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AMUSEMENTS AND MEETINGS. HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. HAYWARD'S PICTURES. TO-NIGHT At 8 o'clock TO-NIGHT A Brilliant-Programme of Infinite Variety. ■ The Management presents the latest London success, combining the - genius of two great men— The late The. living Charles Dickens, Seymour Hicks, The Great Author.. The Great; Actor. -.k An Unrivalled Reproduction of. v , "SCROOGE.", ,~_— — "SCROOGE." '■:■'—"■- ---" -—- ■•SCROOGES — ' Adapted from-Charles Dickens's' .', Christmsis'Carol. ■ Seymour Hicks electrified London as YScrooge,".; v „;, "■ - ,/.',..,, \ -/."/'A;Window;.on Washington'PaVls.-M----, l. (Life-is full of strange coincidences). : TO-MORROW. ,2.30. MATINEE, i. 2.30. . * Dress Circle and Stalls"' Is: ' Bac'c Stalls Gd. .«'. '.....,.3 61 ■r*— *—*. .'.'.' "'"■""|——■—' "'.' '•'■'»'■ ''■'.', TENDERS;, '■''".'■"' ■ ':'"' YMDERS. ■' '•". .'■"' ':.J TENDERS are invited for the Lease of.Mr. W. H. Bell's Farm of 115 Acres, situate" on Main South Road, near Tinwald, for a term of 5 years. Tenders close with the undersigned on SATURDAY, March 14, 1914, at 2 " -p.m.'-y. ". -." "'.•''. The highest* or any tender not necessarily accepted. ' „. y Conditions and full particulars obtainable on application. 3 69 FERRIMAN AND CO. rpENDERS for TOPPING TREES -*- round, the Ealing School Ground, will be received up till MONDAY, March 9. . The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. ....; Particulars"to be had! from the Chairman, Ealing School Cbmmittee, 2 360' ■" ' I "' V' , M"' ' "' =s> . LOST AND iFOUND. LOST, from Lowcliffe—4 Calves, 2 ! Steei*s and 2 Heifers.Vlnforma-. ' tion leading to recovery rewarded—G. •Tait, Lowcliffe. ' V 073 ■ i ****— mm^mm ——■*'■ ' ■•'■■ in'——___— ' ''• - y! FOR SALE AND TO LET. '■} ' TjlOR Sale.—-Prime Tomatoes. Quan- J X^ tity onions. Order Cox Orange Pip- y; pin; Best apple grown.—-Culverhouse. 1 JEIOR S^leY-Spring-Cart .. Mare, .J .-■' ■Jy ; years;; .suit carrier-or c delivery. .cart:Y-W>iHC.^Amos.: : ■:"_.'. y "y^Y '■■ 3,82. '*; FOR 'Sale, .-' Cheap.—^Tomatoes, Cxi- ' . cumbers, Plums, Onions, etc.— Thomas Bros. TCI OR- Sale.—Arriving To-Morrow, 40 : J. Cases Marie Trims Pears, 25 sold. ; Be early.—Culverhouse.'" 3 '84 \ FOR Sale.—Prime hew Onions, 121b. for Is. Cheaper in larger quaiir ; tities.—Thomas Bros. FOR Sale:—Pears, Peaches, Plums, i Apples, etc.—Thomas Bros. , . i BUSINESS NOTICES. . 'ASHBURTON LOAN AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY ■"■V V -"-And BANK OF DEPOSIT. DEPOSITS are received or for hxed periods at HIGHEST CURRENT RATES of INTEREST. The "Society provides 'for .tlie/ Public a * SOUND; INVEST-. MENT for SAVINGS, combining good Interest, with undoubted Security. J. B. CHRISTIAN, Manager. ; _. M '• '• — ■—) ■ FURNITURE REMOVALS, y MESSRS JACKSON and CO. bag to intimate that as they have ihsti- . tuted a regular • Motor Lorry Service between Ashburton and" Christchurch, they are prepared to undertake Furniture and Merchandise transport from . Ashburton at the ; lowest possible rate. 2 432 )■ J. JACKSON AND; CO. „ ; : .■;.;..-■... ---■:' ; ;w ;: ~ JAS. CAMERON, ARCADE CLOTHING CO., Burnett Street.; .BOOTS! BOOTS 1 BOOTS! TT^TE have a large Stock of BOOTS and SHOES on hand, owin^ +o shipments arriving late. These Must be Cleared befor. March. ■ - HATS ! y ;■ HAT§ •*&'■ HATS'! v-'. : We have also a largo assortment of HATS from 1 the WorlU's Best manufacturers—guaranteed for quality and style. . '■■, , ;\ . A Liberal Discount will be allowed to ensure qilick sales, as.we must make room fpr our New.,Season's'.»;G,p6cls.".':.' WALTER PSCKLES & CO., public accountants,' auditors, ', licensed land brokers, Insurance-' and general agents. 50 west street. ashburton. TRANSFERS, Mortgages, Leanes, and • all Land Docuraents prepared, Rents and Interest Collected. . ■_ .. ■ Representatives for Absentee, and Trustees. ' .'■. ','... Telephone 18. P.O. Box SO.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8811, 6 March 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8811, 6 March 1914

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