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AMTUSEMEIVTS. ' | TTIS MAJESTY'S THEATBJI ! Lessee - - - Mr C. R. Bailey," -""A; TO-XIGHT. Mm TO-NIGHT. ■ ■■■;■■:&ss% TO-NIGHT. First Production ou a Scale of Great ilaetit' fleeuce of the Brilliant, Original, and. R!' T j lously Funny Operatic!s.i, in t ~ Acts and Several Side-Spiittirig Scene*, "ILiSIELLA" "MANUELLA" , : : ; -MAXUELLA" .; .: (Birch-Humphreyii)- •-.■.. Than which nothing Funnier or more Exi hilaratingly Tuneful has ever been sei»n Is - Auckland. FOR FIVE NIGHTS OXLY .'JS'fif "MANUELLA." Will be produced under the sole Stage Ma» agemerit of tne Composer tThos. Humpirenl who will also conduct, and witJi Hie f oFibir ' : ins Great Cast of MIRTH-PRODUCERS: v. J (The "Human Cigars." nntp the, names O i : the Characters). Partigas (Baritone Lead) . .Mr. Geo. Bagnaß Aguila D'Oro (Vocal Comedian) -.Jrirfi; 51 r. Arttenr JEajiS Manuel Garcia Alonso (Comedian) -i;::".". : '-- M Mr. Xed Fort'S Coqueita s (Soubrette) .. Miss V. yon. Merera ~ Florafina (Soubrette). .. Miss Emily, HolmS® Lord Henry Clay (Comedian) '•%;'£>'ss Mr. Laurew.o Abrahami .Senor Antonio Murias (Comedian)- ."..v.i>;iS Mr. H. C. Borradali S Lady Henry Clay (Comedienne) Miss lEls'.e knowlei' 7 :lliberno-Cuban Polieein,an (Comedian) . :.;vj;3| Mr. Joe King 1 Manuella (Soprano Lead) Miss Alfire Vaushan - (The Brilliant Young Ciiliforniain Singer^ v . Specially Engaged). CHORUS OF 50. comprising Pianinos Hands, Cigar and Cigarette Rollers, ' Children, etc. - "M Scene: A Cuban Tobacco Plantation. • FULL. OPERA ORCHESTRA, led fiyßee"Elisel. Gorgeous New Scenery ana Cosrumes, Spark 1 linpr Ballets, Humorous Specialities, and ( Host of Surprising Feature?, at which YOU CAN'T HELP LAUGHING. [ - Urgent Note to the Public—There behwr XO OVERTURE (in accordan.-e with the , : custom now in vagne in the Net- York theatres), patrous are requested to lbe seated .at.; 8 p.m. sharp. Carriages, etc.. at 10.25ipia/iv Early doors open at 7 p.m. (6d. «xtra). Box 1 ' Plan att Wildman and Arey's. Day Sales at His Majesty's' Ofe Popular Prices—i/. 2/6. and 1,.. V^ BOOK AT ONCE , to avoid disappointment - •as an ENORMOUS RUSH for seats is settlnt ■ in. M. COHEN. Director. : VJ: ii MAJESTY'S THBA.TKB. ' Lessee Mr C. R. Bailey . Under the Direction of W. Jameson; '; T>RELIMIXARY A NNOUNCEMENT. ■- gPECIAL RASTER ATTRACTION /"I OOD TpRIDAY, A PRIL Q ' ~j\ THE PATTHE PICTURE CO. AXl> ORCHESTRAL BANI>. MUSIf. PICTURES SONG AND STORY. BEAUTIFUL- MOTIOX PICTURES OF THE WORLDS GREATEST EVENTS. To the world the woild ire show, We make the world to laugSi: And teach each hemisphere to know How lives the other half. WATCH PAPERS.FOR. FURTHER-, • ANNOUNCEMENTS. . ] ; vfi> Representative Harold Mason TfDEN PARK. K3NGSLAXD. TO-MORROW 3- p.m. • AUCKLAND Q.AHRISON T2 A XD. ■ SELECT PROGRAMME. COLLECTION".. pRAND OCOTCH /SONCEET.. SOXGS OF BONNIE SCOTLAND. EAST-ST. HALL. MONDAY, APRIL - sth, . at 8 p.m. ■ ■ .{ss& BY ST. ANDREWS CHORAL CLASS. PROGRAMME.—First Part: Chorus, -The Avrld- Hgose," St. Andrew's Choral Class; : Sole, "Aftou Water." Mr. J. Williamson;' Flute Solo, Mr. G. Edward PoAre; Solo, "Caller Herrin." Miss Campbell; Solo, : '"There's a Land," Mr. Ernest Sutherland; Solo, "Doon the Burn," Miss Mudge; Solo, -The Tillage Blacksmith," Mr. T. 31. Forrest; Duet. "Will Ye No Come Back A.gain," Misses Campbell and Galloway; chorus, .' "Comin" Thro , the Bye," ?