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*■ - AMUSEMENTS.;-„-.'£; P JJIS MAJESTY'S' . THEATB, I Lessee ---Mr C. K. Ballej. | BRILLIANT AND INSTANTASEo™ ? H SUCCESS ' °W . M On Saturdny Night of the Xew ' Operatic Extravaganza, s "MANUELLA" .- M ['"■ "MANUELLA" .H (Birch-Humphreys). !§ THUNDERS OF APPLAUSE.' - g / ROARS* OF LAUGHTER- S A SCENE'OF FRANTIC EXCiTEMFW II COMPOSER AND AUTHOR SS 1 AND CHEEREp TO THE ECHO ''ASrn«B ■M THE. WILDEST ENTHUSIASMVv,f r H EVOKED BY ANY PREVIOUSPROD®,? 1 ; A BRILLIANT TRIUMPH FOR 'ARTTtn. IM AND FOR ALL CONCERNED* 1 •NEVER-TO-BE-FORGOTTEN DEMnv- If , ■ STRATION. -"*'"S^ THE VERY SCENERY AND COSTTTUs, W> WERE CHEERED, AND THOSE & H SPONSIBLE FOR THEM FORMED IS M BOW THEIR fel . m "MANUELLA" ' , ■ ■•'• ..-'.. 1 16 the biggest success of the past.aei.art. s® It can only be repeated for FOUR MnrtS' IS NIGHTS. The public are urged 'tosSI £?!&,. £ T OXCE - o^'lu s'to the SElff II TION SUCCESS OF ™E PRODuS 1 M. COHEN. Director. ff| gPECIAL NOTE TO THE PUBLIC, B Messrs Birch and Humphreys desire ♦ H express to the public of Auckland, -tki! H sincere thanks for the MAGNIPICEVr Hi reception accorded to their extravarnif.i "SH "Manuella" on Saturday night B& rpO-NIGHT. 8 mm.—Bonnie SonTTTJ?' 1 -X- Scotland, by'St, Andrew's Choral Cli..' I East-st. Hall, Newton. Admission, cd"3' if JJIS ' MAJESTY'S THEATRE./ 1 • ~■.-: '."■■,'.:; m JMPORTANT RASTER A TTRACTIOfc I Commencing " '• t S{ gATURDAY APRIL 10th pOLLARD'S JUVENILE . I COMPANY, J '7 , In . .- • - ; H '.' --■ §8 A MAGNIFICENT PRODUCTION ~ Of ~ • [ Planquette's Masterpiece, ', ,- | The Delightful Romantic Comic 1 RIP VAN WINKLE. ;.-"':"- § RIP VAN WINKLE. C*'- ' ; RIP VAN WINKLE. v ;••;■ ;;■ I SPECIAL NOTICE. -"■.'' , || The Box Plan will be open at Wildmii 'H ffiiL Are y's on TUESDAY MORSUiffii'B NEXT, at 9 o'clock. • I •.,." -7 H PRICES— 4/, 2/6, 1/. ';. 1 I Touring Manager, F. W. DUVAL'I. H TRANCING. —Miss Morrow, Ceitlticated p XX Teacher of Dancing, „ will re-open- bet ' H Class ln the Parnell Hall, Friday, April 23t£H 7.30 p.m.; also the Masonic Hall, • Devon."" B port, Monday, May 3, 7.30 p.m., ln conned H tion with Miss Fendall's College, Stanley-■ Bay. Private lessons given by arrangement m at Miss Morrow's, Gladstone-rd., Parnell • p ISS SPENCER wilL're-open her Dancing'E Classes In the Federal Hall, MonOir, ■ Oth April. Elementagr, 7 till 8 p.m.; ii. "■ vanced, 8 till 10.30 p.m. Private Lessonj. fl Terms, etc.. Miss Spencer, Como Vl/iv '. i yincent-st. 'Phone 2237. Mlijl: 1 - /' .'.A:,- j TENDERS. '—: — I mENDERS Wanted for Plumbing ani I A Painting ..-.'of house, New Bond-st, I Klngsland.—Apply on Job, or J. F. WrlglSSJ I Rendel-place,' Eden Terrace. &"-'■ [ /COTTAGE (IN BRICK) IN LORNE-s£-;B Tenders will be received np to THUEifc I [DAY, loth April, at Noon. '£ iR JOHN M. WALKER,.Architect,- A -■ His Majesty's Arcidt I i AUCKLAND HARBOUR BOABD.. fl TENDERS FOR EIGHT SILT PUNTSt..;'B j Tenders wijl be received at' this Offlet ■■ until TUESDAY,- the 13th day of-'-April,' ■ 1909, at noon, for EIGHT SILT PHM3,-.-.:■ in terms of iplans and specifications to>'S«W seen at the Engineer's Office. V-"."- ■ The lowest or any tended hot necessaiiiyTiß accepted. ';-; B Tenders to be endorsed "Tender for Eightiß Silt Punts." ■ .' ; "H By order of the Board. - :ii -. if J. M. BRIGHAM. '■- , B Secretary. . H Secretary's Office, April 1, 1909.,":,■'."".',-. g A UCKLAND HARBOUR BOjHlk|il TENDERS FOB. CONCRETE HET-iDfr! i ING WALL, NEW NO. 4 JETTY.. : H Tenders will be received at this Offlct'fl until TUESDAY, the 27th day of April, ;.■ 1909, at noon, for CONCRETE BETAIX- "■ ING WALL,.NEW NO. 4 JETTY, of plans and epeclflcations to be seen at-ths.£■ Engineer's Offlce. ' B The lowest or any tender not necessarily if accepted. '■ H Tenders to be endorsed, "Tender for- ■ Concrete Retaining Wall, New No. 4 H Jetty." p By order of the Board. < : . . ij, J. M.* BRIGHAM. . . || Secretary r . H Secretary's Offlce, April 1, 1909.-, .-. ■.'•""jg AUCKLAND POST OFPICiTB It Is hereby notified that the date:for ;H receiving Tenders for the Erection. ofr-tbiKß above Building is extended from the BUi<'•'■ April* to the llth May. " ' ' B JOHN . CAMPB ELL,. I Government Architect - ;B Public Works Department, '7m -WelUngton. 15tli March, '1900: ' -... _??m AUCKLAND POST . . ' OFFICi J : Fresh Tenders will be received at.this ■= I Offlce until Noon of THURSDAY, iflra I April, for the Erection -of the above.' r I ing. They are to be addressed to itlio. 1 I Minister of Public Works, and marked oo M the outside "Tender for Auckland Post.» Offlce." Telegraphic tenders, sjnillarlj.,; ■■ marked and addressed, will be considered .ff| if presented at any telegraph office W; H Noon of the same date, provided that writ* m ten tenderstare lodged at any Public \?orti R District Oflice by the same hour. . ■ i.jS Drawings, speciflcatiou, and condition* B of contract may' be seen at the- Pubile •■ Works Office's, Auckland, Wellington. H Christchurch, and Dunediu. The lowest or. H auy tender not necessarily accepted.;; r JOHN CAMPBELL. If GoTernmeut Architect'" -•m Public Works Office. . Ij: Wellington, 4th March; 1909.;..."'.■ ■"■■■' A "R TTERROLD, -..; M ARCHITECT AND .BUILDIXG ~, B , -; zm ROYAL INSURANCE BUfLDISa* || 'Phone 2310. fe .' MlM;^

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 8 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 81, 5 April 1909

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