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Page 7 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 15632, 24 October 1914
AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENT*, JJ AtWASDS’, OCfAGO X. Lut Screening - TO-NIGHT. Kindly be Seated before 8 o’clock. B.o—Overture Orchestra B.3—Gaumont Graphic Wap New* B.l3—Breeding 'Horses Splendid B.23—Belaying a Railway Interesting B.29—Hie Burden Convict Story B.46—Bunny’s Scheme It’S Funny Extra—Louvain and Auckland Forces. 9.l2—Free Lauds of HArney Good 9.lß—Story Of the Widow Pattern 9.35 —A Whirlwind of Fun. MABEL AT THE WHEEL. SI alls. 6d; Circle, Is: RCfr., Is 6d. Reserve by ’Phone 3.091 to-night. A Y W A R D S’. OCTAGO N. MONDAY. MONDAY. MATINEE, at 2.30. MATINEE. CHILDREN, 3d and 6d. ADULTS, 6d. MONDAY EVENING. A Mexican War Drama, la 5,800 ft of Wonder Film, to Stirring Music bv Orchestra. PHOTOGRAPHED UNDER FIRE, On Actual Battlefields of Mexico. Episodes in the Tragic, Thrilling, Tremendously Exciting. Romantic life of general villa, LIFE OP GENERAL VILLA, From Oul law to President. GRAND SUPPORT SUBJECTS. Stalls. 6d; Circle, Is. Plan at Octagon, or 'phone 3,091, UR'ALEX A N D E R, BURNS HALL. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 29. at 8.15. 1. (a) Fantasia in C minor Bad; (b) Rhanscdy in G minor, Ofp. 79, No. 2 Brahms 2. (oi Barcarolle, Op. 00 Ohcpni (hj) Nocturne, No. 9. Op. 32, No. 1 Chopin ic) Study Op. 10, No. 2. C minor, ‘ Revolutionary' Chopin 3. (a) ‘Reflets dans Frau,’ from ‘lmages,’ Book 1 Debussy (b) • LTslc Joyeuse ' DebusSy 4. Chaconne Bach-Busom 6. («) Conceit. Study. Op. 5, No. 1 Rosenbloom ib) Prelude. Op. 16. No. 4 ... -Scriabine ic) Poem, Op. 32, No. 2 Scriabine 6. (n) Studv in 0, Op. 19. No. 8 ... Poldini dt) Lesghinka. from Op. 11 ... Linpounow Box Office at; O. Begg and Co.’s. Reserved Seats, 4s; Unreserved, 2s 64 and is. THE NEW ZEALAND PATRIOTIC SONG! ‘OUR TERRITORIALS.’ < OUR TERRITORIALS.’ ■ OUR TERRITORIALS.’ ■ OUR TERRITORIALS.’ THE NEW CHORUS MARCH SONG FOR THE PEOPLE OF MAOBILAND. Word* bv H. S B. Ribbands: Music by A. R. Don (late of Dunedin). When vou have an Evening of Patriotic Music in your home you should give a place to this New Zealand song. Fuil of verve and spirit. Get your copy early. The Song for those who have relations away wijh the Expeditionary Forces'. Price. 2s: Post Free, 2s Id. £JHAS. BEGG AND CO., Headquarters for Music, PRINCE'S STREET. LTD., J-JIS MAJESTY’S THEATRE. Direction B. J. CARROLL. ONLY TWO MORE PERFORMANCES. TO-NIGHT and MONDAY EVENING. 'the World-famous Magicians LEROY, TALMA, AND BOSCO, LEROY, TALMA, AND BOSCO, LEROY, TALMA, AND BOSCO, In a Series of Wonderful, Sensational Mysteries. Enthusiastic Rrr-fcpticu of die Famous Patriotic IliusiSTiary Tableau, entitled ‘TO THE GLORY OF FRANCE,’ Symbolising the Rejuvenation of France and the Triumph of the Triple Entente. These Famous Necromancers are Supported by NOVEL SPECIALTY ACTS. Popular Prices: 3s, 2s, la. NO EARLY DOORS. Box Plan arrangements for Monday; Plan available until 12 noon at. Jaoobs’s, and at the Theatre all Monday afternoon. Booking Fee, I*. THE RING’S' T HEATHS. PULLERS’ CONTINUOUS PICTURES. 6.3O—EVERY EVENI NO .—6.30. LOUVAIN. LOUVAIN. THE NAME WILL NFA'ER DIE. The Belgian Lancers. The Burning HtfuSe*. What Happened to the Innocent Peasant*. THE SPLENDID NORDD3K DRAMA, AS YOU SOW, The Life Story of a Ueurer. A Powerful Photo-Drama, Magnificently Staged. Full of Exciting and Dramatic Situations. A Very Human Story. Magnificent Supporting Subject*. ADULTS, 6d. CHILDREN, 34. An Instrument Much Favored by Young Ladies! “LA FOLEY” MANDOLINS (British-made). For a long time the manufacture of Mandolins was confined exclusively to the Continent, Iml of lute years a British firm has undertaken iheir construction, and the result is that the “LA FOLEY” MANDOLIN is probably in every respect a finer instrument than aiiy tmneM "out on the Continent. It is made on an entirely new and scientific principle, which increase* both quality and power and sustains the vibrations double the time of the ordinary make. “LA FOLEY ” MANDOLIN, in Rosewood, 15 Purfled Ribs, Tulip Wood Holder, Raised Escutcheon. Pearl Iniaid. 56s 6d. Hilo, Very Handsome, with Enclosed Machine Head, S7s fid. Cases may be had at 8s 6d and 18* fid each. CIIAS. BEGG AND CO., LTD Headquarters for Musical. Instruments, PRINCES STREET.
