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AMUSEMENTS. A SUPERB PROGRAMME OF PICTURES AND MUSIC. HAYWARDS’. OCTAGON. TO-NIGHT and NIGHTLY. 8.0 —Overture—‘ Gloriruia.’ 8.3 —The Ruins of Termonde. —Extra. 8.8 —Germans Faltering Brussels. —War. 8.1 3 Gaumont G raphio.—Topics 1. B.2l—Crocodile Hunting.—Sporting. B.24—Ghost of Granleigh.—Drama. B.42—Fjord* of Norway.—Scenic. 8 47—Pull’s Job.—Comedy. ■—A Scoundrel’s Chance. —Drama. o.26—Goodness Gracious.—Comedy. 10.5—God Save the King. F.NTF.H.TAI KING, EN.I OYA BLE PROGRAMME. 600 Scats at 64 To Book: 535 Seats at la. 6d Extra. Plan Dresden. After 6.30, ’Phone 3,091. 1 Mon, d’yo mean it? Is Bunty coming.H 1 S MAJESTY’S THEATRE Commencing MONDAY NEXT. EOR SIX NIGHTS ONLY. MATINEE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14. K, .T. CARROLL, In conjunction with J. C. WILLIAMSON, LTD., Presents Mr and Mrs GRAHAM MOFFAT And their COMPLETE COMPANY OF SCOTTISH PLAYERS In (he Delightful Scottish Comedy BUNTY PELLS THE STRINGS, I BUNT A' PULLS THE STRINGS i BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS, In Tinoe Acts, by Oraliam Moftal. | BUNTY delighted and charmed London for j 600 nights, and New York for 400 I night s. m j BUNTY was played simultaneously by five j companies in Great Britain ami eight in America. BUNTY is played by the author and Ids | wife (Mr and Mrs Graham MoffaO ; and a specially-selected company of j Scottish players. j BOX PLAN'S OPEN OX THURSDAY, I At 9 a,m., at ihe DRESDEN. Reserved Scats, ss. Unre-eivcd Scats, 2- - , 2.-, Is. SOUTH DUNEDIN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. CiUMMKR FESTIVAL AND SALE OP WORK, in Reid Hall, King Edward street, will be Opened TO-MORROW (Wednesday) AFTERNOON, at 2.45, by AY, T. M'Farlane, Esq.. Mnvor of Si. Kdda, and continued on THURSDAY and FRIDA Y. i Splendid display of Goods, useful and ■j Ornamental. Attractive Programme Each Evening. Vivian Family Wednesday Evening. Admission; Adults, 6d: Children, 3d; Afternoon. l ; Free. TO LET. OFFICES and Sample Rooms, small and large; very contra!; very low rentals. Hooper, 52 Crawford street. HAMBERS STREl^!—freomed Housed every convenience, garden. Apply V Gibbs, Alain road, N.E. Valley. ■ r [AO LF/r, 5-roomcd Home, Cargill road *- (close Workshops); all conveniences; 15s per week. Apply Fori, Roche, and Co., Rattray street. I’fAO LET. 7-voumtd House, 177 York place; A all conveniences. M’Koeman, 58 Glen j avenue, Mornington. I EYIO LET, Five-roomed House, 55 Grosj A venor street, Kensington. Rent 13s. TO LET (28 Clyde drrd). 6-voomod House; | hj. and c. water; 17s. Apply 17 Hyde , sired. r llO I.ET, House, 7 rooms, George street; ; A low rent. Apply Mr Stock, Adams 1 Bros., solicitors. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. JACKSON’S Private Hotel, Dowling street, Dinner 12 till 2; Tea, 5 to 7; Sexual* : and Parties catered for; committee room. First-class Accommodation Visitors. LADSTONE HOUSE) Mo7ay plrnio : (’phone 2.130). —-Best. Accommodation i ; visitors: personal supervision. Moss and j ; M'Pherson. j I TBBRNLETGH House, No. 11 Cargill street 1 | A. (off St. Andrew tired., 3 minutes from j the Octagon).—Vacancy for Boarders; every ; convenience; terms moderate. MASONIC Private Hotel has Vacancies for Boarders. Terms on application. In'nection invited. SPORTING. ; FOR BURY PARK TROTTING CLUB. 1 SPRING MEETING, j 27ih and 281 ii NOYHIfCEI!. 1914. ; 'V'OAHNATTONS FOR ALL EVENTS (both I | days) CLOSE at 9 p.m. on WEDNES- j ; DA A', November 4. ‘ Full programme in ‘Referee’ and ■Otago: ! Witness’ of October 7. • ! % 11. L. JAMES, i Secretary. ; MEETINGS, Moray black congregational! church. ] ANNIVERSARY MEETING. j , TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY) EVENING, i ANNUAL TEA AND PUBLIC MEETING j i in New Hull, View sired. ; | Special Addri-.-e?. Musical Programme. j j Tickets, One Shilling. i , OTAGO INSTITUTE. | ' MEETING CANCELLED. i OWING to the absence of Major HEAD | front the Dominion the Meeting of the | i Institute originally arranged for This Even- : | nr WILL NOT BE HELD. I E J. PARR. ! Hon. Secret ary. ! | AUCTIONS. : | WEDNESDAY, 4th NOVEMBER, i At 2 o’clock. ! SALE BY AUCTION. i i AT ROOMS DOWLING STREET i [ VERY MASSIVE 6ft RELIEF-CARVED I SOLID OAK SIDEBOARD, VERY EL A- J BORATE OVAL-MIRROR CHEVAL 1 DRESSING TABLE, EXTENDING DINING TABLE. V.P. TABLE COVER OAK HALL STAND (MIRROR BACK)' Etc., Etc. JAMES SAMSON AND CO. have been favored with instructions to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Dowling street, a large catalogue of Household Furniture, etc., including; VERY MASSIVE 6ft RELIEF-CARVED SOLID OAK SIDEBOARD, HIGH-BACK DINING CHAIRS, UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO, Pictures, F-aintings, Flower Bowl*, Palm Stands, Cutlery, Crockery, Ornament*. V.P. TABLE COVER, Copper Kerbs and Irons, Fenders and Brasses, Hearthrugs, HEAVY AXMINSTEB CARPET SQUARE (LATEST DESIGN), Linoleums, Occasional Tables and Chairs, Jubilee Chairs, Seagrass Chairs. OAK BED (QUAINT DESIGN), D.I. Beds, 5.1.. Beds, Kapok Mattresses. Flock Mattresses. Wire Mattresses, OVAL-MIRROR CHEVAL DRESSING UABLE, Duchess# Pairs, Chests of Drawers, Washstand* Ware, Commodes, CHILD’S DROP-SIDE COTS, OAK HALL STANDS, HEAVY CARPET RUNNERS, Slip Mats, Hall Tables, Hall Chair*, Kitchen Tables, Kitchen Chaira, Cooking Utensils, etc., etc. VLL ALTERATIONS OF DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS Must he HANDED IN to tho Office BEFORE _ ill O'CLOCK Lba ■ P P.rn’.DTNG-T> AV.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15640, 3 November 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 15640, 3 November 1914

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