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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 15631, 23 October 1914
AMUSEMENTS. THE HOME OF MODERN' MOTDBY. QUEEN'S THEATBE. PERPETUAL PICTURE FALAOB. Daily: 11.30 till 5.30; 6.30 till 10.30, TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. A brilliant delineation of Canadian life, manners, and sentiment at a. period thai waa one of tbo most, important, in the development, of our sister Dominion. THE TRAPPER'S MISTAKE As anticipated by the nu«ta|feinwrfv thk excellent picture created a profound itnpreaRion during the session* yesterday. Tb* #tory is persistent in its fascination, searching in it* analysis of frontier life, and the tfitoerj multitude proclaim this week's K«ywfeos«, HER, FRIEND THE BANTWT, A 8 ona ol the bes* to date. Suptxwting Features Include.; CAPTURE OF LOTTVAIN Educational Waffles in a Workshop ... Paths Comedy LAKH LUCERNE Grumont Scanit AUSTRALIAN" GAZETTE Topical TOPICAL BUDGET „ Topical WHITE-FEATHER Viiajrmnh Drama ONE PRICE TO ALL PASTS : ADULTS. SIXPENCE. CHILDREN. M. GOVERNMENT NOTICES: NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. TvABOR DAY. TROTTING RACES AT OAMARU, 26ih OCTOBER. CORE RACKS, 26th and 27th OCTOBER. TRAIN ARRANGEMENTS. rnHE FOLLOWING ALTERATIONS in JL and addition, to the ordinary Train Service will be made in connection with the above:— SATURDAY, 24th OCTOBER, The train usually loafing- Dunedin for Palmcrston at 4.30 p.m. will not leave until 5.27 p.m., Waita-ti 6.52 p.m., SeaelifE 7.35 p.m., arriving Palmerrton 9.0 p.m. Holiday Excursion Tickets from Diraedb for Milton. Balclutha, and stations on the • Catlins River Branch will not be available by the Down Express train leaving Dun«din «i 4.27 p.m. Train for BsrioiuUia will leave Dunedin at 5-40 p.m.. Allanton 6.27 p.m., Henley 6.50 p.m.. Waihola 7.5 p.m., Milton 7.40 p.m., Stirling 8.21 p.m., arriving Balclutha 8.26 p.m. Connects with trains for Lawrence and Catlins River. Branches. Will not stop for passengers between Dunedin find Mosgiei inclusive. South of MoEgiTsl will stop wker* required to pick up or eet down passenger*. LAWRENCH BRANCH.—The train usualiy leaving Milton for Lawrence at 7.25 p.rit. will not leave until 7.50 p.m. (connecting wiUi 5.40 p.m. train from Dunedin), Wailahuna 9.10 p.m., Lawrence arrive 9.40 p.m. CATLINS RIVER BRANCH.—The train usually leaving Balclutha, for Houipapa, at ; 8.15 p.m. will not leave until 8.40 p.m. (conltectin!; with 5.40 p.m. train from Dunedin), Owaka 10.0 p.m., Houipapa 10.25 p.m. The. train usually leaving Houipapa for Balclutha. at 10.15 p.m. will not leave until 10.40 p.m. MONDAY, 26th OCTOBER. DUN KDIN-PORT CHALMEHS-PALMER-STON.—The 5.0 a.m. train Pahnerston to Dnuedin will noi run. TRAINS FOR PALMERSTON and intermediate stations will leave Dunedin at 8.16 a.m. and 9.15 a.m.. Port Chalmers Upper 8.47 a.m. and 9.47 a.m., Waita-ti 9.40 a.ai. and 10.32 a.m., Seacliff 30.15 a.m. and 11.2 a.m., Waikouaiti 10.46 a'.m. and 11.25 a.m.. returning from Palmcrston at 4.15 p.m. and 5.6 p.m.! Waikouaiti 4.45 p.m. and 5.59 p.m.. Seaclift 5.25 p.m. and 6.20 p.m.. Waitati 6.5 p.m. and 6.51 p.m., arriving Dunedin at 7.20 p.m. and 8.6 p.m. respectively. The train usually leaving Dunedin for Palnieisfon at, 4.30 p.m. will not: leave until 6.30 p.m., Waitati 7.40 p.m.. Seaclifi: 8.12 p.m., arriving Pulmerslon 9.20 p.m. TIMARU-OAMARIL —The train usually leaving Timaru for Oamaru at. 4.35 p.m. will NOT leave, until"4.so p.m., arriving Oamaru 8.35 p.m. RACKS AT OAMARU. SPECIAL EXPRESS TRAIN FOR OAMARU will leave Dunedin at 7.35 a.m., Ravtti*buurno 7.42 a.m., SeaelifE 8.51 a.m v Waikouaiti 9.10 a.m.. Palnienston 9.3S a.m., Hampden 10.10 a.m., arriving Oamaru 11.3 Jun„ and Racecourse aI. 11.25 a.m. Will std[p at Ravensbmirne, Port. Chalmers Upper, Waitati. 