AMUSEMENTS. QUEEN’S THEATRE. PERPETUAL PICTURE PALACE. To-day. 11.30 a.m. till 10.30 p.m. Your Last Opportunity of Witnessing our 'Boom Programme, headed by A TRAPPER'S MISTAKE, And a Mognilincnt Supporting Array. ONE PRICE TO ALL PARTS; ADULTS. SIXPENCE. ■ CHILDREN. 3d. QUEEN'S THEATRE. MONDAY NEXT (LABOR DAY). MONDAY NEXT (LABOR DAY). 10 a.m. till 10.30 p.m. The Sight of a- Lifetime. A Superb Naval Spectacle, ORDERS UNDER SEAL 2.000 People 2,000 People 2.000 People 2,000 People Were turned away in Wellington daily and nightly, unable to find accommodation to view this colossal achievement, which is entirely different from any other. THE PERFECT PHOTO PLAY, THE PERFECT PHOTO PLAY, 6,000 ft. 6.000 ft. ORDERS UNDER SEAL, ORDERS UNDER. SEAT,, A Continuous Film Mo we!. A Wonderful Picture, which, foe sustained interest, magnificent photography, unique original effects, and real human acting, surpasses all melodramatic productions. ORDERS UNDER SEAL, A Drama tin Six Mighty Reels) of True Lovo and Intrigue, Plot, Counterplot, Downfall of Vice, and Triumph of Virtue. ORDERS UNDER SEA L. Demonstrating ibc, Wisdom of LORD KITCHENER'S METHODS, And the Value of Secrecy in War. There is no "just as good, - ’ and all Dunedin will be talking about this wonderful film din ing the forthcoming week. PRICES AS USUAL. Remember, we open at 10 o’clock a.m., and run continuously ti!! 10.30 p.m. Bring the Children in the Morning and avoid the, afternoon and nightly crush. Musselburgh Presbyterian church. SALE OF WORK, WEDNESDAY, 28th, and THURSDAY, 29th October. 1914, In Coronation Hall, St. Kilda. Opening Ceremony bv Mayor of St. Kilda, WEDNESDAY. 2.45 p.m. Magnificent Collection of Goods, Useful and Ornamental. Numerous Attractions for Old and Young. Splendid Miscellaneous Programme in Character Both Evenings. Afterneons. 2.45 to 5.30, Free. Evenings, 7to 10, Adults, 6d. Children 3d. iOWN HALL, PORT CHALMERS. TUESDAY EVENING, 271! i. GRAND PATRIOTIC CONCERT Bv the DUNEDIN ORPHANS' CLUB In Aid of BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. ADMISSION: 2s and Is. MARINE EXCURSIONS. LABOR DAY HOLIDAYS. MAGAN DREWS, COMPANY BAY, BROAD BAY. AND POBTOBELLO. T.p.s. WAIREKA and t.s.s. AVAIKANA will run as follows;--SATURDAY, 24th OCTOBER, 1914. Leave Dunedin, 10 a.m., 2.30 p.m., 6.30 p.m , " ;: T0 p.m. Leave Portobeilo, 7.30 a.m.. 12.30 p.m., 5 p.m., 7.45 p.m. * Special trip; fare. Is single. SUNDAY, 25th OCTOBER, 1914. Leave Dunedin, 10 a.m., 2.30 p.m., 6.20 p.m. Leave Portobeilo, 8 a.m., 12 noon. 5 p.m. LABOR D.\V, 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 Portobeilo, 6.20 a.m., 7.50 a.m., 11.45 a.m. (direct). 12.30 p.m., 4 p.m., 6.15 p.m. Return Faros: Adults Is 6d, Children 6d. Concession Tickets not available on Holidays. The peninsula ferry company, LIMITED. Telephone 1,486. Got Retdy for the Summer Holidays! IF YOU HAVE A LYRIC-PHONE” AND' SOME RECORDS You arc equipped with a supply of Music for all the Picnics, Camps, Yachting Parties, and Holidays of the Summer Season. The " Lyricphone" is the Mouotony-banishcr. It is the Wonder Box of Music. Have you seen 'it ? IE not, please call and inspect the new Briti.sh-nmlc Cabinet Models, with silent motors, long-wind gear. etc. Prices from £3 10s. DOUBLE-SIDED RECORDS arc now obtainable. Hundreds of these are 3s 6d each. A £5 note, will buy you a complete outfit cf a compact- ..ad portable kind. Catalogues of “ Lyriephoiics ” and Records free on application.
