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mHEATRE ROYAL. I -*- Prop., John Fuller and Sons. TO-NIGHT, at 8, NEW PROGRAMME. FULLER'S VAUDEVILLE COMPANY A Magnificent Bill. Sure Fire Draw. First Api,earance in N.Z. of KELSO BOYS, Australia's Leading Comedy Jugglers. Tom— ARMSTRONG and VERNE— Fris. In a Military Satire, THE BATTLE OF TOO SOON. THE THREE STARRS. Tho Dainty Trio of Danrers. Chas.— HEATH and LAMB— Joe Singing Collier?— ' New Solos and Duets. Last Three Nights of Hen.— WISE and MILTON— Katie American Duo, in Travesty. "JEALOUSY" and "A PEEP AT ZULULAND." Special Scenery. Lafct Three Night* of CHAS. FANNING. Last Three Nights CHARLOTTA. Last Three Nights BLANCHE CARELLI T.aet Three Xigrhts JOE CHARLES. La«t Nightf. LEWIS TRIO. 2s t Is. Boxes 21c. Plan Theatre. Doors 7.20. Carriages 10.30. HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. Prop., John Fuller and Sohb. TO-NIGHT! Now Pictures. Immense. Porfeot Pictures and Orchestra! PICTURES His PICTURES, i PICTURES Majesty's PICTURES. AND FIRST-CLASS ORCHESTRA! AND FmST-CLASS ORCHESTRA! An American Biograph Gem, THE COURSE OF TRUE LOVE. THE COURSE OF TRUE LOVE. A Real Excitintf Scotch War Drama, i THE HIGHLANDER'S DEFIANCE. THE N THE A DUKE'S CLOWN'S WOMAN'S PLAN. CRIME. FOLLY. FOOLSHEAD THE REPORTER. FOOLSHEAD THE REPORTER. (Tho Best and Funniest Ever Produced). STOP YOUR TICKLING. LAKES OF LUCERNE. LOBSTER CATCHING. THE .SKATING CARNIVAL. And others too numerous to mention. Dress Circle and 0.5., Is., Stalls,, 6d. m 0 w n hall. Direction .. William Anderson. 6d. SATURDAY EVENING NEXT, Is. 6d. 30th APRIL, and Is. 6d. MONDAY, 2nd May. 1,. 6d. BY UNIVERSAL DESIRE! Is. I Gd. - RETURN VISIT Is. 6d. Of tho most phenomenal Living Is. 6d. Picture Sensation of^tho Century, Is. 6d. MACMAHON AND CARROLL'S la. 6d. Extraordinarily Successful Pic- Is. 6d. ture Drama of Marcus Clarke'6 Is. ■ 6d. Famous Australian Story, Is. 6d. "FOR THE TERM OF HIS Is. ! 6d. NATURAL LIFE." Is. 6d. NOW COMES THE SURPRISE ! Is. . 6d. 2000 SEATS AT SIXPENCE. Is. 6d. 2000 SEATS AT SIXPENCE. Is. 6d. 1000 SEATS at ONE SHILLING. Is. 6d. 1000 SEATS at ONE SHILLING. Is. 6d. Box Plan at the Dresden. No 16. 6d. Early Doors or Booking Fee. No Is. 6d. Extra Charges Whatever. Abso- Is. 6d. lutely No Free Li6t. Is. 6d. An altogether New and De- Is. 6d. lightful eurics of the latest Bio- 1?. 6d. graph. Is. 6d. Surprises will constitute tho Is. 6d. Cret portion of the programme. 13. ST. JOHN'S LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. OPENING MEETING FRIDAY, 6th May. Mock Mayoral Election. H. B. REID, Hon. Sec. ' BALLROOM DANCING. ! MRS. H. B. MASON'S Classes are held on MONDAY and WEDNESDAY EVENINGS, in her Private Hall. Proficiency ensured in six private lessons or one quarter at class. Term commences with pupil. Private Lessons arranged. Address — 86, Ghuznee-street, Next St. Peter's Church. WELLINGTON CITY COUNCIL. ANNUAL ELECTION OF MAYOR. I HEREBY GIVE - NOTICE that tho number of Votes received by each Candidate -for the office of Mayor for tho j City of Wellington is as follows : — Wilford, Thomas Mason ... 6248 Crawford, Charles John ... 5267 And I hereby declare THOMAS MASON WILFORD to be duly elected to such office. JAMES AMES, Returning Officer City of Wellington. Dated this 28th day of April, 1910. MIRAMAR BOROUGH COUNCIL. NOTICE OF RESULT OF ELECTIONS. ELECTION OF MAYOR. 1 HEREBY give Public Notice that, at the Election of Mayor for the Borough of Miramar, h«ld on the 27th day of April, 1910, the gentlemen hereinafter named were Candidates, and received the number of votes set opposite their names respeoj tively (that is to say) : — ! BRODIE, John 410 votes TOWN SEND, Frederic .. 361 votes And I hereby declare the said John Brodie to be duly elected. Dated this 28th day of April, 1910. R. E. BENNETT, Returning Officer. ELECTION OF COUNCILLOR. I hereby give Public Notice that, at tho Election of Councillor for tho Borough of Ivliramar, held on the 27th day of April, 1910, tho gentlcmten hereinafter nxmed wero Candidates, and received the number of votee feet opposito their names respectively (that is to say) : — RICHARDS, Herbert Ernest 401 votes ROBINSON, Harry Stuart .. 364 votes And I hereby declare the iaitl Herbert Erneet Richards to he duly elected. Dated this 28th day of April, 1910. R. E. BENNETT, Returning Officer. EASTBOURNE BOROUGH COUNCIL. RESULT OF POLL. PURSUANT to Section 27 of "The Local Elections and Polls Act, 1908 " I horebv give notice that tho number of votes received by each candidate j for tho office of Mayor for tho Borough j of Eastbourne is as follows: — , SHORTT, Herbert William .. 240 1 HOBBS, William 131 J And I hereby declare the said Herbert I William Shortt to bo duly elected to such office. Dated this 27th day of April, 1910. J. D. AVERY, Returning Officer. I BOROUGH~OF ONSLOW. EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY KAIWARKA WARD. In the matte* of "The Municipal Corporations Act, 1908," and of "Tho Local Elections and Polls Act, 1908." I HEREBY give Public Notice that, at the Election of a Councillor to fill the extraordinary vacancy, Kaiwarra Ward, of tho Borough of Onslow, held on tho ' 27th day of April, 1910, tho persons hereinafter named were candidates, and ro- 1 ceiyed tho number of votes set opposito their names respectively: BOWDEN, William Henry ... 73 FLAWS, Robert Ernest ... 47 CAVANAGH, Patrick • ... 34 Informal votes 2 I tlioroforo declare William Henry Bowdento be duly elected Counoilloi for the Kaiwiirra Ward of the Borough of Onslow. HENRY ABRAHAM, Returning Officer. Dated this 28th day of April, 1910. T>RICE Tickets. Sale~~Sfips. Window *- Bills printed quickly and well afr Evening Post Job Gristing House

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Post, Volume LXXIX, Issue 99, 28 April 1910

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