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AMUSEMENTS AND FUNCTiON^. TTIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. SPECIAL MATINEES on SPECIAL MATINEES on SATURDAY AND MONDAY NEXT. .SATURDAY AND' MONDAY NEXT. COMPLETE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME on Each Occasion. Usual Matinee Prices. 4 395 ANOTHER SCANDALOUSLY MERRY DOMESTIC TRAGEDt, With Connie as the Spice, —at—.. TTIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. TO-NIGHT. ONLY. ' TO-NIGHT ONLY. CONSTANCE TALMADGE. The flighty CONSTANCE TALMAjDGfi. -young.wile COiXTSTANCB TALMAIDGE. who ran'inCONSTANOE TALMADGE. to danger. ■_, _ — "MRS LEFFINGWELL'S BOOTS." "MRS LEjFFINGWEIjL'S BOOTS." "MRS LEFFINGWEI/L'S BOOTS." (By the way,.they were Shoes). Her Hubby at'first refused to Buy. the Boots for her. , Then he went back* to the shop, ■ and he was just in time to^see the other man buy them. That evening his wif©' was dancing with the other man, and wearing those Shoes. ■■ ■ ■ '.■'■'■'• They :.; werei; unusual Shoes —so unusual that there was no room for mis-: take. Later that night he passed the window of the other man's apartments. Beneath- the window blind he caught sight of a pair of female legs, clad in silk stockings, and those Unmistakable Shoes. THE SHOES WERE THERE. THE FEET WERE THERE. THE LEGS WERE THERE. THE REST OF HIS WIFE MUST HAVE BEEN THERE: A Lesson for Expensive Wives and Suspicious Hubbys. PATHE GAZETTE. HISTORY OF THE WAR. NIGHT ANIMALS. Usual Prices—l/ 3 and 9d. SPECIAL! SPECIAL I One of the World's Greatest and Most Momentous Sights Brought Before You I "THE ..SURRENDER, OF,-THE-=r^— "THE SURRENDER OF THE GERMAN FLEET.'" " r ADMIRAL BEATTY taking over the German High Seas Fleet and Submarines, ■ ■ ■ ALSO— THE ARMISTICE CELEBRATIONS. THE ARMISTICE CELEBRATIONS. Unprecedented and Unparalleled ! , Scenes in LONDON, GLASGOW, PARIS, and IRELAND.* It is everyone's duty to see these Historical Events.! —at— TTIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. SATURDAY AND MONDAY. SATURDAY AND MONDAY. APRIL 19th and 21st. APRIL 19th and 21st. —Also at— THE MATINEE MONDAY, THE MATINEE MONDAY, At 2.30. USUAL PRICES. Reserves at the Theatre—l/ 7. , j LOST AND F*)UND. STRAYED — One Dark" Chestnut Hack Mare, white strip on face,^ branded ace of clubs near shoulder, O on off shoulder. Anyone knowing whereabouts please communicate with R.E.LYNN, 4 430 Alford Forest Road, Ashburton. STRAYED or Stolen, : from Mr 'Devane's Paddock, Ashburton, on March 3rd—l BLACK GELDING, straight on front feet;, stands about 17 hands 'high. Any person holding him after* 30th April, will be fined. 4 423 N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP. LOST, by Disabled Soldier—Fountain Pen. Finder please return to "Guardian" Office., 4 425 LOST, April 14—One Black and Brown Rough-haired Sheep Dog. Answers to "Jack." Anyone return,, ing him to Geo. Thompson, "The Wil-' lows," Tinwald, will be rewarded. CYCLES.— We have just received a Shipment of New Hudson 'Cycles, which we are offering at £16. These Machines are beautifully finishI od, and are fitted with Eadie Coaster | Hub and Front-rira Brake, English [ Dunlop Tyres, Steel Guards, Lamp, Pump, and Tools. Obtainable only I from Osman and Co., Burnett St. 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 line, it is proeur-. able from W. Osman and Co., Bur;netfc Street^.Ashtmrton.' >■ , •• i ■ ■ ■ ~ .'.'•.■',■;

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9589, 17 April 1919

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9589, 17 April 1919

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