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AMUSEMENTS. TO-NIGHT-EXTRA WAR GRAPHIC. Patrons can look forward to AN EXCELLENT PROGRAMME AT HAYWARDS’. OCTAGON, TO-NIGHT—At B.—NIGHTLY. MUSIC AND PICTURES. First Appearance in Dunedin of one of 4h* Greatest Stage Fftvoriies and the most Fascinating Film Actress in America, HAZEL DAWN, In Bronson Howard’s Great Dramatic, ‘ ONE OF OUR GIRLS.’ ‘ONE OF OUR GIRLS.’ - ‘ ONE OP OUR GIRLS.’ An Anglo-American. International Romance presented by a New York Broadway Theatri Cast ; 5.000 ft of Exquisite Motion Picture* LATEST PATHE GAZETTE. EXTRA WAR GRAPHIC. Kitchener’s London Army—Wireless from the War. Also, Comic Caricatures. To be Screened at 8 o'clock. A MOUNTAIN PASS ... Colored Scenic TANGLED TANGOISTS Comedy And a Variety of Other Subjects. All to Delightful Music. Stalls, 6d: Circle, Is: Res. Dresden, Is €d. Octagon ’Phono 5,091, open 6.30. OTAGO ART SOCIETY. A NNUAL EXHIBITION OF PICTURES. J\ ART GALLERY HALL. OPEN DAILY 12 0 to 5.30 p.m.. and from 7.30 to 9.30 n.m, ART UNION TICKETS, ONE SHILLING, ; Including Admission to Exhibition. * HALF GROSS PROCEEDS FROM SALET OF TICKETS WILL BE DEVOTED TO THE LADY LIVERPOOL FOND. AUCTIONS. 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 Hip Fong Tie and Co., Merchants and Importers. ASSORTMENT CHINESE MERCHANDISE, PERRY FIREPROOF SAFE, 4cwt WEIGHING MACHINE, Clock, Barometer, Steps, Furniture, and a variety of Chinese Goods too numerous to particularise. ALEX, HARRIS AND CO. ■jUL are instructed by the District DeputyPublic Trustee to sell by auction, as above. ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT RESERVE. WEDNESDAY. IXlh NOVEMBER, At 2 o’clock. At Rooms, 221 Princes street, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. WALNUT PIANOFORTES (by Reinhardt A. Werner), PARLOR SUITE IN GENOA VELVET. ■'.-PLATE CAMERA and ACCESSORIES, MIRROR-BACK SIDEBOARD. A LEX. HARRIS AND CO. are instructed to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Furniture, eto-, Including—Brussels carpet, overmantel, easy chairs, wicker and rattan chairs, dining table, dinner set, oi paintings, couches, fenders, occasional tables, Bft dining billiard table, vases, ornaments, lamp;. Austrian chairs, double and single iron bedsteads, wire and flock mattresses, duelists’ and toilet chests of drawers, wire-seated sofa, mirror-door wardrobe, cradle, wire shake, i downs. Singer cabinet sewing machine, gent’s free-wheel bike, push chair, dresser, Miner stove, register grate, carpenter’s bench, 2 r.p. mantelpieces, glass case, table mangle, 1 steps. BUILDERS, CARPENTERS, CABINETMAKERS, I IRONMONGERS, STOREKEEPERS, NEXT TUESDAvTIOth NOVEMBER, At 1 o'clock. At Auction Rooms, 213 Princes •treet. MONSTER UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE STOCK GENERAL IRONMONGERY, On Account of Owner Giving Up Business. •, Removed to Rooms for Convenience of Selling. I IRONMONGERY. ENAMELWAEB, TINi WARE, CUTLERY, CROCKERYWARE^ i glassware, lamp fittings. , -|-on>: GEE BIN AND CO t :f * Auctioneers, will sell by auction, ■with' i out re»erve, : IRONMONGER’S GENERAL STOCK. • BUILDERS’, CONTRACTORS’ TOOLS AND IRONMONGERY, (CABINETMAKERS’ FURNISHINGS ANT 1 FITTINGS, ■ HOUSEHOLD IRONMONGERY AND SUNDRIES. GRINDSTONES, 42 x 6 and 