§l§S Andrew's Choral Class. Interval. Second Part: Chorus, "Annie Laurie." St Andrew's Choral Class: Solo. "Out in the Deep." Mr. E. A. Gillandcrs; Solo, "Summer Dreams," Miss Mudge; Clarionet Solo, Mr. Ernest Sutherland; solo, "The White Squall." Mr. T. M. Forrest; Solo, "The Enchantress," Miss Campbell; quartet, "Star of the Summer Night," Messrs. Bryden, Buchanan, J. and G. Henderson; Chorus. "The Lad That Wears the Plaidie." St. Andrew's Choral Class. wSji • Accompanist, Mrs. Neave; Conductor. Mr< j A. M. Bryden. Admission, 6d; Children, 3d. In Aid of Mission Funds. ! /-IHORAL, TTALU THURSDAY EVENING NEXTL'-CVI APRIL'S, AT S P.M. , A RAND pOMPLIMEXTARr /CONCERT. ;,- In Aid of the Funds of THE JU-BILEB;fi INSTITUTE FOR THE BLIND, will b*., tendered by the following Artists:— ',' j m MR AND MRS M. HAMILTON HODGBB MISS FLORENCE QUINN §B SUSS BLANCHE GARX,AN,t> --. . MR ROBERT NOTON MISS ELSIE HAMILTON MRS ABEL ROWR 'MR COLIN MUSTOX, L.R.A.M. i-S-'S MR KABER HARRISON ■• ■--- MR E CHITTY. and -j '. .J-SSi THE 'UNIQUE QUARTET (Messrs -Abel: Rowe. Alf. G. Fogerty, J. Lonergan,*;:: and Karl AtklnsonH Doors open at 7 p.m., comm«neß.tt S p.m. Carriages, etc., at 10 p.m. Trams will ;; run to and from the Choral "Hail to suit'all ;, suburbs. : 'Y Holders of 3/ tickets may book seats atS Wildman and Arey's free of charge. Box Plan opens Monday morning, 4th. , Prices 'of admission—3/. 2/, i/. :• '•" Erard Grand Piano used. ROBERT NOTON, 3g R. LESLIE HUNT, Director*. .' T EC T U R E .' S.S LADIES.—Two Free Health Talks,. well:' illustrated, will be given at the Tlavi r Rooms, 2nd Floor. City Chambers; on MOX- : , DAY and THURSDAY Afternoons, the sth / and Sth iusts., at 3 o'clock. Subjects: "Headache, Backache, Nervousness,". "Gpod", Health for Woman in Kature's Own Way , ,"} Printed version of the- Viavi Aims- and'; Methods obtainable personally or. for aMS stamp. d : . DANCING.— Mr. T. W. RobsonwiU hold;; a Long Night Social in Druids' Hall,Newton, on TUESDAY, April 27th. Heley's, Orchestra. • .-f' ;sl ?l'. DANCING.— Mr E. A- WUliamsV Longs : Ntglit takes place Nest Wednesday Evening at Private Academy. Morrow' 4 Band. ,_____iE ; : . DANCING.— 3ir. E. A. Williams' -Elementary and Advanced Classes: Ladies' and Gents., Monday and Friday Evenings,;, Wednesday and bawday Afternoons. Tries-.: ; day Evenings, Gents only. Tlnrsdaj'. | Evenings. Ladles cniy. \»ednesday Even.- . Ings, Advanced only.-^Terms on application at the Acacemy, S, Upper Queen-st. M(^. row's Baud. ' "*'" A N~ C_ I N G. MRS. SOWERBY will re-open her Classes for Ballroom and Fancy Dancing, ■. St. ."An- .. drew's Hal, Lower Symonds-«ti. -, .et, A i 22ird. Thursday, S p.m.: Friday. ".30'p.iy.;.:.' Saturday, 10.31) a.m. and 2 p.m. Epsom HBU. : ! Epsom; Wednesday, 31st, 7.H0 p.m. ior terms, etc., apply MRS. SO.WE2BT,- Kβ; whiti. Onchunga. L -.. DANCING.— Miss Morrow, Certificated Teacher of Dancing, will re-open .net ;. 1 Class in the Parnell Hall, Friday, April 23va, • 7.3 i) p.m.; also the Masonic Hall, Devonport, Monday. May 3. 7.30 p.m., in connect ion with Miss Fendall's College. Stanley Bay. Private lessons given by arrangement at Mies Morrow's, Gladstone-rd- Parncll _ AXCIXG AND PHYSICAL CULTURB.MISS KNIGHT resumes Classes »r Physical Culture. Latost Ballroom - Dancing-. Juveniles: Saturday, Apnlli.-•?> . . p.m.. Fonsonby Hall. Private Lessors. lio* ! spectns: 10, Ardmore-road. - !' ij '.;.:•■'. and Published for the ? ro Pj;H O t !S -I "V... Krett Printins and- PnblteW"!'.. :; r.iiiiiM'iiy, Limited," by Henry '■i Lake Takapuna, Journalist, at tneOtnc* H of the Company, ShorUand-et, Auckland. ''I . SATURDAY, APEIL 3, '

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 8, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 80, 3 April 1909

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