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AMUSEMENTS.

" MAXUELLA." The largest audience of the season wai present at His Majesty's Theatre-test jvening, when the Birch-Humphreys operatic extravaganza '\Mant;eUa." was repeated. As at.: .the two previous perEormances, the' piece was well received, the work of the principals, especially the two comedians. Messrs East and' Abrahams, calling forth loud encores >M being numerous. "ManueUa" will be staged again this evening, and to-morrow evening, when the season concludes. OPERA HOUSE. , , The Wide-World Pictures and tEe cinephone produce a strong attraction, and the audience last night at the Opera House was an extremely appreciative one. The pictures include some really excellent specimens, and are well worth, seeing. A" similar entertainment will be given this evening. .ROYAL PICTURES. . ■ There was a good audience at the Royal Albert Hall last night, and the moving pictures show little sign of abating public interest. The programme is a well chosen one, and will be presented again this evening. THE TIVOLI. The pictures at the Tivoli Theatre were again well patronised last evening. There will be an entire change of programme to-night, a.nd a new feature will be the -first appearance at the Tivoli of Master Hubert Garter, the boy soprano, formerly of PollaTd's Opera Company. COXCERT FOR- THE BLUTD. Much interest is being taken in the concert to be given at the Choral Hall on. Thursday evening, in aid of the funds of the Jubilee Institute for the Blind. Tha programme advertised presents what appears to be a capital entertainmeut, aud it is hoped that the music lovers of Auckland will respond in their visual hearty manner and take advantage of hearing a geod concert and assisting * good object.--- • PATHE PICTURE COMPANTT - On Good Friday' evening, at His Majesty's Theatre,-a, special progra-mme 'ot music, pictures, --ong and I l>e presented to Auckland theatre-gor-rs iby the above Company. All the pictures Ito be shown are from the Pathe studio.

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AMUSEMENTS. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 83, 7 April 1909

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