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Page 5 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 15637, 30 October 1914
AMUSEMENTS. The World’s Notts iu Picture Form. QUEEN'S THEATRE. PERPETUAL PICTURE PALACE. Daily: 11.50 till 5.30, 6.30-till .10.50. OUR GREATEST ASSET OUR GREATEST ASSET Is the, confidence of our thousands of weekly patrons, When we say a picture is good, you can fee! sure in your mind that we can please you. No amount of advertising will make a bad or doubtful film go. TO-DAY’S NEW PROGRAMME Is Heeded bv a Remarkable Two-part Drama, THE THE HOUSE OE DARKNESS Press excerpt from tbc ‘Motion Picture News’: ''The ‘House of Darkness’ cun take its place with the foremost pictures of its kind. With the assets of good action ami a setting which makes an excellent background against which to project lively action, both censors and reviewers have acclaimed it without one dissenting voice, ONE OF THE BEST YET.’’ Supporting Subjects include ; THE CHICKEN INSPECTOR. One of Vilagraph’s Ever-laughabie Comedies. JANE. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. One of the Comedy Hiis of the Y'ear, SHELTERING AN TNGRATE, A Dramatic Episode of Exceptional Power. AUSTRALIAN GAEETTE. Containing the Happenings of (he Hour. TOPICAL BUDGET. Special War Number. ONE PRICE TO ALL PARTS: ADULTS, SIXPENCE; CHILDREN. 3d. A I. L O W K ’ E N G A T H ERIN G TO-NIGHT, at 8 o’clock G ARRISON HALT, Admission: 2s and 1?. DANCE UNTIL MIDNIGHT. npHB ‘Star’ Garden Annual, specially X written to suit local requirements; practical notes and answers to questions on gardening. One shilling, all booksellers.
KING EDWAIID TECHNICAL COLLEGE. OPENING OF BUILDING TO THE PUBLIC. TO-NIGHT (FRIDAY) and TO-MORROW (SATURDAY) AFTERNOON AM) EVENING. Afternoon, 2 30; Evening, 7. TO-NIGHT'S PROGRAMME: Arthur Sired- School Band; 7.20. Arthur Street School, Club-swinging; In An Jig, MiG l " Muriel and Audrc.v Eager; Piano Solo, Mias Monica Christie; 11; ndezvouK. MissDoris Duckworlh: Highland Fling, Miss M. Lockhart; Recitation. Miss Ha/.?I Y irian: Ijjnh S 1 red School Choir (soloists, Miss Ada Wright and Master Seon Ihovin. ehaniiiioi.t, w “* : c °‘'"’ c "‘”“*ii-o.s;oi!iiow (SATCTDiT) Aimvoox. The Senior Cadet Bogle Baud; 'Technical College Pupils; Highland P.ing. .ua. :.r U. M'Kenzie. SALE OF GOODS DISPLAY' OF STUDENTS’WORK. PRACTICAL CLASSES IN ‘ ' ’ ' OPERATION. ADMISSION: AFTERNOON, Gd; EVENING. Is.
