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AMUSEMENTS. PRO PATRIA. | THE _[ING'S JHEATRE. FULLERS' CONTINUOUS PICTURES. 6.SO—EVERY EVENING.—6.3O SPECIAL WAR BUDCET. Kitchener's London Army—The Oath of Allegiance—Mr Asquilh -Making his Famous Speech at, the Guildhall—Refugees from the Sack of Louvain—Pitiful .Scenes in Brussels —Wounded British from Mous—Russian Refugees—French Reservists. REMARKABLY CLEVER CARTOONS, lihisuuiinir Latest, War Tonics. BATHE'S' WAR GAZETTE. MAGNIFICENT WESTERN DRAMA. DEATH SIGN AT HIGHNOON. DEATH SIGN AT HIGHNOON. Red Indians and American Scouts. A REALISTIC RATTLE SCENE. A'itaoraph Coined}-. DOROTHY DANEBRIDGE. MILITANT. Food Products of the Soudan. ANGEL OF THE GULCH. Note.—The Special War Pictures will be screened at G. 30 and 8.20. ADULTS, 673. CHILDREN, 3d. I SECOND CONCERT I Of the DUNEDIN MANDOLIN, BANJO, AND GUITAR ORCHESTRA. BURNS HALL. THURSDAY, November 18t.ii, at 8 p.m. H. O. STOKES Musical Director. Assisting Artist*: 31 rs W. Harvev, Miss J. Clarkson, and Mr F. Hail. Mr E. Y. Slyficld will Recite Henry Cliappell's Poem 'The Day.' A limited number of Extra Tickets obtainable at Hall or from Miss Brown's Typewriting Office, above Moray Place Post Office, I J. ALLDRED, Hon. Sec. Telephones 2,336, 2,997. CAVERSHAM BAND. EUCHRE Party Social, Friendly Societies' Hall, South Dune-din. THIS EVENING, 8 o'clock. Gei:i-. Is; Ladies, basket. AUCTIONS. TUESDAY, 17th NOVEMBER, At 12.30 o'clock. At Rooms. Princes street, Duncdin. On Account of tho Liquidator of the Ouiram Societies' Hall Co., Ltd. OUTRAM HALL AND FREEHOLD. ALEX. HARRIS AND CO. hava received instructions to sell by tion, as above, Parts of Section'lß, Extension of O-jfrain. area 13.3 poles, freehold, with' a substantia! Brick Building. 33ft bv 66ft, know "THE OUTRAM HALL," titled with 2 sido rooms, scats, and forms. TUESDAY, 17th NOVEMBER, At 12.30 o'clock. At Rooms,. Princes street. LEASEHOLD INVESTMENT PROPERTY, 40-42 WILKIE ROAD, KENSINGTON. Two 4-room Cottages, baths, washhouses, coal sheds, drained to sewer. Good tenant); are always available for these houses, situated so close to (be City and within penny car section. Rental return shows 9£ per ALEX. ' HARRIS AND CO. are Instructed by- the Owner (who Inib left Dunedin) to sell by auction, as above. I FRIDAY, 13th NOVEMBER., } At 2 o'clock. I Sale by Auction, AT ROOM?, DOWLING STREET. OAK HIGH-BACK CHAIRS. EXTENDINGDINING TABLE, UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO, HEAVY CARPET SQUARE, OAK SIDEBOARD (MIRROR BACK, RECESS FRONT*. COPPER SUITE. Etc JAMES SAMSON AND CO. have been favored with instructions m sell by auction, at their Rooms, Dowlins; street, A large catalopue of Household Furniture, including—Dining room suites, dining chairs, piano, CARPET SQUARES, overman!els, linoleums, sideboards, couch". occasional tables and chairs. Jubilee chairs, scagrnss chairs, leather chairs and couches, ornaments curt a ins, curtain poles and futinus, lounges. TABLE COVERS, copper kerbs and iron", fenders and brasses. OAK HALL STAND*, hall chairs, d.i. beds, s.i. beds, DUCHESSE