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Amusements. ITIS ]t,.TAJESTY'S 'T< HEAT RB> Direction - - - - J. and N. Tajt TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. NEXT FRIDAY. NEXT FRIDAY. NEXT SATURDAY. NEXT SATURDAY. August 25. 26, and 27, AT 8 P.M. SHARP. CUFRNIAVSKY LEO CFFR.VI4VSTHT' LEO CHERNIAVSKY. JAN CHFRVIAVPKY, JAN CHFRVTAVPKY, JAN CHERNIAVSKY. MISO w FL CH'FRNIWPTT? MISCTTRL CHERNIAVSKY* MISCHEL CHERNIAVSKY! THREE GREAT SOLOISTS. THREE GREAT SOLOTSTS. THREE GREAT SOLOISTS. PROGRAMME FOR FRIDAY. "God Save the King." 1. Sonata for Pianoforte and Violin - . . (C. F-anck) Allegretto b»n Moderate. Rec:tat;voFantasia. and Allegro, Allegretto Poco Mo so. 2. Violincello Concerto in A Minor - _ . - -Saint-SseTis) 3. Pianofrrte Solos —<a) Orcan-Toccat-o and Fuge Baih-Tausig) <h) Gavotte - - - - . (Gluck-Bn>hrn<«) ~\ >', 7 »^ na Ui«rt) 4 Violin Soio. Faust Fantasie i\Y;eniaw«ky) 5. Trios for Pianoforte, \ ;o a. and Vie'once''o 'arranged by L- M. and J. Cherniavsky)— (ai Serenade ---....- fW-'dor) (b) At the Stream (Boisdeffre) Prices: 6s (Reserved). 43, 2s (plus tax). Bex Plan at Lewis Fvdy's 'opp. Hij Majesty's). Day Sale 3 at Co'eman's. CHAS E. CASITNG. Maraer-r. SUMMER IN THE MIDST OF WINTfIT. in the Town Hall, on August 31 :>nd September 1 and 2- *>~ Town Hall transformed into a Rose Garden. Dancing. rpHE PRINCES CLUB. The series of dances will commence en FRIDAY. September % at the f No 10. Princes Street. Those wJFh ; n(T to en-r,', as members may do so unon application to the office of the Grand Hotel, or to the above address, between the hou-s of 11 a m. and 2.30 p.m. Prior to comnletior: of °r"-.1-m»nt m»nt list a dance will h» m F^l l " 1 ' V 2Rth inst. Tickets can be obtained at Lewis Eady's (opp. His Majesty's). XT O U WANT TO JAZZ. In a Room that is Delightful. To Music Full of Melody. Rhythm, and Vim, Then go to RUSH MUNRO'S " CONSERVATOIRE DE DANSE " (Auckland's First Cabaret!. Opposite Newton Post Office. BIRTLEY'S Hawaiian Singing Jazz Bard. Supply the Music that Patrons Enthused over last week. Double Tickets. ss. 'Phone 2560 A. Teachers of Dancing. AMOS, 8, Belgium Street HiU.—We t ach from 12 till 2 p.m.. Ballroom or i Step Dancing. ' "VifAC'S DANCING ACADEMY have ' JjX taught thousands, can teach you. Les- ' sons any hour.—2, Newton Arcade, opposite ' Newton Post Office. 1 TyISS ANITA WEBSTER.—Jizzing and - IVL Ballroom Dancing Classes; eecend I term. Aug. 22. 'Phone 2777.-5. Sheiiy f Beach Road. . : i — [ Teachers of Music and Elocution. EENEE SATCHWELL. L.R.A.M. (Pianoforte), from the Royal Academy of I Music, London. —Pupils coached for a!! > Associated Board examinations, including - L.A.B.—Studio. Kenneth Eady's. Uprer Queen St. 1 _ j Motor and Coach Trips. ' "PATTERSON'S Devcnport-Takapuna-SiSver-JL daie-Waiwera Motor Service- Book:r!?s. " Patterson's Garage, Devonoort- ' 'Phones bO t and 169. MOTOR TIIANSPORT CO., » H, . LIMITED, Royal Mail Contractors. B.M. HUDSON MOTOR SERVICES To Whakatane, Opt'tiki, and Gisborne Daily. To Wairakei and Tauro —Morday. Wedr:e=- : day, Thursday, and Friday. Special Cars or Cca-ches to all Parts of the -Di strict. Telegrams: " Motoco." Rotorua. •PHONES 19 AND 353. ROTORUA. WHAKATANE. CPOTTKL. AND MATATA DAILY SERVICE. MUSGRAVE AND. CHAMBERLAIN. Proprietors. Booking Agents: f HTNEiMOA GARAGE, 'Phone 66. Rotorua. s Canning and Witchell. 