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AMUSEMENTS. OPERA HOUSE Lessees: John Fuller and Sons. T7TULLER"S E UI.LERS VTTIDE TS7OHLD -piCTURES V * IDE »V OKIjD -tiCTUKES ENORMOUS SUCCESS OF rpHE piNEPHONE! The Latest Novelty of Modern Times. Latest Perfected TALKING PICTURES. Latest Perfected SINGING PICTUKES. PICTURES THAT SING Tra-la! PICTURES THAT La UGH Ha-ha! PICTURES TEAT TALK Yap-yap! Remember. It's tne Latest Invention. ANOTHER NEW PROGRAMME. THE DELTA OF Ti-fE NILE SLIPPERY JIM'S REPENTANCE LOGGING IN SWEDEN SHE, ELECTRIC POLICEMAN THE GLORIES OF SUNSET MISS TROTT. THE MILLINER. Etc. GOOD FRIDAY NIGHT. 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. 2.30. Children 6d. mIVOLImH E A T -X E. NEWTON. Lessee C. Brown-Parker. AN ENTIRE CHANGE OF

TIVOLI— T>ICTURES— miVOLI. IVOLI—t ICTURES L IVOLI. TO-NIGHT AT S. First Appearance of MASTER HUBERT CARTER, The Boy Soprano. Late of Pollards Juvenile Opera Co., to-night,. to-night. geand q acred ip'oncert. band Backed Concert good friday night. Admission: 1/ and 6d. TD'OYAL ALBERT HALL. -"• ALBERT-ST. THE P.OYAL PICTURES THE ROYAL PICTUKES AT GOOD FRIDAY. THE PARSIFAL THE PARiIFATROYAL PARSIFAL ROYAL PARSIFAL PICTURE PARSIFAL, PICTURE PARSIFAL PALACE. EVERY EVENING PALACE. At So-Clock.' MATINEES. SATURDAY and EASTER MONDAY, EASTER MONDAY NIGHT. WORLD'S RECORD PIANO PLAYING. 1-—OUR PRICES—6d. gT. BARNABAS" CHURCH. MT. EDE-N. Sir Joan Stainer's Canxata, "THE CRUCIFIXION." , Will be rendered I TO-NIGHT (WEDNESDAY) at S o'clock By the Church Choir, assisted by members of other Choi-rs. Soloists: Mr. J. W. Ryan."Mr. H. E. Lobb. Offertory for Choi;- Fuud. IT MISS SPENCER - will reopen ber Dancing Classes in the Federal Hall, Monday, sth April. Elementary, 7 till 8 p.m.; Advanced, S till 10.30 p.m. Private Lessons. Terms, etc., Miss Spencer, Como Vih.i, Vlncent-bt. "Phoue 2237. Mlf»i IGHLANDER MILK COMPETITION NTo. 1. For tbe Best Collection of Recipes (limited to Tweivei of all descriptions wherein j "Highlander" Sweetened Milk or "Capstan" Unsweetened Milk can be utilised. Open to Housewives and Amateur Cooke. First Prize. £o 3 : Second Prize. £3 3': Tuird Prize, £1 1. ; nnd Three I'iizes of Two Dozen Milk eacb. Competitors must. use "Highlander" Sweetened Milk, or "Capstan"' or Pasteurised Unsweetened Milk, enclose H Wrappers with eacb entry, and write their names on a separate sbeet of paper from tbe recipes. \ Mrs. E. is. Miller, authoress of the j "Economic Cookery Book." will be judge, (whose decision shsil be final. ' I The following features will be specially ■ taken into account in the awarding of point?:—Economy. Novelty. Nourishing Dishes. Facility of Preparation, Confectionery. Invalids" and Chiidren\s Dietary. Advacta'ge of tbe use of Condensed as agaiust Frusta. Milk. Recipes sent in may be used and published by the Proprietors of Highlander Mi!k. Envelopes to be inaiker] "C'ouipetition No. 1." and addressed to MURRAYS. LIMITED, INVERCARGILL. to reacu by May Ist. Jj-OR T~\ A N C I N G o- nly"p O R T M A N T» O O M S." , LARGEST FLOOR FOR PURPOSE IN AUCKLAND.

SITUATED IN CITY. TRAMS PASS DOOR. EVERY CONVENIENCE, including SUPPER ROOM. LOUNGE, SMOKING, and - DRESSING ROOMS. For further particulars, apply to the SECRETARY, Bos 3TT. LUNCHEON AND. TEA BOOMS. — ■ _ £J.ENUINE AMERICAN ICE CREAM. Original ar.d Only Manufacturers. FRUIT SALADS. MESSENGER BROS., Tea and fruit Luncheon Room. 61. QUESX-ST. MEETINGS. j^gs S TAR .OF AUCKMembers are requestsr ed to attend meeting TO-MORROW (Thursday) EVENING. T. 30 sharp. Reception Grand Master and Officers. and Grand Lodge Representatives. Visitors cordially invited. C. H. H. RICHARDSON. N.G. 40 AUCKLAND BRICKLAYERS' UNION. Next Meeting TOMORROW NIGHT (Thursday) at S p.m. at Club Rooms. Full atteudance requested. Bring Rule Books. W. C. GIBSON, Secretary. ' 5D

BOROUGH KOTICES. i BOROUGH OF DEVONPORT. £5 REWARD. ] The above reward will be paid for Iα- ! formation that will lead to the Conviction •of the Person or Persons who stole the ; Lifebuoy and Line, recntly placed near the i bnthiug conveniences, Cheltenham Beach. J. C. WEBSTER,

Totvu ClerU. Dewonport, Otii April, 190 D. FARM SEE.I>S, MAKtIKES. — Arthur I'ates and Co., 190 and 192, Queen-st, M3S4

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