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AMUSEMENTS. DLA'ZA PICTURES. ) Hours To-dav; 12 noon to 10 p.m. TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! EUROPEN WAR 2 Heels. GLORIOUS PATRIOTIC PICTURE. THE KAISER RECEIVES ENGLAND.*? ULTIMATUM. Hlytorkial Scene in the House of Commons. August 4. ASSASSINATION OF CROWN PRINCE OF AUSTRIA. ! THE GREAT EUEOPHAIf WAR. 1914, THE GREAT EUROPEAN WAR. 1914, | Was Greeted bv Packed Houses ut All | Sessions Yesterday. Also, ASHES OF HOPE S, and A. Drama Sammy and the Fortune-tellei Comic , ECLAIR JOURNAL Tapio.il Absent-minded Professor Comic I You’re Wanted on the 'Phone Coined v ) SPECIALS FOE THE KIDDIES. | Prices j Adults, 6d: Children, 3d. BEAUTY COMPETITION Particulars at Plaza < ifliee. Ist PRIZE, GOLD WATCH. 2nd PRIZE, SILVER WATCH. Entry. Free. HIS MAJESTY’S THEATRE. i i Commencing MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9. . FOR SIX NIGHTS ONLY. MATINEE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14. | E. J. CARROLL. ! In conjunction with J. C. WILLIAMSON, LTD., Has the Honor to Present ‘ Mr GRAHA’ L MOFFAT, i The World-f-uious Aclor-Aulbor, I Mrs GRAHAM MOFFAT, j And a Complete j COMPANY OF SCOTTISH PLAYERS, I Ll j BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS, BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS, BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS, I BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS, BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS. | BUNTY PULLS TEE STRINGS, The World-famed Sooi rb Comedy. | JSO LAUGHS A NIGHT 150 BUNTY Attracted London for 600 Nights. BUNTY will be Played in Dunedin by the Author and many of the Company which played the Delightful Comedy in Loudon. If you miss BUNTY, you miss the Greatest Scottish Comedy that Iras been written during the past generation. BUNTY PULLS THU STRINGS. BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS. BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS. BUNTY was Written by a Seolel man Played- by Scotch Folk, awl 'is Written Scottish Life of 1860. Special attention is called to ilm fact tU■< tho Management aro charging Reduced P.i ■ « of Admission in order to nuei conditions brought about by the War. Reserved Beats, Ss| Unreserved. 3s, 2-. Is. BOX PLANS OPEN at the DRESDEN THURSDAY MORNING Next. MSB PENINSULA FERRY CO.. LTD. X TIME-TABLE. Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursday*. Fridays.- - Leave Dunedin, 11.0 ft.m., 5.15 pan.: leave Portobollo, 7.30 a.m., 3.45 p.m. Wcdneeday. —Leave Dunedin, 10.0 a.m., 1.30 p.m.. 5.1b p.m.j leave Poitobello, 7-30 a.m.. 12.0 noon. 3.45 p.m. Saturdays.—Leave Dunedin. XO.O «-m., £.30 p.m., 6.30 p.m. t leave Porrobdlo, 7.30 a-m., 12.30 p.m., 6.0 p.m. Sundays.— Leave Dunedin, 10.0 ant., 8.50 p.m.. 6.2-i p.m.; leave Portoballo, 8.0 a.m.. 12.0 noon 5.0 p.m. Fares: Adults (return;, Is fid Children, fid, Conoassioa Tickets, 10 trip for 5s (not available on Holiday!-), Our lost Shipments Malta 16,000 Copies 1 The-Song of the Century 1 \ ‘ITS A LONG, LONG WAY TO TIPPERARY,* The prodigious success of this Song \ astounding. Sung by the Expeditious! „ Forces when embarking at Same, sung by the British Regiment* on tho field, snug in the Drawing Booms of Aristocracy, sung in Dio little Backblock Hut, it it a song that has gripped the British people- The martial ring of the music has probably as much to do with its popularity m the simple pathos of the worda Every music-lover, every patriot, should have a copy, not because of tha mitotic excel Em; a of the composition, but because it has touched tha British hearu. Price, fidj post free, 7d. c HAS. EEGG AND CO.. Headquarters for Music, PRINCES STREET. LTD., MEETINGS. AMALGAMATED WKHHTT OF CARPENTERS AND .IOTNEKS. A‘‘ SPECIAL MEETING of _:hc O-ag.. t. 3L Branch will be hold in (.he Trade* lie ii -u MONDAY. Die 2nd November, a( 8 p.m. Business i Yew important. ED, R32LLETT. Branch F:v:|-!.:iv. (/PAGO EIFLB ASSOCIATION. IWK ANNUAL GENERAL 'SI', Eli . will he held in tho Garrison Hail WTBSDAY. sth November, at 8 o'clta All rhonling men arc invited io be nut’. K. P. LACEY, Captain. Hon. Sr.-n'i.-'i 1 HOLIDAY RESORTS. B~~XJBSCRI3ERS GAN OBTAIN THEIR * STAR’ REGULARLY on Du* Day if Issue' at Stations on the NO It Tit. and BOOTH RAILWAY LINES from the following Agents;--Purakauui - - Mr G. Fletcher. Waitaii Mr M'Lrod. Evam-daie .......... Mf Johns; VO wM’rton Mr 3. Malcolm. Beaciiff * - Mr Bni;:. Waikoaaitl - Mr 18. U. Smith. irlwon, I —.——.—.... MV Hempen. I’nlmerstoii Mr D. Tevioßk’.*., 1-Uightou Mi's Count hj. Hailey Mr E. Smith. Otoki.i - Mr Leedhan . Berwick - Mr Robinson. Wadbola ..... Mr Williamson. Outroni Mr W. C. Gnu.-MosgT-l Mr Snell. Macandrews Mr Hinkiey. Broad Bay Mr Du If. Portobello Mr Moss. Furnished Crib, cheap rent for term; also Kumkbe.l t. ouege, ChrktcjM. “Twoe." • Sian’ '\TEAR Beach, Enraknnni.—Two Bighiiiacre Scotian* F.-r Bale, cheap; splendid building liks. 'Sjlkr’ Office. •« TsyAITATI.—To L i. 3-roomed Cottage; VI cheap for is:in. Is \\ailer street. Upper CarNbrook. POIVTOBELLO. —Ni •* Bed ion and natty Cottage therein ; £185; idea! week-* in? spot. Battiershy IV., Dowling street. TENDERS. THE DUNEDIN DRAINAGE AND SEWERAGE 80.-.BD. TO PJ.UMEEIi - AND DT! .INF.RF. CONTRACT No. A--82; kIN-IN-COMMON, Ri.-l.a -.i.-oii and ii 1-r --in •» CONTRA* I No. A-183 : iIN-IN-COMMON, Cliffs; road aid Norfolk iNDBIiS am inviu-cl T;- nl-vc, re--turn able up :o 4 p.m. on Tl'Eßii'.Y, November, to tfce Bcriciarj. ID;'.. ,’s Buildings, Ociapon. Dom-u.n. where s end speoxficßiicms m:.; L- scat and .* of tender obtained. ;potit. Marked cheque for £5 and £U lowest or any lender no! >d. A. SLING EH, Drainage Enginc.-r. October, 1914. w rum; Paper for Wranpiug-nji Fm Apply ‘Scar’ Ofuwn, Bond

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 15638, 31 October 1914

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 8 Issue 15638, 31 October 1914

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