SPORTING. 1 f<T. kilda bowling club, nrUIF, OFFICIAL OPENING for the Season A. will take* place TO-MOBBOW (Saturday), inst.. at 2.30 p in. The President ami Mrs M•Curdy lender ail Howlers mid Lady Friends a cordial invitation. M. J. HADE, Hon. Sec. KAVENSBOUBNR BOATING CLUB. OFFICIAL Orr.NTNG OF THE. SEASON. SATURDAY. OCTOBER, 31si. At 3 )) ni. Weal Harbor Brass Band am! Launch Mavis in Aueiulimco. ] Afternoon To i in the I’aviiiou. i All interested are cordiullv invited. 1 P. YOUNG. Hon. Sec. BOSLYN KAI KOBAI SWIMMING CLUB. TUB FORMAL OPENING „i Die Seasoa by (ia* above Club will lake (dace at tl-.t* Baths TO-MORROW (Smnrday,. at 3 T ’"" A WA.HFEB. PreU.k-iu. OTAGO MOTOR CLUB. r BYHE OFFICIAL OPENING IU’N to JL .rigid on will tale jil.ee TO-MORROW ('-■ainrcic.yi. 31<t iurt , Minting at 2.15 p.tw. from Railway Staliou. Hot water, ten, milk, tied Murar provided by n u i-;. ot Brighton Jinproveruent Society. Members me wpi ’-si ed to bnug their own baskets and lea not-, j All mem be i> ;.nd oilnrv mm uW.sC cordially . i;;-, i'i d. W. F COLVIN. Stvitimv. TENDERS. FOLK 1-: DEPARTMENT. TEN I) liK s Mil! BLUE TWEED AND BF.DFOII I.) COB 11 EPABATK T. ml H " Tend l.v the ( diktii on iho I 5t r l»‘o*d Cord.” will bo received iissi;.Kur ni' Pulirj- ;d Wellington •:?) u> yioon <>:' ■il’KD.lV, ?BH> Xoveia--1,-c d9l 5 fur the SUPPLY and I)ELIVKB,V (,i blue TWEED !>nd KHAKI BEDFORD ( OBD Inr the Police Force, for a. period M hi.wo Years. Samples ol Tweed and Benfi.ril Cord and Eon.if of 'bender and Conditions of Contveo; may he obtained at tin* j oiie.': Store. Ihilhiii'-e .-ircei, Wellington, and at the Cvimal Police .Stations at Auckland, Chris i.clnnvlj. :md Dunedin. I. Cl J.1.1i.N. t '.inmdssione," of Police. Woliingiun. 2h:h October, ISM. DIVIDE NDS. TIFF Bis): AND SHINE COED DRKDGI V G ( 0.. LTD. ADJVIDKNJ' (the Fifry-lifi.li) of ONE SHILLING per .Sham has been DECLARED. and will he PAYABLE: t-i nil Shareholders on (he Begisler at, this .late TO-MORROW, Dm 51st inst. W. T. MONKMAN. Smre'my. Dunedin. 50iit Oelohcr. 191F LECTURES. PIIOHJJIITION CAM pATG N. Tl D. BEDFORD. l->r M.A.. 1.L.8., t* Will Spoil-: in Die (it J AGON SATURDAY EVK TING, m 8 C, Ax-h, ‘The Eeuiiciniic Aepe-F of Duce i ion. l.io.ior MONEY. W E HAVE A SUA! OF £2,750 TO LEND On FTUST-CI.AS« FUEKHOLD SECURITY. ■IOTIN READ AND SOYS. LTD . Liverpool street, Dunedin. LOST AND FOUND. LOST, Ameu.vsFPe.rrrl Pentium and Geld Necklet, vicinity High street, Elm row, George street; rtwaid. 502 George direct. "J" OST (Monday. Lawyer's Head). Lady's |U Handbag (envelope shape). Please reuim W’olfendeu ami Bussell, grocer?; rtv.iuci. LOST (between Bt.il; of New Smith Wales, Al'JFarlanE'i, grocer), 14 .£1 Notes; reward. A. and J M'Ftirlune. I OST. Gold CabD Bangle; links worn. J Reward reluming Leviathan Hofei. LOST, £lO Note, between Alorirington and Prinses street; £2 reward. Apply far fiheds, Mwnington. _ J" ’ OST, by Working Girl, Purse containing J pound note and silver, between St. i Kikla, and D.I C. Seward returning to 2 j Gordon sru'esr, City. LOST (Y T orfc place or Kaikorai;, Gold Biowh (rubies and pearls). 2 Wairoa ■ street, Ksdkorai. I X OST (Thursday), drain Bracelet (white IJu stones), Victoria street. St. Kilda (near i Battery); reward. Sutherland, Cargill’s CorI : ?r. I ’I^OUND. —'iii'.i .'!■■ -t-biti Ramble;.*: Meet •J- i Watt's :oad. Valley, Saturday, 2 p.m.
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