HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. Direction Fullers' Vaudeville, Ltd. TO-NIGHT, at 8. SATURDAY, 2.30. New FULLERS' Vaudeville Specialty FULLERS' Company Last Three Nights of MAXIMO The MAXIMO MAXIMO Cuban Wonder. MAXIMO In his original and thrilling specialty, THE DRUNK ON THE WISE. Last Three Nights of TED STAGPOOLE, HILDA FELSTED, BATES AND WADE. Enthusiastic Reception of! THE LAMERTS, Whistlers at the Piano. THE MULLANEYS, The clockwork specialty dancers. MONS. NECKELSON, Tho Famous Parisian Prostidigitateur. MURPHY The Garrulous MURPHY ; MURPHY Juggler. MURPHY ELOISE TAYLOR. Prices—D.C; and 0.5.. 2s. Is, Is, Is. STALLS. Is, Is. Is. Is, Is,- Is. STALLS. Is, Is, Is. Is, Is, Is. STALLS. Is, Is. Is. Children Half-price. Booking at The Bristol 6d extra. Doors 7.15. TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! i At DHORTT'S THEATRE. A REMARKABLE PRODUCTION! Mammoth Six-reel Feature. Adapted from GRANT ALLEN'S Famous GRANT ALLEN'S Novel— "THE WOMAN WHO DID!" "THE WOMAN WHO DID!" "THE WOMAN WHO DID!" "THE WOMAN WHO DID!" "THE WOMAN WHO DID!" "THE WOMAN WHO DID!" Featuring that Beautiful and Talented Screen Star, EVE BALFOUR! * EVE BALFOUR! \ EVE BALFOUR! Miss Balfour's qualifications for the part played by her as Horminia are many, not the least of them being that in appearanco Bhe boars an almost startling resemblance to Grant Allen's own description of his heroine. "THE WOMAN WHO DID" Is one of the Greatest Films of the Year. Hours of Screening—ll a.m , 12.45,2.30, 4.15, 6, 7.25, and 8.55 p.m. Intending patrons are advised to bo early. 1916. ACCOUNTANCY EXAMINATIONS. nnHESE are in NOVEMBER NEXT, ■*• which is not so very far distant. Students who are thinking of presenting themselves should start study NOW. Seven months' hard work will ensure success to the man of average ability, but nothing less will do it. The Law Lectures for these Examinations have commenced at BANKS' COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, Woodward-street, And are held as follows: — Bankruptcy Law, 7.30 p.m., Monday. Rights and Duties, 7.30 p.m., Tuesday. | Mercantile Law, 7.30 p.m., Wednesday. Company Law, 7.30 p.m., Thursday. Note the advantages of studying the Accountancy Professional subjects at BANKS'— (a) Full seta of typewritten notes, together with luminous viva-voce instruction. (b) Only experienced, highly qualified, and successful instructors are employed. (c) Lecture hours arranged to suit students' convenience. (d) Central position and accessibility o£ the College. (c) Assurance of success to diligent students. (f) Reasonable fees. For full information, apply to the Director, H. AMOS. Telephone 2098. MAKARA COUNTY COUNCIL. PROPOSAL TO RAISE A SPECIAL LOAN. NOTICE is hereby given that the Makara County. Council, in pursuance of the provisions of "The Local Bodies Loans Act, 1913," and "The Counties Act, 1908," and its amending Acts, proposes to r*ise a Special Loan of £1000 from the Superintendent, State Advances Office, for the purpose and on the conditions hereinafter mentioned: — (a) Such Loan is being raised for the purpose of constructing new bridges to replace those that were destroyed by flood in November, 1915, and repairing damage, caused by the same flood, to other bridges and roads throughout tho Porirua Riding of the Makara County. (b) The amount proposed to be borrowed is £1000. (c) The security for tho said Loan is to be 1-32 of a. penny in the pound, to bo levied upon the rateable value of all rateable property in the Poriruo. Piiding, excepting that portion of tho Riding known as the No. 2 Special-rating Area.—Ngahauranga to Newlands-road Special Eating Area—(vide Now Zealand Gazette, p. 2243, 18th July, 1912), of the Makara County. The Loan is to be repaid in accordance with the provisions of "The Local Bodies Loans Act, 1913," Part 111. (d) It, is proposed to pay out of tho Loon, the cost of raising the .Loan, and tho interest thereon for the lirst year. Dated this second day of March, 1916. WILFRED L. BEECH, County Clerk. FEDERAL AND SHIRE LINES. OPAWA, FROM GLASGOW, MANCHESTER, AND LIVERPOOL. nnHIS Vessel is now entered a.t the -It Customs, and will commence discharging forthwith. Goods impeding the discharge will be landed and stored at risk and expense of consignees. Orders for delivery of cargo will bo issued on production of Bills of Lading and payment of freight (if any). Cargo landed in a damaged condition must bo examined and claim settled before removing^ from tho discharging shed. No claim in respect of goods by this vessel will bo recognised unless made within one month of steamer's arrival at Wellington. NEW ZEALAND AND AFRICAN STEAMSHIP CO., LTD., Agents. _ Captain Barnes will not bo responsible for any debts his crew may contract without his written authority. MONEY TO LEND. T HAVE £2000 for .immediate investmenfc on approved freehold security. CI-lAS. G. ALLAN, 145, Fcathcrston-strect, Wellington. EARTY appetites well appeased with Freeman's Custard. Delightful with stewed fruit and puddings. All grocers.
Permanent link to this item
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Post, Volume XCI, Issue 70, 23 March 1916
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Evening Post, Volume XCI, Issue 70, 23 March 1916
Using This Item
Fairfax Media is the copyright owner for the Evening Post. You can reproduce in-copyright material from this newspaper for non-commercial use under a Creative Commons New Zealand BY-NC-SA licence . This newspaper is not available for commercial use without the consent of Fairfax Media. For advice on reproduction of out-of-copyright material from this newspaper, please refer to the Copyright guide.