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JJIS "•,MAIESirB. ; ,J ... ..; Lessee...;;.;C-lß..Bailey." GENERAL MANAGER.-.MR A.' I v SPECIAL" M AT-iNEE~ PERFOESrI^^ SATURDAY -NEXT, J " SATURDAY CONTINUED; BRILLIANT STJCCEgS I !'-,'". • ■■ POLLARD'S- 1 ' •' ':. ; ■.;'.'.; ;.P.OLLAR£>'S ■ ;;:SSsli JUVENILE OPERA JUVENILE OPERA ' C P'MPAN^||| - Planquette's iDelightful : Comic 'One*.." ■■' ■■■:■.. ■-.-..- RIP VAN WINKLE. ......". , ElPy' VAX WINKLE-;: v. ■ -'■•■. Under the Sole Direction of '" ; i '■■' .ME TOM POLLARD.' , ■ RIP. VAN WlNKLE,,which can oni» W. played for Three More Nights, and sTm.7 inee on Saturday Next. Is nightly .rxrJS*Z?S with unbounded. enthusiasm-by CROWDED- CIRCLE^, ', ; - ~-M% :.. .;'' CROWDED STALLS; '% .' . ; ciipWDSD GALLERIES Ana easily .maintains all the -best 'trfiT : ' tions of the- Comic Opera St'a~e it., "jr lightful character studies; r capttvktW >£" semales, and-glorious melodies endearinr i> for all time to 'all lovers of Romantic Omiu - Opera. ' , - •"- ••■■■■ SATURDAX EVENING .KEXT'-tM ■■ • FIRST PRODUCTION IN AaiCKIiA^II The Brilliant 'Musical Comedy r'.T-HE ISLE , OP jBONG-BONG THE ISLE OF 80-NG - BOM}! • Full particulars of which, ".will 'be.'dvi»" ; '-. • ,' "' announced.;. '.. ':■: - Box ..Plan at Wjldman and Arey'i. "' \ Day Sales at H:M. Cafe. . " Prices — 4/, 2/6, and. 1/. . . ■ : ']; . Early Door, 6d extra; ■ • .. ...:. :.:■ W. A. LOW, Business Manage, y MRS E. A. RBYNOLDS (pupiCorj&S Sowerby> will open her Classes at bafflfiN ;!ow's Hall, Kenall-street, Ponsonby (mSt site .Hlsted's),-Saturday Afternoons & p.m.; for juveniles. Adults: Ponsanbv Win 'Juesaar'Evetiags,'April 13th; and WalM ' Hall, Mount Eden, Wednesday■ Evels, , ■ April 14th.—Terms, etc., .10, iTVanganal^ ]\,riSS E. WATTS, Teacher-L&test'.'BSsP i'-l-room ana. Fancy Dancing,- DeporhwSte Private tuition.. /Prospectns.— SoeraSt-Hargreaves-st., Pqnsonby. •'. ■ . ™ : TEMPSRS. T ° B U I~L E''''R : *|£ . - . GERALD-E.JOXES,. ■;..;- Security.'Buildings 'Arcaliect^ jVjTETHODIST C.HUROH .AT.PABiK^S Tenaers- for-,-theV Erection, of the al»» will be received until Noon of -WEO'Et DAY, 21st.. ■■; . ... ~-"•..'■ •'"isaßß ..'.-..."- AETHTJR H. WHITE, '', Insurance. Buildings ; : $ S9. Queen-street. ■ ' ' £ CJOHOO-L .-B'niILOIXG .-AT •• PAEJfgABOI , "•■;.- (EAST.caASx:) _-.-",. :^p| TBN'DBRS" will be -'received 1 at tion. rßoaird's Office, 201, Victoria :Afaflllfe Auckland, uh-ril - Noon on. TDBSD'AT \ ittS?*' 20. Plans,, etc., 'at"2l6,'. Victoria Ircak and with the .Postmaster, s ~ ■ : •■"■"-' : : Vi v : v . .'-:'. :, ' : '•':" "■'■': -:■>■•-■-:-■ ; ,'■ Architect , ;, ■ .^P : -""O ■- B 'XT '-^'.""' ; li-'r)'-:'B^a^H ' Tenders ./Tvillie received' a,t-'tie'JLidft. tecf.s QfSce up till Noon oif-'BATXJBJ>Af-. the 34th. April, for the. ERECTION.' U< FR-ICIK of a BUTTER FACTOR'T for" the : Eureka , : , pany. 'Plans and speoi-fl'ca.uions at <SHB of . the .Builders' Association,- ■ ! cade, -and at'the ■■Areiiitect's Offlce, 'Uti | ■";: JOHN- TV.: 'WAEREN. : - • . . - A ..... .. Arohltect, .