AMUSEMENTS. K GREAT? WAR SPECIALS! THE ING'S THEATRE, FULLERS’ CONTINUOUS PICTURES. 6.3O—EVERY EVENING.—6.3O We have secured the following AUTHENTIC WAR FILMS For Screening in Conjunction with Our NEW PROGRAMME THIS EVENING. Patrons will have an opportunity of witnessing very vividly the ruthlessuess of out enemies, the Germans. THE fIUINS OF TER MONDE. Showing the Great Buildings Wrecked and Destroyed bv AWFUL SHELL FIRE. G ERM ANS ENTERING, BRUSSELS. Kaiser's Armv of Occupation. SPECIAL WAR BUDGET. WOUNDED BRITISH SOLDIERS AFTER THE BATTLE OF MONS. GALLANT BELGIANS AGAIN READY, After Wounds have Healed, FIRST WAR TROPHY CAPTURED. LORDS KITCHENER AND ROBERTS REVIEWING RECRUITS AND RESERVES. LATEST WAR HAPPENINGS. And Our COLOSSAL STAR PROGRAMME: For the Information of Patrons.—-The SPECIAL WAR PICTURES will bo Screened at G. 30 and 8.20. ADULTS, Cd. CHILDREN, 3d, OTAGO ART SOCIETY. NNUAL EXHIBITION OP PICTURES, A NNU ART GALLERY HALL. OPEN DAILY Till SATURDAY, 21st NOVEMBER. Hours: 12.0 to 5.30 p.ui., and from 7.30 to 9.30 71. in I ART UNION TICKETS, ONE SHILLING. | Including Admission to Exhibition. I Catalogues fid. AFTERNOON TEA. fid, WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS. I HALF GROSS PROCEEDS FROM SALI I OF TICKETS WILL BE DEVOTED TO I THE LAIR’ LIVERPOOL FUND. FIRST CHURCH OF OTAGO. OALE OF ’ ; ~ WEDNES WORK IN BURNS HALL SDAY AND THURSDAY, November 4 and 5. p.m. WEDNESDAY. Proceeds to meet. Extraordinary Expense* incurred in Renovating Church Steeple, etc. Admission- Adult.®, fid; Children 3d. Returnable in Good? Value. THE PENINSULA FERRY CO., LTD. TIME-TABLE. Mondays. Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays.Leave Dunedin, 11.0 a.in., b.15 p.m.; leave Portobello, 7.50 a.m., 3.45 p.m. Wednesdays. —Leave. Dunedin, 10.0 a.m., 1.30 p.m., 5.15 ji.m.; leave Portobello, 7.30 a.nj., 12.0 noon, 3.45 p.m. Saturdays.—Leave. Dunedin, 10.0 a.m., 2.30 p.rn.. G. 30 p.m.; leave Portobello, 7.30 a.m., 12.30 p.m., 5.0 p.m. Sundays.— Leave Dunedin, 10.0 a.m., 2.30 p.m., 6.20 p.m.; leave Portobello, 8.0 a.m.. 12.0 noon. 5.0 p.ra. Pares: Adults (return), Is Gel : Children, fid. Concession Tickets, 10 trip* for 5s (not available on Holidays). AUCTIONS. WEDNESDAY, 4th NOVEMBER. At 2 o'clock. On Premises, 35 Hawthorn avenue. Momington. In the Estate of the late William Will*. CHARMING RESIDENCE AND FREEHOLD, Hawthorn avenue, Momington. 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, with frontage to Hawthorn avenue, Momington, together with substantiallyVniilt House of 6 room-, concrete foundnj (ions, bathroom ihot and cold water), scullery, built-in cupboards, bay window, verandah, washhouse, etc., drained to D.B. regulations, glasshouse, workshop, fruit arid vegetable garden, native shrubs; lovely panoramic view; lies well to tbo sun; handy to car; in the best residential portion of Momington. Cards to Inspect at Office. Also, USEFUL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. WALNUT PIANO (Joseph Bishop and Co.!. LEATHER 7-PIECE SUITE, AXMIKSTER CARPETS, .Sideboard, dining table, ball stand and hall carpet, lounge and occasional chairs, books, foal vase, occasional furniture, MIRROR-DOOR WARDROBE, Scotch and toilet chests, commode, bedding, blankets, napery, bedsteads, shakedowns, linoleums, bookcases, and