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AMUSEMENTS. TCfIRTH •DBOS.* GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH. A STUPENDOUS, SPECTACLE. . Presented - Under a Vast Canopy of Canvas. DELIGHTFULLY SITUATED AT :>- ---_ STANLEY-ST., -LOWER -DOMAIN. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. AT 8 O'CLOCK. A MAGNIFICENT ORIENTAL. PAGEANT, Teeming with Quaint Features that COMPLETELY GIRDLE THK HIPPODROME TRACK. AN UNPRECEDENTED CONTINENTAL CIRCUS. POSITIVELY THE LAST TWO NIGHTS. FAREWELL , MATINEE, SATURDAY, AT •3. A Three-lours' Whirl, pulsating with Novelties. Doors open One Hour Earlier, to enable the Public to view the Four Combined Menageries. DON'T FAIL TO SEE THE £1000 — GIRAFFE — £1000 The Firet and only Real Live Giraffe ever in New Zealand. A Tall, Graceful, Beautiful, Unique Creature, with a velvety -eye that art has failed to reproduceAN ASTOUNDING COMPANY OF EUROPEAN ARTISTS. HERDS. OF ELEPHANTS. Whole Dens of Wild and Ferocious Beasts. PRICES: 4/, 3/i '2/. Children under 10, Half-price. Day Sales at Fred, deal's, opposite Bank of New Zealand. Bos Plan for 4/ chairs at Wildman and Arey's. Trams connect with all parts of the City at the conclusion of the Circus. THE COLOSSAL MLNAGEIRIE, OPEN EVERY AFTERNOON, From 4 till 5. Admission: Adults I/; Children 6d. FAREWELL MATINEE, SATURDAY, AT 3. All Accounts paid on Saturday at Royal Hotel, at 10 o'clock. / ' rpiVOLI THEATRE, . NEWTON. Lessee and Director: C. Brown-Parker. Musical Director: E. Burke. Tremendous Success of TIVOLI "PICTURES. IVOLI X ICTURES. THE CONTINENTAL NAVAL THE CONTINENTAL NAVAL MANOEUVRES. MANOEUVRES. And other Dramatic, Scenic, and Hnmorous Subjects. SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MATINEE, TO-MORROW, 2.30 o'clock. - For the Entertainment of the Children of the Orphans' Home. PRICES — 2/, 1/. and 6d. miVOLI rpHEATRE. NEWTON. Come and Witness the Finish of the 90-MILE BICYCLE RACE, Hamilton to Tivoli TTheatre, SATURDAY, MARCH 27. 20 — STARTERS — 20 First Men expected to Finish about 7 o'clock. Prizes will be presented the wlnnerg on the stage during the evening, by Mr George Sayere, Mayor of Grey Lynn PRICES — 2/, 1/. 6d. Holders of 2/ tickets are entitled to nse the promenade balcony to witness the finish of the race. MEETINGS. "pONSONBY DISTRICT FOOT>#L(g ■*- BALL CLUB (Reg.) jBK The Annual Meeting of the above Clnb will be held in the «*»& Training Hall, Dlgnan-st., on FRIDAY, 28th March, ISO 9, at 8 p.m. I . E. WHALEY. Hon. Sec. ITIRAN-GI RATEPAYERS' A-SSOCTA- I TION.— A Meeting wiU be held at Mr ' >Patrey's (late hotel), on Saturday next, 27th March, at 7.30. Special business. 26 TO REMUERA RATEPAYERS. Ratepayers who object to Valuations placed on their property are requested to view to obtaining the reduction of tieir assessments, aud, failing a satisfactory settlement, are requested to lodge their objections without fail before the 31st March, and to send in their names to the. Secretary of the Ratepayers' Association, Box 135, G.P.O. A Public Meeting of Ratepayers to appoint a Legal Representative lor the Assessment Court will be held In St. Mark's Hall, Keinuera, on MONDAY) 2Uth inst., at i> p.m. A UCK. CO-OP. TERMINATING BLDG. **• SOCY.—Appropriations Wednesday, March 31st, 7.30 p.m., St. James , Hall: 11 ballots, 9 sales. 10 COUNTY NOTICES. /Bounty of waitemata. traffic by-laws. Notice is hereby given that at a Special Meeting of the AVaiteniata County Council, to be held at the Office of the Council, Palinerston Buildings, Queenst., Auckland, on FRIDAY, the _ud day of April, 1909, the following- Resolution, passed at a Special Meeting of the said Council, held on the Sth day of February, 1909, will be submitted for continuation as a Special Order:— "That the Waitemata County Council hereby make a by-law drawn for that purpdse under the" provisions of 'TUe Public Works Act, 1908,' aud 'The Counties Act, l»08,' and of every other power thereunto enabling it, to provide for the regulation of all kinds of traffic on roads aud bridges within the limits of the County of "Wnite-aatß, and to prevent Injuiy to such roads and bridges by particular kinds of traffic, and that this special resolution do operate as a special order. The objects of the by-law is to provide for the regulation of traffic generally on loads within the limits of the County of Waitemata, the regulation of heavy traffic, and the weight of load to be transported, the prescription of widtu of tyre to bo used, to prevent obstruction en the roads within the said County, to prohibit heavy traffic on the Couuty roads during the months of May to. September inclusive in each year, to provide for the marking of weight of vehicle aud ascertaining weight of load carried, and to provide that the estimated cost of repair of roads must be lodged with the Council prior to the undertaking of certain kinds of traffic en County roads. A penalty of sums not exceeding £5 and £20 Is provided for auy breach of the By-laws, a copy of which is deposited at the County Office; Palinereton BuildiDgs- aforesaid, and will remain open for inspection of the public during office hours, for at least 30 days immediately preceding the Special Meeting to be held as aforesaid ou the 2nd day of April, 1909." Dated this 27th day of February, 1909. V. F. KERR TAYLOR, Chairman. EDUCATIONAL STANLEY BAY COLLEGE, DEVONPORT. BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOC FOR GIRLS. Pupils prepared for Matriculation, and Civil Service Examinations. Visiting teachers for all extra subjects. The School is Iα _ healthy position, close to wharf and beach. A private 'bus runs from Viclorla-td. First. Term, 1909, commences TUESDAY. Fob - . 9th. PRINCIPAL MISS FENDALL. Pro-oectuses on - application. 0 N.S.. F. JULIA % OP BRUSSELS. Teacher of Voice Production and Respiration, _as removed to No. 3T, 2nd Floor, Cltj CUambers (take lift). Voice Trial an<! Prospectus free on application. U3Bi

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 7 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 73, 26 March 1909

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