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AMUSEMENTS AND FUNCTIONS. TTIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. AT 8. TO-NIGHT, AT 8. EMILY STEVENS EMILY STEVENS In the Famous Broadway Success — ——"A MAN'S WORLD." "A MAN'S WORLDi."---' ---"A MAN'S WORLD,"— A Gripping Tale of the Bohemian World of Paris and New York. MOUNT LASSAU IN ACTION. CO-OPERATIVE WEEKLY. SCARLET RUNNER, No. 2. SCARLET RUNNER, No. 2. PRICES—I/3 and 9d. MEETINGS AND EVENTS., ».. —*— • — '■.. ASHBURTON FOOTBALL CLUB. A MEETING of the above Club will be held in Mr W. H. Little's Office, Burnett Street, on TUESDAY, April 8, at 8 p*m. BUSINESS—To; consider the Prospects for the coming season, and gen3ral. Full attendance of members requested. Chairman—Mr W. G. Hillier."'- . A. THOMSON, Acting Secretary. • NOTICE. A MEETING of those interested in making arrangements for Peace Celebrations will be held in HINDS BALL on TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 8, at 7.30 p.m. •m DOMAIN CARNIVAL. , \ A MEETING of the General Committee will be held in the Bor>ugh Council Chambers on WEDNESDAY, 9th/inst., at 7.30 p.m. BUSINESS—To receive' Progress Reports and General. - JOHN WATSON, 1 .164 Hon. Sec. DOMAIN FETE. A MEETING of LADIES wiR- be held in Borough Council Rooms m WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, at 4 j'clock, to arrange for' Afternoon Tea \t above Carnival on May ( Ist. Come* xnd help i© improve the Children's Playground. D. M. MONTGOMERY, i 170 Convener. WINCHMORE HALL. V '' ■ AWELCOME'-HOME SOCjUI to Sergeant -Lay and Private McMinn will 'be.-held in. the above Hall-on WEDNESDAY NEXT, April 9. Gents 3s, Ladies a Basket. 4 163 A WELCOME-HOME SOCL_L will be held in MAYFIELD BAND HALL on THURSDAY, 10th, 1919, to Welcome Home Several Returned Men. Dance commences at 8 p.m Gents, 2s. 6d; Ladies, Is. Refreshments provided. 4 178 LOST AND FOUND. f OST, "* from "' Seafield—l7 2-tooth JL_j Ewes. Brand 7X in red on near •ide; also, 12 4-tooth Ewes. Brand H n red. Finder please communicate with ALBERT BENNISON, Seafield; or '; NATIONAL MORTGAGE,' I 180 Ashburton. r.':OST, on Saturday night—l Gent's l_l Boot. Fnider please .leave at ,his Office. 4 169 LOST, between Wes-terneM. and Ashburton—Light Waterproof Mackintosh, Saturday Evening. Reward >n _etrfrn to "Guardian" Office. 4 168 I', SUCCESS. Christchurch, Feb. 14th, 1919. vleasrs Hemingway and Robertson's AXIS., Ltd., P.O. Box. 516, / Auckland. Dears Sirs, — '\ No doubt you already know I gained *"irst Honours in the Book-keepers' Sxamination of last November. I feel ny^success was chiefly due to your jfficient teaching ; ' Yours faithfully, , (Signed) S. A. MANDER, A, prime factor in the signally coniistent success attained by the Stttt lents of HEMINGWAY and ROBERTSON'S unrivalled Commercial Training Institution, is that the Administrative [leads have not only been specially ■elected bn account of their experience md consp7cuous capabilities, but .. have jhomselves, without exception, studied md qualified by -exam. Young men and women can ensure mccess by availing themselves of the invaluable assistance of HEMINGWAY AND ,ROBERTSON'S CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS, LTD.. AUCKLAND. (The School with 25,000 Successful and Satisfied Students behind it). T HAVE for Sale— 17 ACRES of LAND, near town, with well-built Dwelling, Outbuildings, and All Conveniences. Splendid water supply. • Price and Terms on application to— ; ; M.BRUCE, C West Street. PHONtA — An Ideal Tonic for ..'', anaemic worsen and girls, niakefl good red blood. 2s a bottle.— Bonnington's Pharmacyi

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9580, 7 April 1919

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9580, 7 April 1919

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