13 x S. i No Reserve. No Reserve. I Opsui for inspection nil day Monday and’ j morning -of sale. Special arrangements fot j forwarding country buyers’ purchases, | TUESDAY, 10th NOVEMBER, j At 2 o’clock. : On the Premises, No. 563 George street, ■Citv (near Albany street). Instructed* by Miss Hay (who is leaving Dunedin). MODERN FURNITURE. WALNUT PLANO (W. Bowman). | On View Morning of Sale. *APiK, REYNOLDS, LIMITED, will sell by auct ion, ns above, AUBI AND TAPESTRY OCCASIONAL SUITE, BRUSSELS CARPET, ■emiantel, occasional furniture, red pine leboard, rugs, lace curtains, mahogany okease-ebiffonier, raaas and ornaments, ihoeany extension dining table, mahogany chiffonier, couch, piano stool, linoleum. MAHOGANY HORSEHAIR. SUITE. KAURI MIRROR-DOOR WARDROBE, ■dsteads and mattresses, commode, dressr pair, toilet chcste, arid general bedroom [’ujqjivuro. Austrian chairs, rattan settee, SINGER SEWING MACHINE, tchen furniture and utensils, wringer, sal safe, steps, lawn mower, garden chair, fishing rod, basket, and waders. WEDNESDAY, 11th NOVEMBER, At 2 u’clock sharp. ; SALE BY AUCTION, 1 In Downstairs Rooms, i MRS WANGLIN'? HOUSEHOLD TURN It. 1 " Trim, WALNUT PIANOFORTE, ( ORGAN, Etc. 1 Removed io Rooms from Rosljn for Convenience of Sale. J' AMES SAMSON AND CO. have been favored with instructions from Airs Wakel.’n (who is leaving Dunedin) i to sell by auction. The Whole of her House-hold Furniture, : c.ic., including--WALNUT IRON-FRAME PLANO (good tone, splendid order). SUPERIOR ORGAN, ! piano steal large carpr.t square, FANCY j SOLID WALNUT MIRROR CABINET, i fcoKd oak d. extending dining table, I DINNER AND TEA WARE, fancy china ■ ware, kerbs and irons, teagrass chairs, masi rive rh. steilidri, DINING ROOM SUITE, i curtains end poles, INLAID OCCASIONAL i CHAIRS, Morris chair, 2 largo mirrors, pot islands and pals, pictures, ornaments, SOLID j OAK HALL STAND, hall runner, heavy 1 linoleum, lump!;, double and single wood and iron bedsteads, SUPERIOR OAK BEDROOM SUITE, wire and flock mattresses, MASSIVE SOLID WALNUT DUCHESSU TABLE AND MARBLE WASHSTAND TO MATCH, Bcaconsficid mirror wardrobe, duchmo chest s, tables, dhaarfl, chests of drawers, wash-stand b, ware, IRON COT, j meat safe, steps, push cart, SINGER SEW- | ING MACHINE, waehing machine, mangle, i tools, etc. ! Also, under Distraint for Rent, Medical boaks, head chart, sounding instruments, c.p. ware, fancy vases, knickknacks, E-P. CAKE DISH, superior pocket books, sheets, ropery, fancy linen, fancy ware, e.p. table ware, flower bowls, spoons iu cases, MICROSCOPE, graphophono, pair superior neid-glasaos, brass reading lamp. WEDNESDAY, 11th NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock sharp. 1 Upright Grand Iron-frame Piano by Bel! and Co. This is a magnificent instrument, Cost 110 guineas to land in Dunedin, and is to bo sold' without reserve. 1 Invalid’s Chair (in first-class order), 1 Barber’s Cbair, 18ft Billiard Table with all Accessories (C. and W. Hayward). Jewoller’s Fireproof Safe, 46 x 28. JAMES SAMSON AND CO. have been favored with instructions to sell by auction, the above. JVednesdayb Morning,

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 8, Evening Star, Issue 15645, 9 November 1914

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