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••- : AMUSEMENTS, y ft. DAYS' .WONDER a y * COMING BY SPECIAL TRAIN. V "CyiRTH "DROS.* GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH, _ OPENING' IN AUCKLAND, STANLEY-ST., MECHANICS' BAY. • With an [ENTIRE NEW CONTINENTAL CIRCUS. SIX (6) NIGHTS ONLY AND THREE I '• MATINEES. OPENING MONDAY, MARCH 22nd, at 8 I _.. P- m - ■ | Doors open- One Hour Earlier, giving time to view the Four Great Menageries combined, including the £1000 GIRAFFE, The First and Only Giraffe Ever in New Zealand. NOTICE. — Following our usual custom of presenting each year something new, ithis season we have outdone all previous I efforts. MR PHILIP WIRTH TOURED THE WORLD 12 months ago in search of Novelties and Special Features, and was I successful in securing a number of this EARTH'S VERY BEST ATTRACTIONS, including a Thousand Pounds Uirafle — the first real live Giraffe ever in New Zealand, etc., etc. NEW EUROPEAN ARTISTS. SIDNEY BROS., Death-defying Cyclists. Looping the Loop in Mid-air without a ■ Loop. LES GROTTONS, Grecian Gladiators, Most Powerful Men on Earth. 3 GAMONS, Spanish Novelty Acrobats; Wonderful Dog. MISS MARGURETE JANDESCHEWSKY, Cyclone Hurdle Rider. ILKET AND JENNY, Neapolitan Equilibrists. RODRIQUEZ BROS., Aerial Ladder Trapeze Marvels. BEBE AND PASTORE, Europe's Greatest Clown and Dummy. OTTO AND EMIL, Eccentric Cemedians. JOHN WELBY COOKE, Champion Jockey A.ct Rider. HERR RUDOLPH MULLE-R, Germany's King of All Wild Animal Trainers. AN ENORMOUS COLLECTION OF PRICELESS WILD BEASTS. A HERD OF SEVEN ELEPHANTS. Whole Dens of FEROCIOUS LIONS, HYENAS, JAGUARS, WOLVES, LEOPARDS, TIGERS, PANTHERS. POLAR BEARS, , WOMBATS, FOXES, BLACK BEARS, MONKEYS, etc., and a BEAUTIFUL TRIO OF LION CUBS, born on the t.s.s. Marama. OUR BEAUTIFUL EQUINES. Sixty Performing Horses and Ponies. LADY MORTON, Holder of the.Australasian Record High Jump, 7ft 3in; also MAORI, Champion Pony Jumper of New Zealand, and CLIFTON, Queensland's Champion High and Long Jumper. PRICES — Reserved Seats 4/; 3/, 2/. Children Half-price. SWIMMING. CJWiIMMING. A 'FIRST-CLASS EVENING'S ENTERTAINMENT at .the PONSONBY SWIMMING CLUB'S GALA, To be held in the ALBiEIRT-STREET BATHS TO-NIGHT (TOEDN.LSDJ.X), With. Oity 'Band in Attendance. Special Seats for Ladies and their Escorts. N. D. CULPAN, Hon. Sec. 57 EDUCATIONAL. TECHNOLOGICAL EXAMINATIONS OF THE CITY AND GUILDS OF LONLON INSTITUTE, AND SCIENCE AND ART EXAMINATIONS OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION, LONDON. Education Department, WelUngton, 10th March, 1909. The above Examination will be conducted by the Education Department, at various centres, about May and June next respectively. Forms of application to be examined may be obtained from the authorities of the local Technical or Art School or Classes, or from the Inspector General of Schools, Wellington. The dates by which applications to be examined must reach the Education Department are: For. the City and Guilds Examinations, Ist April, or, with late fee, 28th April; and for the South Kensington Examinations, 21st May, or, with late lee, 28th May. G. HOGBEN, Inspector-General of Schools. /COSMOPOLITAN /COLLEGE^ 9Q gWANSON OT. DAY AND EVENING CLASSES FOR PREPARATION FOR PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS IN ALL SUBJECTS. Individual Tuition. Hours for separate students. Commercial Training. Classical and Modern Languages. Gregg's Shorthand. Maori. DAYS: Monday to Friday inclusive, 10 to 12, and 2 to 4. EVENINGS: Monday, .Tuesday, and Thursday, 7 to 9. gTOTT AND JJOARE'S, JVUSINESS QOLLEGE, 23, SWANSON-ST. MAURICE R. KEESING, Principal. 5 ABAL AND /CORRESPONDENCE | /CLASSES, conducted by Tl/rAXWELL ■•rcrALKER, M.A, 8.C0m., | For MATRICULATION SOLICITORS' GENERAL KNOW- : LEDGE MEDICAL PRELIMINARY JUNIOR CITTIL SERVICE SENIOR CIVIL SERVICE I TEACHEPS' D CERTIFICATE EXAMINATIONS. Address: 15, TABERNACLE BUILDINGS, Karangahapw-rd. Interview Hours: Tuesday, 3-4; Saturdtys 7-8 p.m. : 3T— /CHELTENHAM COLLEGE, OHUBCH-ST., DEVONPORT, Principal MRS. A. E. DEAN. Half 'Term begins TUESDAY, March 23. STANLEY BAY COLLEGE, DEVONPORT. BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Pupils prepared for Matriculation and [ Civil Service Examinations. Visiting teachers for all extra subjects. The School i s ln a healthy position, close to wharf and | beach. A private 'bus runs from Vicloria-rd. I First Term, 1909. commences TUESDAY, Feb. 9th. PRINCIPAL MISS FENDALL. j Prosnectuses on application. O N S. ¥. JULIAN, OF BRUSSELS, I Teacher of Voice Production and Respiration, has removed to No. 3i, 2nd Floor, City Chambers (take lift). Voice Trial and Prospectus free on application. M 399 R. A. DOUGAEL, Teacher of Violin, Piano, Organ, Singing. Stuttering permanently cured.—27, Khyber Pass, near Grafton-rd. 52 1 S S R E I D hns commenced Classes for Teaching of Practical Dressmaking at her rooms, Wellesley-street. Intending Pupils interviewed between 9 and 10, or 4 aud 5.— Terms on application. M 427 IMPERIAL SYSTEM OF DRESSCUTTING COLLEGE, 25, CITY CHAMBERS. Only Gold Medal at the recent London Exhibition was awarded to the IMPERIAL CHARTS. Classes daily, except Friday Afternoon. Practical Dressmaking taught. Lake Takapuna: Class Friday Afternoons. Intending pupils please communicate with 25, City Chambers. Principal: MISS R. A. BAGLEY, Sole Representative for Imperial Charts. MSO PIANOS AND ORGANS Exchanged for Better Ones. — English and Foreign Piano Agency Ltd. S. Coldlcutt, Manager. LAN OS AND ORGANS. — World's Leading Makers. Sale, Hire, or Exchange. Call and inspect. —F. Moore and Co., next Smeeton'g. LEVEL PIANOS, Horizontal and Upright. — Sole Agents, English and Foreign Piano Agency, Ltd. — S. Coidicutt, Manager.

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 7, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 65, 17 March 1909

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