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AMUSEMENTS. THE HOME OF MODERN' PICTUEY. QUEEN’S THEATRE. PERPETUAL PICTURE PALACE, Daily; 11.30 till 5.30; 6.30 till 10.30. PATHE GREAT INDIAN FEATURE, THE TBAPPEK/S MISTAKE This is a production. o£ exceptional merit and attractiveness. It is founded on fact, and unfolds a story of the turbulent lives of one man and one woman surrounded by false friends and open enemies. It has for a background one of the most picturesque regions in the world. With a number of powerful characters, a series of dramatic circumstances, it chains the audience to the successive pictures in the play. These form a brilliant delineation of Canadian life, mam hers, and, sentiment, at a period that was one of the most important in the development of that country. The story is persistent in its fascination, searching in its analysis of frontier life. The Supporting Series Include: WHITE FEATHER Vita. Drama Her Friend the Bandit Keystone Comedy Wiffles in a Workshop Pathe Comedy LAKE LUCERNE.....’ Gaumont Scenic AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE (No. 202), Topical ONE PRICE TO ALL PARTS: ADULTS. SIXPENCE. CHILDREN. 3d. ■RATIONAL RESERVE BAND CONCERT. GARRISON HALL, TO-NIGHT. At 8 o’clock. TO-NIGHT. Come and Hear this Excellent Programme. Gallery and Front Chairs 2s, Back Seats Is. E. S. WILSON, Secretary National Reserve. Y'W.C.A. HOUSE-WARMING SALE. LAST NIGHT TO-NIGHT (THURSDAY), OCTOBER 22. In NEW HOSTEL, to 10 p.m. Chinese Lace, Japanese Ware, Swiss and Italian Goods. Samoan Baskets, Plain, Fancy, Art, Produce, Sweets, Jumble, Kitchen, and Refreshment Stalls. GREEN ISLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Annual social, kirkland hall, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, At 7.30 p.m. Music, Addresses, Refreshments. Admission, One Shilling; Children Half-price. SPORTING. OAMARU TROTTING CLUB, .QPRING MEETING, LABOR DAY (NEXT MONDAY). 8 EVENTS. £7OO in Stakes. 8 EVENTS, All the Foremost Trotters from the Metropolitan .Meetings will compete. SPECIAL EXCURSION FARES. The departure of the Dunedin train delayed to 6.25 p.m., enabling patrons to witness the entire Programme. CANTERBURY JOCKEY CLUB. METROPOLITAN MEETING, 1914. NOVEMBER 7th, 9th, 11th. and 14th. i COEPTANGES for N.Z- Cup and StowXa. aids’ Handicap, Forfeits for the Welcome, Derby, and Oaks Stakes, also General Entries, close on FRIDAY, 23rd October, at 9 p.m. W. H. E. WANKLYN, Secretary. ELECTION NOTICES. DUNEDIN SOUTH ELECTORATE. ■ •m/TR T. 11. DALTON, REFORM OANDIDATE-, will be pleased to meet Ladies and Gentlemen of St. Clair and Surrounding District desirens of forming a Committee to assist him during ensuing Election Campaign at the Schoollionsc, St. Clair, on FRIDAY EVENING Next (23rd inst.), at 8 o’clock. CENTRAL WARD ELECTION FOR COUNCILLOR, NEXT TUESDAY, October 27th. JOHN CARROLL respectfully solicits from Friends a repetition of past favors. TENDERS. DUNEDIN CITY COUNCIL. TENDERS FOR REMOVAL OF HOUSE. TENDERS wilt be received by the undersigned until 5 p.m. on WEDNESDAY, the 11th November next, for the REMOVAL OF A HOUSE from property known as Paul’s Farm, -Silverstream, and RE-ERECTION of game on a new site. Plans and specification may bo inspected at the office of the City Building Surveyor, Town Hall, Dunedin. R. A JOHNSTON, Acting Town Clerk. Dunedin, 22nd October, 1914, | are invited till 2 p.m. of WEDNESDAY, November 4th, for Effecting ALTERATIONS and ADDITIONS to Wooden Residence, Eglinton road. | E. W. WALDEN, Architect, Dowling street. Tenders for repairs to roof and PLUMBING WORK at the- Professors’ Residences, Otago University, will be received until noon on TUESDAY, October 27th. Particulars mav be obtained from my office. EDMUND AN SCO M BE, Architect, Union Bank Buildings. CORPORATION NOTICES. BOROUGH OF MAORI HILL. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Balance-sheet of the Maori Hill Borough Council for the year ended 31st 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 20th day of NOVEMBER, 1914, and that copies of such Balancesheet and Report may bo obtained on application. O. GRATER, Town Clerk. Maori Hill, 20ih Odober, 1914. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. JACKSON’S Private Hotel, Dowling street, Dinner 12 till 2; Tea, 5 to 7; Social* and Parties catered for; committee room. First-class Accommodation Visitors. /GLADSTONE House, Moray place (new hJT management). Best accommodation visitors; personal supervision. Moss end MTherson; ’phone 2,180 ,WANTED, v v young Board and Residence by young man ; private family preferred. Reply “F.H.8.,” ‘ Star * Office. Man wants Board-Residence vv • in private family, North Dunedin. “North,” ‘Star’ Office. Gladstone ifousß, Moray place (’phone 2,lßo).—Best Accommodation visitors; personal supervision. Moss and M'Phersou. BOARD and Residence for two young ladies (engaged during day); central; comfortable home, bath, piano, etc.; tends moderate. Address “Mater,” Albany Street F.O. HETINED young Man wants Private > Room'; central: ail conveniences; moderate tem\s. Address “Level, 1 '- ‘Star’ Office. j

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 15630, 22 October 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6 Issue 15630, 22 October 1914

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