'SeaelifE, Waikouaiti, Paimerston, and Mnmpdeu only. Special Express Train will leave Oamaru at 6.25 p.m., Hampden 7.15 p.m.. Palnienst.cn 7.50 p.m., Waikouaiti 3.12 p.m., Scarijfl 8.39 ];. m., Waitati 8.58 p.m., arriving Dunedin 9.51 p.m. Will stop si Harnndon, Palnwrston, Wailcouuiti, Seaelifl', Waitati, Port C'r.lmer.s Upper, and Ravensboume only. SPECIAL TRAINS FOR. THE RACECOURSE will leave Oamaru -it 11.15 a.m. nnil 12.10 p.m. Train will leave iheß*eecour*o for Oamaru at 5.5 C! (p.m. FARES iincluding admission u> com*e): First class, 2s; second, Is 9d (Single, or Return). Ordinary Ticket■- will noi be available by Kjroial trains 10 Racecourse. The t win usually leaving Oamsni for Timaru and WaimMe. Branch at 3.50 p.m. will NOT leave until 6.0 p.m. The train usually leaving Oamani for Kt.row aI- 4.10 p.m. will NOT leave until 6.25 p.m., and will run through to Hakaiiiiamea. The afternoon irains io Timaru and Kurow will stop opposite ihc Raeeeourse to pick up p:is,veugt-rs. SPECIAL TRAIN FOR CHRTSTCHURCH wilt leave Oaiuniu at 7.5 p.m., Timaru arrive. 9.5 p.m.. Christchurclt arrive 1.5 a.m. Tuesday. Will taka passenger* from Oamaru tor Tiivaru and s,talious thereof onlv. XG APARA AND TOKARAHI BRANCHES. —The train usually leaving- Oamaru for N<ri-para iii.d Toka'rahi Branches si, 4.15 p.m. wii! A'OT lftive until 6.10 p.m., nr Nguparu. at 7.42 p.m. .md Tokarahi at 8.20 p.m. OAMARU - PALMKRSTON - DUNEDIN. Tlie train leaviug Oania.ru for Dunedin at 7.40 a.m. will leavn Waiareka, at 7.52 a.m., Mtiheno 8.12 a.m.. Herbert 8.27 a.m.. Hampden 5.51 a.m.. arriving Palmei-slon 9.30 a.m.. thence as usual. The train usually leaving PuliiH-rston ft>r Oamaru at 6.55 a.m. will NOT leave until 7.55 a.m., Hampden. 9.0 a.m.. Herbert 9.37 a.m., Maheno 10.5 a.m., Oamaru arrive 10.48 a.ni The t.r;iin um;.ally leaving Oamaru for Paimersion at 4.45 T'-'ii. will NOT leave nil 6.45 p.m., Herbert 7.46 p.m., Hampden 8.15 p.m., Palmerston arrive 9.15 p.m. RACES AT GORE.' SPECIAL EXPRESS TRAIN FOR GORE will leave Dunedin 8.5 a.m., Cavcneham 8.13 a.m., Mosgiei 8.30 a.m., Waihola 8.59 ft.ui., Milton 9.20 a.m., Stirling 9.50 a.m., Balchrthtt 10.0 a.m., arriving Core 11.44 a.nn Will stop at C«vel»wai, Mosgiei. Millon. liOTflll'a ]!lat, Benhar, Stirling, Balclutha, and Waiwera. Return train will leave Cure at 7.0 p.m., Balohitho. 8.38 p.m., Milton 9.17 p.m., Mos°iel 10.3 p.m., arriving Dunedin 10.25 p.m. ; Will stop at Waiwera, Balclutha, SSuriiiiff, liar, Milton, Moegicl, and Csverriiiiin. j HOLIDAY EXCURSION" BUCKETS. j Holiday EicurMon TSckete from Dunedin and station* noma thereof to Oam«ni and intenuediate siattom (racofcjrting HUJgrova, bv UP MAIL train leaviirg Dun*lm at 6-0 a.m. The UP MAHj train leaviitff Dunadin at 8.0 a.m. will NOT take pa«ene«r* for Waitati. Holiday Excuraioa TiekeU from PaiuMawiion and stations south thereof, to I>u*jedin and station* will not be available by Down Express train arriving Dunediii at CO p.m. Holiday Krcur4iun Tiekata to Cora from Dunenlin. Oavfirehani, MoafleL, Mtltou, Stirling, and Balclutha. will NOT be amilabla l>v the Down Mail train leaving Dunedin al 8130 a.m. TUESDAY, 27« i OOW3BBR. Train will leavo Palmaraioo for Duuadtu At 5.0 a.m.. Waikouaiti 558 s.m., SaaoUS 5.58 a.m., Waitati 6-23 a.m., Pnimlwunii «.*4 a.m.. Port Ohalmers Upper 7.0 a.m., arriving; Duneidin at 7CJS4 a.m. Will atop at trtmtion* Port Chalmens Upper to Pislltihfet Bay inclußivo to allow paßßMigexa to alight only. Goods Sheds at Dunedin, Port Chajmari, and Oamaru will be CLOSED oft MONDAY, 26th October. By Oiiiftrt nftrXß 'Star' Garden Annual, specially X written to " coif) lookl rsqurrementa; practical notes and answer* to qtiostioua on gardening. One shillinj, *U booksiil«r»»
Page 5 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 15631, 23 October 1914
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