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AMUSEMENTS. QUEEN’S THEATRE. PERPETUAL PICTURE PALACE. To-day; 11.50 am. till 10.30 p.m. Instantaneous Success of our New Programme, headed by Rubin's Remarkable Two-part Drama, THE THE HOUSE OF DARKNESS The Multihides visiting' our Theatre have acclaimed it without one dissenting voice “ONE OF THE BEST YET.” Supporting Subjects include: THE CHICKEN INSPECTOR. One of Vilagraph's Kver-laughable Comedies. JANE, JUSTICE OP THE PEACE. One of the Comedy Hits of the Year. SHELTERING AN INGRATE, A Dramatic Episode of Exceptional Power. AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE. Containing the Happenings of (lie Hour. TOPICAL BUDGET. Special War Number. MONDAY! MONDAY! Arriving per First Express. TWO MIGHTY WAR TOPIOALS ; GERMANS ENTERING BRUSSELS (Depicting tho Kaiser's legions resting, and afterwards getting their rations from the travelling kitchens), And THE RUINS OF TERM ONDE. The gaunt, disembowelled buildings look as if they had been wrecked by n. terrific tornado that has swept everything before it. ONE PRICE TO ALL PARTS: ADULTS, SIXPENCE; CHILDREN, 3d. HIE ST. HILDA MUNICIPAL BAND Will Play in THE GARDENS Gu SUNDAY AFTERNOON, Commencing 3 o’clock. W. J. NELSON. Secretary. THE DRESDEN PIANO CO., LTD., PRINCES-STREET. IN THE PIANO WORLD No name stand:; higher than iline of the Famous Finn of JOHN BROADWOOD AND SONS, The experience of 150 years of Scientific Craftsmanship is embodied in THE BROADWOOD PIANO. . BOUDOIR UPRIGHTS, UPRIGHT GRANDS, DRAWING ROOM GRANDS. BABY GRANDS, SEMI-GRANDS. ]u the LATEST BROADWOOD MODELS, The Highest Piich of Perfection rcpre.-riited in Richness and Beamy of Tone, Cased in Artistic Chapes. Illustrated Booklets Post Free. Purchase under our EASY PAYMENT SYSTEM, milE DRESDEN PIANO (0, LTD., PRINCES STREET, DUNEDIN. THE POPULAR SONG S A LONG. LONG WAY TO TIPPERARY.' C.i PER COPY, POSTED. 7d. OUaiiribl" a I TERRY'S MUSIC STORES. 17-1-178 George street, Dunedin. MARINE EXCURSION, SUNDAY, Hi NOVEMBER, 1011. MAHENO, i.n.j. (circumstances permitting), ieavc-; Dunedin 10 a,in., returns 1 p.m.. arriving Dunedin G p.m., fur Maori Kail: and Ninth Spit. FAKE: Is Return. 51 Milos Cnii-p uf the Harbor fur ]«, Cheapest Trip in I lie World. CORPORATION NOTICES. BOROUGH OF MORNINGTON. DURING omen Honrs Il.e BALANCESHEET of Dio Borough or Moniingtcm ;ur the, year ended 3U( March. 1911. will IkOPEN FOR INSPECTION for 31 day-. Cupi f s of balunae-sbcH niav be obtained on application. HENRY SYJIES. Town ( Icrk. Morning!on. 0.-Tobcr 10, 1911. BANKRUPTCY NOTICES, IN BANKRUPTCY. In iim '■uipreiiK- Court, bohlan al I Unit din. ■VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that -i. V HENRY THOMAS GREEN, of Dunedin, Clerk, was this day adjudged Bankrupt : and 1 hereby summon a Meeting of Creditors, in be hidden at my Office. Law Cmut- Buildings. Stuart street. Dmiidio -:i FRIDAY, tic: (it li day of November. 1914, at 2,3) o’clock. T D. KENDALL. Official A-signer-. Dunedin, 29i fi October, 1011. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. JACKSON’S Private Hotel, Dowling street. Dinner 12 till 2; Tea, 5 to 7; Sociali and Parties catered for; committee room. First -class Accommodation Visitors. (TT LADBTONE HOUSE. Aim ay place VUT (’phone 2.180).—Hr.-f. Accomnirdali-in visitor.-; personal tnpervidun. Mos- and M'Pboi'S-uu. IPERNLEIGH Hcn-c, N'.o. 11 ( arpili mi cot . (oil St. Andrew men:, 3 minutes from the Octagon).—Vacancy for Hmudi;-; i very convenience; fetuis modeiaU-. ■VTOUXH Business Man warns Board and ,1 Residence, private family, vicinity Octagon. '‘theory,'’ 'Star' ofih-c. at TO UN G Lady. dcJrcs tamely Bo»rd--1 Lodging, private family; willing lo assist. ‘■Milling," ‘Slur' Office. 'ASONTO Private ~ Horej Ims Vacancies for Boarder.-. Ten,:- on r pplic-ation. Inspection inviwii. TETAfANCA" for Hoarder, or Single Room V To Let; fireplace. 575 Cumberland fired (near Albany street). "f7ACANTY fur Four respectable iio.ii.;V era; comfortable home; piano, bulk, etc. ; terms, 10s p r, r week. No. 1 Market si reef. LOST AND FOUND. 3' OST, AniP.thyst-l’cari Pendant and Gold _i Necklet, vicinity High street, Elm row, (Gorge street; reward. bO2 Georgo street. TOSf (Sunday), Bag fpumc insido, be--3-J i ween Momiugt on ear ami Pre-by-(trian Church; reward. 16 G.ru avenue (near church). LOST, Cairngorm Brooch, between Anderson's Huy and Kensington; reward. M'Connoli’s Store. South Dunedin: or Samuel's, Anderson's Bay. LOST’ (Dowling street or York place,, Lady's Gold Wrist Watch; reward. Macadam's Tea Rooms. LOST (Friday), Cold Bar Brooch (initials J.8.H.); reward. 107 Frederick street. OST (Friday evening, between Tolegrnpa Office and Maitland street), Navy Bluo Purse, containing money; reward. Telegraph Counter. L' OST. £i Note, Saturday, between Dowliug and Princes and Maclaggan streets; reward. 72 Dowling street. FOUND, only Few Shares available new group United Starr-Bowkett; join now. Hugh Mitchell, secretary, Stock Exchange. DELIVERY OF CIRCULARS, Etc. The evening stab company, ltd., PRINT all descriptions of GROCERS 5 and DRAPERS* BILLS) CIRCULARS, Etc., and when so directed hand over the tame to the ‘ Star ’ Runners for Distribution with the ’ Star,’ which is delivered at nearly every .liousu in the City and Suburbs, and nh>o extensively in the CoontO’.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 15638, 31 October 1914

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 6 Issue 15638, 31 October 1914

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