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AMUSEMENTS, " QP ER A- - "h o-tr sb. - Lessee*; John Fuller and Sons. .J -TTIULDER'SI - ■■■* ULLEB'B fTTIDE ; \-C7ORLD -piCTUBES . r " 1DH .-.:;■-. ATICTURES \ CONTINUED ENORMOUS SUCCESS OF -.•--,. fpHE £UNEPHONE! 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 frond Lancashire:" ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL 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. WHY FATHER LEARNED TO BIDE. PRINCIPLES OF THE GYROSCOPE. WEARY WILLIE AT THE CARNIVAL, r -•''"■ MATINEE, SATURDAY, 2.30. Children 6d to all parts. Prices as usual. Reserves at Wildman's. UCKLAND CHORAL SOCIETY. CHORAL HALL. mHIS (TUESDAY) XfVENING, Coleridge Taylor's "•priAWATHA." Soloists: MRS. HAMILTON HODGES, Soprano . MR. HAMILTON HODGES, Baritone MB. W. ASPINALL, Tenor. . Conductor: DR. 'W. E. THOMAS Olus. Doc, Oxon.). At the Organ: MR. R. LESLIE HUNT. At the Piano: MRS. S. JACKSON. j Leader of Orchestra: , MISS WHITELAW, L.R.A.M. Plan of Reserved Seats to Subscribers only at Wildman and Arey's. Non-subscribers may purchase unreserved Seats at 3/ each at the Booking Office, or at the door, on the. evening, of the performance. Cars as usual. H. J. EDMISTON, Secretary. . mi v 0 l 1 'rpke at r a NEWTON. Lessee ...,;. C. Brown-Parker. TBEMENDOUS SUCCESS OF TIVOLI— T>ICTURES-irniVOLI. IVOLI-JTICTURES >- IVOLI. EVERY NIGHT AT 8. ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME; ENTIRE CHANGE .OF PROGRAMME, TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. MASTER HUBEBT CARTER, _ The Boy Soprano. Late of Pollard's Juvenile Opera Co., EVERY NIGHT. Admission: 1/ and. 6d. £Bfc ' A NNUAL GATHER- ■«. ING OF BANDS OF Practice will be held in West-st. Church ot _SS*B_f K/S&& Christ on THURSDAY NEXT, at 7.30 p.m. AI! willing to join-reanested to attend. C. B.vKING, Conductor. j __ ; ; ; fPHE VITAL SCIENCE HEALEBS j 'ARE RELIEVING MANY SUFFERERS ' from various forms' of disease. They have : done so in full view of large and appre- - ciative audiences in the Federal Hall' a short time back, where during a wh«le . week they demonstrated their marvellous \ powers of Healing. A large number- of ■ sufferers are calling dally at their private offices in the City Chambers, and. Numerous Oases of - A'cutc Rheumatism, Lumbago, iSclatica, Paralysis, Palsy, Deafness, ShortTumours, Goitres, St. Vitus' ; Dance, Catarrh, Dyspepsia, Stammering, ] Asthma, Bronchitis, etc., have been either completely cured or wonderfully improved. 1 Over ..three thousand people witnessed their WOhderful work- at the- Federal Hall-, and ."] many sufferers who received free treatment , on the platform can vouch for the marvellous relief they have received without the use of medicine or 6urgery. They are carrying the good news all over the Dominion. The Vital Science Healers will remain in Auckland for a limited time.on'y, and sufferers should avail themselves of this opportunity to call without delay -in j order to consult them. Their Private Offices 1 are in Rooms 51 and. 52, CITY CHAM- ! BERS, Corner of Queen and Victoria sts. , (take Lift to Third Floor), and are opened 1 on any week day between 10 and 12 a.m. and 2 and 5 p.m. ~..'' .'-..• ■• ''•' .1 -. '-. . : ■'• . ;■& -'■ '•' 1 ' '■ ' 1 DIVIDENDS. ; ■— r _ 1 j ; rnHE * SOUTH BBITISH INSUBANCE ; COMPANY, LIMITED. An Interim Dividend of 1/6 per Share for the Half-year ended 28th February, 1909, te now. payable. Shareholders can obtain Warrants on application at the Company's Office. By order of the Board. JAMES KIRKER, * General Manager, Auckland, 6th April, .1909. 1 MEETINGS. "' T.ERESFORD-ST. CONGREGATIONAL , XJ CHURCH. I ANNUAL TEA AND PUBLIC MEETINGS THIS EVENING (Tuesday), AprU 13th. „„„ ■ Speakers: HON. GEO. FOWLDS, REV. W DAY, and THE REV. H. STEELE CRAIK7 , Soloists: MISS ALISON MUDGE and REV. H 1 STEELE CRAIK. Tea, 6.30 , Tickets. 1/. 29 -DIRKENHEAD AND NORTHCOTE A-» LIBERAL AND LABOUR FEDERATION. A Meeting of the above will be held in the Foresters'. Hall, Birkenhead, on WED- ■ NESDAY (TO-MORROW) EVENING, at 8 p.m. Business: Election of Oineers and Municipal Candidates. A large attendance is requested. Intending members are cordially invited. JAMES STEWART,' Secretary. _«*>Y W„ A PUBr ' IC MEETIXG Under the auspices _ I________M_L J Of the j |JDEFeNc£( I NATIONAL J DEFENCE LEAGUE, In : support ot UNIVERSAL TRAINING ' For- the > DEFENCE OF "HOME AND COUNTRY Will,be held TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY) NIGHT, At S o'clock. IN ST. JAMES' HALL. '..-.' His Worship the Mayor will preside.Speakers: Mr F. E. Baume, M.P., Yen. Archdeacon Calder, Mr F. G. * Ewington, Mr T. Long (President Trades and Labour Council), Mr J. K. Kneen. Dr. Dean Bamford, and Dr. T. Hope Lewis. PONSONBY LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. The "Annual MeeUng of the above Society will be held In the Lecture Hall, Leys Institute, ou WEDNESDAY, at 8 p.m. sharp. A' large attendance of members &nd iutending members is requested. B.D. GOOD, _•- *"- Hon. Sec. I

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 8, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 87, 13 April 1909

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