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AMUSEMENTS ! fJ«HEATRE TONIGHT "WHY MEN LEAVE HOME" ■'i "WHY MEN LEAVE HOME" A Sparkling Comedy. JBvery Girl in Love — '{Every Man in Love — {Every Wife — 'pvery Husband — {Every Sweetheart, single or married — Should learn the secret from this amazing picture. iShe divorced him ; he married the other girl. But the other, girl could »ot hold him! The wife got her hubby back and she spoiled him all over again!' No Laughing Ma-iteT'' — But a Picture Full.pf. Laugh?J. rpOMOKEOW ?: " << WE STE RN. , WALLQP'' Jack Hoxie' : Baby Peggy in "Poor Kid" . Baby Peggy in : u Poor' Kid" " ICJPEGIAL MATINEE ' : — JUNE 3 "ZAZA" With Glorious Gloria Swanson. {Have You Bought YoUr 3d. Ticket for Tom Mix's Competition? Invitation-Holders are Reminded of i ■ {TOMORROW GARDNER'S HALL t LONG NIGHT Balloon Dance. Prize. 1801 ptT W. C. A. CONCERT fAND * FOLK DANCING TUESDAY, JUNE 2 : AT 8 P.M. : IN Y.M.C.A. HALL programme: J)uet, Selections from Henry' VIII Mrs. Wolley and Miss Downs Bong, "To a Miniature" Miss.Mary McLeod Gavotte Misses Bawden & Graham ißecitation "Lost" Miss Flora McKay jSong, "The Floral Dance" Mr. Chas. Burnett jCountry Dances, Sword Set and Morris Jigs. Miss Hilda Taylor & 16. Dancers Bong, "May Day at Islington" Miss Doris Chalkley Interval Puet, Selections from Nell Gwynne Mrs. Woolley and Miss Downs Js®ng, '' Powder and Patches'' Mrs. Chas. Burnett Sketch, "Dick's Sister" (by request) Mr. & Mrs. Burnett i ADMISSION 1/-. •' Programmes and Sweets on Sale. m •: • ' ■ MAUNGATAPERE HALL {THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1925 J)RAMATIC JgNTERTAINMENT 3-Act Comedy: "THE MOLLUSC" "THE MOLLUSC" Played by the Whangarei Women's Club. Funds in aid of Local Church. SUPPER AND DANCE TO FOLLOW Admission: 2/6; Children Half-price. Bus will leave P.O. at 7.15 p.m., if sufficient inducement 810 • <«£JHARLE Y'S '' '! " CHARLEY'S AUNT'' i "CHARLEY'S AUNT" : " CHARLEY'S AUNT'» :■ "CHARLEY'S AUNT" ; (Funny Enough to Mako ' a Cat Laugh) • BOX PLAN OPENS 9 A.M. TOMORROW (TUESDAY ) ; AT BLANSHARD'S Booking Free. i j PRICES: 4/, 3/, 2/ (inc. tax) - Children Under 14, Half-price. t?9l I FOOTBALL j . RUGBY UNION | jgEVEN-A-SIDE rpoURNAMENT j KENSINGTON PARK j WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1925 43 TEAMS 43 1 First Match at 9.45 a.m. • GAMES ALL DAY" Continuous Football Sterling Contests Luncheon and Afternoon Tea Available 1 on Ground at Y.W.C.A. Booth Whangarei Municipal Silver Banil' in r> Attendance. Admission to Ground: Adults 1/; Children Gd. ■ .. \ I GRAND DANCE ! IN EVENING GARDNER'S „HA"pL . W. D.: J. CONAGHAN, ! ff " j 789 Secretary W.B.U. V • NOTICE.- -I" ... ' Wish to notify the Public of j Whangarei and Surrounding. Dia-. tricts that the PRISE OF MEAT HaS;|BEEN REDUCED ONE PENNY PER rPOUND, as from February 24. THE NORTHERN MEAT SUPPLY (Henshaw & Jones) • < ■CAMERON ST. PHONE $86

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1, Northern Advocate, 1 June 1925

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