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f AMUSEMENTS. [AYWA RD S' OOTA G0 N\ L AGAIN TO-NIGHT. EXSILY FIRST IN THE UNO. Tho Mexietui War and a Drama from Life in one. Stirri'mr Episodes in the Tragic LIFE OF GENERAL VILLA, LIFE OF GENERAL VILLA, LIFE OF GENERAL VILLA. A REMARKABLE PRODITCTTON. Tho Film, which is 5,800 feet long, must eurely be voted one of the most, extraordinary life stories ever shown in movinjr j pictures. It w.-'S photographed by special arrangement with the famous Mexican, and contains several real tattle scenes, with tho Genera! himself fijiiriiur nroininenth - . AW,, Also. Also, Also, GAUMONT GRAPHIC , War News A. Hall, in the Jungle Scenic Raek to the Simple Life, Comedy .StalX 6d: Circle, Is: Ret-., Is 6d. Seats can to booked at Dresden; after 6.30 p.m. by 'phone 3,091. PIANOFORTE RECITAL at 8.15, I BURNS HALL, I THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29tli. | Box Plan C. Beg" and Co.'?. | Rcsorrcd Seats, 4s; Unreserved, 2s 6d nr.rl Is. THE NEW ZEALAND \ PATRIOTIC SONG! J 'OUR TERRITORIALS.' ' 'Dim TERRITORIALS.' ! 'OUR TERRITORIALS.' 'OUR TERRITORIALS.' I THE NEW CHORDS MARCH SONG FOR ; THE PEOPLE OF MAORILAND. | Words by H. S 13. Ribbands: Music by i A. It. Don (late of Dunedin). 1 When you have an Evening of Patriotic I Music in your homo you should pivo a place New Zealand son<,'. Full of vei it. Get your copy early. The So | for those who have relations away with the. | Expeditionary Forces! : Pri?e, 2f; Port Free, 2s Id. HHAS. BEGG AND CO., LTD., ! Headquarters for Music, I PRINCES STREET. ! CORPORATION WOTICES. I CI r Ti r OF DUNEDIN. i ELECTION OF COUNCILLOR, CENTRAL ; WARD. I OFFICIAL RESULT, i In the matter of " Tho Municipal Corpora - [ tior.s Act. 1908," and of " The Local ! Elections :uirl Polls Act, 1908." ! T HEREBY GIVE PUBLIC .NOTICE that, -*- at the Election of Councillor for Central 1 Ward of the City of Dunedin, to nil nil extraordinary vacancy caused by tho resignation of Councillor A. J. Sullivan, held 'on (he 27'h October, 1914, the persons hereinafter named were candidates, and received the number of votes set. opposite their names respectively—that is to say: JOHN CARROLL 292 votes JOHN LUNN 235 votes Informal 2 votes And I Hereby Declare the said JOHN CARROLL to be duly elected. K. A. JOHNSTON, Substitute Returning Officer. Dunedin, 28th October, 1914. j ELECTION NOTICES. OTAGO EDUCATION BOARD. ! ELECTION OF MEMBER. CENTRAL WARD. ; EXTRAORDINARY VACANOY. IN Aecnrdancn with Section 35 of "The Education Act. 1908," it ,i* hereby l.uliN'.ly notified — 1. That ihee is ONE Member to bo Elcc+ed for the Central Ward. 2. That the follower arc the duly NOMINATED CANDIDATES: T'.rown. Stephen Noble, Maori Hill, (alder, Geo.-ge, North-east, Valley. Maerionald, Elizabeth H. 11.. ' M.A.. Ml)., Dunedin. Wallace, .Tames, Dunedin. Wiikmson, .Limes Henry, Dunedin. o. That tho Election will he held on MONDAY, November 16, 191*, and that the POLL CLOSE'S at 5 o'clock on the afternoon oi that day. S. M. PARE, Ret tuning Officer. Education Other, Dunedin, 27ih October. 