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AMUSEMENTS AND FUNCTIONS. TTIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. AT 8. TO-nTghT. AT 8. ;metro presents ■.— —Adorable— VIOLA DANA VIOLA I>ANA VIOLA DDiANA yiOLA ©(ANA ■'' -r-in— ."OPPOPtTUNITY." "OPPORTUNITY." ——''OPPORTUNITY." A 5-Act Comedy of-Fun anii Romance. Something a>put "OPPORTUNITY": ; is a surprising, enjoyable sca*een. romance with that deK&btful little '''star, -Viola Dana, in a captivating role. As Mary WilTard, a tomboy proficierit at boxing, she determines to see;&-;prize fight. She succeeds, but the experience lands her in the midst of '.undreamed-of difficulties. Simplicity t and Intrigue—Suspicion and Fun—^alj;"combined. A Story;-pti-Aclventtxre, : Laughs, and Romance. .^'£f.•''.'■■ ' '' ■ ''. .' ■ -..■-. SOARIiET RUNNER, No.-8.- ---,;. ■ SOAMLiET-'RUNNER, No. 8. ■ SPECIALIST;;: •■'■■■■ ■ SPECIALIif-:;,;:. ■ , . •■■.,; . Ashburton Agricultural Show. Ashburton Agricultural Show. SPLENDID PHOTOGRAPHY. If you were at the Show, you will be .in the Pictul"©. 'SEE YOURSELVESOTHERS SKE YOU. LATEST CO-OPERATTIVB WEEKLY. TIT-BITS OF TRAVEL (Scenic). PETTICOATS. (Christie PETTICOATS.' Comedy). .. PRICES—Is 3d and 9d. . MEETINGS AND EVENTS. DUNEDIN FANCIERS' CLUB., ANNUAL SHOvFof ' Poultry,'-. Pig-, eons, Cana.ries, Dogs, CatSj aud Children's Pets, Brydone Hall, Ci-aw-ford Street, on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, June 19, 20, and 21, Entries close Friday, May 23. Send for Schedule.—E. S. WILSON, Secretary/ P.O. Box 92, iDtinedin, or Empire "Buildings, Dunedin. ..■• • 5 3&5 TINWAIJ> TENNIS CIXB. ' A EUCHRE PARTY and DANCE will be held in the TINWALD HALL on THURSDAY, MAY 22, commencing 7.30. Admisfjion'—^uchre Party I<^, Dance, Ladies Bask'etj Gents 2s. . ' ■'.;-.■•. : ' •;■ : 5 387 T: MOODTK, Secretaiy. A MEETING of all , thoge wiDing to" Assist in a W^gp.riie'hpnie to Returned Soldiers willi be heid in the Oddfellows' Hall^ Tinwakl, . on MONDAY May 19 5 at 8 p.m. T. WILLIAMS, „ \ Chairman Tinwald Towo Board. FOR SALE AND TO LET. METEVEN TOWNSHIP-PROPERTI-ES FOR'SALE. ... THE following Residential Proper- . ties in Methven TownsHip are offered -,for Sale: — l_Up.to-date 7-Roomed BUNGALbW,. . : with all Conveniences, and well- .; laid-out grounds,; + -Acre.. 2—Neat 5-Roomed BUNG'AIX)W (nearly new), with Modem Conveniences; best) lo<.-ality in Township; i-Acre. 3—5-Roomed'' DWELLING (Large Rooms), all Conveniences, with, other Sections adjoining, available for Purchase. 4—Same as No. 3. 5—5 GOOD BUILD-IN V, SFASTIONS, in Spaxton Street. Wat-<n- available "and partly .fenced! Will 1 be .sold either separately oj 1 in one block. Easy Terms can be arranged in all Cases. Further particulars can be obtained from the Owner— . , "■-.'V KENNETH AJTKEN, ...-. ' MetJivon*^ , ■'.: Ol'/ " GARRICK AND CO., 5 389 Solicitors. MoUiven. ;< ■ ! * ' FOR Sale—Gig. }-Shai'f., mi iiretclass order.—Apply "A.8.," "Guardian" Office. ■ 5 406 TO Let—s-Roomed Houso, Hot and Cold Water. 3 acres..—G. Pocock, Wills St.' 5 365 TO Let—Two' 'Furniishcc] Rooms, with Conveniences; Central.— Apply. "J. 8.", "Guardian" Office. iLOST AND FOUND. LOST —Returned Soldier's Associa- ; tion Badge, No. 70938. Finder .please return to "Guardian" Office. LOST, Thursday—Grey Overcoat and Muffler, Ashburton-Maronan.— Finder please lea.ye W. J. Sparrow. .-|". OST-r-LadyV Bicycte, taken from JL!i,, Rifiht-of-\V ray by Anist Shop. .Eindjer rewarded.-rrA. Dixon, C/o Mis« Hopfeina, Taricred Street. 5 414 PHONIA — An Weal Tonic '.'for' anaemic women and girls, make* good?; red blood. 2s a bottle.—Bonnington's Pharmacy. '

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9612, 17 May 1919

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9612, 17 May 1919

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