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I "LIGHTNIN'" BOX PLANS.—PIans i for the Final Three Evening repreeentaI tions of "Lightnin" " are now open. Scats 1 may be reserved at Ned Perry'a, where Ticket* for the Early Door Stalls and Gal-. lery may also be purchased. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. Direction J. C. Williamson, Ltd. Manager John Farrell. "LIGHTNIN'!" ; Has Achieved the Greatest' Success yet known in the Theatrical History of Wellington. ■ THIS EVEN.ING, at 8, ' And on MONDAY and TUESDAY, 1 J. C. WILLIAMSON, LTD., - Present for the L»3t Four occasions JOHN D. O'HARA, DIANA WILSON, FREDERICK ESMELTON, .ROBT. TOMS, JOHN BECK, . And an Incomparable Supporting Company, in "LIGIITNIN' !"■ ■ '■ ; "MGETNIN 1'" '."■•.' _ "LIGHTNIN 1!" "LIGHTNIN'!". Most delightful, most enthralling, most bumcn. and most intensely interesting romantic- oomedy-draaia this generation has produced. Plans et The Bristol until noon; afterwards aeatß may be reserved at Ned Perry's, where day aales may also be obtained." Prices: D.C. and R.S., 7s 3d; Stalls, 3s 8d; Gallery, Is 7d.: Etrly Door Stalls and Gallery, Is extra. .AH prices include Amusement Tax. HORTT'S THEATRE. HORTTfS THEATRE. TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! An Exceptional Attraction — The Idol of the Screen, BESSIE LOVE. BESSIE LOVE. BESSIE LOVE. . BESSIE LOVE. In a. Magnificent Picture of Life in a Great City— "A FIGHTING COLLEEN!" "A FIGHTING COLLEEN!" . "A FIGHTING COLLEEN !"- The Bicture that made BESSIE LOVE famous. A Fight to a Finish—But She Won. . you have seen Mary Pickford in "Caddy Long Legs," Mabel Normand in ■ ' - "Mickey?" Come and See BESSIE LOVE ' ■ . ' ■ .In ■■"• •■' . ; '. ■ , "A FIGHTING COLLEEN!" And" compare it with'the two great Pictures mentioned above. : It is an Unequalled Picture .Production. BIG SUPPORTING PROGRAMME SCENIC, TOPICAL, and COMEDY. KING'S. The Theatre that ING'S. Sets the Standard. v Debonair, Dashing, Lovable TOM MOORE, TOM MOORE, In The Latest "Goldwyn" Feature, "GO WEST, YOUNG MAN I" "GO WEST, YOUNG MAN I" Also, - . THE PRINCE IN WELLINGTON. Planting "of' Pohutiikkwa Tree; fat "Town ... Hall, etc. .'■ . LESLIE BELCHER, The Pleasing Tenor, will Sing— ;■■ ;■ . 'Come,. Sing: to Me," "Red Rosebud," "Believe Me, If AH Those Endearing ' Young Charms." '■ ' ■■ Also, ■■'•..■•■■■■■ ■ KING'S GRAND ORCHESTRA. Entr'acte, "ZAMPA" (Herold). Prices as usual. . . Plan at Bristol. IS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. IS ' MAJESTY'S THEATRE. SUNDAY EVENING, at 8.15. SUNDAY EVENING, at 8.15. . THE ' WELLINGTON WELLINGTON :. PROFESSIONAL PROFESSIONAL ' " ORCHESTRA, . . . ORCHESTRA, New Zealand's Premier Organisation. 60 PERFORMERS I 50 PERFORMERS ! Conductor—Mr. H. Mosohini. LeaderMr. John Garry. . The following Programme of Musical Masterpieces has been arranged : — .Overture—'Rosamuhde" Schubert "La Mariposa" Diaz Humoreske „-. Dvorak "La Boheme" Puccini "Traumerei" Schumann Suite—"Queen of Sheba" Goldmark ■ Mafohe Slav '. ..'. Tohaikoyeki NOTE.'—-As the Orchestra.is supported entirely by subscriptions and voluntary contributions, the _ Committee urgently appeal to the public to contribute liberally at the dcora. - . - Silver Coin Collection. '. NAZIMOVA, ' the famous Russian actress, in "The Red. Lantern." ..* . OFFICERS' VISIT TO H.M.S. ",.-:. RENOWN. THE Commander of H.M.S. Renown has kindly extended an invitation to all TERRITORIAL and U.L. (b) OFFICERS, • ex-N.Z.E.F. OFFICERS, RESERVE OF OFFICERS and RETIRED LIST, together with their wives, to visit and inspect the ship. The visit will take . place at 10.45 a.m. on SUNDAY, the 9th inst. DRESS-Full Dress (as No. 2 D.H.Q. Instructions) without swords. (Sgd) W. M. BELL, Capt. N.Z.S.C., , r Commander Noi V. Group. SOCIALIST HALL, MANNERS-STREET. ■ SUNDAY, 9th MAY. CiECOND LECTURE BY MR. £2 JAMES DYER. "THE DICTATORSHIP OF THE PROLETARIAT." The'first was good, Hie second is better. VICTORIA 'UNIVERSITY COLLEGE. TEIRIENDS of the Students and the General Public are invited to .witness the Ceremony of Laying the Memorial Stone in Memory of those Students of the College who fell in the war. Hid Exoellency the GovernorGeneral will lay the Memorial Stone at the College at 11 a.m. on THURSDAY, 13th MAY. ' . ; G. G. S. ROBISON, ..Registrar.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Evening Post, Volume XCIX, Issue 109, 8 May 1920

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