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T>OXAL ALBKBT HALL. TO-XIGHT. TO-NIGHT. -AND EVERY EVENING. MATINEE, SATURDAY AFTERNOON. THE ROYAL. PICTURES. , THE ROYAL PICTURES. THE ROYAL PICTURES. SECURE IN THE PUBLIC'S FAVOUR. THE POPULAR PICTORIAL PALACE. ROYAL ALBERT HALL. LAST TWO NIGHTS OF THIS PEEBLE3S PICTORIAL PROGRAMME. COMPLETE CHANGE. COMPLETE CHANGE. EVERY SATURDAY. EVERY SATURDAY. THE BEST THE WORLD OFFERS: OUR ORIGINAL PRICES: ONE SHILLING AND SIXPENCE. T~) A 5f C I l< <T .URS. SOWERBY will re-open her Classes for Ballroom and Fancy Dancing, St. Andrew's Hall, Lower Symonds-street, April 15th. Thursday. S p.m.; Friday 7.30 p.m ; Saturday, 10.30 a.m. and 2 p.m. Epsom Hall, Epsom: Wednesday, 14th, 7.30 p.m For terms, etc.. apply MRS. SOWERBY, Rawhitl, Oiiehun a. M 326 DRAMATIC ART, DEPORTMENT, AND PUBLIC SPEAKING ELOCUTION, all branches. Study under F. Alfred Price, Caxton Chambers, Swan-Boa-st. Postal Address, Box 574, G.P.O. M-Jii BOOTS AND SHOES. T ADIES - TAN SHOES, very smart 11/6-----»-J usual price. 17/6.—James Adam's und Co., opp. Public Library. T ADIES' GLACE BUTTON 1 BOOTS', JU selling at 10/6 to clear the line.-James Adams and Co., oppo. Public Library. T ADIES- GLACE LACE BOOTS clearing at 9/11. round toe and pointed toe - James Adams and Co., opp. Public Library. T ADIES- 1-BAR SHOES. 4/lTTround roei -»-» low heel; Bult indoor or outdoor James Adams ajid Co., opp. Public LJbrary. J ADIES- TAX BUTTON SHOES, round toe, low heel, suit school wear clearing L t ib I ra / r 9 '" _JameS Adams and Co '' °PP- Public T ADIES- WARD SHOEST specially made -L* for comfort, 8/6; our Veil knWn IJbrairv - Adams aad Co - "PP- Public PIANOS, ORGANS, Etc. p 1 A No S. I have for Sale SIX PIANOS just landed (ex Marerej, from the Manufacturers Will be disposed of to Cash Buyers a t INDEVT PRICES, thereby saving them forty ncr cent for retailers' profits, PRICES RUN PROM £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 Fifty to Ninety Guineas. For inspection and further particulars apply to — Q.EO. A BBOTT, INDENT AGE-NT, 27 AND 28, CITY CHAMBERS, COR. QUEEN AND VICTORIA STS., CITY N.Z Representative for Blankenstein, Ltd. "piANO "DARGAINS. gEE jyjODELS JN QUR TX7-INDOW, FROM £32 10/ / CASH. TTIRE /TIERMS FOR /"I OOD TRONT7ARAME "DIANOS, FROM jT*-t MONTH. PIANO BUYERS ARE INVITED TO INSPECT OUR STOCK. mHE TOKDO.N AND "DEBLIN XJIANO r^O., 215 AXD q^e^'-st. W. H. WEBBE Manager. Established ISB6. j> I A X O BARGAIN S. X HIGH GRADE PIANOS FOR SALE and^^^r^h.^ 30 ' £i °- £42 W - F PLAYER ' wlth K. MOORE AND CO.. 67. QUEEN-ST., Next Sme'eton's. HOTELS. rj\KE TTOTBL (THE SETTLERS' FAMILY HOTEL), CORNER QUEEN AND MARKET STS., CITY. Under New Management. Under New Management. "' This Old-established and Popular House has been Thoroughly Renovated Throughout, and now offers Comfortable Accommodation for Boarders. Tariff: 4/6 per day; 25/ weekly. Market Day Luncheon for Farmers, Tuesdays and Fridays. A B'irst-class Meal for 1/. V, V. Campbell Ehrenfried's Champion Pure Ales on Draught. All Wines and Spirits True to Name. No Women Served on the Premises. ARTHUR WHITEHEAD, Proprietor. M 451 GOLD MIXING NOTICES. ROYAL OAK GOLD MINING COMPANY LIMITED. The ORDINARY GENERAL MEETING of the above Company will be held at No. 108, Victoria Arcade, Queen-st., Auckland, on MONDAY, March 20th, 1900, at 12 noon. H. GILFILLAN, Junr., Secretary. Auckland. March 18th, 1000. milE MAY QUEEN GOLD MINING COMi -*- PAXV, LIMITED. A CaII (the 11th) of One Penny per Share has This Day been made by the Directors, payable to the Secretary, at the Company's Office. No. 205. Victoria Arcade. Queen-sr.. Auckland, on THURSDAY, the Sth day of April, 1900. J. W. NICHOL. Secretary. Auckland. March 16, 1909. FOUND SOMETHING GOOD. Clothes last longer, no labour, rubbing, or soakIng, -when WILWOSSH la used. Washing coeti 84.
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