PREDICTIONS THAT COME
The Management wishes to inform the residents of this town and neigh bourhood that Professor Clement Wragge, the World's famous and wellknown Scientist is now on his final tour of the Dominion.
Tbe Professor will visit Akaroa on Wednesday, October 20tb, when he will give a Grand Scientific Entertainment dealing with the Mighty. Universe, coming seasons and Kadium. The Professor will particularly deal with tbe Seasons, his predictions in this connection have been most successful. Tbe Professor forcast the Seasons from 1901 to 1980, and up to 1915 bis predictions have been ful- ■ filled. I
He will clearly and fully explain the methods by which he arrives at bia famous conslusions.
The views and pbotographß by which he illustrates bis lecture are magnificent, and they are taken by the most powerful instruments- in the world.
ibe slides include the very latest photographs of the sun, moon, planets and stars, etc , from tbe great observatories of the world,
A special exhibition of marvellous Radium costing at the rate of £16, 000*000 per lb, when wonderful ex perimeuts will be performed. The specimens used in the experiments are truly exquisite and are a real treat for tho eye to witness. No one should miss the last opportunity of seeing the marvels of Radium.
_ Tbig lecture' that the Professor w II give will be most valuable to Farmers and Agriculturists wbo*e prosperity depends so much on the season.. This is tho Professor's final visit to Akaroa, so everyone Bbould seize this last opportunity of hearing bim. Little River, Tuesday, October 19tb.
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PROFESSOR WRAGGE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3495, 12 October 1915
PROFESSOR WRAGGE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3495, 12 October 1915
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