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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 15639, 2 November 1914
AMUSEMENTS. BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGR BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS. Harry Lauder says; “Bunty is tho finest piece of Scottish characterisation tlvat has been written during the past contxiry.” JJIS MAJESTY’S THEATRE. Commencing MONDAY NEXT, at. 8. FOR SIX NIGHTS ONLY. MATINEE SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 14. E. J. CARROLL, In conjunction with .1. C. WILLIAMSON, LTD., Presents The World-famous Scottish Comedy, BtJNTY PULLS THE STRINGS, BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS, BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS, BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS, BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS, By Graham Moffat. Play by the. Author, Mr GRAHAM MOFFAT, Whore Scottish Plays have set ft new tt*n> dard in modem play-writing, And M'S GRAHAM MOFFAT, Together with a Complete • COMPANY OP SCOTTISH PLAYERS. Bunty's record alone is sufficient to recommend it as a play that should not be misted by anyone, but tha fact that it has the advantage of being played and produced by the author, together with a special company of Scottish players, makes it imperative thyno one in Dunedin can afford to mis* it. BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS. BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS. BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS. BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS, The Play that all London crowded to see for 600 Nights, and New York for 400 Night*. IP YOU'RE NOT LAUGHIN’ YOU’RE GREETIN’. Reserved Scats, ss;. Unreserved Seats, 3s, 2s, Id. POX PLANS OPEN THURSDAY, at. 9 am, at the DRESDEN. OTAGO ART SOCIETY. A NNUAL EXHIBITION OP PICTURES. iV ART’ GALLERY HALL. OPENING DAY: MONDAY, 2nd NOVEMBER, at 8 p.ra. Continuing till SATURDAY, 21st NOVEMBER. Daily from 12.0 to 5.30 p.m., and from 7-30 10 9.30. ART UNION TICKETS, ONE SHILLING. Including Admission to Exhibition. HALF GROSS PROCEEDS FROM SALE OF TICKETS WILL BE DEVOTED TO THE LADY LIVERPOOL FUND. FIRST CHURCH OF OTAGO. SALE OF WORK IN BURNS HALL, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, November 4 and 5. OPENS 3 p.in. WEDNESDAY. Proceeds to meet Extraordinary Expenses incurred in Renovating Church Steeple, etc. Admission: Adults, 6d; Children 3d. Returnable :n Goods Value. AUCTIONS. WEDNESDAY. -Uh NOVEMBER, At 2 o’clock. On Premises. 35 Hawthorn avenue, Mornington. In the Estate of the late William Will*. CHARMING RESIDENCE AND FREEHOLD, Hawthorn avenue, Mornington. Close to Cable Car. Church, School, Bowling Green, etc. PARK, REYNOLDS, LIMITED, are instructed y the Trustees of the Estate of the late William Wills to sell by auction, Part of Section 79, Block VI., Town District, wilh frontage to Hawthorn avenue, Mornington, together with substantiallybuilt Houso of 6 rooms, concrete foundai ions, bathroom (hot and cold water), scullery. built-in cupboards, bay wmdow, verandah, washhouse, etc., drained to D.B. regulations, glasshouse, workshop, fruit and vegetable garden, native shrubs; lovely panoramic view; lies well to the sun; handy to car; in the beat residential portion of Mornington. Cards to Inspect at, Office. Also, USEFUL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. WALNUT PIANO (Joseph Bishop and Co.), LEATHER. 7-PIECB SUITE, AXMINSTER CARPETS, Sideboard, dining table, hall stand and hall carpet, lounge and occasional chairs, books, coal vase, occasional furniture, MIRROR-DOOR WARDROBE, Scotch and toilet chests, commode, bedding, blankets, napery, bedsteads, shakedowns, linoleums, bookcases, and general bedroom furniture. Kitchen furniture and utensils, office table, let ter press, leather bags and trunks, carpet sweeper, music, etc., lot N.Z. statutes. Also, SINGLE PHAETON and SET HARNESS. Furniture on View Morning of Sale. WEDNESDAY. 4th NOVEMBER, At 2 o’clock. At Ropms, 221 Princes street. Instructed hy tho Owner (who has left Dunedin). Removed to Rooms for Convenience of Sale. SUPERIOR. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, OAK MIRROR-BACK SIDEBOARD, DRAWING ROOM OCCASIONAL SUITE iGen-ia. Wive*. EXTENDING DINING TABLE. RED PINE SIDEBOARD, KAURI MIRROR-DOOR WARDROBE, MAGNIFICENT OAK SEMI-GRAND PIANO i Brondwond, White, and Co., London), dft BILLIARD TABLE. 4 LEX. HARRIS AND CO. A 4 have received hi-tructinus lo sell by auction, :n above. REMINDER. WEDNESDAY. 4th NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. SALE BY AUCTION. At- Room*. Dowling street. JAMBS SAMSON AND CO. liavo been favored with instruction* to ceil by Auction, tu their rooms, Dowling street., a large catalogue oJ Household Furniture. including— HANDSOME OAK SIDEBOARD, High-back dining chairs, pictures, ornaments, crockery, kerbs and irons, fenders and brasses, HEAVY AX-MINSTER CARPET SQUARE, oak beds, bedroom furniture, kitchen furniture. cooking utensils, etc., etc. See Full Advertisements. MEETINGS. NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY OP NEW ZEALAND, LTD. •VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, in rt terms of xlie Articles of Association, the ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING will be held in the Company's Office, Rattray street, Dunedin, on TUESDAY, 17th November, 1914. at 3 p.m. BUSINESS! To Receive the Directors’ Report and Balance-sheet for the IB months ended 70th September, 1914, the Election of Two Directors and Two Aulilors. Proxies must be in writing, and lodged at the Registered Office of the Company 24 hours before the lime of meeting. The SHARE REGISTER will bo CLOSED for TRANSFERS from November 2 till November 18. 1914 H. E. WILLIAMS. General Manager. Dunedin, November 2, 1914. THE GAELIC SOCIETY OP NEW ZEALAND. /■THE ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING JL of the Society will be held in the Oddfellows’ Hull, Rattray street (next door to Seoullar and Chisholm’s), TO-MORROW (Tuesday), November 3. at 8 o’clock. Visiting Highlander? rro cordially invited to attend. JOHN MLACHLAN. Secretary. AMALGAMATED SOCIETY OF CARPENTERS AND JOINERS. A SPECIAL MEETING of the Otago Branch will be held in the Trades Hal! on MONDAY, the 2nd November, at 8 p.m. Business: Very important. ED. KELLETT, Branch Secretory. PLUMBERS’ Union Meir vember 3rd, in T.ndcs Hal!; important F. E. Harr id gs, secretary. TItfANTED Kibwn—That Billheads,. Cirv v culars, Cards, Programmes, and Geh". ra! Printing of every description are executed at. the ‘Evening Star’ Office at Moderate ”
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