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LUCID ! Dear old Mrs Mopples (who takes suoh an intoreßt in tho workmen) : ' Well, Smithers, what aro you going to do this morning ? " Binithers : " Well, Mm, I've jußt unscrewed this 'ere union to thread it, and I shall solder it up with another washer, conn^ot it with the down spout on return from the main, lowor the ball tap three inches, and straighten tho lever, co as to provent the tank from overflowing, and then " Mrs Mopples : " Ah, yes. That's quite right, Smithers ! " [Exit, Satisfied.] Thames stbbbt Indubtbms, by Peroy Buasell. This Illustrated Pamphlet on Perfumery, ko., published at 6d, may be had Jratis from any Chemist in the World, or ohn Gosnbli. k Co., London. — [Advt.] Public Notioes. TO THB OPERATIC AND THEATBIOAL PBOFEBBION. NBW OPEBA HOUSE, Wellesloy Street, Auckland. Sole Propriotor— H. N. ABBOTT. THIS niagnifbent Building is now completed. It is thu modbl Opera House of Australasia, and the largest and most commodious in New Zealand. Erected on latest models it will be found replete with every modern comfori, and luxury (before and behind the curtain) appertaining to the best appointed Theatres in the Old and New Worlds. Tho ventilation is perfect. All parts of tho House are easy of access and egress from broad, light, and airy corridors. Every precaution has boen taken to save life and property in case of Fire, and the Auckland City Council have recently inspected and highly commended the measures adopted to [ that end. Magnificently and brilliantly lighted, it» luxurious Private Boxes, Dress ' Circle, and Orchestra Stalls, togother with its unsurpassed Pit and Stall accommodation, are features hitherto unknown in Colonial Theatres. The Opora House was opened by ) the Williamson Pationce Company for one month, commencing from 23rd May last, followed by Zulu Thompson's Coloasal Mirror 3 for six weeks. Beforences may be had from j both the above managements. Theatrical Managers and Agonts, " Stars " and " Combinations," are invited to apply to the Proprietor for terms and further information. 4816 TO BELIGIOUS BODIES AND OTHEBS. TO LET FOB A TEBM. THE German Church, with all Fittings, Harmonium, kc, situated the oorner of 3 Worcester street and Montreal street. Fot further particulars apply to J. G. EODDESEIiAU, Esq., i Or to > J. T. BELL, 7165 Cathedral square. uueinoss Notioes, 3 — — — 3 NOTICE OF BEMOVAL. I Ws> OILLEaPIE k Co, j Have BEMOVED to LOWEB HI®H c STBEET, B 0 Opposite Mr Jenkins* Saw-milli. 175<

Xhomas .Dates' tfubnitube and bedding faotobv AKD BETAIL WABBHOUSB, High street, Ohristchuroh Promises formerly oooupied by A. J. White) T7IUBNITUBB, Upholstery, Cabinet Work X? Bedding, Blankets, Ac, at very loa prices. Funerals Furnished and conducted 01 reasonable terms. 4671 i'HOTOGJBAPHIO BOKNKRY OF NBVI ZEALAND. Ele) WhKELBB A feoß Cathedral square, havo a vory largo assort ment of viowa through the who! of Now Zoaland, for sale in variou ways to suit purohasors, viz., small or larg albums to hold ton, twenty, thirty or mor prints; or unmountod for transmission b; post. A sot of Viows of Intorior of LNTKE NATIONAL EXHIBITION, prioe ta 6d or set of Bix, 10a 6d. April 28, 1882. 112

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Star, Issue 4481, 4 September 1882

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