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AMUSEMENTS. CAPTURE OF LOUVAIN TO-NIGHT. T\TEW QUEEN’S THEATRE. PERPETUAL PICTURE PALACE. Daily: 11.30 till 5.30; 6.30 till 10,30. The First Actual War Picture,. ‘ THE GRAVE OP BRAVE BELGIANS.’ CAPTURE OP LOUVAIN. 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 hull fighting, it submits gs an educational subject the •GENUINE MEXICAN BULL FIGHT.’ Illustrating Spain's National Sport. Taken by Government sanction in tha actual arena, and reproducing startlingly ami vividly many sensational features, NEW ZEALAND’S CONTINGENT. ‘READY FOR THE FRONT.’ Our own 1,200 ft Special, showing panorama of the Troops—March of Battery Brigade— Long March Through Wellington. Also, An Eavesdropper Keystone Comedy. FRANCINB Vilagrapb Drama. AN EASY VICTORY AX Comedy. Avilo’s Performing Dogs Vaudeville. TOPICAL BUDGET, Containing Scenes in Belgium during flic present War. ONE PRICE TO ALL PARTS: ADULTS, SIXPENCE. CHILDREN. 3d. The October Issue—Just Out. 30 NEW BLUR AMBBROL EDISON ' RECORDS. The latest issue, now on sale, contains several novel numbers and splendid Songs. The list includes the following:—‘Kathleen Mavounieen ’ (Ernest Pike), ‘ Rudolph's Narrative* from ‘La Bolieme* tChas. Harrison), ‘Mary of Argyic. ’ (male duet, M.aeklin and Braeeli). ‘Underneath the Tango Moon’ (Jungle Song). ‘Sweet Anna Marie’ (Tenor Duet), ‘I Wish that You Belonged to Me’ (Conversational Duct, Ada Jones and Billy Murray), ‘ The Two Poets ’ (Schearaing Vaudeville Sketch), ‘lrish Husband’ (Irving Gillette), ‘ Stare and Stripes March ’ by Sousa’s Band, ’Softly Awakes My Heart’ (Comet Solo, Leggett), ‘l’ll Take You Homo Again, Kathleen ’ (Will Oakland), also Instrumental Trios, Bells and Xylophone Duet, Piccolo Solo, Comic and Sentimental Songs, Duelc, etc. Price, 3s each. |NHAS. BEG ft AND CO„ 3.TD., Phonograph Headquarters, PRINCES STREET.

NATIONAL RESERVE RANI) CONCERT, GARRISON HALL, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1914, at 8 p.m. PROGRAMME, MaVch —' National Reservo Hand * (Squarise). Overture —‘Li; Lyre Dor.’—National Reserve Baud, Song—‘ Come Into the Garden. Aland ’ (Balfe).—Mr . hj. APKmlay, Sone— ‘Harbor Nights Song’ (Sanderson).— Aliss Mabel Esmnlant. Selection —‘ Carnival.’—National Reserve Band. Interval. hj/ Selection—* La Forza del Destine’ (Verdi).—National Reserve Band jjuel—*Spfinsf Time’ (Newton).—Miss M. Esquilant and Mr W. E. M'KinlaT. Recitation—‘ Gnnpw Din (Kipling). By special request.—Mr S. H. Osborn. Piano Solo—‘March Militairc.’—Miss G. M. Stoneham, L.T.C.L., L.A.B. Song—‘ God Save the King’ (by rcquest).-fMr K. Bryant. March--'* 2-9-14’ (Squarise-),—National Reserve Band. ‘ God Save the King.’ tcoonpinuists : Alissca L. Al'Laren, L.A.8.. and G. Al. Stoueham, 1-. 1.( .T... L.A B. Barnard Horizontal. Grand kindly lent by Dresden Piano Company, Gallery and Front Chaim, 2s: Back Seals,, Is. PROCEEDS IN AID OP BAND EQUIPMENT FUND. E. S. WILSON, Secretary National Reserve. OTAGO LABOR BAY ASSOCIATION, TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL CELEBRATION, TO BE HELD AT EVANSDALE ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 26. Trains leave Dunedin 9.50 a.ni. and 10.10 0.m., returning from Evaii.sd.de 5 p.m. and i p.m. Hot Water and Alt!I.- Provided Free. Plenty of Toys and Lollies for the Children. HIGHLAND DANCING, RUNNING, WALTZING COMPETITION. Etc., Etc. RETURN PARE: Adults 2s 6d, Children Is 3d. The 10.10 a.n». train will stop at Upper Port Chalmers. X THOMSON. Secretary, 6 Jones street, Dunedin. ,

