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AMUSEMENTS. 1 JJIS MAJESTY'S THB^B&_| Lessee - - - Mr C. B. Ballejfc f TO-NIGHT, ; -'^_& Final Performance of the Merry M__t-_|. Comedy, I ' "SIXES AND SEVENS." Which has charmed four large audiea_ BP throughout the week. fe Press and public unanimous that; •=!■' ___§ "SIXES AND SEVENS." '-'- H Is a distinctly clever and enjoyablf. _ H production. | : TO-MORROW NIGHT. -'I SATURDAY, APRIL 3 \ ■ (And for Four Further Nights Only), : 1 "MANUELLA" | ,: "MANUELLA" i I __$_ "MANUELLA" • MKM (Birch-Humphreys). _» AN ORIGINAL, LAUGHABLE. MBI_ __ DIOUS, AND PICTURESQUE" .^■-■r Operatic Extravaganza in Two Acts. te'B; time on any stage. Produced and Bti'm. _T managed solely by Thos. Humphreys I Who read these lines may rely upon it th»» H Aucklanders j CAN'T :'■■-■■ §§_§ recall any former musical work whiek 10 without the SJ B HELP ->:': _B of interpolated specialities, was so ca__S 131} of setting them TA M LAUGHING. V ffl We have confidence in stating that if » HI are in search of something to laugh ' AT % m and music to revel in, you cannot do bet_* tH than witness ™, § K"MANUELLA." II I; FOR FIVE NIGHTS ONLY, ff M Commencing ■ fj h TO-MORROW (SATURDAY) NIGHT; '.' 1 Box Plan for both Productions at Wli' I man and Arey's. Day Sales at His Majesty's Cafe. . ■ 1 Popular Prices—4/, 2/6, and 1/. ,'-.. I Early Doors, Cd extra. Carriages for both productions * 1 10.25 p.m. " I; M. COHEN, § ISSION FAIR, Oddfellows' Hall, edo? N st. —Competitions, Nail Driving, Shoot P ing, Hat Trimming; Valuable Gifts; Musid IRefreshments. 6d. » NEHUNGA Skating Rink.—Open ever? ? Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and SVtiv h day Evening, and Saturday Afternoon.—-A • Smith, Proprietor. SJ i ANCING.—Miss Morrow, Cers_cats3 - Teacher of Dancing, will re-open h»t I Class in the Parnell Hall, Friday, April JBri p 7.30 p.m.; also the Masonic Hall, Devon- I port, Monday, May 3, 7.30 p.m., In connec X tion with Miss Fendall's College, Stanlej __■ Bay. Private lessonß given by arrangement" B at Miss Morrow's, Gladstone-rd., Parnell " § ISS SPENCER will re-open her Dancing H Classes in the Federal Hall, Monday! _r sth April. Elementary, 7 till 8 p.m.; _ii ■ vanced, 8 till 10.30 p.m. Private Lesaoai, B Terms, etc., Miss Spencer, Como Villi. Vlncent-st. 'Phone 2237. MMI I ISSION FAIR, Oddfellows' Hall, Coof 1 st. —Competitions, Nail Driving, Shoofc i ing, Hat Trimmingj Valuable Gifts; Muslcj P Refreshments. 6d. | AGRICUXTURAL SHOW. 1 UCKLAND AGRICULTURAL AM) I PASTORAL ASSOCIATION'S ' S METROPOLITAN WINTER EXHIBITIO_ I EMPIRE DAY. ?! 24th to 2»th MAY, 1909. | ENTRIES CLOSE APRIL 30th. _ ■■ 1 Prize Lasts Free on application. J i' EDWIN HALL, Secretary. .'• B Hall of Commerce. ■'-'•__ TENDERS. |"_ AUCKLAND GRAMMAS SCHOOL fc BOARD. / m Tenders received up to Noon of SATUR-' B DAY NEXT, April 3, for Purchase and | Removal of Cottage, Parnell. Particulars at B Office of j W. A. CUMMING, n ! B 304, Victoria Arcade ''.-i'-M mO BUILDER &'' M Tenders are Invited for the Erection of » Jgf House at Bnckland, up to Noon on FRIDAY, EM the 9th. of AprU, i Plan and Specification at Messrs E. Port- r; er and Co.'s, Queen-street, and at my resi« _■ dence, Pukekohe. JOHN ROUTL.Y, I Architect. v ; H Public Worka Office, ■ Auckland, ISth March, 190 ft ' TENDERS will be received at this Office until Noon of WEDNESDAY, 7_- -•'• April, 1909, for ADDITIONS and ALTERATIONS to the ROTORUA POLICE STATION. Plans, etc., may be seen at Poßt Ofac»%SRotorua and Hamilton, and at this offica.™* No tender necessarily accepted. J. A. WILSON, : District Engineer. Public Works Office, Auckland, 19th March, 1908| : '■-■ TENDERS wiU be received at this Offiw. nntil Noon of WEDNESDAY, 7t_ April, 1909, for ADDITIONS to the BOTO--RUA COURTHOUSE. Plans, etc., may be seen at Post Officer Rotorna and Hamilton and at this office. No tender necessarily accepted. J. A. WILSON, District Engineer. '_',':'.. Auckland, 19th March, 190H' PUBLIC WORK* OFFICE, ;-f rpBNTDERS will be received at this OffiW A until Noon of WEDNESDAY, 7th April, 1900, for ERECTION OF POSTHASTES'* RESIDENCE AT WHITIANGA. "•■• § M Plans, etc., may be seen at Post Offlc* p Whdtiauga, and at this Office. -..: B No tender-necessarily accepted. -i " J. A. WILSON, :- ' District Engineer.; _-.' PUBLIC WORKS OFFICE, ....;.,. Auckland, lOfch March, ISOB.. i'J TBNIDBRS will be received at -this Office : ■ until Noon of WEDNESDAY, 7th April, 1909, for ERECTION (in Brick) of a POST OFFICE AT NGARUAWAHIA. Plans, etc., may be seen at Post Office*, Ngaruawahia and Hamilton, and at thUOffice. No tender necessarily accepted. J. A. WILSON, District Engineer. mHE TAKAPUNA TRAMWAYS ASBh" ■*- FERRY COMPANY, LIMITED. TENDERS FOR FERRY STEAMBBt „ HUE-L. Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to THURSDAY, April Bth, .1909, at 11 a.m., for the Building of one of the Ferry Steamers for this Company. TENDERS FOR FERRY STEAMER:. MACHINERY. Tenders will be received by the underSigned up to MONDAY, May 3rd, 1909, at 11 a.m.. for the Supply of Machinery and . Installing of suae in tie above steamer. ■ Plans and specifications may be seen at the Office of Mr L. B. Harris, Engineer, Customs-st, West, or at the Office of the' Company. '-. The lowest or any tender not necessarily '.; accepted. By order of the Board of Directors. C. F. SANDER.". Actlng-Secretaryv 10S and 109, Victoria Arcade, , Auckland, April Ist, 1909.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 9, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 79, 2 April 1909

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