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AMUSEMENTS. DON'T MISS THIS. THE RING’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 UP TO HER TRICKS. ASTA NEILSEN UP TO HER TRICKS. Something out of the Ordinary. Surely you got your money's worth. ONE OF THE BEST. TO-NIGHT.—WAR NEWS.—TO-NIGHT. TXIRCOS, ZOUAVES, SERVIANS. BARBED WIRE ENTANGLEMENTS. At Aldershot for the German Prisoner*. MAGNIFICENT WAR SERIES. JAPANESE OFF KIAU-CHAU. Right Up to Date. Come along and see our WONDERFUL PROGRAMME. UNSURPASSED IN THIS CITY. We assure vou that we have ONE OF THE BEST PROGRAMMES Ever Submitted to Picture Patrons. BRIG HT—BREEZY-BRILLIANT. ADULTS, 6d. CHILDREN. 3d. ST. ANDREW’S PRESBYTERIANCHUBOH (Kensington Branch, Bridgman street). (JJ AL E 0 V WO» K, Spleudid Collection of Useful and Ornamental Articles. FRIDAY, 30lh OCTOBER. 19U. Afternoon, 2.30; Evening, 7. IN AID OP BRITISH AND BELGIUM RELIEF FUND. CAVERSHAM WILL HELP. SACRED SONG SERVICE will be Repeated TO-MORROW EVENING, 7.30, in Playfair Street Hall, Caveisham, by Ohoii of 40 voices, under Mr F. C. Martin. Thrilling Story. reading by Mr MT«ennaa. New Hymns, Solos, Quartets, etc. No charge fat admission. Collection in aid of above Punch TO LET. OFFICES and Sample Rooms, small and large; very central; very low rentals. Hooper, 52 Crawford street. nno LET (Reid road, South Dunedin), A Shop; low rent; suitable for bootmaking or dressmaking. Apply within. SUITE of Dentist’s Rooms (in constant occupancy for last 10 years), over Reddell’s, Stuart street; completely fitted electricity, water, gas. E. Roberts, or Mathsson, on the premises. TO LET (51 Maitland street), convenient 5-roomed House. Apply caretaker Hi* Majesty's Theatre. BURKES. —Modern 7 Rooms; gas, hot, cold; garden; rent 20s; terms by arrangement Morgan, Empire Buildings. SIX-ROOMED House, within penny section; good tenant; rent 17s 6d. 51 F.ing Edward street, Kensington. \%f ANTED To” Lei, Rooms. v V High street. TO LET. 4-roomed House (sewered, good green), near railway station; Bs. Apply 33 Athol place. TO LET, 3-roomrd Collage; rent 9s. Apply 415 d Cumberland street. TO LETT (North Dunedin), 4-roomtd Cottage, os; Maeandrews, 4-roonmd Crib, 10s weekly. Skene’s Agency. TO LET (Clyde street), 6-roomed House; hj. and c. water; rent 17s. Apply 17 Hyde street. WANTED " engaged during Hi j day, Comfortably-furnished Sitting and Bed Booms: every convenience. “ Reasonable,” ■ Star ’ Office. mO LET”(l9"Serpentine aVenue)”~oMuf^ortJL able 4-roomtd House; conveniences; rent 14s weekly. Bryant, agent. Octagon. TO LET (432 King "fitreet)7 comfortabTe 5-roomed House; drained; rent 14?. weekly. Bryant, Octagon. TO LET (9 Brown street), modem House, 7 rooms; every convenience; lovely view; 25s weekly. Bryant. TTV) LET, comfortable Room; fireplace, X coalhouse, and conveniences; 5s week. Apply Lawrence’s Store, 238 Castle street. LOST AND FOUND.

lOST, Amethyst-Pear! Pendant and Gold -i Necklet, vicinity High street, Elm row, George street; reward. 502 George street."* LOST, on Sunday (top Waiter street). Gold Medal, htccribrd. Reward returning D. Bannatyne, 120 a Walker street, LOST, Evening Shoe, between Stafford street and Montpellier street. Apply 135 Stafford street. STRAYED in my paddock, Two Horses, on or about 22nd; owner may have same by paying expenses. R. Cleave, Victoria Dairy N.E. Valley. MEETINGS. DUNEDIN MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION. THE ANNUAL MEETING of the above will be held TO-MORROW (Friday) EVENING In Oddfellows’ Hall, Rattray street, at 8 o’clock. Business.; .id p ion of Report and Balancesheet. Election of Officers for ensuing year, and General. C. A. HUTTON, Secretary. AUCTIONS. FRIDAY, 30th OCTOBER. SALE BY AUCTION, ■it 2 o’clock, AT ROOMS. DOWLING STREET. VERY HEAVY AXMINSTER CARPET SQUARE, OAK HALL STAND (MIRROR BACK). TABLE COVER-. COPPER SUITE. OAK .SIDEBOARD (QUAINT DESIGN), DINING ROOM EXTENSION TABLE, Etc., Etc. JAMES SAMSON AND CO. have boon favored with instructions to t-c-H "by autrLion, at iticir Booms, Dowling’ street,”a large catalogue of Household Furniture, etc., including— Extending dining tables, Jubilee ebaire, leather chairs and couches, pot stands, flower bowls, UPRIGHT GRAND PLANO, ornaments, overmantels, curtains, curtain poles and fittings, scagrass chairs, v.p. rugs, v.p. table covers, OAK SIDEBOARD (MIRROR PACK, RECESS FRONT), heavy linoleums, niclures, paintings. e.p. ware, cutlery, carved tables and chairs, sideboards, carpet runners, passage linoleums, slip mate, door mats, d.i. beds, t.i. beds, wood beds, OAK BEDS, wire mattresses, kapok mattresses, flock mattresses, stretchers, shakedowns, sheets, blankets, bedding, washstands, chests of drawers, DUCHESSE PAIRS, mirrors. chevair,, kitchen furniture, FIREPROOF SAFE, cooking utensils, etc., etc. FRIDAY. 30th OCTOBER, At 2 o’clock. At Rooms, Manse street. •WEEKLY SALE USEFUL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE A‘ND FURNISHINGI WALNUT UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO | (Schilling). ARK, REYNOLDS, LIMITED, wili sell by auction, as above. KAURI DINING ROOM SUITE, Drawing and Dining Room Furniture, BEDROOMS FURNITURE, Kitchen Sundries and Utensil*. Also, 3 H.P MOTOR CYCLE. WEDNESDAY, 4th NOVEMBER-, At 2 o'clock. On Premises. 35 Hawthorn avenue, Mornington. In the Estate of 'he late William Wills. CHARMING RESIDENCE AND FREEHOLD, Hawthorn avenue, Mornington. Close to Cable Ciu, Church, School, Bowling Green, etc. TJAEK, REYNOLDS, LIMITKI JL are iustruci'-d by the Trustees of t't Estate of the late William Wills to sell fc auction, Part of Sfcliou 79, Block VI., Town Di trict, with frontage to Hawthorn arena Mornington, together with substanrially-bui House of 6 rooms, concrete foundation bathroom (hot and cold water), sculler;) built-in cupboards, bay window, veranda! washhouse, etc., drained to D.B. regulation glasshouse, workshop, fruit and vegetab garden, native shrubs; lovely panoram view; lies well to the sun; handy to car in the best residential portion of Mornina ton. Also. USEFUL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, .Full details in future adrettieemeaiat

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 15636, 29 October 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 8 Issue 15636, 29 October 1914

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