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AMUSEMENTS AND FUNCTIONS. TTIS MAJESTY'S FHEATREj-TO-NIGHT! / ' TO-NIGHT! / ! TO-NIGHT/ The Greatest and most Luxurious Programme ever presented to Picture Patrons in Ashburton. - There is not merely One Stai Item, but TWO. And each one alone would be an event in any theatie. THE OUTSTANDING If EM C HA.RLI E~ 1S C HAPLIN CHAHLIE C.H/1\ P L 1 N CHARLIE CHAPLIN CHARLIE 'CHAPLI N CHARLIE CHAPLIN , CHARLIE / CHAPLIN / , ■ —in— "A 'DOG'S LI F E." "A DOG'S L 1 F E." ,"A DOG'S L 1 V E." 'TftOG'S LI F E." This is the"'first of the First National Million-dollars Chaplin Super-Comedies. The Best,/ the Funniest, the Most Novel, and absolutely the Greatest he has ever done. I • MISS YOUR TRAIN, : MISS YOUR WEDDING, MISS YOUR FUNERAL', If need be, but DON'T MISS "A DOG'S LIFE." i TO-NIGHT! THE SECOND ISX" — MADGE EVANS MADGE EVANS MAIDGE EVANS iii "WAN-TED': A MOTHER." "WANTED: A MOTHER." Prices—2/1 and 1 1/1. \ Children (Downstairs) 6d. Reserves at Bristol, or this Theatre, 'Phone 360. No Extra Charge. mHEATRE ROYAL. Manager -- - Duncan Neven. ' A UNIQUE MUSICAL ATTRACTION. What everyone I:as been waiting for. NEXT THURSDAY NIGHT. Only One Concert Here. THE-. CELEBRATED FRENCH SOPRANO, ANTONIA DOLORES ANTONIA DOLORES Fresh from her sensational triumphs in all centres. In a Programme of Popular and Classical Musical Gems, the like of which has never been given here before. "A Voice of Unsurpassable Purity and . ' 'Quality." At the Piano—Mß HAROLD SMITH. PRICES—Gs (Reserved), 4s, and 2s (Plus Tax). Book -Your Seats now at. Bristol Piano Company. Country residents may book by post. Day Sale Tickets on sale at the Bristol Piano Co. 5 145 MEETINGS AND EVENTS. A DANCE wiß be beJd in the ORANGE HALL on TRURS- | BAY, May 8, at 8 p.m. sharp. Refreshments provided. Gents 2s 6d; Ladies Is. 5 104 METHVEN CALEDONIAN SOCIETY. THE ANNUAL MEETING of the •above Society will 1 be held in the A. and P. HALL on SATURDAY NEXT, 10th inst., at 8 p.m. All members and intending members are requested to attend. 5 172 FOR SALE AND TO LET. FOR Sale^—J-Plate Magazine Camera, fitted with Aldis Uno Focussing Lens; nearly new.—Chas. Jennings, Burnett Street. 5 176 FOR Sale—Green, Sauce and Table' Tomatoes, 'Quinces, Pears, Apples, etc, Pickling and Table Cabbages.—Thomas Bros. 5 180 FOR Sale—-5-Roonied House, all 1 Conveniences, Electric Light; Easy Terms.—-Apply G. Pocock, Wills Street. LOST AND FOUND. ' LOST, on Saturday—Waitaki Girls' High School Badge. Reward on returning to Office, o 17a LOST, on Saturday, between Winchmore and Hinds, on Main Eoad —A Brief Bag, containing apples. Finder please leave at "Guardian" Office; . . 5 IG3 CYCLE Tyros 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-- v/hat you require in our line, it is . procurable from W. Osnian and Co., Burnett Street. Ashburton. PRAM TYRES.—We made a speciality ot this line, and fit only the Superior British North Pole Tyreing, which wil? last twice as long a« any other make. A set fitted in a few minutes fit Osman's, Zeakndia Cycle Workis Burnett Street. ' |7H)R rough roads have CLINCHER JL TYRES fited to your cycle t They give more miles than most tyroi, nixi ensure s freedom from tyr^ trouble. and ftre gunrnntned sis, nine jviAv*.. arid fifteen - months "■

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9603, 7 May 1919

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