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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 15646, 10 November 1914
AMUSEMENTS. TO-NIGHT—EXTRA WAR NEWS. AN EXCELLENT PROGRAMME AT HAYWARDS’. OCTAGON. TO-NIGHT—At B.—NIGHTLY. MUSIC AND PICTURES. First. Appearance in Dunedin of one of the Greatest Stage Favorites 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 OF OUR GIRLS.’ A Great Success. Patrons Delighted. An Anglo-American International Romance, presented by a New York Broadway Theatre Cast; 5,000 ft of Exquisite Motion Pictures. LATEST PATHE GAZETTE. EXTRA WAR GRAPHIC. Kitchener's London Army—Wireless from the War. Also. Comic Caricatures. To bo Screened at 8 o’clock. A MOUNTAIN PASS ... Colored Scenio TANGLED TANGOISTS ... ... Comedy Ami a Variety of Other Subjects. All to Delightful Music. Stalls, 6d: Circle, Is; Res. Dresden, Is 6d. Octagon 'Phone 3,091, open 6.30. OTAGO ART SOCIETY. A NNUAL EXHIBITION OF PICTURES. ART GALLERY HALL. OPEN DAILY 12.0 it) 5.30 p.m., and from 7.30 to 0.30 p.m. ART UNION TICKETS, ONE SHILLING. Including Admission to Exhibition. HALF GROSS PROCEEDS FROM SALE OF TICKETS WILL BE DEVOTED TO THE LADV LIVERPOOL FUND. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS, OAMARU SHOW, 19th and 20th NOVEMBER. Holiday excursion tickets to Oamaru will be issued at Timaru, Dunedin, and intermediate Stations, including Branches, on THURSDAY, 19th November ; aha by Trains arriving Oamaru up to 2.31 p.m. on FRIDAY, 20th November, available for return till Friday, 27th November, 1914. On Friday, 20th November, the Train usually leaving Oamaru for Dunedin l at 2.35 p.m. wiJI NOT leave until 5.50 p.m., Dunedin arrive 10.55 p.m. Will not stop at stations Sawyers Bay to Pelichet Bay inclusive, except lo set down passengers. By Order. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. CENTRAL OTAGO A. AND P. SHOW AT OMAKAU. FRIDAY, 13th NOVEMBER. Holiday excursion tickets win be issued to Omakau from Clyde, Alexandra, and Galloway on FRIDAY, 15th November, available for return until Saturday, 14th November. On Friday, loth November, a Train will leave Omakau at 7 p.m., Alexandra 7.55 p.m., arriving Clyde 8.10 p.m. By Order, LOST AND FOUND. LOST, on Sunday, Canary. Reward on returning to 76 Highgate, Roslyn, LOST (Saturday afternoon), Parcel containing socks, etc. Please communicate 16 Montague street, North-east Valley. LOST, last night, between Castle and Fredericks streets, 801 l Notes and Silver; good reward. 624 Castle street. LOST (Sunday), Brown Retriever Puppy Slut: anybody detaining will be prosecuted. 31 Lees street. T OST, between tram sheds and Napier Aj street, Mornington, Moonstone Brooch. Finder please communicate Mrs Davidson, Napier street. LOST, Dark Collie Dog. with collar and chain; reward. 25 High street, Maori Hill; telephone. 3,668. WANDERED Monday. from Mornington, Bay Marc (cob). Reply Wright, Springhill road, Mornington; ’phone 1,645, WILL Person who took Bag from s.s. Waireka on Saturday night communicate to 37 Hope street. PERSON seen taking Parcel from Brown’s Tea Room-, containing tunic, please return 5 Sullivan’s avenue, South Dunedin. AUCTIONS. WEDNESDAY, 11th NOVEMBER, At 12 o’clock. At Rooms, Manse street. As a Going Concern. THE OTAGO PATENT FIREWOOD SUPPLY COMPANY. LEASE OF PREMISES AND PLANT, Lower Rattray street (opposite Wharf). PARK. REYNOLDS. LIMITED, are instructed by the Proprietors to sell by auction, The Right to a Lease for 7 years, at £SO ]cr annum, of Premises, Lower Rattray street (opposite Rattray street wharf), part of Section 4, Block 48, Dunedin, with buildings used by Ougo Patent Firewood Supply Company. Also MACHINERY, 8 to 10 h.p. Cr.isMcy gas engine, iron bench with sliding tables, circular saws, patent guard attachments Glover's patent, woodchopping machine, with elevator, bundling bencher, and all necessary equipment', office desks, fireproof safe, sundries, etc. This is a capital clia - co for n small working partv or coal merchant to take up a really profitable business, which has been established 8 years, and has been very successful. The business, on account of dissolution of partnership, must bo sold. MONDAY, IGth NOVEMBER, At 12 o'clock. At Rooms, Manse street. BEAUTIFULLY-SITUATED ROSLYN PROPERTY. No. 21 Sheen street (formerly Frederick street), “ Whare-Kaku,” 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, Roslyn Extension, containing quartor-acro freehold, together with Singlestory 8-roomed House (plastered throughout, bathroom (enamel bath and hot and cold water), drained to D.B. regulations, _hay 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 I lie property, being stocked with beautiful (lowering annuals. Wo confidently recommend inspection, and cards can be obtained at our office. Also, HARBOR SEASIDE SECTIONS, COLTNSWOOD, MACANDREW’S BAY. ' Sections 54 and 55, containing 1 rood 24 poles, and having a (rontago of 152 ft, to Marion street ROSS POINT, PORTOBELLO. Section 3, containing 15.39 poles, fronting Ross crescent. This is the best situation available for a seaside homo in this favorite township. Don’t neglect lo inspect these sites. MONDAY, 16th NOVEMBER, At 12 o'clock. At Rooms, Manse street. In the Estate of Miss M. H. S. Ramsay (deceased). CONVENIENT CITY PROPERTY, Nos. 72 and 74 DUNCAN STREET. 7 and 6-EOOMED HOUSES, ±-ACRB FREEHOLD. -OARK. REYNOLDS, LIMITED, JL are instructed to sell by auction, Section 39, Block XI., Dunedin, containing i-acre (66 frontage to Duncan street), together with No. 74, 7-roomed House, bos windows and portico, bathroom (hot and cold water), electric light, slate roof, brick wall, drained to D.B._ regulations; a really comfortable home. No. 72, 6 Rooms, electric light, drained to D.B. regulations, garden, etc. This is a conveniently-situated property, within 10 minutes of Post Office, facing north, and with splendid view; . close to Otago Bowling Green, and one of the best residential portions of the City. Terms can be arranged, and a large amount of the jyu’ohasa monqy «m remain at 5i per oent»
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