HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. The Perfect Play House. TO-NIGHT, at 8. SATURDAY, 2.30. New FULLER'S Vaudeville Specialty FULLER'S Company Australasia's Vaudeville Enterprise. The Merriest and Brightest Combination of Artists yet presented. Merited and Artistic Success of ARMSTRONG AND HOWARTH, The Universal Favourites DELAVALE AND GILBERT, Masters of Merriment. FORD AND DAVIS, Supreme in Song and Refined Comedy. DECAR. Agile Acrobat. DECAR. A .Veritable Triumph Achieved by 1 STERLING AND LOVE. A Musical and Comedy Duo. Last Two Nights of GREAT HENRI FRENCH. PHIL. PERCIVAL. TED RUSSELL. CHARLES AND DANI. VERNON AND SINCLAIR. PRICES: 2s; Is 6d, and Is. Booking at Tho Bristol, 6d extra. Doors 7.15. "OEOPLE'S ■ PICTURE PALACE. -t EOPLE'S PICTURE PALACE. Last TWO Days of MARY PICICFORD, The MARY PICKFORD, MARY PICKFORD, World's MARY PICKFORD MARY PICKFORD, Sweetheart, In a Charming and Brilliant Picture adaptation of Georgo Sands's story, "FANCHON, THE CRICKET!" "FANCHON, THE CRICKET!" "FANCHON, THE CRICKET!" "FANCHON, THE CRICKET!" "FANCHON, THE CRICKET!" COMMENCING MONDAY. A Four-act Famous Player Production, "THE GHOST-BREAKER!" "THE GHOST-BREAKER!" "THE GHOST-BREAKER!" . . "THE GHOST-BREAKER!" "THE GHOST-BREAKER!" A' Remarkable SOCIETY DRAMA, full of Scones of Power and Excitement. gHORTT'S TII E A~T RE. CROWDED TO THE DOORS LAST NIGHT! ' "See:lt To-night! See It To-night! WELLINGTON'S BIGGEST SUCCESS. All-British Military Drama, "THE MAN WHO WENT!" "THE MAN WHO WENT!" "THE MAN WHO WENT!" LATEST WAR JOURNAL. Two-reel '-.Feature" Drama, "JABEY'S CONQUEST!" "JABEY'S CONQUEST!" ■ "JABEY'S CONQUEST!" L. Ko. CJomedy, "THE DOOMED HERO!" "THE DOOMED HERO!" And Others. MONDAY NEXT. MONDAY Five-reel Feature, "THE BUILDER OF BRIDGES!" WELLINGTON CITY COUNCIL. . (PUBLIC LIBRARY LECTURES. THIS (FRIDAY) EVENING, 17th DEC. 1915. A* PUBLIC LECTURE will be given ■"»• in the Concert Chamber of the Town Hall by PROFESSOR KIRK, M.A., F.L.S. ' Subject: "Flies and Public Health." (Illustrated with Lantern Slidos.J Chairman: His 'Worship tho Mayor (J P. Luke, Esq.) ADMISSION FREE. JNO. R, PALMER, , • _. Town Clerk. 14th December, 1915. WHAT SHALL I BUY FOR CHRISTMAS? ;fTIHIS is a problom over which much ■*• thought and care is expended, and yet the giver is not always satisfied that a wise selection has been made. It is so easy to purchase a present which will not give real pleasure or prove of practical, use. To avoid disappointment this year select for the children A NEW PIANO AT BEGG'S. _ If yo^Bo so it will prove to be a sound investment, and one that will give lastin*pleasure and satisfaction for a long while. HIGH-GRADE PIANOS ■ By BRINSMEAD, CHALLEN, GEORGE ROGERS AND SON JUSTIN BROWNE, MOORE AND MOORE, and tho famous French Piano, THE PLEYEL, To select from Your old Piano taken in part.payment. Easy terms arranged. CHAS. BEGG & CO., LTD., MANNERS-ST., WELLINGTON. Branches and Agencies Everywhere. Established 54 Years. CHEAP TYPEWRITERS. "I^TE are offering SPLENDID BARWRITERS^ 8 Second-hand TYPE" ■ / ■ —- Call and inspect. Cash or terms. THE OFFICE APPLIANCE CO., LTD., 17 and 19, Cuba-street, Wellington. 'Phone 1676. WAR RELIEF ASSOCIATION OF . .- ■ ' WELLINGTON. APPOINTMENT TW SECRETARY AND TREASURER, WRITTEN AppUcations will be received up till noon on Tuesday, tho 21st December, 1915. Candidates should give particulars of previous career, and o£ experience in bookkeeping- and secretarial duties, and state if able to write shorthand and use a typewriter. Applications should be accompanied by copies of testimonials and a statement as to when the duties could be entered upon. The gentleman appointed will be required to devote his whole timo to the duties. Salary £300 per annum, paid monthly. WILLIAM FERGUSON, Chairman. 64, Courtenay-place. - " ' TO. PARENTS. THE breaking up of tho achoo'ls will find many Parents o£ young girls anxious about securing- agreeable omploy- . ment for them. Such employment can ; bo obtained at the Clothing and Costume ' Workrooms of The Wellington Woollen Manufacturing Company. Limited, Jer-vois-quay, where, owing to the numerous • marriages of members of the stalf, there i are some vacancies for Apprentices. The ■ wages to begin are 7s 6d per week, with ■ half-j'early increases. Tho work is clean ■ and attractive... The rooms are large and ■well ventilated. All machines aro electrically driven. A matron is in charge of the dining room, where there is a ■ piano, also books, magazines, roof-walk, l etc. Apply The Wellington Woollen Manufacturing Company, Limited. Jer- : ■■■v.oi»ginry, Wellington.
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