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AMUSEMENTS. OPERA HOUSE. -Lessees: John Fuller and Sons. FULLER'S ULLER'S WIDE VfTORLD "PICTURES »» IDE VV OBLD XICTURES CONTINUED ENORMOUS SUCCESS OF fTIHE /NINEPHONE! The Latest Novelty of Modern Times. Latest Perfected TALKING PICTURES. Latest Peifected SINGING PICTURES. ANOTHER NEW PROGRAMME.

COFFEE CULTIVATION. A DREAM OF WEALTH. THE BAGMAN'S BARGAIN. THE HAND OF A WIZARD. THE LIGHTHOVSEKEEPER. WINTER SPOUTS IN SAVOY. A CASE OF BASHPUIjNESS. INDIA OF TO-DAY. THE CONVICT'S REVENGE. WHY FATHER LEARNED TO RIDE. PRINCIPLES OF THE GYROSCOPE. THE TRAGEDY OF THE SNOW. WEARY WILLIE AT THE CARNIVAL. Trices as usual. Reserves at Wildman's. E A.STEB MONDAY jyjATINEE, GRAND HOLIDAY "PROGRAMME. Adults, 6d and 1/; Children. 6d, all parts. RAMATIC ART, DEPORTMENT, AND • PUBLIC SPEAKING. ELOCUTION, all branches. Study under F. Alfred Price, Caxton Chambers, Swan-son-st. Postal Address, Box 574, G.P.O. M4ll ■pOB T\ A N C I N G QNLY. "■p O R T M A N "DOOM 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, Box 377.

SPORTING. A UCKLAND "RACING pLUB. A UTUMN TITEETING. APRIL 12th, and 13th. SECOND DAY. MONDAY, ArRIL 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. Children under 12 years of age will not be admitted to Grand Stand Enclosure. J. F. HARTLAND. Secretary. IyBW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. AUCKLAND RACES, MONDAY. 12th 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 7.25 p.m. The usual afternoon Helensville train will not leave Auckland until 6.20 p.m and wil' Tun through to Khukapakapa. ' BY ORDER. MEETINGS. GRAND LODGE TO-DAY (SATURDAY), at 7.30 p.m.— Open-air Meeting at Grey Statue. Addresses by Southern Delegates. 8.30 p.m.—Pride of Auckland Lodge Reception, Oddfellot-s' Hall. Cook-st. TO-MORROW (SUNDAY), 3 p.m.— Pleasant Sunday Afternoon at East-st. Mission Hall. Music and Song. Addresses by the Grand Chief Templar (Bro. D. C. Cameron, Duuedin) and Bro. Rev. J. Wilson, Special Deputy. 6.30 p.m.—Church Parade to Pitt-st. Methodist Church. Preacher Rev. N. A. Scotter. Regalia in Weslej Hall, 6 p.m.

EASTER MONDAY, 9.30 a.m.—ricnlc to Takapuna. Tickets, 1/. 6.l3.—The Hon. G. Fowlds will receive Delegates. 6.3o—Reception Dinner at Buchanan's. Tickets, for limited number of friends, 2/. 8 p.m.— Public Reception in V.M.C.A. Hall, Alhertst. The Hon. G. Fowlds (Minister of Education) will preside. Short Addresses will be given by Rev. H. Knov.les Kempton, C. 11. Poole, Esq., M.P., and Representatives of Kindred Societies. Choice Musical Programme by Misses Tudehope, Andrews, Clark, and Mr. K. Atkinson. The G.C.T. (Bro. D. C. Cameron) will respond. Further particulars from Members of Committee, the Alliance Office. V.M.C.A., Albert-st., and Bro. T. W. Marshall, Sec, 58, Franklin-rd. TUESDAY. 10 a.m.—Grand Lodge Session in Weslev Hall. THURSDAY, 7.30 p.m.—Juvenile Rally in Foresters' Hall, Newton. *5 T>OY"A.L BLACK PREfeVAfc J " V CEI'TORY, No. 149. ' The Regular Monthly feting of the above Prei? ceptory will be held in the ■£~3vS*lSSi7 Orange Hall. Newton, on ~iJSri&ir EASTER MONDAY, at 7.30 p m . BY ORDER. 133 BIRKENHEAD AND N'ORTHOOTE CHORAL SOCIETY. I herelvy convene a Meeting of Old 'Members, to -be held In the Parish Hall. 'Norchcote. on FRIDAY EWEiNING, April 16. . 1909. at 8 o'clock, to consider disposal of funds held in trust. H. CADNES.S, Trustee. LIBERAL AND LABOUR FEDERATION OF NEW ZEALAND (Auckland Bt-auch). i The usual Monthly Meeting of the above ! ? Branch WILL NOT BE HELD on Wednes- j t day Next, the 14th April, but a Special - General Meeting will be called at-an early 3 date to take into consideration the selection of candidates for Munlcipnl Honours. P. .1. NERHENY. President. EDWARD LEYDON, Secretary. SCHOOLS COMMITTEE. The Annual Meeting of the Householders i- will be held at the Primitive Methodist Church, Great North-rd., on MONDAY, 26th April, at 7.30 p.m. '- Nomination Papers may be obtained from the Chairman, Mr C. Sexton, Karangahaperd.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 8, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 85, 10 April 1909

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 8 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 85, 10 April 1909

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