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1 . MAJESTIC THEATRE. ;

"Fisher's G host," a' Longford-Lycll . pic- ture, which is being shown at. the Majes- tic, tells the story of the murder of Fredeiick Fisher, near Campbelltown, New South. Wales. Fisher was a bachelor, and led'a lonely life, brightened only by his , friendship "with" GeOige' Worral!. Worrell ! .persuaded''" 1rs friend to take .a .trip to

England to see his relations, and he went, leaving the management of Ih'b farm to Worrall. A few months afterward Wor- ral! shows to the local estate agent . ii letter from Fisher; stating that ho hits decided not to return to Australia, and asking his friend, Worral), to sell off all his (Fisher's) property. ' Then one day Fisher's ghost is been sitting on a fence, and as a result, of.'its disclosures Worrall is charged with murder. He is found guilty and hanged. The Christmas panto- mime, "Robinson Crusoe," will be pre- sented, on Saturday. .TJio. east is as fol-

lows:'-"Bobinson Crusoe," Jean Findlay; "Polly Perkins." Maida Jones; "Will' Aitkins." Berenice Berg; "Jim Rudd" and "Tim Tucker," Doris Whimp and" Carrie A'tkin; "Capt. Jack Rogers," Donna Toppin; "Fairy Queen," Naomi Beasley; "Man Friday," Joan .Harding; "Dame Crusoe," Arline Patterson. Supported by ' Elsie "Antonelli (dancer), Thora Bishop

(dancer), Hilda Nong. Doiothy Steer,

Joyce "Phillips, /Dorothy Nevin, Grace Bromley, Nellie Money, ? Joy Alward (specialty artist), and Nellie Unwin (aqua- marine). The box plan is at Paling's and the theatre. _

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