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AMUSEMENTS. . _j__ ■ TTIS MAJESTY'S theater, I"*- 1 Lessee C. R. Bailey. GENERAL MANAGER. .MR A. MOS& TO-NIGHT, TO-NIGHT, EASTER SATURDAY, N Inaugural Performance of th e POLLARD JUVENILE /-yPERA COMPANY.' Re-appearance after an absence of fliteea POLLARD'S POLLARD'S PO LLiED-S E. 5 JUVENILE OPERA COMPANY. I JUVENILE OPERA COMPANY' II JUVENILE OPERA COMPANY,; M A MAGNIFICENT PRODUCTION 1 0f 1 Planquette's Romantic Comic Opera, If RIP VAN WINKLE. ' - I RIP VAN WINKLE. I RIP VAN WINKLE. : 'i Superbly Costumed and Presented on"» ; H .Scale of Completeness worthy of amr SI Theatre in the World. '. ' ! MR CHiAS. ALBERT as "Rip Van Winkle." A Masterly Impersonation. ||| FULL ORCHESTRA AND OPERATIC I CHORUS. p Special Singing and Lighting Effects. Ef The Entire Production under the SoI( H . Direction of IS, MR TOM POLLARD. p MUSICAL DIRECTOR..MB A. BRAHMS, ft Box Plan up till 1 o'clock at Wildmun F' and Arey's; after 1 o'clock and all day t ' Easter Monday at H.M. Cafe. ■ j PRICES: 4/, 2/6, 1/. Early Doors, 6d I extra. t SPECIAL NOTICE. M The Last Boat to Devonport will be Post- fg poned till 11.20 during the run of "Hin Van Winkle." / Business Manager, W. A. LOW. ROYAL ALBERT HALL ALBERT-ST. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. THE ROYAL PICTURES THE ROYAL PICTURES "H.M.S. DREADNOUGHT" "H.M.S. DREADNOUGHT" A Sample of New Zealand'! , Present to the Empire. MARIE ANTOINETTE, DR. WRIGHT'S INVENTION, AND A HOST OF OTHERS. EASTER MONDAY AFTERNOON, ; MATINEE at 2.30. PIANO PLAYING RECORD wIU Commence with this Performance. ' U— Our Prices—Cd. Q H O' R A L HALL. MONDAY, APRIL 19, 1909. GRAND COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT CONCERT. Tenderad to MADAME CASIER.

Auckland Lyric Soprano, By - r THE LEADING LOCAL ARTISTS, ' Under the patronage of His Lordship tha Right Rev. Dr. Lenihau, Biahop of Auckland. Tickets—2/ and U. Seats may be reserved at Wildman and Arey's for 6d extra ou and after THURSDAY -NEXT, April Bth. M. J. SHEAHAN, Hon. Sec. P. J. NERHENY, Hon. Xreas.

,p,ROFESSOR G. BEAUMONT (of Fads), -*- will deliver his Popular Lecture npon " Reminiscences of My Friend, Mas O'Rell, the Celebrated Humorist, Author and Lecturer." Federal Club Rooms, to-morrow, 7 p.m. Come early. 74 jy A~ N C I N ol ' MRS. SOWERBY will re-open her Classes for Ballroom aud Fancy Dancing, St. Andrew's Hall, Lower Symonds-sueet, April 22nd. Thursday. S p.m.; Friday, 7.30 p.m.; Saturday, 10.30 a.m. and 2 p.m. Epsom Hai, Epsom; Wednesday. aist, 7.30 p.m For I terms, etc., apply MRS. SOWERBY, Kawhiti, Onehunga. M 325 TRANCING.— Geisha Social Club, Druid? ■*-' Hall, North-st.. Newton, Easter Monday Night. April 12th. Dancing at 8 p.m. Gent's sub., 1/u. —W. Bowman, Hon. Sec. ' SO TRANCING.— Mr. T. W. Robson holds. Us ■ L -' 'Long Night Social In Druids' Hall, North-st., 'Newton, Tuesday, April 27tliJ 'Heley's Orchestra. jjj ; j MISS SPENCER vri. re-open her Dancing f Classes in the Federal Hall, Monda/, E uth April. Elementary, 7 till 8 p.m.; Alvanced, S till 10.30 p.m. Private Lessons. Terms, etc., Miss Spencer, Como Villi, Ylncent-st. 'Phone 2237. MIIIB DANCING.— iMr. E. A. Williams' Elementary and Advanced Glasses: Ladies' ; and Gents., Monday and Friday Evenings, ' Wednesdl.V and Saturday Afternoons. luesday Evenings, Gents only. Thursday Evenings, Ladles only. \vednesday Evenlngs, Advanced only.—Terms on application, at the Academy, 8, Upper Queen-st. Morv row's Band. 78 DANCING AND MISS KNIGHT resumes Classes for Physical Culture. Latest Ballroom and Fane/ Dancing. Juveniles: Saturday, April 17, 2:30 p.m., Ponsonby Hall. Private Lessons. Prospectus: 10. Ardmorc-road IGHLANDER ill ILK COMPETITION No. 1. , For the Best Collection of Recipes (limits* . to Twelve) of all descriptions whereil '. "Highlander" Sweetened Milk or "Cap-

stan" Unsweetened Milk can be utilised. Open to Housewives and Amateur Cooks. First Prize, £5 3/; Second Prize, £3 3/; Third Prize, £1 1/; and Three Plizes of Two Dozen Milk each. ' ". Competitors must use "Highlander" Sweetened Milk, or "Capstan" or Pasteurised Unsweetened Milk, enclose 3 Wrapper! with each entry, and write their names on a separate sheet of paper from the recipes. Mrs. E. li. Miller, authoress of tbs "Economic Cookery Book," will be judge, whose decision shall be final. The following features will be specially ' I taken into account in the awarding of . [points:— Economy, Novelty, Nourishing ' Dishes, Facility of Preparation, Confectionery, Invalids' and Children's Dietary, I Advantage of the use of Condensed jS* against Fresh Milk. kjj I Recipes sent in may be .used and published .by the Proprietors of Highlander Milt.'* Envelopes to be marked "Competition N». 1." and addressed to MURRAYS, LIMITED,

INVERCARGILL. to" reach by May Ist.' ;.'■ ATHEETTC SPORTS. __ pAPAKURA ATHLETIC QLTJB'J QrORTS. . T7l ASTER IITONDAY. ; g RECORD ENTRIES HAVE BEEN| ; RECEIVED FOR THE EVENTS. COME AND SEE THE CHAMPION, DAVE PRETTY. The Champion Axeman of the World, CM the IS-inch Block. He will also endeavour to break his own record. i ■-■ Special Train will leave Auckland ft*. Drurv, 9 a.m.. Papakura arrive v >- xo . a :%: Return train will leave Papakura at o.w p.m. Return Fare, 2/. ■ " ' Admission to Ground, I/; Children 6d. - Hot Water provided. COME AND HAVE A DAY'S OUTING; L J. MILLS, H. WILSON, Hon. Secretaries P.A-C.^.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 9, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 85, 10 April 1909

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