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"IT DOESN'T HURT TO FLIRT "IF YOU DO NOT FLIRT TO HURT.' "THE FLIRT f The Screen's Brilliant Interpretation of BOOTH f ARKINGTON'S Famous Nord. Commencing TO-MORROW (FRIDAY) AT PARAMOUNT. PARAMOUNT. It is the Story of You and the PeopU Next Door—Human and Real!. • SHE WAS A TYRANT . SHE WAS A HYPOCRITE , , (And Beautiful) (And Kissable) "THE FLIRT!" "THfE FLIRTI 1* SHE WAS A TYRANT SHE WAS A CHEAT (And Adorable) ... (And Bewitching) YET NO ONE LIFTED A HAND AGAINST HER. WHY? SEE " THE FLIRT!" SEE "THE FLIRT 1" AT PARAMOUNT ONLY. : ■ , During "THE FLIRT" Season a very Pretty .' and Daintily-arranged PROLOGUE will fed in- i troduced, with Beautiful Stage and Lighting Effects. SAME PROGRAMME ARTCRAFT. SAME PROGRAMME ARTCRAFT. Boot your Seats. Box Plans at Utility and Bristol. THE SELF-HELP CO-OP. GUARANTEED FIRST GRADE NE_W-LAID HENS' EGGS, 2/9 DOZEN. (These are not Pullets or Seconds). PRESERVED EGGS, GUARANTEED, Is lOd dozen. Aspros: 25's, Is; 100's, 3s Oatina, Is 7d Baxter's, large, 2s . Quickshine, 6d Candles, 9d; Price's 16oz, lOd Sugar o£ Milk, Is 7d Coffee: Club 2s sd; Symington's, 2s Sultanas, Golden, 9d Cuticura, Is 2d . , Sauce, Lea. and Perrin's, Is 6d Eno's Fruit Salts, 3s 4d Bacon, from 8d lb "... Flour, best, 251b 4s 9d > Sunlight, Is 6cl Glaxo, large, 5s 6d Marmite, loz, 8d; 2oz, Is 2d; 4oz> 2s Horlick's Malted Milk, large, 3s 6d , Resin, 5d Lane's Emulsion, large, 3s 7d . . Rusks, Nevrberry's, Is 2d Malt, Wilson's, large 2s lOd Granose, Is and 3s 3d Magnsia, Dinrieford's, Is 4d . Jam, "X," lib Bld Matches: Bell's, tins, 2s 9d; slides, Is'6d; Jam, "X," Golden Bee, 7d plaids. 8d dozen . Co—Waxshine: Floor, 8d; Boot,' 5 for \i I Peck's 3. and S. Paste, Is , . . OLIVE OIL, guaranteed pure (Castel and File): 4oz, 1»; Zoz, Is lid; quarts, 4«; gallons, 15s 6d; bulk, 14s.

PRINCESS THEATRE, RINCESS THEATRE, Manners street. . The Little Theatre with the Big Attractions. LAST NIGHT 1 LAST NIGHT! "THE STORM." "THE STORM." "THE STORM." "THE STORM." "THE STORM." "THE STORM." And -■' "FALSE EVIDENCE." " FALSE EVIDENCE." "FALSE EVIDENCE." COMPLETE CHANGE TO-MORROW. COMPLETE CHANGE TO-MORROW. Headed by (I)—A BRAND-NEW COPY OF . A BRAND-NE\^\ COPY OF "THE SHEIK." "THE SHEIK." "THE SHEIK." "THE SHEIK." "THE SHEIK." > "THE SHEIK." "THE SHEIK." "THE SHEIK." "THE SHEIK." "THE SHEIK." "THE SHEIK.",, "THE. SHEIK." "THE SHEIK." "THE SHEIK." "THE SHEIK." "THE SHEIK." "THE SHEIK." "THE SHEIK." "THE SHEIK." SHEIK." Featuring . RODOLPH VOLENTINO AND ' AGNES AYRES.. ' (2)— CHARLIE CHAPLIN CHARLIE CHAPLIN : , . .... CHARLIE CHAPLIN ! ■■ CHARLIE CHAPLIN In !AN ORIGINAL 2-REEL COMEDY Entitled " TRIPLE TROUBLE." "TRIPLE TROUBLE." "TRIPLE TROUBLE." "TRIPLE TROUBLE." "TRIPLE TROUBLE." (3H BEN TURPIN BEN TURPIN BEN TURPIN BEN TURPIN ' In a Paramount Comedy Special, " NO MOTHER TO GUIDE HIM." "NO MOTHER TO GUIDE HIM." "NO MOTHER TO GUIDE HIM." TOPICAL' SCENIC. CLUB ROOM, PITT STREET, WADESTOWN. CONVERSAZIONE, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. THIS THURSDAY EVENING, 7.30. Excellent Programme. MADAME MONKMAN DEMPSTER AND FRIENDS. Cakes, Sweet Stalls. Admission, Is. GROCERIES AT WHOLESALE PRICES. DO not glance hurriedly over our Price List, but study every line. Compare with what you are paying now! Cooking Almonds, Is sd; Evaporated Apricots, Is sd; Figs, 8d; Golden Sultanas, 8d; Currants, 9d; New Season's Seeded Raisins, 8d; Dates, sd; Baking