AMUSEMENTS. For a Great Night's Entertainment Come to the QUEEN STREET. TO-NIGHT, COMMENCING 8 O'CLOCK. ALL-STAP. VAUDEVILLE. And Screening, 2 — STAR ATTRACTIONS — 2 Just read this programme and see If there is better value elsewhere in Auckland. VAUDEVILLE, Headed by the ACROBA.. : YTTELTONS, Well-known American Acrobats. Direct From World's Tour. BERT HAFXOW, The Mile-a-Minnte Comedian. ROY BLAKEY, Humourist. The Child Prodigy, BABY ZOS, Three-year-old Performer. Screening 2 Star Features. JACK HOLT. In " THE TIGRESS." WILLIAM RUSSELL, In "WOMAN WISE." Just Look at the Prices. 800 SEATS: 1/, 1/, 1/, 1/. CHILDREN, 6d, 6d. 6d. ELECTORAL. ROCKLAND QENTRAL |JLKCTOEATB. . JpRED J^YSNAR, OFFICIAL REFORM CANDIDATE, Will Address the Electors as Under:— ST. BENEDICT'S HALL, EAST STREET, OFF SYMONDS STREET.—TO-NIGHT (MONDAY), at 8 p.m. ST. JAMES* HALL, WELLINGTON ST.— TO-MORROW (TUESDAY), at 8 p.m. EPIPHANY HALL, KARANGAHAPE RD. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 7, at 8 p.m. ST. THOMAS' HALL, UNION STREET.— THURSDAY, NOV. 8, at 8 p.m. JjILBCTION. ■yiVIAN JJ pOTTER, M.P., OFFICIAL REFORM CANDIDATE. Will Address the Electors as under METHODIST HALL. DOMINION RD — TO-NIGHT (MONDAY), at 8 o'clock. ROYAL PICTURE THEATRE. KINGSLAND—TOMORROW (TUESDAY), at 8 p.m. CONGREGATIONAL HALL, VIEW ROAD, Mt. Eden—WEDNESDAY, Nov. 7, 8 p.m. CAPITOL PICTURE THEATRE. DOMINION RD TRAM TERM.—THURSDAY, Nov. 8, at 8 p.m. GORDON ROAD METHODIST HALL, MT. EDEN.—FRIDAY, Nov. 0, at 8.30 p.m. ■yiVIAN JJ pOTTER. M.P. OFFICIAL REFORM CANDIDATE. WILL ADDRESS THE LADY ELECTORS OF EDEN. AFTERNOONS AS UNDER:— EPSOM LIBRARY, MANUKAU RD.— THURSDAY, Nov. 8 3 p.m. 6 JJO SKILL, JgLECTORATE. jy£ISS jgLLEN jyjELVILLE, OFFICIAL REFORM CANDIDATE. Will Address the Electors as Under:— CAPITOL THEATRE. DOMINION ROAD, TO-NIGHT (Monday), 8 P.M. Chairman : MR. E. H. POTTER (Mayor Mount Eden). TO-MORROW (TUESDAY) AFTERNOON, 2 p.m., Meeting for Ladles, Baptist Hall, Duncan Avenue, Edendale. TO-MORROW (TUESDAY), 8 P.M. DE LUXE THEATRE, Mt. Albert Terminus. Chairman: COUNCILLOR P. FLOYD. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, 2 p.m. Meeting for Ladies, St. Luke's Hall, New North Road. WEDNESDAY NIGHT, 8 p.m. Open-air Meeting, Corner The Drive and Onslow Road, Epsom. Chairman ISAAC GRAY, Esq. All Electors Cordially Invited. S gUBURBS LECTOR ATE. gIR JAMES Q.UNSON, OFFICIAL REFORM CANDIDATE, Will Address the Electors as under:— PARAU—TO-DAY (MONDAY), 7.30 p.m., Parau Public School. GLEN EDEN—TO-MORROW (TUESDAY), 8 p.m. Town Hall. ALL ELECTORS CORDIALLY INVITED. 5 WEST. Jj\RANK OFFICIAL REFORM CANDIDATE, Will Address the Electors at CHURCH OF CHRIST HALL, PONSONBY ROAD, TO-MORROW, TUESDAY, AT 8 P.M. TO-MORROW, TUESDAY, AT 8 P.M. Chairman :J. B. JOHNSTON, Esq. x 5 yyAITEMATA LECTOR ATE. •jyfß. A EiiT JJARRIB, INDEPENDENT REFORM CANDIDATE, Will Address the Electors: TO-NIGHT (MONDAY) — FORESTERS' HALL, TAKAPUNA, 8 p.m. TO-MORROW (TUESDAY).—METHODIST HALL, STANLEY BAY, 8 p.m. WEDNESDAY (Nor. 7)— NARROW NECK HALL, 8 p.m. 5 LYNN ELECTORATE.. y MRS. PATERSON, Independent .iLaboor Candidate, will Address Electors, Corner Hornby Rd. and Pt. Chevalier Rd.. at 7.45 TO-NIGHT (Monday). g M K °- E- .BURTON. TO-NIGHT, 8 O'CLOCK. JUBILEE HALL, KINGBLAND. g
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