1914. ELECTORS OF DUNEDIN WEST. 'W K ' ,L MAGl: " :r: - TIIE PEOPLE'S *' • POPULAR CANDIDATE. A Mar. of Sincoriiy. Coinage, and Intellect, Thi« True and Devoted Friend of Labor ODDFELLOWS' HALL, RATTRAY STREET, TO-MORROW (THURSDAY), 29th TNST.. 3 p.m. \V. E. J. MAGUIEE s-tiands for New Zealand's profrress, the people's rights, our national defence, mid Empire, solidarity. ROLL VP IX FULL FORCE. FRONT SEATS RESERVED FOR LADIES. DUNEDIN' SOUTH ELECTORATE. R T. H. DA ETON. REFORM' CANDI- *.-*- DATE, Will be pleased to meet Ladies ct' Dunedin South at Committee Rooms. 239 .Kintr Edward street, near Town Hall, on WEDNESDAY EVENING, at 7.45; Ladies and Gentlemen of Cavereham at 151 Main South road on THURSDAV EVENING, at 7.45; and of St. Kxda at Council Chambers on FRIDAY EVENING, at. 7.45. A cordial invitation is extended to tlios-.s desirous of assist in;; Mr Dalion during eamPARLIAMFNTARY ELECTIONS. A MEETING of Support or.; of the selects! k- Labor Candidates for Dunedin North ~,.J Dunedin Central (Messrs A. Walker and J. W. Munro) will bo held in the TradeHail, Moray place, on THURSDAY Next, October 29th, at 8 p.m. R. B.REF.X, Secretary, Political Labor Representation Committee. MEETINGS. ! NEW ZEALAND AMATEUR ATHLETIC j; ASSOCIATION. ! OTAGO CENTRE. | '' 'pHE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING <u i A the (Matp Centre N.Z.A.A.A. will be i i told TO-MORROW (Thursday), October 29th. i \ 'i; 8 p.m., in the YMCA. Rooms, Moray . ; ;'.;\cc. ' . Business: fl) Adopiion of Report, and i Statement of Recupis and Expenditure; ;Zi .. Eleftion of Office-bearers; (3) General. j All interested invited. j P. W. BiiEEls, Hon. Secretary. ' 39 Dow!i)';r sir ret. j SEAMEN'S UV'iON. j t SPECIAL MEETING- of il.» Seamen's ' i<l Unmti will he held ?.: i• o O .*>..-> ] j "rawford street, TO-MOIUUnY -.Thursday;, I ij. "■ 30 p.m. Business impo'-Siut- Ah oi»ni>a* reouorded to attend rm-.i bii;ig their :. nek-;. W. BELCHER. '■ DUNEDIN* DANOINCr ACADEMY. ] } OWING- to tho Victoria HaJl being otdior- ' wise engaged on WEDNESDAY, the ' CLASS is to MEI?r on FRIDAY ; Liiis week. [ EXTENDED NIGHT, WEDNESDAY, 4th : November. ; F. DAWSON, Fernhill. ! BOARD AND RESIDENCE. JACKSON'S Private Hotel, Dowling street, , Dianer 12 till 2; Tea, 5 to 7; Sociala \ ' and Parties catered for; committee room. ' J First-class Accommodation Visitors. i l ILADSTONE HOUSE, Moray place _.' ('phone 2,180). —Best Accommodation ; •isitors; personal eupervidou. Moss and ! "i'Plicrson. | ] ' TASTED, by Married Lady engaged jV, . / during day, Board-Residence in pri- ! t r ate family. l: Te"nns," 'Star' Office : j FERNLEIGH House," street j s (off St. Andrew eteet, 3 minutes from he Octagon).—Yocnncy for Boarders; every ■oiivenience; terms uvoeeiftte. ; ' >rtry LEITH STREET (opposite Umver- | s"* I (ity). Piivate Eoatd-lteijidf-aiee; stn- j . *t*^«t-»>w,fc>i

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7, Evening Star, Issue 15635, 28 October 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7 Evening Star, Issue 15635, 28 October 1914