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i ——"r~" "™"——- —"— ■-= AMUSEMENTS. OPERA H O "V S B Lessees:. John Fuller.and Sons. FULLER'S ULLEB'S - \_X7IDE TKJOULD -piCTURES "IDE- »»ORLD PICTURES PROGRAMME EX.CELS- EVERYTHING. rrriLBUB TT/RIGHT, . the BIRD MAN, Tr *» A Marvellous Film. FULL ORCHESTRAL BAND.. . PRICESr-1/6, If, and 6d. - - Plan at Wildroan's. MATlNEE—Saturday at 2.30. Children, 6d. QPERA TTOUSE, NEXT SATURDAY, APBIL 3rd. FIRST TIME IN NEW ZEALAND. rpHE r-UNEPHONE! Latest Perfected TALKING PICTURES. Latest Perfected SINGING PICTURES. Science and Brains' Latest Product! rriHE /MNEPHONE! PICTURES THAT SING Tra-la! PICTURES THATLADGH Ha-haT PICTURES .THAT. TALK Yap-yap! . Remember. It's the Latest Invention. NEXT SATURDAY, April Brd.~-Time and Prices the same as usual. •TIBAM SEBVICB. APRIL 2., HAMILTON HODGES' CONCERT, CHORAL HALL. Trams Leave— Three Lamps, Ponsonby, 7.15 p.m., 7.30 p.m. Remuera, 7.15 p.m. AMILTON HODGES' CONCERT, Choral Hall—Patrson holding 3/ tickets will kindly reserve same at Wildman and Arey's to avoid confusion at the Hall on April 2nd. NEHUNGA Skating Rink.—Open every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday Evening, "and Saturday Afternoon A. Smith, Proprietor. 23 SPORTING. A UCKLAND mKOTTING /-tLTJB. AUTUMN. .MEE>n:?G. THIRD DAY: gATURDAt -NJEXT, A PRIL Q ACCEPTANCES. . FOR ALL EVENTS i CLOSE TO-NIGHT (THURSDAY), at : NINE P.M. , RECORDS. LORD ELMO (Chrlstchurchl. SPECIALIST, will attempt to establish a Two Mile Record, for a Purse of lOOsovs. BOOKMAKERS Must apply for Renewal of their Licenses before 9 o'clock THIS EVENING. FIRST RACE STARTS AT -J -t pf P.M. C. F. MARK. Secretary. A UCKLAND "DACING ("ILUB. AUTUMN MEETING. .. ,_loth, 12th,/and 13th APRIL, 1909. 1 FINAL PAYMENT. EASTER HANDICAP. 3sovs. ACCEPTANCES (lsov each). TRADESMEN'S HANDICAP, EDEN -HANDICAP,-.. VICTORIA HANDICAP, NELSON. HANDICAP, TRAMWAY HANDICAP. Are due with the Secretary on FRIDAY NEXT, 2nd APRIL, by 9 p.m. FEES to acompnny acceptance. J. F. HARTLAND, Secretary. NOTICE TO BOOKMAKERS. Bookmakers wishing to obtain Licenses to bet at Ellerslie duriug the Autumn Meet, ing must send iv their applications, accompanied by amount of fee (£2O 10/). for first day, on or before MONDAY NEXT, the sth lest., by 12 noon. J. F. HARTLAND. Secretary. BOOTS AND SHOES. JOHNSTON BROS. Offer a very large selection of Boots nnd Shoes, at Lowest Cash Prices: | ; : , JOHNSTON BROS. . . Sell Men's and Women's Goloshes and ! Footholds, at usual wholesale rates. JOHNSTON BROS. Have received New Season's lines In Felt Slippers — big variety. Keep large stocks of Tan Good6r Imported and local; good quality. Johnston bros. ~~' Offer Ladies' Evening Shoes, from 3/11, Gents.', from . 5/6; many prices. ; JOHNSTON BROS. TT" ; Show Men's . Lace Boots from 9/6-to * 25/; quality good; prices low. . M 172 EDUCATIONAL. g JOHN'S.QOLLEGI ATE CCHOOL, "THE PAH." BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR BOYS. Headmaster: THE REV. P. S. SMALLFIELD. Assisted by an Efficient Staff of Resident and Visiting Masters. Half Term begins on MONDAY, March 22. Telephone 729. M 312 OCHOOL OF DRESSMAKING.—Mis>J Reld, Wellesley-st. Classes tor PracM cal Dressmaking. Daily, except Wedue-sdiv afternoon; Eveuings. Tuesday- and Frfdiiv LUNCHEON AND TEA ROOMS THE LOTOS LUNCHEON AND TEA ROOMS, Partridge's New Queen-st. (first .floor). Cold Lunch IS ? r ,? m ;#Mf rnin V nd Afteru °on Tea. Rooma delightfully cool. . ™ W HEN pONSONBY.' VISIT WILES' DICING. LUNCHEON. __ AND TEA' ROOMS. AFTERNOON TEA FOB LADIES A SPECIALTY. . Note the OnJr Address: - BAKER, » ,W«B END BAKERY. THREE LAMPS. • 1 jehoua awa, **<►*-*

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 7 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 78, 1 April 1909

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