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AMUSEMENTS. YyIRTH "DROS. , GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH. f O - S I G H I. TO-NIGHT. X AT 8 O'CLOCK. Under a Vast Canopy of Canvas. DELIGHTFULLY SITUATED AT STANLEY-ST., LOWER DOMAIN. The Press and Public Unanimous In their Praise of WIRTH'S NEW CONTINENTAL CIRCUS. Greeted Nightly by Enthusiastic Thousands. Positively Only Four More Nights. FINAL MATINEE, SATURDAY, at 3. 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 in New Zealand. A NEW COTERIE OF EUROPEAN ARTISTS. Specially Engaged by Mr Philip Wlrth during his recent tour of the world. AN ENORMOUS COLLECTION OF PRICELESS WILD ANIMALS. PRICES: 4/, 3/, 2/. 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 for 4/ chairs at Wildman and Arey's. Trams connect with all parts of the City at the conclusion of the Ciicus. THE COLOSSAL 'MENAGEtRIE, In Its Entirety, WILL BE OPEN EVERY AFTERNOON, From 4 till 5. Admission:, Adults 1/; Children 6d. FINAL MATINEE, SATURDAY. TVIOGRAPH and Living - Pictures new A-» films, Thursday Night, Bpm Admission, 6d.—East-st. Hall, New-ton. ' 12 SPORTING. muOTTING /CLUB. AUTUMN MEETING. SATURDAY NEXT, 27th INSTANT. Also, WEDNES l , 31st, and SATURDAY, APRIL 3rd. RECORDS: LORD ELMO (Christchurch). SPECIALIST will attempt to establish a One-mile Record, for a purse of lUOsovs. FIRST RACE STARTS AT 1 P.M. Admission, 1/ each. BOOKMAKERS. Applications for License to Bet on any day of the Meeting must be in the hand's NEXT, at 12 o'clock, accompanied by a fee of £10, if for one day; If for three days, a fee of £22 10/. PONY MEASUREMENT. The Club's Measurers will be in attendance at the Course on THURSDAY NEXT, between the hours of 3 and 4 p.m., to measure Ponies not having certificates. C. V. MARK, Secretary. AUCKLAND RACING CLUB AUTUMN MEETING. 10th, 12th, and 13th APRIL, 1909. ACCEPTANCES for BRIGHTON HURDLES lsov EA.STER HANDICAP 3sovs AUTUMN STEEPLES 2sovs AND GENERAL ENTRIES. CLOSE with the Secretary, on FRIDAY, 20th MARCH, by 0 p.m. FEES In all cases to accompany nominations or acceptances. J. V. HARTLAND, ! Secretary. DENTISTRY. ■CIALSE rriEETH. FAIR FEES. EASY TERMS. Perfect Fitting. Finest Finish. Q Q Q/ Beautiful Teeth. 3J£> «-»/. Very Superior Quality. Perfect Comfort. Give Charming Expression. LOOK BEST. LAST LONGEST. TTOWEY yyTALKER. M X J. M- ARTINSURGEON DENTIST, KARANGAHAPE-ROAD, HAS REMOVED TO HIS NEW ROOMS, In the NEW NATIONAL BANK BUILDINGS. KARANGAHAPE-ROAD. Crown and Bridge Work a Speciality. Painless Extractions under the latest process. All Fees Moderate, and all Work Guaranteed. Telephone 1006. F. C. ODL vM, SURGEON DENTIST, Late Special Student University of Pennsylvania, and Dental Hospital, London j also, Pupil of Dr. Lincoln, Crown and Bridge Specialist, Philadelphia. F. C. O°L UM ' BANK OF NEW ZEALAND BUILDINGS. ALL CONSULTATIONS FREE. Telephone 103 S. i! 420 —My —T\BNTAL TVOOMS WILL BE CLOSED —«t 1 o'clock Every Saturday, —RE-OPEN SATURDAY NIG.IIT, 7 to 9. —Also Open Friday Evening, 7 to 9 o'clock. — XT OW E V Vy ALK ER, — CITY DENTIST. BOOTS AND SHOES. T ADIES' TAN SHOES, very smart, 11/6; usual price, 17/tt.—James Adams and Co.. opp. Public Library. ADIES' GLACE BUTTON BOOTS, selling at 10/6 to clear the line.—James Adams and Co., oppo. Public Library. LADIES' GLACE LACK BOOTS, clearing at 9/11. round toe and pointed toe.James Adams nud Co.. opp. Public Library. ADIES' 1-HAK SHOES. 4,11, round toe, low heel; suit Indoor or outdoor.--Janies Adams and Co.. opp. Public Library. ADIES' TAN BUTTON SIfOES, round toe, low heel, suit school wear, clearing at 12/t). —James Adams and Co., opp. Public Library. ! T ADIES~WARD SHOESrspeclally "made I J-* for comfort, S/6; our well known ! ftnilzr —James Adams and Co.. opp. Public

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 7 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 71, 24 March 1909

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