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AMUSEMENTS AND MEETINGS. COME TO THE CARNIVAL. TINWALD SWIMMING BATH. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2 p.m. SEE THE- 220 YARDS CHAMPIONSHIP OF CANTERBURY. 1 Of) SWIMMMRS IN THE GREAT "RELAY HANDICAP FOR J W-U the HUGO FRIEDLANDER CUP. LADIES SWIMMING AND DIVING COMPETITIONS. / EXHIBITIONS OP TRICK AND FANCY SWIMMING. • i '• CONCERT AND DANCE.—CARNIVAL NIGHT.~TINWALDt.HALL.

1 PUBLIC^ NOTICES. ASIIRUR'ION AGRICULTURAL & PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL SHOW ]Bih and 19th MARCH. ENTRIES CLOSE 3rd MARCH. TQRIZE SCHEDULES , and all infor- , ma Lion on application to — J. B. CHRISTIAN, 2 - 298 Secretary. 'DOUGLAS" WINS. LONDON TO EXETER AND BACK. EIGHT "DOUGLAS" Machine* started finished'to time. GOLD MEDALS. BRISTOL to LAND'S END and BACK. Out of 41 Starters, only six completed the Course. The "DOUGLAS'? driven by Mr W. B. Gibb wa* the only 350 C.C. Machine to gain . a Medal. SHEFFIELD to BRIDLINGTON and BACK. There were 34 Starters in this trial. The 23-H.P. "DOUGLAS" driven by Mr H. D. Boyd makes the best Solo performance. WINNING THE SOLO CUP. HARROGATE and DISTRICT M.C.C. TRIAL. The course was 125 miles, included mud, slush, continuous rain, and strong winds—the 23-H.P. "DOUGLAS" driven by Mv G. Hill, was-FIRST. G. H." OA'ESON, Tancr'ed Street, Sole Agent. .. 2 29.1 ASHBUR-TON COUNTY STOCK AND SALEYARDS CO., LTD. . ANNUAL RAM~AND EWE FAIRFRIDAY, APRIL 3rd, 1914. AT TINWALD YARDS. JOHN DAVISON, 2 313 Secretary. l»———•"*• " ' ■■-■■ " ' ' MUSIC. MISS a. DALLAS' (Certificated Pianiste) can accept a limited number of Pupils for Pianoforte and Theory. Apply c/o Mr C. N. Totty, 1G Moore Street, Ashburton. ■ ' 2 303 ASHBURTON PERMANENT BUILDING AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY. DEPOSITS—RATE OF INTEREST: At Call on Every Day's Balance, I ' 3fc Per Cent. MONEY TO LEND on RURAL LAND AND TOWN PROPERTY , In any sums. , ! FIXED DEPOSITS taken for 12 I months. i WORKING EXPENSES ON ALL SHARES ARE NOW DUE AND PAYABLE. For particulars apply to ALBERT ROBERTS, 243 - ', Manager. ! MOUNT HUTT ROAD BOARD. | . ' I%TOTICE is hereby given that the ■1\ New Road, at the Mount Hutt Deviation, is now completed, and open for traffic, and that owners of all classes of vehicles are requested to use the said road. Further notice is given that the old Road is Closed against Traffic. By Order, W. J. PERCY, Clerk Mount Hutt Road Board. Methven, 3rd February, 1914. 2 53 ~OIG Stock of School Bags, Slates, -™ -* Exercise Books, Copy Books, Atlases, Reading Books, Writing Pads, Mathematical Sets, etc., for opening of j schools. Our Prices are as low as any. I A Discount Coupon given with all Cash j Purchases. A.,T. H. WILLIAMS, Bookseller and Stationer, 11.95 - East Street. WANTED known—Summer Dresses, Tweed Serge Lustre Skirts reduced to clear.—E. Wilson, Triangle.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8800, 21 February 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8800, 21 February 1914

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