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AMUSEMENTS. IT A! HA! HA! ' HA! HA! HA! rjIHE OCTAGON. HAYWARDS’ PICTURES. TONIGHT—At B.— NIGHTLY. A Sound of Revelry Last Night. All Risible Fatuities Aroused. All Risible Faculties Aroused. ‘MABEL AT THE WHEEL.’ ‘ MABEL AT THE WHEEL.’ ‘MABEL AT THE WHEEL.’ ‘MABEL AT THE WHEEL.’ A KEYSTONE STAR OF LAUGHTER!. Starring Mabel Norniand and Chaplin. GAUMONTS SPECIAL WAR NEWS. GAUMONTS SPECIAL WAR NEWS. Britain in Arms.—The War Office.—Response to Kitchener's Appeal.—Marching Through Loudon.—Guarding Somerset House. —German Liners at Falmouth. —Kaiser’s Grenadiers, and many others of like, interest. MARCH OF AUCKLAND FORCES. The Burden. Store of Willow Pattern. JOHN BUNNY’S SCHEME. Relaying a Railway. Breeding Horses. Is and 6d. Reserves Dresden, Is 6cl. EXTRA SPECIAL. Screening TO-NIGHT. The First Real Battle Shown. THE CAPTURE OF LOUVAIN. • THE CAPTURE OF LOUVAIN. Showing the Gallant Belgians, who held the Gorman hosts up for days. The hcroio stand made by the Louvain Garrison is an epic of the war. SOUTH DUNEDIN TOWN HALL, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22. P ROHIBITIOX MEETING at Speakers*. Rev. R. S, Gray 8 p.m. and A. S. Adams, Esq. Collection. THE NEW ZEALAND PATRIOTIC SONG! ‘ OUR TERRITORIALS.’ ‘OUR TERRITORIALS.’ ‘ OUR TERRITORIALS.’ ‘ OUR TERRITORIALS.’ THE NEW CHORUS MARCH SONG FOR THE PEOPLE OF MAORILAND. Words by 11. S B. Ribbands; Music by A. R. Don (late, of Dunedin). When you have an Evening of Patriotic Music in your home you should give a place to this New' Zealand song. Pull of verve and spirit. Get your copy early. The Song for tlto.se who have relations away with the Expeditionary Forces! Price, 2s; Post Free, 2s Id, CHAS. BEGG AND CO.. LTD., Headquarters for Music, PRINCES STREET.

SPORTING, GORE RACING CLUB. .SPRING MEETING, .MONDAY AND TUESDAY, 261 li mtfl 27(1i OCTOBER. ACCEPTANCES' CLOSE ui 9 p.m. on WEDNESDAY, 21st. Holiday Exclusion Tfcke.us will bo issued on Main South Line and Branches on SATURDAY, awl MONDAY, 25th October, and from Clinton, Bluff, Houjpapa, and intermediate stations and branches on TUESDAY, 27ih October. Available for re-.: linn ttp to Saturday, 7ib of November. •Special I'm in for Gore will leave Dunedin at 8.5 a.in. on MONDAY, 26Ui October, stopping at ('ever?bain. Mosgiei, Milton, Lovell's Flat, Benbar, Stirling. Balclulba, and Waiwera; arriving at. Gore at 11.44, and returning to Dunedin, the same day, leaving Ooro at 7 p.m.. iiud arriving in Dunedin at 10.25 p.m. J. LATHAM', Secretary, Gore. EDUCATIONAL. OTAGO EDUCATION BOARD. POSITIONS FOR PUPIL TEACHERS. { A PPLIQATIONS will be. received till SATURDAY, 21st November, 1914, from Candidates (Male or Female) for Positions as Pupil Teachers in several of ilia I schools in Ibis district. Candidates must be at least. 15 years of ago, and must have obtained a Certificate of Proficiency. Forms of application and information as to flic conditions of appointment may be obtained at this office. S. M. PARK, Sccrci ary. Education Office, Dunedin, 17(h October, 1914. OTAGO EDUCATION BOARD. APPOINTMENTS FOR PROBATIONERS, Applications wiit bo received ini SATURDAY, 21* i. November, 1914, from Candidates (Male, or Female) for Positions us Probationers !n Schools in the Editcation District of Otago. Candidates must have reached the ago of 16 years, and must have jwsseJ tho Matriculation Examination or the Civil Service Junior Examination, or the Examination for Senior Free Places, or must otherwise be qualified to bold Senior Frets Places in Secondary Schools. Forms of application and information as to the conditions of appointment may lie obtained at this office. ,S. If. PARK, Sccrotagv. Education Office, Dunedin, 17th October, 1914. TENDERS. G. B. SUPPLY OP SLEEPERS. T | VENDERS will bo received at this office A until noon of FRIDAY, 6th November, for the SUPPLY and DELIVERY at various centres of 100,000 Han Hardwood, Totara, or Silver Pine SLEEPERS, in lots of One Thousand upwards. Specifications and conditions of contract may be seen at the Public Works Offices, Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, and Dunedin. F. W. FUBKERT, Acting Engiacer-i n-Chief. - Public Works Office, Wellington, 16th October, 1914. nnHE ‘Star* Garden Annual, specially X written to suit local requirement*; practical notes and answers to questions on

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 15629, 21 October 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7 Issue 15629, 21 October 1914

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