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AMUSEMENTS. L AZ A PICTURES. 1 o'clock to 5.30; 6.30 to 10 p.m. For the Last Time, OX THE VERGE OP WAK. ON THE VERGE OP WAR. OX THE VERGE OF WAR. Also, MAX AND THE MASTER ... A.B. Drama PIMPLE PINCHED Comic The Latest War News in WARWICK CHROXTCLE Topical THAT AWFUL •MAID Comic Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. BEAUTY COMPETITION CLOSES SATURDAY. TO-MORROW ; o.ior.s. Our Helpless Millions Saved. "LIEUT. DARIXG TO THE FORE." What would happen if the London Water Supplies were cut by German Spies? Showing : A Sailor's Strategy. Nipping the Plot. Tho Terrific Fight on the Bridge. The Drowning of the German Spy. The Water Fight. The Race to Portsmouth. Loosing the " Dogs of AVar." Tho Famous Contestwinning Instruments! I BESSOX'S BRITISH I BRASS BAND INSTRUMENTS. [E Attention of Bandsmen is directed jl- to the, SUPERB SET of SILYER--I'LATED INSTRUMENTS on view in our window. This representative set, similar to what wo have supplied to a number of New Zealand Bands, is equipped with Enharmonic Euphoniums and Basses. BESSON BRASS INSTRUMENTS are perfect in construction and musical quality. As is well known, moro prizes arc won on Besson Instruments than on any other make. The unrivalled cxosllenco of iheso splendid instruments is attested by tho preference shown for them by tho Baud 3 of His Majesty's Army and tho cream of the great Contesting Bands in the United Kingdom. Full particular! on application. CHAS. BEGG AND CO., LTD., Solo Agents for Besson and Co., Ltd., PRINCES STREET. ' OTAGO AGRICULTURAL AXD PASTORAL SOCIETY. "ETROPOLTTAN SUMMER SHOAV. TAHUNA PARK, DUNEDIN. WEDNESDAY and THURSDAA'. 25th and 26th November, 1914. Numerous Special and other Prizes offered for All Classes of Live Slock. With the Generous Assistance of the Dunedin Jockey Club, £IOO IS OFFERED IN PRIZES IN HUNTING AND JUMPING CONTESTS. ENTRIES' CLOSE On SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, Schedules, Programmes, and Full Particulars from n. A'. FULTON, Telephone 1.031. P.O. Box 81. Dunedin. ELECTION NOTICES. ELECTORS OF DUNEDIN AVEST. iW K. J. M A G V 1 R E, * ° THE POPULAR PEOPLE'S THE TRUE AND DEA r OTED FRIEND TO LABOR. W. E. J. MAGUIRE Stands for New Zealand's Progress. The Peoples Rights, Our National Defence, And Empire Solidarity. MEETINGS IN FULL SWING NEXT WEEK, Ana (his Eloquent .Speaker must Draw Bifr Crowds. A. WATT, !v ANDERSON. E. .lENKS, Joint Secref.-i.ric3. \V. E. J. MAGUIKE'S MEETINGS R A. WALKER, tho select--! LABOR CANDIDATE, will ADDRESS THE ICTOPIS as follow*: ALBANY STREET SCHOOL HALLFRIDAY, November 13lh. ronoXATTON HALL, MAORT HILLMONDAY. Nf)vember 16(h. TOWN HALE. N.E. A'ALLEY—WEDNESDAY, November 38;h. Mi-/j<iii!7? Commoner ;.> 3 p.m. OUNEWN CENTRAL ELECTORATE. R .1. W. MT'NRO. - CAN!)] DATE, wi e selected LABOR ADDRESS THE EARLY SETTLE li ROW .Thursdr GREEN 1 SEAN II -FRIDAY. Nc WALKER STEEE MONDAY. No HALL -TO-MOR-Novrinbcr 12th. MIS.-TON HA LL--:mber 16th. CHALMERS ELECTORATE. TAMES M. DrCKSON. (lie Government *3 Candidate, will ADDRESS THE ELECTORS :w under :- ALLANTON PUBLIC HALL.—TONIGHT "Wednesday), November 11 at 8 o'clock. EAST TATERI PUBLIC HALL.— THURSDAY, November 12, at Bpm KURI BUSH SCHOOLHOUSE.—FRIDAY. Novem!>er 131 hj. at 5.50 p m. BRIGHT >'< = "I!C()',HOUSE.—FRI- - November 13th, at 8 p.m. CHA LMER.S ELECTORATE. XT '■• MOLLEE. tho selected Liberal " ".• Candidate. will ADDRESS the XTORiS as under: KURI BUSH.—TO-XIGHT tWednesdav'l. November 11. BRIGHTON.-THURSDAY'. November HOLI3AY RESORTS. furnished; also 3-roomcd Cottage, fur,...thed. Apply Fletcher Bros., Cameron street, Eens-ingtcn. > RIGHTON .—To Let! 6 Rooms TlTir".a3 nished), November to Easf-er. except month January. Box 2, Green Island. WANTED, at AVarringtou, fortnight at Xmas, Five-roomed Furnished House. Address "Emden," 'Star' Office. FOR SALE (Broad Bay), 5 Rooms and ul) conveniences; land, over ;j-acre; close wharf; best situation in Bay; with or without furniture. Address "F.D.,'' 'Star' Office. WANTED Known—That Billheads, Circulars, Curds, Programmes, and Gene, ral Printing of every description ;.re executed at the 'Evening SUr Office at Moderate

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 15647, 11 November 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6 Issue 15647, 11 November 1914

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