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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 15627, 19 October 1914
AMUSEMENT*. THE INO'S IHEAT RE FULLERS' CONTINUOUS PICTURES. 6.3O—EVERY EVENING.-6.30. We have pleasure in presenting tor ths First Time in Duuetliu THE SPLENDID NOTtDISK DRAMA, AS YOU SOW. 'The Life Story of a Usurer. A Powerful Pltoto-Drama, Magnificently Stag*d. Full of Exciting and Dramatic Situations. A Very Human .Story. Magnificent Supporting Subjects • WIRE CHIEFS REWARD Drama, RUBE THE INTERLOPER ....._«... Comic. SUGAR INT>USTRA r Interest, THE BULLY'S DOOM - Comedy. "SOSEMITE VALLIiTiT Scenic. TOPICAL BUDGET, Containing the Very Latest Home News, Showing seme of the Recent Stirring Events ADULTS, 6d. CHILDREN, 3d IS MAJEST.Y/S THEATRE. Commencing TO-MORROW (TUESDAY), OCTOBER 20. For Seven Performances Only, including ONE MATINEE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24. E. J. CARROLL Presents tho World's Greatest Attraction! LEROY, TALMA, AND BOSOO, LEROY, TALMA, AND BOSCO, LEROY, TALMA, AND BOSOO, I.EROY, TALMA, AND BOSCO, Tli* Most Famous Magicians of the Ago, iu a series of Bewildering Illusions, conceived in flu? master brain of SERVAIS LEROY, A Wizard Most Profound in the Art of Necromancy. MDLLE TALMA, The Only Lady Coin Manipulator' in the World. B O S C O, Wiih his Delightful Fooling and Humorous Exposures. This Incomparable Trio of Illusionists will be assisted by Twenty-two English. American, and Continental Artists, including WARNER AND WHITE, America's Representative Eccentric Dancers. SANTO SANTUOCI, 'J'lie Wi'/.ftcd of the Accordion. j ug'gung extraordinary By •'The Unknown." PRICE..*: 3a, 2s, and Is. Box Plan Now Open at the Dresden. Booking Fee, Is. OUEEN'S DHIVi: BOATING CLUB BAZAAR AND ART UNION, which w:.< in lme been OPENED on OCTOBER 21. has been POSTPONED INDEFINITELY owiiiir to the European Wax. .1. M-GREGOR. A. HAY, Joint Sees., Box 518, Duntdin. TO LET. OEFICEiv and Sample Rooms, small and large; very central: very low rentals. Jlooner, 52 Crawford street. finO LET, 8-roomed House; a]] eonvem- ". enccs; No. 80 Q.ueen'a Drive, Mtissel-j-li. Archibald Miller, George- street. (O LET, 4-rooincd House, J-Adi row; rent .£. 10s weekly. Apply D. Trainer, Arcade. np.o LET. Furnished and Unfurnished A Room.-;. Apply 18 Cargill street. --ROOMED House To J.et: eve «} .•nee; hj. and o. Apply 534 Castle <■! l'C'cl. "itTTANTED 'To Let. UJ-roomcd House; V" :r;i=, hot and cold water; nice garden. J. SpraM'ti". "car Gardens. rijTi>~LF.T, 5-roniued House, 408 Cumberland .fe >traci. Apply Aburu and Sous, 419 Cumberland <dreel.__ —To Let, Furnished t ''' 5 roomed New Cotta-je, on beach, v. iih (■.;■:■ i Wm. M'Lac-hlsuj, Noma* by, "S.iIVM <aid Six-nxuned _.- , i Imndi and South Dtmedin; tiv£-r; iii'ileni convenience- l'»iti-!I. Ex(/•;tii!/<> Coun. ri ; -ii) "f.i'-T - Ofli'-e and' Small Warehouse; 30 i x 40: centra!: ground floor; low renin!. He:; 32. |rU'i;XISHKI) House, MontiugtiOii ; 6 I iuon^: ciirde.n; reasonable rate. Apply .V Falla/UjvS. _Cys_Offioe. tjdTuoMKl) Coital <fe wei>kiy; a.-, O yard: drained;, Carffill's Corner. Apply 78 linv View road, evenings. TtV) LET. Roi'ivn. comfortable Furnished I hiik'il rent good tenant. "Suburb,'' 'Star 1 U!)l<r. ' _ f <AST Lb' STREET (near Hanover s «L' 4-roomcd House, with eonvc-t in I'rucri'ons" Aj-encv, i 42 Rattray si BOARD AND RESIDENCE. a A ORSON'S Private Hotel, Dowling atrcet, ?l Dinner 12 till 2; Tea, sto 7; Bociali and Parties catered tor; committee room. Fjsvi-cla-sg Accommodation Visitors. GLADSTONE House, Moray place (nsw VX management). Brsi, _ accommodation visitors; persona! supervision. Mos* and 31 Tberson; 'phonejß.JSO ; 'VITAXTKb. votir.t; Man Boarder, in priv» . ytiKt fjiuiilv: tiverv eouveuieflce ; GOVERNMENT NOTICES A PPLICATIONS ar« i«rt(«d from l'rov Owiiera for the SALE •or LEASE ..JJLH PREMISES for the PUBLIC TRUST' OFFICE in Duundiu. Particular* of I.ho accommodation, etc., reMuired will be furnished by the Loud Deputy Public Trustee., Diuiedtn, to whom applications rhmild bft sent, on or iiei'ore '-b-- 31st in*i»tiu. FRED FITCHTHT. Publi- 't'nisi-ec. Wellingion. 12th Oetob-r, 1914. Oflieo o:' tlwi Pwb-i.': .Sej-vie? Conimiptionf-r, Welliiißicn, Uth October, 7914. \PPLICLVTIOX«S will bo received by the; underei'T'ied im t.iil noon on i h'-. 24i hj tltrrOßEß, 191", fK<m Dtily-qtulifiwl Medical PractHioners for the POSITION of JUNIOR ASSISTANT MEDICAL OFFICER iv. the Mental Hospitals Service. Salary £260 j:cr attnum, by animal incmrient/i (.-f £2U to £SOO, with botwd, lodgand washing, a.iiij, on promoticn to the position of Senior Assistant Medical Oftiocr, £3IU to £4o'}. ProfeHioriMi Divh-ioti. A. J. 11. BENGK, LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. OTA GO LAW SOCIETY. rnnK offices of the le<jal profes- " SION win Clogs on TBATALGAB DAY (Wednefsdar, 21st ir*t*nt), at 1 o'clock. D'AKCY ILAGGITT, Secretdry. LAOE DOYLETS. Guipure. Laco Dojlev*, 10i<l r l*, 1b 3d, Is 6d, Is 9d, 2« 3d.' Guipure Lace Ontre* bi Round, Oval, and Oblong', .3s 3d, 4s M, 5s 3d, €s S6 1 , 7s 6d. NOVELTIES IN FANCY LINKN GOODS.' NEW DES3G^ 1 8 IN SPRTNG TABLE LINE'NS. JOY AND SUTHERLAND, 192-200 PRINCES STHSIT,
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