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Observer, Volume XXXI, Issue 36, 20 May 1911, Page 9
rpHE THING'S rpHEATRE. End of Pitt-street Penny Section. KABANGAHAPE ROAD. To-night and Every Evening at 8 p.m, Complete Change of Programme Every MONDAY and THURSDAY. GRAND MATINEE EVERY SATURDAY FCLLKR'S T, W arn nWAT i PICTURES ULLER'S BKSI OJf ALh XICTURES SPECIAL REDUCED MATINEE PRICES. D.C. and O S., Is6d ; Stalls, Is ; Back Stalls Od. Reserves W ildman's, 6d extra. QPEBA TTOUBE. VAUDEVILLE AND VARIETIES Every Evening at 8 p.m. CHANGE OF PROGRAMME AND ARTISTS EVERY MONDAY. Huge success of JULES GARKISON And His TWO ROMAN MAIDS. Supported by a Powerful Company. Dress Circle and O S., 2/- ; Stalls, 1/6; Family Circle, 1/-. (Children, half price). Reserves, Wildman and Arey's, ed extra. r P E B A TTOUSE. IMPORTANT MANAGERIAL MONDAY EVENING NEXT. 'Messrs Fuller have much pleasure in introducing to their patrons a GIGANTIC AM VIAL NOVELTY. To arrive direct from New York an J Sydney, and first appearance in N.Z. of BARNOLD'S ANIMAL ACTORS BARNOLD'S ANIMAL AC'IORS BARNOLD'S ANIMAL ACTORS (By arrangement with Harry Rickards, Esq.) The greatest dog and monkey act on earth. The Troupe Consists of 13 DOGS, 8 MONKUYS AND 1 CAT, Headed by the Canine Wonder, DAN THE DRUNKEN DOG DAN THE DRUNKEN DOG Presenting a one act panton.ime A HOT TIME IN DOUVILL.E. The utmost limit of animal sagacity, a delight for young and old, positively to appear MONDAY NEXT, MAY 22. BARNOLD'S ANIMAL ACTORS BARtvOLD'S ANIMAL ACTORS The most txpensive and greatest drawing vaudeville act ever seen in N Z. BARNOLD'S ANIMAL ACTORS BARNOLD'S ANIMAL ACTORS Prices of admission for this season :— Orchestra Stalls 3s, Dress Circle 2s, Stalls Is Booking Fee 6d extra, W ildman and Arey's. BARNOLD'S ANIMA». AuTORS And DAN THE DfcUNKBN DOG. AUCKLAND HOSPITAL AND CHARITABLE AID BOABD. Applications will be received by the Board up to Noon of June 6th for the position of Senior Resident Medical Officer of the Auckland Hospital for a year, at a salary at the rate of £40,1 per annum, and, should the successful applicant be engaged for a second year, then at the rate of £500 per annum, subject to the By laws of the Hospital, and to termination of engagement by three months' notice given by either party. Applicants to state age, qualifications, and whether married or single. H. N. GARLAND, Secretary. High-street, Auckland, May 6,1911.