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AMUSEMENTS. j CARUSO 13 HERE. CAKUSO IS HERE. ! CARUSO IS HERE. HAVE YOU SEEN HIM? At THE CRYSTAL PALACE. Two Sessions Daily, at 3.15 and 7.15 p.m. Tho Great ENRICO CARUSO PJays tho Leading Part cs Princo Waldo in THE PAR •« MOUNT-ARTCRAFT SUPER-FEATURE, "THE SPLENDID ROMANCE" "THE SPLENDID ROMANCE" HAVE YOU HEARD HIM? EVERY EVENING HE SJNGS Tosti's "Good-bye" (Addios), By means of i 'Master's Voico" Singing Machine, from The Bristol Piano Co. "OUT OF THE NIHHT," "OUT OF THE NIGHT," Featuring Beautiful CATHERINE CALVERT. With HERBERT RAWLINSON, and also Frederick Esmelton, who will bs remembered oy playgoers for his fine acting a* the Julto in at tho Theatre Royal some time a-go. Final Episode of tho Absorbing Serial, "THE GREY SEAL," Will also be screened at 2.15 and 7.15 p.m. sharp. AN AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA, Under the Baton cf ROBPRT T. KIRK, Is a Special Feature of Each Evening's Entertainment. TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENTBOOK EARLY AT THE BRISTOL, Or 'Phone 3758. Day Price©: lOd and Is Id; Children Halfprice. Evening Session de Luxa: Stalls, Is Id; Dress Circle, 2s Id, 2s 7d. THE CRYSTAL PALACE, ' The QUALITY Theatre. 3572 There never was a Finer Australian Production Than Raymond Longford' 3 PICTURISATION in 7 Reels—7 Of Steele Rudd's Inimitable Story of tho Alluring Bushland, "ON OUR SELECTION," "ON OUR SELECTION," "ON OUR SELECTION," , Which is to be shown for » SIX NIGHTS AND SIX MATINEES Commencing SATURDAY SATURDAY At rTHE LIBERTY. "ON OUK SELECTION" "ON OUR SELECTION" "ON'OUR SELECTION" . ' Will delight all those who for Clean, Human, Wholesome, Honest Entertainment, 75 per cent, laughs, 25 per cent, tears, and" 100 per cent, entertaining. THIS IS ABSOLUTELY THE FIRST TIME THAT "ON OUR SELECTION." "ON OUR SELECTION." Has been shown on the Screen, and must not bo confuted with "The Hayseeds," or "The Waybacks," or any other Australian production. PRICES. Is Id, 2s Id, and 2b 7d. Children Hnlf-prico to the Matinees. N.Z. Representative , . Leo. D. Chateau. ■ 3C34 PUBLIC NOTICE. CRECHE AND KINDERGARTEN I ASSOCIATION. DAFFODIL DAY. VICTORIA SQUARE, FRIDAY, 17th. COME AND BUY COOKED Food Stall, Oakee, Book Stall, Variety and Competition Stalls, Flower StallaHELP YOUR OWN CHILDREN. Come and Buy . Scud Flowers and Produce. L. V. TABART, Hon. Secretary. Telephone 623. 904F TO THE RESIDENTS OF NORTH CANTERBURY. TIT'E beg to advise that we have opened a ' »V Branch of our Business as LA >"(D AGENTS nt KAIAPOI, under the Management of Hit A. T. BLACKWELL (late Sergt., Chalmers Ward, Christchurch Hospital). P. LYNSKEY and CO., 104 Armagh street, Christchurch, Christchurch 'Phone, 5324. Christchurch, P. 0., Box GC4. 3590F ♦. IN THE ESTATE of MICHAEL HANNA, j late of Leithfield, Farmer, Deceased. IT IS REQUESTED that all the Accounts against tho above Estate BE FORWARDED FORTHWITH in duplicate to the undersigned, certified ae duo and owing on the 19th day of August, 1920. j HELMORE and VAN ASCH, I Solicitors, j 3629 Rangiora. I TO MERCHANTS AND MANUFACTURERS. AGENCIES WANTED—Established Firm is prepared to handle Wellington Dis--1 trict Agency for any lino of Locally-grown or Manufactured Goods, or Impo.tod Products. Lines would be pushed energetically. Can guarantee results if high-class, genuine goods, and prices right. State terms, etc., to "PROVINCE," Care Charles Haines Adve tising Agency, The Dalgety Building, Wellington. 3508 PUBLIC NOTICE. OWING to Misunderstandings having ' arisen I wish to inform the public that ! the Business founded by my ™ th °l'j£°}?}? GEORGE ANDREWS, PORK BUTCHER, CHRISTCHURCH, is now being carried on 7 p e ' JOHN H. ANDREWS^ LECTURES. ~" "TAT.E.3 OF THE AIR." Y.M.C.A. FIRESIDE SERIES. TO-NIGHT, 7.30 p-ra. CAPTAIN EUAN DICKSON, D.S.C-, D.F.C., will g:-e> a descriptive talk to members and others interested on 1 of Aeroploning ia France.' ! 3601

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Press, Volume LVI, Issue 16941, 16 September 1920

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Press, Volume LVI, Issue 16941, 16 September 1920

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