AMUSEMENTS AlfD FUNCTIONS. TTIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE, MATINEE AT 2.30 TO-MORROW. MATINEE AT 2.30 TO-MORROW. "SCARLET RUNNER," No. 6. "SCARLET RUNNER," No. 6. ANIMAL TRAITS (Educational Study) CO-OPERATIVE WEEKLY. Usual Matinee Prices. SHOWING TO-NIGHT— OLARA KIMBALL YOUNG. CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG. "THE HOUSE OF GLASS." "THE HOUSE OF GLASS." Only an Artist of the Supreme Ability of Clara. Kimball Young could do justice to this tremendous story. Produced in the gorgeous select style with superb settings and splendid dresses. Usual Prices—l/ 3 and 9d. Reserves at Bristol 1/7, or Theatre, 'Phone 360. ■ ■ • TTIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. MONDAY AND TUESDAY, MONDAY ANX> TUESDAY, MAY 5 AND 6. MAY 5 AND 6. MATINEE—TUESDAY, at 2.30. "THE SURRENDER OF THE "THE SURRENDER OF THE— GERMAN FLEET." 7 GERMAN FLEET." ALSO— THE ARMISTICE CELEBRATIONS. THE ARMISTICE CELEBRATIONS. LONIDONy GLASGOW, PARIS, and IRELAND. „ PRICES—Is 3d and 9d. Reserves at Bristol—ls 7d, or at theTheatre up to 7.45. 'Phone 360. MEETINGS AND EVENTS. TECHNICAL FOOTBALL CLUB. AN URGENT METETING of all intending Players in connection with the Technical) Club is culled for this EVENING, FRIDAY, at 8 p.m. Business urgent. 5 29 JAS, BARTER, Sec. A WELCOME-HOME SOCIAL to the Returned * Soldiers of the Bare Hillf District will be held in Mr Drummoira's Shed, "Gprwar," Barr Hill, on F^DAY H -t^ 16th; May, commencing at 8 o'^loefc. .Music by C. Wells, Chrtstehure'hi '": "'•-; ' . A. B()YJ>, 'I 5 31 Chairman', TENDERS. LONGBEACH ROAD BOARD. fTIENDERS are; invited not later X than Noon on SATURDAY. May 3rd, for Grubbing Gorse off the Gravel Reserve adjoining the Waterton Cemetery. _ ■■■..■■.;... For conditions apply to— A. A. FOOKS, 6 657 Clerk to the Board. npENDERS are invited for the ErecX tion of House in Wills Stretet. Plans and Specifications may be 6een at Walter Pickles and Co.'s Office, West Street. Tenders close THURSDAY, May 8 3 1919. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. 4 626 FOR SALE AND TO LET. FOR Sale—l Methven Cast Iron Portable Copper (14 gallons), equal to new, £6 15s Cash.—Apply "Guardian" Office. 5 53 FOR Sale—House, s.Rooms, all, Conveniences ; central; £625.— R. Clark: 5 54 FOR One Week only—All 1 Hats Reduced 25 per cent.—Jones and Moore, Triangle. 5 40 LOST AND POUND, LOST— Strayed : frqn^^ my : Farm, Methven: 50 Ewes!'' branded on near shoulder (5 over —) in red.—J. H. White, Methven. 5 1 BUSINESS NOTICES. FOUR Packets Quick-Set Jellies Is. 6 Packets Gold Star Custard Powder 1, 2 Packets While's Flaked Rice Is, 3 Pea Soup Sausases Is. '4: Sand Soap Is, 3 Cakes, Goblin Toilet Soap Is, 3. Old Dutch..Hand Soap Is, 3 Cakes Swan Toilet Soap Is,' 3. Tina Wyandotte Cleanser Is, and 6 Fly '■ Rolls"la: ■■" •■' ' ?l--''- ■■"'■■ •■■ ■ ■■ •■"■-■• BUXTON AND THOMAS, Triangle Stbres. TEA. GOOD Ceyion $M, U 9d' per. Ib, or 8s 6d per 51b Box ; Cofe'rabo Tea, 51bs 9s 6d and IGls;; slb, Kp^es Broken Orange Pekoe. 10s; 51b Ifoxes Taywatte Tea (the best procurable), THOMAS BROS. CYCLE Tyres and Accessories.—lt ( ia.a well-known fac^ tha,t we • have the largest, cleanest, aiiil most |up^to-date Stock; of Tvrea" arid AccesJsbries'' in Ashburton. matter what jyo,u, require ,in our line, it is procnriable; from' W. } Osman.afia 6d:,- JMjneUt^re%V, Ashbnrton:
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9599, 2 May 1919
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