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AMUSEMENTS. FULLERS' |~|PERA tTOUSE. ULLERS* VPEKA -HOUSE. Direction: John Fuller and Sons, Ltd. The Opera House Patrons have never had a better aUround show for many a long day. FULLERS' -\7AUDEVILLE & TJEVUE. ULLERS' V AUDEVILLE & -"_*VUE. MATINEE. TO-MORROW — AT -2.30 — TO-MORROW. TO-MORROW — AT 2.30 — TO-MOKROW. BARGAIN PRICES: 6d, 1/, and 1/6. TO-NIGHT — AT S — TO-NIGHT. The Finest Animal Act ever presented in Auckland. APDALE'S fXIRCUS. PDALE'S VIECIIS. APDALE'S CIRCUS, APDALE'S CIRCUS. APDALE'S CIRCUS, APDALE'S CIRCUS. An Amazing Combination of Performing Animals. Including Bears, Monkeys, Dogs, and The Great MONKEY pOMEDIAX, onkey Comedian, M UTT - _V_UTT. SIGNOR PALMETTO. IGNOK A ALMETTO. BLACK AND VT7HITE. LACK AND W HITE. RAYNA piARBETTE. AYNA LORNA - T ANCE AND fO. ORNA - -1-ANCE AND V-A). Second Last Week of GEO. "TyARD'S WARD'S EO. VV ARlrs IJTeO. VVakd-s TOPULAR SNAPPY SNAPSHOT TJEVUE f^O. Snapshot ajo. In the Biggest Lanch of the Season, — " /COHAN'S T7-ACATION." — I — " V ACATION." — Prices: 3/, 2/, 1/. Bos Plan at Lewis R. Eady and Sons. Ltd. DOMINION RD. TERMINUS. a~> APITOL. TO-NIGHT, 7.45, TO-NIGHT. CAPITOL. -— CAPITOL. An Excellent Programme. CAPITOL. A Universal Jewel Attraction, CAPITOL. CAPITOL. " OPORTING T IFE," CAPITOL. " IMPORTING -L-TFE," CAPITOL. CAPITOL. The famous Drury Lane MeloCAPITOL. drama. A delightful, fastCAPITOL. moving story. Racing AutoCAPITOL. mobiles, Galloping Horses, CAPITOL. Prize Fights, Beautiful Women. CAPITOL. Gorgeous Gowns,' Dazzling CAPITOL. Cabarets, Thrilling Romance, CAPITOL. and a (Sensational Climax, CAPITOL. Bert Lytell .and Marion Nixon CAPITOL. playing the leading roles. CAPITOL. The Second Picture, CAPITOL. CAPITOL. " rpilE TT-ARLY TJIRD," CAPITOL. " J-HE -C-ARLY J-»IRD," {•APITOL. CAPITOL. Starring Johnny Hines. CAPITOL. Starring Johnny Hines. CAPITOL. A Sparkling, Breezy Comedy, CAPITOL, full of Big Laughs, Clever CAPITOL. Stunts and Merriment. CAPITOL. INTERNATIONAL NEWS. CAPITOL. THE RENOWNED CAPITOL CAPITOL. ORCHESTRA. CAPITOL. Reserves: Phone 20-574. YOU know what Hawke's Bay did to Wellington last Saturday, but you don't kuow " WHAT HAPPENED TO JONES." You'll find out NEXT THURSDAY, at the PRINCESS, TIVOLI and EVERYBODY'S. _>ANC3tNG. BURLINGTON TTkANCING r>LUB. LRLINGTON i-**ANCING SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. TO-MORROW, WEDNESDAY. Jazz. 1 LONG NIGHT. T Jazz. ' Dancing Bto 12 p.m. 1 Jazz. AT THE FORESTERS' HALL, Jazz. Edinburgh Street, Newton. Jazz. JAZZING AND WALTZING Jazz. COMPETITIONS. Jazz. To be completed same evening. Jazz. Valuable prizes, including pearl Jazz. necklace, valued one guinea. Jazz. Jazz Hats and Other Novelties. Jazz. Chocolates and Cigarettes for Novelty Jazz. Dances. Good Floor and the Best Jazz. Little Band in Auckland. Jazz. CALIFORNIAN THREE. Jazz. Subs., Ladies 1/6, Gents 2/6. Jazz. Don't Forget TO-MORROW (WED.). Jazz. B. SPECK, M.C. A GRAND PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS aa BALL at "FERNDALE PAVILION," Valley Road, Henderson, WEDNESDAY NEXT, August IS, One of the