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AMUSEMENTS. W. H IS THEATan I Lessee - - - Mr C. R. Bailey f TO-NIGHT. v-.-- 1-7 GRAND FAREWELL PERFORativc* I of -.7: H "MANUELLA" . ■ ■ "MANUELLA" Wf . (Birch-Humphreys) • 17 WHICH HAS CREATED RECORr, H ENTHUSIASM. a -*-"- UR u • H Last Night of the Great "Bull Fight SoLast Night of the Wireless Telephone ' ': Last Night of the screamingly funn„ ,■'"■' tet, "By-and-bye," etc., et£ J B -* FAREWELL to Manuella. FAREWELL to all Favourites. FAREWELL to the Greatest Mirth £ ' voker and most Melodious Wort SSSpast decade. ** u t ttu "MANUELLA" "MANUELLA" /'7. Cannot be Repeated After To-night MAX COHEN. Director, V"* MAJESTY'S THEATiTTf Lessee Mr c n r„,,» He - TO-MORROW (GOOD FBIDAY) AP& ■SPECIAL RATIONAL ENTERTAINufe' BATHE'S PICTURES. MUSIC' I>ATU,E'S PICTURES. MUSIC,' fo\v' B AND STORY. AND STORY. ' The .Finest Moving Pictures in the W n ,M- EH Direct from the 'Pathe Studio. P a W ?M M SEE The Great Fishing Industry of S.r - H •SEE The Wordless Drama •R?ren e f" ''*- H SEE The Rivals. en £<=- || SEE The Living Snowball. iHEAR The Unique Vocal Quartet ■■- H HEiAR Messrs. Abel Rowe, Alf. G.Fciert T H „„ A „ lames Lonergan, Karl Atkinson M ■HEAR Auckland's Peerless Quartetists" - I HEAR "Rocked in the Cradle of the.iDeen " : Bi HEAR James Lonergan sing "Nazareth} l '- S illustrated by beautiful nlcturp* 8 SEE .■Bathe's MOVING PICTURES ■ HEAR The Orchestral Band. ' f HEAR The Orchestral Band. - ~v I SEE That you secure a seat early, ji» §9 avoid the crush. "■ --, I •SEE Our Beautiful Illustrated -Songs - H HEAR Abel Rowe sing "The Holy.City.'-'"' 1 HEAR The Unique Vocal Quartet sin» H "Moonlight." ■ I £| PAXHE'S PICTURES, MUSIC, SOSG i PAT.HB'S PICTURES, MUSIC, SONG. H AND STORY. •■■•.•■-.'.'■■ ANT) STORY. ' : 7: \ The Biggest, Brightest, and Best Plcturr B Exhibition yet seen in this city.' -' ' B / ONE THOUSAND SEATs AT OSE" H SHILLING, SIX HUNDRED SEATS At: H TWO SHILLINGS, THREE HUNDitED ft SEATS AT THREE SHILLINGS. -. BftvH Plan on view all day to-morrow at - Hli | ; Majesty's Cafe. Doors open 7.15. Nd-earij £': door. iNo extra charge for booking. -AH Representative, HAROLD MASON/ t ■Manager, W. JAMESON.V/ p' mivoui m H EAT Ei : I Lessee C. Brown-Parker, ■:*-'.'■ Wa DON'T MISS THE _• - I Tivoli— "pictures—mrvoLi. ,; • m IVOLI-- 1 ICTURES— J-IVOLI. ,■' {§ TO-NIGHT AT S. .-.'-/ I Tremendous Success oi .■; Hi MASTER HUBERT CARTER, 7 M The Boy Soprano, - : B Late of Pohard's Juvenile Opera CG.*Vr- W TO-NIGHT, TO-NIGHT. --" ;<v: ■ GRAND QACRE.D /"CONCERT. 1 '. ■ B rand Cached Concert •?•'•:•■,■ 'good friday night. "--'-"-vl Admission: 1/ and 6d. '. .-j. _ : B J\ A N C I N 8 MRS. SOWERBY" will re-open her Classeiv H for Ballroom and Fancy Dancing, St; .At .'■■'■' drew's Hall, Lower Symonds-stceet, AptU-.H 22m1. Thursday, 8 p.m.; Friday, 7.30 p:iu'.f-- H Saturday, 10.30 a.m. and 2 p.m. Epsom Ilnll,VK Epsom; Wednesday. Hist, 7.30 p.m. Fdt : B terms, etc., apply MRS. SOWERBY, Ra-i I whiti, Onehuuga. M'iS'f H ISS SPENCER will re-open her Dancitig. ■ Classes In the Federal Hall, Holiday,: I Sth April. Elementary, 7 till 8 p.m.; An- I vanced, s till 10.30 p.m. Private Lessoni. I Terms, etc., Miss Spencer, Como Villi;-.