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AMUSEMENTS. p-LAZA _P ICTTJ RE S. 1 o'clock to 5.30; 6.30 to 10 rp.m. Showing for To-night Only, The Great Star Drama, DANCER TO DUCHESS. POWERFUL and MAGNIFICENT. The Story of au Ambitious Woman's Life. Also, ANGEL UNAWARE ANGEL UNAWARE (Essauny Drama), And AN OLD LOCKET, Featnrinjf Loin Weber AN OLD LOCKET, and Philip Snialley, AN OLD LOCKET, Leading Actors in tho AN OLD LOCKET, ' Rosary.' Supporting Series include : EXPOSING THE HANDCUFF KING Interest NEWLY WEDS' DILEMMA...Nestor Comedy WARWICK CHRONICLE Topical NEVER LEND YOUR BOOTS Comic Etc., Etc. Prices: Adult*, 6d; Children, 3d. BEAUTY COMPETITION. Entries Closing This Week. Watch Papers Screening Announcement. "IS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. Commencing MONDAY NEXT, at 3. FOR SIX NIGHTS ONLY. MATINEE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14. First. Production in Dunedin of a ' WORLD-FAMOUS PLAY Bv a WORLD-FAMOUS COMPANY. E. .T. CARROLL, - In conjunction with J. C. WILLIAMSON, LTD., Presents Mr and Mrs GRAHAM MOFFAT And their COMPLETE COMPANY OF SCOTTISH PLAYERS In the Delightful Scottish Comedy BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS, BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS, In Three Acts, by Graham Moffat. BUNTYS RECORD: Played 600 Nights in London. Playad 400 Nights in New York. Played by 12 different Companies simultaneously in Great Britain and America. Rescrvsd Scats, ss. Unreserved, 3.?, 2s, Is (lato door). BOX PLANS OPEN at THE DRESDEN TO-MORROW MORNING, at 9 o'clock. METHODIST CENTRAL MISSION. OPENING SALE OF WORK, Trinity Schoolroom, TO-MORROW (Thursday), at 3 p.m., bv His Worship the Mayor (J. B. Shacklock, Esq.). Afternoon Tea. Solo?.: Miss N. Dcnsem and Miss Shrimptou. Afternoons Free, Evenings Sixpence Continued Friday Afternoon and Evening. MEETINGS. WTORKERs PATRIOTS! CITIZENS! GARRISON HALL. Mr PHILIP SNOWDEN, Labor M.P. for Blackburn (England), And Mrs SNOWDEN WILL ADDRESS MEETINGS On iue Great Essential to Prosperity, NO-LICENSE AND PROHIBITION, SUNDAY. MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY EVENINGS, At 8 o'clock, OTAGO RIFLE ASSOCIATION. ,-tflE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING JL will be held in (he Garrison Hall TOMORROW (Thursday), sth November, at 8 o'clock. All shooting men are invited to be present.. E. P. LACEY, Captain, Hon. Secretary. ELECTION NOTICES. CHALMERS ELECTORATE. " E. MOLLER, the selected Liberal JJL. Candidate-., will ADDRESS THE ELECTORS as nmlcr:— Henley Public HaII—THURSDAY, November 5 Otokia Schoolhouse—FßlDAY, November 0. AHanton Public; HaII—SATURDAY. November 7. At 8 p.m. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. fACKSON'S Private Hotel, Dowling street, «i Dianer 12 till 2; Tea, sto 7; Socials and Parties catered for; committee room. First-class Accommodation Visitors. GLADSTONE HOUSE-. Moray place ('phone 2.lßo).—Best Accommodation visitors; personal supervision. Moss and M'Pherson. "ASONIC Private Hotel has Vacancies . for Boarders. Terms on application. Inspection invited. SPORTING. FORBURY PARK- TROTTING CLUB. SPRING MEETING, 27th and 28th NOVEMBER, 1914. ~ TOMINATIONS FOR ALL EVENTS (both <i days) CLOSE at 9 p.m. on WEDNESDAY, November 4. Full proprramir.fi in ' IMcrrr.' and ' Otago Witness' of October 7. IT. L. JAMES, Secretary. AUCTIONS. THURSDAY, sth NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. On tka Premises, No. 197 Cargill street, Dunedin rfneai- Arthur street). Instructed by Mrs Hurley uvho is leaving Dunedin). SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND FURNISHINGS. WALNUT SEMI-GRAND PIANO (Willi. Bohni), DRAWING ROOM OCCASIONAL SUITE, KAURI DINING TABLE, MIRROR-BACK HALL STAND, KAURI MIRROR-BACK SIDEBOARD, MASSIVE RED PINE DUCHE-SSE CHEST, Brussels hall runner, inlaid linoleum, wicker easy chairs, rattßn chairs, mirror-back hall stand. sUrl-head fenders and irons, Axmiusler hearthrugs, whatnots, occasional tables, Austrian chairs, Canadian dining chairs, occasional suite, piano stool, Brussel3 carpet, Japanese vases, photogravures, oil paintings, lacs curtains, horsehair couch, riming table, kauri mirror-back . sideboard, iin'tation marble timepiece, seltzogeue, electroplated ware, bookshelf, books, reading lump, hall linoleum, crystal; Asmiuster slip mats, massive red pine duchesse chest, Eingie iron bedsteads, toilet chests, wire mattresses, fieck and kapok mattresses, washstaud and ware, kauri duchease chest) double brasa-r»il iron "bedsteads, platform rocker, kauri mirrordoor wardrobe, shakedown, carpet sweeper, garden tools, crockery, brass-door step, wrin'-'or, FISHING ROD AND BASKET. ALEX. HARRIS AND CO. have received instructions to sell by auction, as above. SATURDAY. 7th NOVEMBER, AS 12.30 o'clock. On the Prcu!i«s, Melbourne street. South Dunedin (near Forbury School). CLEARING SALE BUILDING MATERIAL. 50 SHEETS FIRST-CLASS ROOFING IRON, 800 ft 4x2 and 3i2 RED PINE STUDS, 250 ft KAURI CEILING, 500 ft WEATHERBOARDS, 6 WINDOWS, 5 PANELLED DOORS, 400 ft LINING. Also, GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL. HARRIS AND ■AucUonoiirs.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 15641, 4 November 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7 Issue 15641, 4 November 1914

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