DON'T MISS THIS. THE ING'S JHEATRE, FULLERS' CONTINUOUS PICTURES. 6.3O—EVERY EVENING.—6.3O OUR GLORIOUS PROGRAMME. Positively Scintillates with Brilliant Humor. A SPA NEILSEN UP TO HER TRICKS. ASTA NEILSEN X7P TO HBR TRICKS. ASTA NEILSEN UP TO HER TRICKS. __ Something out of the Ordinal?-. Surely you get your money's worth. ONE OF TOE BEST. TO-NIGHT.—WAR NEWS—TO-NIGHT. TURCOS. ZOUAVES. SERVIANS. BARBED WIRE ENTANGLEMENTS. At Aldershot for the German Prisoners. MAGNIFICENT WAR SETUES. JAPANESE OFF KIAU-CHAU. Right Up to Dtite. Come along and see our WONDERFUL PROGRAMME. UNSURPASSED IN THIS CTTY. Wo assure vou that we have, ONE OF THE BEST PROGRAMMES Ever Submitted to Picture Patrone. BRIGHT—BREEZY—BRILLIANT. ADULTS, 6d. CHILDREN. 3<? BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS. BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS. The World-famous Scotch Character Comedy, TUB SUCCESS OF THREE CONTINENTS. JJIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE, Commencing MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9. FOR SIX NIGHTS ONLY. MATINEE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER I*. The unprecedented success of ' Bunty Pulls the- Strings' is one of the romanoeg of tia English-speaking stage. Us fame lias preceded it, to New Zealand. Most travellers from this country have seen it, and everyone who has is telling his friends to be sure and not miss tho delightful evening's entertainment it affords. E. J. CARROLL, In conjunction with J. C. WILLIAMSON, LTD., J Presents Mr and Mrs GRAHAM MOFFAT And their COMPLETE COMPANY OF SCOTTISH PLAYERS, In Graham Moffat's Play of Humor, BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS. BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS. Thci'c has new been such competition among theatrical managers for a, play as ir the case, of 'Bunty Pulls the Strings.' The universality of its appeal was responsible for this. 'Bunty' played to record business at the Haymarket Theatre, London, for 16 months. New York crowded to if, for 14 month;;. Twelve companies played it simultaneously in England, Scotland, Ireland, Ui.ited States, and Canada. Reserved, Seats, ss; Unreserved, 3s. 2s, Is. BOX PLANS OPEN AT THE DRESDEN THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5. AUCTIONS. FRIDAY, 30:h OCTOBER. SALE BY AUCTION. At 2 o'clock, AT ROOMS, DOWLING STREET. VERY HEAVY AXMINKTER, CARPET SQUARE, OAK HALL STAND (MIRROR BACK). TABL*: (-OVER. COPPER SUITE. OAK SIDEEOARD (QUAINT DESIGN) DINING ROOM EXTENSION TABLE. Etc . JAMES SAMSON AND CO. hivo been, favored with iii&t.ruelions u sell by auction, at their Rooms, Ijowling stieet, a brge catalogue, of Household Flirn:turc, etc., iucluding— Extending dining tables, Jubilee chairs leather (hairs .Mid couches, pot. stands, ilotvej fowls, UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO,' ornaineirts, overmantels, curtains, curtain poles and liftings, sengra.s* chains, v.p. rugs. v.p. lable rorers. OAK SIDEBOARD (MIRROR BACK. RECESS FRONT), heavy linoleums pictures- - . paintings. t-.p. ware, cutlery. :-atvcd tables and chairs, sideboards, carpet unnere. passage linoleums, slip mats, door mats, d.i. bed.-, f.i. beds, wood beds, OAK BEDS, wire ma! tresses, kapok mattresses. lode ma-iLressc-v stretchers, shakedowns, -beet?. blankets, brdding, washetands. jhosts of drawers, DUCHESSE PAIRS, mir•or?, chcvals, kitchen furniture, FIREPROOF ?AFE, cooking utensils, etc., etc. LECTURES. THEOSOPIIICAL SOCIETY. | IXTUHE BY MISs C. W. CHRISTIE SUBJECT: 'AFTER DEATH STATES/ Ordinary Man: Drunkard and Fensualif-t: 'iviseetor and Suicide: Matcriitlirt and Re gious Bigot: Aged Ma.n and Little. Child: L>evc!opod Man or Saint. WEDNESDAY, 8 p.m.. THEOSOPHICAL HALL, DOWLI.VG STREET. MNAL LECTURE. COVERHMENT NOTICES NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. UIRISTCHURCH SHOW AND RACES, 7th to 14th NOVEMBER. EXCURSION FARES. HOLIDAY EXCURSION TICKETS will . be issued as under: From all Stations south of CLINTON" >o HRISTCHURCH, 4ih to 12th November. From CLINTON and Stations north of LINTON to CHTt.TSTOHTIRCH, sth to 13th cre/nber. Available fur Return up to and including ATURDAY, 28lh November, 1914. On SATURDAY. 14 th Norembc-r. FECIAL TRAIN will leave CHRIST HURCH for DUNEDIN at 8.0 p.m.. arrivig OAMARU 1.55 a.m. and DUNEDIN €.O in. on Sunday. 'Will Stop where required mih of Oaiiiaru to allow passengers :•> light, Bv Order. PUBLIC SERVICE STORES TENDERBOARD. UPPLY AND DELIVERY OF STORES. WcliitztoJi, 21st October. 1914. SEPARATE TENDERS will be received at J the Office of the Chairman (Governicnt Printing- Offics), not later than 5 p.m. n WEDNESDAY, the 6th January, 1910. :,r the- SUPPLY mid DELIVERY, oif. and , Wellington, of the. undermentioned laferial • 1L2001!> 'Pwine (Italian) l!i,000 Bolts, galvanised, Swanneck, with leather washer 24 Calr.tlagraph Clocks 2,000 Cords, mounted, 4- condiimor 25 tons Salajiwioni'it.', powdered. Tenders must he addressed ift the Chairan, Public Sstvici .Stores Tender Board. Wellington. Delivery of the material is to e made within six months from date, of rcler. Particulars and conditions of tendf----:g may be obtained at the Offices of th». ontrolier of Stores. Post Br.d Te]ejrrap ; i ip.partni.wt, Wellington tho Diririef Bton- - sepcr, Post and_ Telegraph Dc-partmcn:. bristchtrrch, or the Telegraph Engineers at utkland and Duncdin, where samples may ; seen- Tenders niutt be eccompaaied by ic deposit stipulated in the cenditiorm. Tho lowest or any tender will not Jieee*Liily be accepted. J. MAGKAY, Gi&irtnau. 'Star' Garden Annual, the book for the amateur garden*!"; lull cf UUfaL ■<
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