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AMUSEMENTS AND MEETINGS. HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. HAYWARD'S PICTURES. TO-NIGHT At 8 o'clock TO-NIGHT. Stupendous Star Programme. Grand Educational Film: . "OUR KING'S NAYY 1 ." ■■ , "OUR KING'S NAVY." i "England Expects that every man I'• this.day will do hi?* duty." A Great Subject—superbly treated. /.England has always reigned supreme pn the high seas. The'strength of her defence and the defence of these islands i in which we live are indissolubly connected and much depends upon the su- ; prcmacy being maintained. The sight of this fine pictorial, which splendidly depicts in most vivid form matters connected with England's own fighting fleet, is followed with the deepest interest by Britain's subjects wherever screened. . "Sons of the Sea," Vocalist: Mr Frank Porter. ' "PATHK ENGLISH GAZETTE" "A NOISE FROM THE DEEP." (Wellington and Christchurch proclaim it the greatest Keystone Comedy GVGr SGG__o.\ ■ "HIS LIFE for HIS EMPEROR.'" ■ (Centred around tho great Napoleon Bonaparte). - ' Dress Circle and Stalls Is; Tim-k r Stalls 6d. 3 154 ' ' 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, i CHARLES de C. DENSHIRE, 3 140 Hon. Sec. 3 ASHBURTON HIGH SCHOOL. t A -NNUAL Swimming Sports will be il. held .in the School Baths, on 1 THURSDAY, MARCH 12, at 2 p.m. » Races for Old Boys and for Members j- of local Swimming Clubs. Entries Is. Parents and Old Pupils cordially invited to be present. E. FITZGERALD, 3 _JB4 Hon. Sec. SHOW BANQUET. THE SALVATION ARMY HALL. T' HURSDAY, MARCH 19, from 5 to 7 p.m. First-Class Banquet. Proceeds in aid of Band Instruments. HARVEST HOME BALL. WILL be held in the WESTERFIELD SCHOOL, On FRIDAY, MARCH 27. • Dancing at 8 p.m. Gents 3s 6d; Ladies free. 0.-DELLOW, Hon Sec. TENDERS, THE NORTH CANTERBURY HOSPITAL AND CHARITABLE AID BOARD. - 1 TENDERS,, addressed' to the Chairman and endorsed "Tender," will bo received at the Board's Office,. Riccarton Road, Christchurch, up to 9 a.m. of SATURDAY, the 21st of March, for SUPPLIES to Tuarangi, where forms and particulars can be obtained. L Each Tender must contain the requi- ' site amount of deposit in bank-notes. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. By order. W. S. WHARTON, 3 147 Secretary. , FT.ENDERS are invited not later than • J- SATURDAY,'March 14, 1914, for ' the Formation, Shingling and Concrete ! Kerbing, .e.tc, of the new Road at ( Hampstead, about 15 chains. For plans and particulars, apply to A. A. FOOKS, 3 54 Ashburton. TENDERS. TENDERS are invited ifor the Lease of Mr W. H. Bell's Farm of 115 Acres, situate on Main South Road, near Tiny. aid, for 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. _ :. 69 FERRIMAN AND CO. LOST AND FOUND. , J OST—On March 3— One Red Cow, : JLi' white on flank and tail, earmark - small front notch, near ear; one old Jersey Cow; both in profit; one Red Yearling Heifer. Reward. 3132 JOHN McCLIMONT. LOST —An Opossum. Reward on returning to A. C. Hardy, Wakanui Road. V 3 163 FOR SALE AND TO LET. j "STSTANTED. to Sell.—Good Cow, in '■> v V profit, qvuet and sound.—Apply 5 to "Guardian" Office. 3114 FOR Sale.—Prime new Onions, 1.21b. for Is. Cheaper in larger quan- " tities.—Tliomas Bros. ■•■'■■. 3 TC.OR Sale.—Pears, Peaches, Plums, _S_ Apples, etc. —Thomas Bros. r •*-*"-■—t " """" ~~ ~ : > 'ipfOGGLESior Threshing and Chaff- ' hJPT cutting, new pattern brand. At ' j 9d pair.—At John Orr and Co.'s East y Street Store. 1 7C

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8814, 10 March 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8814, 10 March 1914

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