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AMUSEMENTS AND MEETINGS. A Boom ! Be Wise ! Be Early ! BOOK AT THE DRESDEN, Is 6d. TTIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. A Triumph I A Triumph ! HAYWARD'S PICTURES. Last Night of "KING OF THE AIR." Its NOVELTY Charmed.' Its SENSATION Thrilled. Its MOUNTING Astonished. . Its -ACTING Gripped. A DENSELY CROWDED AUDITORIUM. IT'S TO BE SEEN AGAIN TO-NIGHT. 6000 ft. . In Colours. ' 6000 ft. — "THE KING OF THE AIR !" — — "THE. KING OF THE AIR!" — MODERN DRAMA of LIFE in PARIS With its Electrifying; Dance Craze, "THE TANGO !" "THE TANGO !" -^—' Watched/with eager-interest-ed and Is. Reserves' Dresden, ]s 6d. "KING OF THE AIR" MATINEE. 2.30 TO.-MORROW. 3 214 npHE Members of the Fire Brigade J- are requested to meet at the Fire Brigade Meeting room TO-NIGHT at 8 o'clock. Business important. F. S. NICHOLLS, 3 213 ■ • I Secretary. mHEATRE ROYAL, ONE NfeHT ONLY. WEDNESDAY, 18th MARCH. ANTONIA DOLORES. ANTONIA DOLORES. Never was there an artist more heartily received by the people of New Zealand, and the brief announcement that Dolores is returning arouses keen anticipation of once again listening to this divine artiste. Box plan opens on MONDAY Next, at 9 a.m. at Gates's Music Warehouse.' PRICES'- ... 6s, 4s, 2s. \ , j John Hopkins, Representative,- . j . - ASHBURTON AGRICULTURAL AND' PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. . i SECOND | AUTUMN Q<HOW ! UTUMN . JC>HOW i Will be held on WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, MARCH 18 and 19. MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY of Grain, Roots, Etc., by the DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. SIDE SHOWS AND COMPETITIONS. BOTH DAYS. J. B. CHRISTIAN, 3 326 Secretary. LOST AND FOUND. jPQ REWARD.—Lost, from E. 3&IJ Hardwick's Reserve, Kyle, 20 Two-Tooth Sheep, mostly ewes, missed between December and February. 16. Brand, 90 in black. Reward on recovery.—E. Hardwick,. West Belt, Ashburton. ■■■-.■' " 3 208 STRAYED on to my Premises—Black and White Slut. Owner can have same by paying expenses.—A. Shaw, Dairyman.' 3 Sic FOR SALE AND TO LET. FOR Sale — Quantities Tomatoes (cheap); Cucumbers; also Onions. Ribston Pippins,, Cooking Apples. Pears to suit all.—Culvcrhouse. FOR Sale, Cheap—loo Cases Ist Grade Freestone Poaches. Tomatoes, Cucumbers. —Thomas Bros. FOR Sale. —Prime novr Onions, 121b. for Is. Cheaper in larger quantities.—Thomas Bros. j i FOR Sale.—Pears, Beaches, Plums, ( Apples, etc. —Thomas Bros. ,' pun ini.iiiMn«iwii«iiw— mwimwwwjww— iwi—iwwiiw trnmumim I ! BUSINESS NOTICES. ! ' ESTABLISHED 1885. • j , To Farmers and Others about to Build. WE are prepared to. submit Plans and Estimates for all Classes of Work. Town or Country. .Good' Workmanship. Charges Moderi ate. A Trial Solicited. 1 T. HAVES AND SON, BUILDERS. 19 Burnett Street, (Near Drill Hall.) 2 377 . . / , . • A LUMINIUM Saucepans, will not I\.- rust, always clean, shine like sil-, ver always. Prices from 2s 6d ',to 12s 6d.—At John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. 1 76 SHEEP Netting—24in. and 36in. wide, and without central strand. We can quote any special make- or gauge of netting, and make the price right. Give us an opportunity to quote for your next requirements.—John Orr and' Co.'s East Sleet Store. ■ 1 76 BUTCHERS' Kniros and Rlonls— Wilson's, Rodger's and Taylor's —as used in all the Freezing Works. Prices from If? 3d each; also YvnslnMa, Carborundum, all best Stonop—At John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. 1 76

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8817, 13 March 1914

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