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q H.-o E}i-L " * .- '-'■-. :\ tj? a i, ij. Direction of J. and N.- Talt. TO-NIGHT SATURDAY — TO-NIGHT At S o'clock. . : THE ROYAL WELSH MALE CHOIR BOYAL WELSH MALE CHOIB ROYAL WELSH MALE CHOIR ROYAL WELSH MALE CHOIB Will give their Final Concert In New Zealand prior to their departure for Australia on Monday, 19th. April. POPULAR PROGRAMME POPULAR VivOtrßAMliß .; POP ULAR PROGRAMME i And SSSRH-5 PKI CBS. POPULAR PRICES. POPULAB PRICES. POPULAR PBICES. Beserred Seats, 3/ (no booking fee), 2/, and One Shilling (no Early Doors) Bos Plan at Wlldman and Arey's. ] Day Sales H.M. Cafe. COLIN CAMPBELL, Manager. JITOH rp H E A T B E. lessee C. Brown-Parker. TREMENDOUS SUCCESS OF rruvoLi—-picTUßES^rpivoLi •J-IVOLI—X ICTUBES—J-IVOLI EVERY NIGHT AT 8. MASTER HUBERT CARTER, The Boy Soprano. Late of Pollard's Juvenile Opera Co., EVERY NIGHT. Admission: 1/ and 6d. Q H O R A L HALL. GRAND COMPLIMENTARY -J5 E N E F I T /CONCERT, Tendered to MADAME CASIEB, Auckland s Lyric Sopruuo by the LesdlUK loiiil Artists. Under the patronage of His LsinUhin the Kiffht Bey. Dr. ISiaa.i, o£ Anckiauu. MONDAY, APRIL 10. 1909. PART I. L Piano Solo—"Valse Caprice" MISS ADA RALPH. 25BgT ETb™ 2. The Harmonic Quartet—"The Low-back'd wJSaCc < Arrau t r e<l by Harry Hlscocks) MESSRS. JOHN EGAN, FRANK ADEANE, HAItKY HISCOCKS aud OWEN PKITCHARD. 3. Song—"April Morn" .. (Robert Batten) MADAME CASIfiR. 4. Harp Solo—"Andalusia" Bolero Brilliant (Ch. Oberthur) MISS WINNIE CARTER. 5. Song—"For All Eternity" (Angelo Muscheronl) MADAME CASIER. Violin Obligato, Mr. Colin Muston, L.B.A.M. INTERVAL. PART 11. 1. Violin Solo—"Aragonesa" (Alard) MB. COLIN MUSTON, L.H.A.M. (Accompanist, Mr. T. Midgley.) 2. Song—"The Yeoman's Wedding" (Prince Poniatowsky) MR. OWEN PRITCHARD. 3. Aria, sacred—"Aye Maria" (Ch. Gounod) MADAME CASIER. (With Violin, Harp, and Organ Accompaniment, Mr. Colin Muston. Miss Winnie Carter, ,aud Mr. Harry Hlscocks.) 4.Humorous Quartet —"The Moonlight Serenade (Harry Hiscocks) THE HARMONIC QUARTET. 1 5. Song—"All the World Loves a Lover" (Ernest Ball) MADAME CASIER. Accompanist: Mr. Harry Hiscocks. Cars leave Three Lamps direct for the Choral Hall .it 7 and 7.13 p.m. aud 7.30 p.m. Cars will also be in attendance at the close of the performance for all suburbs. Tickets, 2/ and 1/. Commence at 8 p.m. Seats may be reserved at Wildman and Arey"s, 6d extra. M. J. SHEAHAN, Hon. Sec. P. J. SEHHBSY, Hon. Treas. TV A *J C I N G~". THE MISSES PATERSON, (of Melbourne), ARE OPENING CLASSES FOR THEATRICAL AND FANCY DANCING AT HOME, 55, Symonds-street, Afternoon, 2—4; Evenings, 6—7. Private Lessons by arrangement.—'Phone 1210.'AUCTIONS. J)ATES. " DATES. EX WHARF. On Account of whom It may concern. QAHILL AND rj3. Will Sell by Auction at their Auction Room, Queen and Grey-sts., JJEXT, 2Jj ST A PRIL AT 2 P.M. inn CASES KHADBAWI BULK -LVU DATES, in good order and condition. J. CAHILL, Auctioneer. FRIDAY, A PRIL 9Q , AT 11 O'CLOCK. J£LLERSLIEr-Q_REAT ©OUTH T>D. TDEAL g_T>OOMED "yiLLA. AND LARGE VALUABLE SECTION. T ]\/£ ANDBNO JACKSON, Instructed by Messrs REVELL, MURRAY AND CO. (as Agents), will Sell by Public Auction, at their Rooms, Customs-street 8., on the above date, rpHAT CHARMING VILLA OF 6 LARGE -•- ROOMS, up-to-date In all respects; hot and cold water supply; tiled hearths iv drawing and dining rooms; built-in wardrobe; linen press; porcelain «namel bath and basin in bathroom; Venetian blinds, etc.; washhouse, copper, aud tubs; standing in TASTEFULLY LAID OUT grounds; planted with shrubs, and having a frontage of 99fl to the Great South-road, by a depth of 198 ft Land Transfer Title. £450 can remain at 5J per cent. The Property is Flagged. -pRIDAiY, A PRIL DA ' AT 11 O'CLOCK. ftOOKfST., rWTY. T ]\£ ANDEN O JACKSON, Insntructed by the Owner, will Sell by Public Auction, at their Rooms, Customsst. E., on the above date, THAT TWO-STOREYED RESIDENCE, containing SIX ROOMS, 3 fireplaces, Iron roof, and bringing in weekly rental of 11/; Orion range in kitchen. 'SECTION 26ft frontage by 70ft deep. The Property is IFlagged. VXfEDNESDAY, APRIL O1 AT rt P.M. LAND SALE BY PUBMC AUCTION OF KA CHOICE RESIDENTIAL SECTIONS, O\J SITUATED AT . TT'BANKTON TUNCTION, X? O O N M A ™ t bunk Ij ine - TZ"ING AND r*O. Have received Instructions from E F MURPHY, Esq., to sell at their Mart Hamilton, on Wednesday, 21st April at 7 p.m., Kf| OF THE CHOICEST BUILDING w SECTIONS IN FRANKTON, each containing one quarter acre. These sections are situated within a few minutes' walk of new Tailway station. Speculators and others would do well to enquire about nbove properties in this popular and rapidly rising locality. Full particulars from the Auctioneers! or W. A. GOSLING and C. ALLEN AND CO HAMILTON. '' Auction* continued on page 6.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 5 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 0, 17 April 1909

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