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gIS MAvr.ES^ V'S THEATRE. Our Thanks to. th*/. Section °c "Guardian." for siipplyra© ,t St suit-slides for our screen la. n ' ', MATINEE at 2.30 TO-MGIL R9^MATINEE at 2.30 TO-MOKB* uvv' ' "SCARLET RUNNER, "■ No. 3. "SCARLET RUNNER/ No. 3. THE FROZEN WARNING. '„ THE FROZEN WARNING. Usual' Matinee Prices. TO-NIGHT. AT 8. TO-NIGHT. Special Engagement of— REGGIARDO REGGIARDO (The REGGIARDO Australian REGGIARDO. CinquevaHi). REGGIARDO Wlio 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. SWORD SWALLOWING. . REWARD. £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. "■ * •

SENSATIONAL FEATS

London. "Morning Advertiser," of I December 27, says: "Reggiardo is as- i suredly the champion juggler of the j age, and the ease with which succeedV~in the most difficult jugging feats is as astonishing as the facility with, which this gentleman swallows an electric lamp alight." London ""Morning Post" says: "Reggiardo's exhibition of juggling and sword-swallowing is suggestive of marvellouvs dexterity qnd- digestive powers." Also Screening:— , MABEL NORMAND —in— ' .1 "JOAN OF PLATTSBURG." ' "JOAN OF PLATTSBURG." Mabel Normand as Joan touches a> point of artistry higher than ever-be-fore>"in her career. " PRICES AS USUAL—I/3 and 9d. PRICES AS USUAL—I/3 and 9d. Reserves at Bristol; —1/7. MEETINGS ANQ EVENTS, " THEATRE ROYAL. SKATING. ... SKATING.

OPEN EVERY NiIGHT > THIS WEEK from 1 7.30 till 10 p.m. SATURDAY AFTERNOON SES-SION,-2.90 p.m.-to sp.m. Latest and Most Up-to-date-Skates in the Dominion. Prices — Admission and Skates, Is 6d. Persons with Private Skates, Is. Spectators: Admission 6d. Change of Floor Manager. YEATMAN, SON, and WILRIE, Management. ASOCIAL' and PRESENTATION to Corporal' Hugh Gillespie will be held at Mr P. Small's Shed on APRIL 17. Non-Subscribers: Concert Is; fpance, Gents 2s 6d. Refreshments provided. Commences at 8 p.m. 4 269 LOST AND FOUND. STRAYED— One Dark Chestnut; Hack Mare, white strip on face, branded ace of cfltabs near shoulder, O on off shoulder. Anyone knowing whereabouts please communicate with R. E. LYNN, 4 271 Alford Forest Road, Ashburton.

LOST, on -Tuesday—Silver Fruit Knife. Finder please return to Malvera Private Hospital. 4 274 LOST, between Public Library and Post Office—Right Legging of Motoring Suit; Thursday 'Afternoon. ! Finder please return to 148 East j Belt, ■■■•■' = •■'.■/•.■ . 4. 277 LOST — 4-tdoth Border 1 Leicester Ram, vbranded J6 on off shoulder and rump.—Watson. Bros., *Penda*ves. LOST—A Threshing Mill Hauling Chain, between. v Mt. Hutt.and Ashburtoir, on -Wednesday. Finder ( communicate \vith A. Bray, oi! Farmers' Cd-op.— W, Moses. 4 273 i FOR SALE AND TO LET. i . .. , _ FOR 1 SALE. i-ACR'E SECTION, in the best part 4 of HIND'S TOWNSHIP. For full particulars apply— . i -;, . BOX 320, „ 1 ■.'' Christchurch.

FOE Sa)le^-^BS.- Fowl Touring Car; overhauled, painted, and; nlckelplateck- 30 miles per gallon. benzine; , trial.—Carson's- Garage. 4 278 FOE) Sale—Triumph Motor Cycle, iust overhauled, £19. , 10s; JA.P. 2fH.P\ £16; Indian 7/9-H.P. 1 £50.— CarSon's Garage. 4 279 FOE Sale—WilW Wood in . any quantity, Bft. lengths; 25s Cordi ;—Apply "Club House." 4 284 I FOE Sale — Light-weight Motor Bicycle; good order.—Address: "Seasonable," '"'Giiardian" Office. TfciOß Steles—S&u'c©" Ifessert TpmaJL I toes, t>'e«sert \ aM. "■■: Ste^np; ijfears and Apples, Garlic, Shallots, an 4 iP'iclcHnv Ohiotty.MnittniU^ Brbs; 4 C 2§6;

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9584, 11 April 1919

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9584, 11 April 1919

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