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Has presented many Notable Screen Successes, but

"TEMPERED 1 STEEL" "TEMPERED STEEL" "TEMPERED' STEEL" Is undoubtedly her greatest triumph. A Superb Stage Story in Six Acts. A Wonderfully Intense Dramatic Story. A strong-willed woman chooses the Stage, and Makes her way at the risk of reputation. ' ' The glamour of the Footlights blinds her to filial duty. The Action, Interest, and Heart I Punch of, —"TEMPERED STEEL"are unparalleled by any previous • PETROVA Picture. MADAME PETROVA reaches heights of Dramatic Artistry never before attained. CO-OPERATIVE WEEKLY. . \ (Topical). *-*? ANIMAL TRAITS (Nature Study).'* A SEASIDE TANGLE (Comedy). Venal Prices—l/ 3 and 9d. RESERVES.— Seaty can be reserved up to 7.45 at Theatre. 'Phone 360, TO IS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. MONDAY AND TUESDAY, . MONDAY AND TUESDAY, MAY 5 AND 6. MAY 5 AND 6. MATINEE, TUESDAY, at 2.30. SPECIAL! SPECIAL! SPECIAL! One of the World's Greatest and Most Momentous Sights Brought Before You! "THE SURRENDER OF THE "THE SURRENDER OF THE GERMAN FLEET." GERMAN FLEET." ADMIRAL BEATTY taking over the German High Seas Fleet and Submarines.' ALSO— THE ARMISTICE CELEBRATIONS. THE ARMISTICE CELEBRATIONS. Unprecedented and Unparalleled %; Scene*, in—LONDON, r „: GLASGOW, PARIS, and IRELAND. It is everyone's duty, to see these Historical Events! . PRICES—I s 3d and 9c].' Reserves,ls 7d, at Bristol, or 'Phone Theatre 360.; ■"'• PfiS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, MAY 7 AND 8. \ , MAY. 7 AND 8. '

The Greatest and most Luxurious Programme ever presented to Picture " ." . Patrons in Aehburtonv There is hot merely 'One ?Star litem, but. THREE. And, each, one alone would be an event in any theatre. ' THE OUTSTANDING ITEM —is—•

CHARLIE CJH A PL I N : C HA R LIE 0 H A P L I N C H"-_ R LIE C HAP-L IN CHARLIE CHAPLIN C H All LIE C H A P L I N C H A R LIE, G H A PL IN ■ .'.-'■■ -—in— "A 'D O G'S LI F E." "A DOG'S LIFE." \ ! "A DOG'S LI F E." '"A DOG'S LI F E." This is the first of the First NationaL Million-dollar Chaplin Super-Comedies. The Best, the Funniest, the Most Novel, and absolutely the Greatest he has ever done. MISS YOUR TRAIN, y MISS YOUR WEDDING, MISS YOUR FUNERAL, „ If need be, but "'"■■.' DON'T MISS -"A DOG'S LIFE." PRICES—2/2 and 1/1. Reserves at Bristol. No Extra Charge. 5 74 \ANTONIA DOLORES. One and Only Concert here wilt be given in the THEATRE ROYAL. on— THURSDAY NIGHT NEXT. "The world's greatest concert artist." "Now in tho zenith of her wonderful' career." Mademoiselle ANTONIA DOLORES ANTONIA DOLORES Who will present here tho most appealing Musical Programme ever rendered, in this town. Au revoir visit prior to her return to Europe. At the Piano—Mß HAROLD SMITH. The "New Zealand Herald," Auckland, printed:—"Her hold upon the musical public remains as complete as of yore. It says much for Mdlle. Dolores vocal powers that the passage of time has touched so lightly the engaging lustre of her glorious voice. Tliere is the same depth of feeling, the refinement of tone, and sincerity of purpose in all she sings." Classical and Popular Items Sublimely blended. Country patrons may reserve by I post. j PRICES—6s (Reserved), 4s, and 2s [(Plus Tax).. !■'; Book Seats now at tho Bristol' Piano j Co:, where Unreserved Tickets are also •availabte';-'" '•.-'''•' j Manager, Duncan Neven'. 5 8

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9600, 3 May 1919

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9600, 3 May 1919