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AMUSEMENTS. ROYAL. ALBERT HALL. ALBERT-ST. mO-NIGHT, mO-NIGHT AND EVERY EVENING THE ROYAL PICTURES THE ROYAL PICTURES THE ROYAL, PICTURES AT THE ROYAL Gorgeoue A ROXAL Scenic . New ROYAL Entrancing Colossal PICTURE Dramatic Carnival PICTURE- Highly of PICTURE Educational Attractions PALACE whose To-nigbt PALA.CE Brilliance Is PALACE Dazzling ROYAL ALBERT HALL. 1/ — OCR PRICES — 6d TT7S MAJESTY'S THEATRE. gFECTAL TOASTER A TTRACTTOX Commencing gATURDAY -VfEST, APRIL 10th. pOLLARD'S JUVENILE " /~\FERA /~<OMPANY, In A MAGNIFICENT PRODUCTION 01 Planquette's Masterpiece, The Delightful Romantic Comic Opera, RIP VAN WINKLE. RIP VAN WINKLE. RIP VAN WINKLE. SPECIAL NOTICE. The Box Plan will be open at Wildman ?"iL Arey-s on TUESDAY MORNING I'EXT, at 0 o'clock. PRICES—4/, 2/6, 1/. Touring Manager, F. W. DUVAL. g T - pARISH ALL. LOWER SYMONDS-ST., AUCKLAND. NEXT MONDAY EVENING, at 8, For One Night Only. pROFESSOR Q. TVEAUMONT (Paiis University) ».I1 Lecture upon aud Demonstrate "HOW TO LEARN LANGUAGES" Br the "Goniu Series Method." MONSIEUR ROBERT P.OEUFVE, Consul for France, will preside. This New System, based entirely upon Psychology, is now universalis acknowledged as the MOST EASY, RAPID, and PRACTICAL SYSTEM ever applied, for Teaching and Studying Languages. It has been adopted by over Three Hundred Collegos and Schools, and is rightly described by 'he "Review of Reviews" and other Newspapers as: "THE ROYAL ROAD TO LANGUAGES." No home study is needed aud no books are employed, yet the student aequhes as sound and perfect linguistic knowledge as by residing abroad. He becomes able to speak any language fluently, and with the purest, pronunciation, IN AN INCREDIBLY SHOUT TIME. ADMISSION FREE, A limited number of Reserved Front Seats nt "}/ each can lie secured in advance at Wildman and Army's. Second Seats (unreserved), 1/ each. Doors open 7.30. Commences. Cairiages 9.50 rpHE -yiTAL gCIENCE JJEALERS Will remain in Auckland for some time They ha-re Opened Private Offices in Room* 51 and 52, City Chambers. Corner Queen and Victoria Streets West! Auckland (take Lift to Third Floori. j There is no doubt that the Vital Science | Henlers. who during the past we»k have demonstrated their extraordinary power of healing in Federal Hall. Auckland, have ob-, tamed marvellous cures, both publicly andj privately, and that a large number of sufferers from Acuie Rheumatism. Lumbago, sightedness. Tumors. Goitres, St." Vitus' Dance, Catarrh. Dyspepsia, etc.. have been either completely cured or wonderfully improved. Over three thousand people" witnessed tbeir wonderful work at the Federal Ha!'., aud many sufferers who received fre3 treatment on the p ntforin enu vouch for th< uiarvollo'iis relief they have received without the use of medicine or surgery. They are carrying the good news all over the State. On account of the large number of patients requiring private treatment, Messrs. Beaumont- and Posthlewait, Vital Science Healers will after To-day discontinue their public demonstrations, but. they will remain at their Private Offices at th,? City Chambers (third floor) for a limited period only, aud sufferers should avail themselves of this opportunity to call without delay in order to consult" these successful healers on any week day between 10 and 12 or 2 and' 5 p.m. A small fee is charged at the Office for Cousul'tation, Examination, and Advice. NF.HUNGA Skating Rink.—Open every Monday. Wednesday. Friday, and Saturday Evening, and Saturday Afternoon.—A. Smith. Proprietor. 23 BOARD AND RESIDENCE. A HNCLIFF. 103. Symo'.ids-st.—Vacancies eliuuis. every cuiiveulence: terms, £1 per week.—Mrs Thomson. Proprietress. 26 TTdver'tlSE R «S thoroughly recom- ■«- mend Private Board and Residence to m.c, every comfort; liberal table, and kind attention. Apply Star Office. 85 LMA, 130, ■ Symonds-st.—Residential Boarding Establishment: penny section; excellent table: modern conveniences: permanents. 18/: others hy arrangement. 25 ~~\ LADY has a large room with fireplace: •"*- every convenience, no children, no boarders; Heme Bay car stop~ near gate.— Apply 157. Jervols-rd. CCOMMODATION for 2 or S Boarders with private family: good home: good table: hot and cold bath; comfortable bedrooms: 4miu. walk Queeu-st.; soft washing: IS/.—Roslyn House, cor. Wynyard-st. and Grafton-id., near Choral Hall. M 405 USTRALBION, foot Sentinel-rd~, overlooking harbour.—Splendid Accommodation for gentlemen; large airy rooms; tennis lawn and garden; sea bathing: charges moderate. 'Phone 2,"i54. Mil BOARD and Residence for 1 or 2 respectable Boarders, in private family; near Id section.—No. 42. West-st.. Newton. BOARD and Residence. "iMelrose.7" D? vonport, 16/ per week.—Apply 52. Devonport P.O. Suit two young men. 26 Corner Cook ami Nelsoia vV sts. —Vacancy for 2 chums; bath and piano, under new management. Every home comfort.—Mrs Blyth. Proprietress. UiKL'KK Wanted: single room; every convenience; soft washing included; 17/ per week. —7. Scotia-piace, off Queen-st. (H FERNGLEN." SO, GRAFTON-RD.—Pri-vate Board and Residence for permanent boarders; every convenience; home comforts; terms moderate. LENALVON " PRIVATE HOTEL. (Late "Admiralty House.") Telephone, 1010. JERHYN-ST. GLENOSMOND," Select Board and Residence. Good table. First-class Chef. Sirs 3. Insram. Lower Syinonds-st. 'Phone 1349 M 174 GENTLEMEN can have Comfortable Board and Residence, with soft washing, IS. Residence iind Breakfast, 10/.— 14i. Ponsouby-rd.- • 30 IBS FTLI.TJEL.has Vacancies, for Boar.ilers. -Westbourne, ziO, Hobson-st., Auckiaud. ■pKIVATE Apartments: single and double -L beds, according to requirements. —Address Ngapuhi. Arawa-st.. Graf ton District. TRAVELLE US and Tourists.—Board and Residence, 45. Kuyber Pass; moderate charges. ■ 24 T3B LIONS," .12. WELLESLEY-ST." WEST. •Phone 2583. . Telegrams "Lions." Miss. Alisou Mackenzie riYWO Friends can have cam C<>rt.%i>ie Soon: J- and- Breakfast, ajid soft washing, 10/ each; full board if required,—l4l, Pon stmuy-rd, . ' j^

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 6, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 80, 3 April 1909

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