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*~| —— ■ - AMUSEMENTS. OPERA HOUSB Lessees: John Fuller and Sons. FULLER'S , OI.LEE'S ' VS7IDE TXrORLD "PICTURES ''IDE »»ORLD -tiCTDBES ENORMOUS SUCCESS OF rpHE /-IINTEPHONE! The Latest Novelty of Modern Times. Latest Perfected TALKING PICTURES. Latest Peifected SINGING PICTURES. PICTURES THAT SING Tra-la! PICTURES THAT L-.UGH Ha-ha! , PICTURES THAT TALK Yap-yap! Remember. It's tne Latest Inyentlon. ANOTHER NEW PROGRAMME. THE DELTA OB" THE NILE SLIPPERY JIM'S REPENTANCE LOGGING IN SWEDEN CHE, ELECTRIC POLICEMAN *° THE GLORIES OF SUNSET MISS TROTT. THE MILLINER, Etc. GOOD FRIDAY XIGHT. Engagement of Madame BLANCHE CARELLI Who will Sing, "I Will Extol Thee. O Lord." from "Eli"; "For All Eternity." and "Calvary." Prices as usual. Reserves at Wildman's. MATINEE on Saturday. Children 6d. TTIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. AA. Lessee Mr C. R. Bailey Direction of W. Jameson SPECIAL GOOD FRIDAY ATTRACTION. GOOD FRIDAY EVENING. APRIL 9. THE PATHE PICTURE CO. THE FATHE PICTURE CO. And ORCHESTRAL BAND. ORCHESTRAL BAND. MUSIC, PICTURES. SONG AND STORY. , MUSIC. PICTURES. SONG AND STORY. An Entertainment of Scenic. Art. and Educational Views that seem Actualities. Absolutely the Finest Motion Pictures the World can Produce. Special Engagement of THE UNIQUE VOCAL QUARTET. THE UNIQUE VOCAL QUARTET. BEAUTIFUL ILLUSTRATED SONGS. "THE HOLY CITY." "NAZARETH," "STAR OF BETHLEHEM," "CALVARY." SEE OUR PICTURES—.Scenes of the World's Latest and Greatest Events Its Wonders. Its Scenery, its Life, its People. Musical Director Mr E. J. Burke Prices—3/, 2/, and 1/. Children halfprice. Box Plan Now Open at Wildman and Arey's. Day Sales at H.M. Cafe. Representative, HAROLD MASON. " TRANCING.—Mr E. A. Williams' Long a-s Night takes place Next Wednesday Evening at Private Academy. Morrow's Band. ' j "*r\ANCING.—The Ngaroma Social Club WFnv?^7,", ff v C l?f s Ktlll "-""'"i"" EVERY VF.DNI.SDA_ NIGHT in Foresters' Hall. I-.dinborough-st. Stephens' Band.—J. Lee« Hon. Sec. ' D X * c~ I jv 67 MRS SOWERBY will re-open her Classes for Ballroom and Fancy Dancing, St An- ."' Ha .-, s T' ev T!' , Low- er Symonds-stieet. April 2Jnd. Thursday. S p.m.: Friday. 7.H-J p £_. Saturday, 10.30 a.m. and 2 p.m. Epsom Hall Epsom; Wednesday., 7.30 p.m For ,Tf' £ tC "_ flpply MRS - SOWERBY, Rawhltl. Onehunga. M 325 MILK COMPETITION F °t T n t T„ B , eSt , Col * " 0 " Recipes (limited ••HiiUi * - c ail descriptions wherein Highlander' Sweetened Milk or "Ca D . Onin , C "^ veeten ed Milk can be utilised. Open to Housewives and Anateur Cooks. n- ?*_ rlze ' £5 5/: Sc 'eond Prize, £3 3/; Third Prize, £1 1/; „-_ Tn-eg p rlzes of Two Dtzen Milk each Competitors must use "Highlander" Sweetened Milk, or "Capstan" or Pasteur„T, h Ins t reeteDed Milk - enclose 3 Wrappers vUth each entry, and write their names on a separate sheet of paper from the recipes. Mrs. E. IS. Miller, authoress of the Economic Cookery Book," will be judge v. hose decision sha'.l be final i„I-t, c f 0 ' !owin K features will be specially "i ' r° account in the awarding of polnts.