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AMUSEMENTS. Of, E B A HO US B a Lessee*: John Fuller and Sons. a ' Tj^ULLER'S *■ ULLER'S I ■ ; " WOULD PICTURES »»IDE ■ *»OKLD '-VICTUBES a FULL ORCHESTRAL BAND. 8 GREAT SUCCESS OF NEW PROGRAMME' r WILBUR TS7KIGHT, the BIRD MAN, DUSTINHISEYES AMarVellO,,eFll,n - LIFE AND INDUSTRIES IN BURMAH MB BROWN HAS WON A PRIZE A CHILD'S FORGIVENESS ; SKI JUMPING AT CURISTIANIA THE KALEIDOSCOPE IN SEARCH OF OBLIVION - MOORISH CAVALRY MANOEUVRES WHEN LOVE WILLS j NICK CARTER (THE JEWEL AFFAIR) " GHOSTS IN THE HOUSE, Etc FAMILY CIRCLE, 6d; STALLS XI; OBCH STALLS AND DRESS CIRCLE, 1/6. ' Children Half-price Al! Parts. Bex Plan at WlMman'e. Booking Fee 64 MATlNEE—Saturday at 2.30. Children, 6d. r Q P E X A JJ o U S E, * NEXT SATURDAY, APRIL, 3rd. b FIRST TIME IN NEW ZEALAND rnHB piNEPHONE! Latest Perfected TALKING PICTURES Latest Perfected SINGING PICTURES Science and Brains Latest Product! fnHE piNEPHONE! PICTURES THAT SING Tra-la! PICTUKES THAT LaIIGH Ha-ha! - PICTURES THAT TALK Yap-yap! Remember. It's tne Latest Invention. NEXT SATURDAY, April 3rd.—Time and Prices the same as usual. ROYAL ALBERT HALL. ALBERT-ST. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. AND EVERY EVENING. MATJNEE EVERY SATURDAY THE ROYAL PICTURES THE ROYAL PICTURES' THE ROYAL •PICTUR'IiS. At .the Lake ROYAL A Constant IU>I'AL Duel ami PIOTUKE in the •the PlenU-UH time Klxine PALACE of Falls PALACE Rk-hellen ) THE HLGHWAYMA,N. THiE MINER'S DAUGiHTER. EOYAL ALIiEKX UALL. 5 1/ — OUR PRICES — 6d "CI E D E B A L XT ALL, 3 TWO AFTERNOONS THIS WEEK. rpO-MORROW, rpUESDAY. ° AND WEDNESDAY. v The World-famed * -yiTAL gCIENCE "TXEALERS Will Give Their Celebrated T ECTURES AND TjIREE JTEALING T^EMONSTRATIONS „ All Treatments on the Platform, Free of " Charge, to as many as time will permit. ADMISSION FREE TO ALL. ; Come Early. Doors open 3 p.m.; com- * mence 2.30 ■ ECCIfSIASTICAXi. i. —— . THE LAYMEN'S LEAGUE OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. OBJECTS: (a) Thl Association of Laj Churchmen within the diocese of Auck land for the purpose of Defending th« Rights of the Laity against the en--3 croachments of Ecclesiasticism in matters appertaining to Church Govern meirt and Church Ritual, (b) To Edu cate. by means of Literature, Lectures. and Open Discussion, the Church peopl* of the diocese regarding the Dangerous Character of the Homeward movement j within the Church, (c) To Devise and c make known among Churchmen an ef 0 fective Mode for restraining and dealing with the evil* referred to In "A" and ••B." Tbis League Is now being formed. Mem- \ berg of the Church of England In sympathy II with its objects and desiring to be associated with the League before its public in auguration are respecrfuly invited to sent! in their names end addresses on or befow the 31st inst. to any of the following Mem bers of the Provisional Committee, or bj letter addressed "Bos 247, G.P.0., Auck - land":—S. L. Abbott. Remuera; R. Bed ford, Fonsonby-rd.; R. R. Hunt Parnell: 1 I. H. Marshall, Mt. Albert; G. O. RolUnson King's Court; J. R. Salt, Tole-st.; W. J .' Speight, Epsom; H. Srmous, View-rd., Mt l " Eden; J. Warnock, Richmond-rd.; F. White' head, Victoria-st. W. a SPORTING. . A CCKLAND mROTTING QLUB. i AUTUMN MEETING. SECOND DAY. >TEXT, Q1 ST INST. < ACCEPTANCES FOE ALL EVENTS CLOSE at 0 P.M. V RECORDS. The Stewards have decided to allow the horses LORD ELMO and SPECIALIST to again attempt the 2m 18s record on WEDNESDAY. BOOKMAKERS Must apply for Renewal of their Licenses 0 before 9 o'clock THIS EVENING. FIRST RACE STARTS AT 1.15 P.M. C. IT. MARK, Secretary. i- JOCKEY CLU3. AUTUMN MEETING, 1909. 5 SATURDAY, 24th APRIL, And WEDNESDAY, 28th APRIL. Nominations for AVONDALE HANDICAP s AUTUMN HANDICAP STEEPLECHASE HANDICAP RAILWAY HANDICAP Will Close on FRIDAY NEXT, April 2, IUO9, by 9 p.m. For further particulars, see futnre advertisement. HARRY H. HA.YR. Secretary. PIANOS, ORGANS, Etc rnHE OF A J IFETIME. 25 p iAKOS . BY BRITISH AND CONTINENTAL MAKERS. 0 ALL OF HIGHEST REPUTE. ~. '■ The above goods have been consigned to us. Owing to shortage of floor space, we s are obliged to quit consignment as soon - as possible. The prices are quite 40 per » cent below any pianos of the same standard offered in this city, INSPECTION INVITED. c "El T"\ARBY, DARBT-ST.. AUCKLAND. M9S ■ "piANOS AND ORGANS. - Woricr» -J- Leading Makers. Sale, Hire, or Ex--1 change. Call and lnapect. — IT. Moore and Co., next Smeeton'a, . ■ .

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 7 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 75, 29 March 1909

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