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4 amusements.--: - 7 JTIS. : MAJESTY'S:-- THEATBS. • Lessee...\C. R. -Bailey. '' & "GENERAL. MANAGER7MR A. MOSS§t -Patrons arc-earnestly- requested-, to- *<s>thelr. seats at Wildman and Arey's, au4 thus avoid disappointment. •',"'. '"'■"■ ", At S o'clocfcVi ■■•!-':---- -.-■ || BOLLARD'S . i , POLLARD'S ; . r > I JUVENILE OPERA COMPANY. - I JUVENILE OPERA COMPANY,: 1 . 'in ••' . ' ■_,-, I PLANQUE.TTE'S Famous Comic Opera,,,, '7 ■■: V :.. . 7' .RIP VAN. , .'..;' '.. ... 7 WINKLE. , '7' RIP VAN WINKLE.' 7 ""7." Artistic Napoleonic • Beautiful - r -~ Original r' : ; Catchy ' "Piquant /" B," Delightful - • -.-, ', Quipplcal Cute Rippling :. Elegant' Satisfying--.-.. '. Fanciful .Tuneful " : Gorgeous Unique 7"'" Hilarious Vigorous • ? Inimitable ■ Whimsical ■■ Jocular Excellent Kaleidoscope Yes, and ■ Laughable - Zestful.'. , Merry '•* •," •.-* ■;. ■--. ; ■ RIP VAN, WINKLE. Under the Sole Direction ofMR TOM POLLARD. ' ■. ' MATINEE—SATURDAY NEXT.. Last Devonport Boat postponed till- ll_!0t Box Plan at Wildman and Arey's. 7 Early Door Tickets at "H.M. Cafa - Prices — 4/, 2/6, and 1/.- - . :.£*■-. - Business Manager, W. K..'ift'st. ROYAL HALU ALBERT-ST. - TO-NIGHT AND EVERY EVENING. MATINEE, SATURDAY. ' THE ROYAL PICTURES. 7,-7 THE ROYAL PICTURES DON'T MISS. .'.- ' . • MABIE ANTOINETTE, ' 'CANADA.' ---—'■:-'-'' THE NAVY; •", DB. WRIGHT'S INTENTION, TOO STOUT. GIPSY MODEL, AND A HOST.OF OTHEBS. 1/—Our Prices-~3d. WORLD'S RECORD.' TO-NIGHT AND TO-MORROW.•'. ' 1 HALL OPEN ALL DAY. .' , . '■> Admission, 6d. '. m — ' ' 7,",7. 77.". f i ryANTED, 1000 PERSONS TO SHABE IK % V » FREE DISTRIBUTION OF WATCHES, JEWELLEBi, etc^7 By the' ,■: ,;■ || AMUSEMENT SYNDICATE, --. H At their Opening ENTERTAINMENT and. I DANCE in Auckland, by.senuing 1/6 for I Ticket to the Manager, c/o 75, QUEEN-ST.. f A.ncklaudl ■ .' ! - 8 I D" ~RAMATIC ART. DEPORTMENT, AND 1 PUBLIC SPEAKING. 1 ELOCUTION; all branches. ; Study. nndM j F. Alfred Price, Caxton Chambers, Bwan-son-st. Postal Address, Box '574, G.P.O. .... ■•.-'■•■■ > M4ll TV AN C I N _ .G. MR. T.'-JACOBSEN will open '•• his Claf's on THUBSDAY EVENING NEXT;,at Bobson by Hall, Jervois-rd..Elementary, instruction, 7 plm.. till S p.m.---Advanced,-:froni'-S p.m.. till 11 p.m. Meredith's Orchestra- in attendance; . ■ - -^7 A N~ C r N -" G. MRS. SOWERBY will re-opeh her Glasses for Ballroom and Fancy Dancing, St:"Andrew's Hall, Lower Symonds-street, April 22nd, Thursday, '8 p.m.; Friday.'7.3o p.m.; Saturday, 10.30 a.m. and 2 p.m. Epsom Hall, Epsom; Wednesday, 31st, 7.30 p.m. For terms,.. etc., apply MRS. SO WEBBY. Eawhlti, Qnehungu. - - MSSS —' '—■ ■ - / "tin ry- *i>- ! e^ HIGHLANDER. MILK COMPETITION Nc. r L' '' For the Best Collection of Recipes: (limited to Twelve) of all descriptions wherein "Highlander" Sweetened Milk" or. "Capstan" Unsweetened Milk can be utilised.Open to Housewives and Amateur Cooks. First Prize, £5 5/; Second Prize, £3 3/; Third Prize, £1 1/; and Three Prizes of . Two Dozen Milk each; - r ' "■>"--.' Competitors