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AMUSEMENTS. 'J'HEATRE ROYAL. Solo Direction - . ALLAX WILKr*. EVERY.EVENING AT 8. EVERY EVENING AT 8. ALLAN WTLKTE And FREDISWYDE HUNTER-WATTS In "A TEMPORARY GENTLEMAN" "A TEMPORARY GENTLEMAN," "A TEIIPOKAKY C, KNTLEMAN." By H. F. Maltby. Produced on Saturday Xijht for the. Flint Time in Australasin to an Enraptured Audienoe. "A TEMPORARY GENTLEMAN." "A TEMPORARY GKNTLEMAN." "a ti:mporauy gentleman." London says, vido t!io "Morning Post": — "A remarkably fmo play,'' and Christchurch not only endorses this opinion, but says th« finest play produced in Christchurch for years. "A TEMPORARY GENTLEMAN." "A TEMPORARY GENTLEMAN." "A TEMPORARY GENTLEMAN." Tho Third and Final Production of th« Allan Wilkic> season, and even a biggor success than "Tho Luck of the Navy 3 ' and "The Rotters." BRITISH PLAYS FOR BRITISH PEOPLE. "A TEMPORARY GENTLEMAN." "A TEMPORARY GENTLEMAN." "A TEMPORARY GENTLEMAN." A Play that treats of a serious problem seriously, and yet one of tho Funniest Comedies ever seen—and a Play that appeals to all. . "A TEMPORARY GENTLEMAN." "A TEMPORARY GENTLEMAN." "A TEMPORARY GENTLEMAN." Received with absolute yells of delight—no* a War Play, but a Play dealing with the problems that have arisen since demobilisation. "A TEMPORARY GENTLEMAN." "A TEMPORARY GENTLEMAN." "A TEMPORARY GENTLEMAN." "EVERY RETURNED SOLDIER 'fN CHRISTCHURCH MUST SEE THIS PLAY —WRITTEN BY AN IMPERIAL OFFICER —ONE WHO KNOWS I BOOK TO-DAY. BOOK TO-DAY. Box Plan at The Bristol till five o'clock, after that hour at the Toy Cave, where Day Sales may also bo obtained. PRICES: 6s, 2s 7d, and la 6d, plus tax. NO EARLY DOORS. . Q. BAN D THEATRE CONTINUOUS from NOON. •TO-DAY and TO-NIGHT. ( Another ATTRACTIVE Programme. ' 3 BIG FEATURES. BESSIE LOVE BESSIE LOVE BESSIE LOVE Climbs ' " "OVER THE GARDEN" WAIIa" "OVER THE GARDEN "WALL." 1 "OVER THE GARDEN WALL." In v Vita graph's Charming Romance. Does She Look Prettier in OVERALLS «® - BATHING SUIT? E COME AND SEE this Fascinating PictuW [ and JUDGE FOR - YOURSELF. Also, Also, The Sensational NORDISK Drama, > NORDISK. NORDISK. NORDISK. SnRnTSK* NORDISK. NORDISK. Tho FIRST for Many Years. "BLACK BRITTA." I "BLACK BRITTA." Also Special Attraction, | "WHEN MY LADY SMILE?." "WHEN MY LADY SMILES. "WHEN MY LADY SMILES. (Comedy-Drama). "USUAL PRICES—3d to la Id. Reserves at The Bristol or Theatre ('Phon* 2931). ——=========== RAILWAYS. CONGESTION OF GOODS AT LYTTELCOMCi TON RAILWAY SHED. GOODS Produce, etc., must not be sent to Lyttelton for storage in the Railway Shed there without prior arrangement with the Stationmaster at Lyttelton. roods are loaded to the Railway Shed at Lvttclton after this date, without arrangements being made, they will be stored out--8623 the ° WN BY ORDERSITUATIONS VACANT. TO TAILORESSES. WE offer Highest Wages to COM MACHINISTS and FINISHERS, ateo VEST TROUSERS MACHINISTS. To Girl Apprentices £1 per week to commence. Airv Workroom. Morning Tea. Also Two Smart BOYS wanted for Cutting Room 'and Factory. Permanent Employment Appl7 MANAGER, Kaiapoi Clothing Factoiy, ■nrowr Christchurch. WANTED. THOROUGHLY RELIABLE MAN to act i as Watchman, and render part caretaking" duties, on account of large city bumApplication must be made in writing, statin" ago, experience, references, etc., to "CARETAKER." f1.„3 Box 603, Christchurch. _ (For continuation of "Situations Vacant" «y page 10 of this iseue.) ~ SHOWS. CANTERBURY HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. CHRYSANTHEMUM SHOW. ALTERATION OF DATES. The CHRYSANTHEMUM SHOW wi;l be held in tho _ AH T GALLERX. MAY 13th and 14th. J. TIMBRELL, 6653 Secretary. WHAT ABOUT YOUR EYES? Are YOU overworking and straining them'.' CALL TO-DAY, and have them examined by LEX. GRANT, Consulting Optician, Whitcombe's Buildings, 115 Cashel street. ARTIFICIAL EYES FITTED. Larse Aesonment Always in Stock. C49M-C723 HT. WHITTINGHAM. F.PJV.N.Z., F.1.A.N.Z., PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT, AUDITOR, AND SHAREBROKER, LAND AND INCOME TAX ADJUSTER, IS! HEREFORD STREET (Opp. U.S.S. Co.). Telephone 953. WSCIiF. MADAM VERNON, OCIENTIFIC PALMIST. ASTROLOGIST, O CLAIRVOYANT, 810 Cashel street East, 9 doors from Barbadoo3 street. Foe, 2a. C 2683
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