IHAS. EEGU AND CO.. LTD. Lvriephone and Gramophone Depot, PRINCES STREET. TO LET. TO LET, DI’NDAS STREET, 4 Rooms, 15? mew luni..\ modern). ATHOL I’LACK, 3 I Rooms. 8?. HOPE ROAD, N.E. Valiev. 4 Rooms, 9s. DALMBNY STREET, N.E. Valley, 5 Rooms and 2-rooincd Cottage, 9s. SAL SON, AUCTIONEER. fITO LET, 4-roomed Dwelling, Begg- sired, ;JL Roslyn, 8s; 4 and 7-roonicd Dwellings, near railway station. Ravcmhonme. all conveniences, 7s 6(1 and 13s; 13-roomed Dwelling (iwo-story), boarding-house. 84 Hanover sired, £1 10 s: Shop and 5 Room?, Circa I Kin," street, 17s 6d: 7-roomed Dwelling', all conveniences. 52 Onslow 'street, St. Clair, 15?; 3, 5, 6. and 7-roomcd Houses, central, low rentals. A;pply Public Trust, Office. OFFICES and Sample Booms, small and large; very central; very low rentals. Hooper, 52 Crawford street. .“'-ROOMED House To Lot; every convcniO -.'lice; b. and <:. Apply 534 Castle | street. j mo LET, Six-roomed House, Silverstream, I X Whare. Flat. Apply R. Leislmian, North Taieri. fllO LET. 3-roomed Coil age; rent 9s. ApJL ply 415 d Cumberland street. mo LET, 3-roonie:t Cottage, 168 Castle X street. .Rent 7s 6d. mo LET, 4-vooined House (89 Maitland X. si red); rent 6s per week. Appiv No. 81. _ _ _ ‘ rffTO LET, 4-roomed House (sewered, good X green), near railway station; Bs. Apply 33 Athol place. mo LET, Furnished and Unfurnished X Room-, fireplaces, nil conveniences; central. Apply 18 Cargill street. mO LET, comfortable, 4-roomed House. Kt. J. Kihk; all convenience?. Apply 47 Driver sired. mo LET, Two Loose-boxes; good yard. X Apply Fldclier Bros.. Kensington. SUITE of Dentist’s Booms (in constaut occupancy for last 10 years), over Reddell'?. Stuart street; completely fitted electricity, water, gas. E. Roberts, or Mathsson, on the premises. 4 -ROOMED House; conveniences; workshop ; good frith. garden. Apply 260 Main road, N.E. Valley. DHOP. Room; electric, convenience: grand lO opening for dressmaker: next Luscombe's; 11s. 49 Reid road, South Dunedin. mo LET. 5-rooiued Dwelling, all conven l '- X cnees, Helena street, Dunedin b-oulh; 13c-. Taverner, .South Dunedin. mo LET (19 Serpentine avenue), comfortX able 4-roomed House: conveniences; rent 14? wekiy. Brvanl. agent. Octagon.. mo LET (432 King -ircel), comfortable 5X roomed House; drained; rent 14s weekly. Bryant, agent. Octagon. TO LET (9 Brown street), modern House, 7 vc-onus: every convenience, lovely view; 25? weekly. Bryant. ■ mo~Llv r r7 4-rcomcd House and Stable?. X Apply 44 Council street, bit. Kilda. T'AVO-ROOMEdT” Passage. etc.: renovated throughout: Shaddock range; large, sunny yard; 7o 6d; frontage. 54 Frederick | street. j BRIGHTON. —Wanted (after New Year), i Hon»e (3 or 4 r-onis, furnished). Par- 1 tieulars “ Zembla." ‘Star’ Office. j mO LET. modern 5-rcomecl House, fur- j X nished (every convenience; beautiful garden), N.E.Y.: -almost on car line. Further particular? “Furnished,” ‘Star’ Office.^, TO LET, new 5-rcomed House: bathroom, Ecitl.et-y, h.e.. every convenience. 21 Clark street. Morniugton. TO LET (vicinity Princes street smith), convenient' 6-voouied Home. Addrt-*? “Moderate,.Terms;/’ 'Stai’’ Office. t
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