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AMUSEMENTS. “Sooner Ilian bo a silent ini.ness I would see this country of ours blotted out." —Mr Asquith making” his famous speech. TOE RING’S THEATRE. PULLERS’ CONTINUOUS PICTURES. 6.3O—EVERY EVENING.—6.3O ANOTHER WAR LIST. Mr ASQurrn at the guildhall, REFUGEES FROM THE SACK OP LOUVAIN. KITCHENER'S LONDON ARMY. KITCHENER’S LONDON ARMY. PITIFUL SCENES IN BRUSSELS. KAISER’S NARROW ESCAPE. LATEST WAR NEWS. Together with DEATH SIGN AT JIIGTTNOON. DEATH SIGN AT HIGHNOON. DOROTHY DANEBHIDGE. MILITANT. HIS SUDDEN RECOVERY. Food Products of the Soudan. ANGEL OF THE GULCH. A DEAL IN STATUARY. PATHES WAR GAZETTE, Note. —The Special War Pictures will be screened at 6.30 and 8.20. ADULTS. Gel. CHILDREN, sd. A R R I S O N II A L L. VJT TO-NIGHT, TO-NIGHT, j At 8 o’clock. j Mr PHILIP SNOWDEN. j Mr PHILIP SNOWDEN, j Labor M.P. for Black burn. And . j Mrs SNOWDEN { Mrs SNOWDEN WILL ADDRESS THE WORKERS OP DUNEDIN On the ■ ‘INDUSTRIAL AND ECONOMIC ASPECT OP THE LIQUOR QUESTION.’ j His Worship the Mayor (Mr .1. B. Shaddock) will preside. Admission Prep. Cfllcction. /Ti A R R I K O N H A L L. VT LECTURE Rv Mrs PHILIP SNOWDEN. 'WEDNESDAY, at 8 pan. Subject; •A PEEP INTO PARLIAMENT THROUGH A WOMAN’S EYE.’ Tickets. Is caob. obtainable at Bible Depot and H. Drirrr's. Reserved Seats at. Dresden Piano Co. ELECTION NOTICES. DUNEDIN NORTH ELECTORATE. MR A. WALKER, tho selected LABOR CANDIDATE, will ADDRESS THE ELECTORS as follow": ALBANY STREET SCHOOL HALL—FRIDAY, November 13th. CORONATION HALL. MAORI HILL— j MONDAY, November IGt.li. TOWN HALL. N.E. VALLEY—WED- j NESfIAY, November 18th. Mot-lings Commence at 8 pan. DUNEDIN CENTRAL ELECTORATE. MR J. W. MUNRO, the selected LABOR CANDIDATE, will ADDRESS THE ELECTORS as follows: EARLY SETTLERS’ HALL—THURSDAY, November 121 hj. GREEN ISLAND VOLUNTEER HALL —FRIDAY, November 131 hj. WALKER. STREET MISSION HALLMONDAY, November 161 ii. Meetings Commence at 3 pan. BRUCE ELECTORATE. T»|-R c. R. SMITH. Liberal Candidate for 1 Brnee, WILL ADDRESS THE ELECTORS As under; STIRLING CHURCH HALL -TUESDAY. November 10. at o pan. TA RATH MIN E.— W EDNESDA Y, Non ember 11, at noon. WANG A LO SCHOOL. WEDNESDAY. Novetnbcr 11. at, a.30 pan. AIATAU SCHOOL. -■ WEDNESDAV, Novcm-b-'r 11, at 7.30 (.an, ' CLARENDON PUBLIC HALL.—THURSi DAY, November 12, at 6.30 pan, | MILBURN SCHOOL.—'THU USD AY, NoI vembf r 12. at pan. I MILTON CORONATION HA LL. FRI DAA 7, j November 13, at 8 pan. i STONY CREEK SCHOOL.—SATURDAY, November 14. at 6,30 pan. TIILLEND SCHOOL—SATURDAY, November 14, at 8 pan. CHALMERS EL KOTO R ATE. JAMES M. DICKSON, (he Government Candidate, will ADDRESS ’THE ELECTORS as under: HENLEY PUBLIC HALL.—TUESDAY, November 10, at- 2 pan. OTOKIA SCHOOL!! OU SK.-TU ESD AY, November 10, at 8 pan. ALLANTON PUBLIC HALL —WEDNESDAY. November 11. at 8 pan. CHALMERS ELK< '(’ORATE, 4 MEETING of SUPPORTER* i f Mr T. M. DICKSON, the Reform Cr.ndid.itL-, will be held in ll;e ANDERSON BAY S.S. HALL THIS /MONDAY) EVENING, November 9, At 8 o’clock. Business: To Foim a Local Committee. i i ■ ■— —-*» TENDERS. OTAOO A AND P. SOC lETY. rgTENDERS will be received till noon on TUESDAY, 10th November. tor the RIGHT to SUPPLY LUNCHES and LIGHT REFRESHMENTS at the SU3IMEK SHOW on 25th and 26'h November. H. V. PULTON, Score; ;ry. OJIiPAItATE TENDERS for ELECTRIC E? LIGHT INSTALLATION and ELECTRIC ELEVATOR at tho Medical i-rlmol, Otago University, will ho ic-ciavwl nn'.d noon on TUESDAY, November 17th. plans and specifications at my olin.-e. EDMUND ANSCOMBE, Arehhod. Union Bank Buildings, Dunedin. LOST AND FOUND. I OST. Olio Suokor Pig; reward. 78 Oisj trial road, Mumiagnm. lOST, While I‘oodlc, from Town Hail, -J ITUlay aiicnionn. Finder please return J. Dow, Town Hal!; revvaid. f OST, tiiold Medal. Kinder plna?o return |J |o W. Wilbers, Pios; and Glcndir.ing'a Clothing Factory, High si roe:,; toward. LOST, Fox Terrier Pnn. dr weeks old. ( Return 426 Cargiiljoaß LOST. Two Railway Tickets; reward. Kindly Race Sainshury’s, hairdresser, George street. ' LOST, Cameo Brocch,Wednesday, between Highgate, Roslyn. and Harcourt street, Eellcknowes; reward. Hemsiry. 13 Harcourt street. OST (yesterday, Roslyn), Silver Brooch with Scotch pebbles. Rewuid on reluming to 14 L’tile bourne crescent. JOST', Yacht's Dinghy; btoko from moorJ lugs, Saturday. Finder please inform Tonkinsan, engineer, Willis street. LOST, Bay Horse, with cover on; reward. 16 Grosvenor street. WANDERED, Ibis morning, from Murniugtpn, Bay Mare (cobj. Reply Springhiil road, Motningion; phono

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 15645, 9 November 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7 Issue 15645, 9 November 1914

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