.. . AMTDSEMEWTS. '"' WEST'S — PICTUKEC — WSfJJS ROY AI. ALBERT HALL. Direction T. 3. West and Henry Hayward. THE WINDOW- OF THE WORLD. £JORONATION ; -J-yERBY, 19U,: - 18th. CENTURY IDYLL, .Superbly. Coloured by Pathe*. SEMIXOHA'S SACRIFICE, " . WEDDING TRIP. MONTREAL TO HONGKONG. " . BETWEEN. TWO FIBES. WATER LILIES. PATHE'S LATEST GAZETTE. ROME EXHIBITION. A Box of Chocolates—Foolshead as a Telegraph Boy—Bill Loses lis MotherJn-Law. ROYAL ALBERT LADIES' ORCHESTRA. Prices: 1/6, 1/, and 6d. No Extra Charge for Booking.■ 'Phone 1506. ... A". (3-BEATi ATIBACTIOX. TTIS .MAJESTY'S. THEATRE. Lessee, C E. Bailey. "rnHE TJIRATES OF TJENZANCE," "X HB XIBATES OF -tTENZANCE," BY THE AUCKLAND AMATEtFR OPERATIC SOCIETY, . Commencing TyrONDAY, TXjLY -yr 1911,- . By arrangement with J. C. Williamson, Ltd. MUSIC-T-DELiGHTFUIi MUSICS-DELIGHTFUL DRESSES—GORGEOUS. DRESSES—'GORGEOUS. SCENERY—BEAUTIFUL. SCENERY—BEAUTIFUL. ■ LIMELIGHT LIMELIGHT EFFECTS—STARTLING. CHORUS 70 TRAINED VOICES. Book Early. Plan rapidly filling. Box Plan Wildman and Arey's. Day Sales, MartelU's. . '- 'Free List entirely suspended. DAVID C. INGRAM, Hon. Secretary. . lAddjess: 28; City Chambers..- 513 fTUVOLI THEATRE, NEWTON. Direction of Frank Stewart. STEWAUT'S "PICTURES. TEWA&rS -t ICTURES. and FULL /-\RCHESTRA. . ' ULL VrCHESTRA. . TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. Grand New Selection of the Latest Art Subjects, including the Great New Zealand Bnsh Drama, entitled "THE SQUATTUK !AXD THE CLOWN." "THE SQUATTE'K AND THE CLOWN." "THE SQUATTER AND THE CLOWN." "THiE SQUATTER AND THE CLOWN." ""TH'E SQUATTER AND. THE .CLOW.N." . A Typical Story of the Bush Life in the Batk Blocks. *> RAVE **ESTEKN Full of Sensational Incidents. A VISIT TO MALAYSIA, A Beautiful Travel Subject. A Day in the Life of a Schoolboy—How the Rug was Laid—The Latest 'Motor Fiend— The .Woodsmen—Her New. Place, etc., Fiicee:—l/6,' 1/, 6d. __ ..:... 123 AUCKLAND SOCIETY OF MUSICIANS (Registered); .. President: W. E. Thomas, Mus. Doc. "GENERAL MEETING,' DR. THOMAS' STUDIO, ENDEAN'S • •; BUILDING, MONDAY, JULY IT, at S p.m Musical Programme. Refreshments. ISA NEAVE, 533 ■■ Hon. Sec. QOMPLIMBNT.ARX CONCERT, , Tendered by the BIRKENHEAD AND NORTHCOTE MUSICAL SOCIETY To their Conductor, < W. T. SHARP, Esq., ■ • i On . . , . V i MONDAY NEXT, JULY 1", _. : ' Atlhe j< NEW FORESTERS' HALJi, T ' BIUKENHEAD. Splendid Programme by Leading Vocalists, ■ including: Madame Chambers, Madame Domenlc* Maitinengo, Dr. Uugh Keith, and Mr Farrow. Clarionet Solo by" Mr Messenger. Round and Choruses "by the Society. Conclndins with a Series of HAYWARD'S LIVING.PICTURES, Of a Most Interesting Character. Commence at S p.m. Admission: 1/ and 1/6. 1 ..■■■■ ■ gO CI E L E C T D A N C E. THE SOCIAL CLUB. TO-NIGHT AND EVERY SATURDAY . . NIGHT, IN DRUIDS'HALL. NORTH ST., NEWTON. Adean's Orchestra. First-class Floor. Gent.'s Sub., 1/6. Ladies by invitation. 145 -"- J. FOWLER, Hon.- Sec. TRANCING.— MRS. REYNOLDS will com■V- , mence her Second Quarter Classes on MONDAY, July 17th, and THURSDAY, July 20th, in the FEDERAL CLUB ROOMS. Juvenile CIass—SATURDAY MORNINGS, Ponsonby; Personal application desired-— 24, WALLACE-ST., HERNE BAY. . 51 DANCE to be held Thursday, 27th of Jnly, Central Hall, Cook-st. West. Good floor; good music. Gents, 1/; Ladles, 6d. All invited.—GEO. WHITE, Manager. ' 1 g. A 1/ ,B OF WORK. SALE OF INDIAN HANDMADE LACES. Sale of Beautiful Indian Handmade Laces, Embroidered Pillow Slips, Chyon Work and Crochet, Chinese Handmade.Silk Lace, Silk Drawn-thread Table .Covers, etc. SHOP, : NO; 286, PONSONBY-RD., -■• :- •■ jfejrt- Histed's. - ■ ST. BE >f E ICT ' S HALL, EUCHRE AND' DANCE,- - ■■ Tendered by Children of Mary, in aid of Ciurch Funds. WEDNESDAY, JULY 19th. Commence at S p.m. Admission: Gents, 2/; Ladies, 1/6. M. REARDON, Hon. Sec. 519 C. WILLIAMS. Hon. Treasnrer. HAZARD'S MINIATURE RIFLE RANGE.'—We are awarding the followiug prizes in our usual weekly Competitions—los and ■5s first and second cash prizes in both the SIX SHOT BULL'S-EYE and. RUNNING. TAR GETS' Competition, and a SET OF: BOXING GLOVES for the Aggregate BULL'S-EYE Competition. Last week Mr. W. Smith was the successful, competitor in the AGGREGATE BULL'S-EYE Match' with a score of 55 Bull's-eyes, MR. S. ELLIOTT and MX. J. BUCKLEY were the first and second prize winners in the SIX-SHOT BULL'S-EYE Competitiou, whilst Messrs M. GOLLAN and V. JOHNSON were tbe successful Competitors in the RUNNING TARGETS' Match. pSIOR'S STILL LEADING. BEST 1/ LUNCH IN THE CUT. . . . HIS MAJESIX'S ARCADfit
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Page 12 Advertisements Column 6, Auckland Star, Volume XLII, Issue 167, 15 July 1911
Page 12 Advertisements Column 6 Auckland Star, Volume XLII, Issue 167, 15 July 1911
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