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amusements and functions. the! greatest, most .-■grace-: ful, and most, wonderful iceSKATER IN THE WORLD, at "IS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. TO-NIGHT. AT 8. TO-NiGHT. CHARLOTTE. In a CHARLOTTE. Picture CHARLOTTE. Specially Written CHARLOTTE. for her. —"THE 1 FROZEN WARNING. "— —"THE FROZEN WARNING." V —"THE FROZEN WARMING."— This Play was; written specially to give CHAIILOTTE ample opportunity to display her amazing skating ability. ' It is Compact of Thrilling Adventures and Idyllic Scenes of Arcadian Simplicity. A Bewitching Love Romance runs through it, and the Climax is a Master-. piece of Rapid Action and Breathless Incident. " ■; . "SCARLET RUNNER," No. 3. "SCARLET RUNNER," No. 3.. Last Appearance of— REGGIARDO REGGIARDO (The REGGIARDO Australian REGGIARDO. Cinquevalli). REGGIARDO In a Series of Special Juggling and Sword Swallowing Sensations. PRICES AS USUAL—I/3 and 9d. MEETINGS AND EVENTS, ■■■ * .: ■-■■■..■■■ THEATRE ROYAL. SKATING. SKATING. .' OPEN EVERY MGHT THIS WEEK from 7.30. till 10 p.m. SATURDAY AFTERNOON SESSION, 2.30 p.m. to 5 p.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. \ *'

v YEATMAN, So3s\ and WILKIE, Management. RETURNED SOLDIERS' CLUB. A SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING of the Members will be held at the Club'on MONDAY, April 14, 1919., at 8 p.m v ■ ■ ■".-■'.' ', ■ ■ BUSlNESS—Alteration of Rule 9, Mafliagement and Finances. C. WATERSTON, ' 4 210 Hon. See. A: FAREWELL Social and PresentaXX. tion. to MR and MRS F. TULLY and FAMILY will be held in Mi* J. Stewart's Shed,; SPRINGFIELD 1, on TUESDAY, APRIL 15, at- 8" p.m. , , 4 303 BALING. A WELCOME-HOME to Lieutenant R. Guinness, Privates S. Rowe, R. Tilson, E. Belcher, J. Withell, N. Brown, and D. Tarbotton, will be held in the Baling Goodshed, THURSDAY NIGHT, April 17, at 8 o'clock. Admission—Gents 2s 6d; Ladies a Basket. h; nickalls, 4 293 Secretary E.P.C. . ; FOOTBALL. A: MEETING'-of all^Pasf and Present Senior Students interested in the Eorraation of a Football Club in connection with the Technical School will be held in the Commercial Room at the School on MONDAY (NEXT, 14th, at 8 p.m.

4 319 J. BARTER, .Sec. pro. tern. FOR SALE AND TO LET. FOR SALE. JL-ACRE SECTION, in the best part 4 of HINJ>S TOWNSHIP: For full particulars apply— BOX 320, . Christc'hurch. FOR Sale—£l2s. Ford Touring Car; overhauled, painted, and nickelplated. 30 miles per gallon benzine; trial.—Carson's Garage. 4 278 FOR Sale—A Few Rhode Island , Pullets, laving; 15s pair.—Henley, 64 Belt Road. 4 313 FOR Sale—Ford Car,.- in good 'running order, - £80.—Loach. Bros., Tinwald. 4 324 LOST AND FOUND. ■ LOST, at Methven Show, April 3— Plain Gold Bangle. . Reward on returning to P. McNeill, Lauriston. LOST— A Three-blade Pocket Knife, ■ with G. Nicholson Plate. Finder please leave at "Guardian" Office. LOST, last Thursday, in Ashburton Sheep Dog, dark colour.—T. C. BarweTl, Mitcham. Reward. 4 318 LOST, on Monday-T-Black Slut, with : White..on Front. Plea.se Com-; municate with Jas. McCormick, Seafield. 4 315 FOR reliance and eebwomv fit CLINCHER GROSS MOTOR TYRES—made from the -finest rubber by -/the North British Rubber Co. Obtainable from aH dealers and garages. District Agents:. Canterbury Farmers' Co-op. Association, Ltd.^Timaru.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9585, 12 April 1919

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9585, 12 April 1919

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