'Phoae 35M Whakatane, J. MUgGRAVE 'Phone 151. QPQTIKi. ROYAL MAIL SERVICES Between ROTORUA AND PAENGAROA DAILY. Connecting with East Coast Railway for ' Tauranga, The Mount. Te Puke. Matata. etc Connecting with afternoon train from Rotorua. From Rotorua Te Whaiti and Murupara twice weekly. (The Heart of tha Urewera Country). *._.„_ * E. E. WILLIAMS, Royal Mail Contractor. Hinemoa St., Rotorua. "Phone 124. > uRestaurants and Tearooms. * GOOD - HEALTH. > FISE. FISH. FISH. ' A Fish Meal to-dav at Sanford's Dining ! Rooms, opp G.P.0.. Queen Street, will keep you in good fettle. •. Good, clean, wholesome foJd. ] > If it swims—wn cook it. L 'PHE TIFFIN, the Most Untvdate Restaui rant in Auckland. Always busy and brisht. A most varied men-t to tempt all ; every day. Dinner. 12 to' 1 2: Tec. s"to 7- We specialise in catering for private . dinners, bowling tournaments, weeding break- . fa=ta. smoke concerts, and garden narties. Sati'fact ; on gn"rant»ed. 'Phone 2171. THE TIFFIN CATERING CO.. LTD., ) Corner Qreen Viclcrir Streets- .' (Jrhn Haynes. Mr.naging Director.) THE GRAND GRILL - LUNCHEON ROOM.—Hot Lxinch. 12 to 2 (5 courses). Is 6d: also Hot Tea. 5 to 7.30 p.m.—Pitt St., j opposite Fire Station, Newton. > « Dentistry. IpEORGE W A R R E N, " CONSULTING DENTIST. . Specialist: Artificial Plates with Restoretion and Natural Arrangement of Teeth. J Other Branches of Dentistry Not Practised. - New Address: A.M.£. BUILDINGS. ," Corner Queen and Victoria Streets. i 'Phone 3732. Dress and Fashion. MADAME LEERS (Late London and Paris). High-class Dressmaker and Costumier. Wedding Outfits and Trousseaus. Ba. PieTce Buildings. Symonds St.. Auckland, "VIEW ZEALAND HERALD AND AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS. N.Z. Hebalu, is per week, delivered in town and suburbs. Prepaid, posted within New Zealand. 19s per quarter. £3 10s per tnnum. __ ~ „ 1 Auckland Weekly Kews: Prepaid, lie 6d 1 per quarter; £2 per annum. 1 N.Z- Hkb ald ': .Small prepaid advertisements under classified headings, 15 words Is per insertion, 2s 6d three consecutive inser- ' tions: 20 words. Is 9d per insertion. 4s 6d three conrecui-ive insertions; 25 words, 2s 6d per insertion, 7s three consecutive insertions. Bihth Notices, 2s 6d per insertion; doctors' or nurses' names. Is each narce extra. Marriage, Death. Bereavement and Is Memorial Notices, 2s 6d per insertion of 30 words. If in excess of 30 words, 9d per line of five words extra. Funeral Notices, Is extra. These announcements must be signed by the advertiser. Contract rates on application. ReplK'S to Advertisements will be received at the Office of the Herald. The Proprietors do net hold themselves responsible for non-insertion of Advertisements through accident or from other 1- causes, or for error in the publication of any Advertisement. TELEPHONES: Advert'sing and Commercial. 129, 178; Job • P-in:ing Order Office, 2890: Publishing, 14; Editorial. 229; Rep-oners. 3P93; Editor, Weekly News and Photographic. 229. [ - Address Communications to Wilson and I Hor»on. P.O. Bos 32. Auckland. Waikato Branch: Victoria Street inert - P. 0.1. Hamilton. - London Office: S5. Fleet Street

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 8, New Zealand Herald, Volume LVIII, Issue 17869, 25 August 1921

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 8 New Zealand Herald, Volume LVIII, Issue 17869, 25 August 1921