AMUSEMENTS AND FUNCTIONS. PLEASE NOTE! Results of. the ElecPLEASE NOTE! tion will be ScreenPLEASE NOTE! Ed at His Majesty's PLEASE NOTE! Theatre to-night. A GOLpWYN PICTURE which is ■- wholly unique. TTIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. TO-NSGHT. AT 8. TO-MiGHT. MABEL NORMAN D' MABEL NORMAND' MABEL NORMAND MABEL NORMAND In a role entirely unlike anything she has ever done before. , • "JOAN OF PLATTSBURG." "JOAN OF PLATTSBURG." "JOAN OF PLATTSBURG." /She was a little slavey, who read the story of Joan of Arc, and who straightway saw visions and heard voices. WHAT WAS THE RESULT? WERE THE VOICES GENUINE? At any rate, she obeyed, the Voices, and Saved Her Country! What is more, she found a new life for herself, with Love to shed its sunshine on the way. MR COKER, MR COKER will sing "JOAN OF ARC." "JOAN OF J.RC." LADIES!—— In the first part Mabel's Dresses are too poor to be called dresses. They are rags. . . Later they are too rich to be called dresses. They are creations. LATEST PATHE GAZETTE. I BIRTH OF A STANDARD SHIP.
PRICES — 1/3 and 9d. TTIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. TO-MORROW NIGHT ANT> SATURDAY NIGHT, Special Engagement of— REGGIARDO REGGIARDO (The REGGIARDO Australian REGGIARDO. CiriquevaHi). REGGIARDO Who will introduce most of the Juggling Feats of the World's Great Master. THE HUMAN BILLIARD TABLE. DARING FEATS WITH A ——WEIGHTY CANNON' BALL. JAPANESE JUGGLERS FEATS. r SWORD SWALLOWING. £100. REWARD. REWARD. £100. REWARD. : . If any person discovers -the Secret Springs that cause the Swords to double up. They will-be handed round for examination. PRICES AS USUAL—I/3 and 9d, PRICES AS USUAL—I/3 and 9d. Reserves at Bristoll—l/7. Reserves at Bristol—l/ 7. MEETINGS AND EVENTS, ASHBURTON AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. MR • DAVISD' MANN, of Smithfield Meat Markets, London, will Address Farmers and Others interested on the "Frozen Meat Commandeer," at the Association's Room?, on SATURDAY NEXT. 12th instant, at 2. p.m.
J. B. CHRISTIAN, 4 260 Secretary. PAROCHIAL DISTRICT OF MOUNT SOMERS. THE ANNUAL MEETING of the Church will be held in the Hail at Mount Somers, at 8 p.m., on FRIDAY, 11th April. Social Evening. Presentation of Balance-Sheet and Report. Election.of Church Officers. A. J. PETRIE, 4 226 Vicar. .. ' 'pv v '■■■' • ' ' '■ ■ A PUBLIC DANCE will be held in the Theatre Royal, TO-NIGHT, [the 10th. Grand March' leads off at 8 p.m. Music provided by the Hosken Band. Refreshments provided. Prices—Gents 3s, Ladies Is 6d. LOST AND FOUND. LOST— A Soldier's Silver Badge, No. 6397. Finder please forward to Porowhita Post Office. 4 191 FOR SALE AND TO LET. I FOR SALE. 1-ACRE SECTION, in the best part 4 of HINDS TOWNSHIP. ■'■ For full particulars apply— BOX 320, Christcnureh. FOR Sale—s-6 Indian and Coachbuilt Side Car; first-class order: seen in Osman's Cycle Shop. 4 208 FOUR Packets Quick-Set Jellies le, 6 Packet* Gold Star Custard Powder Is* 2 Packets White's Flaked Rice Is, 3 Pea Soup Sausages Is, 4 Sand Soap le. 3 Cake^ Goblin Toilet Soap le; 3 Old Dutch Hand Soapf Is, 3 Cakes Swan Toilet Soap Is; 3 Tina Wvandotte Cleanser Is, and 6 Fly Rollb Ib. BUXTON AND THOMAS, Trianale 6tor«i.
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9583, 10 April 1919
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