PAIRS, wardrobes, chests of drawers, oal; beds, ware, bedding:, wire mattresses, shakedowns, kitchen chairs, tables, dickers, cooking: utensils, etc. FRIDAY, 13ih NOVEMBER, On the Premises, »S!afford street (nearly opposite Kempihorne, Prospers, Ltd.). TO PAINTERS, BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS. r\ M. S 1' E D D T N <;• '■.'» i; instructed to sell by auction, "ii ic premises, street. on Fridav, at Pi'inters extensive Plant, consirunj: of— Luldrrs (from 10ft. !.-> 10ft). steps, siring scaffold, blocks and tackle-, trestles (up to 14ft), p!>!e-£ias= t-tble, scaffolding, paste painter's hru.-li ■ir>'- T , etc., eic. -DAY. 1M Tit At- 32 oVfo id Betid streets •OUGHTREY Dr CoueJ,tr,.y now been r<m< ■!■: inMivtded 10 CHOKE .\LLOTMENTP. 10 .'EWMAFiKET EXTENSrON," dioinim; lit-- i-iii'tilnr Ncwmaikct JOHN REID AND *ONS, LTD., 'J will ei't-r \Ur'-<- idea! Home. Si!es, :•<« above. Ever sin.-- ilje sale of Newmarket Toweship there have been constant inquiries as to when iho mapnificcnf sections oomprisin.c; this block would be ofl'wcd. as it is re-coi-'tiised that there is NOTHING FINER IN -T. CLAIR. The Sections ranee in area fropi 20 po!<-s io 1 rood 12 p'.ples,"iii:d Ihe siiuation is de-li-huul, this b!:»e:i In in? cho-.en bv the late owner on account of it- many natural advantages. Land ha = ?oii> up in value, since thP« 'lint it WILL- GO UP STILE MORE: therefore, if anyone is looking for a home site or an inves'tinoiii. where safety is considered, an alino?', sure profit is io be had, where the location is: desirable and delightful, which possesses nil the conveniences of tho' Citv a'ons with ihe health and pleasures of'(he seaside, Jheit STRIKE WHILE THE IRON IS HOT. and buv at this auctio:;. To sive an opportunity to anyone dosirinp a larger section than usual, it." is proposed to offer Allotment* j," 2. inn! 1(1 m one lot, but failing a sain they will then be offered separately. EASY TERMS: 10 per cent, deposit, 15 per cent, (without- interest) in 3 months: balance can rdsud for 3 or 5 years with interest at- 5A per com', per annum from date of sale. Lithograph Finns are now heirs prepared, !»»«! will be re.idv in a dfiv or two. FRIDAY. 33th NOVEMBER, At. 2 o'clock. A- Rot.ii". M,ni«s Mver-. t"XR]".=ERVF.IJ SALE rsrri/L HOUSEHOLD FURN.ITT'R FARE. REYNOLDS. LIMITED. will sei; by aiien-!)), as above, ERONIS.EI) PIANO (Hoellin? and Fpangcn-b-rst. Buffalo Lea: her Chesterfield Conch, B::ok"-se Ckifi.-iiier. Fenders and Fireit ous. Eaiv Chairs, Occ. Furniture, Violin and Case,"Horsehair and Leather Dinimr Jto'ni Suites, Cedar Chiffonier. Kail Tnbls. Table Lamp, HEAVY AX MINSTER CARPET. Bedstead? and Mattress?.?, Bedding, Blanket', Toilet and Duchesse Chests, dentins; Machine. Linoleums, Rugs, and Bedroom Fiirni«hing. Kitchen Fnrni'ui't and Utensils, Dresser, Pi if* a I'd Pan*. Chairs, Ladv'6 Bicycle, Letter Press and iStand, Sofa, I Xttrmaa. Blinds Stejft, etc* etc, ~.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 8, Evening Star, Issue 15647, 11 November 1914

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