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" "'-••'■" :: AMUSE_i__ifg;:'"-';- : -"-;..-;v;. '"OP- " r _J^T^^IGHT...OF-THE, SEASON. _T IS * ' MAJESTY'S '-' THEATttn. :.-. Lessee, Mc'C. R. Bailey" T?B - Sub-Lessees,, Rupert ft Clarke,' J onn : Wre , - Clyde--MeyneU,;and ;John. Gnnn : . ' MANAGING DIRECTORS:.','" CLYDE MEYNELL AND JOHN GUNW V-'TO-NIGHT. ~- .TONIGHT- " ; S??_l ; . ; B y John. A iCampbe'.l, EVERY £r£ St NiSit ' S ; wit_ EVERY EXPRESSION OF APPROVAW I~ , ■ Portrayed by MEYNELL AND GUNN'SA : ■=• ': POWERFUL DRAMATIC COME ANY. ' " -'.''-'--'lncluding-. . . MISS BEATRICE HOLLOWAY '"■ f MISS' LILLIAN fMEYERS ' '"'' i MR HERBERT J. BBNTLEY ; THE.PLAY PRODUCED' BY C R. STANFORD. ' * . • W-a-and'^y's * ££ General Manager, .-• Acting — ' . n r "DOYAfT "ALBERT. : - -ALBERT-ST. ' ■ Ahl * ' TO-NIGHT. : TO-NIGHT. AND FOR A LONG TIME. " '* MATINEE EVE.RY:'SATUR_AY ' ! "' - - : At', the:" -'.-,'. -i -ii- . ROYAL PICTURESEOYAL iLBERT E ST PALACE - THE FUNNIEST COMirs P'vS.SA 8, MAGMFICENT S VEmC C ! T Si ... -_ T ALL FRESH: SUBJECTS : B THE ; tj^?» E t E 2 i AL PICTURES, i RO\AL .PICTURE PALACE - \- r -■:; : h ALBERT-ST; •■ '- ' -.'•'" '"' l/'-W'OUR PRICES — 0d r '•'■ '- : , His majesty;s,, ; . i; THE_I_B, .Lessee - - - Mr-C. B. Bailey. - ' MONDAY NEXT, MARCH- 29th. IV Andjfor PosiUvely .' .•■-.;. FOUR MORE EIGHTS ONLY ; The Brilliant, Two-act .'Musical Comedy.' ' ;;SIXES AND'- SEVENS.'!,: , "SIXES AND .SEVENS " ' "SIXES AND SEVENS.", ' , Libretto and Lyrics by Maud'j}eacoe-_ '- »^f IC ,i by Hn ?nphreys. (composer ot .'' ' '"The- Gay Hussari" "Th. Golden Wedge," "The Kitten and the Golal ' s ' % B^Pt^ Ftab -" and-'aut_or-co_i. poser of '.'The,Lady, .Typist"); : ;--.-; ■ , CASTOF CHARACTERS;, .-,. Miss Brown-Jones i-.:::...'..'._,Mlss:NVPiper Lord Flossmgtpn r; .., Mr ~H. C: Borradals Miss Page Miss V. Yon Meyern Mr Forrest .......:.... Mr J, O'Sulllvan Lady Flossington ;-... MlssEireeni Lnnd6a V hoe i?, -.... Miss EmlIy::Hol_e» Joe Phipps .......... Mr„N. L. Fin-elsteia Sylvia Forrest ....'. ' Miss Aliqe Hogaa ' Jack Warrender ....:... Mr.'JLeb'O'MaUey Chorus of sft Exquisite Ballets. The Great ' "Spooks" Speciality, and a -Host of Fea- : , ,-,tures. . .. . . ■ ■:■.-.-■: ■~'.-. , '"..". ; " '- '":'" : . - : "-- —: ' synopsis of scenery;- ; ■:'. r- ' ACT I. — Hall in Lady'Flosslngtdn's'Maa' ; slon Olight).' WlUiDiatnbnd. ACT IL — The Grounds of- Mr Forresfil ' " Residence (Afternoon). Wiil Diamond. Bos Plan at Wlldman .and Arey's. ,' ', - i Day Sales ft H.M. .Cafe. :; .''" "■ '■' Popular 2/6, and]/. ' -, ■< .■'."% Early Doors' (Btalls arid Family Circle), f . (3d.... extra.. ■' ~ ::- ..- ", ■Oarriages, etc., etc., 10.25 p.m. ; . ' NEXT PRODUCTION. ; X' "MANUELLA"- -'" -»'..- ■ "MANUELLA"- • '; __i (Birch-Humphreys.) -•: . ' j,--. .'•--■ '...■•■■• . ■■»„ ■'.. APRIL 3rd, sth, 6th, 7th, and Bth. i "T '":':" ! - M: ; COHEN, Director. ! _ : -; ; ■•'• ; ' '•■■"■'; ;■:■■: ■ . --' -- r > ■ RJ. C: PASCOE'S DANCING , The -above Class will icohtlnue the"; %- ;- advanced; class every. Wednesday Evening '.'