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AMUSEMENTS. "■ TJIS MAJESTY'S ' ■ THEATRE. . Lessee C. B. Bailey. * GENERAL MANAGER..MR A. MOSS, » . 3 HUNDREDS REFUSED ADMISBIOX "" BEFORE S O'CLOCK. T BIRILLIANa' AND SENSATIONAL . SUCCESS '. POLLARD i JUVENILE APERi (COMPANY.' " Planquette's Delightful Comic Opera,--"W-RIP VAN WINKLE. RIP VAN WINKLE. Under the Direction ot ' i $P§| MR TOM POLLARD. "The Popular Success" of this" Clew Organisation and tbe Delightful Work they presented was never for a moment i£ doubt, the thunderous applause and general-■■■< : enthusiasm on Saturday evening being convincing proof that one of the Greatest Sue. cesses ever recorded in the Theatre htAJ been achieved. , EVERY EVENING AT 8. ' V s ; POLLARD'S JUVENILE OPERA COMPANY. SJUVENILE. OPERA COMPANY, PLANQUETTE'S .DELIGHTFUL COSIIQ - OPERA. RIP VAN WINKLE. *"'' - RIP VAN WINKLE. RIP VAN WINKLE. MR CHARLES ALBERT AS RIP TAB WINKLE. A Masterly Impersonation. .'." ; ;S-1 OPERATIC CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA - I SPECIALLY TRAINED-BALLERINAS' -*''' BRIGHT AND CLEVER YOUNG ARTIST! GLORIOUS MELODIES, SUPERB CO* TUMES . ' MAGNIFICENT STAGE PICTURES The Entire Production under the - ,-. J Direction of ""* ""-^ll ! MR TOM POLLARD.,' BOOK YOUR SEATS AND AVOID ; DISAPPOINTMENT. , Box Plan To-day at His Majesty's Cafe. ~ where Early Door' Tickets may also be obtained. Prices: 4/, 2/6,-and 1/.- Early Door Tickets, 6d extra. BUSINESS MANAGER..W. A. LOW.' t N.B.—The .last Devonport Boat will hePostponed till 11.20 during the run of "Ri» Van Winkle." ,-.:'•--'. 'fip'. FIRST MATINEE OF THEI SEASON '"' SATURDAY NEXT.; " T-* 1 SATURDAY NEXT. AUCKLAND CHORAL SOCIETJL CHORAL HALL. IJUJESDAY, APRIL -l*T . ''.•-''"," Coleridge Taylor's ,< T*f-mSI "JJIAWATHA." . Soloists:- . . ' , MRS. HAMILTON HODGES, SopraM **' MR. HAMILTON HODGES, Baritone < MR. AY. ASPINALL, Tenor. , . , *s|§ Conductor: .-' ■'■■'''■''&&& DR. W. E. THOMAS (Mus. Doc. Oxoni At the Organ:-MR. R. LESLIE HUNT.W " At the Piano: MRS. S.. JACKSON. . Leader of Orchestra: -<3__ 31ISS WHITELAW, L.R.A.M. ,- 'm. Plan of Reserved Seats to' Subscribers *only at Wildman and Arey's. Non-subscribert may purchase unreserved Seats at 3/ eacli at the Booking Office, or at the door, 'onTflSjll evening of the. performance. *-'■.y-ljFsff Cars as usual. i ' - ; - - H. J. EDMI,STON, "\/TISS E. WATTS, Teacher-Latest-Ball--"J-room and Fancy Dancing, Deportment. Private tuition. Prospectus.—Moerang!,' Hargreaves-st., Ponsonby.' ''"''.-"v'/IoHH ISS SPENCER will re-opeh her Daricinilß Classes in the Federal HaU, Mon'day_i sth April. Elementary, 7 till 8 p.n'iif AijfP vanced, 8 till 10.30 p.m. Private Lesson*: H Terms, etc. Miss Spencer, Como' Viliai '§\ Vlncent-st. 