HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. Props., John Fuller and Sons. THE RECOGNISED HOME OF PERFECT PICTURES. FULLER'S PICTURES ! THE BEST OF FULLER'S PICTURES ! ALL! CHANGE TWICE WEEKLY! Regularly Every Monday and Thursday. TO-NIGHT we again present the BRIGHT AND ALL-NEW SERIES Which last evening received a Tremendous Ovation. A Magnificent Collection of Splendid Maeterpieceß. | See the following I Only Two More Nights: — -THE RESCUE OF MOLLY FINNEY. TUNIS. TWO BOYS IN BLUE. Another Splendid Selig Production, THE GOLDEN SUPPER. BILLY'S BIBLE. MA-IN-LAW GOES ROLLER SKATING. A DOUBLE ELOPEMENT. THE LIFE OF A SALMON (A Most Interesting Subject). ON THE MEXICAN BORDER. SPRING-HEELED JACK. And a Host of Others. WATCH FOR GREAT SURPRISES THURSDAY NEXT. D.O. and 0.5., Is; Stalls (tip-up), 6d. Plan at Christeeon's. 'Phona 3155. ONE OF THE BEST YET ! THEATRE ROY AL. THE HOME OF VAUDEVILLE. A Magnificent New Programme ! First Appearanco in Wellington of MAY DAHLBERG Australia's Finest MAY DAHLBERG Serio and Dancer. Coloured Endman, GEORGE SPARKES. Brilliant Dancer, GEORGE SPARKES. RUPERT CUTHBERT, Descriptive RUPERT CUTHBERT, Vocalist. MABEL FOWLER, Tasmania's Phenomenal Soprano. Her first appearance in Vaudeville. MAUD FANNING, Australia's Coon Singer. A Very Great Favourite. THE ELLIOTT SISTERS, The Daintiost Darlings in Vaudeville. ARTHUR ELLIOTT, Lively Comedian. ELMA ANDERSON, Contralto Balladist. GEORGE JONES, Ethiopian Oddments. A Prime Favourite, ETTIE WILLIAMS. Williamson Girls. Daphne Leslie. THE PIERROTS! THE PIERROTS! A New and Novel First Part. Drees Circle and 0.5., 2s; Stalls, Is. Boxes, 1 guinea. Book Seats at Theatre. DOLORES CONCERTS. IMPORTANT! BOX PLAN OPENS TO-MORROW, DRESDEN PIANO CO. Country orders accompanied by remittances provided for. rf^PERA HOUSE. OPERA HOUSE. MONDAY, TUESDAY, & THURSDAY, 20th, 21st, and 23rd MARCH. ANTONIA DOLORES! ANTONIA DOLORES! THE GREAT PRIMA DONNA, WILL GIVE THREE CONCERTS 1 Assisting Artists ; MR. SELWYN SHRIMPLIN, Pianist. And MR. JOHN PROUSE, Baritone. Admission — 2s, 4s, and 6s. Seating Plan at the Dresden Piano Com. pany's, opens TO-MORROW (Wednesday!). ANTONIA~DOLORES ! Tho World-famous Singer. The Sydney Telegraph _ truly says: — "As regards her pleasure-giving faculty, she stands almost alone in the faculty of holding a great audience captivated only, by the charm of her own singing. In tha matter of versatility also she is unique. She gives a star rendition of opera repertoire, and in the next breath she is inimitable in a piquant love ditty, or a tear-compelling lament, whilst as an extra she will convulse tho audience with a laughing song or gladden their hearts with a joyous serenade." DOLORES ! DOLORES ! DOLORES ! DOLORES ! DOLORES ! DOLORES ! ANTONIA DOLORES ! Queen of Song. Since the day when she was called by command to sin? before the late Queen Victoria, Dolores has pursued a triumphal career. Her singing touches the hearts of the people, and whether it bo in London or Berlin, San Francisco or Mareeba, New York or Johannesburg, Sydney or Dublin, wherever she goes the crowds throng to enjoy the glorious feast of melody which, she places within their reach. Direction JAMES T. MUIR. WELLINGTON PROVINCL^L CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOUR UNION. 1911 CONVENTION. 1911 TO-MORROW (Wednesday), MARCH 15, 7.30 p.m. m O W N HALL. "LIGHTHOUSES OF NEW ZEALAND" By JUNIOR ENDEAVOURERS. The Juniors will build some of the Lighthouses, illustrated by lantern as well. Silver Coin admission. v Interesting. Instructive. Enjoyable. THURSDAY, MARCH 16, at 7.30 p.m. BAPTIST CHURCH, VIVIAN-ST. "Drink," by S. H. Mudge, of Melbourne, who will answer a few of Professor ■Salmond'B Statements. "Social Evils," by Rev. J. J. North. "Sunday Trading," by S, Marten. Every citizen welcome. Free discussion. Collection to defray expenses will be takeq up. GEO. J. CLARKE, Convention Sec. NEW ZEALAND SOCIETY OF ACCOUNTANTS. MEMBERS are reminded that the Adjourned Special General Meeting of tho Society will be held in the Chamber of Commerce, Wellington, TO-MORROW (Wednesday) EVENING, commencing afc 7.30 o'clock prompt. ERNEST W. HUNT, «_. _ ' Secretary. 158, Featherston-street, Wellington, 14th March, 1911. ORIENTAL FOOTBALL CLUB. A GENERAL Meeting of the Club will be held at the Poneke Gymnasium on FRIDAY, 17th, • nt 7.30 p.m. Practice will start same night. It is important that every member' attend. D.CHANT, Hon. Sec. TO STUDENTS. A N accomplished French and German -£3. scholar and experienced teacher wishes to form Classes in French and German; students at all stages accepted. Apply, for terms and particulars, to G., Evening Post. PETONE BOROUGH COUNCIL. , DATE OF CLOSING ROLL. NOTICE is hereby given that the Supplemontary Roll of the District Electors' List is now open, and Enrolment can be made thereon until tho 28th day of March, 1911, by applicants- being British Subjects by birth or naturalisation, and- having lived in the Dominion of ' New Zealand for one year and in Petone for tho three months last past. ALEX. WEBSTER, Town Clerk. Petone, 14th March, Ml. NOTICE is hereby given that the Part norship hitherto subsisting and carrying on business at Wellington under the style or firm of WOODHOUSE, TROWER AND CO., as Sharebrokors, has been Dissolved by mutual consent as from the 11th day of March, 1911. Mr. A. S. Biss, of Wellington, Accountant, will wind up the affairs of the said partnership, and ia authorised to receive all moneys owing to tho eaid firm. Dated this 13th day of March, 1911. R. WOODHOUSE. \ A. S,- TROWER; |
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