-Lconomy, Novelty, Nourishing Dishes. Facility of Preparation, Confectionery, Invalids' and Children's Dietary a V g d a.rist taS F e r-s°h f M.i e _. USe ° f C ° DdenSed " I h!' e ,'iir S ,. St ' I,t . In may be used an <i published by the I'ropnetor s of Highlander Mi'k Envelopes to be marked "Competition '.Vo NVE_r'Rciu l °. ML " R v A J S - LIMITED; I.W ERCAROILL. to reach by May Ist. -LUNCH-BON AND TEA ROOMS. rpHE LOTOS LUNCHEON AND TEA J- ROOMS. Partridges New Buildings, Queen-st. tflrst floor). Cold Lunch Ice ? r M a ?'^P rnlnS , an<i Afternooi) Tea. Rooms delightfully cool. VY HEN TJONSONBY, VISIT WILES* DIN>TNG. LUNCHEON AND TEA' BOOMS. AFTERNOON TEA FOR LADIES A SPECIALTY. Note the Only Address: ryiLES, BAKER, WEST END BAKERY, THREE LAMPS. Phone 261__ MEETTN GS. rpO-NIGHT. weather permitting, St •^h_Jr.. eP H n , s -« v . en <*c. Parnell. Subject: Murray. i.30 p.m. 3 rj WATER SUPPLY DISTRICT The Annual Meeting of Ratepayers of the Manukau Water Supply District will be held in the Hoard's Workshop. Manukau road, on WEDNESDAY, April 1-th 190. at So clock p.m. BUSINESS: To receive Report and Bniance-sheet for the year ended 31st March. 1909. . •, -. Wit. HOGO, April 6th, 1909. Clerk. / A "VICTORIA CRUISING /Ly \ CLUB. \ A Genera l Meeting of /ft \ the above club will be // I \ held in the Club Room. /. J &7~.~'.,'"n\ Rob Hotel, TO/C"f"f -■ ■"■.'■■«'-\ NIGHT, at 8 p.m. All TiT ntidf Members are requested t ' J _V ,J * i:s3rr '" to attend. Entrance for Ladles Sailing Race will be received ud till TUESDAY, April 20th. 1909. V F. SCOTT, Hon. Sec. GOI-P MINING NOTICES. rpHE RELIANCE GOLD MINING COM- •*- PANY, LIMITED. A Call (No. 7) of One Penny ad) per Share has this day been made by the Directors payable to the Secretary, at the Company's Office, No. 11. New Zealand Insurance Company's Buildings. Auckland, on THURS DAY, the 22nd day of April. 1909. •T. B. SHEATH. . , , SecreUrv. Auckland, oth April. 1909. THE MAGNET GOLD MINING COMPANY, LIMITED. A Call (the 10th) of One Penny per Shnre has this day been made by the Directors, payable to the Secretary, at the Company's Office. No. 11. New Zealand Insurance Company's Buildings. Auckland, on MONDAY the 26th day of April, 1909. J. B. SHEATH. Secretary. Auckland. sth April, 1909. THE OLD ALBURNIA GOLD MINING COMPANY, LIMITED. A Call (No. 7) of Twopence (2d) per Share has this day been made by the Directors payable to the Secretary, at the Company', Office, No. 11. New Zealand Insurance Company's Buildings. Auckland, on THUKs DAY, the 22nd day of April, 1909. J. B. SHEATH, Secretary. Auckland. sth April, 1900. TENSERS. ■RANTED. Tenders for painting, plumbu „ S ' dralua S e ' bncklaying.-39, Franklin ' rd " 52 rpENDERS invited Excavating.— Apply on A- job, Whi'taker-place, off Symondsstreet, 0 a.m. Wednesday or Thursday. Kennedy, Contractor, 54 O B U I _, d E R S. Tenders are invited until Noon of MONDAY, April 19th, for Alterations to the I National Insurance Co.'s Buildings, QueenARTHUR G. DAW, 313, Victoria Arcade. Architect.^

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 8, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 82, 6 April 1909

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