Article image
Article image

ELLESMERE SHOW NIGHT. Corrick Family Concert, ASSISTED BY MESSRS. A. F. YOUNG, C. BEAD, AMD THE Ellesmere Orchestral Society. Programme— Part I Part S©ag—«Th« Bells "(Hart) ... C-.^.. izi-''hi^ rofstiv6n{iioec^ •••• ••• ::: &\*s£*Orchestral Selection-" A Wicht wi ; Burn. ""(Volti) "'. "* OnfartrL Song-" Bid Me to Love (Barnard) . VvCluS Song-" Tht Carnival" (Molloy) " MIS* ALICE MnofettSS? Violin Solo "Mazurka" (Ulynarski) '" Jfo^SS Song-" Grandma's Advice" (R. KaLki) / '" mlA'o^k Comic Song-" And Still His Whiskers Grew" ..'. "" Mwtor ctrri^k Duet-" Swinging " (.slaughter) "j^ JSStcSSSfk Plantation Song and Chorus-" De 010 Ba»jo " ... Mr Y»u^g ad^tomputf Part II ' Part Song—" A Jolly Good Laugh " ... . C«i««.«w Song— 'Drinking, Drinking, Drinking" ... .!. Mf l f?E Song-" Dream Voices " (Piccohmini) ... . . Mm iS2 Orchestral Selection— -'Tancrodi" (JWrcV) ;.. ;. ""• Or«JS^ Song-" Tell Her I Love Her So " (De Faye) ... ." 'MtCbS ™?~'[ 5"? M:e ,? i ? c «^se " (Sir H. Bishop) Mhi ALICE COmtlOK Clarinet Solo— v Irish Airs ... If..*.* p*— ;£. Song-" The Sumshine of Paradise Alley" ... ;." '" Mi«EtndcJrSk Duet--' In th f Dusk of the Twilight " (ParJcer) ... Mr. aid Mil. A S Comic Song— " I Didn't Know till Afterwards " ... ... Mr L Coiriek Plantation Song—" De Bing-tailed Coon " «?a«y) ... Mr A. P. Young & Compwy ....«••.* GOD SAVE THE QUEEN! o flJ 0 ! 06^! 6 With A D^ N GE:-.Admi«gi # n, inclndag refreshmemtf: GnU t iis oa; JLiaaies nee. WOOL! WOOL!! WOOb-fi! Season 1897-98. Pyne amM 8 Ci>., y\ T&E now receiving entries f«r the wool sales of the coming seai*n. Clients fr«m the Ellesmere district may depend upon their, entries Veins displayed to the very best advantage, it being admitted, that, b»th as regards Fighting ami general conveniences, our Novr Wool Stores are second to none m JNW Zealand. The summary of last year's sales shew that out of 6188 bales »ffered by us, 5202 were sold. - The first sale of the season takes place on November 26th, to be followed Vy Others, viz.,— December 16th, January 14th, and February 11th., for any of which w» shall be plensed to receive entries. Consignments of 8 bales or over, please consign to- Virtue's Siding, Christcharch smallerparcels to Pyne & Co., Chnstchurch. Our Ellesmere clients may obtain further information or assistance with their coa« signraents from MrThomjts W.Dent at our local office, High Street, Leeaton, where woolpaeks, twine and requisites may be obtained at lowest rates. PYNE AND CO., AUCTIONEEES A WOOL BKOKEJRS, CASHEL STREET, CHRISTCHURCH. ~ SPRING GOODS SPRING GOODS. NEW, FASHIONABLE AND CHOICE DEAPERY. TTTE have much pleasure m intimating that we are now making our first display / of Spring and Summer novelties. These goods have been purchased under the most favourable conditions, and will be found thoroughly up to date, while for quality and neatness of design, we -feel confident will give every satisfaction to our customers. WASHING FABRICS — Paudoras, basket and oatmeal cloths, fancy prints, hollaud ground prints, crape ground prints, colored lappet, striped and fancy muslins, Empress bordered prints, galateas Ac, pongee camhrics, \erj pretty evening shades, black and colored sateens. DRESS GOODS— black and fancy lustres, foule cloths, cashmeres, homespuns, serges, &c. New sunshades, new ribbons, new gloves, new veilings, new laces, new hosiery, new silks, new corsets. Fancy straw hats, rush hats, sailors and boaters, all new and fashionable. TAILORING. Wp are now showing the new samples for Summer wear. Fit and style guarnntoed Popular prices. CLOTHING! CLOTHING! Men's, youths' and boys' clothing, a speciality. We hold very large stocks mostly of our own manufacture, which enable us to give our customers belter value, and we guarantee the wear. Special line of Mosgiel suits t« be cleared at 28s 6d, only a few left. " BOOTS jj|^ BOOTS In this department we nre now undoubtedly, giving tha best valne that money can buy. The colonial boots being made to our order, only the best portion of the hides are used. Groceries, wholesale and retail, all at Christchurch prices for cash. J. H. PARKER & CO., HIGH STREET, SOUTHBRIDGE/ ; r ,!..■■ xt i.i i-i*, . .-L-iyaMmiugft New Zealand Loan & Mercantile Agency Co., Ltd \VOOL miOR&RS. Transactions IS9i3 — 7 were 192.641 bales. All proceeds are hold m TRUST ACCOUNT. \ Wool Sales at Ulmstchurch, 20th November 1897 16th December 1897. Consign wool to the Company. Private Railway siding. Cnristehurch. Woolpacka, tnine, branding paints ami oils on hind for prompt deliver j. Liberal Cash advances — Free of Commission. Apply W. fCOTT & Co., Somthbridge.

This article text was automatically generated and may include errors. View the full page to see article in its original form.
Permanent link to this item

https://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/newspapers/EG18971016.2.23.3

Bibliographic details

Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ellesmere Guardian, Volume XVIII, Issue XVIII, 16 October 1897

Word Count
706

Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ellesmere Guardian, Volume XVIII, Issue XVIII, 16 October 1897

Working