MEETINGS AND AMUSEMENTS. LPriUCTRIC THEATRE. FORESTERS' HALL. THOMPSON - PAYNE PICTURES. AND T.-P. ORCHESTRA. THE PEOPLE'S PERMANENT PIONEER PICTURE PALACE. TO-NIGHT. At 8, TO-NIGHT. The Realism of. Picturedoih. The Furore ; of N.Z. THE'SWORD OF FATE. Duske's laTHE SWORD OF FATE, test & greatTHE SWORD OF FATE, est sensatTHE SWORD OF FATE. ion. .3000 ft THE SWORD OF FATE, of sensation THE SWORD OF FATE. & thrill. A THE SWORD OF FATE, special feaTHE SWORD OF FATE, ture which THE SWORD OF FATE, has taken THE SWORD OF FATE, the picture THE SWORD OF FATE, world by THE SWORD OF FATE, storm. A Great Treble Bill. THE VILLAGE VIXEN. THE VILLAGE VIXEN. THE VILLAGE VIXEN. THE VILLAGE VIXEN. Kalem's Featuring of Jane Wolfe. WOMAN OF ARIZONA. WOMAN OF ARIZONA. WOMAN OF ARIZONA. WOMAN OF ARIZONA. Essiinay's mast powerful theituv. HIS LIFE. HIS LIFE. Lubin's story of homo aud mother. HELPING JOHN. HELPING JOHN. Edison's Electric Comedy. BETTY FOOLS THE DAD. BETTY FOOLS THE DAD. Gladys Wane's Selig Debut. A Programme for the Million. All those, and others, including: RUBE'S MISTAKE, COSSACKS IN THE URAL COUNTRY. A VOYAGE TITKOUGII TURK E V,' NAUTICAL , SPORTS, PATHE GAZETTE, FATTY HAS GOOD LUNGS, WHAT A TIME.A Selection to suit Everyone. MANAG3RIAL. We Leg- to in form our patrons that thorn is no , foundation for the bluff that :i certain film firm has secured sole rights to ;i large number of makers of films, and we challenge this statement to be refuted. We ran, <md will get and show, any make of film as we require it." JZ"NOX AND LANSDOWNE SUNDAY SCHOOLS. Aft3iMUAL PICNIC, TO-MORROW (THURSDAY), lln Grounds of Mr Robert .Tohnstone, J HOME BUSH. Drags leave Lansdowne School at 10 a . in. !' "d 2p. ni 4 Kiiox School: 10.MO a.m. and 2.15 p. m. Children convoyed free; Adults (3d each way. PRESBYTERIAN MEN'S XV SOCIETY. GRAND SALE OF WORK AND VARIETY ENTERTAINMENT. In aid of the Cadet Corps and Men's Society. In KNOX HALL, commencing 2 p.m. THURSDAY, FEB. 13th, 1913. STALLS. SIDE SHOWS. CONCERT IN THE EVENING. Etc., Etc. Mastertou Pipe Band in Attendance. COME A' Til , GIT HER. Admission Free. KURIPUNI. FORGET the GARDEN PARTY to be held in SOLWAY'S Lovely Grounds, on JANUARY 30th, 1913, at 2.30, in aid of the Kuripuni Methodist Young Ladies' Bible Class New Room. PLENTY OF AMUSEMENT. TICKETS Is, including Afternon Tea. Shoulil the weather be unfavourable in the afternoon, the gathering will bo held in the Schoolroom in the evening, at 7.30. __ iVfASTEETON A. AND" FT ASSO- | ITJ - CIATION'S 26th ANNUAL EXHIBITION. THE LEADING NORTH ISLAND STOCK SPIOW. |, FEBRUARY 18th & 19tli. Entries Close February Ist. BAM AMD EWE FAIR. FEBRUARY 20th & 21st. ENTRIES 'JLOSE FEB. 3rd. . GRAND DISPLAY of Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, Dogs, Produce, and Horticultural Exhibits. Jumping, Judging and Guessing Competitions. £1000 OFFERED IN CASH PRIZES. 70 Acres of ideal picnic grounds; Native bush; running streams; shady nooks. Hot Water supplied gratis for picnics. Railway siding and holding paddocks at Showground gates. Schedules and full particulars on application to — J. B. EMMETT, Secretary, Masterton, I Or Secretaries of kindred societies. tt7a n nevirke show entries,.- ■■ i CLOSE ON ; WEDNESDAY NEXT, 29tn January. SCHEDULES and all information in the meantime may be obtained from F. C STUBBS, , Secretary.
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Wairarapa Daily Times, Volume LXIV, Issue 11578, 29 January 1913
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