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AMUSEMENTS. : npHE NEW THEATRE Manners Street. | MacMahon and Donnelly. Proprietors, ; "GO WHERE THE CROWDS GO I" "Where the SUN NEVER SETS." "The Survival of the Fittest." TO-DAY, MONDAY, December TO-DAY, TWO DISTINCT PROGRAMMES! During To-day the following Powerful Subjects: 1 "BATTLE OF TRAFALGAR," (Edison Navnl Drama.) .... j "AULD ROBIN GRAY" ! - : (Vita Drama). : "NIAGARA FALLS" (New. Views). "INDIAN TEMPLES" (Travel). "HOGAN'S ALLEY" ' • (Immensely Laughable). . "INDIAN MAIL ROBBERY" .. i ' (Sensational Drama). ;■ • ! To-night! "THE LION'S : To-night! TAMER'S" To-night! REVENGE." A DAZZLING ENTERTAINMENT. - "THE LION TAMER'S . REVENGE." "THE LION TAMER'S .REVENGE." Will Electrify AVellington. I Twenty Fierce Lions Take Part. I s ; THE LATEST LONDON SENSATION. ; Think of it! Adults, SIXPENCE, Children THREEPENCE - Everywhere# rjiT EA T El; JO Y.AL, Direction, Brennan-Fuller,'Ltd:''''' "The Best the World Can Offer." TO-NIGHT At 8. TO-NIGHT MAGNIFICENT NEW PROGRAMME. Important and Expensivo Starring Engagd. meat, direct from England, ana "for the First Time in New Zealand, of tho j . Renowned English .Contralto,.... .'; MISS BESSIE ..SLAUGHTER, MISS B'ESSIE SLAUGHTER,' !■ ' MISS BESSIE SLAUGHTER, " ; The only true contralto on- the. world's Vaudoville Stages. A singer whose-., per- : sonality. and charm .compels admiration, . and whoso voice is phenomenally rioh and : ' clear. ' . Special Re-Engagement owing to enormous " i success last week, for this night only, of • THE JOURDANE QUAItTET. THE JOURDANE QUARTET. V,.'. America's Greatest Operatic Vocalists, in an Entirely New Programme of '.' Geiiia | from tho favourite operas. Gratifying and Brilliant Success of BLETSOE'S CRIMSON RAMBLERS, BLETSOIJ'S CRIMSON RAMBLERS, Wellington's Favourite-). Everything New, Songs, Specialities, Duets, •; Absolutely the essence of refinement.. First appearance of the Favourite English. j Sketch Artists, BLACK AND BRONTE, BLACK AND BRONTE, In.a pot pourri of English, American, and Scotch Successes, crowded .with' .Catchy : Songs, Fascinating Dances, , and Oceans'of ■ -.' Fun. . MISS IDA BERRIDGE, Favourite Soubrette, ■in New Songa. •. MR.. HARRY LINDEN, . Popular Eccentric Comedian. PRICES—D.C. and 0.5., 2s. Stalls, 1«. ; Reserves, 2s. 6d. Book at the Dresden. • . ! FIRST AGAIN! ! ■ FIRST AGAIN! We are fully alive to our Business. . i ANOTHER"BIG SHOW! pEOPLE'S PICTUEE PALACE. Continuous, 11 a.m. to 10.45 p.m. * 1 After the day's worry let your Entree be • an evening at the P.P.P. SCENERY AND BEAUTY! Culled frotn • SCENERY AND • BEAUTY! abroad by SCENERY AND BEAUTY! ; expert's. . Grand Change'of Programme,'-'.ll' ■ a.m: ■ * To-day. i '- ' LORD AND, THE PEASANT 4 HOLDING THE FORT. ■ -.4 BIG- , I DARLING OF THE C.S.A. " i STARS Broncho Billy and Indian Maid 4 • ■ BROWN'S DAY OFF. Two ' PINNED. .. Comedies, EIFFEL-TOWER - Two : Village-Customs in., Ceylon.., w.Scenicsn -'Ladies and Gentlemen,'—Above is to-day's New. -Programme of -Eight-.Exclusivo ,Pic. tures, all now to Wellington. Wo 4eavo ■ our patronsi,to.i,judse. ~.i People's Cd., Children 3d. , - .-.MANAWATU RACING • CLUB. . - ; " ' 1 SUMMER MEETING. THURSDAY, 20th, FRIDAY 27th, SAf- . URDAY, 28th; December, 1912, AWAPUNI RACECOURSE. PALMERSTON NORTH. ■DOMINATIONS CLOSE for all Events, except "Seventh Palmerston' North Stakes,' on TUESDAY, 3rd DECEMBER, 1912, at iO p.m. .; ' Address, .. ...- .... . ! THE SECRETARY, - ■ 11 Cuba Street, .... • P. 0. Box 52, Palmerston "North. ' "THE GARDEN HOTEL." I7\NGAGE, Rooms for a- Week-end. Hi Lovely Gardens, Comfortable Rooms, Good - Menu, -Courteous Attention. • Moderate Tariff, and ORCHESTRAL'MUSIC EVERY- SUNDAY. - - •• Ring up "BELLEVUE."

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5, Dominion, Volume 6, Issue 1612, 2 December 1912

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