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AMUSEMENTS. SENSATIONAL WAR NEWS. THE J£ ING ' S _TH EATRE. FULLERS' CONTINUOUS PICTURES. 6.3O—EVERY EVENING.—6.3O Our Wonderful Budget of War Specials is received nightly with great enthusiasm and intense interest. For the- Information of Patrons : THE RUINS OF TERMONDE THE RUINS OF TERMONDE And GERMANS ENTERING BRUSSELS, GERMANS ENTERING BRUSSELS. Together with Our SPECIAL WAR BUDGET, SPECIAL WAR BUDGET, Will bo Screened at 6.30 and 8.20. MAKE SURE, DON'T MISS THIS. The KALEM Drama; QUICKSANDS. QUICKSANDS. A Powerful Story of Love and Jealousy. AND COMPLETE PROGRAMME. ADULTS, 6d. CHILDREN, 3d. BOROUGH OF ST. HILDA, "THE ST. KILDA MUNICIPAL BAND - will givo its FIRST CONCERT of the at the St. Kilda Band Rotunda TONIGHT, at 8 o'clock. Au excellent programme- has been ai J. B. DICK, - Town Cleric Our Last Shipments Make IG.OOO Copies! The Song of the Century! 'ITS A LONG, LONG WAY TO TIPPERARY.' The prodigious success of this Song is astounding. Sung by the Expeditionary Forces when embarking at Home, sung by the British Regiments on the field, sung in the Drawing Rooms of Aristocracy, sung in the little Backblock Hut, it is a song that has gripped the British people. The martial ring of the music has probably as much to do with its popularity as the simple pathos of the words. Every music-lover, every patriot, should have a copy, not because of the artistic excellence of the composition, but becituso it has touched the British heart. Price, 6d; post free, 7d. iHAS. BEGG AND CO., LTD., J Headquarters for Music, PRINCES STREET. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. FUNERAL NOTICE. OFFICERS, Members, and ox-Members of P.C.V.F. Brigade, also Dunedin City and Suburban Brigades, ore requested to attend the Funeral of the late Fireman A. Wiseman, which will leave the residence of Mr J. Campbell, George street, Port Chalmers, on arrival of 2.30 p.m. train on THURSDAY. Uniform. CAVERSHAM BOWLING CLUB. Officers and Members of the above and Associated Clubs aro respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of our lato member, C W. Fogartv, which will leave 14 College street, Caversham, TO-MORROW (Thursday), the sth inst., at 2.30 p.m., for the SoutWn Cemetery. J. M'M. BROWN. Hon. Secretary. NATIONAL RESERVE (Mounted Rifles). RITE PARADE of 1-ho MOUNTED RTFLES ordered for To-morrow (Thursday) evening is CANCELLED, as a mark of condolence to the Officer Commanding (Mr E. C. HazlctO on a bereavement in bis family. A. STONEHAM, Lt.-col. LOST AND FOUND. ' OST, Light Bay Horse, with cover on; J reward. 16 Grosvonor street. I OST (week ago), Black Handbag, between SLi Roslyn and Octagon; reward. Return 8 Ann street, Roslyn. LOST (vicinity King Edward street and City). 3 Bank Australasia Notes; reward. lis Lower Rattray street. 3 Reward lor Information leading to Discovery of Person who picked up Roll of Notes in Princes street last Friday. Apply 30 Driver road. T7IOUND. —At Stewart's, Fishmongers and ■J Poulterers: Splendid lot Feathers For 3d per lb, tlcttveved. only Few Shares available new . group United Starr-Eowkt-tt; join now. Hugh Mitchell, secretary, Stock Exchange. "I7TOUND, on Saturday night, young Black JL' Collie Di)g. Owner apply A. Gray, 786 Geonjo street. OFFICES and Sample Rooms, small and large; very central; very low rentals. Hooper, 62 Crawford street. TO LET, 4 and 6-roomed Houses; hj. and c. water; drained; 10s and 15s. 74 Dnndas street. TO LET, 4, 5, 6, 7-roomed Houses, City and Suburbs; low rentals. Bryant, agent. Octagon. TO LET, Six-roomed House, all conveniences, Upper Walker street. Apply 71 Manor place. TO LET, C-roomed House, every convenience. Apply No. 12 Adam street (off Russell street). «>-ROOMED Cottage, north end; modern O conveniences. Apply Hills, 349 Leith street. 30UTH DUNEDIN.-4 Rooms, 9s: 5 „J> Rooms, 9s, 10s, lis, 14s, 16s 6d ; modern 6 Rooms, 12s, 13s, 15s. St. Kilda: 4 Rooms, stables, lis; G Rooms, lis 6d: modern 6 Rooms, 16s Musselburgh: 1 Rooms, 3s; modern 5 Room?. 16s 6<i, 17s Cd. , People's Agency, South Dunedin. TO LET, House" 7 Rooms, Geol h j„ „...„ v „, low renf. Apply Mr Slock IMavaa Bros., solicitors). UNION STREET icioso George sireei.).— Good 7-roomed House, with all modem conveniences; 19s 6d. Parcrsons, 142 Rutirav street. r-HOOMED Hou<v (largo stable, drained), O No. 8 ttieet, South Dunedin (close Anderson L'av road). TO LET, cheap House*, torth street: 10s 6d. 8s 6d. Full particulars Alex. Harris and Co., auctioneers. TENDER 3. OTA GO EDUCATION BOARD. TENDERS will bo received up till 3 p.m. A on MONDAY, 16th November, for the ERECTION of an ADDITION to the ROXBURGH SCHOOL. Plans and specifications may be seen at the School, Roxburgh, or at this Office. S. M. PARK, Secretary. Education Office, Dunedin, 2nd November, 1914, DRAINAGE WORK. TENDERS are invited until 4 p.m. on - MONDAY, 9th inst., for DRAINAGE and PLUMBING WORK, Etc., at Mrs Mitchell's residence, Mornington. Specifications and particulars at our Office. JOHN REID AND SONS. LTD. GOVERNMENT NOTICES NEW ZEALAND" RAH.WAYS. WEEK-END EXCURSIONS TO QUEENSTOWN. Bj'XCURSION TICKETS to QU **,;*&- Hi TOWN will be issued on SATURDAY, 7th November, and will ba available for travelling to Queenstowu on day of issue and for rttuni up to the following Monday or Wedn«sdny, as trader:From First Class. Second Class. Dunedin _. ... 20s 12s 6d Mosgiel ... ... 18s 6d 12s Milton 16s 10s Balelutha 14a 6d 9s 6d Clint-ou 12s 6d 83 • The First Class Tickets include Saloon Steamer Passage, and The Second ClassStecrwgo Passage. hx Order.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5, Evening Star, Issue 15641, 4 November 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5 Evening Star, Issue 15641, 4 November 1914