finest Dance Halls in Fhe Auckland Province. Interspersed with Music and Vocal Items of a high order. Progressive Buses run direct to "Femdale Pavilion" from Civic Square at 6.25 p.m. and every hour thereafter, from Ferry Buildings. Special arrangements have been made for late buses to leave the Pavilion at 12.30 p.m., for Auckland These dances will be held every Wednesday and Saturday throughout the season Admissoin to the Pavilion and Dance Hall: Double Ticket 4/, Gent's Single 2/6. Ladies' Single 2/. Supper included. 40 E. R. MARTIN, Manager. AT Z NATIVES' ASSOJ*> • CIATION. DRUIDS' HALL, llt**l North Street, Newton. i'O-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. Dancing S p.m. to 11 p.m. JAZZ.. JAZZ. JAZZ. First-class Orchestra. Music which makes you dance. Ladies 1/. Gents 1/6. mO-NIGHT—TRADES HALL—TO-NIGHT -**- JAZZ AND OLD-TIME. Music by .MR. GEO. TALTRIDGE'S ORCHESTRA. This is a Night to Enjoy Yourselves. Good Floor, Management, and Prices are Right: Ladies, 1/. Gents. 1/6. GEO. LEE. mO-SIGHT TO-NIGHT. MUNICIPAL HALL, NEWMARKET (Opp. Rialto Theatre). JAZZ FOXTROT JAZZ. WALTER SMITH AND HIS POPULAR "ALOHA" JAZZ BAND. Ladies, 1,6. Gents, 2/. .1. McGUIRE. M.C. pIHEERIO DANCE ASSEMBLY. A-' POINT CHEVALIER HALL, TO-MORROW, WEDNESDAY, and Every Following Wednesday. All Old-Time Dances. Paltridge's Orchestra. Spot Prizes. Chocolates. Cigarettes. Streamers, Confetti. Dancing. S-11. Ladies. 1/. Gents, 1/6. DON'T FORGET WEDNESDAY. Fred Meyers, M.C. F. Bunt, Instructor. L. VAUGHAN, Secretary. F-orti et fideli nihil difficile. AUCKLAND WELCOME CLUB. WEEKLY DANCE TO-NIGHT. O'Neill Street Hall. Old-time and Jazz. Venetian Orchestra. Follow the crowd. Members 1/, all others 1/6. Light supper provided. E. MASSEY. Hon. See. TEACHER!. OF PANCIMG. T)ALLROOM Dancing, correct style. AS Qualified Private Tuition. — Modern Dancing Studio. 36, Paimerston Bldgs., opp GP.O. D 4 T>ETTINA EDWARDS' School of Dancing, aa Pacific Buildings, Queen St.—Ballroom Class Every Tuesday Evening. 7.30. D Tj-UtAXK WOODRUFFS, Expert Instructor a of Waltz. Jazz, Old-time Dancing, Special Jazz Course, 15/. Private Tuition. ITS. Upper Symonds St. B MlrfS LAURIE KINGSLAND, Latest Dancing (Private or Class Lessons). Sti-tli.i: S. Belgium F=t. 'Phone 41-755. B "ilflSS SPENCER'S CLASSES. -Symonds- ■"■*■ ville Studio (next c?t. Paul's). Mondays. Tuesdays, Saturdays, 8 p.m. Wednesdays, Thursdays. 20. Vincent St. Private lessons any time by appointment.—Particulars by • 'phone or 25, Vincent St. B OPTICIANS "jVrcWILLIAM, Sight Testing and SpecaaS tacles Open Friday nights, 7 till 9. — Pacific Bldg. (third floor). B TVTILLER'S Famous Spectacles, suit *•'-»- almost any sight, all pockets. From 2'ft. —MillPr's. Victoria St. W. B FOOTWEAR. Q/I "J —MEN'S Working Bluchers.—At °l AX. Miller's, Ltd., 70-74, Victoria St. W. — B

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Page 20 Advertisements Column 7, Auckland Star, Volume LVII, Issue 194, 17 August 1926

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Page 20 Advertisements Column 7 Auckland Star, Volume LVII, Issue 194, 17 August 1926