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AMUSEMENTS. ■ itM (~\ P E R a H O TT aY" v ■ V-» Lessees: John Fuller and Sons •■ ■'"S , : ]JIULLER'S " v Wgl W°lf' S picrgg L_ MARVELLOUS SUCCESS OP * jT HE WOXDEHIfUI. QI.WHOXEt j The Latest Novelty of Modem Times..Latest Perfected TALKING PlCTrmru Latest Perfected SINGING PICTTTRPa BEAUTIFUL NEW RECORDS NEW PROGRAMME TO-NIGHT " I.N MODERN EGYPT. '■ OX THE BRINK OF THE PRECIPTr'B COLLEGE CHUMS. r «&Ul«IC&, MA-IN-LAWS HARD LIFE * " MAKSEILLES. THE PAINTING V '<~V£ GOOD OFTEN COMES OF EVIL ' A TELEGRAPHIC WARNING ' HE WENT TO bEE -'THE DEVIL" Plvir MOTHER MITCHELL'S CAT ■*• CAKNIVAL AT NICE A VISIT TO VERSAILLES. MATINEE — SATURDAY, at 2.30 ChlW ren, 63. " la * Prices as Usual. Reserves at Wllflnm).^ KOYAL ALBERT 5777"C ALBERT-ST. -*U+ TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. THE ROYAL PICTURES THE ROYAL PICTURES' EVERY MAX. EVERY WOMAN. EVERY CHILD" Should see r*V ,■ LONDON. LONDON. LONDON. Showing Life, Phrases, and Event! - Iv tiie WORLD'S METROPOLIS, At the ROYAL PICTURE PALACE ALBERT-ST. 1/ — OUR PRICES — 6d DON'T Forget the BeneffTconcert Hall, Thursday, April 22nd Jscg""^ TENDEHB. .. T~O C Q X T R A~"ctoTFI BRICK PREMISES IN ALBERT-ST Tenders for Erection of the above will h. received at my Office up to 3n m „ THURSDAY, 6th May. P-ffl. 0» W. A. HOL-MAS, ■- 305, Victoria. Arcade. Architect RESIDENCE IN WOOD AT RE3ITJEK4. Tenders for the above will be received at my Office, Koyal Insurance Buildings, Queen-st, at Noon oi SATURDAY Anril 24th. v A. B. HERROLD, Architect.. '-, r£ O B TJ I L D E E a.' PUBLIC HALL AT OPOTIKI. Noon, WEDNESDAY, 28th Apr!?, lflo? Plans at J. F. Geary's, Opotiki Store, or at my office. The lowest or any tender not neces«aril» accepted. • **" G. SELWrX GOLDSERO", Architect, 320, Victoria Arcaae, -4,u<:kiand. [G»»<]oi.a on. | D ii|(o 4 {on EBECIIOXOH 1 ! Tenders close at my Office, MOKD-ix. 26th last., at o , p.m. G. B. JACOBSEX, ■ ! Architect. Paimerston Buildings; '■ "DOBOUGH OF GREY LTX'S, FOKiTATIOX OF OWEX-STBEET, COXTKACT Xo. 1. i/O9_ ■ZSCXt. las "St."Ll^S P jj^ - Monday, 10th May, proximo. R. H. IEWIX, Co Mcimra w Town Clerk. : April 16th, 1909. 0 B U I L D E B. §r I tlie 24th April, for the EBECHOX in BRICK of a BUTTER FACTORY nfEnrela . lor the Eureka -Co-operative Dairy Com- . pan.v. -Plans and specifications at -the Offlcs ■of the Builders' Association, Victoria Arcade, and at the Architect's Office, Hamli ton. ■I JOHN" W. WARREN, F.N.Z.I.A, ' ' ' Architect, Hamilton.) .;. AUCKLAND HARBOUR BOABD. TENDERS FOR TEN BALL AND ' SOCKET JOINTS. i Secretary's Ofßce, 1 April 14th, 1909." . Teeders will be received at this Office ■ until TUESDAY, the 27th day ot April, ' at noon, for Ten Ball and Socket Joints, in terms of plans and specification 'to be seen at the Engineer's Office. '■':/■. The lowest or any tender cot neceEsaiilJ accepted. Tenders to be endorsed "Tender for Ten • Ball and -Socket Joints." j By order of the Board. I J. 11. BBIGHAM, ' Secretary.^.. I A UCKLASD HARBOUIi BOABD. XJj TENDERS FOR STEEL CASTINGS FOB' RjSSLWAY CROSSINGS. : : Secretary's Office, Adul loth, 1909." ' TENDERS will be received at this Office. ' untii TUESDAY, the 'lith day of April, 1909, at Noon, for STEEL CASTINGS KOB RAILWAY CROSSINGS, In' terms o£ plan and specification to be seen at the Eigl , neer's Office. '.= ;■: The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Tenders to be endorsed "Tender for Ste6l ' Castings for Railway Crossings." ' ■■': By order of the Board. J. M. BBIGHAM, % ', Secretary. - T N li A X X U V P TC X, ESTATE OF W. W. BENJAMIN", Off AUCKLAND RECEIVING AND F oßr WARDING AGKNT. . TENDERS will be received at my OttW ' Customs-st. West, Auckland, up till a"?) 1 of THURSDAY, the 22nd day of Apr* 1909, for,— (1) All my right, title, and interest...to. the .'ease of Lot 10, Subdivision oi Allotment 14. and others, Sfrtion 22, situate iv Federal-st.. CitT °» b Auckland, on which there is a-- c %;. shed and eight-stalled stable, wlia 3 loft. b ,-' .'J (2) Three horses aad cart on Mr. W ee property, Portland-rd, Remnerv . Separate tenders are called for items l an l Deposit In Cash or a Bwt Og equal to 20 per cent of the amount tenaereu must accompany each tender. _. Terms and Conditions of Tender anA l.?W; a of Lease may be seen at my office, t I The highest or any tender not necesw ■ I accepted. ° HUGH GERARD, . Acting Official AssigneeAuckland, 16th April, 1909. _^- \ B. H EBEOLD ' ARCHITECT AXD BTHLDIS<I i ~ SURVEYOR, I ROYAL INSURANCE j QUEEN-ST. -Phone 2510. 1 1 — ; .

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 7 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 92, 19 April 1909

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