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THE EMPRESS THEATRE. (Formerly the Adelphi.) Direction J. D. Williams "Where Everybody Goes." CONTINUOUS PICTURES. Daily— 1] a.m. to 11 p.m. WHY pay MORE? STALLS 3d WHY pay MORE ? Drc« Circle ed WHY pay MORE ? Dress Circle Reserve Is Stalls COMPLETE CHANGE 3d TO-DAY and TO-NIGHT. Stalls * 3d Tho A.B. exclusive* dra-ma, Stalls "The CHIEF'S BLANKET!" 3d "The CHIEF'S BLANKET !" Stalls "Tho CHIEF'S BLANKET !" . 3d "The CHIEF'S BLANKET !" Stalls "The CHIEF'S BLANKET 1" 3d "Tho CHIEF'S BLANKET 1" Stalls _ . 3fl Edison "materpiece" drama, .Stalls "In His Father's Stops I" 3d "In His Father's Steps,!" .Stalls A glorious love story. Stalls "Williams Weekly !" ,3d ■ "Williams ' Weekly I" Stalls Interesting Happenings, 3d • Stalls "THE SMUGGLERS !" 3d - "THE' SMUGGLERS P» Stalls A story of 10-\c and adventure. 3d ■ Stalls "Peter Pickles' Wedding!" 3d "Friscot as a Botanist !" Stalls And a HOST of OTHERS. 3d — Stalk, _ The EMPRESS full 3d ORCHESTRA i# positively Stalls unrivalled. KIRKBY LUNN CONCERTS. FINAL CONCERT! FINAL CONCERT! TO-MORROW NIGHT, at 8. TO-MORROW NIGHT, at 8. rr\ o w n ii a l l. Direction J. ahd N. TAIT. MADAME KIRKBY LUNN. MADAME KIRKBY LUNN. FINAL CONCERT! FINAL CONCERT! TO-MORROW NIGHT, &t 8. TO-MORROW NIGHT, at 8. ENTHUSIASM RAN RIOT At the KIRKBY LU.NN CONCERT LAST NIGHT AT THE TOWN HALL. The encor« given were well nigh sufficient, to fill an ordinary cohcert programme. TO-MORROW NIGHT MADAME KIRKBY LUNN Will Sing: "Che^ Faro" (Orfeo), Gluck "Im Herbst," Franz "Vergiblisches Stahdcheh," Brahms "O Lovely Night," Thomas "Poppies for Forgetting," R. C. Clarke "Morning-^-and You," F. Aylward "Shapphische Ode," Brahms Ahd "The Three Fishers," Hullah. MR. WILLIAM MURDOCH, Pianist MR. ANDREW SHANKS, Baritone M. ANDRE DE RIBAUPIERRE, VioHnist Accompanist Herr Johan Wielaert. Reserved Seats, 7s 6d ; Unreserved, ss, 3s, 2s. ,Box Plan and Tickets at the Dresden. \ TE ARO BATHS, TO-MORROW, 2.30 p.m. AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONS. TOD SOLOMONS, H. M. HAY, SID. RIDDINGTON (DIVER). The Biggest Carnival Seen Here for Years. PRICES— Is and Is 6d. COME EARLY. Mission Band in Attendance. For Wellington Cehtre N.Z.A.S.A., H. C. W. BLICK, Sec hmown hall. town hall. sundaFnext, ' SUNDAY NEXT, . Bth DECEMBER, 1912. ' FINAL SUNDAY CONCERT OF THE 1912 SEASON* By the , WELLINGTON PROFESSIONAL v ORCHESTRA (Conductor, MR. HERBERT BLOY). ■ Soloist, SIGNoiTA. P. TRUDA, Flautist. Concert at 8.30 p.m. J. F. WOODWARD, Secretary. A LADY SPEAKER WHO "MAKES GOOD." MRS. CUNNINGTON (Of Christchurch) IN EMPRESS THEATRE, SUNDAY NIGHT, On > "THE SEED OF SOCIALISM." The Speaker of the Year: The Subject of the Age. BANQUET TO- THE HON. JAS. ALLEN, MINISTER FOR HOTEL WINDSOR, WEDNESDAY, 11th DECEMBER, 8 p.m. AS there are only a few vacant Seats remaining, will intending* Subscribers please forward their names to A. G. HUME, Joint Hon. Sec, Box 771, Wellington. WELLINGTON HARBOUR FERRIES, LTD. TO THE MAN-OF-WAR. H.M.S. DRAKE. fpRIPS will be run at frequent interA vals from the Ferry Wharf on SATURDAY and SUNDAY NEXT, starting at 1.15 p.m. Fare, Is return. (Circumstances permitting). j A TRULY GRAND PRODUCTION ! | N7 WARMER, • £J» ■ J: For December. Christmas Number New Zealand Farmer. Finest ' Series of Illustration* of the { LIVE • STOCK OF THE DOMINION Yet published. LEADING WINNERS' AT CHIEF SHOWS. Our Chief Agricultural Industries, or "ON THE LAND" IN NEW ZEALAND Nearly 200 Pages. Nearly 200 Pages. PROFUSELY ILLUSTRATED. A Grand No.- to keep or send to friends. NOW' ON SALE. ALL BOOKSELLERS. MIRAMAR BOROUGH COUNCIL. TEN PER CENT. ADDITIONAL ON RATES. PUBLIC Notice is hereby given thatan additional charge of Ten per Centum will be added to all Rates unpaid after the dose of the 10th December, 1912, R. E. BENNETT, Town Clerk. MIRAMAR BOROUGH COUNCIL. APPOINTMENT OF ENGINEER. A PPLICATIONS are invited for the A above Positioh. Particulars of the duties and qualifications required may be seen at the Office of the Council, King's Chambers, Wellington. Applications close at noon on MON' DAY, the 16th December, 1912. R. E. BENNETT, ____^__^_^_^^^ Town Clerk. WANTED, HEAD MASTER. A PPLICATIONS, accompanied with ' ri :. rt T fJ tl| noTiialß, will be received up to NOON on THURSDAY, the 18th December, for a HEAD MASTER for the Gisborne High School. Salary, £460 per ahhum. Applicants must be Graduates of a University, and must have had experience in School Organisation and in the leaching of Secondary and Advanced Subjects up to University standard. Conditions of engagement may bo obtained on application to the Secretary. w _ W. MORGAN, GUboine. STREET eollwuoa to- morrow, Aaibu- . Itucw Day. j

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Post, Volume LXXXIV, Issue 137, 6 December 1912

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