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AMUBEMKWTS, " "' : ■'". : ! H IS .. ":Ihe^T ; GENERAL MANAGER.. M M O BB> . SPECIAL AND IMPORTANT \ ANNOUNCEMENT ■ this . .'," (SATURDAY) EVENING., V ) (And until further notice) FIRST PRODUCTION IN ATICKUNo ~- ; ■ By: ■. -' , POLLARD'S . ' JUVENILE OPERA COMPAVT JUVENILE ■OI'EBA COMPANY ■£& Of t ; -i The Mirth-provoking, Sparkling, H usUil " Comedy, '■■' : ■ "THE ISLE OP BONG-BONO.. "THE ISLE OF BONG BON?- , V "THE ISLE OF BONG BONcf Under the Direction'of^JS MR TOM POLLARD.:,?! -Dainty, delightful, and orlgiual k , ming over with "fun E-ast anW u Vl "t catchy and sweetly tuneful nunuW 8, " and popular duets, attractive expert dancers, and clever "'turns?! 1 "' h ' "THE ISLE OF BONG BONG," ' ' Cannot fail to appeal to the lard «• of theatregoers who consider healthT-γ?* ; laughter, brightness, hilarity the eauce piquant to this attriptW-^ * of entertainment, retractive clan ■,-. THE ISLE OF BONG BOW THIS ISLE OP BONG BONg!Box Plan at Wildman and Arev-'« ''''■ ffis^V^fa^i^;^W. A. LOW, Business Manager. £HORAL HALL—THURSDAYpSI ORCHESTRAL SOCIETY. • FIRST CONCERT~oF THE SGASO.V ■WAGNER, ~ •■ ; -. . '."' TSCHAIKOWSKI, "1812- RETREAT FROM MOSCOW. SOCIAL, IN AID OF ORGAN FTivn NE CATHOLIC CHUKCHwiII be held in .'.; ' NEWMARKET PUBLIC HALL, ' on -■. ■; ■ '■/-'■J-; WEDNESDAY, AI'HIL 21st , Befreshuients. Music by: Stephen's flalli Ladies, 1/; Gents., 1/6. • ■ ■ ■ ■ .. h- .'Mcestee:-:.; ■--' ' M ISS E. M. W Aavxs - : TEACHER LATEST BALLROOM: FAXCr" DANCING. -^m Private Classes commencing EVEJSINO, I'oth April. *; Prospectus: . ':''■' -.J MOERAKGI, Hargreaves-st., Poneoubr. ' "-'-.■ ■_' :a:..' POPULAR CONCERT, Oddfellows"-Hall, Cook-street*.tKLafl': A UOETLAND SHAKESPEARE SOCIET?"' -»■-»- Readings will be continued durioiftln : present season. The plays will! be-chowK from the following: "Othello," .--Hicham'" II.," "Henry 1V.," Part *~ ."llercliaanr-of-'Venice," "As You Like It," : and "Captale' Brassbound's Conversion" (Bernard ■Shawp and "How He Lied to Her Husband" (Bfe.v nard Shaw). Only a limited number Jit* Subscribers can foe enrolled—Apply Uvisks and Co., Qneen-st. - -~.Vi A& A GHA'ND BENEFIT ; CONCERT :■;■'.';': r -><4%fifflSi will be held on :'. THURSDAY; APRIL 22, • /aSs*"*- Et THE OKANGE HAli, : ~ immitti Karanganape-road..- - s, •' In aid of a- 'Brother in Distress' throijli!;, ;:■' Sickness and Bereavement. ' Tickets 1/. —Chairman, D. Goldie, Eiq. J , ' ; 5 p.m. ST. STEPHEN'S PR'ESBYTEEIAJJ CHURCH HALL, Jervols-road, Ponsonby. : -. ■; .00 N C E B' t ■ In aid of Sunday School-and Piano FoniL'S" THURSDAY, APRIL 20tt, 1900;^ ■•■• ARTISTS:- . ■"..-" ; . : '■% Misses Blanche Garland, Emily: Moon, ! Phyllis Mills, Messrs E. Fristrom, Wilfred '. Manning, Allan MeElwaln, Dr. Hugh Keltli. Tickets, 1/. Commence 8 p.m. E ; . ANGUS. , ■'.-'■- Acting Beey.;^ DA N CI NY G.MRS E. A. REYNOLDS (pupilofMra Sowerby) will open her Classes at Oildftljg;,.':. low's Renall-street, Ponsbnby,. (oppofr' ' site Histed's), Saturday Afternoons, •. 