TTIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. A CAPACITY HOLIDAY AUDIENCE Received Our New and Gigantio PROGRAMME LAST NIGHT WITH UNUSUAL ENTHUSIASM AND APPLAUSE. New ' FULLERS' Vaudeville Specialty FULLERS' Company. Special Engagement. Terrifio success of ■PERONA, With his PERONA PERONA, piano, accordion, PERONA and unique electric bell novelty.. CARLTON MAX! THE Doyen of all CARLTON MAX! Ventriloquists. The polished NECHELSON Parisian Prestidigato'ur NECHELSON TED STAGPOOLE, SYDNEY JONES, SHARRATT AND LANG, MABLE AND MALFE, . AGNES RAWES. MILNER and STOREY ! London's MILNER and STOREY ! Favourite Musical Comedy Skotch Duo. Prices: 2s and Is. Reserves, 6d extra. Booking at The Bristol Piano Co. IMPORTANT NOTICE! IMPORTANT. NOTICE ! BOX PLAN WILL BE OPEN AT THE THEATRE TO-DAY FROM 10 A.M. TO 6 P.M. BOX PLAN WILL BE OPEN AT THE THEATRE TO-DAY FROM 10 A.M. T0,6 P.M. WHEN WILL THEIR GLORY FADE*? We start To-day (Anzac D_ay), at 4.30 p.m. At EVERYBODY'S. VERYBODY'S. Wellington Knows a Good Thing! Seething crowds thronged the ticket box all" day clamouring for admission to see THE PICTURE DRAMA OF THE YEAR, A Superior London Film Play, FEATURING THE STAR PLAYERS. Elaborate picturisation of H. A. Vachell'6 Great Book. 6000 ft *In Six Parts 6000 ft "JELFS!" "JELFS!" The vigorous and alert rancher from Canada's Plains made a distinct impression on the financial and social world of London when he took charge of Jelf's bank. "JELFS!" "JELFS!" Is a story that hits you with its direct quick changing action. The scenes are ■ bright and stirring, and the romantic side ! of the play is prominent. "JELFS!" "JELFS!" Has a splendid sporting scene. The race scenes at Ascot are eimply perfect. HENRY AINLEY, HENRY AINLEY, As Jelf, repeats the success he achieved in "The Prisoner of Zenda" and "Rupert of Hentzau." "JELFS !" "JELFS!" A most briliant drama. Will eurely take the town by storm. GAUMONT GRAPHIC (Topical). Tea free in D.C. at Day Sessions. Prices—Day Seesiom, Stalls 3d, D.C. 6d. Night, 6d everywhere. "r\UR BRITISH NAVY." yj' The Success of the Hour. TOWN HALL. TOWN HALL. TO-MORROW NIGHT ONLY. Owing to the Hall being engaged for Anzac DAY, ' "OUR BRITISH NAVY," "OUR BRITISH NAVY,". With "THE WIFE," And Other Strong .Supporting Features. PRICES—ONE SHILLING all over the house. Children Half-price. Start at 8 p.m. Undor the direction of Mr. Charles I MacMahon. RITANNIA THEATRE; ' RITANNIA THEATRE, All the Week. An EXTRAORDINARY ATTRACTION. Everybody's favourite actress, CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG - CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG' . CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG! In a fascinating comedy-drama, "MARRYING MONEY." "MARRYING MONEY." "MARRYING MONEY." "MARRYING MONEY." "MARRYING MONEY." "MARRYING MONEY." BIG SUPPORTING FEATPRES. POULTRY CONFERENCE., TO-DAY—TUESDAY. THE Sixth Annual Conference of the N.Z. Poultry Association is now being held at the Masonic Hall, Boulcottstrcet. Daily Sessions 10 to 1, 2 to 5, 8 to 10. Poultrymen cordially invited. Interesting discussions. Educative addresses. No charge for admission. Come, and join in. Programmes and particulars, J. B. MERRETT, Secretary N.Z. Poultry Association. TtTARLBOROUGH RACING CLUB. lfX - NOMINATIONS For . AUTUMN MEETING CLOSE TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY), 26th APRIL. L. GRIFFITHS, Secretary, Blenheim. MIRAMAR BOROUGH COUNCIL. NOTICE. A MEETING of the Electors of the Borough of Miramar will be held in the Miramar Town Hall, on WEDNESDAY NEXT, the 26th instant, at 8 p.m., to discuss the Amalgamation Proposal. F. TOWNSEND, Mayor. Council Office, Broadway, 20th April, 1916. rTTHE Annual Meeting of the Richmond Free Kindergarten Union will bs held in the Council Chamber, Town Hall, TUESDAY, 2nd MAY, 8 p.m. His Worehip the Mayor in the chair. MARY SEATON, Hon., Sec. PARISH OF ST. MARK. THE Annual Meeting of Parishioners will be held in the Schoolroom, on WEDNESDAY, 26th APRIL, at 8 p.m. Business:—Adoption of Reports and Balance-sheets, Election of Church Officers, General. , W. H. MADELEY, W. J. GAUDIN, Churchwardens. finHE Annual Meeting of "Wellington ■*■ Ladies' Christian Association, Alexandra and Levin Homes, will be held in St. John's Schoolroom, Dixoh-strcet, on THURSDAY, the 27th APRIL, at. 3 p.m. Dotc*v»lm> opp.na nbove do.t'
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