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AMUSEMENTS. | THE GERMANS ENTERING BRUSSELS. THE RUINS OF TERMONDE. RING'S _T HEAT RE. Cullers' continuous pictures. 6.30— every evening.—6.3o a wonderful programme. The KALEM Drama, i QUICKSANDS. A Powerful Story of Lovo and Jealousy. Set iii tho Philippine Islands. _ Intensely Interesting and Realistic. GLORIOUS PATHE-COLOR : ON THE BANKS OP THE DAHL. ' A Wealth of Rich Beauty. Charming Child Photo-Play: THE MISSING JEWELS. A Very Beautiful Child in the Lead. MANDY'S CHICKEN DINNER. A Wholesome Comedy. This is just a Portion of OUR GREAT PROGRAMME. The Great War Specials : THE RUINS OF TERMONDE THE RUINS OF TERMONDE And GERMANS ENTERING BRUSSELS, GERMANS ENTERING BRUSSELS, Together wjt-h PATHE'S WAR GAZETTE, With a Wonderfully Interesting LIST OF WAR ITEMS, Will be Screened Nightly at 6.30 and 8.20. ADULTS, 6d. CHILDREN, ad. j lUNTT PULLS THE STRINGS.* xi "The simple humanity, tho reality of every action and word in ' Bunty Pulls the Strings,' gives it a pulsing, joyous spirit of life that. flows unchecked across tho footlights, and touches a reverberating chord in the hearts of the audience. By these very characteristics it takes precedence to 'Milestones. ' Referee,' Sydney. ■IS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. Commencing MONDAY NEXT, at 8. FOR SIX NIGHTS ONLY. MATINEE SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 14. E. J. CARROLL, In conjunction with J. 0. WILLIAMSON, LTD., Presents Mr and Mrs GRAHAM MOFFAT And their COMPLETE COMPANY OF SCOTTISH PLAYERS In the Delightful Comedy BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS, BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS, In Three Acts, by Graham Moffat. THE PLAY THAT BROKE RECORDS IN LONDON. BOX PLANS NOW OPEN AT THE DRESDEN. Reserved Scats, ss. Unreserved, 3?, 2s, Is (late door). MEETINGS. I 1.0.0. F., ALBANY STREET. -»TJTH LODGE, THIS (Thursday) EVENL ING, November 5, 7.45 sharp, InitiaI tion. Open Meeting (Anniversary), 8.30 I o'clock. LEITH LODGE, MONDAY, November 9, 8 p.m., Address, Bro. REID. Subject: 'Bums, Poet.' All members in I vifced to atfcood these Meetings. I D. M. MILLER, Sec. I VICTORIA JUBILEE CONVALESCENT j FUND. SUBSCRIBERS and all interested are corKJ dially invited io be present at the Annual Meeting in tho Town Hall on NOVEM. .BER. 6th (Friday), at 12 o'clock. ADA J. BROWN, Hon. Secretary. HO LET (December 1). that High-class L BOARDING-HOUSE (going concern), "The Mansions," upon terms suit tenant. Particulars JAMES ANNAND, 47 Stuart street. OFFICES and Sample Rooms, small and large; very central; very low rentals. Hooper, 52 Crawford street. TjnO LET, Six-rcsmed House, all convejiiJL, Upper Walker street. Apply 74 Manor place! IO LET, 4-roomed House; drained; 8s JL week. Apply 14 Harbor terrace. nnO LET, Furnished 7-roomed House, mo- . dcrn conveniences, on hill; pleasant sito, ,„.'a.liiy: penny tram. Address "' Term Only," Star' Office. mo LET, 4, 5, 6, 7-roomed Houses, City JL and Suburb?; low rentals. Bryant, agent, Octagon. >OSLYN.—S Rooms, li. and e. water, 15s; ■l> Maclaggan street, 3 Rooms, 6s. Otago .nance and Agency Co.. Ltd., 15 Empire Rniltlinn-s. TO LET (City), 3 Rooms, scullery, washhouse, copper, tub-, latest drainage; plenty ground; 7s cd. Oeerin. __ HO LET. 6 Rooms, bays, por;ico, electric JV light, bathroom, all conveniences, washhouse, copper, tubs; 17s 6(1, Gecrin. TO LET (City), 6 Rooms, gas, bat' all conveniences, washhouse, copper, tubs, drained : 255. Geerin, .auctioneer. rnO LET (nonh end), "4-roomed Cottage; 1. rent, 8a 6d; copper, tubs. Apply T. Maw, 756 King street. GOVERNMENT NOTICES BY DIRECTION OF THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSIONER. ' PPLICATIONS are invited for the Posl- . lion of DORMITORY MAID and ASI SISTANT LAUNDRESS. Salary commeucI ing at £55 per annum, with board, lodging, I and washing. Applications, with references, lio bo forwarded to <ho Matron, Special I School, Otekaike. AUCTIONS. BUILDERS, CARPENTERS, CABINETMAKERS, IRONMONGERS, STOREKEEPERS. . NEXT TUESDAY, 10th NOVEMBER, At 1 o'clock. At Auction Booms, 213 Princes street. MONSTER UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE STOCK GENERAL IRONMONGERY. On Account of Owner Giving Up Business. IRONMONGERY, ENAMELWARE, TINWARE, CUTLERY. CROCKERYWARE, GLASSWARE, LAMP FITTINGS. JOHN GEERIN AND CO., Auctioneers, will sell by auction, without reserve, IRONMONGER'S GENERAL STOCK. BUILDERS', CONTRACTORS' TOOLS AND IRONMONGERY, CABINETMAKERS' FURNISHINGS AND FITTINGS, HOUSEHOLD IRONMONGERY AND SUNDRIES. Open for inspection all day Monday and nioriihijf of eale. Special arrangements for forwarding country buyers' purchases. IN THE MAGISTRATE'S COURT, DUNEDIN. Dayton Moneyweight Scale Co., Ltd., Plaintiff; W. J. Gonim, Defendant. TOTTCB IS HEREBY GIVEN-that, by jl * virtue of a Distress Warrant in the above Court, I have seized the Right, Title, and Interest of the above-named Defendant in the undermentioned Chattels, and that the same will be sold by Public Auction on FRIDAY, the 6th November, 1914, at 2.30 p.m. o'clock, by PARK, REYNOLDS, LTD., at their Rooms, Manse street, Dunedin, unless the Warrant be sooner satisfied; terms cash: DAYTON MONEYWEIGHT SCALE, y, HOLLAND, Bailie

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