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AMUSE-OnCXB..- ; '' TJBOS.' "~ GREATEST SHOW ON _ABTH.\ O - N I-G H T.,' ' T OVB-I GH T". .-*- . , AT .B.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 Thou- ' sands. Positively Only Three 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 Wirth 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, deal's, opposite Bank of New Zealand. Box Plan for 4/ chairs at- Wlldman and Arey^s. Trams connect with all parts of the City at the conclusion of the Circus. THE COLOSSAI7"OIENAGEIRIE, In its Eutlrety WILL BE OPEN EVERY AFTERNOON, From 4 till 5. Admission: Adults 1/; Children 6d. FINAL MATINEE, SATURDAY, at 3. PICNICS, EXCURSIONS, Etc TJNITED DRUIDS' £$ffls3i SATURDAY," MARCH 27. Adults 1/6; Children 9d. 'rSSS§gLMJ3!: A special feature Is the • * Y«__9_F Famll y Tickets at 3/tJ. lnSk C l eluding Children up to 14 CHAMPION BABY SHOW. BRO. WM. A. KNOX, 880. E. J. NORRIS, Secretaries. 92 i, EXCURSION TO j"-|fl_ ° KUAOTUNU. SHAREHOLDERS MOUNTAIN KING GOLD MINING COMPANY. LIMITED. The s.s. APANUI will leave Auckland for Knaotunu on FRIDAY, March 26, at 10 p.m. Intending visitors to Mountain King Mine, or Knaotunu, can obtain TICKETS on application to MR. W. GRAY, Hobson Buildings, Shortland-st. As tho number of tickets are limited, early application is necessary. RETURN FARE, £1. ECCLESIASTICAL. THE LAYMEN'S LEAGUE OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. OBJECTS: (a) The Association of Lay Churchmen within the diocese of Auckland for the purpose of Defending the Rights of the Laity against the encroachments of Ecclestastlcis— in matters appertaining to Church Government and Church Ritual, (b) To Educate, by means of Literature, Lectures, and Open Discussion, the Church people of the diocese regarding the Dangerous Character of the Romeward movement within the Church, (c) To Devise and make known among Churchmen an effective Mode for restraining and dealing with the evils referred to in "A" and "B." This League is now being formed. Members of the Church of-England in sympathy with its objects and desiring to be associated with the' League before its public Inauguration are rospectfuly invited to send in their names and addresses on or before the 31st inst. to any of the following Mem-' bers of the Provisional Committee, or by letter addressed "Eox 247, G.P.0.. Auckland":—S. L. Abbott, Remuera; R. -Bedford, Ponsonby-rd.; R. R. Hunt. Parnell; I. H. Marshall, Mt. Albert; G. O. Rolllnson. King's Court; J. R. Salt. Tole-st.; W. J. Speight, Epsom; H. Symons, Vlew-rd., Mt. Eden; J. Warnock, Rlchmond-rd.; F. Whitebead, Victoria-st. W. _^ BOOTS AUD SHOES. LADIES' TAN SHOES, very smart, 11/6; usual price. 17/6. —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. ADIES' GLACE LACE BOOTS, clearing at 8/11. round toe and pointed toe.limes Adams and Co.. opp. Public Library. LADIES' 1-BAR SHOES. 4/11, round toe, low heel; suit indoor or outdoor.—James Adams and Co.. opp. Public Library. ADIES' TAN BUTTON SHOES, -round toe, low heel, suit school wear, clearing at 12/9.—James Adams and Co., opp. Public Library. LADIES' WARD SHOES, specially made for comfort, 8/6; our well known quality.—James Adams and Co.. opp. Public Library. JOHNSTON BROS. Offer a very large selection of Boots and Shoes, at Lowest Cash Prices. JOHNSTON BROS. Sell Men's and Women's-Goloshes and Footholds, at usual wholesale rates. JOHNSTON BROS. Have received New Season's lines in Felt Slippers — big variety. JOHNSTON -BROS. Keep large xtocks of Tan Goods. Imported and local; good quality. JOHNSTON BROS. Ofter Ladles' Evening Shoes, from 3/11, Gents.' from 5/6; many prices. JOHNSTON BROS. w Show Men's Lace Boots from 9/6 to 25/; quality good; prices low. M 172 ELECTORAL. AUCKLAND HARBOUR BOARD. ELECTION. TO PAYERS OF DUES AND SHIPOWNERS. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— In response to the request of a large number of Electors, I ojfer myself as a candidate for your suffrages at the forthcoming Harbour Board Election. If elected, I will support a safe progressive policy of Harbour Works, and further as far as lays In my power the Commercial and Shipping interests of our Port and City. Yours faithfully, WM. D. HOLGATE-ME-T-WOB. j A'TJCK. CO-OP. TERM—SATING B_DG.' -"- SOCY.^Appropr—tlo_t WriTnUj. March 81»t, 7.80 p.m., St Janet' Mall: 111 ballots, 8 Bales, -Ml

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 7 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 72, 25 March 1909

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