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AMUSEMENTS. f\ P_ EX A -; W HOU 8 B yiTmn ß6 " l John fuller and Sons. MATINEE EVERY • SATURDAY, at 2.30. CHILDREN SIXPENCE TO ALL PARTS. TfMJLLER'S i_-, *• ULLER'S WSi WOULD "piCTUBES 'V DB v *qbld -Pictures . NEW PROGRAMME. i c o^?l E IN s^ O LI^ RN ITALY - ' lp cc ß°igrs^^L B E ° D E S; D . THE VILLAGERS' QUARREL A J>AY AT THE LONDON ZOO. Special Engagement of , '•-■ JESSIE QMOND, ; Juvenile Ballad Vocalist. FEED. STOKES , FULL ORCHESTRA. FA .SJ IL . T CIRCLE, 6d; STALLS, 1/; OKCH STAL LS AND DRESS 1/S- U - Children Half-price Al! Parts ' ■ Box Plan at WUdman's. Booklns Fee. 6d. JJOYAL ALBERT HALLi TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. AND EVERY EVENING. MATINEE, EVERY SATURDAY. THE ROYAL PICTURES. THE ROYAL PICTURES. OUK NEW PROGRAMME. HARRY LAUDER IN A HURRY PARISIAN PARKS. AT THE SEASIDE. THE CAMEL CORPS. THE NIGHTWATCHMAN. POST CARDS. I INDIARUBBER SHOES. THE AYAH'S REVENGE. SMYRNA. KNOWING DOGS. THE BILLIARD FEVER. 1/ — OUR PRICES ■— 6d ECTURE-CONCERT.—An Evening — 7* Scottish Song. Bey. A. moSTm-A ? will give his Popular Lecture on the Songwriters of Scotland since Burns (Lady Nalrne, TannahUl, etc.), In Edendale Presbyterian Church, Epsom-road, Mt. Rosklll, To-morrow (Tuesday) Evening, at 8 p.m Splendid Programme of Illustrated Admission, 1/. *^J q ho r a l Tf—jnrs; i WEDNESDAY NEXT, at 3 p.m. THE MALLINSONS' THE MALLINSONS' THE MALLINSONS' FAREWiELL APPEARANCE. MATINEE RECITAL. MATINEE RECITAL . MATINEE RECITAL. For the First Time in entirety, SONG CYCLE, "MY GARDEN*" THE RECITAL WILL BE DEFINITELY GIVEN. Matinee Prices: 3/, 2/, and 1/ Box Plan Wildman and Arey's. p H O R A L HALL. Under Direction, Victor Beck. Return Visit to New Zealand of the World-famed ASTRONOMER and METEOROLOGIST QLEMENT ' After a Triumphal Tour of Great Britain Australasia, and India, G D ._. Will give a Series of RAND SCIENTIFIC •° ENTERTAINMENTS, THURSDAY, FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY MARCH 25th, 26th, and 27th. On THURSDAY EVENING at 8 "yOYAGE rjIHROUGH JJIHE ■Q-NIVERSE." MAGNIFICENTLY ILLUSTRATED, By the Finest and Most Recent Photographs and Pictures of the Heavenly Bodies, from all the Greatest Observatories APPALLING! ! SUPERB! ! ' MARVELLOUS! ! an^f mc - Children Half-price to all parts Reserved Keats Plan at Wildman and BARRINGTON WATERS, Advance Representative. gT. ANDREW'S SOCIETY^ A GRAND CONCERT AND ENTERTAINMENT of the above Society (the last of the season) will take place on MONDAY, 22nd March, 1909, at the CHORAL HALL. First-class Programme—Scotch Dancing, Bagpipes, Choruses, Orchestral Selections, Humorous Recitations, etc. Doors open at 7.30, commencing at S sharp. Tickets obtainable from members of committee. Trams at close of concert. JAMES EDMISTON, Secretary. A-NEHUXGA Skating Rink.—Skating comv mencing Monday, March 22nd and every evening.—A. Smith, Proprietor. 68 TRANCING. —The Next Social in connec--L , tion with Mr W. Harkin's Dancing Class -will be held next Monday, Foresters' Hall, Newton. 17 PICNICS, EXCURSIONS, Etc QNEHTOvGA SAWMILLING COMPANY'S PICNIC TV-ill be .held at PAPAKURA, 27th -MARCH, 1909. A Special Train will leave Onehnnga •at 9.30 a.m. Return fare 1/2, children 7d. Hot water provided. Tenders are Invited for (Refreshment Booth. Apply R. RICHARDSON, Hon. Secretary. Norman's Hill, Onehunga. MTTiIiINERY. s A. r ' A M QDE ESTABLISHMENT, PITT-ST. BUILDINGS, and NO. 9, KARANGAHAPE-RD. VERY SPECIAL LINES IN TRIMMED MILLINERY. BLACK HATS, trimmed with tips, 10/6 to 19/6; very special value SMART HATS, swathed with Silk, in Black, Navy, Brown, New Blue, and Green, to li/6 LARGE BLACK HATS from 19/6 IF WE HAVEN'T WHAT YOU REQUIRE, TELL US, AS WE MAKE TO SUIT EVERYBODY. WE ALSO RE-MODEL, LAST SEASON'S MILLINERY. M ISS AKBUCKLE. Telephone 957. M 7 TENDERS. fp O BUILDERS. TENDERS will be received until Noon of WEDNESDAY, 3i s t March, for the Erection of a Villa Residence in Parked. ED. BAiR.TL.EX, Architect. AnCELiXD POST OFFICE. It is hereby notifled that the date for receiving Tenders for the Erection of the above Building Is extended from the Sth April to the 11th May. JOHN CAMPBELL, Government Architect. Public Works Department. ,„-<BMUiuewsi loth Jdarcv lesfe

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 7 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 69, 22 March 1909

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