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AMUSEMENTS. DA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HE OCTAGON. -*" HAYWAEDS' PICTURES. TO-NIGHT—A t B.—NIGHTLY. All Risible Faculties Arouved. As Attractive As Ever. 'MABEL AT THE WHEEL.' A KEYSTONE STAR OF LAUGHTER. Starring Mabel Noruiand and Chaplin. GAUMONT'S SPECIAL WAR MS. Britain, iu Arms.—Tho Ww Office. —Response to Kitchener's Appeal.—Marching Through Loudon.—Guarding Somerset House. —German Liners a*. Falmouth. —Kaiser's Grenadiers, and many others of like interest. MARCH OF AUCKLAND FORCES. ' The Burden. Story of Willow Pattern. JOHN BUNfrY'S SCHEME. Relaying a Railway. Breeding Horses, la and b'd. Reserves Dresden. Is 6d. EXTRA SPECIAL. Again TO-NIGHT, The first Real Scenes Shown of LOUVAIN~LOUVAm~LOUYAIN\ "'lowing the Gallaut Belgians, who held tlu» _ srnian hosts up for days. The heroic stand mado by the Louvoiu Garrison is mi epic of the war. MARINE EXCURSIONS. LABOR DAY HOLIDAYS. MACANDREWS, COMPANY BAY, BROAD BAY, AND PORTOBELLO. T-B.t. WAIREKA and t.s.a. WAIKANA -trill run ac follows: SATURDAY, 24th OCTOBER. 1914. Leave Dunedin, 10 turn., 2.30 p.m., 6.30 p.m., *lO p.m. Leave Portobello, 7.30 f1..m., 12.30 p.m., 5 p.m., 7.45 p.m. * Special trip; faro, Is siDjrle. SUNDAY, 25th OCTOBER, 1914. Leave Dunedin, 10 a.m., 2.30 p.m., 6.20 p.m. Lcavo Portobello, 3 a.m., 12 noon. 5 p.m. LABOR DAY, 26th OCTOBER, 1914. Leave Dunedin. 9.30 a.m.. 10 a.m., 1.20 p.m., 2.30 p.m., 5.15 p.m. Leave Portobello, 6.20 a.m., 7.30 a.m., 11.45 a.m. (direct), 12.30 p.m., 4 p.m " 6.15 p.m. Return Fares: Adults Is 6d, Children 6d. Concession Tickets not available on Holiday*. fpHE PENINSULA PERRY COMPANY; JL LIMITED. Telephone 1.486. TO LET. kFFICES and Sample Roomt, gmall and r large; very central; very low rentals. Hooper, 52 Crawford street. '-ROOMED House To Let; every conveni- ~* once; li, and c. Apply 534 Castle street. -I- Whare Flat. Apply R. Leishuian, North Taieri. (T EOOMS (Eden street, oft Union street); *.) bai-h, tubs, hot water, drained; 14s. Apply Champion, opposite. » THO LET, 3-roomed Cottage; rent 9s. plv 415 d Cumberland street. ry\o LET, 3-roomsd Cottage, 168 Caslla street. Rent 7s 6d. rllO LET. 4-roomcd House (89 Maitland .1 street); rent. 6s per week. Apply No.