-■ V T incent-st. 'Phone 2237. MIBB I TENDERS. % ';r TENDERS called for Painting New House, l Clonbern-rd., Remuera. Tenders close ' B Friday.—Apply on job, A. Burrett. Js g WANTED, Tenders for painting, plumb- B ing, drainage, bricklaying.—a 9, Frank- . H Un-rd. ' 53 :6 ANTED, Tenders for Draining, bottom § of St. Mary's-rd., Ponsonby.—Plans at H City Council's Office. 17 g ANTED, Tenders for Painting Cam 7 I bridge House, King's Parade, Devon-: | port.—Apply J. Dale, Alison-avenue, Devon- 1 port. J»'--'"-| O CARPENTERS.—Tender* for Bulli-- I lng House (labour only).—Apply to B Bailey, Giocer, New North-rd., Opp. "Joml- . 1 nion-rd. 10 I ENDERS called for Painting 4 Honied: ,' i Cobden and Oxford sts. Tenders close I Noon MONDAY. Specifications to be seen - 6 on premises. Lowest or any tender nol-fl necessarily accepted.—T. Moulden. MJ;7I QOTTAGE (IN BRICK) IN LOBI?E-ST.v Tenders will be received up. to THUBS- I DAY, 15th April, at Noon. JOHN M. .WALKER, Architect, His Majesty's Arcade.. l m O CONTRACTOR S| '-;, RENOVATING AND PAINTING HOUSE AT PONSONBY. ; - : , : Tenders for the above will be receives i until Noon on THURSDAY, April H*tlV; Specification may be seen at our 1 821, Victoria Arcade. ..' ; '7 | WADE AND WADE, Architect*/:'. I ■m ELL SINK IS-Gi7 I The Auckland Farmers' JTreextng Con> / i pany, (Ltd., invite Tenders lor Winking * | .Weli tlirough scoria rock at the B"ieeilng Works, Penrose. '..'■..-- \ Specifications may be seen a the worfcl [ or at the head office, railwiay wharf, .whert | tenders close at 4 p.m. on 'WEDNESDAY, "■'• April 14. »i, I ......."; ■ AUCKLAND HARBOUR BOABfti TENDERS FOR BIGHT SILT PTTNTS. M Secretary's Office," '?. April 6th, 1900. '■ The time for receiving Tenders for El^ Silt Punts has been extended until TUB* DAY, 27th day of April, 1909, at NootU : By Order of the Board, . •• J. M. BRIGHAM, Secretary, : , BLENHEIM - WAIPARA RAILWAY "j WAIAU-UA BRIDGE. ' ] . WRITTEN TENDERS will he received at this Office until noon of Thursday, 6th'M»yt 1909, for the erection of a Road and Rallwtf, Bridge over the Waiau-ua River, on tM route of the above Railway. They are to be addressed to the Minister of PnbUo. Works and marked on the outside "Tender, for Waiau-ua Bridge." Telegraphic tenjieiv. similarly marked and addressed, will M considered if presented at any Te l Office by noon of the same date, provWea that written tenders are lodged at iw,i Public Works District Office by the BSiM/ hour. .j Drawings, Specifications, and Condlttonj! ol| Contract may be seen at the Public worn Offices, Auckland, WeUlngton, Greymontß, . Christchurch and Dunedln. :■"_'. The lowest or any tender not neceMiritt' accepted. ■ ' R. W. HOLMBB, I Engineer-in-Clilet •). ;i Public Works Office, -< 7 | Wellington, 25th March, 1909. "jpHH L E m ~ "plasterer AND CONTRACTOB,..i',. 7! CAMBRIDGE HOUSE. -_ -- '- '■ LOWEIK VINCENT-BT., AUCKLAND. Estimates given. Letters attended to.-

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 9 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 84, 8 April 1909

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