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.;;; , / ;iV ; 7AMUiSEMiEKTS:O.;;f :■,' H IS -MAJESTY'S- ' THEAT^ " SPECIAL MATINEE PERFORMANCE "RIP TAN TOKLE." - SATURDA- AFTERNOON NEXT, ■ Doors open r: at 1.30, commence at '*»• sharp. - -j_ \ .■-■ - . -. ■- ....... -"•. ■ Special Prices: Adults, 3/, 2/, and y. ■ Children Half-price to all parts., *?: ':'- IS- 'MAJESTY'S - THEATbII : .Lessee....C. B. Bailey. . - GENERAL ,MANAGER..MR A. MOS3. Greeted Nightly • ■ ■ ..-.- - . wlch ; ' '■■ ■■'. :. ■ A Series of Unrestrained Oyationi. POLLARD'S ■■■ : " : r-■■< ■ JUVENILE OPEBA COMPANY. ' BIP VAN WINKLE. . ,' REMEMBER! - -j ■ SPECIAL' MATINEE PERFORMANCE SATURDAY NEXT. : \ it " - ■• . .-And' •. ' • .'.'.* LAST TWO NIGHTS , t : LAST TWO NIGHTS ; ' • "• , ~ LAST TWO NIGHTS The Melodious, Delightful. Comic Opera, RIP VAN WINKLE. •;. With, all its beautiful melodies, delightful character studies, and captivating and •■' picturesque ensembles.-. .•; ■■;,• ;" ; SATURDAY EVENING NEXT, FIRST PRODUCTION IN AUCKLAND The Brilliant Musical Comedy, ', THE ISLE Of BONG 1 BONG ' THE ISLE OF BONG BONG. , The Box Plan for which opened THIS ' MORNING, at 9 o'clock, at Wlldman an* Arej-'s. ■ - v -..':. Prices — 4/, 2/6, and 1/. , ■: -'v? Early Door, ,6d extra. W. A. LOW, Business Manageß'v■& "P'OYAI/ ALBERT • ~Ha£ll -*> ALBERT-ST. . " . —: ; - :''"- ' - TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. . MATINEE (SATURDAY). • :. THE ROYAL PICTURES '- THE ROYAL PICTURES ! ' ! LAST TWO NIGHTS OF THIB LAST TWO NIGHTS OF THIS '' ■ ' PROGRAMME. ■ ' } PROGRAMME. ' ' ■ •: THE 'ROYAL PICTURES; - ■ .. , THE ROYAL PICTURES. ROYAL PICTURE PALACE. HOYAL PICTURE PALACE. ALBERT-ST. ..r .-Watch,'lor. Saturday's Programme. ' 1/ — OUR PRICES — 6d ' DRAMATIC -ABT, DEPORTMENT. AKn"" ..PUBLIC SPEAKING. • ELOCUTION, all branches. Stnoj nafler F. Canton Chambers;,Bwai eon-Bt. Posta: Address, Box 574, GPO • : '- •■■ ■::■■•■• ■-■:\.-:-y. '^; ; iuu D A N c l N °- r .-- MBS. SOWERBY will re-open her Class™ for Ballroom and Fancy Dancing, drewe Hall, Lower Symonds-street, AM 22nd. Thursday, 8 p.m.; Friday, 7.30 p.m> Saturday, 10.30 a.m. and 2 p.m. Epsom %aIL •Epsom; Wednesday, 21st, 7.30 p.m For terms, etc., apply MRS. SOWEKBY, Ri. whiti; rOnehunga. : \"'u .' M3a : " •" ;'W:-'' i "■'.'■''--'■ ■■'■■'..:':.■■:. TENDERS. I HOUSE at Mt. Roskill.—Tenders will h* received till 24th AprU, at Noon. HaJiC* and Specifications,, next, Tower Ho'nse, Kingsland Avenue. rpO BUILDERS .AND- -PAINTERS.WEDNf S d^Y,a^e inSf PAIRS and ADDITIONS to Eleven Cottages at Onehunga; also, Separate Tenden'' ' for Pain Papering the-eame. For plans' and lspfeciflea.tlons^ ? aptily;-to . -V-■ ;;. . ... A.-ROBB, Queen-st.; Onehnngit rp ob - b ~n i l z> a a* Tenders are invited until Noon of MOX- ' DAY, April 19th, for Alterations flPtl* Nationul Insurance Co.'s Buildings, Queen%t. 1 •' J' 'J,■ v - - . ■ . " ' 4 ■ - ;.. ARTHUR G. DAW, ji '313, Victoria Arcade. ArcWtect a ' . jJESiDESpE "IN ..WOOD.AT BEMUEBA. Tenders ior the above-will be received at my.