'Phone 2237. _*j * —: — ■ r~-Zi m HIGHLANDER MILK COMPETITIOJ _ No, 1. " --'" , I For the Best Collection' of Recipes fUmitH I to Twelve) of all descriptions, w-hereil §§ "Highlander" Sweetened .Milk or. '.'Cap I stan" Unsweetened Milk can be utilised 8 Open to Housewives and Amateur Cooke m First Prize. £5-5/; Second' Prize,* - £3-3/ ; Third Prize, £1 1/; and. Th'r>e. Prtees-o] W Two Dozen Milk, eaetr.',, -*."..! If Competitors must use Sweetened Milk, or "Capstan", ot Pasteo?l|| ised Unsweetened Milk, enclose' 3 Wrapperill with each entry, and write their hamesJoa|l| a separate sheet of paper from the .recipeafii Mrs. E. B. Miller, " authoress of 'tht'T "Economic Cooker? Book,"-.will whose decision shail be final.- 7 The following features;speclilUS taken into -account in the awarding of points:—Economy, Novelty, :N6urinMt*S Dishes, Facility of Preparation* CotiftSfl tionery, Invalids' and Children's -Dietary, Advantage of-the use of Condensed «# against Fresh- Milk. .-,*'-'" - '".T ..'"... "T;.'IT Recipes sent in may be usedandpnbiiglei by the Proprietors of Highlander Milk. Envelopes to be marked "Competition Nv'T l,"-_d addressed to MURRAYS r LIMITER INVEECABGILL. to reach by May Ist.' - ' ' =3 SPORTING. jjaclng />ltj» ———— . -■ ■ '._.■■ --".'""'Tt;' AUTUMN TV/TEETING. >' '<W THIRD DAY. '"•-'-■? II rpO-MORROW, fpUESDAY, A sßlg|^ —. . "*■ MAIDEN HURDLE RACE GORE-BROWNE HANDICAP • " ' ONSLOW STAKES .' .' - ' .' AUTUMN HANDICAP ' ' "'"*§|| ST. HELIER HURDLE RACE" (H_7_gj| CAP) ■ : .- . . r i'• vi-M BUCKDAND HANDICAP " * TOURIST HANDICAP - '< ? AUCKLAND WELTER HANDICAP: - V Bookmakers aud Bookmakers'* Cierks ; uot be admitted to the " course' "wiiSffi licensed by the Club. ; - - ',-T§ ' Children under _ years of age-wfli'*wra be admitted to Grand-Stand-Enclosare. 3. F. HARTLAND, ' . .. ■. . ■ ,iSecretaig^m ZEALAND R_LW.Ay|| AUCKLAND RACES, \ '•*§& TUESDAY, 13th APRIL, 1900. Trains will run between 'Auckland »'« H EHerslie Racecourse "at intervals' as ' » \ Cuired. . . '~,. :'T Usual Racecourse Fares. : - "'■' -"• WB& A Train will leave Auckland for" 'Merc§§ at 7.25 p.m.. ■■■■.--- '-.TT'.'.V'Sip BY ORDER ;^ . * TENDERS. ' ""'"'";£.. % rpo CARPENTERS.— renders for BullalDf ; J- House; labour only.—Apply to. BailffiSg Grocer, New North-rd., opposite Dominionrd. , v BUSIi CONTRACTORS .AND -*- OTHERS. Tenders are invited for Feilihg> cutting, and Delivering into Tide-water"!* I low the Taheke Bridge, the Kauri TlifijgK standing on Section-3, Block XIV., Punr T Ultere S.D, . . ;>. " S Tenders close Bth MAY. 1000. . '-'I 'llie lowest or auy tender hot necesstrCf I accepted. - -'"'' ? _^Sl For particulars of Contract, etc., ap*_ J THE MANAGER, THE NEW ZEAI-AfTO " TIMBER CO., KQUTU, HOKIAN&A _ . : . A. B. H E^ROLD ' : X? ARCHITECT AND BUILDING * 1 i SURVEYOR, W ROYAL INSURANCE BUILDIN^HJj QUEEN-ST. 'Phone 2510. ' 9

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 9, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 86, 12 April 1909

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