AMUSEMENTS. ptfEW QUEEN'S THEATRE. PERPETUAL PICTURE PALACE. Daily: 11.30 till 5.30; 6.30 till 10.30. 3ur Programme Provides Surprises Every Day. STour Judgment will say our Great K.B. Masterpiece To-day is Eight. LOVE VERSUS DUTY A Thrilling Story of a Girl who is the Daughter of a "Tough," but who is brought ip in a convent in ignorance of her father's iharacter. Some very dramatic and startling situations arc evolved before the sensational :limax of the story. Another Great Keystone, LOVE AND BULLETS. LOVE AND BULLETS. LOVE AND BULLETS. A Show of Pleasant Surprises. A Great War Special, WITH THE SERVIAN ARMY. WITH THE SERVIAN ARMY. WITH THE SERVIAN ARMY. Officers Planning and Watching a Battle— Removing Pontoon and Bridge—Guns in Position—Manning the Trenches, showing ;lcarly the Effective Cover they afford — \mbula-nce Cart Removing Wounded to Hospital—Troops Taking up Fresh Position —Methods of Transportation—Not a Motor Eractor— Serving Out Rations—Sleeping Quarters. Also, WLFFLES AND THE UNCOMPROMISING SUNSHADE. AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE, No. 205. ONE PRICE TO ALL PARTS: ADULTS. SIXPENCE; CHILDREN, 3d. BURNS HALL. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, at 8 p.m. RAND PATRIOTIC CONCERT JT By the CAVERSHAM SCHOOL CHOIR /Over 100 Voices), In Aid of Local Relief Fund. Do not miss the opportunity of hearing >ur foremost local School Choir. You will k> charmed with, their performance. ADMISSION : Front Seats, 2s; Back Seats, Is. OTAGO AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL SOCIETY. •ETROPOLITAN SUMMER SHOW. ! TAHUNA PARK, DUNEDIN. WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, 25th and 26th November, 1914. •vumerous Special and other Prizes offered for All Classes of Livo Stock. Vith the Generous Assistance of the Dunedin Jockey Club, £IOO IS OFFERED IN PRIZES IN HUNTING AND JUMPING CONTESTS. ENTRIES' CLOSE On SATURDAY, NOVEMBER U, Schedules, Programmes, and Full Pariculars from H. V. FULTON, Secretary. Telephone 1,031. P.O. Box 84. Dunedin. PERSONAL, "ISSTNG.—WiII anyone knowing the - Whereabouts of Miss Margaret Ross, f King stroet (late of Clarkesville), kindly "ommunicate with Mr G. Campbell, sta■ioner, Moray place. Duncuiu. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. NEW ZEALAND RAH.WAYS. TIME-TABLE ALTERATIONS. DUNEDIN-Q V E ENSTOWN. ON AND AFTER FRIDAY, 13th November, the Down Mail Train leaving Duntdiii at 8.30 a.m. and the Up Mail" Train arriving Dimetlin sit. 6.57 p.m. will CONNECT AT GORE with the TRAIN TO AND FROM KINGSTON. Steamer between Queensi.own and Kingston will Connect with (he above Trains. By Order. «p_REAT NORTHERN HOTEL BUILDING (18 Rooms, Brick), GREAT KING STREET NORTH. Suitable for Private Hospital. M'GAVIN AND CO., LTD., leccmber Ist), "THE MAN- _ ~ the well-known High-class Hoardiug-ho::so. For Particulars appiv JAMES ANNAND, 47 Stuart street. OFFICEri and Sample Rooms, small and large; very central; very low rentals. Hooper, 52 Crawford street. ROOM To Let (furnished or unfurnished), N.E. Valley. Address "H," 'Evening Siar.' ndo" LET7TromiTed~CoTtn ge. j7~B. ThumJL sou and yon, builders, Fillcul street. TO LET, superior Furnished Bedroom and Silting Room; also Bed-Sitting Room; every convenience: good locality; central. Address " Comfort," C.P.O. T'lO LET, superior New 5-roomcd House: all conveniences; electric light. 23 Rawhiii street, Musselburgh Rise. pO LET, 4, 5, 6, 7-roomcd House*, City u ;inu Subuibs; low rentals. Bryant, lgcnt. Octagon. J-ROOMED Cottage (sewered, copper and p tub.-), north end. Apply 349 Leith street (opposite University). T\o LET. Four-roome.d Cottage; tubs, etc . trio Apply 67 Duncan st 10 LET. Two 5-roomed Cottages; rent, bs | - and Bs. Atmlv 161 MaciriL'e.-in street. "10 LET, 4-roomed back Cottage ; copper, . tub; sewered: 8< £d. 615 Castle strei'f I r.O LET, modern Ten-roomed House; week; plenty ground; Gardens terminus. Payton, 6(0 Cattle street. ■f.O T.ET. Furnished S-i-oomod llouso. near . Woodhaugh Gardens. Address " ModeOffice. J convenience:.;; view: lis. I'atersons, i and agents and surveyors, 142 Rattray jGGS CORNER.—4-roomed House; scul- * lery, copper and tubs, etc. ; 9s. Pater. ' Agency, 142 Rattray street. rO LET (penny section), Five-roomed . House, all conveniences. No. 20 Philip ■eet, Kensington. ru SjKL, comfortable I and 2-roonicd tot. tages, Lambeth road; 3s and 6s 6d. /awTcnce's Store, Castle street. "ff/STANTED To Let, natty 3-room Bunga- * V low, with boat, Riverside, Purakanui. Address " Bungalow." Box 310, Dunedin. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. JACKSON'S Private Hotel, Dowling street. Dinner 12 till 2; Tea, 5 to 7; Sociali aud Parties catered for; committee room. First-class Accommodation Visitors. ILADSTONE HOUSE, Moray p'.aco T (phone 2,180). —Best Accommodation .isitors; personal supervision. Moss and 'herscn. r ANTED, by a Gentleman, superior v ¥ Board and Residence, within 10 | ' x r ~ "' "' ""ics; single bed-J n't"ji -k"«-">o 'wins, to "Felix,"i ANTED, Board and Residence, young VT Married Couple; no other boarders; lorth preferred. Address "Comfort," 'Star' Dffice. 'ITHB 'Star' Garden Annual, the book for JL the amateur gardener; iull of useful Qfonuation. All booksellers, one ihilling.
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