2.30,5' ;, for Juveniles. Adults: Ponsonby Hal!, Tuesday Evenings, April 13th,-and;Waite'i-.-/; Hall, - Mount Eden, Wednesday. Evenings,; ■;/. \ April 14th. —Terms, etci 10, Wangamil-ave-nue, Ponsonby. '■■ "•' ■," ' ■-'■• U *'8 *•;/- RAMATIC ART, DEPORTMENT, AND. j PUBLIC SPEAKING. ■ ' ; ELOCUTION, all branches." ; Study: onflei: F. Alfred Price, Caxton Chambers, Bvraa;. son-st. Postal Address,.' Box 5J4,. G.P.O. •■ Tnj A N~ C■ 1 ;N-.;/fJ.I:Jv : MRS. SOWERBY wUI re-open her .Claae* for Ballroom , and Fancy Dancing, St. Ad , ; drew's Hall, Lower Symonds-aucet, April 22ud. Thursday, 8 p.m.; Friday,'7.3o p.m.;,. Saturday, 10.30 a.m. and 2 p.m. Epsom Hall,: ! Epsom; Wedneeday, illst, 7.30 p.m. For - terms, etc., apply MRS. SOWEBBT., B»----whltl, Oiiehunga. ; rf\Hß CHORISTERS' GLEE PAB.TY at tll« -I- Opera Honse, Sun. Ev. • (next).^__ S~ t! ANDREW'S PARISU HALI* Lower Symouds-st., Aucklaud. ■ ; NEXT WEDNESDAY EVENING, APBII" 21st, at 8. ; , . FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY. - ',- PROF, f± TDEAUMONT (of Palis) Will give his HUMOROUS COMEDY LECTURE, , ; Entitled, '|Remlulscences of My taf ,r Friend, ' M AX O'B ELW ' -..:: The CELEBRATED AUTHOR Wβ HUMORIST. ' V ■ ABRIDGED SYNOPSIS. ~ ■ Peculiar Chairmen we Have Met. vFunny. ; Mistakes People Make Abroad. WnerepW;. Johnson Go When in Paris? . John Bu!U Little Peculiarities. The Secret of Sanflyl,.; Success in Life. French, and Irish "lb Scotch and American Humour. A I'Teiicbman's Impressions of New Zealand. The English Woman and Her Beauty. Tne French -Woman of Society. Her Majesy. the American. Woman! How .to Deai witn Mothers-in-Law. Amusing Stories aud Keiuiniscences from America. Etc., etc. Admission: Front Seats (Reserved; «™ 2/; Second Seats (Unreserved, 1/. First and Second Seats .should (It possible) be secured In advance from:;.M«; srs AVildraan and Arey. Doors open IM. commence S. - " n • QENT.RAL HALL. COOK-STBEE*. )V. ' At Seven O'clock. . MR. H. M. BOUCHER, SEER AND OCCULIST. Original instructive description. " SPIRIT CIRCLES." . Ancient and Modern. How they/Ouglit to. be Conducted, etc ™ T ADIES.—TAVO FREE HEALTH TAlJsi" ~ U well Illustrated, will be given at -W i Viavl Booms, 2nd Floor, aty Chambers, oa ; MONDAY , AFTERNOON, the 19th inst.,, aua ;. on THURSDAY AFTERNOON, inst., at three o'clock. SuDjeqis; "Headache, Backache, "Good Health for Women in Natures O»» Way." Printed version of the Viavl Alni« and Methods obtainable personally, or ror ald stamp. Office hoars: 10 a.m. to 5 »•»•> Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 12.30. • SUNDAY Afternoon. Come and hear BroMark, visitor from Alrdrie.■*•»■?£ / East-st. Hall.—Auckland Brotherhood. *» ,

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 7, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 0, 17 April 1909

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