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AMUSEMENTS AMD FUNCTIONS. SHOULD A GIRL TELL HER HUSBAND EVERYTHING? TONIGHT. AT~B. TO-NIGHT. TTIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. ALICE JOYCE ALICE JOYCE ALICE JOYCE ■ •'• •'- -.' ■ • -—inr—■ . •■■■". "THE TRIUMPH OF THE WEAK." "THE. TRIUMPH OF THE WEAK.'.! "THE TRIUMPH OF THE WEAK." Should a girl tell her husband everything. This Girl was Silent,, because her Story was a Terrible One. But he discovered her secret, and did not understand. ■. 'Every footstep I hear on these stairs makes me think they have found me. Mother Love Fights for All, and Wins. A Story full"of Pathos and Emotion. Branded, penniless and hungry she stole her own child. The Fight for Her Husband's Honour. Every Situation Tense with Dramatic Feeling. CO-OP,ERATIVE WEEKLY (Topical). NEARLY A PAPA (Comedy). THROUGH THE NATION'S PARKS. (Scenic). Also, the Serial Supreme. s SCARLET RUNNER No. 7. SCARLET RUNNER No. 7. ' PRICES—Is 3d and 9d. Reserves By 'Phone 3Go—ls 7d. TTIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY NEXT. TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY NEXT. MAY 13 and 14. MAY 13 and 14. Special Engagement of— - —THE TWO GILBERTS. — —THE TWO GILBERTS. — ——THE TWO GILBERTS.— LONDON MUSIC HALL » COMEDY SKETCH ARTISTS. NINE FEET OF COMEDY NINE FEET OF COMEIEKY and FIVE FEET OF VIVACITY. FIVE FEET OF VIVACITY. The Dwarf Comedian and the Woman Who Can't Talk! , ' . The Brightest Turn" that-has- toured; ■ : for yearsi "' ; ■'■■ ■ ' .-'■■> ''' RIGHT OFF THE , FULLER CIRCUIT. 'PRICES Id and Is Id.. •■ff-R-eiserves at Bristol (no extra charge) or at Theatre up to 7.45, 'Phone 360. < mni .-,-■■' - i ,_ |J —-^-—.,. • -. i ;•, ..«!■■ i~MEETINGS AND EVENTS. ' Bth' (S.C.) MOUNTED" lIIFLE. BAND. (By Permi&sion of Officer Commanding,) BAND DAY. , BAXD DAY. SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1919. Aftei-nbon 3 p.m., and Evening 7 p.m.IN Aid of Fund to Purchase New Instruments. Don't miss the Trombone hits, • including "Sally Trombone," "Sliding Jim," "Ragtime Bass Players," direct from France. Also, the Darktowa Band, under the baton of Professor Waldorf. The Officers and Bandsmen earnestly appeal for generous support of the: Public. 5 261----Bth (S.C.) MOUNTED REGIMENTAL BAND. By' Permissio - of the O.C. A DANCE will bo held in the ORANGE HALL on THURSDAY EVENING NEXT, May 15. Grand March at 8 p.m. Tickets obtainable from Bandsmen and Secretary. . Tickets—Gents 3s, Ladies by Invitation. ; S. N. FENTON, Sergt., 5 241 Hon. Sec. "Press" Office. , A FAREWELL SOCIAL to MR b" J\ S. GILMOUR will be held in Mr P. Small's Granary, Wheat-stone, on FRIDAY, j Dancing, 8 p.m. Refreshments provided. : '' : Non-Subscribers 3s 6d. 5 99 ' MOUNT SOMERS PEACE CELEBRATIONS. A PUBLIC Meeting will. be,.heW in tibe Mt. Somera Library on -MONDAY NEXT/ MAY 12, to;-.Sfecus>' the? advisability of holding Local , Peace Celebrations. Ladies especially invited; ■ At: •• 8 p.m. 5 217 LONGBEACH PEACE -CELEBRATIONS._ ~, . ... ' A , MEETING will be held on TUESDAY May 13, in the FLEMr INGTON SCHOOL. All Ladie« : interested invited to attend. . LOOK HERE! FLETCHER BROS, aro Selling '13 Cakes Bon Ami for Is, 3 Tins Zebra Paste for lie, 12 Cakes Zebra I Black Lead for Is, 12 Bags Reckett's Bine for Iβ 3d, 4 Large Cakes Best Sand:: Soap for Is, Large Tins Swift Taa. Boot Polish for Sd, 2 Pounds : Browtt.Maize Cornflour for Is.". At—FLETCHER BROS.' CASH SUPPLY STORES. BIDERS of Harlev iD'avidson',.. and ■'..j Indian 'Motor -Cycles can now procure Clincher in 281 m k 8. Sold by the; trade only.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9606, 10 May 1919

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9606, 10 May 1919

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