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AMUSEMENTS. XTEW QUEENS THEATRE. PERPETUAL PICTURE PALACE. Daily: 11.30 till 5.30; 6.30 till 10.30. "Never put. off till to-morrow what can bft done to-day." At 11.30 a.m, 1 pa., 2.30 p.m., and 4 o'clock p.m. yon -can Bit in a comfortable seat at our accepted Homo of Modern Picturedom and view 'TUB RUINS OF TERMONDE.' 'THE RUINS OP TERMONDE.' Giving one an idea of the havoc wrought by shot, and sl,ell by order of tho " Mad Kaiser." Also, THE GERMANS ENTERING BRUSSELS. THE GERMANS ENTERING BRUSSELS. TO-NIGHT, TO-NIGHT, TO-NIGHT, At 7.30 and 9 o'clock, is the time of screening; these Pictures of the Hour. A Varied Supporting Series includes: OLD RELIABLE. Yitagraph .special fei'ure, in two magnificent parts. MACiv AT IT AGAIN i'A Kcvstono Scream, featuring "Keystone Mabel"). Izzy, the Operator Reliance Comedy The Parent Stnin Lubin Drama THE TOPICAL BUDGET, Containing many Scenes from the European War. ONE PRICE TO ALL PARTS: ADULTS. SIXPENCE; CHILDREN, 3d. OTAGO ART SOCIETY". A NNUAL EXHIBITION OP PICTURES. ART GALLERY HALL. OPEN DAILY Till SATURDAY, 21st NOVEMBER. Hours : 12.0 to 5.30 p.m., and from 7.30 to 9.30 p.m. ART UNION TICKETS, ONE SHILLING. Including Admission to Exhibition. Catalogues 6d, AFTERNOON TEA, 6d, WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS, HALF GROSS PROCEEDS FROM SALE OF TICKETS WILL BE DEVOTED TO THE LADY LIVERPOOL FUND. The Now Hornless Phonograph! THE EDISON AMBEROLA. BEGG'S have pleasure in announcing thah this NEW TYPE OF PHONOGRAPH is now available for the New Zealand market, and their first supply will arrive in about 10 days. The "AMBEROLA" is a handsome, gracefully-designed machine in cabinet form. Each "Amberola" is equipped with Diamond Point Reproducer for playing Blue Amberol Records, but at slight additional expense a Reproducer for u?e with Wat Records may be obtained. AMBEROLA Vni. is made in Dull Golden Oak Finish. Price, £l4 10s. AMBEROLA X., Fuaicd Oak Finish. Price, £lO 10s. Those who have large Libraries of Phonograph Records, and arc ardent admirers of the "Edisor," should certainly secure one of these charming machines. CHAS. BF.GG AND CO., LTD., Phonograph Parlors. PRINCES STREET. AUCTIONS. THURSDAY, sth NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. On tho Premises, Eglinton road (close to Main South road). Instructed by Van Paine.Esq., who is leaving Duncdin. MODERN HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. WALNUT UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO (British made. Newman and Co.). On View Morning of Sale. 3ARK, REYNOLDS, LIMITED, .-. will sell by auction, as above. DRAWING ROOM: Velvet, pile carpet, oak-framed phofograj vures, kauri and Genoa occasional suite, wool rug, rattan and occasional tables ;md chairs, art mirror overmantel, pedestals, bowls and plants, copper kerb, cushions, vases, and ornaments. DINING ROOM: Kauri mirror-back sideboard, kauri dining table (square legs), kauri and leather eaute, Canadian dining chairs, bamboo m.b. hall stand, tapestry hall carpet, linoleums, arlr curtains, dinner service. HANDSOME KAURI BEDROOM SUITE. Comprising reflex duchesse pair and m.tl. wardrobe, heavy pillar brass-mounted bcd« stead and single bedsteads, bedding, blankets, and napery, duchesse chests, and general' furniture. Kitchen furniture and utensils, wringer, step?, dresser, etc., etc. FRIDAY, 6th NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. At Rooms, Manse* street. Removed to Rooms for Convenience of Sale. