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AMUSEMENTS. ■ -. -rpHB- BBEiADjyroKi^: Last Two Nights of Season. . "THE LITTLE - TT IS MAjEsrrs "tbbatSS. f* Lessee, Mr C. R. Bailey. '~ 1 ? a Sub-Lessees, Rupert Clarke, John yTiis.' Clyde Meynell,. and John Gunn. ' MANAGING DIRECTORS: '. CLYDE MEYNELL AND-JOHN GTJJsTf : TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. '" - AND TO-MORROW NIGHtI.'The Sweet and Wholesome Drama o f Sympathetic Interest, !'£S B LITTLE BREADWINNER." ' THE LITTLE BREAD WINNER."By John A. . Campbell, ■ Portrayed by . " MEYNELLAND GUNN'S . POWERFUL DRAMATIC COM J AN?. Including •. : ' MISS BEATRICE HOLLOWAY, " MISS LILLIAN METERS, \ MB HERBERT J, BENTLEY.-!:: ■ Also, First Appearance this Season ij LITTLE QUEENIE WILLIAMS .AS: "iIEG. , * , ..■■". !.■.£ i MAGGIE DICKINSON AS "BOBBY TKOTT." And ' C. R. STANFORD AS JOSEPH PRIOtt, THE PLAY PRODUCED BY C B ■ i STANFORD. ' ' ■ Prices — 3/, 2/, ana 1/. Box Plan.-ai Wi'dman and Arey's. Booking Fee 1/ Day Sales at H.M. Cafe. Early doors' <& v , TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. . AXD EVERY EVENING. ... ."" At the ' : , . ill EOYAL PICTURE PALACE. ' : ' The : - -.' ROYAL PICTURES".", ■ :'■ '•- LAST NIGHT THIS. BILL*. '■'• LAST NIGHT THIS BILL ' "' LAST NIGHT THIS BILI,! ' : - TO-MORROW, MATINEE AT 2.30. '\~ EVERYTHING NEW. EVERYTHING NEW. ' " " PRO GB AMM Ee THE I SA^E^A T SIGHT. V — OUR PRICES — 6« • v". :: firiS; MAJESTY'S THEATRB. J-L Lessee - - - Mr C. E. BaUey -* • THE LAUGHTER BOOM " Commences on MONDAY, MARCH 29th. • With the New. -.-,.:. PEACOCKE-HUMPHREYS" ! ; MUSICAL COMEDY, ' ' ;.] , '•SIXES AND SEVENS" .' ,i- , And will be carried:on with •'.' ' f "MANUELLA" . .- An original Operatic Extravaganza writtm X? 3 \ \? ULIN BI BCH (author ~a£"* Moorish Maid," -The Golden Second Mrs s> "Ptah-Ptah." -'The Kitten and the Goldfish," etc, etc.), and com. posed by Thos. Humphreys (anthor-coin-poser of ''The Lady Typist," and composer °L, blxe s-and-Sevena," -The Gay Hnssai, ,, The Golden Wedge," "Ptah-Ptah," "Tt» : Kitten and the Goldfish," '-etc.) MONDAY. MARCH 29.' '.'l^?i" A S°- SBVKNS "-Beautiful -Murtej; ' -SIXES-AND-SEVENS" Amusing SceW "SIXES-AND-SEVEXS" Charming BaHetk "SIXES-AND-SEVENS" "SIXES-AND-SEVENS"-. Scenery::iilli^^vS^fei» Or aa ; CPart Proceeds to Parneii R.C." Cimreh.) ■Written by. Maud Peacocke and, composed by Thos. Humphrey*. ; •■'6' S. AND 7'S, •'.:.. :''•'■■■-■■'.■■ Is a striding example, of : what ' can be done in Auckland by Ancklanders.. See tht vreird and clever ''SPOOKS" Scena; - -β-s AND'rs/ , "-;■'.'■ -ffs' and", rs/' ■ ■ •" ■ • Is full of Good Tilings ,— just trfiat'tli* .... people lore-,.- - -. ' -< Bos Plan at Miiamanoad ■Jkitr't.'-.*'. '" ;1 i-opalai- rrfcfis—4/,.2/s, and 1/. ':'':' : ■'''' § URGENT' NOTE. "TO" THE PI3BLJC. I Tt is necessary to. AT !O'SCBS.Teservf seats, to avoid disappointment.;. Tie plan'it '■'■-'■. filling up rapidly. -■. . . . • ,>!.; COHEN, Director. CH O R A'L' ' .