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I ;»»«—■———_—■.,-.■-■-i__ >M^M ' : I , : ', . .AM_SEMENW.;^V^>~ : ' "T wo L S All^Bfe[sv LAST NIGHT—TO-NIGHT—LAST Nfcm "TWO LITTLE SAILOR BOTH - LAST THREE NIGHTS OF SEASAv- ; '-'"-'-° CLYDE MEYNELL AND JOHN Gmrv In consequence of the shortness : Zr 5? 1 "■■'"'. present: season, announce SciJ»-To-morrow and Satciday. Nights of "** "THE LITTLE ' In order to present ■" QUEENIE WILLIAMS ";' : .-i ' MEG, THE LITTLE ' BREADWisNEB, MAGGIE'DICKINSON ; BOBBY TROTT. "'.-"-^V;JJIS MAJESTY'S ~I_BAT-J* t I;essPe ' Wr C. R. Bailey . AXR a . Sub-Lessees, Rupert Clarke. John "tW Clyde Meyneli, and John Guno ?* MANAGING DIRECTOR9.i- '--? CLYDE MEYNELL AND JOHN.' GTJNV -TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT LAST NIGHT L A Drama of Strenuous Human Inter*-® entitled, ere f*4"T™° n T.JTTLE BAILOR "ROYS" J- WO AJ ITTLE fc AILOR , By WALTER HOWARD -V Portrayed by , MEYNELL AND GUNN'S POWERFUL DRAMATIC COMPANY Including , - MISS BEATRICE HOLLOWAY— " MISS LILLJAN MEYERS ' ■ - I ' MR HERBERT J. BENTLEY 4 ; THE PLAY PRODUCED BiC-R STANFORD. B ' ' _an™ C. R. Stanford.' A ' *&,jggwt. NIGHT, 8 p.m .J- HALL, N.EWTONUBiog?apiTaS' ing Pictures; New Films, Busy Be„-W Scenes. Admission, 6d evervboov —,'Aw*-•'■' land Brotherhood. '~-^'f; v : n TENTEN_UStCALE," given bylosSk ; ?" Adger. Chora! Han TtoS : day THgHt, April I,' ISO 9. -.' ° ' "*^ ri H O R A L v HA r, t APRIL 2nd,, ISOaV ' GRAND COMPLIMENTARY CUNCEfe Tendered by the Musicians; of, - * '!' Anck:and to ■:-- '-"- :•'. M. TT AMII '' r(:>N "FfoPGEs, j Prior to his Departure, for England >'■' , u The following Artists have -nalyVfl™. their valuable assistatce: — MadiuneiWl? ?5?: > S ,, pra S? ; Elsie HamUton, S Z ?,' Ml SB Blan c Q e Garland, Contralto-*-. . Colin Muston, L.R.A.M., • VioUnlrtSjK-i, Edward Poore, Flautist; Mr G. A" -P_n.V ' K A 'H:' ' Cellist: Mr T - E- Midgelev, G*_2: ■■' Ist; The • Lyric Vocal Quartet , . ' Tickets: 3/, 2/, and 1/ - '•- '■-' 1 :. ' Plan of RESERVED SEATS on View at ! S 1 v ARErs -' whe " wS« of 3/ Tickets may reserve them wilhnM extra -charge. , ' „'' _s- HARBUTT, Hon. Secretary r Box Plan opens MONDAY, March —ft. H IS t MAJESTY'S : ...THEATit , A_ Lessee - - - Mr C. R. Bailey. -• THE LAUGHTER BOOM ''' ' , Commences on '-"-. MONDAY. MARCH 29th, • ■ - With the New . ■- FEACOCKE-HUMPHREIg . .' MUSICAL COMEDY, "SIXES AND SEVENS""'"/ And will be. carried on ""with*"' "MANUELLA" , An original Operatic Extravaganza writtea , by J. YOULIN BIRCH' (authbr-iof ■•": Moorlsn Maid," "The GoldenWedge? l '"''_» Second Mrs 5.." "Ptah-Ptah,-'! "The Kit—r and the Goldfish," etc., etc.),■".and', co_i- : - posed by Thos. Humphreys (author-corn--1 poser of "The Lady Typist," and composn '"■'■" of "Slxes-and-Sevens,M "The Gay Hnssai," "The Golden Wedge,". "Ptah-Ptah,"' "T_ Kitten and the Goldfish," etc.) : - -1 MONDAY, MARCH 29: "SIXES-AND-SEVENS!' Beantlfnl Music ' "SIXES-AND-SEVENS" Amusing Scenes. "SIXE S-AND-SEVENS" Charming Ballets; , "SIXES-AND-SEVENS" "Lovely New" ; ~ ' • "SIXES-AND-SEVENS" Scenery "SIXES-AND-SEVENS" Full Chorus-ana- . "SIXES-AND-SEVENS" -Orchestra; - (Part Proceeds td Parcel! -R.C. .-Church.) Written by Marid Peaeocke and composed"'..'.'?? by'-Thos. Humphreys. >*-~.'.'.--'"-- -'■'6'SVAND. 