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t-onimencine land, ThS'lfi^, * tlm a e J n New Zea. Incidents of the earl" D |i y f o d f f, c f ° aatlo ?»» Australian Gddflela" entltlea "A MINER'S TRDST" ' : A MINER'S TRUST" A MINER'S, TRDST> ' \ A MINER'S. TRUST" By JO SMITH JaS&° Ye ri «ben J. Beatl, y Joe Brown . Haloid S. Lewis' O'Grady . J - R - Howard Paddy Prere". ■■.'.■" j G - _ H . "Emery Mansfield . : "- S?? Chateau Boyle '■■■■ •; F - "Walters Sampson ?• A - Fenton" Kate Gaffney''■.■■. "itJn 2? Ree4 Alan THE pLS^;/ Herbe " V«4 Mr Probit f""'; *a, Co »W Oaptain Medway Le ? l e ' Algernon Fairburn J - »■ Howard Bill Bobstay '" : «ri nc^, V!,na " Barney Br/ue .. j;" f"^§P Sir John Everett . Vp r e > ntoa Lady Everett- . Egings, Victoria. Australia. ScenV ll' c!". : tenor of the California Arms. Scene ni • Room In the California Arms. ■ ". ; ACT I. — Scene I.: Captain Med*aV«Garden on the English Coast alea ™« m 1!" ~, Sc !? e - l ' : Anteroom in Can. tain Mcd way's H.mse. Scene II •-mL North Point. The Great Wreck ScenV nr? sentlng the most realistic and vivid sS ever produced. °<* ne .

Play produced by C. R STANFfmn ' 6d P S S ~ 3A 2A and V ™T O - v lns°Pe^ 1 1/ at Wildman and Arey's, BookDay Sale,' H.M. Cafe. .. . Representative, PRANK LBVT: ST ' r~ w cheek notion—E. and a TENDERS. T EN -?v E -? S for Cuttta S and Lopping about Mr: L. |lkSr s | • T ° B U I L D -B B -£-.- H, Te ?-?£ S , wl!i be receiv ed until noon o£ tne l< th met., for Shifting Old Stabling and Erecting New, also.Fifteen Chains To!:_ R. KEALS AND SONS, Architects. 153 X ° bvi l pc a~a. Tenders are invited for a Week-end Cottage at Tamaki West, until noon Store* Jol'da '. ■;.. , - : .. ADBS. WISEMAN; '■ Architect, Fort-st V O PA I .M .T B RS.' PAINTING A HOUSE-AT EIiIiBSSLIE. TENDERS for .the above will tie receives until Noon of MONDAY, USai. March. GEIRALD B, JONES, ~, ' AiTchlteet. Secnirity Buildings. ;■ ' . :" rp O BUILD B E a. HOUSE, GRAND VIEW-RD. '{OFF-GEESBM' LANE), HEirtJEKA. . Tenders for the above will be received up to Noon THURSDAY, March 25th. : , B. C. CHIL.WEL.L; A.R.1.8.A..,----■Strand Arcade. Architect mo contra o to b a. TENDERS are inrited COSJ V SmtiUTKKS OF A WATER EESEttVpiß';. at CSaptain Cook Brewery, NewmarUet. Brawiqjfes, Specification, aud General Con. , ditions may be seen at ths office of the undersigned, and Tenders will be received - by him until Noon of TUESDAY, :3r4 ■llajch Inst. JAIIES STBWAKT, Civil ißngineer.----27, Shortlaud-st., 11th March, 1909.:'• _'". •T>-E!MUEKA ROAD BOABIJ, FORIIATION OF ASCOT-AVEKTJE. ■ Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to MONDAY, the 22nd inst, at 4 p.m., for Formation and Metalling Ascotavenue. Drawings and Specifications may be seen at Mr. H. M. Wilson's Office. Falmerston Buildings, and at the Bemuera Road Board Office. W. J. DINMSON, Clerk. March 15th, 1909. __. ' AUCKLAND POST OFFXOB. Fresh Tenders will te received at tto Office until Noon of THURSDAY, BUI April, for the Erection of the above ■ build-:. ins They are to be addressed to tte Minister of Public Works, and markedlon the outside "Tender for Auckland Post Office." Telegraphic tenders, similaxlf marked and addressed, will be considered, if presented at any telegraph office W Noon of the same date, provided that written tenders are lodged at any Public Worts District Office by the same hour. Drawings, specification, and conditions, of contract may be seen at the Public Works Offices, Auckland, Wellington, ChrlstchuLch, and Dunedln. The lowest or iiuy tender not necessarily accepted. JOHN CAMPBELL. Government Architect Public Works Office. Wellington, 4th March, 1009. PUBLIC WuKKS STORES STTPPM CONXUaCTS, UWO-1002. Tenders will be received at the Public Works Office, Auckland. Wellinßton. A elsou, Wesiport, Ureyniuuth, Christehuvcli, und Duueilin, until Noon of TChSDAI, 30th March, ISO 9, for the Supply and Ueliverv at various centres throughout the Dominion of Ironmongery, Ship chandlery. Paints, Cement. Tents, Explosives, aua other Stores, for a period of three years from Ist May, 1800. Tenders are to be addressed to the Minister of Public Tvo'tsand marked on the outside "Tender ror ■Stores." Specifications, conditions, ami schedule ' may be seen at fae above-mentioned »ffl and nt tiie Survey Offices. Gkborre, .I*l. t!kn, and Invercargill. The lowest or miy ic-uuei- not uecessiirily accepted. i:. V.-. UOLME3, Eut'iueer-lu-Chlcf. A. B. H KI!KOU,, AIiCHITECT, 10, NATIONAL CiiAMISEKS, S«-auson-st., Av.L-klar.d. 'Phone 2510, Financial Aaslstniico_glveii 'f required. Mlt^ " - ' ' i

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 8 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 63, 15 March 1909

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