■ .HA.L h. . FRIDAY, APBIL- 2nd. 180 ft. •: GRAND COMPLIMENTARY CONCEET, Tendered by the , : Musicians of " . , : Auckland to .. ■ ' . ■ "\T TT A:MIL ' rON TJ OI)< ? ES ' . Prior to his Departure for England... Tlie following Artists hare kindly; given their valuable assistance:—;lTadame Ws\- | aert, Soprano; Miss Elsiei Hamilton. Pianiete; Miss Blanche Gariancl,' Csntralto; Mr Colin Jluston, L.R.A.M., Violinist; Mr Q. Edward Poore. Flautist; *ilr- G. -A. Piqa* L.A.M., 'Cellist; Mr T. E. Mideeley, Orgaa. - ist; The Lyric Vocal Quartet.- .... ... 7 Tickets: 3/,. 2/, and 1/. ', •■-'•: Plan of RESERVED SEALS'on : WILDMAN AND AREY'S, where holder* of 3/ Tickets may, reserve ..them "without estra charge. S HARBUTT, Hon. Secretary. ■ Box Plan opens: MONDAY, March 29th« LENTEN MTJSICALE," SlVjßn by JosepS Banneker Adger. Choral Ha 11,.. Tha- : day ~gst, "April 1, 1909. - * *~™~*" M— ' v ■. XECTPBES. /CENTRAL HALL,' COOK' • \J SATORDAY, S P.M. • . JIK X ISHERWOOD, The Lancashire • Trance Medium ajid Clairvoyant. Admission, .6d. Also. .Sunday at U a.m. . . Collection. - Jl, . TENDERS. '- ■■• ' rpENDERS Wanted for Painting and S X Plumbing" Cottage.—Apply 19, <?'•*- stone-gr.," "Newtoir. " J TENDERS will be received until Satniday; -Apra 3rd, for "Alterations to House.-r-Apply Ueo.. Duthle, Onehunga, -.'..-.:... ;■« mo b v i it d. si B.'■■•■•■ 1 Tenders will be received up to Noon o* April 7th for the Erection of a Warehoittf in Durham-st. "West. - ' ~' " '" : ADEX. WISEMAN, Fort-sti ' -rSTAITEMATA COUNTY CODNCIt: Tenders trill be received up to Noon o! THURSDAY, April Ist, for the folloWMf works: — ' 160. Long Bridge. Kautapatapa, ia Kajtf and Totara. Three 25ft-Spans,: .- -15". Smj-the r s-rd., : Waitaterei. , (Elt& tenders) 158. Harris Hill Deviation,. Waitakerd. (Fresh tenders) .•",..'. ,■■ ■. | Plans and at CowtJ Office or as under:—l6o. Post Office, Kaw bapakapa: 157 and 158,. Mr. George's -Storei Waitakerei. . GERALD A. JACKSON, • . . County Engineer. I- — : . . ■ ■ - PUBLIC WORKS STORES SpPPLt CONTRACTS, 1909-1912. : ; ■ '^ Tenders will be received at-the P u *Bu Works Ofßce. Auckland, Wellington, iNeison, Westport, Greymouth, Chrletcburcß, . and Dunedlu, until Noon of TTJESDAV. ; . 30th Msrch, 1009, for the Supply ano-Deil ; very at various centres throughout io».-«8 Dominion of Ironmongery, Ship Chandlery. ; Paints, Cement, Tents. Explosives, ana other Stores, for a period of three year% from Ist May. 1900. Tenders are to It addressed to the Minister of Public TV orkp, ..-. and marked on the outside "JCender wr--. Stores." .- ■■; ■'.:•. Specifications, conditions, and schedule* a may be seen at the above-mentioned officei. m and at the Survey Offices, Gisborne, .HJBtika, and luvercargill. The lowest or anj, tender not necessarily accepted. ■■• - ..,.-- R. W. Engineor-m-Cmei. Public Works OfHce. - Wellington, 12th March, 1909.. : -^

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 9 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 73, 26 March 1909

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