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AMUSEMENTS AND MEETINGS. HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. HAYWARD'S PICTURES. AT 8. TO-NIGHT. AT 8. Brilliant Change of Programme. Thanhauser's Great Political Star. Fearlessly exposing Political American Methods. "PLOT AGAINST THE GOVERNOR." "PLOT AGAINST THE GOVERNOR." "PLOT AGAINST THE GOVERNOR," "PLOT AGAINST THE GOVERNOR." A Sane, Clean, Convincing, and Absorbing Drama, "THE WOODS OF MQNTAIN." Pathe Scenic. - " A WOMAN'S STRATAGEM." (Woman's Wit Triumphs). "PROPOSAL FROM THE SPANISH DON." (Second Story of Who Will Marry . May Series). ! "THE TRAPPER'S DAUGHTER." " Bingle's Nghtmave." , "Dyed, but not Dead." D.O. and Stalls "is, Reserved Is, 6d, Orchestra Stalls Sd. ', 2 84 Orchestra Stalls Bd. ' 2 106 TENDERS. • N.Z. MILITARY FORCES. Headquarters: Wellington, . ' 6th February, 1914. TENDERS FOe"~CAMP SUPPLIES, 1914. SEALED TENDERS for the Delivery of Camp Supplies, as required for the Divisional Training Camps in the Auckland, Wellington, Canterbury, and Otago Military Districts, will be received up to ] 2 o'clock (noon) on the 9th March, 1914. Particulars of supplies required, and conditions of delivery and supply, may be obtained from all District Headquarters, Area ■ Group " and Area Offices. i Tenders are to be marked " Tender for Damp Supplies, 1914," and posted direct to "The Qunrlermaste'r-General,-Headquarters, ' N.Z. Military Forces, Wellington." A. W. ROBIN, Colonel, 2 99 Quartermaster-General. FOR SALE AND TO LET. WANTED to Sell or Lease for Term—Handy Sheep Farm. House, Twelve Paddocks. Possession Ist March, Rent 7s 6d. 800 Acres." Full particulars— " OWNER," 2 71 " Box 86, .Geraldine. FOR Sale—Pen of Silver Wyandottes and Pen of Black Orpington Pullets.—H. HopwoodJ 15 Kermode Street. 2 110 FOR Sale —Oa>se Apricots (nearly over), Nectarines, Peachesr, Plums, Pears, Cucumbers, etc. —Culverhouse. 2 t llo FOR Sale—Two Purebred Berkshire Boars.—Apply T. A. C. Pearce, Tinwald. " 2 101 WANTED to Let—Small Threeroomed Cottage, furnished.—Apply Mrs Buchanan, Grey Street. 2 105 FOR Sale, Cheap.— Nectarines, Peaches, Plums, und Apricots, bycase.—Thomas Bros. FOWL GRlTS.—Oyster and Sea Shell Grit, 121b. Is; Flint Grit, 101b. Is; cheaper in larger quantities.— Thomas Bros. -.-• WANTED. WANTED FOR A CLIENT. ROUGH FEED for about 600 Ewes. .■■■.■ ■:•■■ ■ ■■' - 1 Apply— national mortgage & agency CO. OF N.Z, LliJ. ; -—» - A NICE Silver Mounted Pipe freir 2s 6d would make a suitably. Xmas' Gift. Percy has the Best Selection. WANTED— Ladies to call and < inspect the new Raleigh and Hollis just landed by ,Qsman and. Co Both these machines,are, beautifully finished and lined in: red and gold, arid fitted with Eadie Coaster or Freewheel to suit buyers, at Osman and Co., Burnett Street. '^"40 GREAT Remnant Bargains at Mitchell and TuriieVs End-of-Season Sale. , •',-■ 100 TO those troubled .with Scurf.—Try the Electric Hea:L Massage. A sure cure, at Percy's. MITCHELL and Turner are Clearing all Summer Millinery at Half-Price. ' ' 1 00 HAIR; Nets.—Another lot. of the small meshed, long-wearing Hair Nets, just arrived at Percy's. rjnYZAOK'S ile'aper Sections, for X Massey-Harris, McCormick, and Deering Binders, at 4s 6d per dozen.— At John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. 11 94 FUST Landed.—A Consignment of 'Peak Frean's Biscuits in the following varieties: —Pat-a-Cake, Shortcake, Golden Puff, Royal Puff, Clotted Cream, Teddy Bear, Lemon Puff Cream, Sailor King, Health, Billiken, Breakfast, Cafe Noir, vGrand Beurre, Rivolli, Savoy, Macaroons Small, Busks, and Is 6d tin Special -Afternoon Tea.—Buxton. and Thomas, Triangle Stores.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8789, 9 February 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8789, 9 February 1914

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