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AMUSEMENTS. AYWARDS'. ( OCTAGON. EXTRA TO-NIGHT, at 8. THE BEST WAS TOPICAL YET: WITH THE SERVIAN ARMY. WITH THE SERVIAN ARMY. Also Kitchener's London Army. Wireless from the War. Cftrieaturea LATEST GAUMONT GRAPHIC And Complete Programme, with the Enjoyable and Pleasing Drama ' ONE OF OUR GIRLS.' ' ONE OF OUR GIRLS.' A Great Success. An Excellent, Programme of Music and Pictures. Stalls, 6d; Circle, Is; Res. Dresden, la 63. Octagon 'Phone 3,091, open 6.30. ►RINCESS THEATRE, Fuller-Brennan, Ltd. VAUDEVIJ-LE. THE MECCA OF THE MERRYMAKEB THE MECCA OF THE MERRYMAKERMONDAY, NOVEMBER 16. Mr BEN FULLER Takes pleasure VAUDEVILLE Presenting VAUDEVILLE A Most Attractira, VAUDEVILLE Refined, and VAUDEVILLE ACCOMPLISHED VAUDEVILLE COMBINATION VAUDEVILLE For the VAUDEVILLE New Season, VAUDEVILLE AND VAUDEVILLE YOU TAKE IT VAUDEVILLE . There will be VVUDEVILLE SOMETHING DOING. VAUDEVILLE. Therefore, VAUDEVILLE The Straight Tip—lS to RESERVE YOUR SEATS at the Dresden,. PRICES! 2s, le, and 6xL AUCTIONS. FRIDAY, 13th NOVEMBEB, At 2 o'clock. At Rooms. Manse street. UNRESERVED BALE USEFUL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE*. PARK. REYNOLDS, LIMJTEH will sell by auction, as above, EBONISED PIANO (Hoelling and Spaagen* berg), Buffalo Leather ChesterneW Couch, Bookcase Chiffonier, Fenders and Fireirons, Easy Chairs, Occ. Furniture, Violin and Cass, Horsehair and Leather Dining Room Suites. Cedar Chiffonier, Hall Table, Table Lamp, HEAVY AXMINSTER CARPET, Bedsteads and Mattresses, Bedding, Bhvwkets. Toilet and Duchesse Chests, Sewing Machine, Linoleums, Rugs, and Bedroom Furnishing. Kitchen Furniture and Utensils, Dresser, Pots and Pans. Chairs, Lady's Bicycle, Letter Press and Stand, Sofa, Mangle, Venetian Blinds, Steps, etc., etc. MONDAY. 16th NOVEMBER, At 12 o'clock. At Rooms, Manse street. BEAUTIFULLY-SITUATED ROSLYN PROPERTY', No. 21 Sheen street (formerly Frederick street), " Wharc-Kahu," the Residence of T. K. Harty, Esq. (who is removing to the North Island). FULL QUARTER-ACRE and 8 ROOMS. PARK, REYNOLDS, LOOTED, arc instructed by T. K. Harty, Esq., to sell by auction, Section 19, Roslyu Extension, containing quarter-acre freehold, together with Singlestory 8-roomed House (plastered throughout, bathroom (enamel bath and hot and cola water), drained to D.B. regulations, bay windows; magnificent unbroken view of Harbor ami 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 the property, being stocked with beautiful flowering annuals. We confidently recommend inspection, and cards can be obtained at our office. Also, HARBOR SEASIDE SECTIONS, COLINSWOOD, MACANDREWS BAY. Sections 54 and 55, containing 1 rood 24 poles, and having a frontage of 132 ft to Marion street ROSS POINT, PORTOBELLO. Section 3, containing 15.39 poles, fronting Ross ere?cent. This is the best situation available for a seaiide homo in this favorit« towns-hip. Don't neglect to 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, Nob. 72 and 74 DUNCAN STREET. 7 and 6-BOOMED HOUSES, i-ACRE FREEHOLD. 3ARK, REYNOLDS, LIMITED, arc instructed to eell by auction. Section 39, Block XI., Dunedin, containing i-nerc (66 frontage to Duncan street), together with No. 74, 7-roomed House, box windows and portico, bathroom Ihot and colli wiser), ek-ctric light, slate roof, brick wall, drained to D.B. regulations; a reallj comfortable home. No. 72, 6 Rooms, electric light, drained to D.B. regulations, gar den, etc. This is a conveniently-situated property wiihin 10 minutes of Post, Office, facing north, and with splendid view: close t-c Otago Bowling Green, and one of the best residential portions of the City- Terms con be arranged, and a large amount of the purchase money can remain at. 5J per cent. FRIDAY, 13th NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock sharp. MONSTER SAIITbY AUCTION, IX DOWNSTAIRS ROOMS. REMOVED TO ROOMS FOR CONVENTENCE OF SALE. "AMES SAMSON AND CO. have been favored with instructions from. the Owner (who has gone to the North Island) to sell hy auction, in their Downstairs Rooms, Th<i Contents of 5 Rooms. The FurniUira is all in first-class order, and includes — WALNUT IRON FRAME PIANO. Oak Sideboard. SADDLEBAG DINING ROOM SUITE. Morris Chairs, Sea grass Chairs. GREEN MOQUETTE CHESTERFIELD SUITE, with 1 Divan and 6 High-back Cbairs to match. Vase?;, Knick-knacks. Flower Bowls, Glasti Ware, Crockery, On lory, Antique Copper Kerbs and Irons. Brass Kerbs and Brasses, Curtains and Fittings. GRAMOPHONE, Hearthrugs, Napery, Duchesse Pair, Duahessc Chests, Sri.s of Ware. Sheets. Blankets. VERY FINE 3-PD3CB BEDROOM SUITE (MODERN). Iron Cot. Bedding. OAK WOOD BEDSTEAD, OAK DUCHESSE PAIR. OREGON WOOD BEDSTEAD. VERY FINE WALNUT DUCHESSE PA IB AND WASHSTANT) TO MATCH, OAKJ HALL STAND, Hal! Runner, Axminstei Slip?, Passage Linoleum. SINGER SEWING MACHINE. Cooking Utensils, Kitchen Dresser, ete. Also. A Beautiful AXMINSTER CARPET, GOOD AS' NEW, 19ft 6in x 18ft 9in. 1 GREEN AXMINSTER CARPET, 13to 6in x 9ft. S.ile. Sharp 2 o'Hock. ON VIEW FRIDAY. MORNING OF SALH FRIDAY. 13th NOVEMBER,' At. 2 o'clock. On the Premises, Stafford street (neerrj opposite Kempthorne, ProsEer's, Ltd-). TO PAINTERS, BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS. DM. S~F EDD IN O • is instructed to sell by auction, on the premises, Stafford street, on Friday, at 2 o'clock. Painter's extensive Plant, consisting of— Ladders (from 10ft to 40ft), steps, swing scaffold, blocks and tackle, trestles (up tc 14ft), plate-glass table, scaffolding, pastt boards, planks, ete. Also, Muranese glass, plate glass, colored, figured, and plain glass, paperhangings, dadoes and friezes, colors in oil, dry color*, coach painter's colors, transfers, enanjelledj ieters, Bon, Accord paints, painter'* brusbware, racks, cabinets, shelving, ato* Mta 4h Without rewnrfc ' J *• J

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 15648, 12 November 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6 Issue 15648, 12 November 1914

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