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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 15630, 22 October 1914
AMUSEMENTS. JJIS MAJESTY’S THEATRE. Direction B. J. CARROLt,. ONLY FIVE MOB® PERFORMANCES, Including MATINEE SATURDAY NEXT, MATINEE SATURDAY NEXT, MATINEE SATURDAY NEXT, When Children will be Admitted at la to All Parts of the House (except booked teats). TO-NIGHT AND UNTIL MONDAY EVENING NEXT. _ 'The World-famous Magicians LEROY, TALMA, AND BOSOO, LEROY, TALMA, AND BOSOO, LEROY, TALMA, AND BOSOO, In a Series of Wonderful, Sensational Mysteries. TO-MORROW (FRIDAY), For the First Time in Dunedin, M. SERVAIS LEROY Will Produce his Famous Patriotic Illusionary Tableau, entitled ‘tfO THE GLORY OF Symbolising the Rejuvenation of France anff the Triumph of the Triple Entente. These Famous Necromancers are Supported by NOVEL SPECIALTY ACTS, Popular Prices; 3s, 2s, Is. NO EARLY DOORS. Box Plan at the Dresden. Booking Fee, Is. Day Sales at Jacobs’s. Plan also available at Jacobs's after 5 p.m. THE RING’S JHBATRB, FULLERS’ CONTINUOUS PICTURES. 6.3O—EVERY EVENING.—6.3O. LOUVAIN THE NAME WILL NEVJSR DIE. The Belgian Lancers. The Burning Houses, What Happened to the Innocent Peasants, THE SPLENDID NOKDISK DRAMA. AS YOU SOW, The Life Story of a Usurer. A Powerful Photo-Drama, Magnificently Staged. 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 Scenic. PATHE’S ENGLISH GAZETTE. Special. War Number, Austrian Cavalry, Prussian Grenadiers. STIRRING WAR SCENES. . ADULTS, 6d. CHILDREN. 3d. AUCTIONS. FRIDAY, 23rd OCTOBER, SALE BY AUCTION, At 2 o'clock. At Rooms, Dowling street. HEAVY AXMINSTER CARPET SQUARE FIREPROOF SAFE, WALNUT OVER MANTEL, OAK HALL STAND (MIRROR BACK), EXTENDING DINING TABLE, Etc., Etc. TMBS SAMSON AND CO. have been favored with instructions to sell by auction at their rooms, Dowling street, a large catalogue of Household Furniture, etc., including— UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO, dining room suites, leather chairs and couches, Jubilee chairs, seagrass chairs, carpet squares," pictures, paintings, ornaments, curtains and fittings, OAK SIDEBOARD (HEAVILY CARVED), overmantels, dining tables, occasional tables and chairs, china ware, hall stands, hall seats, HALL SUITE, slip mats, door mats, OAK BED (QUAINT DUTCH PANELS), d.i. beds, s.i. beds, wood beds, ducbesse pail's, ware, tile-top waehstands, child’s drop-side cots, linoleums, kapok beds, shakedowns, flock mattresses, wire mattresses, bedding, kitchen tables, chairs, cooking utensils, kitchen furniture, etc. FRIDAY, 23rd OCTOBER, At 2 o’clock. At Rooms, Manse street. UNRESERVED SALE OF TRAVELLER’S SAMPLES (to close accounts). JAPANESE VASES, .ANTIMONY WARE, Knick-knacks, Suit Cases, Basket Doyleys, Tablecloths, CUTLERY, ELECTROPLATE, BINOCULARS. WATCHES. PARK REYNOLDS, LIMITED, will sell by auction, as above. Also, CLEARING SALE USEFUL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, WALNUT UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO ( Schultz), Walnut sideboard, kauri m.b. sideboard, saddlebags dining room suite, inlaid walnut revolving card table, dinner waggon, chiffonier, kauri dining table, wicker and easy chairs, pictures, Austrian chairs, hall table, window scat and cushions. CUTLER ROLLER-TOP DESK (full size). Leather-top Office Pedestal Desk, KAURI PANEL BEDSTEAD (Single), Cedar wardrobe, toilet chests, waubstonds, curtains, rugs, and general bedroom funiiture. Singer drop-head sewing machine, kitchen furniture and utensils, garden seat, dish-washing machine, etc., etc. FRIDAY, 23rd OCTOBER, At 2 p m. sharp. A.t Corner Frederick street and Athol place. mHOS. PATERSON AND CO. JL are instructed by Mr W. Stewart to sell, without reserve. The AVhole of his Stock <>f GENERAL GROCERIES, STATIONERY, HOSIERY, HABERDASHERY, CROCKERY, BOOKS, etc., also Icily bottles, confectionery scales Avery scales and weights, show cases, paten; till, and a large lot of sundries. SALE STARTS AT 2 p.m. SHARP. Terms Cash. TUESDAY. 3rd NOVEMBER, At 12.30 o'clock. At Rooms, Princes street. TO INVESTORS AND SPECULATORS. In the Estate of E. Solomons, deceased. CITY FREEHOLD PROPERTY, Known as ALBERT TERRACE, George street (near Union street). FULL QUARTER-ACRE AND 8 HOUSES. Total Annual Rental, £221. Alex. Harris and co. have received instructions from the Trustees, Executors, and Agency Co., Lid., Trustees in the Estate of E. Solomons, deceased, to sell, as above, Section 4, Block XXX., Dunedin, fronting George street, area 1 rood, with 4 Brick 2-story Dwellings ana 4 Wood Dwellings thereon, known as Albert Terrace, all well let. Total annual rental, £221. This makes a good investment, as the property is close to the penny section of the car, and in a popular residential part of the City. lost And found. lOST (in London street or City road. Rosi ]yn), Gold Bangle; reward. 315 George street. LOST (in Momingtou oh Tuesday), Child’s Blue Velvet Coat. Please return Motnington Tram. I" OST (Tahuna-Gardens car, noon Wed_i nesday), Parcel Brown Crochet. Return Schcol, Musselburgh, lOST (in Serpentine avenue), Bag coni tnining money and letters. Return 29 Serpentine avenue; reward. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS* WASTE PAPER. WASTE PAPER FOR SALE In Lots to Suit Purchasers. Apply ‘STAR’ OFFICE. NEW TUSSOEE SILKS OPENED THIS WEEK. BEST VALUE IN DOMINION, 34-35 in wide, Is lid, 2i 6d, 3s 3fl, 3« Si, 4?, 4s lid. Extra heavy weight, for Dust Coats ox Costumes, 35in, 4s lid yard. TZ'ILROY AND SUTHERLAND, - • 192-200 Prlhcot '' ■
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