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AMUSEMENTS. J-JIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. POLLARD'S POLLARD'S POLLAR,D'S POLLARD'S OPERA COMPANY POLLARD'S OPERA COMPANY •POLLARD'S OPERA COMPANY. COMPANY. COMPANY. COMPANY. 3 JJIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. - JMPORTANT RASTER A TTRACTION Commencing gATURDAY APRIL 10th. JJOLLARD'S JUVENILE QPEBA QOMPANY, Ln A MAGNIFICENT PRODUCTION Of Planquette's Masterpiece, The Delightful Romantic Comic Opera, RIP VAN WINKLE. RIP VAN WINKLE. RIP VAN WINKLE. LARGE AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS.- ---) i SUPERB SCENIC EFFECTS. DELIGHTFUL AND ENTRANCING BALLETS. I By ' ■ • SPECIALLY TRAINED DANCER-", The Whole Presented on a Scale of Great Completeness by MR TOM POLLARD. Box Plan Wildman and Arey's. ext > ra ICES: V ' 2/6, 1L Early Doors - M General Manager, MR A. B. MOSS. Treasurer, W. A. LOW. SPORTING. JJACING " riLUB. ""IJEETING. APRIL 10th, 12th, and 13th. FIRST DAY. SATURDAY, APRIL 10th NORTHERN CHAMPAGNE STAKES and EASTER HANDICAF, Etc. SECOND DAY. MONDAY, APRIL 12th. ST. GEORGE'S HANDICAP and AUTUMN STEEPLECHASE, etc. THIRD DAY. TUESDAY, APRIL 13th. AUTUMN HANDICAP. Etc. Bookmakers and Bookmakers' Clerks will ! not be admitted to the course unless licensed by the Club. h<, C ?^ff n J"i aeT r, 12 lenrsI enrs ot will not be admitted to Grand Stand Enclosure. J. F. HARTLAND. ' Secretary. *"\TBW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. AUCKLAND RACES. SATURDAY, 10th APRIL, 1909. ) Trains will run between Auckland and Ellerslie Racecourse at Intervals as required. Usual Racecourse Fares. , A Train will leave Auckland for Mercer at 7.a*> p.m. The usual afternoon Kaukapakapa train will not leave Auckland until 5.20 p.m. BY ORDER. ! A VONDALE JOCKEY CLUB. AUTUMN MEETING, 1909. NOMINATIONS for all Minor Events will CLOSE at the Club's Office, Hlgh-st., ' THIS (THURSDAY) EVENING, Sth April, . 1909, by NINE F.M. r HARRY H. HAYR. Secretary. > ECCLESIASTICAL. ST. "fif ATTHEW'S riHURCH. i - u -\Vellesley-st. W. GOOD FRIDAY SERVICES. 7.30 a.m. —Litany and Meditation. 11 a.m.—Morning Prayer. Ante-Communion, 1 and Sermon. Preacher: REV. P. S. SMALLFIELD. 5 p.m.—Evening Prayer. 7 p.m.—RECITAL OF PASSION MUSIC. "The Fassion of Jesus" (Bishop of Exeter). Address. REV. DR. SUTTON. Recitatives (tenor), "Thy Rebuke," "Behold aud See" "He Was Cut Off" (Handel's Messiah") Air, "But Thou Didst Not Leave" MR. W. ASPINALL. ? Solo, "O, Divine Redeemer" . (Gounod) MADAME CHAMBERS. ■ Anthem, "Jesu, Priceless Treasure" (J. Varley Roberts) (Specially Written for Boys and Chorus). , Organ Solo (during offeitory)— a, "The Agony in the Garden" (Godfrey) b, "March to Calvary" ...:.. (Godfrey) MR. .7. H. PHILLPOT. 7 Recitative (bass), "He Made Himself of no '• Reputation" MR. J. W. RYAN. Solo (tenor), "King Ever GlorlouB" (Staluer's "Crucifixion") I MR. W. ASPINALL. 1 Solo, "There is a Green Hill" .. (Gounod) MISS ALICE RIMMER. , Solo, "The Man of Sorrows" (Adams) MR, J. W. RYAN. Anthem, "O, Saviour of the World" (Goss) _ Hymn. ° Offertories for the Poor Fund. At this Service all seats will be Free after the first bell. _ g! PAULS - "CHURCH 7 SYMONDS^tT ' GOOD FRIDAY, 9th APRIL. ' 9 a.m.—Litany. 10.15 a.m.—Mnttlns, Ante-Communion, and Sermon 12.3 p.m.—"Devotion of the Three Hours" (conducted by Rev. H. Reeve, M.A.). 4 p.m.—Children's Service 7.15 p.m.—Shortened Evensong. 8 p.m.—Sacred Cantata, "The Crucifixion." • EASTER EVEN, 10th APRIL. 7 a.m.—Holy Communion. 7.15 p.m.—Full Choral Evensong (First . Evensong of Easter) with Procession. , Q.OOD FRIDAY SERVICES. AUCKLAND METHODIST MISSION EAST-ST. HALL, NEWTON. Morning, 11—REV. KNOWLES KEMPTON c Afternoon, 3—Leader, REV. J. WILSON Evening, 7—REV. MACAULAY CALDf WELL Ench Service preceded by One 9 Hour's Prayer. 1 CJT. LUKE'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH' O REMUERA. GOOD FRIDAY—SERVICE 11 a m Minister— REV. G. B. MONRO All Cordially Invited.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 7 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 84, 8 April 1909

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