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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 MISTAKE." "A Way Women Have." "AWay Women Have." " Two Little Kittens."" "Two Little Kittens." "A CANOE RACK." (A Sporting Film) "GOOD MORNING JUDGE." (Smile Raiser). Dress Circle and Stalls Is: Back Stalls Gd. • <2 122 ARRIVED TO-DAY. WIRTH BROS.' CIRCUS, Limited, OPENING TO-NIGHT. POSITIVELY ONE. NIGHT ONLY. Location—HEFFOßD'S PADDOCK. The Greatest of All Wirths' Ventures. Absolutely the Best, Company of Circus Artists ever under One Management. CHAMPIONS ALL OF THEM. WORLD'S WONDERS. A Programme of Startling Novelties and Sensations you will never see again. DARE-DEVIL DESPERADO, the Audacious Aerial Athlete, Avho 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 CONDONAS—La Belle VICTORIA—ORIGINAL NELSON FAMILY—BASTONS—ALFREDA— DOBLADOS—Trained SHEEP AND PIGS. Besides Wirths' Huge Company of j CHAMPION ARTISTS AND ZOO. PRICES—Ss, 4s, 3s; Gallery 2s. MENAGERIE, TZ 5. Children under -10, Half Price. , ASHBURTON POULTRY, PTGEON & CANARY SDCIEIY. mm ANNUAL MEETING of the JL. above Society will be held THIS. (Wednesday) EVENING, at 8 o'clock. At the Secretary's Office. BARING SQUARE CHURCH. GRAND ORGAN RECITAL. Installation of New Pipe Organ. TO-MORROW (THURSDAY), 8 p.m. MR HY. MOORE' (Timaru) will' play :— "Sonatina," by Xewstadt. "Marche Romains," by Scotson Clark (Organist St. Paul's Cathedral, London). " Blumenlied," by Gustav Lange. "Gloria from B' Flat Mass," by Farmer. ' Marche aux Flambeaux," by Scotson Clark. Anthems and Part Songs, Solos, etc. Tickets— Is. 2 123 ; A SHBURTON TEMPERANCE i\. BRASS-BAND. OPEN AIR. CONCERT. ' i , ■ ■• ■ ■■..•. Band Rotunda—7 p.m. THURSDAY EVENING. ' 2 135

LOST AND FOUNO.< ; ' % LOST), in Circus, Paddock—Brown Pocket Book, containing, £13 10s. Finder communicate with B. O'Farrall, care Devane's Hotel. Reward. .2 140 FOUND, in Tancred Street West last Thursday—Trap Rug. Owner please communicate with D. Hickman, Tinwald. ', > . ■ ' , . 2 141 FOR SALE AND TO LET. FOR Sale—Two Purebred Berkshire Boars.—Apph'T. A. C. Pearce, Tinwakl. ' 2 101 FOR. Sale—Quantity Good Quality Apricots, Nectarines, Gages. Season drawing to a close.—Gulver•house. - . 2 143 FOR. Sale, Cheap.—.Nectarines, Peaches, Plum?, and Apricots. 'by case.—Thomas Bros. OWL GRlTS.—Oyster "and Sea Shell Grit, 121b. Is,; Flint Grit, 101b. Is; cheaper in larger quantities.— .Thomas Bros. WANTED. TO Dressmakers. — Wanted Good Skirt and Bodice Hands; also Apprentices.—Miss A. McDonnell, Tancred vStreet. , ( „.' 2l' 42' WANTED Known—Large Consignment of my 30s dust-proof fuliy- | jewelled Lever Watches just arrived. Guaranteed 2 years.—S. Crooks. 2 137 WANTED— Indies 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 BIRD Cages, new and approved designs in Stock, in all Sizes. Prices form 5s 6d. Extra Bird Cage Bottles in stock.—At John Qrr and Co.'s East Street Store. _ , 176 TO those troubled with Scurf.—Try the Electric Hea I Massage. A ' sure cure, at Percy's.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8791, 11 February 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8791, 11 February 1914