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AMUSEMENTS. RING'S JEEATRE FULLERS' CONTINUOUS PICTURES. 6.3O—EVERY EVENING.—6.3O. THE BATTLE OF LOUVAIN. THE BATTLE OP LOUVAIN. Showing those Gallant Heroes, THE FAMOUS BELGIANS. A Genuine Picture of Actual War. THE BATTLE OF LOUVAIN. THE KING'S. THE KING'S. THE SPLENDID NORDISK DRAMA, AS YOU SOW. The Life Story of a Usurer. A Powerful Photo-Drama, MagnificentlyStaged. Full of Exciting and . Dramatic Situations. A Very Human Story. Magnificent Supporting Subjects: WIRE CHIEF'S REWARD Drama. RUBE THE INTERLOPER ..,„ Comic. SUGAR INDUSTRY Interest, THE BULLY'S DOOM Comedy. YOSEMITE VALLEY Seenic. PATH'E'S ENGLISH GAZETTE. Special War Number, Austrian Cavalry, Prussian Grenadiers. STIRRING WAR SCENES. ADULTS, 6d. CHILDREN, 3d. \r m.c.a.- ho use. warming sale. X e TO-MORROW WEDNESDAY) AND THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21 and 22, In NEW HOSTEL, 2.30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Chinese. L;iee, Japanese Ware, Swiss and Italian Goods. Samoaii Baskets. Plain, Fancy, Art, Produce, Sweets, Jumble, Kitchen, and Refreshment Stalls. GARRISON HALL, THURSDAY, 22nd OCTOBER., 1914. GRAND VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT. NATIONAL RESERVE BAND (60 Performers), Under the Conduetorship of Signor R. SquarUc, R.C.T.M. Assisted by tho following 1 Artists: Misses M. Esquilant, G. M. 'Stoncham, L.T.C.L.. L.A.8., L. MLaren, L.A.8., Messrs W., E. M'Kinlay, S. H. Osborh. U. Bryant. Watch Papers for Fi.U Particulars. PROCEEDS IN AID OF BAND EQUIPMENT FUND. Popular Prices: 2s and Is.. E. S. WILSON, Secretary National Rcservi

LATE ADVEKTISEJWENTS. TO ENABLE OUR EMPLOYEES to Attend the Patriotic Concerts at 2.30, our POULTRY SALE will bo held at 1 p.m. sharp on WEDNESDAY. REILLY, GILL, AND CO., Fruit, and Poultry Salesmen, Moray place. TRAFALGAR, DAY. ry'HE EXECUTIVE of the Sc'iool Commit lacs' Association request tlio Committees to CLOSE THE SCHOOLS for the Afternoon on WEDNESDAY, in order to fslbw childr;/! the privilege cf attending one of the Patriotic Meetings. R. BENTHAM, Chairman. XMAS GREETING CARDS THE " ELITE" Box of ChnVtmas and New Year Cauls, with SPECIAL LOCAL VIEWS, for Friends at Homo and Abroad. DAINTIER THAN EVEIt.-Onr New Stock of PRIVATE GREETING CHRISTMAS CARDS, printed with your own wording, name, and audre", at few hour?' notify. ■ 1 92 PRINCES STREET. THE SAVOY. : SPECIAL TARIFF i' _ DURING THE WAR. N view of the necessity for Economy gene- .».. rallv, brought, about by Cue War. the r following SPECIAL TARIFF has 'been adopted : )- LUNCH Is. ). TEA Is. TEA AND CAKES, any time of Day cr 7 Evening, at, a uniform char-re of 6d. ; ' THE SAVOY LTD., Restaurant de Luxe. ;. P. BARLING, Managing Director. LO KEONG'S SALE. ' TN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM for the New - J. Goods, we are making BIG REDUCt TIONS in FANCY GOODS, CHINA WARE 3 and TOYS. - Come a ltd inspect our Choice Selection of Tussore, White and Colored Silks. japanere Crepes, White and Colors; Silk Handkerchiefs, Plain and Embroidered. Japanese Lant'::ns. Umbrella*, and Fans. LO KEONG, r ■ 117 GEORGE STREET. "IT'S A LONG, LONG WAY .TO : TIPPERARY," '> But NOT FAR to f WILKIE AND CO., LTD., 92 t » _ PRINCES STREET. I where ANGLERS can see a Complete Range I of Neir. Season's FISHING TACKLE NGLING REQUISITES. ■ v_u,i », Nor.' Illustrated Catalogues. GOVERNMENT NOTICES APPLICATIONS are invited from Property Owners for the SALE or LEASE J of SUITABLE PREMISES for the PUBLIC TRUST OFFICE in Dunedin. Particulars of the accommodation, etc., required will bo furnifched by the Local Deptuv . Public Trustee, Dunedin, to whom applications should be sent on or before the. 31st l instant. FRED FTTCHETT. Public Trustee. Wellington, 12lli October, 1914. SPORTING. GORE RACING CLUB. - QPRING MEETING. MONDAY AND KJ TUESDAY, f, 26th anfl 27ili OCTOBER, ACCEPTANCES CLOSE at 9 p.m. m WEDNESDAY, 21st. Holiday Excursion Ticket.? will be issued on Main South Line and Branches on SATURDAY, 24th, and MONDAY, 26th October, and from Clinton, Bluff, Houipapa. ' ami intermediate stations and branches on TUESDAY, 27th October. Available for re- , turn up to Saturday, ?th of November. Special Train for Gore will leave Dunedin i. at 8.5 a.m. on MONDAY', 261h October, stopping at Caversham, Mosgiel, Milton, Lovell's Flat, Benhar, Stirling, Balclutha, and Warwoxa; arriving at Goro at 11.44, and returning to Dunedin the same day, leaving Gore at 7 p.m., and arriviugr iu Dunedin ut ' 10.25 p.m. J. LATHAM, £ecteU\ry< Gore,

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5, Evening Star, Issue 15628, 20 October 1914

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