MEETINGS. LONDON MISSIONARY SOCIETY, OTAGO AUXILIARY. annum, imputation meetings,i9U. To-morrow < Thursday). October 22m1, a PUBLIC- MEETING will lie held in the Jubilee Hall, Moray Place, Con- £ relational Church, at 7.30 pan., when an Address on. ‘China, and Christian Ideals’ will bo given by Rev. F. P. JOSE LA NO (late of Amoy, China). All interested in Foreign Missions cordially invited to attend. Collodion in aid of the Socicly's Funds, OTAGO AMATEUR ATHLETIC CLUBS PROTECTION ASSOCIATION. mill-: ANNUAL GENERAL, MEETING of tins above Association will bo held in Mr K. S. Wilson's Board Room on WEDNESDAY, October 28, 1914, at 7.30 p.m. Business: Adoption of Annual Report and Balance-sheet: Election of Office-bearers; and General Business. E. S. WILSON, Secretary. PACIFIC SURF-BATHING CLUB. THE ANNUAL MEETING will bo held in tho Assembly Ivhll, Bungalow Tea Rooms, St. Hilda, on FRIDAY EVENING. Next, October 23, at 8 o’clock, C. MULHOLLAND, Hon. See. 1 LOST AND FOUND. T OST, from 73 Prince Albert road. Si. Hilda, GREY KITTEN. Reward on returning to above address. I OST (between Rattray street and Express J Co.), Cameo Bracelet. Please return Mbs Rogers, Express Buildings; reward. LOST, Tuesday night, between Roslyn and Mtiolaggan street, Lamp Socket; reward. M. Bradley, bootmaker, Madaggan street. LOST (between Miss Reynolds's and Brown’s, Princes street), Blue Sunshade. Reward retunring Reid and Gray. JOST, by working girl, Young street, MacJ andrew road, and Cargill’s Corner, Purse, containing bank note and silver. Reward returning to 47 Young street, St. Hilda. I OST, oil motor cycle, Traveller’s Hand,4' bag. Finder please return Briscoe and Co., Ltd. TOST, from \2. Cowncil svtetit, Su J small White French Poodle. Finder please return above address. I OST, Child’s Slice, between High street J and Dominican Convent. 219 High street. ___ LOST (ou‘ otu ir.st., between Maori Hill and City), Hat Box and Child's Clothing; reward. Strothers and Co., George street. LOST, Parcel (containing lady's boot), vicinity High-Princes streets; reward. 31 Serpentine ayenue. WOULD Boy who picked up Bangle,13th, kindly return 137 Macaudrew road; reward. CORPORATION NOTICES. BOROUGH OP MAORI HILL. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Balance-sheet of the Maori Hill Borough Council for the year ended 51st March, 1914, and the Report of the Audit Office thereon, will be OPEN for INSPECTION at the Office of the Borough Council of the said Borough during office hours from date hereof until the 29th day of NOVEMBER, 1914, and that, copies of such Balancesheet and Report may ha obtained on application. C. GRATER, Town Clerk, i Maori Hill, 20ih Ootchcx v A9I4,

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 15629, 21 October 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6 Issue 15629, 21 October 1914

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