Powder, Edmond's Is 4d, Garland's I Is; Mixed and Plain Bird Seed, 6d; Parrot Food, 8d; Black Silk Liquid, Is; Black Lead and Blue (best), per doz. lOd (note price); Clothes Pegs, 6 doz. lid; Bovril, Is; Candles, local 9d, Price's English 10d; Cocoa, Bournville lid, Is lOd, and 3s 4d per lb, Loose Cocoa Is 4d, Lowney's 6d, Fry's Cocoa, 4d; Johnson's Prepared Wax, large Is 4d; Radium Floor Polish, 7d; , Boot Polish, 4 tins Is; Custard Powder, Foster Clark'is Is 6d (note price); Glaxo, small 2s 3d, large 5s 6d; Horlick's Malted Milk, 2s 2d and 3s 6d (why pay more?); Granose, small Is, large 3s 3d; Icing and Castor Sugar, 6d; X Jams, B£d (look for X on tin), 61b 3s lid; Lime Water, quarts 6d; Magnesia-, Woodward's, 10id; Seidlit'l Powders, Morton's, Is 4d; Epsom Salts, per box, 112 packets, 2s lid; Matches, Bell's Plaids Bd, Double Plaida Is 4d, Slides Is 6d; Safeties, , English, best, sid (?); Meat Pastes, Jars 6d, Gear Meat Pastes 6d; Methylated Spirits, quarts Is 3d; Green Peas, 41b Is; Split Peas and Lentils, 4d (why pay more?); Californian Fruits in Syrup, Apricots, Peaches, and Pears Is 4d (note price); Pineapples, 7£d; Prunes, just in, 7£d: Rice, best, 41b Is; Sago, best quality, 31b* Is; Rusks, Newbury's, Is 2d; Kruskits, Is 2d (?); Sandsoap, 5 cakes for Is; Taniwha Soap, 'Is sd; Sensation, Is 4d; Household Almond Scented, large bar, ,10d; Velvet, B|d; Sensation Is 4d; Sunlight, la 6d; Lifebuoy, 5 for Is lid; . St. Mungo, small 7 for Is, large Is 7d; Vaseline, Blue Seal, . genuine, 6d; Clover Honey, lOd; Red Herrings, 5 for Is; Crass Fish Sardines, 9d (cheapest in town); Sardines, Norwegian, 3 tins 10£ d (great value); Cornflour, 6Jd- Tomatoes, 21b tins lOd (cheap); Keillor's Marmalade, in jars, Is 6d . (note price); Tomato Sauce, square riggers, Is 6d; Worcester, Is 4d. TEA—Even though the market has advanced lOd per lb, we are still able to offer our Special Ceylon Tea at 2s 2d lb. Lay in quantity now BUTTER.—We now have stocks of good Bulk Butter at Is 4d lb. We will deliver the following without extra charge when ordered with a reasonable amount of othor {roods: Flour. 25!b super quality, 5b 6d, 501b 10s. 6d; Sugar, IA, 701b. 20s; Kerosene, per case, 14s; Motor Spirit, Shell, 21s; Potatoes, per 251b, 2s 6d. EGGS.—This week we hope Jo make a startling reduction in the price of eggs. For price see window. EDWIN C. RUSSELL. 120, VIVIAN STREET, Sprouts Skating Rink,

STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! ri&N YOU DO BETTER THAN THIS? Guaranteed new-la.id Hens' Eggs, 2s 6d doz. ' Finest Bulk Butter (for table), lo 5d 1b 251b Flour, 4s lid Kerosene, 14s per case Candles, 9d packet i St. Mungo (large), Is 7d Sand Soap, 5 for Is Radium Floor, 7d Radium Boot, 4 for Is Sunlight Soap, Is 6d packet "Easy Monday," 9d Newbury's Rusks, Is 2d Singapore Pine Cubes, 7id tin B. and P. Cornflour (large), lid Clothes Pegs, 6 doz. for lid Salt, 101b for Is Slide Matches, Is 6d doz. Our Famous 8.0.P. Tea, still- 2s 2d lb (Try this tea, and you will use no other.) Wu deliver at thede prices. If seeking satisfaction come to THE JENNINGS CASH GROCERY, THE JENNINGS CASH, GROCERY, • IS, Riddiford street (At John Street Train Stop). IN THE- MATTER of the Companies ■ Act, 1908; and IN THE MATTER of THE NATIONAL ' CHEMICAL COMPANY, LTD. NOTICE is hereby given that a Petition for the winding up of the above-named Company by the Supreme Court was on the Bth day of May, 