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AMUSEMENTS. JJAYWARDS'. OCTAGON. EXTRA TO-NIGHT, at 8. THE BEST "WAR TOPICAL YET; WITH THE SERVIAN ARMY. WITH THE SERVIAN ARMY. Also Kitchener’s London Army. Wireless from the War Caricatures LATEST GAUMONT GRAPHIC, And Complete Programme, with the Enjoyable and Pleasing Drama ‘ ONE OP OUR GIRLS.’ ‘ ONE OF OUR GIRLS.' 'ONE OP OUR GIRLS.’ A Great Success. An Excellent Programme, Stalls, 6d; Circle, Is; Res. Dresden, Is sd. Or Octagon ’Phone 3.091: open 6.30 p.m. COMMENCING MONDAY. •JAHE OCTAGON, HAYWARDS’. SECURED AT GREAT COST, And with a Thrill of British Pride, wo Announce the .Screening of Ihc- Most GIGANTIC FILM UNDERTAKING Ever Carried to Glorious Conclusion. BARKER’S ALL-BRITISH TRIUMPH, 7,000 ft. 7,000 ft. SIXTY YEARS A QUEEN Illustrating with Skill and Insight THE LIFE AND REIGN Of VICTORIA THE GOOD. Faithful Wife. Loving Mother, Noble Empress and Queen. Nothing so comprehensive, so valuable iron; the educational, instructive, and intellectual viewpoints. Nothing so patriotic in charac ter (has over been attempted — let alone achieved—for presentation to men, women and children of the British Empire. IT IS AN ANIMATED ART HISTORY Of the Empire for 61 years. It Took Three Years to Produce, and JL Accuracy is Absolute. To ensure this Every Assisi.nice was Giver by Imperial and Stale Authorities. Lecture by Mr Barrie Marscbel. Special Dispiriting Music. Still the Same Prices: 6d and Is. Reserves Dresden. Is 6d. SHOWS. OTAGO AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL SOCIETY. SUMMER SHOW TAHUNA PARK, DUNEDIN. WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, 25th and 26th November, 1914. Numerous Special and other Prizes offeree for All Classes of Live Stock. With (ho Generous Assistance of the Dun c-diu Jockey Club, £IOO IS OFFERED IN PRIZES IN HUNTING AND JUMPING CONTESTS. ENTRIES CLOSE On SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, Schedules, Programmes, and Full Particulars from 11. V. FULTON, Secretary. Telephone 3.031. i’.O. Box 84, Dunedin. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS; WHY PAY MORE? WASTE PAPER. WASTE In Lois Apply PAPER FOR SALE, (o Suit Purchasers. ‘STAR’ OFFICE. TO LET. ITU) LET (December Hi), ‘'THE MANX SIGNS,” the well-known High-class Boarding-house. For particulars apply JAMES ANXAND, 47 Stuart street. OFFICES and Sample Rooms, small and large; very central; very low rentals. Hooper, 52 Crawford street. TO LET, superior Furnished Bedroom ami Silting Hoorn; also Bed-Sitting Room; every convenience; good locality; central. Address “ Comfort,” C. P.O. TinO LET, Two 3-roomcd Cottages; rent, Gs X and Bs. Apply 161 Maelaggau Greet, mo LET, modern Ten-roniucd House; £3 A week; plenty ground; Gardens urminus. Payton. 640 Castle street. m.O LET. Furnished 5-ionnicd Ileu-e, uca; JL Woodhaugh Gardens. Address “ Moderate.’’ ‘Star’ Office. T:0 LET (penny section!, Five-roomed House, all conveniences. No. 20 Philip si reel., Kensington. npO LET, 4, 5, 6, 7-ror.mied Houses, City X and Suburbs; low rentals, Bryant, agent. Octagon. mO LET, 4 and 6-roomcd Houses; hj. and X c. water; drained; 30r, and 15s. 71 Dundas street. TO LET, Furnished Double Bed-Bit ling Room. 27 Union street. K-ROOM ED IBicii - House” ; "every *) convenience. Apply 554 Castle si reel. TO LET. 32-roomcd House, electric lights, large room venieuce. Telephone 1.440. Manor place : s. every eon 710 LET, 4-rooraoil Brick House, Ca.stlo - street; penny section; rent-, Kte, Apjdy 461 Castle street:. MHO LET, Gardens (alongside trami. 6--t- roomed Brick House; gas, hj. and c. water; drained; garden. Roberts, grocer. mO LET, superior 5-roomed new Tlcmre, all JL conveniences, electric light. 28 Uawhitj s-lrtct, Musselburgh Rise. mo LET, Four-roomed House, No. £ A Bridgman street, Kensington. Appl next door. TO LET (Manor pin cel, Two-storied Brick Hymn. Apply .1. S. Sinclair, Empire Buildings. TITO LET (City), 5 Rooms, bathroom, eonX vc-nicneos. north end (penny section): 12s. Georin and Co., auctioneers. IYLET ('City), 3 Rooms ' rcnlkry, waOThouse, copper, tubs, latest, drainage; Cs 6d. Georin and Co., auctioneers. mo LET (south, penny car), C Rooms, elceX trie light, bathroom, nil conveniences; 17s 6d. Gecrin, auctioneer. . TO LET, 7-roomcd House, 177 York place; all conveniences'. Apply 58 Clenaver.no, Mornington. TO LET, comfortable 4-roomecl House and scullery; cheap rent. Apply Hewton, Patrick street, Mornington. House, largo si able, drained, O copper, tub',; newly renovated: 15s 6d. 14 Oxford rf-eet, South Dunedin. I BURNISH ED Room To Let; conveniences; suit mates or married couple; tonus moderate. 29 St. Andrew street. mO LET. 4-rooincd Col lage, in Valley (near X Gardens). Apply 23 Gladstone road. TO LET, largo Kitchen and Rooms (furnished); suit married couple: centra'. Todd's White House, George, street. LOST AND FOUND. LOST. Indian Necklace, between Highgate and His Majesty's. Return Shaw, jeweller; reward. PERSON seen Removing Basket- from Sarascn’s Auction Room?. Wednesday afternoon, Return at once, save further trouble. MEETINGS. DUNEDIN SAVINGS BANK. Notice is hereby given that a MEETING of TRUSTEES will bo held in the Office, 105 High street, Dunedin, on TUESDAY, the 17th“inat., at 3 p.m. G. L. DENNTSTON, Xisrai&ujnfc

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 15649, 13 November 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6 Issue 15649, 13 November 1914

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