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AMUSEMENTS. j. f)PE : E A"""-- HOU S B *-r Lessees; John Fuller and' Sona. FULLER'S WULLER'S ' IDE \T7ORLD T)ICTURES IDE »»ORLD AiCTUBES CONTINUED ENORMOUS SUCCESS OF rPHE /XINEPHONE! The Latest Novelty of -Modern Times. Latest Perfected TALKING PICTURES. . Latest Perfected SINGING PICTURES. BEAUTIFUL NEW RECORDS. Tit Willow," "We All Went Into the Shop." and "My Lass from Lincashire." ANOTHER NEW PROGRAMME. COFFEE CULTIVATION. A DREAM OF WEALTH. THE HAND OF A WIZARD. THE LIGHTHOUSE-KEEPER. WINTER SPORTS IN SAVOY. A CASE OF BASHFULNESS. INDIA OF TO-DAY. THE CONVICT'S REVENGE. WHY FATHER LEARNED TO RIDE. PRINCIPLES OF THE GYROSCOPE. WEARY WILLIE AT THE CARNIVAL. Prices as usual. Reserves at Wlldman's. TJOYAL ALBERT HALL. -*-*■ ALBERT-ST. TONIGHT AND EVERY EVENING. ' . THE ROYAL PICTURES THE ROYAL PICTURES A GREAT PROGRAMME OF r SPECIALISED SUBJECTS. SEE THE DREADNOUGHT ■ SEE THE VIEWS OF CANADA •SEE MARIE ANTOINETTE c SEE EGYPT. SEE DR. WRIGHT'S INVENTION. WORLD'S RECORD PIANO PLAYING. CONTINUATION! WILL HE DO IT2 AT THE ROYAL PICTURE PALACE, ALBERT-ST. iy—Our Prices—6d. ' - MEETINGS. , *? >. T OVAL GOOD INTENT . fsHl _V« LODGE, 4369, M.U., " '_!__»# 1.0.0. F. 7«n®li Members will please note that the Lodge will meet " WsSssyMl THIS ( Jlond ay) EVENING, i*»SO2P!I April 12th, as usual; also, U__3_£_L th!lt Social Evening ,TT* ' tendered by Bro. M. Dilly, N.G.. will take place in the Lodge Room, Cook-st. Hall, on MONDAY EVENING . April 26th, at 8 p.m.. instead of THURSDAY, April 22, a B previously notified. By Older of the N.G. W. DEAN, Secretary. . 154 . TOfrT -THIS (MONDAY) EVEN- •* Vi'r-; ING, at 8 o'clock in the - ™-~ T-M.C.A. HALL, ALBERT-ST. ?55 LIC RECEPTION TO GRAND > LODGE OFFICERS AND DELEGATES r two ll6 Hon ' G - Pc ™"l<ls, 3fr. C. H. Poole, M.P., and Rev. Knowles-Kempton win take - part In the proceedings. A Choice Musical Programme will be added. Admission Free I No Collection. All Welcome. t rpHE WHANGAROA AMALGAMATED , -A COPPER CO., LIMITED. l Notice Is hereby given that an Extraorl dinars General Meeting of The Whangav roa Amalgamated Copper Company Limited, will be held at the Registered Office of the . Company, No. 6. 7, 8, and 9, Tyrone Bulld- ' ; I JS^-^ < : , '"? toms - street Easf - Auckland, on • ?i°V? Ay ' tlle 19,h d *y o£ A P r ", 1909. at r 11 o clock noon, for the purpose of .consider-' ing. and. if thought fit, passing, the follow- i ing resolution as a special resolution • that I is to say:— I "That the Company be wound up voluntarily under the provisions of the Companies Act. 1908." Should the said resolution be passed, a the requisite majority, it will be submitted j for continuation as a special resolution to another meeting of shareholders to be subsequently convened. Should the said resoultion be passed a further resolution will be proposed at the same meeting for the appointment yjf a Liquidator or Liquidators for the purposes of the winding up, and fixing their remuneration. Dated the Bth day of April, 1909. j By order of the Board of Directors, H. P. -TAYLOR. " * '" Secretary. AGRICTTLTTUKAL SHOW. AUCKLAND AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION'S METROPOLITAN EMPIRE DAY 7 1 24th to 29th MAY, 1909. ENTRIES CLOSE APRIL 30th. Prize Lists Free on application. EDWIN HALL, Secretary. Hall of Commerce. . FOR SALE. " r>ORRUGATED IRON for Sale, 150 sheets, • -yj 6, J, 8, and 9ft long.