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At/LUSBTHtBIfSIS. . -~ p c sit -A.- ~~ - ■'- h .on-s-r Lessees: John Fuller and Sons. MATINEE EVERY -SATURDAY, at 2.30. CHILDREN SIXPENCE TO ALL PARTS. FULLEIfS DLLER'B--IT7IDE \7t7bRLD X>ICTURES »»IDE f'pKLD ■*- ICTUBES LAST NIGHT OF PROGRAMME. SATURDAY. AT THE MATINEE,. Entire CHANGE OF PROGRAMME. NEW PICTURES, .NEVER SHOWN. LIFE AND INDUSTRIES IN BURMAH. MR BROWN HAS WON A PRIZE. A Child's Forgiveness. ■ ' - TTT'ILBUR mniGHT, THE BIRD MAN. RECORD TRIP THROUGH EUROPS. WHEN LOVE WILLS. " THE KALEIDOSCOPE. LITTLE JESSIE OMOND, Ballad Vocalist. FRED. STOKES , FULL ORCHESTRA." FAMILY CIRCLE, 6d; STALLS 1/; ORCH STALLS AND DRESS CIRCLE, 1/6. Children Half-price All Parts. Bex Flan at Wlldman's. Booking Fee. 6d fi H O R A l> HALL. \*> . Under Diiection, .Victor Beck. ANOTHER. ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION Of QLEMENT "T "ryRAGGE, The World-famed ASTRONOMER, METEOROLOGIST, AND TRAVELLER, At the Choral Hall Last Night. HUNDREDS! AGAIN UNABLE TO OBTAIN ADMISSION. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. (Second Entertainment), "THE MAJESTY OF CREATION," The Wonders of the Earth, AND THE SOLAR SYSTEM. MAGNIFICENTLY ILLUSTRATED, By the Latest Pictures and Photographs from the Great Observatories APPALLING! ! SUPERB! ! MARVELLOUS! ! DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY! THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME ADMISSION — 3/,"2/, and 1/. Children Half-price to all parts. Reserved Seats Plan at Wildman and Arey's. Special Cars will run to and from the Suburbs. B. WATERS, Representative. MISS SPENCER will re-open her~Dancing Classes in the Federal Hall, Monday, sth April. Elementary, 7 till 8 p.m.; Advanced, S till 10.30 p.m. Private Lessons. Terms, etc., Miss Spencer, Como Vih.a Vincent-st. 'Phone 2237. Mlfi6 SPORTING. A UCEX.AND rpROTTING (~ILUB. AUTUMN MEETING. fpO-MOBHOW, mO-MORROW, SATURDAY .', 27th INSTAJfT. Also, WEDNES., 31st, and SATURDAY, APRIL 3rd. RECORDS: LORD ELMO (Christchurch). SPECIALIST, will attempt to establish a One-mile Record, for a purse of lOOsovs. * FIRST RACE STARTS AT 1 P.M. Admission, 1/ each. C. F. MARK, Secretary. V UCKLAND x> ACING £JLUB. AUTUMN MEETING. 10th, 12th. and 13th APRIL, 1909. ACCEPTANCES for BRIGHTON HURDLES lsov KASTER HANDICAP 3sovs AUTUMN STEEPLES 2sovs AND GENERAL ENTRIES. CLOSE with the Secretary, on FRIDAY, 26th MARCH, by 9 p.m. FEES in all cases to accompany nominations or acceptances. J. F. HABTLAXD, Secretary. PICNICS, EXCURSIONS, Etc "g TAR" "p I C N I C. For the convenience of Employees and their friends, A SPECIAL STEAMER will leave for T AXE rpAKAPUNA ON gATURDAY "NTEST, MARCH, 27th, 1809, at 9.50 a.m. and 1.30 p.m. RETURN FARE, I/. THOS. T. ALBERT, Hon. Sec. QNEHUNGA SAWMILLING CO.'S ■ ' PICNIC. A Special Train will leave Ouehunga on SATURDAY, 37th March, at 9.20 a m instead of 9.30 a.m. R. RICHARDSON,. Hon. Secretary. I ■ —. MEBICAI,. Jf» E D E B A L HALL' WELLESLEY-ST., AUCKLAND. !N EXT ]VX ONDAY '" IJIUESDAY, AND yyEDNESDAY A FTERXOOXS, MARCH 29, 30. and 31. ' T HE yyOELD-FAMED "yiTAL gCIENCE TTEALERS, Who have treated such a Furore of Excitement in London. Paris. New York. Sydney, Melbourne, and most, of the principal cities of the Civilised World, will give their Celebrated "PREE T ECTURES AND TpREE JTEALING TJEMOXSTRATIONS Proving conclusively the immense value of the New VITAL SCIENCE METHOD for improving many Diseases without Medicine or Surgery, and relieving pain without drugs. ■ All Sufferers from Painful Complaints, such as Neuralgia. Rheumatism. Sciatica, Lumbago, Asthma, Bronchitis, Catarrh. Dyspepsia, also from Deafness, Short Sight, Blindness, Stammering. St. Vitus Dance, Insomnia, Paralysis, Palsy, Tumors, and •Goitres are invited to try the skill of the VITAL SCIENCE HEALERS, who each afternoon will treat on the Platform, FREE OF CHARGE, in full view of the audience, as many as time will permit. Although the VITAL HEALERS do not profess to Cure In one single treatment Diseases of long standing, a large number of Sufferers experience a marvellous relief or, improvement even In a few moments. DO NOT FAIL TO WITNESS THESE EXTRAORDINARY DEMONSTRATIONS. THE SIGHT OF A LIFETIME. The Public are cordially Invited to bitfnjr the Sick of their owu choice to the Federal '- I Hall for "Test Treatment.", .{hat they may know the results are genuine. the VITAL SCIENCE TREATMENT (also known as Psycho Therapeutics) is a practised and recommended by some of the J- Leading Scientists. Physicians, and Clergyn men. In Great Britain and other countries. * ADMISSION FREE TO ALL. j t Remember the Dates and Come Early! NEXT MONDAY, TUESDAY, AND WEDNESDAY AFTERNOONS ONLY. - Doors open 2 p.m. Commence 2.30 sharp. '• VODB friends will be delighted to get a T -L copy of the "Illustrated Guide to Aucku> ?i obtainable at the "Star" Office ana * all Stationers. Price S&

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

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