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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 15628, 20 October 1914
I AMUSEMENTS. CAPTURE OF LOUVAIN TO-NIGHT. MEW QUEEN'S THEATRE. PERPETUAL PICTURE PALACE. Daily: 11.30 till 5.30; 6.30 till 10.30. Packed to the Doors last evneing by an audience worked up to the utmost pitdh of Enthusiasm by The First Actual War Picture, 'THE GRATE OF BRAVE BELGIANS.' CAPTURE OE LOUVAXN. The Picture enables you to realise the horrors a noble people had to endure. The Management wish it distinctly understood that, while disclaiming sympathy with bull fighting, it submits as an educational subject tho 'GENUINE MEXICAN BULL FIGHT.' 'GENUINE MEXICAN BULL FIGHT.' ' GENUINE MEXICAN BULL FIGHT.' Illustrating Spain's National Sport. Taken by Government sanction in the actual arena, and reproducing starllingly and vividly many sensational features. NEW ZEALAND'S CONTINGENT. • READY FOR THE FRONT.' 'READY FOR THE FRONT.' Our own 1,200 ft Special, showing panorama of the Troops—March of Battery BrigadeLong March Through Wellington. Also, An Eavesdropper Keystone Comedv. FKANOINE Vitagrapb Drama. AN EASY VICTORY A.K. Comedy. Avilo's Performing Doss Vaudeville. TOPICAL BUDGET, Containing Scenes in Belgium during ths present War. ONE PRICE TO ALL PARTS: ADULTS, SIXPENCE. CHILDREN, 3d. ft ao NT HAL L. | TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. Rev. R. B. S. HAMMOND, Rev. R. B. S. HAMMOND, Of Sydney. THE GREAT SLUM WORKER, LANTERN LECTURE at 8 p.m. LANTERN LECTURE at 8 p.m. ' 'DERELICTS,' Depicting Slum Life in Sydney. A phase of work in which Mr Hammond has taken a keen interest for years. Professor Dunlcp will Preside. Front Chairs and Gallery, Is. Body of Hall Free. Collection. WEDNESDAY, 8 p.m., PORT CHALMERS TOWN HALL. OPEN-AIR. BAND ROTUNDA, 12.40. MARINE EXCURSIONS. TRAFALGAR DAY, WEDNESDAY, 21rt OCTOBER, 1914. / S.S. "WAIREKA" will leave Dunedin JL • for Portobello and Way Ports at 10 a.m., 1.30 p.m., 5.15 p.m. Leaving Portobello at 7.30 a.m. 12.30 p.m., 3.45 p.m Return Fares: Adults, Is 6d; Children, 6d* Concession Tickets, ss. See Labor Day Time-table Later. THE PENINSULA FERRY CO., LTD. Telephone 1,486. PERSONAL. TF PATRICK and MARTIN O'SULLIVAN, L formerly of Pine Hill, will Communicate with the undersigned they will hear something that may be to their advantage. " TIMBER," 'Star' Office. MEETINGS. PACIFIC STARR-BOWKETT BUILDING SOCIETY. THE NINTH ANNUAL MEETING of the, Society will be held at the Oddfellows' Hall, King- Edward street, Dunedin, on FRIDAY. 23rd insf., at 8 p.m., when the following APPROPRIATIONS WILL BE DRAWN: No. 1 Group.—6sth Appropriation of £SOO by Free Ballot. No. 2 Group—l3th Appropriation of £SOO by Free Ballot. Shareholders' intention is directed to Rule 44. Intending Shareholders are invited to Join prior to the Ballot and participate therein. The advantage of securing Free Money at the present time is only a, further argument in favor of the mutval system of moneylending. WILLIAM li. TAVERNER, Secretary. 109 King Edward street, Dunedin. j VICTORIA LEAGUE. "EMBERS ot the Victoria Lea earnestly reminded that: Meetings arc to be hold on Trafalgar undei the avf.piecs of the Otago Patriotic and General Welfare Association. Places of Meetings are notified in the Press. L. SAL-GOOD, President. LIBERAL LEAGUE! OF NEW ZEALANI DUNEDIN BRANCH. \ MEETING of LIBERAL SUPPORTERS '"V will be held in the Council Chambers, „._.ilyn, TO-NIGHT (Tuesday), 20th, at 8 o'clock. Ladies Specially Invited. R. R, DOUGLAS, OFFICES and Sample Rooms, small and large; very central; very low rental*. Hooper, 62 Crawford street. fipO LET, 8-roomed Bouse; all couveniJL ences; No. 80 Queen's Drive, Musselburgh. Archibald Miller, George street. HpO LET, 4-roonicd HoiiiO, Elm row: rent 10s weekly. Appl;, D. Trainer, Arcade. ~ r f) LET, Furnished ami Unfurnished Rooms. Apply 18 Cargill street. -ROOMED House To Let: every convor %J fiiic-e; hj. and c. Apply 534 Castle mo LET, 5-roomod House, 406 Cuml A street. Apply Abi'.rn and Sons, 419 Cumberland street. ! UITE of Dentists Rooms (m constant oc- -- J cupancy for last 10 years), over Reddell's, Stuart street: completely fitted electricity, water, gas. E. Roberts, or Mathcson, on the premises. , Three and Five-roomed Hon* Maifland and Walker streets; rent i moderate. Beck Bros., Walker sin LET, large Furnished Room, with fireplace: u*e conveniences. 'Phone 1,290 I or "A.M.C.,'' 'Star.' TO LET, handy 4-roomed House, opposite Gardens, in Valley. Apply 28 Gladone road. . PO LET ■- House d Co. ■lr.dv 4-roomed House, opposite . in Valley. Apply 28 Glad(Ciry)T~s, 6, 8, 9, 10-roomed K Hor'es suburbs. Macasscv TllO LET, comfortable 4-roomed House «L (copper, tubs), Hanover .street. Apply 71 Hanover street. ttagc ply 415 d Cumberland street. LET, 3-roome-I Cottage, 168 CaMle street. Rent 7s 6d. iPLENDID large Shop and Living Rooms 7 at Car-gill's Corner; electric light; rent Carter, Exchange Court. LOST AND FOUND. OST, Saturday night, £8 10s, in notes, \-t between Grand Hotel and King's Theatre. Please return to D. Hughes, Han- j over and Cumberland streets; reward. | LOST, week ago, small Lace Handkerchief; small gold brooch attached: keepsake. Return 734 Cumberland street; reward. TOST, on Saturday, Glasses, in J Apply W Wood, baker, Cumberland street (opposite Hospital); reward. STRAYED from St. Kilda, Friday, Black *-3 Horse; hog mane., white hind foot. Finder please communicate C. J. Meade, contractor, Musselburgh, St. Kilda. -| r»S Reward.—Lost. a. Grey Tabby Cat. I.l} Apply to Miss Walker, 88 King Edward street, Kensington.
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