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AMUSEMENTS AND MEETINGS. POSITIVELY TWO NIGHTS ONLY. TO-NIGHT at 8. TO-NIGHT at 8. HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. HAYWARD'S PICTURES. TO-NIGHT and TO-MORROW. Barker's Glorious All-British Master- j piece. . j Magnificent Reproduction of Mrs Henry Woods's "World-famed Novel. ■ "12AST LYNNE." " EAST LYNNE." "EAST LYNNE." "EAST LYNNE." A World-famed Book! • A World-famed Play! . And now,a World-famed Picture Drama. "east lynne." "East lynne." "east lynne." This grand old work of enduring popularity vitalised by kinematography is attracting thousands nightly in England and America. A Complete Entertainment. The fine old story splendidly told by MR ALFRED BOOTH^fAN. MR ALFRED, BOOTHMAN. (The Celebrated Raconteur). MRS BARBER will Ising—" When Other Lips." Patrons are respectfully requested to be in their Seats before 8 p.m. Dress Circle and Stalls Is; Reserved Is 6d; Back Stalls 6d; Children Halfprice. • 2 228 ASHBUItTON TEMPERANCE BRASS BAND. OPEN AIR CONCERT. • Band Rotunda—B p.m. THURSDAY EVENING. 2 229 FOR SALE AND T0 LET. FOR Sale—Bon Chretian Dessert and Bottling Pears. Ours best, equal .to Melbourne. ' Flavour excellent. Cash with order.—Culverhouse. 2 238 FOR Sale, Cheap.— Nectarines, Peaches, Plums, and Apricots, by case.—Thomas Bros. ■. . Wanted. BIRD Cages, new and approved designs in Stock, in all Sizes. Prices form 5s 6d. Extra Bird Cage Bottles in stock.—At John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. 1 76 ! TEA, Tea.—A first-class Tea at Is 3d _ ■ lb, by the chest Is 2d. Some I may imitate .our price, but none ouiM quality.—Buxton -and Thomas, Triangle Stores. ]\rURSERY ,Har. Lotion kills the nits i.l and keeps the children's heads clean and sweet Is a bottle Bonriinj?ton's Pharmacy. . . „ . 1 4t TO those troubled with Scurf.—Try ■ the Electric Heal Massage. A sure cure, at Percy's. ' ' SPARKLET Syphons—an instantaneous method of making pure -ZErated*'Waters, or /Erating Fruit j Syrups, Milk,""V, ines, etc. 'C size at.7s 6d each.—At John Orr and Co.'s East i Street Store. 1 76 WANTED Known.—We stock /all Motor Cyclists' Requisites, including the best makes of Tyres, Belts, and Oils. Bosch Plugs at 5s 6d, -, Belt Punches 2s 6d, Britannia Outfits 2s 6d, Stanley Fasteners Is 3d. Other Sundries at equally low prices at Osman and Co. YBell Cycle Agency). 140 ■/"LINGER Wine Essence.^A good, vJT' wholesome and refreshing drink for either table or harvest field. Is a bottle.—Bonnington's Pharmacy. 141 I^TURSERY Hair Lotion—a necessity li in every home where the children go to scl'ool .Keeps ibe head clean of parasites and the scalp healthy. Is a bottle, Bonnington's Pharmacy. Iti BIG Stock of School Bags, Slatos. Exercise Books, Copy Books, Atlases, Reading Books; Writing Pads, i Mathematical Sets, etc., for opening of schools. Our Prices ,are as low as any. A Discount Coupon given with all Cash Purchases. A. T. H- WILLIAMS, Bookseller and^ Stationer, 1 95 ■. East Street. BUY your New Razor from Percy" He guarantees what he sells, and Prices Moderate. BLOUSE Bargains at Mitchell and Turner's Clearance Sale. 1 00 WANTED Known.—That Osma.i and Co. (late Bell. Bros.), have secured the agency for the well-known Hollis and Raleigh Cycles, and having purchased a large quantity of both Machines, are prepared to make liberal allowances on old Cycles as part payment. Prices from £7 10sUpwards. • SEPARATOR Oil—The Special brand recommended by all the leading butter makers, at Is-per bottle; Guaranteed free from any impurity.—John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. 1 76 XMAS GIFTS.—We have to nand.a Choice assortment of Pot Plants. Any of these make a very acceptable Christmas Present. THOMAS BROS.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8796, 17 February 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8796, 17 February 1914

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