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AMUSEMENTS. /'" ' B' 'PJ'IS MAJESTYS b| Lessee - - - Mr C. R. Bailey.-r.. *, LAST TWO I'EHFOEMAXCES -; ' Wl (To-night and To-morrow Night) \ l SENSATIONALLY SUCCESSFUL M Operatic Extravagana, : '. ■ iffi "MANUELLA" : ' ;: X "MANUELLA" i . I _' Which everybody is raving about. -: 'F I What rue Papers say: , ' Ka "Auckland star" — " 'Manuella' 'is'""-rv " i; IS DOUBI'EDLY THE FINEST LK>CAL--PRitt' W& DUCTION IN THE ANNALS OF §1 I.'ITY. . . . HIGH ASOVE THE''CT^-β TOMARY AMATEUK STANDARD. , ' Hf "N.Z. Herald" — • 010 0116113" . ..-1 possesses ihe essentials which niake "fot^ : Hß popular success, and the to be congratulated on producing such- W Wm UP-TO-DATE, AMUSING, and TUXEEpJ; I Only two more opportunities of witaesi ■■ ill ing this melodious l:iuahter-tnaker. MAX COHEN. Director.'-.- | IS MAJESTY'S THEATO?: p Lessee ' Mr G. R. Bailey' " pg* FRIDAY NEXT. APRIL 9. ". ' P SPECIAL GOOD FRIDAY ATTRACTIOX ; Ip PATHE PICTURES. SONG AND STOHv' &■* PATHE PICTURES. SONG AND STORt" ; PATHE PICTURES. SONG AND STORY - ' PATHE PICTURES. SOXG AND STORr' X PATHE PICTURES., SONG AND STORY" : -.' I'ATHE PICTURES. SONG AND STORY' The Eigeest. Brightest, and Best Picture hi

Exhibition yet s<?en iii this city. Supported by _.■■;';•': THE ORCHESTRAL' BAND. ' i THI- UNIQUE VOCAL QUARTET ~ : THE UNIQUE VOCAL QUARTET.t.X Mr AbPl Root. Mr James Lotierzan. Mr Alf. Fogerty. Mr Karl Atkinson '■"-.' BEAUTIFUL ILLUSTRATED SOXGSI ; Mr Abel Eoive win sing --The Holy City,? ; Uustrated by beautiful view? of the Holt'" L-nd; "Nazareth."" ■.:.- ,',-:., Hear the Quartet in "Rocked in the Crad'e' cf the Deep." illustrated by beautiful"' motion pictures. Remember! We make No Extra Charge" tor early doors or for booking your; seat ONE THOUSAND SEATS AT O\E S SHILLING. SIX HUNDRED SEATS AT : ' TWO SHILLINGS. THREE HUNDEED SEATS AT THEEE SHILLINGS. Plana* , u'illdman and Arey's. Doors open "&■';■ commeiiop 8 shnrn. Representative. HAROLD MASOX'ii Manager, W. JAMESOX"^?;DANCING AND PHYSICAL CTJLTTJ-RE-i' MfSS KNIGHT resumes Classes for? Physical Culture, Latest Ballroom and FauSsE Dancinr. Juveniles: Saturday, Aprlll7-2.35?- v----p.m., PoDSouby Hal!. Private Lessons;' Prospectus: 10. Ardrnore-road. '. -■ - ;; AGKICTJITTTHAI. SHOW. '' ~ A UCKLAND AGRICULTURAL A PASTORAL ASSOCIATION'S-- ■ # METROPOLITAN WINTER EXHIBITION'" EMPIRE DAY. ►! ij. 24th to 20th HAY, 1009. • ■' - ENTRIES CLOSE APRIL ;i:. v Prize Lists Free on application. i EDWIN HALL, Secretary. ' : Hail of Commerce. - _'■-. 3f T2SDBSS. rn£NI>EKS called tor painting New HoriVi"-'' J- Cionoern-rd., Keuiueia. renders:"-closer-rj Iday.—ApiJiy Q-* JQ". jourreu. S'& YS7AXTED, 'lenders foF~pTinting, plumb-- » » iiijz, dialuajf, Urickiaj ing.— ao, r'ra'nK-' lin-rd. . s a* i/UiXXdU, Tenders icr fainting Ctt » ' bridge House, Kius 's Parade, DevoV ■ PJTJ. —-Apiiiy j. uaie, .iiisuu-iirenue, uevoh- 1 . f of t- ■ ..3? rpEXDEKS invited Excavating.—Appiy'.otf . -»- jou, \\ 'hitaicer-piuc-tf, ayuionos-'----street, 9 a.m. «eaausoay or 'luaxsaay. Keiiiiedy, ttoutractoi-. . jjj rpE'NDEIi invited until Noon, TCE-Dat7 -•- rsih nut., toi- Evening Louage, cote. Plans at Cnnstie s, Colwili jiitts.^" ; sv-ansou-st. ' " .;-. r U D L I L, LI 6 X- H.---: uOUSE IN WOOD AND ROUGH CAST,'.' HEiiUERA. "ri Teaaers ior ihe aivi-e will be receives liuui Nc-uu, MONDAY. 19th oi April UER.S.LU E. JO.\£a, !«!!

