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I , : V:, AMUSEMENTS. OPE R A EOCSB U Lessees: John Fuller, and Sons. JC FULLERS T CALEB'S WS E \\TOULD -piCTTJRES. . • » f IDB »»OSLD -tiCTURES . JPHOGRAiI-MB EXCELS EVERYTHING. • WRIGHT," tKe'BIRD MAN, c - , „, rv A Marvellous Film.. :T>IIE AXD INDUSTRIES IX BURMAH (B; ' MR BROWN HAS AVON A PRIZE wl I A CHILD'S FORGIVENESS = ge; ) f.™ JUJrPING AT CHRISTIANIA 'ful t. THE KALEIDOSCOPE er; \ IN SEARCH OF OBLIVION on ; MOORISH CAVALRY MANOEU\ r RES < NICK CARTER (THE JEWEL AFFAIR) : GHOSTS IX THIS HOUSE, and Others. _ . FULL ORCHESTRA. FAMILY CIRCLE, 6d: STALLS, V; ORCH. wl STALLS AND DRESS CIRCLE, 1/5. Children Half-price Al! Parts. Box Plan at WiMrnan's. Booking Fee. 64 Ti MATlNEE—Saturday at 2.30. Children, 6d. po QPE R A : JJ OUSE, .^ NEXT SATURDAY, APRIL 3rd. FIRST TIME IN NEW ZEALAND. T mHE piNEPHDXE! i Latest Perfected TALKING PICTURES. ~ Latest Perfected SIXGINU PICTURES. M Science and Brains' Latest Product: Mi rpHE piNEPHONE! Ml PICTURES THAT SIXG Tra-la! Ml PICTURES THAT LAUGH Ha-ha! ~ PICTURES THAT TALK Yap-ynp! •"' Remember. It's the Latest Invention. ~ NEXT SATURDAY. April 3rd.—Time and Ml Prices the same as usual. " Mi JIEDERAL TTALL, WELLESLEY-ST. WEST. Mi THE -yiTAL gCIEXCE TCTEALERS On Account of Their Great Success, WILL COXTIiNUE EVERY AFTERXOOX THIS WEEK THEIR ' m! -QTEALING DEMONSTRATIONS ] a j All Treatments on the Platform. Free of ' Charge, to as many as time will permit. P.I ADMISSION FREE TO ALL. — ' Come Early. Doors open 3 p.m.; com- -*■ mence 2.30 Another larpe audience assembled Testerday at the Federal Hall to witness the ! successful results obtained by the VIT\L 1 SCIEXPE HEALERS. The 'platform was i crowded with sufferers from majiy Wrious Vi. I complaints. * Vi, I lit would require columns of space in this An I pap?r to publish the names and addresses Pγ I of. the many cases that have received treat- ; ; ment from the hands of these skilled opera- Tγ J tors, the discoverers and exponents of a ! perfect treatise of all forms of i disease, which compiles with ths laws of nature, in which no poisonous drugs are ac I used. hoj I Here are a few cases treated on the pub- -p lie platform of tir.e Federal Hall, in full JL. view of large audiences:— A lady who had been suffering from in- f j flammatory rheumatism for some time was 'helped on to the platform. In less than h, J five minutes she was relieved of all pains, and left rejoicing. I .Another lady, suffering from spinal dis- i ease, was assisted to the platform. In a few minutes she was so relieved that she _ ,'fairly -cried with joy. — i A man reduced to a state of complete ! helplessness from paralysis was then given & few minutes' treatment, and surpris€ti v _ ': the audience by walking off the platform \\ I unsssisted. . p I A lady who had not placed her hand lto ler head for seven years without scream- rr I ing; was given a five.mlnute treatment. She -L ■ithek raised her hand with ease, and placed Tt it ou the tQp of her head, smiling wifh joy. Jγ, i man 77 years old h-ad all the stiffness J_ of age. as well as all file rheumatic paJns, relieved