AMUSEMENTS. JJOYAL ALBURT. BALL. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. AND EVERT EVENING. THE PEOPLE'S FAVOURITES. THE ROYAL PICTURES. THE ROYAL PICTURES. THE ROYAL PICTURES. Repetition, of a Magnificent Programme. TO-NIGHT—BALATHON. A Magnificent Scenic Study. TO-NIGHT—THE HOOLIGANS. A Stirring Drama. TO-NIG HT—T*I : iE INCENDIARY". TO-NIGHT—THE AVENGER. TO-NIGHT—IN CHINA. TO-NIGHT—CASEY JOINS THE DODGE. OUR PRICES — 1/ and 6<L MATINEE, SATURDA.Y. rp I V O L. I X H E A T E B, THE THE EVETJY NIGHT, AT 8. THE PRESENT PROGRAMME. THE A TRIUMPHANT SUCCESS. SHOWING EARTHQUAKE HOME IN SICILY. HOME 1. Shipping Destroyed in Harbour HOME 2. Destruction of the Waterfront HOME 3. Messina in Ruins , Showing the Havoc and Desola■Of tion by the Quake and Fire Of A!so, Of Some Instructive and Edifying Of Series. ENTIRE CHANGE PICTURES. WEDNESDAY. PICTURES. FULL ORCHESTRAL BAND. PICTURES. Conductor, Mr E. Burke. PICTURES. PRICES: PICTURES. 2/, 1/, and 6d. Plan of Reserved Seats at Gilbert's Pharmacy, opposite Reservoir, Newton. SPORTING. AUCKLAND DACING riLUB. AUTUMN M EEI ING, 10th, 12th, and 13th APRIL, 1900. POSTPONEMENT OF DATES OF HANDICAPS AND GENERAL ENTRIES. WEIGHTS for Easter Hnnd'cap, Brighton Hurdles, and Autumn Steeples will be due On FRIDAY, MiRTH 19th. ACCEPTANCES for Those Races, and GENERAL ENTRIES Clotie on FRIDAY, lilith MARCH, by 9 p.m. J. F. HARTLAND, Secretary. MEETINGS. i~IOMPLEX OKE REFINING PROCESS. The Second Annual General Meeting of Shareholders of the above-named Company will be held at Messrs. Burclier and Co.'s offices, Palmerston Buildings. Queen-street, Auckland, on Monday 15th March, at 8 p.m. BUSINESS: To receive Directors' Report and Statement o£ Accounts. To elect Directors and appoint Auditor, a:id any other business which, by Statute, ought to be transacted at this meeting. ALBERT EDWARD BURCHER, Secretary. ELECTORAL. rj\O THE ELECTORS OF MANUKAU. We, the undersigned, beg to thank the Electors lor the honour they have conferred upun us In selecting us to fulfil the office of Licensing Commissioners. Our aim will be to carry into effect the wish of the public, so definitely expressed at the recent polls, au-j we will endeavour to so perform our dalles as to gain the confldence of all. W. G. SCOTT. W. WESTNEY. U. 11. FLEMING. J. FLANAGAN. D. HATTAWAY. 58 iwsxraANcs. -VTEW 2 EALAND "INSURANCE COMPANY, X IMITED. XJ TIRE, MARINE, ACCIDENT, GUARANTEE, PLATE GLASS BURGLARY, LIVE STOCK CAriTAL £1,500,000 PAID-UP CAPITAL, RESERVE, AXD REINSURANCE FUND <p (?OA C\C\C\ CLAIMS MET WITH TROMPTITUDE AND LIBERALITY. Fire and Marine Brunch: G. N. PIERCE, Manager. Accident Branch: H. A. MARKINER, Manager.
PIANOS, ORGANS, Etc. TOIANOS AXD ORGANS Exchanged for J- Better Ones. — English aud Foreign Piano Agency Ltd. S. Coldicutt, Manager. P I A No S. I have for Sale SIX PIANOS just landed (ex Marere), from the Manufacturers. Will be disposed of to Cash Buyers at INDENT PRICES, thereby saving them forty per ceut for retailers' profits. PRICES RUN FROM £34 T0 £65. Every Instrument is guaranteed, and Is the work of the Leading Manufacturers of the World. These same instruments in the retail would be sold from FlHy to Ninety Guineas. For inspection and further particulars, apply to— Q.KO. ABBOTT, INDENT AGENT, 27 AND 2S, CITY CHAMBERS, COR. QUEEN AND VICTORIA STS.. CITY N.Z. Representative for Blankenstein, Ltd. EAND F. PIANO AGENCY, LTD., are • showing the Fluest Stocii of Pianos and Crgaus in N.Z. Comyaie our Price Lists. THE /CHANCE OF A T IFETIME. \j JLv 25 P- IANOSBY BRITISH AND CONTINENTAL MAKERS. ALL OF HIGHEST REPUTE. The above Rords have boen consigned to us. Owing to shortage of floor syace, we are obliged to quit consignment as soon as possible. The prices are Quite 40 per cent below any pimios of the saina standard olleied in this city. INSPECTION INVITED. ■\- ALTER "CI T)ARBY, DARBY-ST., AUCKLAND. M9B T>LEYEL PIANOS, Horizontal and UpJ- right. — Sole Agents, English and Foreign Piano Agency, Ltd. — S. Coldicutt, Manager. PIANOS AND ORGANS. — Worm's Leading Makers. Sale,' Hire, or Kichnnge. Call and Inspect. — F. Moore and Co., next Bmeeton's.
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