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AMUSEMENTS AND MEETINGS. HIS MAJESTY'S THEATReT HAYWARD'S PICTURES. AT.B. -—- TO-NIGHT. —— AT 8. Stupendous Star Programme. Grand Educational Film: — —(< OUR KING'S NAVY." "England Expects that every man this, day will" do his duty." "Sons of the Sea,". Vocalist: Mr Frank , . , , . Porter. "A NOISE FROM THE DEEP." Greatest Keystone Comedy Ever Seen. "\ Dress Circle and Stalls' Is: 'Back Stalls 6d. :>: ■■•>' '. 179 TO-MORROW AT 8. ' TO-MORROW AT S. ' ' ' TTIS MAJESTY'S "'Ci THEATRE. HAY WARD'S PICTURES. ■„.; Coming Iwih,:Flyirig Colours. •j ■■■, *A World'k Sensational. Hit"!"'. 1;., „, .A Ftirore at Aucklandj Wellington^ : Christchurch' and ; DaiJiedin. TURNING HUNDREDS AWAY. A GREAT MODERN DRAMA OF ! — HIGH-UFE IN PARIS, -v-— !v—-- HIGH-LIFE IN PARIS. —-— - Which bristles, and. teems with i NOVELTIES AND) THRILLS. i- 6000 ft. In Colours. 6000 ft. , , 6000 ft. •In Colours. 6000 ft. Acted by the most distinguished celebrities of the French Stage. .$ '.— "THE KING OF THE AIR !" — — "THE KING OF THE AIR 1" — In Five HHge Parts., Incidental to this best of dramas is the PARISIAN BALL, introducing 'the latest BALLROOM CRAZE, the- most discussed dance in the world to-day: "THE TANGO !" —— — "THE TANGO !"—- ---— "THE TANGO !" —-

By the French Tango Kings. So magnificently done that itinight be ' LEARNEP t ,FROM .T^E^SCREEN; . 1 This immense 3rama also shows the ACTUAL AEROPLANE RACE for the v, AVIATION DERBY from PARIS, to AND BACK, twice cir--1 cling the Eiffel Tower. Taken from ' aii Aeroplane in the race; • PANORAMIC WONDERS — FLYING ' LANDSCAPES—TRIUMPH OF ■ > SPEED-iTRAINS PASSED AS IF STANDING. ... '■"" , STARTLING SENSATION J. ': \ COLLAPSE and ORASH TO EARTH of a GIANT AEROPLANE. A RECORD-BREAKING PLAY. j 6d and Is. Reserves at Dresden, Is 6d. I ASHBURTON H];GH SCHOOL. OLD PUPILS' ASSOOIATIONi ,; mHE . ANNUAL ; MEETING of the) JL above" Association v/ill be held on THURSDAY Next, the 12th instl, at 7.30 p.m., in the High School Assembly Hall. .-;,;"; '" ■ •''' ■<:' 1"' 1 "'" Business:—Adoption of Annual Re- ! port and Balance-Sheet, Election of Officers for the ensuing year, and General. „ ■ • . All Old Pupils are cordially requested to attend. P. S. CRISP, 3 64 Hon. Sec. , T>, APT IST TABERNACLE TO-MORROW (Thursday), at .7.30 p.m. HARVEST SOCIAL and WELCOME to Rev. H. B. and Mrs Hughes. Addresses by the Rev. J. J. .North (Ghristchurch), Local Ministers and Others. , ■ . Good Programme. Refreshments. . All Welcome.; Collection. 3 180

THE Members: of the Fire Brigade :; are requested, to meet .at the Fire Brigade Meeting Room TO-MOR-ROW (Thursday) Evening at 7.30. F, S. NICHOLLS, j 3 175 Secretary. m HEAT R E 11 O V A L . COMIG OPERA EXTRAORDINARY. ONE NIGHT ONLY. " TUESDAY, MARCH 17. 'D. 8.. O'CONNOR, presents, by arrangement with J. C. Williamson, Ltd., theVcrkl-famed Comic Opera: —- THE ARCADIANS. — — — THE ARCADIANS. : - "•The Greatest 'of Great' Musical 'Plays. I .'lnterpreted by the MERRY WIDOW '.OPERA COMPANY, in its fourth year ■■of unparalleled success. , ■ ]J4-r A TRULY GREAT PLAY. —i-r -FULL ORCHESTRA CHORUS AND . BALLET. Prices: 4s, 3s, and 2s. No extra fee for booking. Box plash at- Gates's. business Manage? ...... v :. JV..O'Sullivan. •Advance Manager ... Frank O'Sullivan. A GARDEN PARTY will be held on . April 2, at M^Cbrbett's, Winchmore. Proceeds in aid of Winchmore Church. For further. particulars see advertisements later. FOR SALE AND TO LET.

FOR Sale—Five-year-old Ha,me£s Mare, Gig and Harness.—Apply A. McKenzie, Hinds. 3 172 FOR Sale.—Prime new Onions, 121b. . for "is. Cheaper in larger quantities^—Thomas Bros. TWO Hundred and 400 Gallon Iron Tanks,,, both- Galvanised and Painted Jrinds for sale.—At John' Onand Co.'s East Street Store. 1 7G

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8815, 11 March 1914

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