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A short sitting of the City Police- Court was held this morning by ill* H. Y. Wicltknrstm. S.M . when a woman named Sarah. Freeman pleaded guilty to five different charges of petty theft, the articles -t'-lcn being three door mats, a flower pot, and a. pair of hoots. Senior-sergeant Dart stated that the woman had apparently been wandering about the town in a muddled condition, stealing anything she could lay her hands on, and he'thought it would lw better that full inquiries should ho mad© into her history before the Court dealt with her. Accused was remanded until Friday Our cables mention Theodosia as ;v town that has been bombarded by a Turkish ship. Theodosia is the ancient name of Raff a (or Caff a), sometimes called Feodosiu, or, of old, Theodosia. It in in a bay iu tho south-east of tho Crimea. After t-ho .Tuiks took it iu 1474 its trad© declined, and of late years it has been moot noted as one of Russia’s seaside resorts, At the Mosgiel Police Court, yesterday R. Vincent and R. Murdoch wars charged with threatening behaviour whereby a breach of tho peace was committed in Gordon road ovv the 21st inst. It appeared from tho evidence that they were fighting, and they__ were troth convicted and fined— Vincent as am! 9s 6cl costs, and Murdoch 203 and 9a 6d costs. Mr Paulin’s forecast: —-Strong N.W. to S-W. winds, and some electrical rain 1 showers, '

During the month ending to-day there have been 178 births in Dunedin, a« against 169 in October, 1915 ; 75 deaths, as against 81; and 46 marriages; as against

Tf.o ladies of Mo-sgid Baptist Church intended holding a garden party last Wednesday, but owing to the bad wad bear the function did not eventuate. Instead, a sale of work was opened this afternoon, and will be continued this evening. Many useful and ornamental articles were displayed on the fctalls, and the attendance of buy (us nas goc-d. The stalls were provided over as follows:—Plain work- Met:dame.s M’Donahi and Gilbert, and Miss .Macki-o; fancy goods—Mrs T. Ryan and Mias Mitchell • refreshments---Meadain-as layor, J. Young. C. Ay son, and Stevenson.. If the- business done this afternoon k any criterion, tha efforts of the ladies should be well vc-ward-cd.

London 'Punch’ says; “It is rumored that Wilhelm 11. has despatched all his British uniforms to King George. This, anyhow, should be remembered to his credit: he did not wish to disgrace them." The. military field kitchen, invented by Lieutenant Roberts, of New Zealand, lias been adopted by the. Commonwealth Defence authorities for use by the Australian Imperial Expeditionary Force in Europe (states tho Melbourne ‘Argus'). The kitchen is composed of a stove, a pantry, and fuel boxes, mounted on a transport waggon, the. whole equipment weighting U tons. One cook and two asform Iho kitchen staff, and a driver and two horses for the waggon The stove comprises the fireplace, feci with wood, coal, or coke; two large mm,, ami two logal boiler?, with space on (op for three largo steamers and oilier cooking vessels. If. will cook at a lime. 2001b meat, with 5001b vegetables, or with 150Jh vegetables and 20gal of soup, and in addition can stew or boil meat in anv suitable receptacle. _ it will boil 30gal ‘or’ water every 2o minutes. The pantry will carry reserves of 30gal of water, 1801b meat. 1501b vegetables, and 1501b bread. The /uol box holds half a ton of coal, and there is other space lor reserve supply. Hot soup, coffee, etc., can he supplied on the, march, and a good meal prepared, so tint there is no delay in getting loorl ready ■when a bait is made. The matter of the supply of these kitchens for the Cr-mmon-wealtli troops, has been embusia Aicaiiy taken up by the public, and though funds

are, eagerly being sought fur this object, a very enc imaging response is already acknowledged. The t'ummomvcuKl! Defence Department has intimated that ,-ov-

oral more kitchens will bo aeec-pla hie. The children -Sullivan, whose disappearance, trom their homes on Thursday was mentioned in yesterday's issue, were discovered by their mother in Gem-go street yesterday afternoon. Limy could give n-> coherent, account of their wanderings, bat apparently slept somewhere in tho Northeast \ alley on Thursday evening, and wen- never siiou of food, some folk having supplied them with money, which was .-peat -m eatables.