-;= at 8 till 11 p.m., In the Federal Hall, Wel-lesley-st. Meredith's Orchestra. 30 .',; ENTEN . MUSICALE, Choral ' Hall, : Thursday Night, - April Ist,' 1 1809:—J.' B. .- Adger,: Musical Director. , , 74 i i \ :.,: GOLF. .. . OKOROIRE GOLF-: ~TOURNAMENT.;-- --".--. i _ , O___AiIESX " Will take-place on OKOROIRE LINKS "During Easter' Week. SATURDAY. 10th,' MONDAY, 12th,, ;:. TUESDAY, 13th APRIL, 1900: ' Competitions following will be . .LADIES' GOLD MEDAL; 18 Holes OKOROIRE CUP (Gents.),, 36 Holes '-.- MIXED FOURSOME;- 18 Holes :: : ' ' BOGET COMPETITIONS . -V> DRIVING COMPETITIONS . • Entry Forms from T. Martin, Okorolre,;Ot by kind permission of Mr W.W. Brace, Hon. Sec. Auckland Golf Club, they may ■'-.'■' be obtained on application at his office, Swanson-st. ■-;:-.-■■ ' 68 . .'' ': ' ." .' ... ' . ..'."..,3-V / LECTURES. : Xp E D E ; R A L 'XTA L:L, WELLESLEY-ST., AUCKLAND. - TIJE-T .IVTONDAY, rpUESDAY, AND > YX7EDNESDAY AFTERNOONS, ' MARCH -9, 30, and 31. . '. rpHE TjyORLD-FAMED X/ITAL ■ ' QCIENCE, .TTEALERS, v Who have created such a Furore of Excite_ient in London, Paris; New York, Sydney, Melbourne, and most of the principal cities ; of the Civilised World,' will give their Cele- : ' brated " s • - ; * •piREE TECTURES ' ' '• - ' '- ' ; TftftEE TTEALING -TJEMONSTRATIONProving conclusively the immense value at . ' the New VITAL'SCIENCE METHOD for - improving many Diseases without Medicine or Surgery, and reiievins .pain .without AU* Sufferers from ' Painful, Complaints, ; such as Neuralgia, Rheumatism. Sciatica,-,'; - Lumbago, Asthma, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Dys- . pepsin, also from Deafness, Short Sight, Blindness Stammering, St. Vitus Dance, In.v.---. somnla, 'Paralysis, Palsy, Tumors, and - ■ Goitres are invited to try the skill of-the ■.... VITAL SCIENCE HEALERS who each ; afternoon will treat ou the. Platform, FRE--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 Dlseases of long standing, a large number of .-. Sufferers experience a mar\-ellous relief of ; improvement even in a few moments... , - ' 'DO NOT FAIL TO WITNESS THESE EXTRAORDINARY DEMONSTRATIONS.. THE SIGHT' OF A ti LIFETIME. The Public are cordially Invited:to bring the Sick of their own choice to the Federal Hall for "Test Treatment," that, they may „ - kuow the results are genuine.-, The VITAL SCIENCE TREATMENT (also known as Psycho Therapeutics) Is , ? oractlsed and recommended by some of —« Leading Scientists. Physicians, and Clergymen lv Great Britain and other countries. ADMISSION FREE TO ALL. Kemember the Dates and Come Early! • NEXT MONDAY, TUESDAY, AND WEDNESDAY AFTERNOONS ONLY. 1 Doors open 2 p.m. Commence 2.30 sharp. ...

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 7 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 74, 27 March 1909

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