7'S," ; : -"-,'.: ' Is a striking "example of., what --can".bo , done in Auckland by Aucklanfiers.?See ttt». • weird and clever '"SPOOKS".Scena. • "6'S AND . 7'S,"" '•' ; ' •.-.;' "6's- and: rs,"' ;.- ---' Is full of Good- Things —, just what tho. , -people love. Bos Plan at Wildman and Arey!s: : Popular Prices—i/. 2/6,-" and" 1/.-' ~ -"■ ''-"- ■ URGENT NOTE TO THE PUBLIC;-V ' Yt is netessary to .■! ATI OXCE . teserya seats, to avoid disappointment. Theplah il ftlline up rapidly. • "-,-"' M./COHEX, Director-r. ANCING-—Miss Morrow; ' . Certlficatedl, - Teacher of Dancing, -will- re-open ■ her . Class in the Parnell Hall. Friday, April 23rd,: 7.30 p.m.; also the-Masonic Hall," Devonport, Monday, May 3, 7.30 p~i., in connection with Miss FendalTs College," Stanley: Bay. Private lessons given, by. arrangement at Miss Morrow's, Gladstone-rd., Parnell 116 T\ A~ : X.-'-;' C a-i;:-"''.N:-.' v. MRS. SOWERBY will re-open her C—MM \; for Ballroom aud Fancy Dancing, • St. Andrew's Hall, Lower Symonds-street, April , 15th. Thursday, S p.m.; Friday, 7.30;p-m.-; » Saturday, 10.30 a.m. and 2 p.m.- Epsom Ban, Epsom: Wednesday, 14th, 7.30 p-m. For terms, etc., apply MRS. SOWERBY,', Bj--whltl, Onehnn a. '- ''.:M sts '- DRAMATIC ART, DEPORTMENT, A—J PUBLIC SPEAKING. ELOCUTION, all branches. Study" nnflM r F. Alfred Price, Caxton Chambers, Bwa_ • 9 son-st. Postal Address, Box 674, G.P-0. 7 ' "-"'-M*«lV : ;:;,: 1 "' *^—•"-• S -. . - - ' •'.-.•-; GOLD MXNZNG NOTICES. ! ' .'. „ ,:: THE SEVEN -REEFS SYNDICATE LIMITED. The Creditors of the above-named' C°* pany are required, on or before the sth da» fc of April next,, to send in their Names-_ 4' Addresses, and the particulars. of tn_r • Debts or Claims, and the'names of their Solicitors (if any), to the undersign—, "William J. McCormic—, mahager'/of the' New ' Day Dawn and Norfolk Mines, Thames, agent for the liquidator of the said Company, and if so required by notice In writing from the said liquidator-or his agent are by their solicitors to come in and prott. their debts or claims at such time and' plaea ' as shall be specified in such notice, or la default thereof they will be excluded from the benefit of any distribution made befora such debts are proved. : '. , w. j. Mccormick, Attorney. Thames. TENDERS. 1 TENDERS are invited for Plumbing, | Painting, and Erecting 2 Brick"Chim..- ; .'.,' neys on the property of Mr G. .E. Foote, Inkerman-st., Onehunga.—Apply on 3<*. Tenders close Saturday, 27th. •'•-,■■• HI ■ rr\ o b v i L _ n R * Tenders will be received up to Noon oC;, April 7th for the Erection of a WarehonM In Durham-st. West. ; ; ALE—. WISE—AN, ; -;--.:-- -, Fttft-St. Public Wot-KS Offlee, Auckland, 20th March 1909.;' TENDERS will be received at thls'-Ofooi' , until Noon of TUESDAY, SO—. 1909, for SUPPLY OF BRIDGE IRONWORK for OVERBRIDGESv HBLBISB- - VILLE NORTHWARDS RAILWAY.- - i Specifications may be seen at this o—6— > No tender necessarily accepted. : '■*".-. : J. A. WILSON, ' ! District Englniati T JJ H B L P *V " * PLASTERER AND CONTRACTOR, CAMBRIDGE HOUSE. .■■?.-,_£> M LOWER VINCENT-ST., AUCKI/AJ* Estimates given. Letters atte_tod *J^ _——MM—^—•-,

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 9 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 72, 25 March 1909

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