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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 15637, 30 October 1914
AMUSEMENTS. TO-NIGHT, at 8. JJAYWARDS’. OCTAGON. The FAMOUS MAJESTIC CO. Presents, ' In 5,800 ft of Wonder Film, A Mexican War Drama, i A REMARKABLE PRODUCTION Of Stirring' Episodes in the Tragic, Thrilling, Tremendously Exciting, and Romantic ‘LIFE OP GENERAL VILLA.' ‘LIFE OF GENERAL VILLA.’ ‘LIFE OF GENERAL VILLA.’ PHOTOGRAPHED UNDER FIRE On Actual Battlefields of Mexico. The Enthralling Story of his sister's rniu and death. Villa’s oath of revenge and his slaying of his sister’s betrayer. His flight to the mountain fastnesses, his defeat of the Federal?, and rise to the Presidency arc vivid features of an absorbing narrative. LATEST WAR NEWS. A HALT IN THE JUNGLE (Pathe). BACK TO THE SIMPLE LIFE. Stalls, 6d; Circle, Is; Re«„ Is 6d. BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS. BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS. JJIS MAJESTY’S THEATRE. Commencing MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9. FOR SIX NIGHTS ONLY. MATINEE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1! Presented by E, J. CARROLL, In conjunction with J. C. WILLIAMSON, LTD. BUNTY delighted and charmed London for 600 nights, and New York for 400 nighis. BUNTY is the same ijpe of comedy as ‘ Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch '; so quaint and yet eo human. It. appeals to everybody. BUNTY is played by the author and his wife (Mr and Mrs Graham Modal) and a. specially-selected company of Scottish player's. BUNTY may bn recommended 1o all playgoers who can smile, or to others. If they have forgotten, it, will leach them how. BUNTY has met with world-wido success. Its clean, quaint, wholesome humor has never failed to please. BOX PLANS OPEN WEDNESDAY, November 4, at, 9 o'clock, at 1 he DRESDEN. Reserved Seats, ss; Unreserved, 3s, 2s, Is. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. PORT CHALMERS TO THE FRONT.
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DO NOT uORRi about the high price of Stock at Burnside. PURCHASE FROM ME AT DUNEDIN QUOTATIONS. T. J. HARRISON, BUTCHER. BEST BEEF ANT> MUTTON TN DUNEDIN AT BEDROCK PRICES. Ox Tongues from 2- 6d. CASH AND NO DELIVERY. A. G. SHERRIEF, ROSLYN. WASTE PAPER. A STB PAPER, FOR, SALE, In Lots to Suit Purchasers. Apply ‘STAR’ OFFICE BOARD AND RESIDENCE. JACKSON’S Private Hotel, Dowling street, Diauer 12 till 2; Tea, 5 to 7; Socials and Parties catered for; committee room. First-class Accommodation Visitors. fA LAD STONE HOASFL Monty place v)T ('phono 2.180). — 8e. t. Accommodation visitors; personal eopervLimi. 3 loss ami MTbersou. ’IJ'ERNLEIGH House. No. 31 Carpi! street JL - (oft Si. Andrew ftrent, 5 minutes iron; the Octagon).—Vacancy for Boarders : i very convenience; twin? moderate. ■VTOUNG Gentleman desires Board in I hoarding-hnnso or private home. Reply “Ajax," ‘Star’ Office. ELECTION NOTICES. < HAL VERY ELECTOR AT E. EOROE ?. THOMSON, F.P..\. ,N.Z.), will ADDRESS ELECTORS THIS 'Friday) EVENING in Hie Prcsbylcrian S.S. Hall, ANDERSON’S BAY, at 8 o'clock Ladies Specially Invited. DUNEDIN SOUTH ELECTORATE. MR T. H. DALTON. REFORM' CANDIDATE. Will be pleased to Meet LADIES and GENTLEMEN of St. Kilda. hi. Council Chambers THIS (Friday) EVENING, at 7.15. A cordial invitation is of:tended to those desirous of assisting’ Mr Dalton during campaign. TO LET. OFFICES and Sample Rooms, small and large; very central; very low rentals. Hooper, 82 Crawford street. .0 EFT. 3-roomtd Cottage; rent 9?. Apply 415 d Cumberland street. r JI TO LET, 4 and 6-rnomed Houses; b. and c. wafer; drained; IDs and 355. 74 Dundas street. r |AO 1, 1. ah i bitv 4-roomed House; conveniences: rent Us weekly. Bryant, agent. Octagon. r jpO LET (432 King street), comfortable JL 5-roomed ]lm se; drain;d; rent 3D weekly. Bjyjinv. Octagon. r ¥AO I.ET (9 Brown street), modern H< i 7 rooms: evert' view; 25s we'klv. B; conv eiiiei level; CHAMBERS STREET.—4-ioomod House, < vary com’-niinnec. garden. Apply ' . Gibbs, Main mad, N.E. Talley, T > LET. c- r.novlabie Four-roomed < mgc. I.ET. 5-’.oO!iuil EuvuNbed House, close ,J Woodl.-augh < ;di n.-: rc.i.sona.blp otTr," acecpifil. “ Rc,i-:onnb>,“ • Siar' Oflicc. T) LET, 5-rocmcd New House, all conveniences. 23 Rawhiti sfrc-ci. MusselLurch Rise. T.O LET. 4 Rooms: barb, copper, sev.u rdr.ii::rd; c-cntro of '.'ilv; 12s *3O, cheap. Alex. Karris, auctioneer. r JAO LET (413 Leith street), comfortable J. 5-iomied House: nil conveniences. Apply 8 ttcotland street. r JAO LET, 7-roomed House. 179 Yoik place; J. ail eunvcnicr.ces. M'Keeman, 58 Glen avrir'K, Morning'on mO LET, Six-roomed Furnished House, I penny section; every convenience; unsown Me real good tenant. Apply Box 550. fro LET. 4-rooau-d Cottago. Beil Tower. J. SVonilar and Chisholm, Limited, RatEDUCATIONAL. WAITAKI GIRLH’ HIGH SCHOOL. OASIABU. A PPLICATIONS for the Position of A. JUNIOR ASSISTANT will bo received until NOVEMBER 7th. Applicants must be capable of faking elementary work in the usual secondary subjects. Preference will be given to Graduates having a good knowledge of French. Salary, £125 per annum. Successful applicant must be prepared to take, up duties .at the beginning of school yt-ar in February, 1915. A. A. 31’KINNON Secretary.
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