—Apply J. H. Rayner, Rose-st., Eden Terrace. ; £SO - deposit - £50 : MT. ROSKILL—Sew House, 6 ; rooms; bathj room, pantry, etc.; hot and cold water; lmln ,to 2d section. £—.;. A bargain. (408)— C. J. OWEN, Union Bank.Buildings, 1, , Vlctoria-st. ___& M 256 'JJ O B E B T *~j|Ef OOP, HOUSE AND LAND AGENT, ' VICTORIA ARCADE, FORT-STREET. £1 &KA — CITY — Superior 9-roomed 1 House "and every convenience; view unsurpassed; large allotment. Suitable f sL r J l „ doctor - (No. 353) £1 O^O -111 - ALBERT—Three Acres c *'-*- v,t ' v ' Volcanic Soil, 9-roomed house and conveniences, coachhouse and stable This property Is well worth inspection. (No. 2366) , ' _JL9K—BM-MA'ST., MT. ROSKILL—: i _'*_w«j House, 6 rooms; level allotment. ' Lasy terms arranged If desired. (No. _S-1) • MT. ROSrtO\f KILL—-House, 5 rooms and every ' convenience; large aUotmcat. Terms if ; desired. .'.;.- (No. 2525) PQ^fr-- MT - BDEN—Choice Building A!- ---*«"« lotment, S4 x 2&tft. jry'Jf) PER ACRE-S Acres or more, sultj «** • V able for subdivision or poultry farm. A bargain. Total block 21 acres ' AT-J.AA—OWEN'S-RD., EPSOM— Choice .— tUU Building Allotment, 70 x about . 260 ft; volcanic soil. Very sasy terms j £K7K— EDEN VALE-ED.—Superior 6- . cwu 11» roomed House and conveniences; corner allotment; level. Easy terias If desired. ' £1 7(10 ~ MOUNTAIN-RD. — Superior cw-l •vu House, 8 rooms and conveniences; one acre land, nicely laid out in . shrubs and native bush. An Ideal home. (No. 2433) ■OQAA-T-VALLEY-RO., MT. dwuvFVJ s-roomed House, with conveniences; allotment level, free from stone. : Terms arranged. FARMS. —I have Farms in almost every' district, from 20 acres upwards. Prlcee : from £2 to £40 per acre, i Money to Lend at current rates on first mortgage. Mlst (V R A N D p A R X J£ S T A T E, i j GREENLANE (NEAR STATION) • 20 Minutes from City, adjoining Cornwall I Park. I ' EXCEPTIONAL POSITION AND SURROUNDINGS. i r CHEAPEST LAND IN THE MARKET.. j (MAGNIFICENT VOLCANIC BUILDING SITES, 99 by 198 Feet Each j FROM 3-/ TO Ag/ P BR p OOT> j j LAND TRANSFER TITLE. HIGH PROSt PECTIVE VALUE. '■ TERMS: Qne-fonrth Cash, balance at' 5 per i ' cent. j Cheap Train Fares. Plan on Estate. 1 T HOS - P. c AHILL ' QUEEN-STREET (OPP, FORT-STREET! . Telephone, 265. M 69 ,JJ DELL Aj(D SON. PUKEKOHE. ! PUKEKOHE-«> Acres, £ 7 10/ per acre. : BUCKLAND-ITO Acres, £12 per acre. 8 ' *" P**-a«Fe{ dwelllngg and ontbnlldißgs, A good Wry farm. ?p^_t M &^™/ A * rai - *** mm. -Owemng.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 8 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 86, 12 April 1909

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