full particulars— ■ " OWNER," 271 , .Box <"G, Geraldine. WANTED Known—"Beggs" Piano Tuner, Mr Scott, is in Ashburton. Orders at Gates's. 2 109 WANTED to Let—Small Threeroomed Cottage, furnished.—ApI ply Mrs Buchanan, Grey Street. 2 105

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8790, 10 February 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8790, 10 February 1914

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