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AMUSEMENTS. 01 p> Kα ho us el ' Lessees: John Fuller and Sons. FULLER' 3 . OLLEB'S. . ITTIDB TX7ORLD ■PICTURES » » IDE » » OELD A ICTX3BE3 PROGRAMME GREATLY ADMIRED. YXfILBUB TX7RIGHT, the BIRD MAN, ' * * * A Marvellous Film. DUST IN HIS EYES LIFE AND INDUSTRIES IN BURMAH MR BROWN HAS WON A PRIZE A CHILD'S FORGIVENESS - SKI JUMPING AT CHBISTIANIA THE KALEIDOSCOPE IN SEARCH OF OBLIVION MOORISH CAVALRY MANOEUVRES WHEN LOVE WILLS NICK CARTER (THE JEWEL- AFFAIR) GHOSTS IN THE HOUSE, and Others. FRED STOKES' FULL ORCHESTRA. FAMILY CIRCLE, 6d; STALLS, 1/; ORCH STALLS AND DRESS CIRCLE, 1/6. Children Half-price All Parts. *Box rian at Wildman'e. Booking Fee, 64 MATlNEE—Saturday at 2.30. Children, 6d. qpc a a jt o v s~e7 NEXT SATURDAY, APRIL 3rd. FIRST TIME IN NEW ZEALAND. mHE r^INEPHONE! Latest Perfected TALKING PICTURES. Latest Perfected SINGING PICTURES. Science and Brains Latest Product! mHE r^INEPHONE! PICTURES THAT SING Tra-la! PICTURES THAT LAUGH Ha-ha! PICTURES THAT TALK Yap-yap! Remember. It's the Latest Invention. NEXT SATURDAY, April 3rd.—Time and Prices the same as usual. /CHORAL HALL. FBIDAY, APBIL 2nd, 18091 GRAND COMPLIMENTABY CONCERT, Tendered by the Musicians of Auckland to TVT TTAMILTON TTODGES, Prior to his Departure for England. Box Plan Now Open. Programme Wednesday. HAMILTON HODGES Sings • Beloved It is Morn," April 2, Choral Hail. MADAME WIELAERT Sings "Lo, Hear the Gentle LaTk," with flute obligate, at the Hamilton Hodges Concert, April 2. SPORTING. A UCKT.AND mBOTTING riLUB. AUTUMN MEETING. SECOND DAY. mO-MOBBOW, mO-MORROW, ' TO7EDNESDAY , O"l ST INST. RECORDS. The Stewards have decided to allow the horses LORD ELMO and SPECIALIST to again attempt the 2m 18s record on WEDNESDAY. FIRST RACE STARTS AT 1.15 P.M. C. F. MARK, Secretary. ELECTORAL. A UCKLAND HARBOUB. BOARD. Notice is hereby given that at a Poll taken this day the following Totes were recorded:— BRAJXSEY. JAMBS HESKT>»..__ 314 CRAIG, JOSEPH JAMES...._..._ 234 DACRE, CHARLES CRAVE 109 GUNSON. JAMES HENRY 277 HEATHER, HAROLD DENNETT 315 HOLGATE, WILLIAM DOUTHWAITE 70 .Informal _..„._ .— 1 And I therefore declare— HEATHER, HAROLD DENNETT BRADNEY, JAMES HENRY GUNSON, JAMES HENBY duly elected to the Office of Members of the Auckland Harbour Board for the ensuing two years. F. L. PRIME, Returning Officer. Auckland Harbour Board Offices, March 29. 1909. TTABBOUR TOOAED ■pLECTION. TO THE ELECTORS. I beg to return my sincere thanks to those Electors who have again placed mc at the head of the Poll. H. D. HEATHER. mo THE ELECTORS AUCKLAND HARBOUR BOARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— I return you my sincere thanks for your renewed confidence in electing mc as your representative, also to the many friends who so kindly assisted to secure my return. Faithfully yours, J. H. BRADNEY. MEETINGS. mHE SOCIETY FOR THE PROMOTION OF HEALTH OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN. The Annual Meeting of the above Society will be held on WEDNESDAY EVENING, 31st March, at S p.m., ia the Council Chambers (Free Library), Wellesley-st. East. All Subscribers and Friends cordially invited. SI. E. PARKES, Hon. Sec. mALISMAN CON s>o LID ATE D. A Meeting of Shareholders in the above Company will be held in the Stock Exchange Call Room, at 2 p.m., on THURSDAY, April Ist. H. L. NOAKES. Secretary Auckland Stock Exchange. fpUE AUCKLAND AND SUBURBAN DRAINAGE BOARD. SPECIAL ORDER, Public Notice is hereby given that at the next ordinary meetiug of the Auckland and Suburban Diainage Board, to be held ?ono WEDNESDAY ' tne 21st da y of April, 1900. in the City Council Chambers, Coburgst., Auckland, the following Special Order, made by the said Board on the 24th day of March, 1009, will come up for confirmation, The Auckland and Suburban Drainage Board doth hereby by' Special Order, iv terms of section 62 of "The Auckland and Suburban Drainage Act, 1905." resolve to borrow the cum of One Hundred Thousand Pounds sterling (£100,000) HENRY W. WILSON, . Secretary, pro tern. I March 20. 1909.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 8 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 76, 30 March 1909

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