Amusements. ' TTIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. "Direction: J. :C. WILLIAMSON, LTD. ■ Business Manager: C. B. Westmacott. MURIEL STARR FAREWELL SEASON MURIEL STARR FAREWELL SEASON. ] Commences' .—■TO-NIGHT at 8 o'clock. — : TO-NIGHT at 8 o'clock. ■'— TO-NIGHT at 8 o'clock. ••■'■# — TO-NIGHT at 8 o'clock. — : J. C. WILLIAMSON, LTD., &f; Have much pleasure in presenting the Brilliant Young Emotional Actress, MURIEL STARR .—. MURIEL STARR -— MURIEL STARR . MURIEL STARR With CHARLES A. MILLIARD, In George Broadhurst's enormously success. ful Comedy-Drama in Four Acts BOUGHT AND PAID FOR BOUGHT AND PAID FOR' BOUGHT AND PAID FOR! To be staged for Five Nights Only. CAST OF CHARACTERS: ' (In the order in which they make their fir»t appearance): "'"" ; Oku LEONARD STEPHENS (Stafford 3 Japanese Valet.) Virginia Blaine - - - - MURIEL STARR Fanny Blaine ■ - - - DOROTHY DAVIS \ VAs fAa-jed by \\« \n N«-n \otV \ • James Gilley - - HOBART CAVANATJGH / (As played by him in New Fork I \Robert StaSoro. - CHARLES A. V.ILLWABD !(As played by him .'/. New York) (Waiter FRANK HARCOCRT \Josephine •_ -_ - GYRY?vVOT. BOSWELL / (Siiginia,'s Frerch Maid) ( Play produced by Th-os. E. Foster. NEXT SATURDAY SIGHT. (Four Nights Only'. , An Exciting and Compelling Drama o! th» Secret Sen-ice. UNDER COVER' • UNDER COVER' ' — UNDER COVER' — A Drama of Love, Mystery, and Thrills. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 17. For the Last Three Nights of the Reason, , The Delightful American Comedy, NOBODY'S 'WIDOW ■ NOBODY'S WIDOW NOBODY'S WIDOW — The BOS PLANS for the 12 Nights' S*ason are now open at WILDMAN AND AREY'S. Day Sales at COLEMAN'S. PRICES: Dress Circle and Res. Stalls, 6sStalls, 3b; Gallery, Is. Early Doors to Stalls and Gallery, Is extra. r~ —— THE T YRIC. HE JUYRIC. Direction ... Hayward's Pictures. Ltd. THIS EVENING, AT 8. A Programme You Will Enjoy! "THE GOVERNOR'S T ADY." OVEENOR'S JJADY." A Lasky Production, in Five Delightful Reels. EDITH MATHIESON IN THE LEADING ROLE. CARTOONS ON A YACHT - - Comedy. LATEST GRAPHIC - Topical. CHAMONIC IN SUMMER - - - Scenic. WAR IN the; AIR. The Royal Air Sen-ice. ALSO AT THE WEST END THEATRE. I I Motor Trips. TTOW TO SEE AUCKLAND. • TO-DAY'S TRIPS FROM G.P.0.-Moining. 10 a.m.*—Two Hours, Western Suburbs and Point Erin Park, etc., 3?. Afternoon, 2.30 p.m.—Three Hours, Cornwall Park, Mangere, etc-, ss. Afternoon Tea Free. CHASE TOURIST SIGHT-SEEING. "Phone 1653. CO.. LTD. TAUEANGA - MATAMATA MOTOR 1 SERVICE. Car 3 leave Tauranga Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 7.30 a.m., connecting with Rotorua Express arriving at Hamilton 12.45 p.m. and Auckland 4 p.m. Return Trip same days, after arrival of Eotorua Express from Auckland, reaching Tauranga same evening. Fares: Single, £1; Return, £1 15s. Bookings: H. M. GRIFFITHS. Tauranea. GRIFFITHS. Garage and Stables, Matamata. HAVING taken over Stables, lately occupied by Mr. W. J. Stanley, we beg for continuance of patronage. Motors. Vehicles, Horses, for Immediate Hire.—Telegrams, Griffiths, Matamata and Tauranga. I =t Miscellaneous. . MILLINERY at Reduced Price, on show IVJL at Miss Mills's, Khyber Pass, '.ear Symonds St. Inspection invited. CONSTANCE DARE.. Reg. Clairvoyant, \J Masseuse, Electric Treatments for Rheumatism, Nerve Troubles, and Scalp. 12 to 7* p.m.— Karangahape Ed. (opp. P. 0.). " "DEWS ROE T EMON QQUASH. 