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pjIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. Direction Ben apd John Fuller. TO-NIGHT At 8. TO-NIGHT New FULLERS' Specialty Vaudeville FULLERS' Company. — 3 NFAV 3 —• — 3 ACTS 3 Patrons will say this is one of the Brightest Shows ever staged at Fullers' Juat arrived by the R.M.S. Marama from 'Frisco under special engagement to Ben and John Fuller, JACK AND MARY GRAHAM, JACK AND MARY GRAHAM, Artists, commencing their Australasian Tour at Wellington. New Ideas, New Comedy, Now Costumes, New Songs. An up-to-date American Vaudeville offering. Another Fuller Headline Act, recently arrived from U.S.A., DICK GARDINER and REVERE NAN, DICK GARDINER and REVERE NAN, In "Bits of Vaudeville." 'A Laughing Act from atait to finish, j Alroady great favourites in Molbourne and Sydnoy, and their clever comedy is sure to please Wellington patrons. Renppoaranco for a short season, THE BROS. VARDELL, In their Sonsational Gymnastic Display and their daring "Slide for Life." J DAISY COOKE, DAISY COOKE, \ JOLLY JOHN LARKIN, Tho Happy Coon. Eddio THE DE TISNES Fifi, Eddie . THE DE TISNES . Fifi, In their Humorous Domostic Episode, "After the Honeymoon." MAUDE COURTNEY AND MR. "C." Tho Perennially Popular Pair. LLOYD AND RAYMOND, Simultaneous Dancers. PHILIP NEWBURY, Tho Renowned PHILIP NEWBURY, Tenor. NELLIE NELLIE KOLLE, KOLLE, Featuring "Feather Your Nest." THE COOKES, Hand-Balancing Extraordinary. PRICES—D.C. nnd 0.5., 2s 7d; Stalls, Is 7d; Upper Circlo, Is Id. Resorvos at tho Bristol (after 5 at Burnett's, next Theatre). rjjWViTHALLTcONCERT CHAMBER Commencing MONDAY, 27th JUNE. Direction C. A. Maedonald. By Arrangement with J. and N. Tait. This is where you laugh, for ' EDGLEY AND DAWE And DAN AGAR, The Riotous Comedy Three from "Sinbad tho Sailor," intend to present to you, the HUMOROUS MUSICAL EXTRAVAGANZA " "ODDS AND ENDS," "ODDS AND ENDS," "ODDS AND ENDS," A Riot of Furious Fun,, Melodies Music, and Dainty Dancing Fresh from a successful London season. With these three , MAGNIFICENT MIRTH-MAKERS ALYS AND FLORENCE WILSON, Acrobatic and toe dancers, who can dance a mummy into admiration. PATSIE HILL AND CLARA WILLIAMS, Supreme Soubrettes, each of whicK is better than tho other. '/'-, ; ALAN SHRIMPTON, The Velvet Baritone. CECILY AUDIBERT,, , Who sings the canaries quiet. : ALF. ROLLESTON, Another Soulful Songster. JUNE DARE, RENE BAGOT, MAE MARTIN (Merry maids whose chic and charm are irresistible), and others who frivoj in such manner as to cajole a sick policeman in a damp mackintosh into laughing. "Ha! Ha! Keep your eye on ray um- | , brella." c PRICES—4s, 3s, 2a, plus Tax. Box Plan opens at Bristol WEDNESDAY MORNING. . FUNERAL CARD. THE Funeral of tho late Sophia Mary Ann Dick will leave her lato Residence, 8, Hill-street, To-morrow, the 21st June, 1921, at-3 p.m., for the Cemqtery, Karori. (Private interment).' Motor Funeral. E. MORRIS, JUN., . Funeral Furnisher and Embalmer, 60, Taranaki-st., and 28, Riddiford-st. Telephone 22-159 (day and night).. FUNERAL CARD. ITttlE friends of the late Donald Allan J- M'Pheo are respectfully invited to attend his funeral, which will leave St.' Mary's Church, Boulcott-st., To-morrow, the 21st June, 1921, at 9.20 a.m., for the Cemetery, Karori. (Motor Funeral. \ j Requiem Mass will be celebrated at 9 I a.m. E. MORRIS, Jun., Funeral JDireetor and Embalm«r, 80, Taranaki-st., and 28, Riddiford-it. Telephone 22-159 (day and night). FUNERAL CARD. THE Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Monaghan are invited to attend the Funeral of their late beloved daughter May, which will leave the Basilica, Hillstreet, To-morrow (Tuosday), 21st June, at 9.30 a.m., for Cemetery, Karori. Requiem Mass 9 a.m. Motor funeral. E. MORRIS, Jun., Undertakers and Embalmers, 60, Taranaki-street. Telephone 22-159 (day and night). THE BRETHREN of Lodge St. Andrew, No. 32, are requested to attend the funoral of our lato Brother, H. Langdon, which will leave his late residence, Brougham-street, TO-MORROW, at 10.30 a.m. sharp. BY COMMAND OF W.MV PACIFIC LODGE, No. 8, U.A.O.D, MEMBERS are respectfully invited to attend "tho Funeral of our late Bro. D". A. M'Pheo, which will leave St. Mary of tho Anguls Ohurch, Bouleott-stroot,'To-morrow, Tuesday, at 9.15 a.m., fpr Kirori Cemetery. , F. MAWHINNEY, Secretary. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. fpHE Architectural Firm of Messrs Hog- -*- gard and Prouso and W. H. Gummer has Dissolved Partnership. Mr. J. Hoggard will carry on his profession at his address, Routh's Buildings, Johnstonst. Messrs. Prouso and Gummer at Norwich Chambers, 111, Customhouse-quay. WANTED— Business Men, ring up 1870 for »U olmscs of Qtß*»l I Priatiuj. Xmm«4>tt« •A.teatjoa, . f

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5, Evening Post, Volume CI, Issue 145, 20 June 1921

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