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I AMUSEMENTS. TTIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. Lessee C. U. Bailey. GENERAL MANAGER..MR A. MOSS. Another Complete and Most Prouounced Success achieved by POLLARD'S i JUVENILE OPEEA COMPANY. ( RINGING PEALS ! RINGING PEALS Of Vociferous and Enthusiastic Applause accorded on Saturday Evening to POLLARD'S JUVENILE OPERA COMPANY. Under the Direction of MR TOM POLLARD. In the FIRST PRODUCTION IN AUCKLAND Of The Great Hilarious Musical Comedy Success, "THE ISLE OF BONG BONG," "THE ISLE OF BONG BONG," "THE ISLE OF BONG BONG," "THE ISLE OF SONG BONG." "THE ISLE OF BONG BONG." Unquestionably the Funniest Musical Com'ctiy ever played in Auckland, received with POSITIVE SHRIEKS OF LAUGHTER. A Brilliant Success — Splendid Scenes — Rich and Varied Dresses. A Luxury of Telling Effects — Effective Songs and Popular Duets. An Abundance c£ Fun — Shrieks of Laughter. Nnvel and Delightful Dances. The Whole Forming an Overwhelming "POPULAR SUCCESS." Every Evening until Further Notice, THE ISLE OF BONG BONG. TIIE ISLE OF BONG BONG. The Production under the Direction of " MR TOM POLLARD. MATINEE PERFORMANCESATURDAY AFTERNOON NEXT. Bos Plan at Wildman and Arey's. Early Door Tickets at H.M. Cafe. Prices — 4/, 2/6, and 1/. Early Doors, 6d extra. W. A. LOW, Business Manager. A UCKXAND CHORAL SOCIETY. CHORAL HALL. Rehearsa's will be resumed TO-MORROW (TUESDAY) EVENING, at T. 30 p.m. WORKS FOR PRACTICE: Spohr's "Last Judgment." Weber's Mass in G. The Committee would be pleased to receive applications for admission to the Chorue from Tenors and Basses. H. J. EDMISTON. Secretory. QHORAL HALL.—THURSDAY, 22nd. ORCHESTRAL SOCIETY. FIRST CONCERT OF THE SEASON. WAGNER, TSCHAIKOWSKT. "1S12" RETREAT FROM MOSCOW. C2T. ANDREW'S PARISH HALL, Lower Svuionds-st., Auckland. .VEST WEDNESDAY KVENlilfl. JLPBIL linn i i i _~ Will ci-re hi e Entitle*? "^li* 3 p?* 3 ' 11215 * 1 ai-Ecr-rxjTCTs. ° m fnviT M AX O'R ELL -" The CELEBRATED ACTHOE and HUMORIST. ABRIDGED SYNOPSIS. JWulier Chairmen we Have Met. Funny Little Peculiarities. The Secret or^Saudy's Success Jβ We. French and h'kk Wit. Englfsh WcS"an*"and r Her" BfaStj"" 1 " The Flench Woman of Society. Her Majesty the American Woman! How to Deal with Mothers-ln-Law. Amusing Stories and HemiulejcoQces from America. Etc etc Admission: Front Seats (Beserved and XumUered), 2/; Second Seats (Unreserved), 1/, First and Second Seats should (i< cts Wildman and Arer. Doots open 7.30 commence &. 41 f! BENEDICT'S HALL, FRIDAY, APRIL 23.—EUCHRE PARiTY AND SOCIAL, tendered by the Children of Mary in aid of the Church Fund.— M. Mtttmrn Sec—Gents, 1/6; Ladies, 1/.—Com-1 AT the Waratali lea Rooms To-nighi f*- Musical Entertainment free: Slippers 1/; Tea and Cakes. 6d: i-ommencins S u^taJrsT 187 - QUeea - St ' Brmsh Bu!WlD^ TRANCING— The nest Dance in connection ' J- , with the Geisha Socials will be held on Wednesday next, in the Druids' Hall, North-st., Newton.—W. Bowmau Hon 54 (GYMNASTICS AND PHYSICAL LEYS INSTITUTE GYMNASIUM, POXSOXBY. Director. PROF. POTTER. Classes for the coming season are now being formed. All information in reference to the classes may be obtained from the Director, who will be in attendance at the gymnasium every evening next week except Monday, from 7.30 p. in. to 9 p.m. MS2B AGSXCVLTTrSLAL' SHOW. A UCELAXD AGRICULTURAL AXD ■p- VA.STOK.AL ASSOCIATION'S METROPOLITAN WINTEi Jt^XHIBITIOS 24th to 29th MAY, 1909. ENTRIES CLOSE APRIL, 30th. Prize Lists Free on application. „ „ . _ EDWIN HALL, Secretary. Hall oS Commerce. TOOTBAIiI*. A ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL—A young -<■-»- man. out from Home, wishes to join team; junior internationalist season 1905 Scotland v. Ireland.—Reply Ball, 578, Star Office. j^ AQUATICS. ti jn YEW ZEALAND r&*_m3 «A POWER BOAT ASSOCIATION. V CRUISING RACE TO \_^ S g^^«W e g MATE ATE A ~ r (Geneial Handicap). To l>e held on SATURDAY. April 24th. Race to start from end of Queen-st. Wharf at 2.3i> p m. Entries for the above close with The Secretary on WEDNESDAY, the 21st inst., at 7.30 p.m. Entrance lee 2/6. H. CADNESS. Jr., Hon. Secretary. Endean's Buildings. TENDEKS. TENNIS CLUB. TeDders are invited for the making of a Lawn and the Re-forming of an old one, at Mrs Shabespear's Residence. Takapuna immedintely. Applications to be made to the Secretary, on or before S4.TU2DAY, 24th Apiil. i. MACTIER, Hon. See. 6 A UCKLAND MENTAL HOSPITAL. TENDERS FOR THE FURNISHING OF FUNERALS. Tenders addressed to the Medical Super- , intendent will be received until noon of FRIDAY. April 23rd. 1909. for the Fnr- ■ nishing of Funerals to 31st March. 1010. ■ Forms of tenner and all information maybe obtained from the Storekeeper at the Hospital. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. R. M. BEATTIE, , • Medical Superintendent.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 6 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 92, 19 April 1909

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