AMUSEMENTS. T A Y \V A K D S' O C T A G O N. . AGAIN TO-NIGHT. BVSTLY FIRST IN THE LAND. The. Mexican "War and a Drama from Life ..Stirring Episodes in tho Tragic LIFE OF GENERAL VILLA, LIFE OF GENERAL VILLA, LIFE OF GENERAL VILLA, A REMARKABLE PRODUCTION. Tbo film, -which is 5,800 ft long-, was screened for the first time last night, and must surety be voted one of the most extraordinary life stories ever shown in moving pictures. It wu.3 photographed by special arrangement with the famous Mexican, and contains several real battle scenes, with the General himself figuring protagtently. Alt-.' V'-o. Also, Also, GAUMONT G Vi'll'TC i War News A "Halt in the .)i;n-le Scenic Bad; to the Simple Lifo Comedy StaF.sy 6d; Circle, Is; Res., lsi 6d. Seats can be booked at Dresden; after 6.30 p.m. by 'phone 3,091. ARTHUR ALEXANDER. BURNS HALL. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, at 8.15. 'Daily Telegraph' (London), 22/10/13.—Mr Alexander ha? n way with him at the pianoforte which compels one's clo.~e.st attention. He appears to feel the true va.uo of every note ho plays, exaggerating nothing, omitting nothing-. London 'Times,' 22/10/13.— To play this programme at. all require- an advanced technique; to play it in such a way that it -minds f-enuinclv musical requires a high decree of intenigencr. Mr Alexander has both. He played the Baeh-Busoni Chocor.ne with a boldness equal to that of ilie arranger. 'Standard.' Loudon.—At his recital last night Mr A.l.tiur Alexander played with that technical finish that has come of lato_ to bo iuseparub'.y associated with him. Besides, there is a spontaneity and vitality about his playing that gives it, an undoubtcdlv strong attraction. ■Fremrlenblatt.' Vienna.—Arthur Alexander is an excellent- pianists whose gills are evident. S.ATE ADVERTISEMENTS. White Aliudiu Blc JD over whito embroidery colla drrv front. 2a lid. lid. and 5s lid. DAINTY White Washing Silk Blouses, plain or with colored collars, buttons, and pipings, from 7s 6d. SEAL Irish Hand-embroidered White jt\> Voiio Blouses, open fi-onts or high c<'>!iar, from lis 6d. T. }lo.-s, importer. ( ~|7|7"ANIEDToS.-il (bargain), Furniture of T* un-to-daie bungalow; owner leaving Olago. Address " Urgent," 'Evening Star.' ■IS7ANTED.— Grey Hair regains its natural V» cojir, brink- hair turns soft and glossy, dandruff, disappears, and falling hair !-•> stnnpcd by using Dr Wilson's Regenerafor ; bottles, *3s 6d. Sole agent: Heudy, hair WANTED Known—Red Cross Oinimeu Iho mighty healer of sores. Keep WANTED, a smart Bo Hank N.Z. Buildings, 100 Princes street. \\f For"Salo. " Apply 'Star' Office, Bond street. IkIaTANTED Known —Ferro-Carnum Beef V? Iron Wine "xt-elici't spring tonic; 3s CVI large bottle. Scott's Pharmacy, 17 Princes street ANTEI) Known—For Gasfitting and VV Plumbing Kepairs ring up C. S. .Tenkins and Co., Dowlins street-. EX'S new Cotswold Sport Suits, 25s 6d. - 6cl, 555, 655; see Octagon window. IV w Zealand Or thing Factory. i/fTEN'S smart Tw?ed Sac Suits, ready to -fi wear, 49 s 61!. 555, 65a, 755. New Zealand Clothing Factory BOYS' Washing 4a lid, 5s lid,' 6:s lid; 'Varsity Knickers, 4s lid, 6s. New Zealand Clothing Factory. EN & smart Raincoats, Evardri make, 70% 77s 6d. New Zealand Clothing Fao 1 >vy. _ "710R medicinal purposes, the toast or the ' I'riHndiy nip—Watson's No. 10 Whisky. •OHOTOGRAPHIC ChemTcafe,! Photographic JL Supplies, Cameras, everything Photographic at Bagley'a photographic importing department. Retail quantities wholesale pi toes. KINGS may bo blessed, but Tam was glorious. So is Black Mackay Whisky i TSS CT/OITGH'S Sale of Ladies' Fancy Work Cl6ses next Saturday; bargains to be cleared. George street. T ADlES'—Miss dough's Sale Closes on 1 « i Saturday; fancy work at clearing ces. Ladies' Depot, ueorjre street. THE Jlasement Eairclressinjr Saloon,'under new management-, everything of the I best. Electric Massaging a ifceoiaity.
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