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Meetings Amusements, &c« Theatre JPjJßHf^t Roval> TIMARU. Under the patronage and in the presence of Hie Worßhip the Mayor. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29 and 30. RETURN VI&IT OF MONTGOMERY'S KINEMATOGRAPH AND CONCERT COMPANY. •'The brightest and best organisation on *tour" (vide press). A new novel 19th century up-to-date entertainment. All The Latest Films of the TRANSVAAL WAR. Colonials Under Fire, Charge of sth Lancers, Navals Firing Maxim Guas, Battle of Glencoe, Royal Artillery in Action, Gordon Highlanders on the March, Boer Attack on an Armoured Train at Mafeking. and Major Wilson's Last Stand, now being shown to immense audiences at the Olympic, London, and our Refined Concert Company. And the latest London sensations. These pictures are the only War Films in the colony, having been taken on the field by Mr J. Roeenthal for the Warwick Trading Company, Limited. A ROYAL SPANISH BULL FIGHT, Lasting half an hour ; 3000 feet of Film used nightly. The Management guarantee their performance as one that any man should delight to take his family. Popular Prices— Dress Circle, 2s ; Stalls, Is 6d ; Pit, Is. Box Plan at Begg's. Also Day Sales. No extra charge for Booking. WILL JAMESON, Touring Manager. THEATRE ROYAL. WEDNESDAY NEXT, at 8 o'clock. PUBLTC MEETING Jo Advocate the Claims of 10 o'clock Licenses. Addresses by Revs. W. Gillies, J. N. Buttle, W. C. Woodward, and Mr W. Coe. Collection to defray expenses. Lost and Found. WILL the Person that took the PILLOW SHAM off Mrs Golden's clothes line on last Monday afternoon, ploase to return the snme to her or this Office, or further proceedings will be taken. MRS GOLDEN, Timaru City Laundry, LeCten's Terrace, (Late Sophia St.) Per Sale. FOR SALE— B acres, 6-roomed house, Otipua Road; i-acre, 4-roomed house, avenue Road ; 665-acre Farm, Waitohi ; 67-acreFarm, Levels Plains ; 45 acres and 30 acres, with improvements, Roßebrook. 76 Acres, nice » house, Point road. 31 Acres, 5-roomed house, Woodbury. I Several Hotels for Sale and Lease in ! Town and Country, Houses and Building Sites Timaru and Suburbs ; also at Fairlie. Easy Terms arranged. Apply — D. MAHONEY, Box 20, P.0., Timara. To Let. TO LET OR FOR SALE BY TENDER— 5a lr 27p Lots 61, 62 and 63, pt. R.S. 1701, old North Road, next to Waimataitai bchool, now occupied by Mr E. Sullivan. The highest or any Tender not neeesrsaily accepted. Tenders Close Noon, SATURDAY, March 31st, at my Office, where terms and conditions can be seen. G. HOWARD TRIPP, Solicitor, Timaru. Funeral NoticeFUNERAL NOTICE. T?RIENDS of Mr Thomas Smith are Jj respectfully informed that the funeral of his late Wife will leave his residence, Stafford Street, THIS DAY (Monday, March 26th), at 2.30 p.m. for the Timaru Cemetery. LISTEH & BARRIE, Undertakers and Embalmers. FUNERAL NOTICE. THE Friends of Mr and Mrs E. Pilbrow are respectfully informed that the Funeral of their late Daughter, Susan Elizabeth (Bessie) will leave their Residence, North Road, Temuka, at 2.30 p.m. on TUESDAY, 27th of March, 1900, for the Temuka Cemetery. COMER & LARCOMBE, Undertakers. Tenders FOR SALE. nTANTED-TENDERS for FARM of Tt 70 Acres with Seven-roomed House and good Out-buildings thereon, within two miles of Waimate ; land all in grass. Apply— A. BRUCE, . The Grange, Waimate. Wanted , AUTUMN AND WINTER GOODS. MAGNIFICENT selection of New Guods in Kaiapoi, Mosgiel, Timaru Woollen Coy's, manufacture, comprising Clothing, Shirts, Hosiery, Underclothing, Hats, Caps, Rugs, Imported Goods in Silk and Cambric Handkerchiefs, Newest Collars and Ties, Gloves, Braces, etc., Frame and Flexible Felt Hats. COWAN'S COLONIAL CLOTHING HOUSE. WANTED— A COOK for Threshing Camp. Good wages for good man. Apply at this Office by Tuesday at noon: References required. A TEA GROWING PARADISE, the home of Hondai-Lanka Ceylon Tea. Every Leaf is full of Virtue, every Infußion Delicious. Sealed Packets only. MEN'S AND YOUTHS' BOATERS in Plain and Faacy Straws. Ties, Shirts, Socks, &c.« of good quality at low prices ; at WM. COE'S. SUITS.— Ready-Made or to Order, Well Finished, TIMARU, ROSLYN and MOSGIEL TWEEDS, at WM- COE'S T\EEBSMAKING in Full Swing. I / Ladies' Hailor Hats in the Newest Shapes from Is to 5s 6<i. New Laces and Scarves. " The Leader " Glove, 2a 6d a pair, at W. COEN. IF YOU WANT to Enjoy a good Smoke buy a Plug o! Eoyal Colors Tobßcco

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Timaru Herald, Volume LXIV, Issue 3220, 26 March 1900

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Timaru Herald, Volume LXIV, Issue 3220, 26 March 1900

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