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AMUSEMENTS. PLAZA PICTURES Hours To-day: 1 o'clock to 5.30; 6.30 to 10 p.m. TO-DAY! TO-DAY! THE GREAT EUROPEAN WAR. 1914. THE GREAT EUROPEAN WAR, 1914. THE GREAT EUROPEAN WAR, 1814. THE GREAT EUROPEAN AVAR, 1914. THE GREAT EUROPEAN War, 1914. EAST NIGHT. A REVUE ON THE SCREEN’. The German Pretext: The Assassination of the Crown Prfnoa of Austria. War Between Germany and Prance. THE KAISER RECEIVES ENGLAND'S ULTIMATUM The Historic Scene in the House of Commons, August 4. 1314. The Prime Minister, Sir- Eduard Grsy, Winston Churchill, John Redmond, RIGHTING ON THE FRAN CO-GERMAN FRONTIER. EUROPEAN WAR Showing until Saturday Night. 3,027 People eaw this Picture Yesterday. Also, ECLAIR JOURNAL Topical You're Warded on the 'Phone Comic Sair.Tur and the Fortune-toiler Coinedr ASHES HOPE Essnnay Drama BEAUTY COMPETITION. Particulars at Plaza Ofiioe. No Entry Pec. Ist PRIZE, GOLD WATCH. 2nd PRIZE, SILVER WATCH. OTAGO ART SOCIETY. A NNUAL EXHIBITION <»P PICTURES. ART GALLERY HALE. OPENING DAY: MONDAY, 2nd NOVEMBER, at 8 p.m Continuing til! SATURDAY, 21s), ‘ NOVEMBER. Daily from 12.0 to 5.30 p.n... and from 7.30 to 9.30. ART UNION TICKETS, ONE SHILLING. Including Admission i,> Kshibiuo:-. HALF GROSS PROCEEDS FROM SALE OP TICKETS WILL BE DEVOTED TO THE LADY LIVERPOOL FUND.

GOVERNMENT NOTICES BRITISH M ANUFAC Tl' RKll S [ Who requipREPRESENTATIVES IN NEW ZEALAND. HIS MAJESTY'S TRADE COMMISSIONER has Inquiries in.- AGENTS io represent the following l-i.se j ENGINEERING- —Machinery Acces-som*: Laundry Machinery; fetparalor*: Oi. Engines; Metal Melting anti Hardening 1 Appliances; Bolts and NnO; Springs. I Coach and Saddlers’ Ironmongery and Brass; Rubber Goods ; and cnher. TEXTILE.—Corsets: Fancy Linens and Handkerchiefs; Woollens. Wcisuds. and pjue Cottons; Woollen Piece Goods and Clothing; Lace Curtains; Veilings; and other. BUILDERS' - GOODS.—Asb. -ms Slate*;. Paints; Builders' Ironmongery; Encaustic Tiles; Floor and Roof Tiles; White Glased Stouewmc Bricks; Baths and Sinks; Fences and Dales; and other. GENERAL. Basic Slag; O.tiV ;lot.’-ry ; Drawing and Survey Insinni ni's," Aseptic Dressings: Whips: Glti-e I'ttrniiuit; Fancy leather Goods; Oil Cake ana Fort Risers; Tobacco I ).<■■:■: and other. MERCHANTS and COMMISSION [ AGENTS interested please apply piOiiiptiy to W. G. WICKHAM, H.M. Trade Commissioner, Wellington. AUCTIONS. SATURDAY. 31st OCTOiIKK, 1914, 11.30 o'ciock. Otago Fanaaa.’ Horse L.i* ur. 1 trite’.; of draught horse?, u: -1: 0 <lu Account Other Cir ,r - - * 7 .-pring-cnrVrß and light Ste.-r. >■. 5 iha-i/ht inairs and gclduv-. L, 51 AC I. i i \S. WEDNESDAAE 4th NOVE -M;KK, At 2 o'clock. On Premise*. 55 Hawthorn aw: u-. . Mornington. In the Estate of the Into William Wilß. CHARMING RESIDENCE AND FREEHOLD, Hawthorn avenue, Morniugaon. C"o‘e to Cable Ca-, Church. School, j Bowling Green, etc. PARK, REYNOLDS, Li 51ITE1), are instructed by the Trustees of the E»tato of the lain William Wills to s.-i! by auction, Part of Section 79, Block VI., Town J>is.. nt’cf, wit it frontage to Hawthorn avenue, Mbrnington, together with substair ittJlv-hu-.lt House of 6 rtcim, concrete foiindat ions, bathroom (hot and cold water), «cnfWv. built-in cupboards, bay window, verandah, , v.-ashltouso, etc, drained to D.B. regulation'-. \ glasshouse, workshop, fruit, and vegrtabie i garden, nativo plinths; lovely panoramic • view; lies well to tbo sun; bandy to car; ; in tl-.e best, residential portion of Momington. Also, USEFUL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Full del ails in future arivvitix-imm*.. MONDAY, 2r.i NOVEMBER. Sale U. Au iisai. AT ROOMS. I)n\VUS(! IUEEi. At 2 o'clock. TELESCOPE TABLE. IMITATION 51A RULE DINING ROOM C l.Ot K. HANDSOSIE OAK DHL HESSE PAIR. HEAVY HALL CAR PE I RUNNER. DIAMOND MIRROR HALL ."i AND. WALNUT OVERstretchers, wire ats',ir'>».f-. kapok mtttjMHt,. Sack mattresses, <T.-- . - • : drawers. rnirrort', WING MIRROR • I IFFaLb blanket*, KITCHEN DRESS Ej-tS. kitchen chair*, tables, cooking utensil*, clock*, etc., etc. ALL ALTERATIONS gF DISPLAY ■ .cV ADVERT IHIML.ViS Must be HANDED IN lullw Oilier BEFORE - 11 O'CLOCK of-the I’JtLGBDING DAY.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 9, Evening Star, Issue 15637, 30 October 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 9 Evening Star, Issue 15637, 30 October 1914

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