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. 1 WALNUT PIANO (Collard and Collard), China and Crockery, Blanket*. Bedding, Dinner Service, Useful Household Furnishings, >VRK, REYNOLDS, LIMITED, will frell by auction, as above, KAURI DINING ROOM SUITE, CEDAR EXTENSION DINING TABLE, j BRUSSELS AND AXMINSTER CARPETS, ! Saddlebags suite, Austrian and occasional , chairs, fenders aud fire irons, dinner waggwt, ' walnut chiffonier, linoleums, hearthrugs. ! carpet sweeper, Brass-mounted bedsteads, shakedown, toilet oats, chests, washstands, d.h. sewing machine, commode, linen basket, bedroom fnniitnm. KITCHEN FURNITURE and UTENSILS wringer, mangle, meat safe, lawn mowec jam jars, utensils, pots and pans, etc., etc. WITHOUT RESERVE. WEDNESDAY, 11th NOVEMBER, At 12 o'clock. M Rooms, Manse street-. As a Going Concern. ! THE OTAGO PATENT FIREWOOD [ SUPPLY COMPANY. | LEASE OF PREMISES AND PLANT, Lower Rnttray street (opposite Wharf). PARK. REYNOLDS, LIMITED, i-re instructed by lite Proprietors t« KC-11 by auction, The Right to a Lease for 7 years, at £6O j-sr annum, of Premises. Lower Rattray fctreet. (opposite Rattray street wharf), par* of Section 4, Block 48, Dunedin, with buildings used by Oligo Patent Firewood Supply Companv. Also MACHINERY, e fri 10 L.p. Crjssley ens engine, iron bench with sliding tables, circular saws, patent guard attachments Glover's patent woodchopping machine, with elevator, handling benches, and all neinssary equipment, office desks, fireproof taiV. bundries, etc This is a. capital cln-ce for a small work. ing partv or cord merchant to take up a reallv profitable business, which has i>eei; established 8 years and bts been very sue. cessful. The business, on account of dissolim tion of partnership, must be sold. FRIDAY, G>h NOVEMBER. Sale bv Auction, AT ROOMS, DOWLTNG STREET, At 2 o'clock. QUATNT DUTCH HALL SUITE, FIRE. PROOF SAFE. GRAMOPHONE AND RECORDS. OAK DUCHESSE PAIR (HEAVILY CARVEDi, MTRROR-DOOR WARDROB^, Etc., Err. 'AMES SAMSON AND 00. J have been favored with instructions to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Dowliug Btreet, a large catalogue of Household Furniture, etc., including— Leather chairs and couches, DINING ROOM SUITE IN SADDLEBAGS, high-back oak dining chairs in moqueite, occasional tables and chairs, EXTENDING DINING TABLES, flower howls, palm stands, . pictures, painting;, ornani'nls. crockery, crystal, china ware. OAK CHESTERFIELD SETTEE. upright grand piano, overmantels, HEAVY VELVET'PILE TABLE COVERS, curtains, ctuiain poles and fittings, VERY HANDSOME OAK SIDEBOARD (QUADST DESIGN), linoleums, Axminster carpet squares, v.p. carpet square*, nigs, fenders and brasses, copper kerbs" and irons, hall stands, liall tables, HEAVY HALL RUNNERS, parage linoleums, d.i. btds, 3.i. beds, OAK BEDS, duehesw pairs, CHILDS' DROP-SIDE COTS, ware, chevals,— chests of drawers, commodes, wire mattresses, flock mattresses, kapok mattresses, blankets, bedding, mirrors, kitchen furniture, lamps, clocks, FDiEPROOF SAFE, floorcloth, eooking utensils, etc., etc. ALL ALTERATIONS OF DISPLAY, ADVERTISEMENTS Mint be HANDED IN to the Office BEFORE 11 O'CLOCK Jf the PRECEDING DAJK*

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 15641, 4 November 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 8 Issue 15641, 4 November 1914

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