1923, presented to the Right Honourable Sir Robert Stout, P.C., K.C.M.G., Chief Justice of New Zealand, by Ernest Harry Edwards, of Wellington, decorator; Colin Webster, of Wellington, carrier; Albert Gore M'Dougall, of Wellington, painter; Julia Edwards, of Wellington, wife of the aforesaid Ernest Harry Edwards; John Lindup, of Wellington, carpenter; Ernest H. Bosher, of Wellington, secretary; Angus Neville Poison,. of. Wellington, agent; and Isabell Poison (formerly : Russell), of Wellington, married woman; coutributories of the said company. AND the said Petition is directed to be heard at the Supreme Court, Wellington, before a Judge of the said Court on the 25th day of May, 1923, at 10.30 o'clock in the forenoon; and any creditor or contributory of the said company . desirous of opposing the making of an order for the winding up of the said. Company under the above Act should appear at the time of hearing by himself or his counsel for that purpose A copy of the Petition will be furnished to any creditor or contributory of the said company requiring the same by the undersigned, on payment of the regulated charge for the same. MORISON, VSMITH, AND MORISON, , Solicitors for the Petitioners, 9, Woodward street, Wellington. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. ■XTOTICE is hereby given that from 30th • ' April, 1923, the Partnership heretofore existing between W. J. PROUSE, A.N.Z.1.A., and W. H. GUMMER, A.R.1.8.A., practising under the name of PROUSE AND GUMMER, Registered Architects, 111, Customhouse quay, Wellington, and; at 723, N.Z. Insurance Buildings, Auckland, will, regarding; future commissions, be dissolved. All work at present under commission by the firm will be completed in the firm's | name and by the firm, at both the Wellington and Auckland addresses given above. After 30th April, J023, W. J. Prouse will practise his profession at 111, Customhouse quay, Wellington, and W. H. Gummer, at 723, N.Z. Insurance Buildings, Auckland. HARRY BAKER. T ADIES, if you want a Costume that -*~* w iH give satisfaction in every detail, call at 70, Manners-et (upstairs). Entrance, Studio Stairway. ""^"^UNERAITTroTICET^" 11™™ THE Funeral of the late Julia Duggan will leave St. Anne's Church, Greenst., Newtown, at 9.30 a.m. on Saturday, 19th May, for the Cemetery, Karori. Requiem Mass at 9 a.m. HICKMOTT AND SONS, - Undertaken, Thorndon quay. FUNERAL CARD. fTIHE Funeral of the late Jeremiah Hur- -*• ley will leave St. Joseph's Church, Buckle street, To-morrow (Friday), ,at 9.30 a.m., for the Cemetery, Karori. .' Requiem Mass will be celebrated at 9 a.m. E. MORRIS, Jun., Funeral, Director, 60, Taranaki-st., and 28, Riddiford-st. Telephone 22-159 (day and night). ' 'TI'HE Friends of the late Mr. .Adam -*- ! Pearson Hope are respectfully invited to attend his Funeral, which will leave his late ■ residence, Richmond street,- Petone, To-morrow, Friday, 18th May, 1923, at 2' p.m., for the Taita Cemetery. , R. H. PARRANT AND CO., Undertakers, 46 Fitzherbert-st., Potone. Telephone 3426 (1 long, 1 short ring) day or night. FUNERAL NOTICE. THE Funeral of Vivian Higgins will leave Wilson's Mortuary 270 a, Willis street, Tp-morrow, 'Friday, at 10 a.m., for the Karori Cemetery. A. M. WILSON AND CO., 268, Willis streetTelephone 21.34.9f

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6, Evening Post, Volume CV, Issue 116, 17 May 1923

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