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AMUSEMENTS. . *y,-W IR,rH "R ROS -V ■p greatest showon earth. * 'jvo -night. to-night. at 8 o'clock:" £>•' ' Under a Vast Canopy of Canvas, at STANLEY-ST., '.LOWER DOMAIN. WIRTH'S NEW CO"NTINE*NTAL CIRCUS. ONLY FIVE MORE NIGHTS. MATINEE, TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY). Doors open One Hour Earlier, to enable the Public to view the Four Combined Menageries, /which Include the £1000 GIRAFFE, £1000 The First and Only Live Giraffe ever ln New Zealand. A NEW COTERIE OF EUROPEAN ARTISTS. Specially Engaged by Mr Philip Wirth during his recent tour of the world. AN ENORMOUS COLLECTION OF PRICELESS WILD ANIMALS. Last Night the Huge Tent was packed with a Large and Euthusiastic Audience. PRICES: 4/, 3/, 2/7 Children under 10, Half-price.' SPECIAL TICKET SALE. — To avoid the crush, at the Ticket Offices, purchase 3/ and 2/ tickets at Fred. Cleal's, opposite Bank of New Zealand. Box Plan at Wildman- and Arey's. THE COLOSSAL' (MENAGEiBJE, In its Entirety, WILL BE OPEN EVERY AFTERNOON, From 4 till 5. Admission: Adults 1/; Children 6d. MATINEES, TO-MORROW AND SATURDAY. "T ENTEN MUSICALE," given by Joseph ±A Ranneker Adger, Chorai Hall Thursday ..iglit, April 1, 1009. ■ 26 POUX,T*RY. TILITY POULTRY.—Rare Oppnrtruliv to obtain the best Pur.'-hivC Stji.!; a: low prices. Not having the time for attention, I jim reluctantly compelled to sacrifice valuable stock, which I have spared neither time nor money to breed. White Leghorns, Bute Orpingtons, White Wyandottes, and Runner Ducks; all bred from specially selected birds, from noted laying strains.—NELLO PORTER, • Birkenhead. 45, Hall of Commerce, High-st. 108 BOOTS AND 4 SHOES. JOHNSTON BROS. Offer a very large selection of Boots and Shoes, at Lowest Cash Prices. JOHNSTON BROS. Sell Men's and Women's Goloshes a"od Footholds, at usual wholesale rates. JOHNSTON BROS. ~~ Have received New Season's lines In Felt Slippers — big variety. JOHNSTON BROS. Keep large stocks of Tan Goods. Imported aud local; good quality. JOHNSTON BROS. Offer Ladies' Evening Shoes, from 3/11, Gents.' from 5/6; many prices. JOHNSTON BROS. ~ Show Men's Lace Boots from 9/0 to 25/; quality good; prices low. M 172 )__ PERSONAL. J WILL not be responsible for any Debts •JL coutracted after this date, Monday. March 22nd, 1009.— J. Watson, Femleigh£l 67 J\R. LONG, of .London. —Advice and *-* Medicine, 5/. Hours: 10 a.m. to 6 p m —20, Swauson-bt. J*)R. HELEN BUKNABY, Gynaecologist, A-r Specialist Ladies' Complaints. Consultation Free. — Sttomness," 72, Vin-ceut-st., opp. Pitt-st. Hours, 10 to 4; eveulugs. "iXT-RS. GREACEN (nee Miss Yandle), Furla tier aud Feather Dresser, 3, Mill-street, olt Liverpool-street. "JVC WEARNE, Trance Medium, can be jj-m.. consulted 33, Pltt-st., nest St, Helens Hospital. Last 2 weeks. 71 "XT ADA M E DOLGOU BELLI, ■"■*■ 85, Symouds-street, Opp Cemetery Bridge. CJIBYL, Clairvoyant and Psychometrist, 10 No. 6, Severn-st., Khyber Pass-rd. Hours 2 till 8 p.m.; Saturday, 2 till 5 p.m. 65 A/I ADAME VOILA, Clairvoyant and Crystal- tal Seer, 24, Karaka-st., Newton End of Upper Queen-st. Hours: 2 till 8. — Saturday, till 5, ladies only. it>2 "MRS BIGGINS (late oi Melbourne), Trance and Test Medium and Medical Uairvoyaut. may be consulted daily from 10 to 0 p.m.—23, Pitt-st. M2l TVJARRIAGES SOLEMNIZED.—Rev. JL AAA Walker can be consulted daily, SO, Howe-st., Auckland. ■ M36T T7"EEI- IT DARK—ClarKe's Hair Dye -*-*- restores Youthful Colour to Biack or Brown Hair. Post Free, 1/6. —Clarke, Chemist. 116, Victoria-st, RING IT TO LIGHT — "NOAH'S DOVE" OINTMENT Cures Eczema, Ringworm, and kindred Skin Diseases where others fall. Of Chemists and Stores. m H A N X S. I wish to thauk the CITIZENS' LIFE ASSURANCE, aldo MR BERT THODE, for tbe prompt manner in which they settled my dear mother's claim on the Compauy. M. BREWER. 98 HOWEY WALKER SAVES YOUR TEETH. ' i 1"f".OR LOSS OF HAIR, Greyness and AU - Disorders and Diseases of the Hair, consult MISS BACON, Hair Physician and Complexion Specialist. Electric aud Vibratory Massage, Chiropody, Halrdresslug, Etc. Superfluous Hair Permanently Removed by Electric Needle. VICTORIA BUILDINGS, Victoria-st. East. CJALVO-TOBO. THE BEST HEALING OINTMENT IN THE WORLD. Applied to Mosquito Bites and Burns gives Instant Relief. 1/6 of all Chemists and Stores. M 346 Tj\ASHIONABLE HaiRDRESSING.—Just A to baud, a Large Assortment of "Raplde" Wavers, for producing the fashionable Marcel wave. There is no greater aid to beauty than a well dressed head of hair, therefore every lady who values her personal appearance should consider this offer. For one week, from Monday, March 22ud, I will give a Free Lesson iv waving to every purchaser of a pair of "Rapide" wavers. Buy a pair aud be your own hairdresser.— MISS McELWAIN, Toilet Specialist, 254, Queen-st., next McCullagh and Gower. M 235 /CONSULT -pLLIOTT ON ■"SKINT A FFECTIONS. AND CJTOMACH mROUBLES. Hundreds of Auckland References. Consultation Free. Hours: 10 to 1, 3 to 5. Evenings: Tuesday aud Saturday, 7.30 to 9. J. A. ELLIOTT, City Chambers, Corner Queen and Victoria sts., Auckland.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 7, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 70, 23 March 1909

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