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AMUSEMENTS AND MEETINGS. HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. HAY WARD'S PICTURES. (U-NIGHT At 8 o'clock TO-NIGHT A Brilliant Programme of Infinite ' Variety. ! The Management presents the latest 1 London success, .combining the ] genius of two great men— ' The late The living , Charles Dickens, ■ Seymour -Hicks, The Great Author. 'The Great Actor. An Unrivalled Reproduction of "SCROOGE." • . "SCROOGE." — "SCROOGE." '; Adapted from Charles Dickens's ■ ,; Christmas Carol. ' * Seymour Hides electrified London as "Scrooge," Charles Dickens immortal- . ised "Scrooge." ——"uaumont Graphic.',' "A Window on Washington Park." ! (Life is full of strange coincidences)..* "SAUCE FOR THE GOOSE.'? . " (Ladies please note the recipe.) ! "Beautiful Kawau," —Glorious picture 1 1 of the late Sir George Grey's homo. ' I —"Consti-uction of a Locomotive."— I (First-Grade Industrial). j Dress Circle and Stalls Is; Back Stalls6d. 3 61 ALL those interested in Soccer Foot- i ball are invited to attend a I meeting to be held at 7.30 TO-MOR-|ROW EVENING, in Room adjoining' [ Glenie's Stables'. 363 P. H. KNIGHT, Convener. ASHBURTON HFGH SCHOOL. OLD PUPILS' ASSOCIATION. THE ANNUAL MEETING-, of the above Association will be held on THURSDAY Next, the 12th inst., at 7.30 p.m., in the High School Assembly. Hall. Business:—Adoption of Annual Report and Balance-Sheet, Election of Officers for the ensuing yea>r, and' General. .All Old Pupils are cordially requested to' attend. . P. S. CRISP, 3 64 ! Hon. Sec. BARING SQUARE CHURCH. A NNIVERSARY and Harvest XjL Thanksgiving Service will be held on SUNDAY, March 29, followed by a Concert in the Church on Thursday, April 2. 3159 ! TENDERS. finENDERS are. invited not later than -*- SATURDAY, March 14, 1914, for the Formation, Sliihgling'.'and Concr&tej Kerbing, etc., of the new Road at" Hampstead, about 15 chains. For plans and particulars, apply to A. A. FOOKS, 3 54 Ashburton. TENDERS. rpENDERS are invited for the Lease X of Mr W. H. Bell's Farm of 113 Acres, situate on Main South Road, near Tinwald, i'or a term of 5 years. Tenders close- with 'the undersigned ■on SATURDAY, March 14, 1914, at 2 p.m. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Conditions and full particulars obtainable on application. 3 69 FERRIMAN AND CO. TOWN PROPERTY, MOORE . STREET. Formerly Known as the Royal Hotel. mENDERS are invited for the PurX chase of this Property. It comprises 4 Town Sections, as follows, viz.,: — T.S. 86, 87 and 88,' each containing .1-Acre, fronting Moore Street and T.S. 77, J-Acre, Kermode Street. Tenders will bo received up till TUESDAY NEXT, 10th inst. The highest tender not necessarily ac3 CI2I Cd" T. BULLOCK. LOST AND FOUND. LOST— Tool Bag and Tools off Motor Cycle. Finder please return to Loan and Mercantile Co., Arcade, Ashburton. - 3 60 STRAYED on to ray Property, about week ago—Black Colt; white leg, rising 3 years.—C. SPR-AY, Methven. »-■'■ -' '■■■■'■j=s' FOR.SALE AND TO LET. FOR. Sale,—Tomatoes and Freestone . Peaches, from 3s 6d per case.—' Henry Steplicnson. 3 67 FOR. Sale.—Tomatoes, Tomatoes by the Case. First quality. Rea- ■ sonable. —Culverhouse. 3 68 i FOR Sale.—Pears, Peaches, Plums, - - ; Apples, etc. —Thomas Bros. . FOR Sale.—Prime new Onions, 121b. for Is. Cheaper in larger quantities.—Thomas Bros. L BUSINESS NOTICES. FURNITUR-E REMOVALS. MESSRS JACKSON and CO. beg to intimate that as they have instituted a regular Motor Lorry Service 1 between Ashhurbon and Christchurch, they are prepared to undertake Furniture and Merchandise transport from Ashburton' at the lowest possible rate. 2 432 J. JACKSON AND CO. (T*\ INGER Wine Essence should be v3T used in every home; The carminative properties of ginger help to prevent summer diarrhoea. Is a bo£*|e.— BonningfrVs Vhaf' Tllo~' . f *\

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8810, 5 March 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8810, 5 March 1914

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