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For Details of "NEPTUNE'S DAUGHTER" And "DAMON AND PYTHIAS,'.' See Special Advertisement Page 11. /~S RAND OPERA HOUSE. Lessees — J. C. Williamson, Ltd. THE MOST COLOSSAL, MUSICAL, AND OPERATIC EVENT THAT HAS EVER BEEN PRESENTED IN THE DOMINION. NEXT SATURDAY NIGHT NEXT SATURDAY NIGHT NEXT SATURDAY NIGHT (For Five Nights Only.) First Performance in Wellington of th» Parisian Novelty, in Three Acts, "THE GIRL IN THE TAXI." "THE GIRL IN THE TAXI." "THE GIRL IN THE TAXI." "THE GIRB IN THE TAXI." '{THE GIRL IN THE TAXI." jTOR FUN AND FORGETFULNESS IT EXCEEDS THE SPEED LIMIT. A THREE HOURS' JOY RIDE. Presented by * J C. WILLIAMSON, LTD'S. " NEW ENGLISH ' MUSICAL COMEDY COMPANY, Notable Cast of New English Artists, Including C. H. WORKMAN ... - . Comedian W. H. RAWLINS " • Comedian CHRIS. WREN Comedian FIELD FISHER. .. „ Comedian HUGH HUNTLEY Comedian ALFRED FRITH Comedian FRED. MAGUIRE Comedian PAUL PLUNKET Baritone GWEN. HUGHES - Ingenue DAISY YATES Comedienne HELEN HOBSON Soubrette FLORENCE VIE Comedienne CECIL BRADLEY . .. Comedienne The Entire Company Direct from the Lyric Theatre, London. Their First Appearnnce Here. And the Popular Favourites, MARIE EATON AND DOROTHY BRUNTON. FRIDAY, 22nd OCTOBER, ' FRIDAY, 22nd OCTOBER, The Same Strong Company will Present the Non-stop Laughter Play, " HIGH JINKS. HIGH JINKS. HIGH JINKS. HIGH JINKS. HIGH JINKS. HIGH JINKS. A Musical Jollity in Three Acts. 'For Four Nights- Only.) The Final Production of the Season, which takes place on WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, 27th and 28th OCTOBER. THE GIRL ON THE FILM. The THE GIRL ON THE FILM. Lively, THE GIRL ON THE FILM. Lilting-, • THE GIRL ON THE FILM. Laughing THE GIRL ON THE FILM. Success. Direct from the Gaiety Theatre, London. " Tho BOX PLANS for the SeasoiTof 11 Nights will be opened at The Bristol Piano Co. next THURSDAY MORNING 'afc 9 o'clock. PRICES— Dress Circle and Reserved Stalls, 6s: Stalls, 3s; GaJlery, Is. (Early Door to Stalls and Gallery, 1» extra). JOHN PAGE, New Century Hall, SUNDAY, 7 p.m. •jy/TACMAHON'S THEATRE. LAST DAY! LAST DAY! The Picture of the Year, GOOD-BYE SUMMER. , ' GOOD-BYE SUMMER. GOOD-BYE SUMMER. A Powerful and Pathetic Dramatisation of Tosti's Immortal Song, in Two Acts. A Film of Tender Sentiment and Infinite Grace. • , Together with "A Thief in the Night" (Lubin drama), "A Lover in Armour" (Keystone comedy), "Clothes Count" (Lubin comedy), Making a Sporting Rifle (interest picture), and the Gaumont Graphic. Prices: 6d and 3d by day, 6d at night, Children under 12 3d. Continuous from 11 a.m. to 10.30 p.m. MONDAY ! MONDAY ! . "A HOUSE OF CARDS!" Pinero's P.owerful Society Drama. "THE MASTER KEY !" (Episode 13.) JOHN PAGE. New Century Hall, SUNDAY. 7 p.m. N.Z. ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS. UA NNUAL EXHIBITION, afc the Art •^ Gallery, WHITMORE-STREET. Open daily from 11 to 5.30, and from 7.30 to 9. Admission Is. Art Union Tickets, Is. fJIOWN HALL CONCERT CHAMBER GRAND CONCERT By ST. JOSEPH'S BOYS' CHOIR AND FRIENDS. MONDAY NEXT, 11th OCTOBER, In Aid of Piano Fund. Concerted and Chorus Work by the Choir, also Dances, Recitations, and Instrumental Items ; and "THE HARMONISTS" QUARTETTE will render 'On the Banks of Allan Water" and "A Kerry Courting." Tickets 2s and Is. r^ONCERT CHAMBER (TOWN HALL) FRIDAY, 15th OCTOBER, . 1915. FAREWELL PIANOFORTE RECITAL By MR. BAXTER BUCKLEY. t Assisted by MRS. WOODWARD And MR. FRANK CHARLTON. Accompanists — Mrs. Queree and Miss Phyllis Hanify. Box Plan Bristol — 3s, 2s, Is. S. LUKE'S CHURCH, WADESTOWN. ANNUAL SALE OF WORK, in the Club Room, Pitt-street, WEDNESDAY, 13th OCTOBER, to be opened at 2.45 p.m., by Lady Kelburn. Grand Concert THURSDAY NIGHT, At. 8. T7IASTBOURNE BOROUGH COUNCIL Jji = FERRY SERVICE. TO RONA BAY AND DAY'S BAY. THE BEST OUTING. TIME-TABLE— SUNDAY. Leave Wellington— lO."3O a.m., 2.30, 5.50, 9.15 p.m. Leave Day's 8ay— 9.15 a.m., 1.15, 5, 8.20 p.m. Leave Rona 8ay— 9.25 a.m., 1.25, 5.10, 8.30 p.m. (Weather and other circumstances permitting). TRAMS to connect with the Ferry Steamer on Sunday Morning leave Newtown 9.55, Brooklyn 9.50, Lyall Bay 9.40, Seatoun 9.40, Vivian-street 10.8. Courls-nay-place 10.5 a.m.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Evening Post, Volume XC, Issue 86, 9 October 1915

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