1■• _ , T TODD; Tailor, Darby St., Auckland, •J. and Otahuhu, near Stone's Boot Shop, for good-fitting Suits, and prices reasonable. "■TSTHX • work, Mother." "Well, the tV linoleum won't polish itself, mi ron." Use " LINOARNISH " Linoleum Polish. It works by itself. Polishes as you put it on and stays polished. All grocors, Is 6d. ARE Your Employees Insured? Telephone 57. National Insurance Co., 101, Quwn Street. Instant attention. Cheap rates. EDISON'S Latest, now to hand, at Walker's Phoneries.— Diamond Disc Machine. Come, and hear it, A revelation in record music. NEW PIANOS FOR OLD ONES.1\ Full allowance for your old Piano.—No Deposit Piano Co., 28, High St. KEEP COOL—Try Soda Water and Real . . Fruit Syrups, Syphons, Is 3d and 7s 9d. REW'S Stores, Queen Street. A, SPORTSMAN ' asked his friends to lunch, their appetites to tickle; but afterwards there was nothing left of the delicious V MILITARY PICKLE." THEY QUENCH YOUR THIRST-Lime Juice, Is 2d bottle; Cordials, lOd bottle; Real Fruit Syrups, Is 6d bottle. REW'S Stores. Queen Street. , _i A COAT of paini covers a multitude of sins, but a coat of "LINOARNISH" saves many'a heartache. " .LINOARNISH* is the Linoleum Polish that lasts twelve months. It won't wash off, and you can't slip on it. All grocers. Is 6d. , - WE advertise "LINOARNISH" lasts 19 it months. In lots of homes it has lasted five years. One coat gives & polish you can't rub oft or wash off. It is liquid glass. Applied with a brush. All grocers. Is 6d. A HUNDRED years ago Housewives polished their floors with a bath brick. ' Then came beeswax, applied with a rag, and last came that modern invention and 1 greatest of linoleum polishes. " LINOAR- ; NISH." All grocers. Is 6d GYPREN Hannah Fure Olive Oil.-New shipment just arrived. The virtues of ' Olive Oil have been known for hundreds of ' years. The ancient Egyptians, G-eeks, and ' Romans used it in place of animal fats. , Sold in bottles, Is, 2s 6<l, Is. or by the gallon. Recommended and used by all tin ' leading members of the medical profession.-* 56, Victoria St. 'Phone 1230. PIANOS. -NO DEPOSIT. New Iron-iramed Pianos. Call and I hear them.—2B, High St. . RUN No Risks! Insure with the National XX _ Insurance Co., 101. Queer Street. Fire, Accident, Sickness, Bedrock terms. , TENNIS Players.— your Racquets ReX strung or Repaired; best gut used; [ charges moderate.— Bruce, Racquet Strin- , cer, 94. Albert St., near Victoria St. 'Phone t 2617._ J QWIMMING. - Swimming Suits galore, ' O small youths' youths', small men's, • men's, etc.. from Is 9<l to 2s fid; 2-piece.— • Meßrde, Cash Tailor, Costumier, and Out- ] fttcr. 11-13. Victoria St. ;1 — ■ ] MEW I7EALAND TJERALD, 1 Subscriptions 6d per week, delivered in town and suburbs, or 10s per quarter ia advance, posted to any part oi the Dominion. advertisements under the following ciassei . —Wanted. To Let, For Sale Lost a.vd " Found, Personal. Board and Residence— are inserted at. the rate of IS words for Is. or three consecutive insertions tor 23 &l foj cash paid in advance. Births, Marriages, .i.nd Deaths, 3 6i , each insertion; Fuserai, Notices, is for cash paid in,advance. These announce ments must te signsd by the advertiser. Replies to advertisements will be received at the office of the HERAIP. free of charge. Instructions as to the insertion or withdrawal of advertisements in the IIEEAID . must be in writing. The Proprietors do not hold themselves 3 responsible for non-insertion of advertisements through accident or from other causey or for error in the publication of any adver- . tisement. Telephones:— and Commercial . Department, 178; Job Printing Order Office. • 2690: Publishing, 14; Editorial. 229.
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