AMUSEMENTS. j CO L O S S E U M. j - TO-NIGHT. At S o'clock. TO-NIGHT, j your Picture Fleast;;* in Comfort. | COOL. | COMMODIOUS. COMFORTABLE. j The Most Popular Picture Theatre in s Christchurch. i OUR GRAND ALL-CHANGE NIGHT. ' NEW PICTURES. NEW MUSIC. COMPLETE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME. . A Brilliant Collecticn of the "Latest and j Most Up-t.f-Datr Sr.bjoct*. j FULLERS The lie*: PICTURES. | f FULLER'S •>.' All PICTURES'. ! a To-night's Star Attrnct.ons include: jt THE GIRL AT THE CUPOLA. ■■ I THE GIRL AT THE CUPOLA jl The Iron Foundry Strike, Thrilling Drains, j I BIRD'S-EYE VIEW OF PARIS. j^ View;, taken from a Military Airshin. I PIPPIN UP TO HIS PRANKS. \} "Drat that Rnvlll" A Great Comic. !'I BRONCHO BILLY'S LAST Hi»LD-UP I - BRONCHO BILLY'S LAST HOLD-UP | A Tragic and Startling Western Drama. j HELPING JOHN HELPING JOHN. A Charming Edir-on CVmudv-Drnma. THE SIMPLON TUNNEL. Coloured. ! THE SIMPLON TUNNEL. Scenic j Glimpses i' an Engineering Masterpiece TWO DATV.TERS OF EVE. An A.R. ' TWO DAUGHTERS OV EVE. Drama. 1 Tho Child, and the Scorned Actress's Revenge. THE STERN PAPA, A Most Laughable Comic. A DANGEROUS LESSON. A Powerful Domestic Drama by Edison Co. ON THE ROADS ABOUT CEYLON, An Exquisite. Scenic. BUSTER AND THE PIRATES. ; A Fascinating Comedy. FULLER'S PREMIER ORCHESTRA. . Selection: Sullivan's Mfif( |; N (Sulhvan). ' Prices: Is and Cd. Doors 7. *. "Phono 2506. \7"ACANCIES for First-class MUSIC]"'" l for new His Majesty's Theatre, Wellington, to commence tioxmg Night. Apply JOHN FULLER and SONS, 407.'', Wellington. rp ii c quEen ' s T H eats E, A Hereford street. "WHERE EVEiIYBuDY GOES." < Direction: MacMAHON and EDWARDS. OPEN CONTINUOUSLY irom 11 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. and fi.3o p.m. to 11 p.m. SUCCESS FOLLOWS SUCCESS. I TO-DAY'S RECL'KIJ PROGRAMME. TO-DAY'S RECORD PROGRAMME. Including an ! EXCLUSIVE FEATURE PICTURE, j For the Firft Time in N.Z., ! THE LORD AND THE PEASANT. THE LORD AND THE PEASANT. THE LORD AND THE PEASANT. This MAGNIFICENT Film is a SPECIAL addition to the EXCEPTIONALLY STRONG . Current Prc.3rp.mnle, which drew tho hearty PLAUDITS cf the BIG CROWDS on Satur- , day. STILL THE SAME PRICES: ADULTS CHILDREN Gd. 3d. PUBLIC NOTICES. ■ /QUALITY IN TEA, Some Teas are Strong. j Some Teas are Flovoury. ] ■ Some Teas arc Economics!. Some Teas are Good Valu6. , Some Teas are Rich in Colour. Some Teas are Refreshing and Invigorating. When you can find a Tea that embodies all these qualities, this is the Tea, to buy. THE ORIENT BRAND TEA at 1* 6d COMBINES THE LOT. To be bad only from the Tea Specialists WARDELL BROS and CO. C 7822-2170 NOTICE— From January Ist, 1913, all Business transacted (Buying or Selling? by W. M. PRATT or J. 6NELL and SON. Bottlo Merchants and General Dealers, will be etrictlv nett civsh. (Signed) J. SNELL and S_ON, W_ M. PRATT. 402F T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I will i- NOT BE RESPONSIBLE for any DEBTS contracted by my wife, J. M. WARREN after this date. F. WARREN, Dec. 7th, 1912. Hon Mother. 457 1 LENDERS will be received up to 31st DECEMBER, 1012, tor the output of Runners from our Ngr.huuranga (Welling- j ton) Factory, for ii period of two years, aS , from January 13th. 1913. J Specifications of conditions" may be seen | at our Branch Office. Somerset Buildings, | Hereford street. Chri3tcburch. W. DIMOCK and CO., LTD., S. C. UrtRON. 1 40701* Manager, Wellington. TO BUTCHERS. FOR O-i-: OF IriE LARGEST CASH BUSINESSES IN THE DOMINION. A N Experienced Butcher is wanted as -CA Shopman-Manager. Must bo thoroughly qualified and possessed of the highest credentials. Good proposition to reliable man. Reply, stating fullest particulars and salary required, to "Confidential." Box*l4Bl. Auck£072 1 WANTED, A CONDUCTOR for NEW BRIGHTON ->*- MARINE BAND. Cornet player pre- , ferred. Applications to m SECRETARY, New .Erjgl_t._ri.___ TF JOHN MEDLFN, a Bricklnyer, who left • -*- Falmouth, England, ab;ut 1872, nnd wlio was last. hea:d of in Christchurch, N.Z., in IRS2, will communicate with his sisler Etnmeline Jacketl, 3 Clarctnon'. terrace, Faltnnuth, he will receive, new.? to hio advantage. 137 SHOWS. 4SHBURTON AGRICULTURAL AND j/ASTORAL ASSOCIATION. ', FIRST AUTUMN SHOW. 12th and 13ih MARCH. 1012. PRIZE SCHEDULE will be irstied in duo course. J B. CHRISTIAN. 4063 Secretary. BANK NOTICES. SPECIAL BANK HOLIDAY. PURSUANT to tho forms of Tho- Ba"k----1 mg Act, If*?. MONDAY, thn ICth De- < cember (ANNIVERSARY DAY', is hereby I appointed a SPECIAL BANK HOLIDAY at i the Offices of the undermentioned Banks j throughoui, the Provincial District of Can- 1 urbury . — ; THE UNION RANK OF AUSTRALIA, j LTD.—R. A. HOLMES, Inspector. ! THE oANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES—! B. M. MOLINEAUX, ln>pPvlor. j THE BANK OF AUSTRALASIA - ROBT. j B. SMITH, for th« Inspector. 1 THE NATIONAL BANK of NEW MEA- | LAND. LTD.—JAMES COATES, General I Manager. THE BANK OF NEW ZEALAND— W. - CALLEXDER. General Manager. 200 I " CRICKET. CHRIST'S COLLEGE OLD BOYS' ASSOCIATION. THE ANNUAL CRICKET MATCHES, PAST v. PRESENT. Wilt bo held on MONDAY, DECEMBER 16th. All members wishing to play, kindly forward their names to tno undersigned as soon as possible. G. E. REEVES, Ocean Accident A*sce. Co, R. VINCENT. Cathedra! square. G. S. TONUS. Bank New Zealand. F. V. ROBINSON, Hon. Secretary, 4064 c.o. Dalgety and Co., _t<L
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