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Page 5 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 15627, 19 October 1914
AMUSEMENTS. pLA2A PIOTPRE g Hours To-day i 1 o’clock to s.3ttj 6.30 to IQ p.m, Saturdays j 12 noon to 10 p.m. ~ COMPLETE CHANCE OP PROGRAMME. Headed by the Exclusive Star Picture, THE OPAL HINOw THE OPAL BING. Magnificent and Sensational Society Pram* THE OPAL RING-. Two-reel, THE OPAL KING. Beautifully Tinted. Also, A MODERN FAIRY TALE (By the Producers of the ‘Rosary'), A Beautiful Picture, Superbly Acted. Featuring Lois Weder and Philip Smalley. Supporting Films Are: EYES OF SATIN R*x Coinch-. ISLE OF SKYE Scenic. GETTING BID OP MAJN-LAAV (I,oooft Comic), Etc., Etc. Prices as Usual. ADULTS, 6d. CHILDREN, 3d ROHIBITION CAMPAIGN, GARRISON HALL. Rer. R. B. S. HAMMOND, Rev. R. B. S. HAMMOND, Superintendent of Anglican Missions, Sydney. TO-NIGHT (MONDAY), 8 o’clock, Hanover Street Baptist Qhoir Will Render Musical Items. TUESDAY, 3 p.B, MASS MEETING FOR WOMEN. 8 p.m.—LANTERN LECTURE. Subject: ‘ Derelicts,* Depicting Slam life in Sydney. Chairman, Professor Dunlop. Front Seats and Gallery, la. Back Seats Free. WEDNESDAY, PORT CHALMERS. 12.30, Open-air at Band Rotunda. E p.m., Town H«IL COLLECTION AT ALL MEETINGS. GARRISON HALL. ' MASS MEETING FOE WOMEN. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20Lh. REV, E. B. S. HAMMOND will Speak or the Prohibition Question lx 3 p.iu Chair will be occupied by Mr* Driver. Collection. OTAGO INSTITUTE (Technological Branch). ME E. E. STABS will Lecture ui, • IV ; . lion and Lubrication’ at the Phy : • Room, Otago University, at 8 pin. in MORROW (Tttesdav), 20th inst. H. BEASCH, Hon. Secretary. € ORONATTON HALL, ST. K1 TO-NIGHT, at 7.45. GRAND MUSICAL FESTIVAL LDA. By Methodist Sunday School Children. Tickets, 6d. CORPORATION NOTICES. CITY OF DUNEDIN. . EXTRAORDINARY TOOtHCY. CENTRAL WARD. PURSUANT to Section 59 of “The Local Election and Palis Aofc, 1908,” I Hereby i Give Notice that an ELECTION will be held * on TUESDAY, the Z7th day of October, 1914, for the purpose of Filling an EXTRAORDI-. NARY VACANCY in the City CarooU caused by the resignation of Counjalkw Axchilmhi : James Sullivan "as reprasantiaiiye ft#’ OEN- ■ TRAL WARD. And I hereby •appoint the Town Hall, Octagon, as the Place, and ■ TUESDAY, the 20th day of October, MQ4. at 12 o’clock noon, as the Time, for the NO MI- ■ NATION of Oaadidatoß, ■< Each Nomination Paper nruil be signed by Two Hectors and the Candidate, *na be delivered to me, or ha addressed to me and : delivered at the place aforesaid, at any time after tha publication of this notice and be- . fore noon of the said day of Nomination. * A deposit of £3 in cash must, oeqompany each Nomination for the Office of Member , of the Council. Dated at, Dunedin this 2nd jflaysef October, 1914. E. A. JOHNSTON, .Substitute 'Returning Officer for-the City of , Dunedin. LOST AND FOUND. i" OST, Saturdsy night, Princes street, Gold -1 Watch, in strap; reward. Oom. chemist, Higjh street. I OST, in George street, Purse, ooui aiiuiig i broodi end reference. Plca?r muni io 77 Athol place. I OST. —AVSJI Gentleman who took by mi--J take Wrong Macintosh from id - room. Wingatui, pleaso return and V-ccive-ins own from Secretary D.J.C. I OST, Friday night, Gold; Bar Tin oh Jt (Malta's cross centre); keepsake. !.' turn Hutchinson, jeweller, George sirm ; reward. _ I' OST, oa Saturday (between Hanovt. r ami Jt Albany streets), Glasses, in case. Apply Mrs Woods, Cumberland street; reward. I OST, Half-sovereign, between Eati>>-.r.'-J Tea Rooms and Rosiyn car, w irl.it.ir man’s wife. Kindly leave Samson’s. LOST, Friday night, between Imfcaiek and St. Andrew streets. Fur (fitch I: reward. 63 Main road. Kadkorai. F ODKD, Cream Bulldog; collar Ko, 1,222. Owner apply 71 St. David street. AUCTIONS. - TUESDAY, 20th OCTOBER, At 2 o’clock sharp. .Sale by Auction, at Rooms, Dowling street. IN THE ESTATE OF ELLEN POSTER - (Deceased). r; >* Remopwl to Rooms for of Bale (From Frenis os, 67 Naim street. Esikorai Valley. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANO, GOODS AND CHATTELS. JAMES SAMSON AND CO. ; have been Savored with Instruction* j from tho Tmjfbeo* in the Sotato to eel! by I ruction, on tho Promisee, j The whole of oho Eunutnp*, etc., including - WALNUT PLASSO (by HT.OW.VB, LONDON), Ma-Logany-framo hair suite, superior- tideboard, gilt mirror, music canterbury, large carpet, postures, ornaments, ci octcjrj-, crystal, e.p. vvn.ro, FAMILY BIBLE. book*. SUPERIOR MAHOGANY EXTENDING DINING TABLE. Armchairs, fenders awl irons curlaint, captain poles, striking cii 'J;, vaw-s of ail aorta, cutlery, FULL CABINET OAK SEWING MACHINE, heavy linoleum, tables and chains, LEATHER BAGS, sin bozca, superior bedroom suite, d.i. beds, s i. beds-, wire mattresses. duchesse pair, chc-’ts of drawer*, bknkets, sheets, qui-t-, bedding, linen wardrobe, klidhen cooking niens'P meat safe, dresser, crockery, jam yen. pots and imni, 48 pots of Jain, WASHING MACHINE, clothes horse. MANGLE oardeu tools, battik WIRE NETTING, COPPER BOILER, bird cages, coal, and large lor m' sundries. Also, the JEWELLERY in the Estate. Lady’s superior gold wsirh and ’chain gentleman’s watch, pins, links, rings, el*. WEDNESDAY, 21=d OCTOBER, At 1 o'clock. Cn the Premise*, FLAW’S STOKE. MIHIW.AKa By Instructions from Official Alienee. HORSES, COW. PIG. SPRING C’AUt HARNESS, STOREKEEPER’S GENERAL STOCK. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. D. sell M. S P E -D D 1 N A is instructed by > '(h-rmi A.iiguec t< by anction. on the Prcmiac*, Mthtwalua Wednesday Nest, at 1 o cluck, Tfco Whole of Utc Stock, ( Lire Plant, and Household ’Pughii estate of S, W. Flaw, Sto; -A
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