Notification of Sunday services as ('numerated below appears in our advertising columns;—-Angiicau: All Saints’. Frcsbytenmi : First Church. Knox Church, St, Andrew’s, South Dunedin, North-east Valley, Cavcrsham, Mornington, Musselburgh, Rqsl.yn, Hi. Clair. Chahners. Methodist: Trinity, Central Mission. Mornington, Cargill Koad, BcHekuowes, AVondhsugh, -North-east Vallsy. Dundas .Street. Row. Abbotsford rtavembomne, Raslyn, Maori Hill. Congregational : Moray Place. Kinc Htxfvt, Leith Street. St. Clair. Baptist: Hanover Street, Kodvn, South Dum-din. Cavcrsham Norik-east Valley. Church of Christ: Tabernacle. South Dunedin. Till™! Street. Momiugton. Christad-ilphian--, Choral Hail. Theosophy, Albany Street School Hall.

New reason's photographic goods: Excellent stock now arriving. ‘ Cameras man C-:. Send your order early io If. J. Gill. 11 .-md 13 Frederick Greet, Dunedin. 'Rhone 1,144. —[Advt.] The anniversary sen ices of Moray Place Congregational Church will he held' to-mor-row. Public mcoving and social on Wednesday evening l . The Dunedin District A' 1 ' I .)' Feouis will hold a parade i o-itiomuv evening, and will attend the Central Mission service in she. Octagon Hall. At the Sl. Clair Consrreg-alion.il ( hinvli 1 o-nio itow evening' the. R"v. W ,1. Ashford will preach on • The Kingdom that. Cannot Be Shaken.' No lady .should be wnhout Martin’s Apia! and Steel Rids, field by ah chemists and stores throughout Australasia.— r Advt.] Tho evening .service at tho Roden HaufDf, Church to-morrow will have special reference to tho passing of Mr Charles Heath. A welcome social in tho new mininer of the church, the Rtv Puiilev Jonkiu, will be held on Wednesday next , when Ibo Rev. R. S. Cray will preside, and addresses of welcome will he delivered by vcpiet-enßilire ministers- Mr Jonkin has held pastorales at Pc-touo, Nelson, and Epsom, and great, hopes are > ntert.-i inert of bis, ministry here. Al the'Caversham R.apiisl Church on Sunday anniversary servicer, will ho held. The Kcv. E. T. Road will preach in the morning, and Rrofe-sov Howitron in the evening. Tuesday tho anniversary tea. and public meeting will bo ir.-i-I. Watson's No. 10 is a little dearer t ii-vn most whkkies, hid L worth Ike money. — [Advt.] . Owing to the disbandment of St. RaulT Ladies’ Guild, a. sale <-f work will be- held in the gymnasium of the (j iris’ i-tisrh School on Wednesday, November 4. Proceeds to be devoted towards i lie Could memorial fund. Friends of (he late. Archdeacon Could sro asked to accept, this ultima(ion. “ Have one with me. Th. nks, T wet. I’ll have Watson’s N -. 10. pkuisc.”—'Advr.-l Tho Malic no is adv..nfc»ed in run to Maori Kaik and North Fob and hack on Sunday at. c.v.-ursicn r.,rc-. A. notice to members of Hie. Cringe Institution appear? in our church service column. Speight’s ale and r-iouk am acknowledged by r he Dominion puhlio io be the best, on the market.—[Advt.] At. the Unitarian ’V.-grossnc Society'* meeting in the club House Hall, Moray place., to-morrow evening. Mr I>. Dawson wi 1 giro a lecture emitted ‘ Sweden her? : His Life end Works-’ Questions and di.-cu?.-ion to follow. Indigestion mid kindred ailments prevented by 14 Land rated Magnesia; 2s 3d bottle. Wilkinson and Son, cl’iaiui-iis.—[Advt.]] U Vio SM . VCV.a.i xl'e.-i I l‘.'\,sl v-Cl in the Gardens to-urn 1 row afternoon, when ii geo d programme of national and ji-iii'ioi:c imn-io will be preieulri. The national aim of Belgium. France, and Russia will he In* clucVd.Ailso the new match rcug 'Ouv 'le.niiorialu ’ will bo played for the fir-1- I ms; Ur Dunedin. This piece is becoming very popular. and has been s.pccktKv nrranged for a brass hand by Lie compos'd' (Mr A, K. Don), and presented to the band. The performance star is at 3. opening with this march song.

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Evening Star, Evening Star, Issue 15638, 31 October 1914

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