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AMUSEMENTS AND MEETINGS. HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. HAYWARD'S PICTURES. TO-NIGHT At 8 o'clock TO-NIGHT. Presentation of the fine Kaledioscopic Drama " OATH of O'TSURU SAN." "OATH of'O'TSURU SAN." O'Tsuru San, daughter of General Nuaki.—Ned Wintlirop's New Torpedo, Stolen Secret, Her Oath, A Desperate Struggle, Love is Stronger than the Oath. "WARWICK CHRONICLE:?,' "CLOWN and the PRIMA DONNA." \ (Romance of a Singer and the Stage). [ -;' 'SEA BATHS AT HOME.'' [ (The ever-shifting sand and the j, "Glad eye.") ! TO-MORROW. Stupendous Star Programme. I. , Grand/Educational Fihn: "OUR. KING'S NAVY." - "England Expects that every raan": this .day will do his duty.'.' > ' "Sons of the Sea," Vocalist: Mr Frank Porter. Dress Circle ' and Stalls' Is; Back Stalls 6d. 3 134 ASHBURTON GOLF CLUB. THE Annual General Meeting will be held in Mr J. B. Christian's Office, Arcade Rooms, on WEDNESDAY EVENING, the 11th instant, at 8 o'clock. CHARLES de C. DENSHIRE, . 3 140 .. Hon. Sec. TENDERS.

ASHBURTON BOBOUGH COUNCIL. mENDERS Avill be received up till 4 X p.m. on MONDAY, 16th instant, lor the Supply of 14 Tons Oaten Sheaf Chaff, and 2§o Bushels of Feed Oats, to be delivered according to sample at the Council's Yards, Oats in one lot and Chaff in seven Ton lots as required. , ' , ALFRED. McOLURE. j Town Clerk. I Municipal Offices, 9th 'March, 1014. 3 135 TENDERS. mENDERS are invited by the "CanX terbury Petroleum Prospecting "Company, Ltd., for the. erection of a Shed at Ohertsey. Plans and specifications may be seen at the Office of the Secretary, 50 West Street, Ashburton. The lowest or any tender not necessarily . accepted., Tenders close' WEDNESDAY, l'llfe March, 1914, ,at 5 p.m. J. W. BOWDEN, 3 110 / Secretary. LOST AND FOUND. LOST. riIHREE weeks ago, a Blade and X Tan Smooth-Hair Collie. A typical type and large dog. lie ward given. Anyone detaining him after this date will be prosecuted. 3 130 CEO. L. SANDREY. LOST. LOST, on road, between Eakaia Gorge Bridge and Tiinaru, via Mayfield—Lady's Handbag, containing sum of Money-, spectacles, etc. Reward. ' MISS E. R. ELWORTHY, 3 131' Care A. M. Jamieson, Timaru. LOST— On March 3.—One Red Cow, .. white on flank and tail, earmark small front' notch, near ear; one old Jersey Cow; both in profit j ono Red Yearling Heifer. Reward. 3 132 JOHN McCLIMONT. FOR SALE AND TO LET. FOR Sale —Ripe Pears, also Apples, Id per lb.—Next Canterbury Flour Mills. 3 143 ABARG AlN—Free-Engine Triumph Motor Cycle, 1913 Model; in perfect order. 1 New tyres., new belt, etc. Any trial. Inspect a.fc Johnston's Garage, Arshburton.' 3 141

FOR Sale.—Prime new Onions, 121b. for Is. Cheaper in larger quantities:—Thomas Bros. FOR Sale.—Pears, Peaches, Plums, . Apples, etc. —Thomas Bros. feWSI NESS NOTICES. STOP! Look Here! Wo can do anything in the Painting Trade; Material and Workmanship of tlio very best.' Fifteen years' experience in Glasgow, the second city of the Empire. Cheapest firm in town. WILSON AND DEVLIN, Moore Street, Ashburton. j ' THINKING, OF A NEW BIKE? fTTHEN bay" one built specially ! TO SUIT YOURSELF. ! TO SUIT YOURSELF, i TO SUIT YOURSELF. : By | H. P. AKWST. ! Maker of tho Famous ; "ARNST" SPECIAL i ?:;asy Terras Arranged. i k ; Address: Taucred Street.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8813, 9 March 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8813, 9 March 1914

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