general bedroom furnitu'e. Kitchen furniture and utensils, office table, letter press, leather bags and trunks, carpet sweeper, music, etc., lot N.E. statutes. Also. SINGLE PHAETON and SET HARNESS, Furniture 011 View Morning of Sale. THURSDAY, sth NOVEMBER. At 2 o’clock. On the Premises, Eglinton road (dose t Main Souih road). Instructed by Van Paine, Esq., who i« leaving Dunedin. MODERN HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. WALNUT UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO (British made, Newman and Cod. On View Morning of Sale. X>ARK. REYNOLDS, LIMITED. X. will sell bv auction, as above. DRAWING ROOM: Velvet pile carpet, oak-framed photogravures, kauri and Genoa velvet occasional suite, wool rug, rattan and occasional table* curl chairs, art, mirror overmantel, pedestals, bowl; and plants, copper kerb, cushion-, vases, and (imaim-iilr. DINING ROOM: Kami minor-back sideboard, kauri dining iaiilc (square, h-g:-). kauri ami leather suite, Canadian dining chair*, bamboo m.b. hall stand, tapestry hail carper, linoleums, art curtains, dinner ter vice. HANDSOME KAURI BEDROOM SUITE, Comprising reflex duchcs-c pair and in.il. wardrobe, heavy pillar brass mounted bedstead and single beds: .-ads, bedding, blanket», and napery, durhesse chests, and general furniture. Kitchen furniture and utensils, wringer, steps, dresser, etc., etc. ■ WEDNESDAY. 4th NOVEMBER, 1 At 2 o’clock. At Ropms, 221 Princes street, ■ Instructed by the Owner (who bus left j Dunedin), i Removed to Rooms for Convenience of Sale, i SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. OAK MIRROR-HACK SIDEBOARD, EXTENDING DINING TABLE, OCCASIONAL SUITE, i KAURI MIRROR-DOOR WARDROBE, I MAGNIFICENT OAK SEMI-GRAND PIANO 1 ißroadwood, While, and Co., London). aft Billiard table. 14 DRUMS MACHINE OIL I Oak mirror-back sideboard, oak semi-gmnd I piano, walnut overmantel, occasional suite :in Genoa, velvet, leather dining suite, red p : ne extending dining table, wicker chain--, mirror-back ball stand, palm stands, rattan chairs, linoleum, coal vase, brass kerbs and krasso?, bnc-a-brac cabinet, couches. Singer sewing machine, chiffonier, child’s cot, child’® chair, occasional fables, duchesse chests, duebrsse tables, fenders and irons, doubln and single iron br.Jstends, wire mattress, flock mattresses, Austrian chairs, tapestry carpet , hall curtains, hearthrugs, oil painting*, mir-ror-door wardrobes, g.adt tone bag, kitchen tables, 2-roller mangle, wood-turning lathe. 3 gatden seats, crockery, crystal, kitchen mersds, etc., etc., etc. \LEX. HARRIS AND CO, have received instructions to sell by auction, as above. THURSDAY', 5.1; NOVEMBER, At 2 o’clock. On Ibe Premises. No. 197 Cargill street 'near Arthur street). ImfcrucUd by Mrs Hurley (who is leaving Dunedin). SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND FURNISHINGS. WALNUT SEMI-GRAND PIANO (Wilh. Bchm), DRAWING BOOM SUITE. KAURI DINING TABLE, MIRROR-BACK HALL STAND, MASSIVE RED PINE DUCHESSE CHEST, KAURI MIRROR-BACK SIDEBOARD, FISHING ROD and BASKET, 4ft BRASS-RAIL BEDSTEAD, DRAWING ROOM, DINING ROOM, BED* ROOM, and KITCHEN and GENERAL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. • \ LEX HARRIS AND d'CO,, Ai, have
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