AMUSEMENTS. THE TING'S TH BATHE i FULLERS' CONTINUOUS PICTURES. v - 6.3O—THIS EVENING—6.3O. ENTIRELY NEW PROGRAMME, ENTIRELY NEW PROGRAMME*. Headed by the '•Star" Comedy, ASTA NEILSEN UP TO HER TRIOKS. ASTA NEILSEN UP TO HER. 'TRICKS. A SPA NEILSEN W Ti» HER TRICKS. ASTA NEILSEN UP TO HER TRICKS. 4,000 ft of Clever Comedy. ONE OF THE BEST. Supported by A MOMENTOUS DECISION Drama THE HAWKESBURY RIVER Scenic TAMING A STEPFATHER Com-xl.v PATHE'S LATEST GAZETTE. Shewing War Happening* at Home. A COLOSSAL BILL. A COLOSSAL BILL. ADULTS, 6d. CHILDREN, 3d. ILAZA nCTUKES : Kinemalography. SONS OF THE SEA, One Half-hour's Instruction. WHY BRITANNIA RULES THE WAVES. WHY BRITANNIA RULES THE WAV This Film is Absolutely New, and Shown for the FIRST TIME in New Zealand. (This Applies to everv picture shown at the Plaza.) SONS OF THE SEA. Shown for Three .SONS OF THE SEA. Days only—To-day, SONS OF THE SEA. Tuesday, and WedSON* OF THE SEA. nesday. H.M. Shins Neptune, Duke of Fdinr '- King Alfred, Black Prince, Iron —Submarines.—l3.s Guns in Action. — Torpedo-boat Destrovers. Also. TEXAS BILL'S LAST RIDE, Great Western Drama. Marion, the. Holy Terror Selijr Comedy The. Man Who Paid A.B. Drama Search. Scientific Detective Comic Also. LATEST ECLAIR. JOURNAL. . Direct from London. Prices: 6d ADULTS: CHILDREN, 3d. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW TUSSORE SILKS OPENED THIS WEEK. BEST VALUE IN DOMINION. 34-35 in wide, Is lid, 2s 6d, 3s 3d, 3k 6d, 4e, 4s lid. Extra heavy weight, for Dust Coals or Costunic!;. 55in. 4s lid yard. ILROY AND SUTHERLAND, 192-200 Prince* street. SHEEP-FARMING PROPOSITION IN SOUTH CANTETMSURY. JI.OR SALE. OR OWNER. WILT, EX- _/ CHANGE FOR TOWN PROPERTY OR SMALL FARM— Property containing 1.650 acres: ihird cultivated, <md in English grass, balance grassed tussock: well watered: t improvements; 4-roomed Cottage, sheds, concrete dip, eu'. Owner in Town for a few days, and will be. pleased to supply particulars. Address " P. 5.." caro of 'Star* Office. SPUING CLEANING. Now that the housewife is again busy, we have some special lines of interest. LINOLEUMS, 2 vards wide, 2s 3d, 3s 9d, 4s 3d, ss. CARPET SQUARES, 15s 6<l, 23s 6d, | 30s, up to 60*. I HEARTHRUGS, Assorted Designs, from 5s lid. I A largo assortment of CASEMENT i CLOTHS, CURTAINS, and WINi DOW NETS. | TXUTHIES, j DRAPERS,' GEORGE STREET. I DUNEDIN. JUST OPEN! JUST OPEN! fTUJE PRINCES STREET HAIRDRESSING ■• SALOON (opp. Bank New South Wales), ! 74 PRINCES STREET. ■ " Trial Solicited. INE." the. Scurf Remover, Wo ;<ro I hlolo Agents for this celebrated Hair Fool. j WASTE PAPER. [TASTE PAPER FOR SALE, ' In Lois to Suit Purchasers. i Apply 'STAR' OFFICE. ELECTION NOTICES. I CITY OF DUNEDIN. I EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY, CENTRAL j WARD. I In tlie matter of the "Municipal Corpara- [ tions Act, 1903." "The Muncipal Oor- | porations Amendment Act. 1910." the ■'lx>cul Elections and Polls Act. 1903." and the "Local Elections and Polls Amendment Apt, 1913." ' HEREBY GIVE PUBLIC NOTICE that the following tieivons have been NOMINATED as COUNCILLOR. FOR CENTRAL WARD in the City of Dtmedin to fill the Extraordinary Vacancy in the City Council caused by the resignation of Archibald James Sullivan as Councillor for Central Ward —viz.. CARROLL. JOHN. LUNN, JOHN. And as more than one candidale has been nominated, Notice is also Horebv Given that a POLL will be taken on TUESDAY, the 27th day of October, 1914, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 7 p.m.. in the following booths —viz.: Garrison Hal', Dowling fiicei. Mission Hall, Walker' street. Mission Hall, Russell street. R. A. JOHNSTON. Substitute Returning Officer. Duuedin. October 20 1914. ELECTION OF COUNCILLOR (Extraordinary Vacancy). TO THE ELECTORS OF CENTRAL WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN—I beg *o intimate- ihat \ am again offering my services to represent you. If favored with your confidence and support, on Election Day (Tu«sday, 27th inst.), I shall do my best t<> deserve and fully justify your trust in me. Yr-tirs faithfully, JOHN LUNN. Telephone 1,305. LIBERAL LEAGUE OF NEW ZEALAND (DUNEDIN BRANCH). A MEETING OF SUPPORTERS of the . LIBERAL CANDIDATE fm- DUNEDIN SOUTH /Mr T. K. Side.v. M.P.) will ba held in the South Punedin Town Hall an TUESDAY Next, 27th inst.. at 8 p.m. 3L R. DOUGLAS, Secretary. LOST AND POUND. LOST, Lady's Fur Necklet at Haywards' Pictures, Frid-.y night. Itewarr} by returning to caretaker. ' OST (Sunday), Gold Bangle, between .J Oban street and Newingtcu. Coward returning to Mr Dow, Roslyn. LOST (between Cavereham and Allandale road, St. Clair), Double CabJe Cliaiii Bangle, with ruby pendiint attaenpd; reward. F. \Vilkin*o», chemist, Cavprsliam. OST, ftnal'i Brown Dog'. Finder pjeese return 32 JJuko street: reward. LQST (betwgip JTwJpr pjagft wrJ station). Brown Purse, containing silver and boat ti;k?.t; reward. Apply & "WflWr pj«te^ Lost (§gtp.rday), Farce!, «mt»m>Pf i»Jt. , «m p- gand'mfl fitflfc f«r«ftf; Ww mi " OST, tt «old Catle B-aHgle, between His J Majesty's find St. Clair car, night; reward. Mrs Burt, Albert 13©u»e, St, JjiOUND, only a icy Shares' available Na; - 3 Group* United Suirr-Bowkef i. Par-
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