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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 15646, 10 November 1914
AMUSEMENTS. “ Sooner than be a silent wit ness I would see this country of ours blotted out.”—Mr Asquith making his famous speech. THE RING’S THEATRE FULLERS’ CONTINUOUS PICTURES. 6.3O—EVERY EVENING.—6.3O ANOTHER WAR LIST. MR ASQUITH 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 HIGHNOON. DEATH SIGN AT HIGHNOON. DOROTHY DANEBRIDGE, MILITANT. HIS SUDDEN RECOVERY. Food Products of tho Soudan. ANGEL OF THE GULCH. A DEAL IN STATUARY. PA THE.S WAR GAZETTE. Note.—The Special War Pictures will ha screened at 6.30 and 8.20. ADULTS. 6d. CHILDREN, 3d, PROHIBITION CAMPAIGN, Q_ARRISON HALL. TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! At. 8 o'clock. THE SNOWDENS THE SNOWDENS Will Speak on tho ■ ECONOMIC ASPECT OF THE LIQUOR QUESTION.’ Rev. R, S. Gray will preside. Admission Free. Collection. I TO LET. SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY FOR DENTIST. TO LET, at Oamaru, in central position of Main street, SUITE OP ROOMS, just vacated by E. F, Armstrong, dentist, and occupied by him as such for a period of 20 years. Early application necessary. Moderate rental. Apply G. AND T. YOUNG, LTD., Jewellers, Dunedin or Osmam. TO LET (December Ist), “THE MANSIONS,” the well-known High-class Boarding-house. For particulars apply JAMES ANN AND, 47 Stuart street. OFFICES and Sample Rooms, email and largo; very central; very low rentals. Hooper, 52 Crawford street. TO LET, Six-roomed House, all conveniences, Upper Walker street. Apply 74 Manor place. 'IAO LET (penny (section), Five-roomed JL House, all conveniences. No. 20 Philip etreet, Kensington. ROOM To Let (furnished or unfurnished), N.E. Valley. Address “II.,” ‘Evening Star.’ TO LET, 3-roomed Cottage. J, B. Thomson and Son, builders, Filleul street. TO LET (Musselburgh), modern Fourroomed House, every convenience, dose tram. Apply 34 Grove street, Musselburgh. TO LET, Furnished House, fit, Kilda, on tram line, near beach, for December and January. Box 162. TO LET, superior Furnished Bedroom and Sitting Room ; also Bed-Sitting Boom; every convenience; good locality; central. Address “ Comfort,” C.P.O. ST. KILDA (fronting car line).—Modern 5-roomed Villa, conveniences; 15s. Patersons, Rattray street. USSELBIJRGH.—Five Rooms, 16s; Six Rooms, 18s 6d; every modern convenience, garden, otc. Carter. Exchange Court. TO LET, 3 and 4-roomed Houses; very comfortable, 48 Forth street. TO LET, 6-roomed House; fa. and c. water, every convenience. Apply 65 Dundas street. HOLIDAY RESORTS. WARRINGTON.— To Let, dose to the Beach ami tho Bay, Fully-furnished Five-roomed Bungalow from now until 22nd December, and from the 3rd January until Easter. Address “Tidy," ‘Star’ Office. WANTED, Furnished Crib, near seaside, for ten CIO) days at Christmas. State terms in 8 Maitland street, Dunedin. TYUANTED To Let (for Christmas holi. It days), 3or 4-roomed House, near seaside. “Careful," ‘Star’ Office. TO Week-enders. —For Sale, Movable Crib, 14ft x Bft. Apply 89 Harbor terrace. OLET (Broad Bay), Bungalow, 5 rooms, furnished: also 5-roomed Cottage, furnished. Apply Fletcher Bros., Cameron street, Kensington. AUCTIONS. WEDNESDAY. 11th 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, etc., 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, duebetsa and toilet chests of drawers, wire-seated sofa, mirror-door wardrobe, cradle, wire shakedowns. Finger cabinet sewing machine, gent’* free-wheel bike, push chair, dresser, Miner stove, register grate, carpenter’s bench, 2 r.p. mantelpieces, glass case, table mangle, steps. WEDNESDAY, 11th NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock sharp. SALE BY AUCTION, In Downstairs Booms. AIRS WAKELIN’S HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. WALNUT PIANOFORTE. ORGAN, Etc. Removed io Rooms from Roslyn for Convenience of Sale. JAMBS SAMSON AND OObave been favored with instructions from Mrs Wakelin (who is leaving Dunedin) to soil by auction. Tho Whole of Iter Houseltold Furniture, do., including--WALNUT IRON-FRAME PIANO (good tone, splendid order), SUPERIOR ORGAN, piano stool, largo carpet square, FANCY SOLID WALNUT MIRROR CABINET, solid oak sideboard, extending dining tabic, DINNER AND TEA WARE, fancy china ware, kerbs and irons, seagrass chairs, massive Cbestcrfisld, DINING ROOM SUITE, curtains and noles. INLAID OCCASIONAL CHAIRS, Morris chair, 2 large mirrors, pot stands and pots, pictures, ornament*, SOLID OAK HALL STAND, hall runner, heavy linoleum, lampr. double and single wood and iron bedsteads, SUPERIOR OAK BEDROOM SI TIE, wire and Hock mattresses, MASSIVE SOLID WALNUT DUCHBSSE TABLE AND MARBLE WASHSTAND TO MATCH. Beaconsfield mirror wardrobe, duebesso chests, tables, chairs, chests of drawers, wash-stands, ware, IRON COT, meat safe, steps, push cart, SINGER SEWING MACHINE, washing machine, mangle, tools, etc. Also, under Distraint for Rent, Medical books, head chart, sounding instruments, e.p. ware, fancy vases, knickknacks, E.P. CAKE DISH, superior pocket books, sheets, t.apery, fancy linen, fancy ware, e.p. table ware, flower bowls, spoons in cases. MICROSCOPE, graphophone, pair superior 'ield-glaeser, brass reading lamp. WEDNESDAY. 11th NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock sharp. 1 Upright Grand Iron-frame Piano by Bell and Co. Tliis is a magnificent instrument. Cost. 110 guineas to land in Dunedin, and is to be sold without reserve. 1 Invalid’s Chair (in first-class order), 1 Barbers Chair, Bft Billiard Table with all Accessories (C. and W. Hayward). Jeweller’s Fireproof Safe, 46 x 28. 1 Stereoscope and 250 Medical Viewi, JAMES SAMSON AND CO, have been favored with iastrnctiouC, to sell by auction, the above. On Ti«w JVedaesday Morning- wtjm
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