must use "Highlander" Sweetened Milk, or "Capstan" or Pasteup Ised Unsweetened Milk, enclose 3 Wrappers with each entry, and write their names "on a separate sheet of papei.fromr-the recipe?. Mrs. E. B. Miller, authoress. of v the "Economic Cookery Book," will be Judge, whose decision shall be final. :-' The following features will be-specially taken into -account in; the• awarding x ot points:—Economy,- . -Novelty; rNotirishing DJshes, Facility of Preparation, Confectionery,' Invalids' and Advantage of the- ] use . of; - Condensed as against Fresh Milk. '-■;.- :- ~. - - Recipes sent in may be used and published by the Proprietors of Highlander Milk. • Envelopes to be marked-"Competition No. XT' and addressed to MURRAYS.-LIMITED. INVERCARGILL.. to reach by-May Ist. -, ' . "..■■'■ ..'... ".' .. i ' TENSERS. "'''7 >-~" BRICK SHOP AND '"■■■ DWELLING. SYMONDS-STREET. Tenders for the Erection of the above will be- received until Noon ■ of- TUESDAY. AprU 20th, . ' -, . .. f ARTHUR H. WHITE, '.■■ • Architect; Government Insurance Buildings', "■'■' 99,. Queen-street. c " : , 59. REMOVING, ALTERATIONS, AND ADDITIONS TO RESIDENCE, MT. EDEN-ROAD. ■ Tenders for., the above wlllx. be I ricefv«4 until Noon of MONDAY, the 19th inst; ARTHUR H. WHITE,': - '.'. • '.Architect,. Gt-vernnient Insurance Buildings, "•• 99, Queen-street r ' '" 61 -v. - : - '■ ■ : ■ .-.. . •--: :-,..-• --. QOTTAGE (IN BRICK), IN LOENE^ST. Tendeis wIU. be. received up to THURSDAY,, 15th April,, at N00n.," '■-■:•'. "g ■ JOHN M. WALKER, Architect, ." 'V i His Majesty's AicadA • fP O : B,UI LD. ._s,'».ifC. I Tenders are invited until Noon dfi MONf ! DAY, April 19th. for Alterations to ■: th-j • National Insurance Co.'s Buildings, Queenst. ■ - . -'':■;■-■■. ;•"-. ARTHUR G; DAW.-l ArcliitecL 313, Victoria Arcade. :..;.--:. : :.;--:. -55 \ A SSIGNED ESTATE OF DILIAN' HEN- .' -«. RIETTA CULLEN, OF TE AROHA, • DRAPER. -""• ' '-.-' '" " ! Tenders will be received.at my Offlce," ' Customs-street West, Auckland,, up till ! Noon of THURSDAY, th'e'lSth'day of April, ' KKKt, for- . .-.:..'':. ;. ■ •..'■ 7 (1) The well assorted' Stock of General Drapery, Men's-: Clothing, and ' Mercery, valued at .7.••...-.... £493 -ft (2) The" Plant' add Fittings,- "■" " valued at ..-;...>'. .' 3 • '■ £535 12 6 A Deposit in Cash, or a. Bank Cheque, equal to 20 per cent of the amount tehdereij must accompany each Tender. ■ --"•' Schedules of Stock, and Terms and Conditions of Tender, can be seen at my Offlce, Customs-street West, Auckland, and at Mt J. B. Johnson's Store, Te Aroha. . , The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. E. GERARD, Trustee by his Attorney. Official Assignee's Office, -• •■' Auckbyd. 2nd April. 1900. , . '" -p He; ■'c; -r.7/p s, ' PLASTERER AND CONTRACTOB, CAMBRIDGE HOUSE. LOWER VINCENT-ST., AUCKLAND. Estimates given. Letters attended to. _'-.-S .-.;;-. .

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 9 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 87, 13 April 1909

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