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AMUSEMENTS. kIBK KT Y TKKA TR E. THE DOMINION'S LARGEST AND FINEST PICTURS 'i'iiKATKK. THF HO I* HE Or r.l«; A"."!"'ACTIONS. rPKOGEAHMK OJT VARIETY AND QUALITY. 5 how a on Saturday Ni;kt to a- Crowded Hor.it> ot" Delighted Patror.s. To-day, 2.13. To-r.i-ht, 7.10. Tjic Feature Film. "THE I.F.SSOX," "TilE LESSON," "THE LESSON," Which. has for the Leading Parts Dainty, Dclk-htful, Delicious COXST AX C E T AI.IIAIX ■E, CONSTANCE TALMAIX";E, CONSTANCE TALMAUG E, A-d tho Alwav? lVpuliiv Favourite, tom moo in-:. TOM MOORE. TOM MOOKE. Two Artists who both possess r£>l PERSONAL CHARM I MAIjN-HSM. "THE LESSON," . [s a bright play, with brr::ht people in it, and h:\s just that toucn oi sentiment {'mt i* so n*v;c;uir!^. DON'T MISS Tins. THE BEST '•.SELECT' YET. Now read u'ort tho vest of tho show. The Litest Pathe Gazette and Topical Jfc- With of tho 11.M.5. Renown \ TOUR OF V.'ESTLANP. A rotation. o tV> l-mii ios o f o:ir own Home.and. WASWANIPAI Chester Secr.ic). Another beauty of another land. THE T THIRTY ORCHESTRA, THE LIBERTY. ORCHESTRA, "Which will rlay "Tho ro?t nr.d S ■\ Cultured and Gitted Sin err. at Tlio Bristol till 5 p.m., ward, at the Theatre. Phono 2366. CRYSTAL PALAQE. V Continuous from 12.0 Noon. Coinmoucing TO-DAY. ,^ T T BERTLYTELL Tho BELT t'vtFLL BERT LYTELL Mctcono BERT LVTLLL BERT LYTELL Metro BERT IA TLLL BERT LYTELL Star. BERi. LiILLL In "FAITH." "FAITJL" "FAITH" "FAITH." "FAITH." "TAITH." "FAITH." A Metro Comedy-Drama, of Exceptional Brilliancc. Supplemented by . A Supporting Programme of Unusual Int-crcst. SPECIAL. Welcome Reappearance of FARQUHAR YOUNG, FARQUHAR YOUNG, FARQUHAR YOUNG, FARQUHAR YOUNG, Tho Popular Entertainer, Songs, Monologues, and Itecitaticms, Assisted by MRS FARCTCTHAR YOUNG At the Piano. . Prices as Usual. Booking at The Bnsto . DANCING, PHYS. CULT. MR W. S. WAUCHOP (just returned from Australia, where ho practised witU Lcadintr English, Continental, and American Art-etsf il now teaching THE STANDARD FOX TROT One i Step, Jazz Roll Tango, "Waltz etc. Russian Ballot and Classical Dancin" Classes or Private Lessons. StudioCnr. Worcester and MaccWer 'Phone 4107. W8750-818, MODERN BALLROOM DANCING. MR AND MRS C. A. RENDLE are pre pared to take a limited nutnber of LADY and GENTLEMAN PUPILS in BALLROOM DANCING, preparatory t the Ball in honour of H.BJI. Prince o Wales on "WEDNESDAY EVENING, commencing 21s?t inst., over Webley, Sons and Goftoa's, High street; Chrwtoliurch. These classes mil discontinue after th< Ball. mry 'Phone 166. Box 398. IDUI MEETINGS. CHRISTCHURCH RETURNED SOLDIERS ASSOCIATION (Incorporated). The annual general meeting o the above Association will be held U the ART GALLERY on THURSDAY. NEXT, Aj.-RIL 22nd, at 8 pan All Ballot Papers must be returned befor the opening of the meeting. "W. E. LEADLEY, 86603? Secretary. PARISH OF MERIVALE. ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING o J- Parishioners will be held in the School room THIS (MONDAY) EVENING, at ; p.m. 10091 BOROUGH COUNCILS. WOOLSTON BOROUGH COUNCIL. In tho matter of tho Municipal Corporation* Act. 1908. IT is hereby Publicly Notified that the fol lowing Resolution was adopted at £ Special Meeting of the Woolston Borougl Council held in the Borough - Council Office eituate Ferry road, "Woolston, at 7.50 p.m. oi Monday, the 22nd day of March, 1920:— That whereas Section 4 of By-law No. 1 1912, of the Borough of "Woolston, provide* that no dwelling-house shall bo erected or any parcel of land that has a frontage oi less than 33 feet to some public or private street, or an area of less than J of an acre and whereas CHARLES EDWARD ERNES! "WHITE, being the owner of Lot 8 of Part o! Rural Section 34, situate in Ferry road "Wooleton, the said land having an area ol 4a lr 13p with a frontage to the said etreel of less than 33 feet, is desirous of erecting a dwelling-house on tho said parcel of land and as the full compliance with the said Section 4 would create pre at hardship, now therefore the Wooleton Borough Council, bj Special Order, hereby resolves that, undci tho authority of Section 10 of the said Bylaw No. 1, 1912, to dispenso with such full compliance and permit tho "said Charles Edward Ernest White to build one dwellinghoufe and no more upon the said land, provided tho erection of any dwelling-houst under tho authority of the Special Order shall be subject to the By-laws of tho Wooleton Borough Council. And it is hereby further publicly notified that the foregoing Resolution will be fummitted to an Ordinary Meeting of the Wooleton Borough Council, to be held in the Woolston Borough Council Office, eituate Ferry road, Woolston, on MONDAY, i9th day of April, 1920, for confirmation as a Special Order. W. V. SIDDALL, Town Clerk. Woolston, 22nd March, 1920. 673! LOST AND FOUND. T OST, Black GELDING, two white hind »" J feet, from Mandenile road. Reward Lodge's Stables, West belt, Addington. 10CK LOST, Squirrel NECKLET, on Saturday aiternoon, between Fitzgerald avenue anc Clock Tower, via Cashel street. Reward or returning to Walter Harvie, 123 Manchestei street. 931 LOST, at Oxford, a Yellow Kelpio BITCH Howard on information, to C. Deal Okuku. 90-. LOST or Strayed from "The Guma," Ta Tapu, a Big Black SHEEP hL/U, lon:j hair. Answers namo L»ark. li found please return to S. T. Askin, "The Guau," Ta: 'i'apu. S-iac REWARD—LOST, Wednesday evening probably at Theatre, Diamond ant I'eurl S :<lr BROOCH. iteturn to No. 1. Webb street, St. Albans. Telephone 1212. : OSi QTBAYED from St. Martina, Black Yearling COLT. Kindly communicate witl 259 Gloucester street, or 'Phono 4100. 93! OTRAYED, to 357 Marshland road, One Ewe SHEEP, piece out of right ear, and red brand on rump. Ii not claimed and cxpci.sei paid within Seven. Days will be eoid. 9ii "OTOULD Lady who found Child's COAT, * * Governor'a Bay, Eaater Monday, ple&M correspond with A.8., 101 Junction road > JSaJswell. Seward. 934

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Press, Volume LVI, Issue 16812, 19 April 1920

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