-., Office, Royal Insurance Bnildingu,: Queen-st., at Xbon oi SATURDAY, April : 24th. - ■ ■ -■.- -■■ ■■ .-„-■ .- .-■- !•■:■ ' A. Bi HBRROLD, " ' ■ Architect. rp O B_ U E &IS. - PUBLIC HALL AT OPOTIKI. |j Tenders for above will be received uiitll Noon, WEDNESDAY,.. 28Ou-Aprll,- 190*. Plans at J. J , .. Geary's.'Opotiki Store, or it my-offlce. : •-' - •»'■'"-'■ '<.i:,-'- . ■.-.•i:.'.. ■,-. The lowest or any tender, not necessiriii accepted. . ■"...-' -c-'-My ■■;.■.; ;■••-■, G. SELWYN GOLDSBRO', : 1:■ •' ■'■ Architect. 320, Victoria Arcade, Auckland. '•/■_ ■".■_ AUCKLAND... ■ HABBOUB 4i BOAitD. •C\i ■■■"■■ '■■ - ■ ' ' '" ■ ;■.-' •.-.■- j- i. -'■■[ ■ •;' - TE-NDERS FOR STEEL CASTINGS FOB ' . "RAILWAY ,OftpSiSINOS. ; j- . ■„ _ :. Oftice, ;-.'- ---' . .. ' Apiil :15th; 1906.: TENDERS will be received .at tbis Offic* untU TUESDAY, the--27th day 1 of-April, ' 1909, at Noon, for 'STiEEL CASTING-S FOB c RAILWAY OROSSINGS, in terms of plan* - and speeiflcatiou to be seen et the Bngi- , neer's Office. -.; : 1 1 The lowest or any -tender not necessarily 5 aceeptedi - '■-■ '••' '■ '' -■•■■'-'■•-"-"f '»'.■■■ , Tenders.to.be endorsed ."Tender for Steel i 1 Castings for Railway Crbssinge." ;>■; j By order of the Boaxd. j , i ; ; .■ J. M. BBIGHAM, -• -' I Secretary. i \ UCKLAND HARBOUR BOABdI ', xV ■ ' "~ ■ ■ . ■ .-.■■'■ . ■ TENDERS FJOR COiNCRET-El PETACii. ING WALL, NEW NO. 4 JETTY. | Tenders will be received at this Offlct : > "until TUESDAY, ther27th day of Aprll--1009, at noon, for CONCRETE RETAKING WALL, NEW NO. i JETTY, in term* of plans and specifications to be seen at tn» Engineer's^,Office. - ; The lowest or any tender not necesearilj: • accepted. .. ■-". ~ f i": / r ' : ; : : -.'-ij ■ ... ; Tenders to be endorsed, "Tender -for■■■■■■•■ ' Concrete Retaining Wall, New No.: I . : Jetty." By order of the Board. ' ■• . v . -,:■■ J. M. BRIGfHAM,, ;'; ; ' sfecreUry. Secretary's Office, April 1, 1908. : ~\T &TI C B TO -B UI L DE-B S. t I beg to announce that L have_taSea iover the Gtoey Lynn Joinery .Factory, Campbell-rd., Grey. Liynn, and am to supply Bulldera, etc., .with Joinery,«...lowest prices. Quotations 34 ~r p H E~ L P V 8 ,':?; ;-* PLASTERER AND CONTRACTOR CAMBRIDGE HOUSE. _ LOWER VINCENT-ST., AUCSLANO.;,,EsUmates given. Letters attended *j>^ ! TDEAL ■DOILE'RS AND JJADIATOBa i UNEQUALLED FOR EFFICIENCY iSD ECONOMY. r IDEAL HEATING GOODS are specffleij for the new General Posf Offices at AmdUand;, and Wellington, and other Governmentjbuiwlng? throughout the Dominion, also ty a" 3 leading Architects. - • Estimates, quotations and other lnfonntOon furnished promptly on application. : JENKINS AND MACK, Wellington. ;. Sole Agents for New Zealand. J!* 3 *

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 8 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 89, 15 April 1909

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