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Page 5 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 15642, 5 November 1914
AMUBEMENT6. JEW QUEEN'S THEATRE. ' PERPETUAL PICTURE PALACE. Daily t 11.30 till 5.30; 6.30 tUi 10.30. TO-DAY'S NEW PROGRAMME TO-DAY'S NEW PROGRAMME Is Headed by a Photo-Play Of Deep Pathos and Exquisite Charm: A SOCIAL GHOST. It relates a A SOCIAL GHOST. Charming story A SOCIAL GHOST. In which a mother A SOCIAL GHOST. And her distressed A SOCIAL GHOST. Family are rescued A SOCIAL GHOST. From want as the A SOCIAL GHOST. Result of a boy A SOCIAL GHOST. And girl acquaintance A Special Feature of this Delightful Picture shows a Wonderful Trained Dog rescuing r Child from Drowning. KEYSTONE KEYSTONE KEYSTONI Great Comedv Scream: WHEN REUBEN "FOOLED THE WHEN REUBEN FOOLED THE BANDITS. BANDITS. A MEXICAN GAMBLER Powerful Drainatio Subject BINGYILLE FIRE DEPARTMENT Kalem Comedy AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE (No. 204). And, by General Request, SPECIAL WAR TOPICAL, GERMAN ENTRY INTO BRUSSELS, GERMAN ENTRY INTO BRUSSELS, GERMAN ENTRY INTO BRUSSELS, Showing Their Entry Into the City—Arrival of Very Heavy Transport—Troops Taking Rest—The Roll Call—Red Cross Carrying Wounded (or Machine Guns), and their First Meal in Brussels, Ar.d the RUINS OF TERMONDE. ONE PRICE TO ALL PARTS: ADULTS, SIXPENCE; CHILDREN. 3d. OTAGO ART SOCIETY. NNUAL EXHIBITION OF PICTURES ART GALLERY HALL. OPEN DAILY Till SATURDAY, 21st NOVEMBER. Hours: 12.0 to 5.30 p.m., ond from 7.30 to 9.30 ART UNION TICKETS, ONE SHILL" 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. TO-MORROW (FRIDAY), 6tb NOVEMBER*, 7.45 p.m. DISPLAY OF YEAR'S WORK. Wax? works, Descriptive Scene, Nursing (An. cient and Modern), Songs and Recitatons. ADMISSION, 6d. Home-made Sweets. AUCTIONS. FRIDAY, 6th NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. At Rooms, Manse street. Removed to Rooms for Convenience of Sale, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. WALNUT PIANO (Collard and Collard), China and Crockery, Blankets, Bedding, Dinner Service, Useful Household Furnishings. *ARK, REYNOLDS, LIMITED, will feell by auction, as above, KAURI DINING ROOM SUITE, CEDAR EXTENSION DINING TABLE, BRUSSELS AND AXMINSTER CARPETS, Saddlebags suite, Austrian and occasional chairs, fenders and fireirons, dinner waggon, walnut chiffonier, linoleums, hearthrugs, carpet sweeper, Brass-mounted bedsteads, Ehakedown, toilet seta, chests, washstands, d.h. sewing machine, commode, linen basket, bedroam furniture, KITCHEN FURNITURE and UTENSILS, wringer, mangle, meat safe, lawn mower, jam jars, utensils, potß and pans, etc., etc. WITHOUT RESERVE. MONDAY, 16th NOVEMBER, At 12 o'clock. At Rooms, Manse street. BEAUTIFULLY-SITUATED ROSLYN PROPERTY, No. 21 Sheet) street (formerly Frederiok street), '• Whare-Kabu," the Residence of T. K. Harty, Esq. (who is removing to the North Island). FULL QUARTER-ACRE and 8 ROOMS. PARK REYNOLDS, LIMITED, are instructed by T. K. Harty, Esq., to sell by auction, Section 19, Rnslyn Extension, containing quarter-acre; freehold, together with Singlesfcory 8-roomed House (plastered throughout, bathroom (enamel bath and hot and cold water), drained to D.B. regulations, bay windows) magnificent unbroken view of Harbor and surrounding hills. This is a beautiful Residential Property, which lies well to the sun, has splendid shelter, and the garden is a special feature of the property, being stocked with beautiful flowering annual?. We confidently recommend inspection, and cards can be obtained at our offico. Also, HARBOR SEASIDE SECTIONS, COLINSWOOD, MACANDREWS BAY. Sections 54 and 55, containing 1 rood 24 poles, and having a, irontage of 132 ft tc Marion street ROSS POINT, PORTOBELLO. Section 3. containing 15.39 poles, fronting Ross crescent. This "is the be6t situation available for a seaside home in this favorite township. Don't neglect to inspect the?? sites. FRIDAY, 6th NOVEMBER. Sr.lo by Auction, AT ROOMS, DOWLINO STREET, At 2 o'clock. QUAINT DUJUJi XLALiL, BUllfi, XUOrX PROOF SAFE, GRAMOPHONE AND R& CORDS, OAK DUCHESSE PAIR (HEAVILY MIRROR-DOOR WARDROBE, Etc., Etc. JAMES SAMSON AND CO. have been favored with instructions to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Dowllng street, a large catalogue of Household Furniture, etc., including— Leather chairs and couches, DTNTNG ROOM SUITE IN SADDLEBAGS, high-back oak dinin? rhairs in moquotte, occasional tables and chairs, EXTENDING DINING TABLES, flower bowls, palm stands, pictures, painting, ornamrnts. crockery, crystal, china ware, OAK CHESTERFIELD SETTEE. upright grand piano, overmantels, HEAVY VELVET PILE TABLE COVERS, curtains, curtain poles and fittings, VERY HANDSOME OAK SIDEBOARD (QUAINT DESIGN), linoleums, Axminster carpet squares, v.p. carpet squares, rugs, fenders and brasses, copper kerbs and irons, hall standi, hall tables, HEAVY HALL RUNNERS, passage linoleums, d i. beds, s.f. beds, OAK BEDS, duehesse pairs, CHILDS' DROP-SIDE! COTS, ware, chevals, chostt of drawers, commode?, wire mattresse". flock mattresses, kapok mattresses, blankets, bedding, mirrors, kitchen furniture, lamps, clocks, FTREV PROOF SAFE, 1 COCKATOO AND CAGE, floorcloth, cooking uten=ils, etc., etc. Also, 1 BARBER'S CHAIR IN FDJSTCLASS ORDER.. FRIDAY, 6th NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. At Rooms, 204 Princes street, SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. ! SCURR AND CO. have received instructions from Mrs Palmer (who is leaving Dunedin) to sell by auction, as above, SOLID ENGLISH OAK DOUBLE BEDSTEAD, QUAINT ENGLISH OAK WAfiHSTAND AND WARE, 4ft ENGLISH OAK ROLLER-TOP DESK, ELABORATE ENGLISH OAK DUCHESSE CHEST. EXQUISITE OAK ESCRITOIRE, OIL AND WATER-COLOR PAINTINGS, RATTAN SETTEE AND CHAIRS, MASSIVE BEVEL-MIRROR WARDROBE, Baby Daisy vacuum cleaner, croquet te», brass stand lamp, stair runner, sewing machine, wire mattress and bedding, tables, chairs, pictures, etc., etc ALSO, IN A DECEASED ESTATE, Gent's 18ct gold stop watch and chain, gent's 9ct gold English watch and chain, I pair prism binoculars and cm* (by etauua; ♦-Monk " - -, «r ;^M
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