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XTIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. , Direction Fullers' Vaudeville, Ltd. TO-NIGHT, at 8. SATURDAY, 2.30. Unprecedented Success of This Week's Marvellous Programme. A DAZZLING. ARRAY OF THE WORLD'S BEST VAUDEVILLE j NOVELTIES, DRAWING PACKED HOUSES NIGHTLY. New FULLERS' Vaudeville Specialty FULLERS' Company. Special Engagement. -Terrifio success of PERONA, With his PERONA PERONA, piano, accordion, PERONA and unique electric boll novelty. CARLTON MAX! THE Doyen of all CARLTON MAX! Ventriloquists. The Polished NECKELSON Paxisian Prestidigitateur NECKELSON TED STAGPOOLE, SYDNEY JONES, SHARRATT AND LANG, MABLE AND MALFE, ■ AGNES RAWES. MILNER and STOREY ! London's MILNER and STOREY ! Favourite Musical Comedy Sketch Duo. Prices: 2s and Is. Reserves, 6d extra. Booking aji The Bristol Piano Co. ■m/TACMAHON'S ' THEATRES . ACMAHON'S THEATRE SHOWING TO-DAY SHOWING TO-DAY v SIX STERLING PICTUREFEATURES, Headed by \ "A MAN OF GOD!" A vivid story of Three Castaways/ Prices as usual. Continuous from. 11 a.m. to 10.30 p.m. SHORTT'S THEATRE. HORTT'S THEATRE. TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! The Greatest Success • Ever Screened in Wellington. The World's Leading Actress, VALLI VALLI. ! =• ■'' VALLI VALLI. VALLI VALLI. In Metro's Masterpiece, "THE HIGH ROAD!" "THE HIGH ROAD!" "THE HIGH ROAD!" Hours of Screening: 11 a.m., 12.30, 1.55, 3.30, 4.55, 6.25, 7.50, and 9.15 p.m. PEOPLE'S PICTURE PALACE EOPLE'S PICTURE PALACE All the week, Threo STAR Productions, A two-reot photoplay, with a remarkable and appealing story, "THE SOCIAL LION." "THE SOCIAL LION." "THE SOCIAL LION." A three-reel drama, .with a powerfullyacted and gripping plot, "HIS SOUL RECLAIMED." "HIS SOUL RECLAIMED." "HIS SOUL RECLAIMED." A Screaming Keystone Farce, FATTY'S MAGIC PANTS. FATTY'S MAGIC PANTS. FATTY'S MAGIC PANTS. BIG SUPPORTING FEATURES. A RED CROSS DAY ! TO-MORROW (FRIDAY) and SATURDAY, to be opened by the Mayoress (Mrs. Luke), at 10 a.m., at Miss Tendall's Tea Rooms, Featherston-street. Fancy ' Goods, Home-made Sweets and Cakes, Flowers, etc. Fortune Telling and Red Cross Flag Competition. Trentham Band in attendance from 2 to 5 p.m 'Admission Is (including tea). SATURDAY, CAPE CHANTANT, to start 8 p.m." Wellington's Leading Artistes. Admission Two Shillings (including supper).. THE ASSOCIATED BOARD R.A.M. AND R.C.M., LONDON. TCINTRIES f or- Theory close on MONJU DAY, Ist MAY, at the Board's Office, care of The Bristol Piano Co., Lambton-quay. E. 0. GIBBES, Hon. Local Representative. ST. PETER'S PARISH. npHE Annual Meeting of the ParishA- loners will be held on FRIDAY, 28th April, at 8 p.m., in the Schoolroom, Ghuznee-street. ! H. WATSON,' Vicar. Business: Annual Statement of Accounts Election of Church Wardens, Vestry, and Auditors ' And General. TO MILK SUPPLIERS AND VENDORS. f SHOULD bo glad if the Dairy Farmers supplying milk (either direct to consumers or through vendors) and the City Milk Vendors will meet me in Conference, in the Mayor's 'Room, Town •Hall, on MONDAY EVENING NEXT, tho Ist proximo, at 8 o'clock, to consider the question of-.tho price' of milk and matters connected therewith. 1 JOHN P. LUKE, Mayor. 27th April, 1916. - WELLINGTON HARBOUR BOARD. ADDITIONAL BYLAW. THIS IS TO CERTIFY that at a Special Meeting of tho Wellington Harbour Board, hold on WEDNESDAY, tho 26th day of'APRIL, 1916, at eight o'clock in the evening, certain amendments to the General Bylaws of the Board were submitted to, adopted, and pa-ssed by the said Board, and that such amendments to tho bylaws are to come into force on tho Ist day of May, 1916. Such amendments to the bylaws havo been printed and lie open for inspection at tho Offices of tho Board during office hours. • The said Bylaw Amendments relate to and are in respect of— Inward and Outward and Transhipment, Wharfage and Labour, and Harbour Improvement Bate. Dated tho 27th day of April, 1916. H. E. NICHOLLS, Secretary. Harbour Board Offices, Wellington, New Zealand. WARNING. nnHE public is Warned against negotiatJL ing Cheque No. 6640, drawn by Jackson and Co. for £10, on the National Bank of New Zealand, Ltd., To Aro, payment of which baa beon stopped. JACKSON AND CO., jMvois-nua.v and Cnha-B.tr.eet.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Post, Volume XCI, Issue 99, 27 April 1916

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Evening Post, Volume XCI, Issue 99, 27 April 1916

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