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AMUSEMENTS. TTIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. SPECIALLY TNTERESTING AND TX/SELCOME "pASTER ATTEACTION. Commencing gATURDAY -V-EXT, APRIL 10th. IDOL-LARD'S JUVENILE QPEHA QOMPANY. In A MAGNIFICENT PRODUCTION Of Planquctte's Masterpiece, The Delightful Romantic Comic Opera, RIP VAN WINKLE. RIP VAN WINKLE. RIP VAN WINKLE.

Augmented Orchestra and Operatic Chorus. Beautiful Ballets by Specially-trained Dancer?. Magnificent Scenery and Stage Effects. The Whole Produced under the direction of

MR TOM TOLLARD. Boi rian Wlldman and Arejr'e. PRICES: V, 2/6. ],'. Eorly Doors, 6cl extra. General Manager. MR A. MOSS. Treasurer. MR W. A. LOW. •Pl B D E X A L TZT A L- L, -i AUCKLAND. Direction of .7. and X. Tait. Manager C. C. Campbell. j FOUR FAREWELL CONCERTS. ■] Commencing 1 Q.OOD -pRIDAY, A rRIL QTH. \ (Special Appropriate Matinee , GOOD FRIDAY, at 3 p.m.) ) THE WELSHMEN'S FINAL RALLY THE WfiLSHMKN'S fc'iXAL UALLI TUE WEJLSHiIiijrS FINAL UALLY FOUR •■GOOD-BYE' , PERFORMANCES And POSITIVELY THE VERY LAST OPi'Ußl'L\MliLa J Of Hcaiiag THE ROYAL WELSH MALE CHOIR. TUt; KOYALf WELSH .SIAL-fc LtILHK. XJafc' UUYAL WL'Lart MALL' CiIOIK. TUE ROYAL, WELSH MALE CHOlii. BRILLIANTLY DIVERSIFIED PKOUKAMJiES. : POPULAR TRICKS. 3/ Reserved.!. -'/. and ONE SHILLING. Box Plan uoiv opeu at Wildmau aud Area's. Booking fee, 1/. Early Doors to 2/ and 1/ seats 6d estra, at H.ii. Care. Tounug Manager. A. W. BATISTE.

ra.vd /10XCEKT. l p H O ii A L U A L L. I THURSDAY NEXT, APKIL 8. N AID OF THE FUNDS OF THE JUiJILEE INSTITUTE FOR IHE BLIND. P R O G R A M OJ E. 1. Quarist. •■ So Do I " 5 THE L.VIQUE QUARTET j: lJlef?rf. Abel Kf'ivp. A/i. G. T J. Lonergan. and Karl Atklusout. a 2. Fianofoif Solo. " lvinnaiee ia A Flaf iChoplui j • MISS ELJIE HA.MILTON. !r 3 Song, ' Come Inu the Garden, Maud" ! tiiaie.i t MB. ROBERT NOTON. j Aiyompaaln. Mr. H. Irving Gas=. I 4. Sodc. mi "Maying" iNevinl t ili) "Invitation" (Barryi j With Zither Accoinpanimeijt. t MKS. ABEL KOWE. 5 Recitation, iaj "The Bic-bop and the t Caterpillar" d>l "The Waternilll."'... j (Sarah Doadney j MR. KABER HARRISON. 6. Or;,in So':c, " Grand Choeur in O" lOuilmaut) MR. E. CHITTY. iLate pupil of the Blind institute!. 1. Soul-. " Good-hyp " (Tcstii ißv sperlal rrquP?ri. MISS FLORKNCE QUINN. Accompanist. Miss Jpdiilp Qmnn. 5. Descriptive Scena, "The Maniac" tßussfll.i iHr special reqnosti. MR. M. HAMILTON HODGES. A.-forupauisi. Miss EUie Hamilton. 9 Song. "For Spring Will Bid Them Blow" (Gloiiih Leighten MRS. M. HAMILTON HODGES. Accompanist. Miss Elsie Hamilton. 10. Vlnlm S<>lo, ' Conm-to " .... iTi»n Have) Mil. COI/IN MI'STOX L.R.A.M. Accompanist. Miss Elsie Hamilton. n. Son?. "Tile Crown" iKcnnrth Rae) Miss BLANCHE GARLAND. 12. Quartet. "Moonlight." THE UNIQUE QUARTET. (Messrs. Al.°l Roive". Alf. G. Fogerty, J. Louergan and Karl Atkinfoni. " GOD SAVE THE KING." rri.-pr of Aflmisslnn- ft,'. 2 . 1 ■'. Holders or ."/ tickets mar hook seat 3at | TVilriman and Arey'a free of charge. j Erard Grand Piano nserl. I Box plan now opr-n. \ i Trims to and from Choral Hall to suit all suburbs. Commence S p.m. Cnrria?es. etc.. 10 p.m. ROBERT NOTON. R. LESLIE HUNT. Directors. SPORTING. AUCKLAND TJACIXG pLTJB. A UTUMN "\FEETING. APRIL 10th. 12th. and lMtli. FIRST DAY. SATURDAY. APRIL 10th. NORTHERN CHAMPAGNE STAKES and F.ASTER HANDICAP. Etc. SECOND DAY, MONDAY. APRIL 12th. ST. GEORGES HANDICAP and AUTUMN STEEPLECHASE, etc. THIRD DAY. TUESDAY. APRIL loth. AUTTTMN HANDICAP, Etc. I Bookmakers and Bookmakers' Clerks will not he admitted to the course unless licensed by the Club. Children under 12 years of age will not be admitted to Grand Stand Enclosure. J. F. HARTLAND, Secretary. A VONDALE JOCKEY CLTJIS Jrx. AUTL'MN MEETING, 1909. NOMINATIONS for all Minor Events will CLOSE at the Club's Office. High-st., i TO-MORROW (THURSDAY), Bth April, 10CO, by NINE P.M. HARRY H. HA.XR, Secretary. FISH — FISH — FISH — Finest QnaiitT. Lowest Priceß at Sandford's Fish Mar- ' ket, opposite Custom House, Retail. Phono 658.

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 7 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 83, 7 April 1909

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