Architect. 1 -\ cecnritT Buildings. OHOOL BCILDIXG AT PAENGASO;* IEABI COAST.) - -;;~" TENDERS vrili tie received at the Educar tion Board s Onjce, :ji>l. AraatieJ;,! Auckland, unril Noon on i UESDAY, Apilflß 2'), I'iaus, etc., at 21H, \ ictoria Arcade, ; . : . and witn the Postmascei, Tauraiiga. WS& JOdX fAKKtiiL, I Architect. E m E 5 5 E k rS? I Tenders are invited untii Noon TUESDAY,'. K'.ta (lay or Aujrii, I« ! jS.', for LAl'uvG>*CONCKerK .'LOOK AT THE BRIiWEKI', LTD., Khyber Pass, Aueklnaji*" I'lans auu specifications can be seen ;sfcv the Onice of mc Company, Khyber [ The lowest or any tc-cdei not necessarfljf•;.•. accepted. .'.. -ft. iry ell sink- i.-N-c£;- ; i The Auckland Farmers' Freezihg.- C{_v v pauy, Ltd.. iuvite Tenders for >; Well through scoria ibcS at the• freezltti•• Works, Penrose. . : ".•'■ m Specifications may be seen a tbe wor!J»; or at the Ixead office, railway wUaEt, wlier?- ,- ---! tenders close at 4 i).ra. on WTS'DXJSSfisajB April H. 'WtiM

rp O B V~. ILD E ■ Ki\ 4^: AUCKLAND TECHNICAL COLLEGE. Tenders for the ERECTION OF. li. BUiLDING in REINFORCED CONCRElifcfc: will be received at llie Office of the Edae*v; tion Beard, 2f'l. Motoria Arcade- untflgy Nuou on TLESDaY, April 27th. . ; Plans* etc., at my Office. 7 and S, Nation*;:. Chambers, fcwausou-sneet. .'. ..»| : JOHN MITCHELL. F.N.Z.1.A., «jS| Architect-"': RICH AND ROCHE, Engineers. •■ IKY ! OF ACOKLANIX; TENDERS. ; ' r 'J" Tenders wUll be received iD Town ClerKfi,--Office, up till 4 p.m. on THURSDAY, 2JitV April. 1909. for ihe Suprily for Three learn-: ot the foliowiug:— •■ c^'1. Bookbinding for the Auckland i r£ »? : Public Library. J JpS. ■>. Supply oi Papers, etc., for the Auckland Free Public Library and the iHjjfflj 3. Supply of Books for the Auckland - Public Library and the Leys Institute. ' Kpecffications may be seen at tffll Librarian's Office, Wellesley-st. ■■ .« HENRY W. V.IL-SON, Town Clerk..:.April ota. 1909. %•' ASSIGNED ESTATE OF LILIAN HES- ; ; RIETTA CULLEN, OF TE AROHi.. DRAPER. f Tenders will be received at my offi f&'.-Customs-street West, (Auckland; up VH Noon of THURSDAY, tne loth day of Apnj,;: 1909, lor— . '. • igg (1) The well assorted Stock of -. 9 General Drapery. 3len's Clothing, and Mercery, ' : valued at "Sa x " (2) The Ham and Firclngs, ' B| valued at •- '« - -nS f535 S ? A Deposit in Cash, or a Bank CJSgS equal to 20 per cent of the amount tenoewu-. must accotnpauy each Teuder. . (H Schedules of Stock, and Terms and &*£■':■■ tlous of Tender, can be seen- at my ™i;: Customs-street West, Auckland, and J. B. Johnson's Store. Te Aroha. . The highest or any tender not necessaria accepted. £ GERABD . . | Trustee by bis Attoraej'. Official Assignee's Office, Aucklana. 2nd April. 1900. ,';; « t j> TTEREOLD, AKCHITECT AND BUILDING.'' J| BCKVEXOn, KOYAL INSURANCE BUILDINGS;, I QUEEN-ST. 'Phone 2510. H

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 9 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 83, 7 April 1909

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