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AMUSEMENTS AND FUNCTIONS. TTIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. AT 8. TO-NIGHT. AT 8. A SELECT FEATUREA Stoiy that will 1 appeal to Every Girl arid Every Woman, and (if, they will! only admit it) to every man as well. "BY RIGHT OF PURCHASE." "BY RIGHT OF PURCHASE." "BY-RIGHT OF PURCHASE." Starring— v NORMA TALM^iDGEi NORMA TALMAiDGB ■ ;and— :, ■ ■ " ■.'. ■ EUGENE O'BRIEN. EUGENE O'BRIEN. She maa-ried him for money. If at the end of two years ,he had not won her love, she was to .have her freedom. He loved her passionately, but her eyes were Minded by the false flatteiy of a scoundrel, so that vshe, did" not recognise the responsive love awakening in her heart. „ ■"' "BY RjIGHT OF PURCHASE." "BY- RIGHT OF PURCHASE." Shows NORMA TALMAOGE at her impiilsive, wistful-eyed, tempestuous best. It is the crowning achievement of her career. PATHE GAZETTE. BEAUTIFUL WALES. BEAUTIFUL WALES. PRICES—I/3 and 9d. THE ASHBURTON GLEE AND MADRIGAL SOCIETY^ Will Give a GRAND CONCERT —in the— mHEATRE ROYAL, TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! ' Commencing at 8 p.m The Assistance of Several Leading Christchurch Artists has been secured. GLEES, QUARTETTES, SOLOS, ETC. A FEAST OF MUSIC. Under Sole Direction of Sidney Williamson, Esq., of Ohristchurch. Nett Proceeds in Aid of Patriotic Relief Funds. Doors open at 7.15 p.m. ' S. N. FENTON, « > , , Hon. Sec. FOR SALE AND TO LET. FOR Sa!*-^- Well-bred Sheep Dog 1 Pups.—Apply J. Tyler, Mt. Somers. 4 74. FOR Sale—Nanny Goat, 18-months old.—-Apply 15 Alfbrd Forest Road. ' ' ■ f .4 82 TO Sell—Mixed Farm'; 200 Acres, on easy terms, close Timaru.— "Land," "Mail" Office. 4 15 LOST AND FOUND. LOST, Monday—Crescent-shape Gold Brooch; set with Emeralds. Reward. Finder please return to "Guardian" Office. v 4 S3 STRAYED on to my Property, a week ago—-Black Heifer Calf. Owner can, have same by paying expenses.—G. Wright,. Trevorton. 477 BUSINESS NOTICES. . - . ' ■"■.'■•■• '■ ' •■ ' AN UNSOLICITED TESTIMONIAL. Received,by H. C. PERCY, by the last English Mail. ' From Cadet F. G. Tott, M; No. 13, Officer C. Batt. 5) Newmarket, 20/iyl9. TO MR PERCY,— Dear Sir, — ->->\; ,- .-V' { \\'. To test a razor, join the Army. Five years ago I bought a razor from your shop—it is like J.W.W.— "still going strong." ! I paid the humble sum of 10s 6d for it. I can "honestly say it's the "best. 10s 6d worth I have bought in my life. ' '■■■ : . ■ --:-- .-.■.;.,: 'J We have to shave every day in the Armyi and this is a fact;—l have only had a barber shave me six times since 11 left N.Z. By the way the razor is ■ going, I have hopes of using it another /five years. I left N.Z. August 15, 1915. I wish you every success. I am yours very sincerely, F. G. TOTT. PS.—The razor has your own name upon it.—F.G.T. PERCY Stocks the Same Brand Still. PRICE—I 3/6. "A LETTER OF APPRECIATION/ Princess Theatre, Dunedin. Dear Mr Hendy,— I want to tell you that I think "Hennaline," the New Egyptian Shampoo, is splendid, and I shall always continue its use. Yours sincerely, VIOLET TREVENYON. Hennshnfe ia not a dye, but a most delightful shampoo for brighten inn dull or faded ha«r. ' ■.•■;■ '. Obtainable m A«nbnrtoh from Barrefct and Co., Leading Drapers: aino. at Ashburton Drug Vo., and PrWipft' Chemists. Prices—la 6d and 2a 6d.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9576, 3 April 1919

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