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TTIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. Direction Fullers' Vaudeville, Ltd. TO-NIGHT! At 8. TO-NIGHT! Now FULLERS' Vaudeville Speoialty FULLERS' Company Terrifio Success Nightly of CARLTON MAX Tho Doyen of all CARLTON MAX Ventriloquists. TED STAGPOOLE. SYDNEY JONES. AGNES RAWES. SHARRATT AND LANG Last Appearance of PERONA, NECKELSON. MABLE AND MALFE MILNER and STOREY, London's MILNERand STOREY, Favourite Musical Comedy Sketch Duo. Prices: 2s and Is. Reserves, 6d extra. Booking at The Bristol Piano Co. Box Plan at Theatre after 1 p.m. arid until 6. MACMAHON'S THEATRE. ACMAHON'S THEATRE NOW SHOWING. SHOWING NOW. Six Sterling Pictures, headed by "A MAN OF GOD!" MONDAY. „ j An Entire Change, headed by "THE .YANKEE FROM THE WEST!" Prices as usuaJ. Continuous from 11 a.m. to 10.30 p.m. MONDAY NEXT. MONDAY NEXT. AT SHORTT'S THEATRE. HORTT'S THEATRE. 'A Metro. Sensation, In Five Acts, "THE HEART OF A PAINTED WOMAN!" "THE HEART OF A PAINTED WOMAN!". "THE HEART OF A PAINTED WOMAN!" Featuring ' The Sarah Bernhardt of the Photo-play, OLGA PETROVA. OLGA PETROVA. OLGA PETROVA. OLGA PETROVA. "THE HEART OF A PAINTED WOMAN!" "THE HEART OF A PAINTED WOMAN!" Five Acts of Superb Dramatic Action. ULLERS' STAR PICTURES, Newtown TO-NIGHT—6OOOft Lasky Drama "THE ARAB." "THE ARAB." "THE ARAB." "THE ARAB." Screening exclusively at this theatre. Lyall Bay and Kilbirnie residents, take advantage of new tram route to see "THE ARAB." MONDAY, /**!®^\ SUNDAY CONCERT. SUNDAY CONCERT. HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. 6, Courtenay-place. TO-MORROW (SUNDAY), 30th "APRIL, At 8.15 p.m. N.Z. NATIVES' ASSOCIATION BAND (Lato Garrison). Winners of 17 Championship Prizes. BAND will playContest March—"Northumbrian" Rimmer Selection—" Gams of Tschaikowsky," Arranged by E. Swift Cornet Duet—" Badinage " Rimmer Messrs. Robinson and M'Masters. Indian Intermezzo—" Aisha " . Lindsay Quickstep—"Raise tho Flag" Mackie-Beyer MR. REGINALD G. BLOW, L.R.A.M., will sing— "Thou Ait Passing Hence" ... Sullivan "Hymn o£ Action" Daviee MR. F. R. JOHNSTONE ('Cello Solo- . • ist) will play— "Priere" Squire MASTER J. RIDLER (Violinist, pupil of Mr. H. P Clarko) will play— "Dream Thoughts" Moss Musical Director —Lieut. T. Herd. 'Accompanist—Mrs F. R. Johnstone. Silver Coin Collection. Admission Free. As the Band is much in need of funds, natrons are respectfully asked to contribute as freely^as possible. Piano kindly lent by Bristol Piano Co. Social" democratic party. . alexandra hall. may day may day celebation SUNDAY, 30th APRIL, At 8 p.m. Speakers: F. Cook (National President), T. Brindle, H. E. Holland, C. Medeima, Mrs. Donaldson. MAY DAY SOCIAL, ALEXANDRA HALL, MONDAY, Ist MAY, at 8 p.m. Tickets, Is. BAND. NZ. NATIVES' ASSOCIATION ♦ BAND AT BOTANICAL GAEDENS, TO-MORROW (SUNDAY), at 3 p.m. S~"~T THOMAS'S CHURCH, Wellington South. HARVEST THANKSGIVING. SUNDAY, 30th APRIL, 1916. 7.50 a.m. —Litany j 8 a.m. —Holy Communion. 11 a.m. —Matins and Sermon. 7 p.m.—Evensong and Sermon. Preach- i or: Rev. C. H. Harvey, M.A., Vicar of Wadestown and Northland. E~ ASTBOURNE BOROUGH COUNCIL FERRY SERVICE. TO RONA BAY AND DAY'S BAY. THE BEST OUTING. TIME-TABLE—SUNDAY. Leave Wellington—lo.3o a.m., 2.50, 5.50, 1 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 Newtovrn 9.55, Brooklyn 9.50, Lyall Bay 9.40, Seatoun 9.40, Vivian-street 10.8. Courto-nay-place 10.5 a.m. Tjl ASTBOURNE BOROUGH COUNCIL STEAM FERRY SERVICE To DAY'S BAY, RONA BAY, AND MURITAI SUNDAY, 30th INST Leave Wellington—lo.3o a.m , 2.30, 5.50, 9.15 p.m. Leave Day'B 8ay—9.15 a.m., 1.15, 5,0, 8.20 p.m. Leave Ron* 8ay—9.26 a-m., 1.28, &.10, 5.30 pjn.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Post, Volume XCI, Issue 101, 29 April 1916

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Evening Post, Volume XCI, Issue 101, 29 April 1916

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