; i AMUSEMENTS. ""' ' r P E B A -. ; HO USB , - . Leteeei: John Fuller and Sons. ' . FULLER' S DLLQR'B ryiDE ) V\TOUt,V -piCTURES "IDE World *ictubeb MARVELLOUS -. SUCCESS OF rrtum /^iinephonei ■ The Latest Novelty of Modern Times. Latest Perfected TALKING PICTURES. Latest s Perfected SINGING PICTURES. BEAUTIFUL, NEW RECORDS. lit Willow," "We All >Weut Into the ohop, and "My. Lass from Lancashire." ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL PROGRAMME. ■COFFEE CULTIVATION. A DREAM OF WEALTH. g<. THE HAN.D OF A WIZARD ~. • THE LIGHTHOUSE-KEEPER. .: WINTER SPORTS IN SAVOY A CASE OF BASHFULNESS. INDIA OF TO-DAY.' "• TVHY FATHER LEARNED TO RIDE. PRINCIPLES OF THE. GYROSCOPE. WEARY WILLIE AT THE CARNIVAL. MATINEE, SATURDAY, . 2.30. Children Bel All, Parts. ; Reserves at-Wiidman's. TO rj- T —JUVENILE RALLY, THIS A.WVJ. J- "CTHURSDAY) EVENING,7.3O FORESTERS' HALL, ED-IjSBURGH-ST., NEWTOX. Sister Cameron, G.S.J.W., will preside. Short Addresses' by Bro. J. Mark (Airdrie Lodge, Scotland), Bro. R. Wilson, G.C. (Hastings), Bro. Townsend (Petone). Musical Items by Juveniles. Admisssion Free. No Collection. 1 • ,-,- - AJfCING—Mr. T. W. Robson opens his Friday Nights' Class in Federal Hall, Wellesley-st., on FRIDAY NEXT, April 16th. Heley's Orchestra. 41. TV A~ N C I N" gT MR. T. JACOBSEN will open hfs Class on THURSDAY EVENING NEXT, at Ponspnby Hall, Jervote-rd. Elementary instruction, 7 fill 8 p.m. 'Advanced, from 8 p.m. till 11 p.m. Meredith's Orchestra in attendance. • - 17 f : SPORTING. JOCKEY CLUB. AUTUMN MEETING,,IBOB.. ~ gATURDAY, A PRIL OATB, ' '■ ■■' :""'• ! And' ■ ' '■"■ '^f* 2 ■_■ WEDNESDAY, 28 TH - ACCEPTANCES for allfevents to be run on the. FIRST DAY will CLOSE TO-MOR-ROW (FRIDAY), at ?. p.m. HARRY H. HA.YR. Secretary. x»olo. "poLo. Yj SPORTS AND RACES, ALEXANDRA PARK. . , 5 f.lfcfil SATURDAY, iith. |\ ATTRACTIVE PROGRAMME, '' iricinding-^-CUP, 4 furlongs ELECTRIC HANDICAP, 2 furlongs HURDLE. RACE .v' : . > '■■'• ■■ ' ,• PONY TEST LADIES' BRACELET, ; etc.,"etc:, etc. '- " ADMISSION —iGtoundl/; Stand 1A EDUCATIONAI*. y Q JOHN'S OCHOOI* i; ■ , "THBPAH^" BOARDING ! AND DAY SCHOOL FOB!' BOYS. Headmaster: THE BEY. P. S. SMALLFIELD. " ?; Assisted by an Efficient Staff' of Resident and Visiting Masters. . - Half Term begins on MONDAY, March 22. Telephone 728. . M 312 QOSMOPOLITAN . /COLLEGE, 23, S WANS0 * gr. ■ DAY AND EVENING CLASSES FOR PREPARATION FOB PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS IN ALL SUBJECTS. ' . Individual Tuition. Hours' for separate students. Commercial Training. ; * Classical and Modem Languages. Gregg's Shorthand. - Mapri. , - ■ ■ Country Correspondence Classes. Monday to Friday inclusive, 10 to gTOTT AND - "g-OARE'S, qgUSINESS QOLLEGE, 23,- SWANSON-'ST. • "' MAURICE R. KEESlNG,'Principal! 5 TpRENCH CLASSES (Conversational), for ■*■ Ladies and Gentlemen, conducted by! Parisian Graduate Professor, on the "Gouin! Series Method," the most easy, .rapid, and ! practical system known, COMMENCE THIS WEEK, and will be continued twice weekly (afternoons and evenings) for. beginners and advanced students, at the GOUIN SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES. Rayner's .American Buildings, Wellesley-st. W. (nearly opposite Federal Hall). Terms, 30/ per course. Write at once for Prospectus.;' '.. Sβ PIANOFORTE HARMONY AND THEORY MRS R. T. WALKER (late Principal of Napier' Pianoforte School. Pupil of Herr Michael Hambourg.) IS PREPARED- TO RECEIVE PUPILS. ..- For terms, eje, apply— COMPION, MACMURRAY-KOAD (off St. Marks-road).: REMUERA. '•Or, :S ~ ENGLISH AND FOREIGN PIANO AGENCY, LTD., ■.■; 191, QUEEX-STItEET. MSOO School of dressmaking.— miss K3 Reid, Wellesley-st. Classes for Practical Dressmaking. Daily, except Wednesday afternoon; Evenings, Tuesday and Friday. ■.-.- ;-; ; -..,, --: M 491 HOTELS. rpiHH ANCHOR XT o TIL (THE SETTLERS , FAMILY HOTEL); CORNER QUEEN , AND .MARKET STS;, CITI. ■ Under New Management." Under New Management. "*~"*** This Oid-established and Popular House has been Thoroughly Renovated Throughout, and now otters - Comfortable Accommodation for Boarders. Tariff: j/<J per day; 25/ weekly. : Market Day Luncheon for Farmers Tues days and Fridays. A First-class Meal for 1/. V. V. Campbell Ehrenfried's Champion Pure Ales on Draught. All Wines and Spirits True to Name No Women Served on the Premies. ARTHUR WHITEHEAD, Proprietor » " tray* v " -:• /;- ■■■:...- M 451 POTJI.TB.-y. WHITE LEGHORN PULLETS.—We have one thousand to pick from for tnose . who want a pen to compete at Cambridge; •21/ each.—Harrison' aiid Grattan,' Winners North Island Competition, Arondale Soutji

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 7 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 89, 15 April 1909

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