in a few minutes' time. da A fatly who had been deaf for 10 years R had her tieartug restored hi five minutes. A man who suffered four years from facial neuralgia was relieved of all pain in I moment of time. . _j Sime reopie thought that many of the fp wojd-erful effects yerformed of i Beiumont and Posthlewait in the .Federal rj ,Ha!l were nothing than miraculous. We w are assured, however, that more astonlshinj resßlts are being performed daily in t'neir private offices, where they have more t ,. time to enter into the details of difficult cases. H?re every case Is carefully examined, and if a cure is possible, you are as sure ° f The S VTTα^scibxce 1 'HEALERS' Pri- •*■ vate Offices are situated in Che CITY rFAALB'ER'S. Corner of Queen and Victoria Lli streets West (Rooms 51 and 32). and there tn they c-an be consulted daily (except Sunday) fr,)in 10 to noon, and from 5 to 6 p.m. They er will remain in Auckland for a limited .time. d e LSXTEN MTSICALE. Choral Hall. Thursday Night April 1, 1900.—Selections — from "Passion Music." "Hyura of Praise," "Gallia." "Cruciflxion." "Mors et Vita, ' -Theodora. ■' ef. Tickets at Mackay's Book B. Adger. MusicaPCirector. 46 "P DE N PARK. KIXGS LA X D C Q.ARB.ISOX gAXD. SELECT PROGRAMiIE OF FAVOURITE tn AIRS, . v NEXT SUNDAY AFTERXOOX, at 3 p.m. Collection. _ Ajiss Si'EXLtit will re-opeu her Dancing -*- , - 1 - classes in tue federal ifall, Monday, £ ocu April. £ienieutarj, i till S p.m.; Ad- - c - vauceu, s till IO.SO p.m. i-nvate Leasoua. T] 'l'tiruis, etc., .miss epeiicei, two Miia, \inceiit-sc. Tnoiie illOti 1 ni . pox-SOS 13Y BUiAUdiNU AXU LilfJH- IS j ■*• SA\i.\u CLL'B. R ai FIRST GKAND CARNIVAL n< At AUCKLAND GnAVIXG DOCK, at o:\ uouij t kiijay, v, moo. Ci 50YDS NOVICE HANDICAP.—Entry 1/-. sv/l'Ds JiLEurRHJ HAXHICAi , .— tintry, Vβ. i 410 YDs POXSOXBT HAXDICAI , .—Entry, _ 1/6. 50YDS BOYS , tunder 17) HAXDICAP.—Entry, 6d. 26YDS BOYS' (under 14) HANDICAP.—Entry 6d. t 2-.>OYDS' INTER-CLUB HANDICAP.—En- 1 try, 1/6. 100 YDS PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIP.— T Entry. B/- v t. SCHOOLBOYS , RELAY RACE (under 14). t —Entry, a/6. ATHLETIC CLUBS AXD FACTORY RE- n , LAY RACE,—Entry, o/-. T COLLEGE RBLAY RACE.—Entry. 5/-. £c r.OYDS FVI.LY-CLOTI3ED RACE, scratch. - — Eatry. 6d. s Entries to close at Sports' Club and W. ' Smith's Hatter, Ponsonby-road and Cbnrchs'treet, on SATURDAY XIGHT. at 9-30. N. D. CUL.PAN, Hon. Sac. LECTURES. i GREEN, of Manchester, will Lecture in the Central Hall, Cook-st. on °' j Thursday F-venius at S o'clock. Subject; C ■■Spiritual Gifts." Admission, 6d. ,' , — ci " d SPOSTISG. — . ,—— S! t JOCKEY CLUIi. " AUTUMN MEETING, 1009. SATURDAY. 24th APRIL, And WEDNESDAY, 2Sth APRIL. Nominations for AVONDALE HANDICAP 1 AUTUMN HANDICAP STEEPLECHASE HAXDICAP RAILWAY HANDICAP S m£ t: 10 ** oa FKI D-i* NEXT, April 2, F ° ISJO9, by I) p.m. r I For further particulars, see future adn vertisement. ■•! HABBT H. HA.TB, Secrefcry.

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 8, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 77, 31 March 1909

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