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AMUSEMENTS AND FUNCTIONS. TTIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. TO-NIGHT. AT 8. TO-NIGHT. A WORLD FEATURE. —StarringJUNE ELVIDGE . JUNE ELVIDGE — in-r "THE 10th CASE." , "THE'loth CASE." - "THE 10th CASE." —- A Picture-Drama that marches irresistibly to a Breathless Climax. A Climax which brings tears to the eyes^ but they are tears of happiness and contentment. Desperate love never devised a more daring" and dramatic defence for an innocent woman wrongly accused. The judge declares that in nine cases out of ten, circumstantial evidence is correct. THUS WAS THE TENTH CASE. Splendid Settings—ThriTling Moments—and Gorgeous' Gowns. TOPICAL BUDGET. HER UNCLE DUDLEY. > (Keystone Comedy). PRICES — 1/3 and 9d. MEETINGS ArJP EYENTSv -^ DOMAIN CARNIVAL, A MEETING of the General Committee will be held in the Borough Council Chambers on WEDNES(DAY, 16th inst., at 7.30 p.m, Business—To receive Progress Reports and General. . JOHN WATSON, 4 364 - .-■ Hon. Sec. „ OLD BOYS' FOOTBALL CLUB. ' THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEET- ' ING of the above Club will be held in the A. and P. Association's Rooms, Arcade, TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY), 16th April, at 7,30 p.m. Business—Election of Officers and General: ■'■ ' ■"■. Hv SARNEY,'. - ', 4 380 "** ' ; Hon. Seci. A MEETING of Returned Soldiers of Mayfield, Ruapuna,' and all Surrounding Districts, will be held in the MAYFIELD! HALL on SATURDAY NEXT, 19th inst./ at 7.30 p.m.. Business—Re Anzac Day and Peace Day Celebrations'; -'."..,'' •, All to roll up. ■■■";-■; Rum issue at stand down. 4 373* PEACE CELEBRATIONS. ■" THE Weekly Practice of the United; Choir will be held in the BARING SQUARE CHURCH TO-MOR-ROW, . WEDNESDAY EVENING, commencing at 8 o'clock, on account of Stainer's Crucifiction being given in St; Andrew's Church. .LOST AND MUND. , LOST, from Methven—Black and Tan Sheep Dog, Mick- Finder please communicate with Jas. A. Davidson Methven. 4 368* LOST, last Thursday, in Ashbufton —Sheep Dog, dark coloul'.—T. 0. Barwell, Mitcham; Reward. FOR SALE AND TO LET. FOR Sale—l Cow, just calved, guaranteed sound and quiet; 4th calf. —Apply E. Corbitt, Greenstreet. FOR Sale—Pram, Good .Condition, £2 10s. Particulars. this Office. FOR Sale—House, 6 Rooms, all Outbuildings, with 5 Acres Land. —R. Clark, Arcade. 4 383 EOR Sale—Latest ••Improved 5--p«, Roomed Bungalow,-clos© Railway, Post Office.—"Bungalow*" "Guardian" Office. ..; "; 4 377 ;'- ' ' '-' .'i-.-u. 'i ■ " " '■' ' .1 i —^—r— —-i 25,000 STUDENTS ALREADY ,-.' ENROLLED, Yes, enrolled and satisfied, that is i our record since our foundation in ! October, 1897. Well'oyer 5500 of 'our; students have passed the' Public Service,; the Teachers', the Matriculation, and other Public Exams. We have put over 2500 through the recognised Accountancy and Book-keeping Exams. Over 200 to-day are successful lawyers. Several are to-day. holding positions of high honour and trust in the Business and Professional World. All has been accomplished by Systematic Organisation., sheer hard work, personal attention, and enthusiasm. You mean te succeed, you are ambitious, steady, _ and determined—well, just get;into line. QUALIFY. Let us send you." to-day, without obligation on your part, particulars of our Course of Preparation, for the Law, the Accountancy, the Teachers', the University Book-keepers', the Matriculation, or the Public Service Exams., or details of our Course in Modern Office Methods, Book-keeping, or Shorthand, or Advertisement Writing. Say just which interests you, and write today. HEMINGWAY AND ROBERTSON'S CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL, LTD., P.O. Rox 516, . • AUCKLAND. . ■• ■ ■ BUY your wife a North British Wat er Bottle-this Winter! The "Unique" is fitted .with patent stopper that can'i leak, and well vulcanised seams -prevent .bursts-! British made, and "branded on neck of bottle.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9587, 15 April 1919

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