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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 15633, 26 October 1914
AMUSEMENTS, JSpW . QUBE£S THEIRS. PERPETUAL PICOT&E PALACE. - To-day: 10 a.'m. till 1.0.30 p.m. SPECIAL LABOR DAY ATTRA.CTPION. A New Star of Mi>hfr «uis Majrnifcwfa. A Striking Departure in Film. Drama*. An Electric. English and American Success. The Sight of a Lifetime. A Superb Naval Spectacle, OBDEKS UNDEII SEAL 2,000 People 2,000 People 2,000 People 2,000 People Were turned away in Wellington daily and nightly, unable t-o And accommodation to view this colossal achievement, which is entirely different, from any other. THE PERFECT PHOTO PLAY, THE PEHFECT PHOTO PLAY, 6,000 ft. 6,000 ft. ORDERS UNDER SEAL, OBDEKS UNDER SEAL. A Continuous Film Marvel. •A Wonderful Picture, which, for sustained interest, magnificent photography, unique original effects, and veal human acting, surpasses all melodramatic productions. ORDERS UNDER SEAL, A Drama (in Six Mighty Reels) of True Love and Intrigue. Plot. Counterplot, Downfall of Vice, and Triumph of Virtue. ORDERS UNDER SEAL, Demonstrating the Wisdom of LORD KITCHENERS METHODS, And the Value of Secrecy i» War. There is no " juet as good," and all Duhedm will be talking about this wonderful film during the forthcoming week. Remember, To-day we opened at 10 o'c'.ock a.m. and run continuously till 10.30 p.m. ONE PRICE TO ALL PARTS: ADULTS, SIXPENCE; CHILDREN, 3d. MEETINCS. ASTRONOMICAL BRANCH, OTAGO INSTITUTE. NNUAL MEETING will be held at p.m., when Paper will be raid on 'Southern Variable Stars." Business- To receive reports aud elect office-bearers. ■» ALEX. MEGGET, Hon. Secretary. FFICES) and Sample Rooms, small and V-P large; very central; v*ry. low rentals. Hooper, 52 Crawford street. f -ROOMED House To Let; every convemk) ence; hj. autl c. Apply 534- Castle street. LET, comfortable 4-roomed House. St. Kilda; all conveniences. Apply 47 Driver street. OIX Rooms, St. Clair; sunny; electric light; sewered; beautifully finished v wav. P.O. Box 595. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. TACKSON'S Private Hotel, Dowling street, <J Doner 12 till 2; Tea, Sto 7; Socials and Parties catered lor; committee room. First-class Accommodation VjsitorsGLADSTONE HOUSE, Moraj visitors; personal s-upervision. Moss unci nr-Pheriou. RANTED, young Man Boarder in privatc family; every convenience: handy boat sheds, tram. " Address "Boat Sheds," 'Star.' | AUCTION^. j TUESDAY, 27tU OCTOBER, j At 2 o'clock. |On Premises, No. 159 York place, City | (corner vi Albert street). Instructed by the Owner (who is leaving bunediu). HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. ! On View Mcming of Sale. ' -TJ»ARK. REYNOLDS. LIMITEP, I will sell bv auction, WALNUT AND TAPESTRY SUITE, Wicker Easy Chain", Couch, Wall Minor, Chiffonier, Carpet and Rug:-, Dinner Set., Austrian Chair?. DINING ROOM FURNITURE. Linoleum, Brasg-numntcd Bedsteads, Be<s» dmg, Napery, Commode, Toilet Chests, Wtishstands. and General Bedtocm Furniture. j Kitchen Fnrnii-ure and Utensils, Carpenter's Tools. Steps. Set Washiubs, etc. WEDNESDAY, 28lh OCTOBER, I At 2 o'clock. I At- Rooms, 221 Princes street, j HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, I (UK PIANO 'Broadwoud, White, and Co.). OAK MTRROR-BACK SIDEBOARD. j BEDROOM FURNITURE, LADIES' AND GENTS' BICYCLES, GARDEN ROLLER. ALEX. HARRIS AND CO. are instructed to k?I1 by auction, at their Rooms, Fui-]i:i:r.e. etc.. including—'Bookcsae aiii.l chiffonier, couches, wicker chair*, pictures, Ausf'rinn chairs, earpels, rugs, cushions. linoleums, papery, crystal, fenders and irons, palm stands, double and single ,-brass-mounted bedstead?, wire; and dock innttresse-s, '.lucltfsse pairs, ducbexse chests, 5-di.iwei' chests, bedroom ware, red pine mirror wardrobe, shakedowns, sundiy kitchen fnrniiiiro and uicusils. crockery and glass warp, sisp-s d' mantalpleccs. -pair p. s, plate glass, 2 r.p. iji glasses, half-platf WEDNESDAY. 28ih OCTOBER, At 2 o'clock sharp. MONSTER SALE. BY AUCTION. IN DOWNSTAIRS ROOMS, i HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, GOODS, snd i CHATTELS j (AH in lirst-class order). i REMOVED FROM Islington street. N.E. | Vailcy. for convenience of sale. i MASSIVE WALNUT UPRIGHT GRAND i PIANO (first-cUus instrument; Charles Bcgg and Co.), WALNUT-COLOR BEDROOM SUITE, ! MAGNIFICENT 9-PIECE CROMWELL j DINJNG ROOM SUITE. HEAVILY CARVED .one of the best. Suites ' we have ever h;:d in our Rooms). j QUAINT 6-PIECP HALL DUTCH SUITE (Massive. Heavy D.I. Bed); ' SINGER- SEWING MACHINE, JAMES SAMSON ANP CO. f have been favored with instructionsom Mr Oilman to sell by auction, in theii j Roam*, Dowling etreet. the whole of hi' Furniture of 5-ROOMED HOUSE, wliicl I includes—- ] SPLENDID WALNUT PIANO, I SADDLEBAG SUITE, MASSIVE g-PIF.CE LEATHER SUITE, Heavy Oak Sideboard. Beautiful Axminstt r Carpet, Pictures. Ornaments, Crystal, E.P. Ware, Mirror, Dining Room Table, Armchairs, EXTENDING DINING TABLE, i Fenders. Brasses, Cirtnins and Curtain Poles, i 8-DAY STRIKING CLOCK, bi~ os*orrmem. j Pot Plants, Leather Couch, Books, D.T. : Bods, OAK Wood Bed, Oak Duchesse Pai>, I Duchesse Chests, Washctands, BLANK | BEDDING, SHEETS, Wardrobe (3ft 6in). : Bedroom Cabiiuts, Kitchen Utensils, MEAT | SAFE, Dresser. Crockery, Kettles, Poi>, I Pans, Garden Tqo'.;;, LA\YS MOWBB, ] Mangle, Ccpper Boiler, Jam "Bottles, 6 JJfHD | CAGES, etc.. etc. j ON VIEW MQRMNG OF SALE. NO RESERVE. WEDNESDAY. 28d) OCTOBER, At 1 o'clock. On the Premises. 590 Castle street (near Dundas street). In Estate of late Margaret Davidson. HOUSEHOLP FURNITURE. PIANO, ETC. DM. S P E D D I N G • is instructed to sell by auction, on the premises. 590 Castle street, on wejijcpdsi.v nert, at 1 o'clock. The whole of the Household Furniture, consisting of— Valuable upright grand wulnut piano, dining room suite jn leather, dming table, bookcase, mahogany sideboard, Brussels and Axnunsier carpets, Chesterfield sofa, rattan and fancy chairs, duchesse cheat*, wardrobes, chests drawers, bedstead*, beddimj. linoleums, stair carpet, picture, book*, e.n. wafe, chjnawarß, kitchen ut«ntuf. lawn msiser, wringer, njapple, garden took, etc, ?tc.V"etc. " • >Vithout Peeerre. - m: ■ X * PRINT alpdesisaptioia* oT£l|6C and when so direfete/1 hand orer"jfie atn«i'to thfe" 'Star" Riiiihers fcf DiiiribittJon mfik **■*- 'Star,' which is -lelivarel at house in the City and Suburbs, «xd abo
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