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AMUSEMENTS. OP E R A HOUSE : Lessees: John Fuller and Sons. IyjATINEE "pVERY QATURDAY, At 2.30. CHILDREN SIXPENCE TO ALL PARTS. FULLER'S ULLER'S r-CTIDE Y-V7ORLD "PICTURES •VIDE »»ORLD XICTURES ANOTHER NEW PROGRAMME. FROM THE CAPE) TO CAIRO THE ROYALIST'S WIFE. A LOVER'S STRATAGEM. BISCUIT-MAKING. THE ODYSSEY OF A SOLDIER SCENES IN NORTHERN ITALY. 808 THE SCULLION. TOBACCO-GROWING IN BORNEO RIBLE BILL, THE NAILED HAND THE VILLAGERS' QUARREL AN EMBARRASSING PRESENT. A DAY AT THE LONDON ZOO. HEATING" POWDER. FRED. STOKES* FULL ORCHESTRA FAMILY CIRCLE, 6d; STALLS, 1/; ORCH STALLS AND DRESS CIRCLE. 1/6. ' Children Half-price All Parts. Bo- Plan at Wildman's. Booking Fee, 6d. rpHE ' j-iTANAGERIAL -f^OTE. Mr and Mrs Mallinson have had several requests to give n Matinee Recital on WEDNESDAY NEXT' at 3 p.m. The Management desire to state that Mr and Mrs Mallinson will only give the Recital if there are signs of the Auckland public according it a reasonable measure of support. The Box Plan opens This Morning, at 10 a.m., at Wildman and Arey's. Should there be less than 100 seats reserved by Tuesday next at noon, the Management will fee! compelled to abandon the proposed ReeltaL QHORAL JTALL. WEDNESDAY NEXT, at 3 p.m. Another MALLINSON RECITAL. MALLINSON RECITAL. MALLINSON RECITAL. By general request MR AND MRS ALBERT MALLINSON MR AND MRS ALBERT MALLINSON MR AND MRS ALBERT MALLINSON Will give a MATINEE RECITAL, MATINEE RECITAL, WEDNESDAY NEXT, 3 p.m., When they will perform, for the First Time, the Famous SONG CYCLE, "MY GARDEN," In its entirety. "The songs in 'My Garden" are written as If the composer had saturated himself with the words, and had so helped his musicianship to emphasize their meaning with the utmost fidelity of feeling and poetic grace and beauty. The pianoforte accompaniments are so rich and beautiful as to be almost as effective as orchestration which they strongly suggest. They display extraordinary power of descriptive and emotional colouring of the purest character. It would take too much space to recount the many features of interest in this cycle, which is full of loveliness." — "The Examiner." Box Plan Wildman and Arey's. Matinee Prices: 3/, 2/, and 1/. Q DAYS' WONDER jff COMING BY SPECIAL TRAIN. YX7IRTH "DROS.* GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH. Opening in Mammoth New Tents on , MONDAY. MARCH 22, IN AUCKLAND. With an ENTIRE NEW CONTINENTAL CIRCUS. SIX NIGHTS ONLY, AND THREE MATINEES OPENING IN STANLEY-ST-MECHANICS' BAY, At 8 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, this season we have outdone all previous efforts. MR PHILIP WIRTH TOURED THE WORLD 12 months ago In search of Novelties and Special Features, and was successful in securing a number of this EARTHS VERY BEST ATTRACTIONS, including a Thousand Pounds tiiraffe — the first real live Giraffe ever in New Zealand, etc., etc. NEW EUROPEAN ARTISTS. AN ENORMOUS COLLECTION OF PRICELESS WILD BEASTS. OUR BEAUTIFUL EQUINES. Sixty Performing Horses and Ponies. PRICES — 4/, 3/, 2/. Childreu Half-price. | FIRST — MATINEE — TUESDAY. "T ENTEN MUSICALS, " given by Joseph aa Ranneker Adger, Choral "Hall, Thursday ■■■g't, April 1, 1900. 26 ELOCUTION, GESTURE, VOICE UuL. TURE. MADAME ANDERSON Instructs Students of following ProfessionsForensic, Dramatic, Public Readings, Reeitatious and Debates.—Postal Address-— "ACSTRALBION," Seutinel-rd., Ponsonby j QNLHUNGA Skating Rink.—Skating comv -' mencing Monday, March 22nd and every evening.—A. Smith, Proprietor. 68 TRANCING.— The Next Social In connecAJ turn with Mr W. Harkin's Dancing i-i .I? 5 S" 111 ? e hQld next Monday, Foresters' rial I, Newton. .- -TCNTCS, EXC-Q-tSIOJiS, Etc .__?«rs TTNITED DRUIDS" #*-*■ ANNUAL PICNIC, to be held at MOTUTAPU. SATURDAY, MARCH 27, ■ t Monster Sports Programme and Champion Baby Show. Boats leave Ferry Tee 9 a.m. and 1.30 "p.m. PROGRAMME. tranceT/ o S peu Ha "d'<-»P. 120 yds; encap, 75jds, 1/. o. Married Druids, over 40, lojds; 1/. Baby Show, 6 months and under Boys' .."Tib 3 and !-'- Dd , er - 12 ™°n d ths £ a»ii « . ie ; opeu 7o^ds : 1/- S. Friendly societies Handicap, 220 yds; 2/6. 10. Present Officers Handicap, 120 yds; 1/6. 12. TugLo,lpi-' ll / mc " "" sidc - °P en *o any Druids' —ouge, 11/ per team. Entries for Races. 1, 2, 3, 5 6 8 10 12 close with the Secretary at Bro. McHugh's oJi? tel „ ANIGHT (SATURDAY^ March 20th, at 9.30 p.m. Past two years l performances. Boats call at Devonport Sole Right to sell Refreshments First Prize for Champion Baby Show presented by W. A. Thompson aud Co., *alue o guineas, where entries close BRO. Vy-M. A. KNOX, BRO. E. J. NORRLS, Hon. Sees. 58 A NCIENT QRDER 8 TjIORESTERS. COURT PRIDE OF ONE7S§llfc§i«>?_r HUNGA, No. 5261. ANNUAL PICNIC AND SPORTS. ONE-TREE HILL DOMAIN. Tr*'ASTER -jirONDAY. ADMITTANCE FREE. PROGRAMME OF OPEN EVENTS. 100 YARDS MAIDEN — Trophy, value 35/. Nomination 1/. 75 YARDS OPEN HANDICAP — Ist, £2 10/; second, 10/. Nomination 2/6. 100 YARDS OPEN HANDICAP — Ist, £2 10/; 2nd, 10/. 100 YARDS FRIENDLY SOCIETIES — Trophy value £2. Nomination 1/6. 75 YARDS OPEN FORESTERS' HANDICAP — Ist, Foresters' Sash; 2nd, Ttordiy. Nomination L. Nominations, with past two years' performances, close nt Metropolitau Hotel, Aucklaud, and Watts Bros., Groceis, One- , hnnga, at 0 p.m. on SATURDAY, April 3. I No nomination will be accepted without the fee accompanying nomination. Handicaps will appear WEDNESDAY, 7th April. EASTER MONDAY NIGHT — A --0IGRESSIVE EUCHRE PARTY & DANCE will be held in the Foresters' Hail, Onebuuga, at S p.m. Admissiou, Gents. 1/G. Ladies 1/. W. A. WORRALL. k Epsom, Sec. i

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 7 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 68, 20 March 1909

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