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AMUSEMENTS. OPERA HOUSE.' Lessees: John Fuller and Sons. ""VI"ATiNEE. ""pVERY {SATURDAY,; At 2.30. FULLER'S . ULLER'S tTTIDE TTI[7ORLD -piCTUBES ''IDE »»O«LD -tICTUREB SPECIAL NEW PICTURES. IF YOU WANT TO SEE IT FIRST, GO TO FULLER'S. THE DATE INDUSTRY. THE RIVAL MESMERISTS. - THE FATAL TELEGRAM. THE IMITATION CRAZE. LIFE ON THE ZAMBESI RIVER, NICK CARTER: EVENING DRESS BANDITS. A PUZZLING ENIGMA. LIFE IN ALGIERS. KIDS' STRIKE. LEAH THE FORSAKEN. THE SHOEMAKER OF KOEPENICK. BUBMAH SCENES, PIERROT'S WOOING. MORE MILK FOR BABY. FRED. STOKES' FULL ORCHESTRA. FAMILY CIRCLE, 6d; STALLS, 1/; ORCH STALLS AND DRESS CIRCLE, 1/6. Children Half-price All Parts. Box Plan at Wlldman'e. Booking Fee, 6d: Q H O R A L -""""J A L L. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NEXT THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NEXT FAREWELL MALLINSON RECITALS. MALLINSON RECITALS. On THURSDAY NEXT, at 8 p.m. THE TIyfALLINSONS. HE -"AaLLUNSONS. v Will render the following WORLD-FAMOUS SONGS:— "Slow, Horses, Slow," "Four by the Clock," "Glorlana," "Baby," "Blood-red Ring," "Servian Girl," "Birthday," "Pastime," "Summertlde," "Dream of a Blessed Spirit," "Valentine," "Mother Mine," "Rosebud," and many others. THURSDAY NEXT. PTices, 4/, 2/6, 1/. Box Plan Wildman and Arey's- . . Broadwood Barless Grand Piano. ENTEN MUSTCALE," given by Joseph Banneker Adger, Choral Ball, Thursday Nig-ht, April 1, 1909. PICNICS, "EXCURSIONS, Etc. A, _*-■ SPECIAL EXCURSION TO *gjgggjj~»' KUAOTUNU. SHAREiHOLD.'j* MOUNTAIN KING GOLD M™ING COMPANY. LIMITED. The s.s. APANUI will leave .Auckland for Kuaotunu on FRIDAY, Marc*i 26, at 10 p.io. Intending visitors xo -Moum-alu King M-lne, or Kuaotunu, can obtain TICKETS on applicatdon to MR. W. GRAY. Hobson Buildings, Shortland-st. As hhe number of tickets are limited, early application is necessary. RETURN FARE, £1. SPOUTING. A VONDALE JOCKEY CLUB. AUTUMN MEETING, 1909. SATURDAY, 24th APRIL, And WEDNESDAY, 2Sth APRIL,. For full particulars, see future advertisements HARRY- H. HAYR. Secretary. "XTEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. PAPAKURA RACES, 20th MARCH, 1909. . A Train, stopping where required, will leave Auckland at 1.20 p.m., Pa-pakura Racecourse arrive 2.25 p.m.. returning leaving Papakura Racecourse 6.40 p.m., Auckland arrive 7.37 p.m. j Return fare from Auckland, Onehunga, and stations en -route, including admission to course: First class 5/, second class 3/. BY ORDER. EDUCATIONAI,. MR. A. DOUGAEL, Teacher of Violin, Piano, Organ, Singing. Stuttering per- '• manently cured.—27, Khyber Pass, near Grafton-rd. 52 W. F. *OOLI0 OLI ' EGE ' Late Instructor Auckland Technical College, has opened TDRIVATE f-ILASSES For Ladies and Gentlemen, to teach, the A RT OF /CUTTING AND TAILORING. A Limited Number of Students can still be enrolled. — For particulars, apply P.O. Box 770. Q JOHN'S /COLLEGIATE QCHOOL. "THE PAH." BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR BOYS. Headmaster: THE REV. P. S. SMALLFIELD. ' Assisted by an Efficient Staff of Resident and Vi3iting Masters. •■ Half Term begins on MONDAY, March 22. Telephone 723. M 312 ' GOLD MINING NOTICES. > mHE PHOENIX GOLD MINING CO., , -*- LIMITED. , All Shares ln the above Company forfeit- '• ed for non-payment of Second Call of One Penny per share, made on January 14th, 1803, will be Sold by Public Auction, by Robert C. Carr, at his Mart, Swanson-street, Auckland, on WEDNESDAY, March 24th, 1809, at 11 a.m.. if the amount of eaU be not paid on or before the previous day. J. STEVENSON, Secretary. rjIRIUMPH GOLD MINING, LTD. All Shares In the above Compauv forfeited fo> non-payment of 6th Call of One i<S5, ny ?,*; r Shar e, made on January 13th, iv??"™™ 1 be sokl b y Public Auction, by ROBERT C. CARR, at his Mart, Swanson,/A Auokla nd, on WEDNESDAY, March 24, 1909, at 11 a.m., if the amount of Call be not paid on or before the previous day. J. STEVENSON, Secretary. , • 1 MEETINGS. 1 — , ZEALAND SOCIALIST 'PARTY. - Being unable to secure the Federal Hall ' for Tuesday night, the Debate between ' Messrs. Win. Richardson and Fitzgerald will be Postponed till some further date. ' MR. FITZGERALD will conduct the j LAST OPiE'N-AJR 3IIEETING at 8 o'clock f THIS EIViE'NING, at Grey -Statue. ipHE AUCKLAND CITIZENS' LEAGUE. } A MEETING OF MEMBERS AND I SUPPORTER'S Will be held in the ST. JAMES' HALL, WELLINGTON-ST., ' '»•">'.; r" X OBJECT: TO DISCUSS THE FRANCHISE OF THE AUCKLAND HARROUR BOARD, and • the CITY OOUNCiiyS BYE-ELECTION. ' Present and prospective members of the Harbour Board heartily invited. Every League member urged to attend, aad bring at least one member. I

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 8 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 64, 16 March 1909

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