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AMUSEMENTS. AYWAEDS*. OCTAGON* TO-NIGHT and SIGHTLY. CHOICE PICTURES AND MUSIC. Opening sharp at 8 o'clock with THE TOPICAL WAR SPECIALS: THE RUINS OF TERMONDE. THE EDINS OF TERMONDE. GERMANS ENTERING BRUSSELS, GERMANS ENTERING BRUSSELS. GAUMONT GRAPHIC _ Good Number CROCODILE HUNTING _ ... In Color* FJORDS OP NORWAY _ Scenic BILL'S JOB. No. 1 Series. BILL'S JOB. Very Clever. GHOST OP GRANLETGH ... _ Excellent A SCOUNDREL'S CHANCE ... Drama GOODNESS GRACIOUS, Star GOODNESS GRACIOUS, Comedy. Featuring Sydney Drew, Clara K. Young. The- Plot is really a Burlesque, and is Magnificently Acted. 600 Seats at 6d. To 6d 625 Seate at Is. Book Extra. Dresden tffl 5) after 6.30 "Phono 3,091. ■OTORKERS! PATRIOTS! CTTIZHNBJ {JASRISOST HAiaf, MR PHILIP SNOWDEN, . Labor M.P, for Blackburn (Bnghssd), And Mrs SNOWDEN WIIL ADDRESS MEETINGS On the Great Essential to Prosperity, NO-LICENSE AND' PROHIBITION, SUNDAY. MONDAY, TUESDAY, . WEDNESDAY EVENINGS, At 8 o'clock. FREE! NATIONAL AIRS, including 'Rulei, Blfc tannia,' 'Marseillaise,* 'God Save the etc., to every Purchaser of the Populaj Patriotic Song, ' GOOD-BYE, NELLTE DARLING.' 6d per copy; 7d posted. nnERRYS MUSIC STORES. . 174-178 George street, Dunedin. AUCTIONS. SATURDAY, 7th NOVEMBER, 1914, 11.30 o'clock. Otago Farmers' Horse Bazaar. nHE OTAGO FARMERS' 00-OPERA-L TIVE ASSOCLVTION OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, will offer, at their Weekly Horse Sale, as above s On Account Mr D. Sncll (Momona)— Black maro, 6yrs (broken to saddle and harness) Spring-cart gelding, 4yrs (broken to all work). On Account Mr C. Tout (Port Chalmers)— Bay spring-cart, marc, 4yrs 2 black geldings. On Account Other Client*— 5 draught marcs and gelding* 7 epring-carters and light harness horses 1 double buggy and harness. L. MACLEAN. Auctioneer. SATURDAY, 7th NOVEMBER, At 11.30 o'clock. At the Dunedin Horse Sale-yards. DRAUGHT. SPRING-CART, AND LIGHT HARNESS HORSES. WRIGHT, STEPHENSON, AND CO., LTD., have received instructions to offer, as above» On Account of a Kakanui Client—--3 draught marcs • 1 draught gelding. On Account Mr D. Colqukoun (Tapanui)—■ 1 first-class bay harness gelding. Ou Account Other Clients—--1 bay harness mare, 7yrs (by Casket) 1 three years (broken to harness) 1 spring-cart filly, 4yrs (broken to ell work) 9 draught mares and geldings 5 spring-can and light harness horses. SATURDAY, 7ih NOVEMBER, At 12.30 o'clock. On the Premises, Melbourne street, SoutEfr-' Dunedin (near Forbury School). CLEARING SALE BUILDING MATERIAL. 50 SHEETS FIRST-CLASS ROOFING IRON, gnoft 4x2 nnd 3x2 RED PINE STUDS, 250 ft KAURI CEILING, 500 ft WEATHERBOARDS, 6 WINDOWS, 5 PANELLED DOORS, 400 ft LINING. Also, GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL. * LEX. HAL" PIS AND CO - Auctioneers. TUESDAY, 10th NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. On the Premises, No. 19 Stafford street (next Sbiel and Co.'s Auction Rooms). In'the Estate of Hyi Fong Tie and Co., Merchants and Importers. ASSORTMENT CHINESE MERCHANDISE, PERRY FIREPROOF- SAFE. 4cwt WEIGHING MACHINE, Clork. Barometer, Steps, Furniture, nnd • variory of Chinese Goods too numerous to particularise. IX. HARRIS AND CO. l. ato Instructed by t'n* District, T _ ..o!ic Trusi-oe in scl! by auction, as above. ABSOLUTELY WTTHOUT RESERVE. MONDAY. 9th NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. Sale by Auction, IX ROOMS, DOWLING STREET. OAK ROLL-TOP DESK. WING-MIBRO" CHEVAL. SHELLWARE. TELESCOF DINING TABLE. LEATHER CHAIRS ANI TOUCHES. OAK HALL STAND (MIRROI BACK), GENUINE SEAGRASS SETTEI AND CHAIRS TO MATCH, Etc, Etc. BEAUTIFUL OAK SIDEBOARD (HANDSOMELY CARVED), dining room suites, »ppcr kerbs and irons, fenders and brasses, > HEAVY AXMINSTER CARPET SQUARE, v.xi. hearthrugs, v.p. table covers, GENUINB SEA GRASS SETTEE AND CHATRS TO MATCH, kather chairs tuid conches, Jubtte< :hairs, occasional tables and chair*, china* scare, palm stands, flower bowls, mirrors, oictures. books, cutlery, HALL STANII MIRROR BACK, SIDE .SEAT), hall chairs, sarved hall ta.bl«s, slip mats, HEAVY HALL RUNNER, pas-sag© linoleums, oak beds, wood beds, <l.i. bod-:, s.i. bods, kapok mattresses, lock niattrcsse?, wiro mattresses, DUCH- I ESSE PAIRS. cbovaU. chest* of drawers, .rare, CHILD'S DROP-SIDE COT, , lino* eums, floorcloth, kitchen tables, !dfecbc(( ibairs, MEAT SAFE, cooking utensils, etc.. JAMES SAMSON AND CO. have be»n fprcred with instrnctions_ to kill by auction, at their Rooms, Dowling ;troet, a catalogue of Household Furni' 'Aire, etc., including' the above. Monday, iet.h November, At 12 o'clock. At Rooms, Msnpe street. In the Estate of Miss M. B. S. Ramsay (deceased). OONVEND2NT CITY PROPERTY, Nos. 72 and 74 DUNCAN STREEI 7 and 6-ROOMED HOUSES, i-ACRE FREEHOLD. PARE, REYNOLDS. LIMITED, arc instructed to sell by auction, Section 39, Block XI., Dunedin, contain. rig J-acro C6S frontage to Duncau street), ogether with No. 74, 7-roomed House, .boa vindows and portico, bathroom (hot and old water), electric light, slate roof, brick rail, drained to D.B. regulations j a really omfortable home. No. 72, 6 Room*, elec- . ric light, drained to DJJ. regulation*, garlon, etc. This is % conveniently-situated property, rithin 10 minutes of Post Office, facing lorth, and with splendid view; close to K&eo Bowling Green, and one of tb* bess evidential portions of the City. Teams can .•: ■o arranged, and * large sjmount of tha> *| urchase money j^.remain at Sjjger cenfcA-,'|

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 15643, 6 November 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 8 Issue 15643, 6 November 1914

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