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AMUSEMENTS. 'AYWARDS'. OCTAGON. TO-NIGHT 7nd NIGHTLY. , CHOICE PICTURES AND MUSIC. Oponing sharp at 8 o'clock with THE TOPICAL WAR SPECIALS i THE RUINS OF TERMONDE. . THE RUINS OF TERMONDE. ~ GERMANS ENTERING BRUSSELS. GERMANS ENTERING BRUSSELS. GAUMONT GRAPHIC ... Good Number CROCODILE HUNTING ... In Colore FJORDS OF NORWAY £'<:enio Greeted with Applause. Some of tho Scenes aro Magnificent. BILL'S JOB. No. 1 Series. BILL'S JOB. Very Clever. GHOST OF GRANLEIGH ... _ Excellent A SCOUNDREL'S CHANCE ... Drama The Star Comedy: GOODNESS GRACIOUS. GOODNESS GRACIOUS. GOODNESS GRACIOUS. Featuring Sydney Drew, Clara. K. Young. ' Tlio Plot is really a Burlesque, and is Magnificently Acted. 600 Seats nt Cd. To 6d 525 Seats at Is. Book Extra. Dresden till 5; after 6.30 'Phone 3,097. TO-NIGHT Sain of Work TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT Sale of Work TO-NIGHT and in and THURSDAY. Burns Hall. THURSDAY. THURSDAY. Burns Hal!. THURSDAY. Admission, 6d and 3d, Returnable in Goods Value. Encourage Musical Tasto in' Your Young Folks! A VIOLIN AND COMPLETE OUTFIT FOR 30s!! For this small sum BEGG'S offer the following Outfit: —A Really Good Violin, with a nice tone —in fact, the value is remarkable); then a Serviceable Bow; a fine Black-wood Varnished Case, half-lined, with Handle and Hooks; an extra set of Strings, Resin, and a Standard Violin Tutor. The Violin is a Strad Model; full size. As nn equipment for a Beginner this Outfit is just the thing! Give one to your Boy or Girl! The Price is 30s complete. Inspection Invited. CHAS. BE-3G AND CO., LTD., Headquarters for Musical Instruments, PRINCES STREET. EDUCATIONAL. OTAGO EDUCATION BOARD. DUNEDIN TRAINING COLLEGE. K PPLIOATIONS for ADMISSION to the * College under ilia following DIVISIONS will be received up till SATURDAY, 28th November next. Division A. —Ex-pupil Teachers and Probationers. Division B.—Not Pupil Teachers or Probationers. Division O. Uncertificated Teachers who, for tho years 1913 and 1914, have taught in schools of grades not higher than Grade 111. (not more fhau five students can bo admitted under this Division). Division D.—Teachers who dpsire further training in professional work. Graduates.—To bo admitted for one year only, and to givo their whole time to professional training (not more than five students can be admitted under this Division). Before being deemed eligible for entrance to tho College candidates must pass such medical examination as tho Board* may prescribe. Every Applicant under Division A who hag not served Itis apprenticeship in the Otago District much furnish—(a) Evidence of having- completed his pupil teacher or probationer course to tho satisfaction of the Education Board by which ho has been cmployed. (b) A certificate as to hi« ability fo teach, signed by an Inspector of Schools. (c) Evidence aa to his good character. Pupil teachers and probationers who have served their apprenticeship in Otaqo and desira to enter the College must make application for admission. Application must be made on special forms, which may be obtained at tliis Office. Second-year Students must bo in attendance at the Collect- on the Day of Opening, MONDAY, 22nd February, 1915, and Firstyear Students on TUESDAY, 23rd February, 1915. Further information as to the conditions of admission may be obtained at this Office. S. M. PARK, . Secretary. Education Offico, Duncdin, 17th October, 1914. OTAGO EDUCATION BOARD. POSITIONS FOR~PUPIL TEACHERS. * PPLIGATTONS will bn received, til! SATURDAY. 21st November, 1914, from Candidates (Male or Female) for Positions as Pupil Teachers in several of the schools in this district. Candidates must oo at least 15 .years of agn, and must have obtained a, Certificate of Proficiency. Forms of application and information as tx> the conditions of appointment may bo obtained at this office. S. M. PARK, Secretary. Education Office, Dmiedin, 17th October, 1914. OTAGO EDUCATION BOARD. APPOINTMENTS FOR PROBATIONERS. APPLICATIONS will bo received fill . SATURDAY, 21s f, November, 1914. from Candidates (Male or Female) for Positions a.s Probationers in Schools in the Education District of Otago. Candidates must have reached tho ago of 16 years, and must have passed the Matriculation Examination or tho Oivil Service Junior Examination, or tho Examination for Senior Fro-o Places, or must otherwise, bo qualified in hold Senior Freo Places in Secondary Schools. Forms of application and information as to tho conditions of appointment may bo obtained nt this cflico. S. M. PARK, Secretary. Edw.-.tion Office, Duncdin, 171 hj October, 1914. OTAGO BOYS' HIGH SCHOOL, DUNEDIN. rp\VO JUNIOR ASSISTANT MASTERS JL arc required fcr the above School. Duties io commence Ist February, 1915. The work will be mainly general teaching (including Latin or French), with first year forms. Commencing Yalary, £l6O per annum. Tho masters appointed will be required to take a sharo in Cadet work, and to interest themselves in the outside work And life of the School. Applications, stating age, qualifications (scholastic, athletic, etc.), and teaching esperiancn, with copies of testimonials, to bo in the hands of the undersigned by MONDAY, the 16th November. P J. NESS, Secretary Board of Governors, Jetty street, Dunedin. OTAGO EDUCATION BOARD. APPLICATIONS, accompanied by Cflrrificntes and Testimonials, will be received up till THURSDAY, November 12, for the following VACANCIES:--Lovrll's FM-.—Heart Master. .Salary. £IBO-£2lO. Galloway.—Sole Teacher (male). Salary £l5O-£IBO. Cambrians. —Sole Teacher (male or female). Salary, £l2O-£l5O. Otckura. Sole Teacher (male or female). Salary, £IOO-£l2O. Kokoamo. —Solo Teacher (V.ialo or female). Salary. £IOO-£ls>o. Clyde.--Mistress. "Salary, £I2C-£l4O. Kurow.— Mistress. Salary, £IOO-£l2O. Awamoko.—Mistress. Salary, £IOO-£!2O. St. Bathans.—Mistress. Salary, £IOO- - Forms of application may bo obtained ni this Office. S. M. PARK, ■ Secretary. "Education Office, j Dunedin, 3rd November, 191,4. "N order to have the ' Star' out in good L time, it is found impossible to classify dvertisercentu tha*. come in after noon. After this hour they cannot be classified. Wo would therefore, request Advertisers to kindly bear thiti in mind, und sc"d in their Qiders Early.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 15641, 4 November 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6 Issue 15641, 4 November 1914

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