-Hainllt|^^ m ,Q. 8,. TJ; ..3\ ••!•.. D r; : ,E.gp-'-.^^ AUCKLAND' TECH^/lCAt' Co'tLEif^p. Tenders- for ; the" ERECTION OF A BUILDING in REINFORCED trill be received'at the Offlce of. the : :Edaca-;. tion Board, 201. Victoria Arcade."'unttl ' : Noon on TUESDAY, April 27th.' ;_. -Plans, .eti', at-my.'Oiffice,-T and 8,"SlUoeI Chambers, Swanson-strest. ~.-. :' ; •■' ■ JOHN MITCHELL, %.x£ii&m ,'.,. ■"■ Architect,': "RICH AND ROCHE, " r " ' - v - ■ :' EngfaetH. _ rpHE TAKAPUNA TRAMWATS iSB X FERRT COMPANY, LID. EXTENSION OF TIME FOR. TEST>EBi : S " FOR : HULL OP : ; The time for receiving Tenders of Ferry Steamer on the ALTEEE* | SPECIFICATIONS has been: EXTESDER ;; to 'IIONDA-i - , AprU. 13th, 1009,, at 11 a a.' By order Of the Board of Directors... ■ •■ ••■ •■ _ •■ C. F. SANDERS. • . '.' » ••'-." Acting Secretl*]' Auckland, April Bth, 1900. r-7 rp , c..x ■ D.' E "l FOR. ROAD' FORMATION *>? ■ -■■ METALLING-. ESPLASADB;,-,{M>->'> -, ONEHUNGA, - - FOR ONEHIJSGA :. BOROUGH COUNCIL.". Tenders are required for tlie.al)ove;JW>ti Plan and Specifications can be seen atitM ; 'Olfic'es of the Onehuhga: Borough Coaneg??j Time for receiving tenders 'at■ Offices closes at 7 o"clock on SIOSDf«3v; EVENING. 18ta;jiisc; ■/_ ■ - ' ThelovreSt or'any tender not.necesJUi'f. accepted. '.. - - ... :j, ;irii- ■'■■'.■:■■■■ P. E. CHEAU - ■ ■' ,Engin««^; : AUCKLAND . POST OFFI* Fresh Tenders rvill be-recqived at: tW ;: Offlce until Noon' of THURSDAY,. »•»..■. April, for the lirectiou of the above to* ing. They are to be addressed to" tn» : Minister, of Public. Works, and marieo M the outside for Auddahd. .Fo->' Office." Telegraphic tenders, simiuutf;, marked and" addressed, Tvill" L be coosinttM if- presented at any. telegraph*.6fßee-«?Ta|;{ Noon of the same date, provided tliatjfn 1 -. ten tenders are.lodged at.any District Office by the same hour.-. ;;.; r ;. vDrawings, '■ specification, of contract may-'-' be seen ' atv tie 1 -tuiue-:;; Works Offices,. -Auckrand, ': Weiiingtoft, Ghristchurch, and .Duuedisi. The. lowest.** iiuy .tender not necessarily accepted. -•-,;.■: JOHN CAMPBELL.'. ■ ■ Government Atcliitwt'jVi,; Publle Works" Office. ' \ ' : Wellington, :4th March, 1909. . - A UCSLAND . ; PO-ST ~ OflFK*/ . It is hereby notiiied-.-that the. date ; **:>. " receiving Tenders for the . E-rectioa. 'Of: *?•;.■ above Building i≤ from; tne':St!l;( ; : | April to the 11th Mar. I : , John campbem; •: a i . .■■:■■ .(Joverameat Architect.,.' I Public Works Department, '..„■„ | '-. ■ loth: March^^_£^:... I i"■.- £: -p> -ttekrOld, -■'■- I ARCHITECT AND BTJILDIN'G; : - I ...■.•„ jSURVESOK, .., ; ; ...":^;j. : ':H| ; ROTAL " INSU2ANCE .BUttD?»*' i : QUEEN-ST. 'Phone'2slo. •g I

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 9 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 88, 14 April 1909

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