T |\o LET, 4-rooiued House (sewered, A Ri-oeii), near railway station; Bs. Applv 33 AUiol place. O LET, 4-roomed Brick House, (water and drainage), near tram; also 4-rooiued Cotlage, near Botanical Gardens. Aipply 28 (llaflstonoi road, Valley. TTK) LET, Furnished and Unfurnished -L Room's, iireplaces, all conveniences; central. Armh" 18 Canrill street. TO Lbl, 4 and 6-roorued Houses; li.'and c. water; drained; 10s and 15s. 74 Dundas street. f¥\o LET (9 Brown street), modern House X (7 rooms); every convenience; lovely view; 25s weekly. Bryant. mo LET (432 King street), comfortable ". 5-rooined House; drained;" - rent 14s ckiv. Bryant, ascent. O eta iron. TO LET, House; rent, 10s. Apply 468 Castle, sired. mo LET. Cottage, Rpsseil ft reel.. Apply 1 46G Geor'»o street. Apply Mrs Cairns s store, tiny View road. (THO LET, comfortable 4-roomed House, (it. -I. Kilda: all conveniences. Apply 47 Driver street. fjiOIIR Rooms; seullery, copper, tubs; .J. drained; on riso (penny !>ecf.ionL I\i Main road. no~LET~(»ef.r comfortable 7roomed Dense; ;ras. bob water, bath, lined. 667 Castle atreci irdeni.), comfortable bob water, bath, BOARD AND RESIDENCE. "AOKBON'S Private Hotel, Dowling street, » Dinner 12 till 2; Tea, sto 7; Sockli and Parties catered for; committee room. First-class Accommodation Visitors. HLADSTOXE HOUSE. Moray place, I.X ("phone 2.180). —Best Accommodation visitors; personal supervision. Moss and M."Pherson. BOARD and Residence for two ycninr ladies (enraged during- tiny): central; comfortable home. bath, piano, etc.: ' iernis vnidurate.' Address "M;rler."' Albany .Street P.O. [TAXIED. Hoard and Kcsicienee liy lutsi- . r diss Lady. Apply, statin" l«r>u.s, to '■Btisinrvs,' 'Star' OflicV. HOLIDAY RESORTS. 'UIBSCRIBERS CAN OBTAIN THEIR ►-5 -STAR' REGULARLY on the Day cf 1-iiie hi .Stations on iho NORTH and SOUTH RAILWAY JJXK.S from the followinjr Agents ■■— I'nrakanui Air (.'. Fletdier. I'iirakanui Waj-uiti . Evansdale . Warrington £i«icliff~ Wajkouaiti Goodwood . Pslmrrstoit .Mr M'Lcod. Mr Johnston. ....Mr .). Malcolm. Mr Heal. .. Mr N. R, .Snitli. itr JJempsey. Mr U. Teviotdale. Brighton . Hen'lev .... Otokia .... Berwick ... Waihola. .. Outraui. ... Mosgiel ... IMacaudrt" Broad Bay Portobcllo Mr K. .Smith. Mr Leedham. Mr Robinson. .. Mr Williamson. Mr W. <". Grant. Air Snell. Mr Hinklev. Mr Duff. , Mr Moss. ACAXDREWS HAY. - JL.I.W. verandahcd Cottage; by ino year, vs 6d weekly. Lanes Ltd. TO LET, FuraLsluxl or Unfurnished, for summer months, or permanently, Fiveroomed Residence; nioely situated one mite irom Mihiwaka station; within easy reach of Ixach. Apply A. Graham, MiT.iwH.ka. TENDERS. TKXDER FOR SUPPLIES AX 11 FORAGE TO TROOPSHIP "VERDALA." SEALED TENDERS for the, delivery <»!: Supplies and Forage to the, troopship '•Verdala" at, Port Chalmers will be received up to 12 o'clock moon) on the 3rd NOVEMBER, 1914. Pn.rticulan. oi Supplies and Foragt; required and cond:tioire of delivery, etc., jnny be oblained from Headquarters Defence) Deipartmcnt, Wellington, Dmiedin, Ohrisrtchurch, and Auckland. Envelopea containing Tenders ufoo-tild be m&rkeel "Tender for Supplier and. Forage, Troopship 'Verdala,'" and addressed to <he •■ Quartermaster-General. Heedoua tiers, liftfence Department, Wellington." A. W. ROBIN, Colonel, Qiwr'.'jrmastor-Gentra!. THE DUXEDIN DRAINAGE AND SEWERACE BOARD. ROUND MILD STEEL (95 Ton* Appro*.). TENDERS, so marked, addressed to the Secretary, returnable up to 4 p.m. 3rd NOVEMBER, "will be received for tho SUPPLY and DELIVERY of ROUND MILD STEEL. Further particular* will be gin-n on application at tho Board's Office. The lowest or any tender not neoessarily accepted. A. SLINGER, Drainage Engineer. Haliensfcein's Buildings, 22nd Octobe-r, 1911,

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6, Evening Star, Issue 15631, 23 October 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6 Evening Star, Issue 15631, 23 October 1914