OTAGO LABOR DAY ASSOCIATION. TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL CELEBRATION, TO BE HELD AT EVANSDALE ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 26. Trains leave Dunedin 9.50 a.m. *nd 10.10 a.m., returning from Ev<**»da!e 5 p.m. «nd Hot Water and Milk Provided Free. Plenty of Toys and Lollies for the Children. HIGHLAND DANCING, RUNNING, WALTZING OOMPRTITION, Etc., Etc. RETURN FARE; Adults 2s 6d, Children Is 3d. The 10 10 a.m. train will atop at Upper Port Chalmers. J, THOMSON. Secretary, . 6 Jones street, Dunedin. GOII E RACING CLU B. SPRING MEETING, MONDAY and TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26 and 27. 1914. SOUTHLAND’S POPULAR RACING FIXTURE. BEST COURSE AND APPOINTMENTS IN SOUTHLAND. Special Train leaves Dunedin at 8.5 a.m. on Monday, arriving Gore 11.44;" returning, leaving Gore at 7 p.m.. arrive Dunedin 10.25 A GOOD DAY'S OUTING IN PLEASANT SURROUNDINGS. J. LA’iH A SI, Secretary. “THE DAYS O’ AULD LANG SYNE.” HALLOWE’EN. GARRISON HALL. FRIDAY, 30th OCTOBER. CUSTOMS O' AULD LANG SYNE REVIVED. Come aml Hear Meg Mcrrilccs SpeyiV Fortunes. Her Cracks wi’ Uncle John and TTm-le Sandy. Laddies Bookin’ for Aipplcs. Lassies and 1/ads Dancing Anld Couniry Dance. MUSICAL PROGRAMME. Miss Ala lie! Esquilani, Air W. Q. Oemmcll. Violin, Mr L. Swan. Hi git laird Dancing. Alies Flora M'Donaid. Ticket* may be obtained from Members of Burns Club Committee. PRICE: 2s and Is. T. I/>UDON, President. KING EDWARD TECHNICAL COLLEGE. OPENING OP BUILDING TO THE PUBLIC. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28th, to SATURDAY, 31it. Hour:-.; 2.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m., and 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. ENTERTAINMENTS AND SALE OF GOODS. DISPLAY OF STUDHNTS’ WORK* PRACTICAL CLASSES IN OPERATION. INCLUSIVE CHARGE: AFTERNOON®, 6d; EVENINGS, I*.
BOARD AND RESIDENCE. JACKSON’S Private Hotel, Dtrtrhng street, Dinner 12 till 2; Tea, 5 to 7; Socials md Parties catered for; committee room. First-olui Accommodation Visitors. . (~S LADSTONB HOUSE, Moray place JT ('phone 2,lßo).—Beat, Accommodation visitors; personal supervision. Moss and MTlierson. •snSTANTBI), Board and Residence, south ▼ T of Post Office, in private family, f Address Verity?,” * Star 5 Office. W "ANTED, young Man Boarder in private family: every eonvenienoe; handy boat sihcd*,' tram. Address “Boat Shed*,” ‘ Star.’ AtJACANCY for Boarder or Room To Bet; \ fireplace; moderate terms. 575 Cum.- [ herland street, near Albany street. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. A N 1) RE W R U SSK 1. L, -C* date with Thomson, Bridget-, ami Co), ACCOUNTANT, 32 UPPER ALBANY .STREET. Books Written Up. Balance-sheets Prepared. Accounts and Rents Collected. ’Phone 2.257. TH. WALKER, LAND AND ESTATE . AGENT. £SOO. A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY. £SOO. FOE SALE, in op a of the best town* in the North Ilknd, A First-class JEWELLERY AND BUSINESS- The shop is beautifully fitted up, has a splendid connection, and is completely stocked with a fpecialiy-ialacted range of good*. .As the proprietor hj«» for special reasons to leave the district, to has placed a very low figure on the business. Finance can be arranged on easy terms. Full particulars on application to J. H. WALKER. Empire Buildings. IJAPER (or Wrapping-up For Sale. Apply .1 • fciw ’ Bona street.
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