AMUSEMENTS AND FUNCTIONS. PLEASE NOTE! PLEASE NOTE! Results of the ElecPLEASE NOTE! tion will be ScreenPLEASE NOTE! Ed at His Majesty's PLEASE. NOTE I•• Theatre To-morrow PLEASE NOTE! Night. PLEAS© NOTE! TTIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. TO-NIGHT. ATS. TO-NIGHT. ' A "TRIANGLE"-DRAMA. , A "TRIANGLE" DRAMA. Featuring— ■ BESSIE LOVE, BESSIE LOVE, "THE HEIRESS AT "THE HEIRESS AT COFFEE BAN' S." COFFEE BAN'S." A Story of rare charm and delightful appeal. HIS WIFE'S ALLOWANCE (Comedy). TOURING IN THE CANADIAN ROCKIES (Scenic). PRICES — 1/3 and 9d. TO-MORROW NIGHT. MABEL NORMANB* MABEL NORMANB "JOAN OF PLATTSBURG." "JOAN OF PLATTSBURG." Usual Prices. ttis majesty:s theatre. Friday and saturday next, friday and saturday next. APRIL 11 and 12. Special Engagement of— REGGIARDO REGGIARDO (The REGGIARDO Australian REGGIARDO. Cinquevalli). REGGIARDO London "Morning Advertiser," of December 27, says: "Reggiardo is assuredly the champion juggler of the age, ami the ease' with which he sue-, ceeds in the most difficult juggling feats is as astonishing as the facility with this gentleman swallows an electric lamp alight." 1 London "Morning Post"^ says :. "Reggiardo' sexhibition of juggling and sword-swallowing is suggestive of marvellous dexterity and digestive powers." PRICES AS USUAL—I/3 and 9d. PRICES AS USUAL—I/3 and 9d. Reserves at Bristol—l/ 7. Reserves at Bristol —1/7. Lost and found. LOST, from Waterton—2 English Leicester Rams, branded TW on right side; and 1 Ram Lamb branded CD. Finder please communicate with T. Williams, Waterton. 4 233 LOST, last Friday—Yellow Smoothhaired Sheep Dog, 1919 Collar, No,. 2099. Finder communicate t with' A. Jary, National Mortgage. • : 4 240 LOST— A Soldier's Silver Badge, No. 6397. Finder please forward to Porowhita Post Office. 4 191 STRAYED, from my River-bed Pro- , perty—One Strawberry Steer, 18 months' old.—Apply to R. Jamieson, Trevorton. Reward. • 4 225 FOR SALE AND TO LET. FOR SALE.
ONE 3-Seater STUDEBAKER CAR, also, 1 2/3 Seater BUICK CAR. Both Cars in perfect' running order and fully equipped. DiAVID FRIEDLANDER 4 232 • ■.'"' West Street. FOR Sale—s-6 Indian andCoachbuilt Side Car; first-class order; seen in Osman's Cycle Shop. 4 208 H. L. BARKER. p<RAIN AND SEED MERCHANT, — and — BUYER OF FAT SHEEP FOE EXPORT. Agent for Queensland Intforane* C«. Lid. WANTED— WHEAT, OATS, BARLEY, OATSHEAF CHAFF. PARTRIDGE PEAS. RYEGB.ASS SEED COCKSFOOT SEED. WHITE CLOVER. RED CLOVER, ETC., • and POTATOES. ALL FARM REQUISITES STOCKED AT TINWALD BTORES.
T HAVE for Sale^--17 ACRES of LAND, near town, with well-built JOwelling, Outbuildings, and All Conveniences. Splendid water supply. Price and Terms on. application to— M. BRUCE, C ' West Street. CYCLE Tyres and Accessories.—lt is a well-known fact that we have the largest, cleanest, and most up-to-date Stock of Tyres and Accessories in Ashburton. No matter what you require in our lino, it is procurable from W. Osman and Co., Burnett Street, Ashburton... , .
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9582, 9 April 1919
Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9582, 9 April 1919
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