' |^ RAND OPERA HOUSE Diredtkm .. J. C. WILLIAMSON, LTD. Managing Directors, George Tallis, Hugh J. Ward, Clyde Meynell. GRAND COMEDY SEASON, ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION And INSTANTANEOUS SUCCESS Of FRED NIBLO & JOSEPHINE COHAN, FRED NIBLO & JOSEPHINE COHAN, FRED NIBLO A JOSEPHINE COHAN, Supported by the J. C. WILLIAMSON COMPANY OF COMEDIANS, In the BRILLIANTLY SUCCESSFUL COMEDY, "THE FORTUNE HUNTER," "THE FORTUNE HUNTER," "THE FORTUNE HUNTER," By Winohel Smith, Author of "Brewster's Millions." 'A DISTINCT AND IMMEDIATE HIT. Everyone who Sees it Urges Everyone Else to Go, ' s BECAUSE Everyone. Comes Away Wanting to Do Everyone a Good Turn. 12th AUGUST : - "NEVER SAY, DIE!" 15th AUGUST : OFFICER 666!" Box 1 Plans NOW OPEN at The Dresden. Day Sale Tickets, at Grand Opera ■House Cisrar Divan. Prices.— D.C. and R.S., £3; Stalls, 3s; Gallery, Is. Early Door Stalls and Gallery, Is extra. rf^ONCERT CHAMBER, TOWN HALL. ONLY TWO MORE RECITALS By >'tSe Incomparable watson," •'the incomparable watson," "the incomparable avatson," "the, incomparable watson," 'Who THIS (FRIDAY) NIGHT Will Deliver an Abridged Version" of Charles Dickerib's Immortal Story, A CHRISTMAS CAROL. A CHRISTMAS CAROL. JPart II.: FAMOUS IMPERIAL.;POEMS. FAMOUS IMPERIAL POEMS. !"The. 'English Flag," "The Relief of jLuekna.w," "The Charge of tho Light ' Brigade." and "Recessional." TO-MORROW— LAST RECITAL. Shakespeare's Tragic Masterpiece, ' ,:. . MACBETH. 3s, '2s. 1 Is.' Plans at tho Dresden. Day Bales at Christeson's. Commonce at 8. - ',- - CARLYLE SMYTHE. Concert chamber. Direction, Ed. Branscombe, Ltd. JMake a Note of this Fact — THE "SMART SET" THE "SMART SET" BIX NIGHTS' SEASON OF SMILES Commences MONDAY NEXT, 10th AUGUST. Presenting -'Complete New Repertoire, Including' SPECIAL FEATURES Vocal Numbers— Clever Comedy Acts--trresistibly Funny Character , Sketches— Clever Caricatures — Quaint and Eccentric DnnceS— With Delightful Interludes of Individuality. , ", And THE. LATEST TANGO DANCES AND TANGO BURLESQUE, .Introducing" THE CORSET PARADE AND PEGTOPPED SKIRT PARADE. The Greatest Mirth Producer Ever , Presented in tho Dominion. Popular Prices— 3s, 2s, Is. No Early Doors. No Booking Fee 3. Book Early at Dresden and Secure [Your Seat. Day Sales at Christeson's. Touring* Manager, VICTOR BECK. SUNDAY CONCERT"! ~ SUNDAY CONCERT! HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. SUNDAY, 9th AUGUST, At 8.15 p.m. WELLINGTON CITf BAND. (Winners of 18 First Prizes, etc.) Conductor, Lieut T. Herd, Mr. Hamilton Hodges will sibg. Miss Mai Fontainne will sing. Messrs 'Shardlow and Colo (Cornettists) frill play duet for Cornets. Admission Free. Silver Coin Collection. Piano kindly lent by Dresden Company! NEW ZEALAND EXPEDITIONARY FORCE. APPEAL TO THE WOMEN OF WELLINGTON. IN response to Lady Liverpool's Appeal, I am calling a- Meeting for MONDAY -AFTERNOON NEXT, the 10th instant,' at 3 o'clock in the Concert Chamber of the Town Hall, to which I cordially invite the attendance of all interested, to t organise 'in furtherance of the above obioot. JACOBINA LUKE, Mayoress, 7th August. '1914. BOROUGH OF PETONE. RE HER EXCELLENCY THE COUNTESS OF LIVERPOOL'S APPEAL. J HEREBY Convene a Meeting of the Ladies of Petono to be hold in the Mayot'B Room, Municipal Buildings, Petohe, on MONDAY NEXT, 10th insfant, at 7.30 p.m., to assist in carrying out the suggestions contained in Her Excellency tho Countess of Liverpool's Appeal, dated 6th August, 1914. A. M'EWAN, _ , „ , Mayoress. Petone, 7th August. VICTORIA LEAGUE. \}\ LL members of the League are asked -CX. to attend a Meeting called by tho .Mayoress ro Expeditionary Forces, NEXT MONDAY, 10th AUGUST, at tho Concert Chamber, Town Hall, at 3 o'clock. The President and Council will be in tho VePtibulo at 2.30. All members aro auked to join them. Signed— 1 LAVINIA COATES, President. M. CHATFIELD, Secretary. .WELLINGTON SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO POSTPONEMENT OF CONCERT. OWING to the present international trouble the Concert arranged for Wednesday next is POSTPONED to a date to be arranged later. Holders of Tickets are requested to keep them for the time bein?\ A. M. ANDERSON, Secretary. Winder's Building, 7th August, 1914. npHE Demonstration arranged by Old -8- Boy^ of the Otago High School will rs'OT be held To-night. « It. has been arranged that a Mas- Meeting will thkf place one night Next Week, probably in Town Ilnll. t The meeting will bo ndt!r^--ed by prominent Old Boys of the School, including feveral Members of the ]>g isle tu r<? A Committee Meeting will be held TONIGHT, nl, 8 o'clock, ot 11. Grey-sh-eel, All Old Boys of School aro invited to attend.
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