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I • - : AMHS_r_tENTB. ."-!■:•'■? : H" IS " MAJESTY'S "~THEA^T "H--. Lessee, Mr C. R. Bailey EB * SU6 - L clyde M^.§el^^ o^=-^5;; TO-NIGHT (SATURDAY), LAST NIG H I "^^r\^k^^__^^ "A MINER'S mRUST," ■"- v "-'-feEU's J-rust," "'**:'■.?. eg By JO SMITH. An Australian an Australia, ' Portrayed by ~..;;",".*"'."_; MEYNELL AND GUNN'S ■ - '' POWERFUL DRAMATIC COMPANY Including *-«x.^ MISS BEATRICE HOLLOWAY MISS LILLIAN MEYERS " MR HERBERT J. BENTLEY ' ; '•'■-' - THE PLAY PRODUCED BY C TL " ' STANFORD. " ; ' -aJ&F&SS Fee*# Dg_ Sales at H.M. Cafe. Early 8 door's, & " Genera! Manager, Aotln- tiro-. ; ■ . C. R. Stanfo°rd: A^gg*MONDAY, MARCH 22. " "~" For the First Time in New Zealand. A Drama of Strenuous Human Interest "rnWO T ITTLE CJAILOR "DOY** " xwo i_ ITTLE fe AIL0 t , B^|„ By WALTER HOWARD BEATRICE HOLLOWAY as Cyril r,„ ■' MABEL RUSSELL atT Tom ■ •■'' '" ' Two Little Sailor Bov_ LILLIAN MEYERS as Lola Grey 't HEI T?e^rthen BENTLEY SS C *Wi*,4 U ALBERT H_ig.''' TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT.'"' AND EVERY EVENING. THE ROYAL PICTURES OUR NEW PROGRAMME. '' - A SPECIAL COMBINATION OB* i : HUMOROUS ART GEMS WHOSE BRILLIANCE IS DAZZLING C' GORGEOUS SCENIC. v*JENTRANCING DRAMATIC '■ EXCITING SENSAtIONAIi: HIGHLY EDUCATIONAL, :~t SCREAMINGLY FmivV ■ LIVING ART PRESENTED LlflltKß* A Programme of Absolute Perfection'^ THE ROYAL PICTURE. ' V — OUR PRICES 6a Tx v ° Lr ~ iTEiiri:, : THE ' ...„• THE EVERY NIGHT AT 8.: ■■/■; ISmf „ donvTmisb. '"" • HOME Barry-Towns Sculling Match."' ' Silhouettes, - ! .: ,/ nJ Arctic Hunting, '-'\ ' o? « * J- al£e Como, ? • .1 ■£__, % *»_**si SI --s^mi? prices - &-, v, ana <___. ; ■•-;': Plan of Reserved Seats at Rlihnrt'L*_i^f___J?PPosUe_Re S erv o ir,Newton ' gT. M*_M*n- SOCIETY: 'A «RA_*D OONOEJOT AND EN.TEH. " TAICvIMENT of the above .Society (the last of the season) will take .place on MONDAY 22nd Mirch, 1009, at the OHORA'L HALL.H First-class Programme—Scot-h Dancing v "- Bagpipes, Choruses, Orchestral 'Selections,' Humorous Recitatlo_s, etc Doors open it 7.30, oommenclng at 8 sharp. Tickets obtainable from members of 'committee. a*ri__j at dose of concert. • J _, .-...-, JAMES E_*_fl_TON, .; - "".'"'■. : -- ■ Secretary. * Q H O R A L ! TT A _ I_ FRIDAY, APRIL 2na,.i909. .'■,.;'._". . GRAND COMPLIMENTARY CONCERT, Tendered by the Musicians of " ; " Auckland to "■•- M. HAMILTON HODGES, , Prior to his Departure for England,, v" Under the Patronage of ,■ , W. A PRICKITT. Esq., Consul4Jenen_ U.S.A. AUCKLAND CHORAL SOCIETY AUCKLAND LIEDERTAFEL ' ' j § AUCKLAND SAVAGE CLUB AUCKLAND ORPHANS' CLUB. . _- M. HAMILTON HODGES Will Sing some of the Old Favourite Songs, ■ POPULAR PRICES. ___ '"..-,. FAIR'S BIOGRAPH AND LIVING - PICTURES. THURSDAY, MARCH 25th, 8 p.m. ~ • NEW FILMS. FIRST TIME IN COLONY. REMEMBER THIS. AUOKLAND BROTHERHOOD. EAST-ST. HALL, NEWTON. 13 H 0 R A L HALL." Under Direction, Victor Beck. - >■ Return Visit to New Zealand of the World-famed ASTRONOMER and METEOROLOGIST, - /ELEMENT T , TXTRAGGE, After a Triumphal Tour of Great Britain, Australasia, and India, : ;ZZ Will give a Series of /""J.RAND QCIENTIFIC T^NTERTAINMESTS, THURSDAY, FRIDAY, AND "SATURDAY, MARCH 25th, -St_, and 27th. - > ' On THURSDAY EVENING, at 8. ' M "A TTOYAGE rjtHROUG'H *THH TJNIVERSE." ~ yM MAGNIFICENTLY ILLUSTRATED, ? : By the Finest and Most Recent Photographs aud Pictures of the Heavenly Bodies, from '■■:: all the Greatest Observatories. APPALLING! ! SUPERB! '. ' m MARVELLOUS! .' ' M The Opportunity of a Lifetime. '•','". ADMISSION — 3/, 2/, and 1/. -- M Children Half-price to all parts. ';': Reserved Seats Plan at Wildman and Arey's. - SB T E C Tv ii - "&. ;; Ladies Two Free Health Talks well-il-lustrated, will be given at the VIAVI ROOMS, 2nd Floor, City Chambers, on MONDAY AND THURSDAY AFTERNOONS, the 22nd and 25th Inst., at -■.•' three o'clock. Subjects: "Headache, Backache, Nervousness." "Good Health for Women in Nature's Own Way." Printed version of the Viavi Aims and Methods obtainable personally or for Id stamp. , HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. Lessee - - - Mr C. R. Bailey. "SINES AND SEVENS" And "MANUELLA" (Part Proceeds to Parnell R.C. Church and Ladies' Benevolent Society), 6's AND 7's," 6's AND 7's," G's AND 7's," AN ORIGINAL MUSICAL COMEDY, Libretto and Lyrics by MAUD PEACOCKE, Music by THOS. HUMPHREYS, Will be Produced on MONDAY, MARCH 29th, And FOUR FOLLOWING -NIGHTS, With a tine Cast of Principals and a Chorus of 50. Entrancing Music. Crisp Dialogue. Amus- - ing Situations. The Weird "Spooks" Specialty. "MANUELLA," "MANUELLA," "MANUELLA," An Entirely New Operatic Extravaganza. Libretto and Lyrics by J. YOULIN BIRCH. Music by THOS .HUMPHREYS. Will be Staged for FIVE NIGHTS, , Commencing SATURDAY, APRIL 3rd. Both the above Productions under the Direction of Mr M. COHEN. Popular Prices—l/, 2/0, aud 1/. Bo- Plan opens at Wildman and Arey's oa MONDAY MORNING NEXT. BOOK EABLY. SKATS IN GREAT DEMAND. M. COHEN", Director*Prlnted and Published for the Proprietors, "The Prett Printing and Publishing Company, Limited," by Henry Brett, ol Lake Takapuna, Journalist, at the Offlc* of the Company, Shortland-st.. Auckland, SATURDAY, MAKOH 2% iOOfc. "

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 8 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 68, 20 March 1909

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