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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 15649, 13 November 1914
AMUSEMENTS. TVTEW QUEEN’S THEATRE. PERPETUAL PICTURE P_Msis.CE. Daily; 11.30 till 5.30; 630 till 10.30. Our Programme Provides Surprises Every Day. Your Judgment will say our Great K.B. Masterpiece To-day is Right. LOVE VERSUS DUTY A Thrilling Story of a. Girl who is the Hnughtor of a “Tough,’ - hut who is brought, up hi a convent in ignorance of her lather's character. Some very dramatic and startling situations arc evolved before the sensational climax of the story. Another Great Keystone, LOVE AND BULLET.?, LOVE ANT) BULLETS. LOVE AND BULLETS. • This Beckons to Von. A Great War Special. WITH THE SERVIAN ARM V. WITH THE SERVIAN AT!MV. WITH THE SERVIAN ARMY. Officers Planning and Watching a Baltic--Removing Pontoon and Bridge- Runs in Position —Manning the Trenches, showing clearly the Effective Cover they afford— Ambulance, Carr Removing Wounded to Hospital—Troop? Taking up Fresh Position —Methods of Transport*lion —Xoi, a Motor Tractor —Serving Out Rations —Sleeping Quarters, Also, WIFFLE.? AND THE UNCOMPROMISING SUNSHADE. AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE, No. 205, ONE PRICE TO ALL PARTS; ADULTS. SIXPENCE; CHILDREN, 3d. BURNS IT. ALL. TO.SIGHT! TO-XIGIIT! Grand patriotic concert Bv the CAVERSUAM 'SCHOOL CHOIR In Aid of Local Relief Fund. Do not miss the opportunity of hearing our foremost local School Choir. You will bo charmed with their performance. ADMISSION ; Front .Seat', 2*: Back Sears. Is. Special Cars Before and After Concert. TENDERS. G - .MMi *• OTEKATKE SPECIAL SCHOOL BUILDINGS. TTENDEU.S f.-r ERECTION of DAY 1- SCHOOL. THREE COTTAGE HOMES, and CLUB HOUSE (Weed) will he received at this Office up til; noon on .SATURDAY, 28th November, 1914. Plans, specifications, etc., may bo seen at this Office and at the Oamaru Post Office. The lowest, or any tender need not necessarily be accepted. .1. McENNIS. District Engineer, Public "Works Office, Dunedin, 10th November, 1914. TENDERS FOR LEASING. NORTH-EAST VALLEY. nrVENDERS are invited for the LEASE oi 1. FIFTEEN do) ACP.ES ONE (1) ROOD FOURTEEN (14) POLES, situate at Northeast Valley, being Sections 65 and Part 63. Tcudor-i received up to 21st NOVEMBER. Conditions of tender can be seen ai the Public Trust Office, Crawford (street, Dunedin. T. D. KENDALL, Local Deputy Public Trustee. LAKE COLERIDGE ELECTRIC POWER PLANT. i SECTION 48—DISTRIBUTION TRANSj FORMERS. j nnENDERS will he received at this Office 1 J. rnnii noon of .SATURDAY, 231 hj Fcbru--1 avv, 191). for the SUPPLY <■: EIGHTEEN •STEP-DoV.'N TRANSFORMERS of. various capacities, for use in ceimeeiioii with the Lake Coleridge Power Scheme. Specification and conditions of contract may lie seen I ai, the Public Work; Offices, Auckland. Wdi hugton, Christchurch, and Hnncdui. The I lowed or any lender not neccu-arily ueI copied. | H. T. 11. BLOW, ■ Under-Secretary. Public Works Office, Wellington. 9th November, 1914. ELECTION NOTICES. BRUCE ELECTORATE. C. R. SMITH. Liberal Candidate for | WILL ADDRESS THE ELECTORS j As under: MILTON CORONATION HALL. . TONIGHT (Friday), Novi mi.er 13, at 8 o'clock. STONY CREEK SCHOOL.—SATURDAY, November IT. at- 6.50 p.m, HI LI .END SCHOOL. —SATURDAY, November 14, at 8 p.m. ('ll ALM ERS ELECTORATE. JAMES .M. DICKSON, (lie Government, Candidate, will ADDRESS THE ELECTORS as under; — WHARF. ELAT SCHOOLIH (USE.— SATURDAY. November 34th, ai 2 p.m. NORTH T.MERI .SCHOOLHOrSG.— SATURDAY. November Hth. at j 7.30 p.m wvli K's nu )ssin;; sen / ioujoijse. -MONDAY. November IG> li. at 5.30 P.m. F AIR FIE L D SCH 0 O LII () USE.-- MO N - DA3'. November 16Hi. a; 8 p.m. DUNEDIN NORTH ELECTOR ATE. MR A WALKER, the selected LABOR CANDIDATE, v : i! ADDRESS THE ELECTORS a- follow- ; ALBANY STREET SCHOOL HALL— T< .'-NIG HT (rrid ■; Nov Ivt 13. CORONATION HALL, MAORI HILL—MONDAY. November IC. TOWN HALL. N.K. VALLEY ■ WEDNESDAY, Nnveic’of r Id. GARRISON HALE—FRIDA V. N-.-rm-hcr 2iil hj. Meetings Commence at 3 p m. DUNEDIN CENTRAL ELECTORATE. Tyri! J. W. MUNRO. Ihcsebet-d LABOR CANDIDATE, will ADDRESS THE ELECTORS as follows GREEN ISLAND VOLUNTEER HALL —TO-NIGHT (Friday), November 33. WALKER STREET MISSION HALL—MONDAY, November ICth. RUSSELL STREET MISSION II \I.LWEDNESDAY, November ISih. GAHR I SON HALL—FRIDA V, November 20. Meetings Commence, at 8 p in. DUNEDIN NORTH ELECTORATE. MR G. M. ’THOMSON will ADDRESS the ELECTORS ax follows: HOWE STREET HALL.—TUESDAY, 17th November. OROHO CHURCH HALL-THURS- - 19th November. AVOODTIAUGH PHILLIPS MEMORIAL HALL.—FRIDAY. fc.th November. Meetings Commerce at 8 n.m. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. NOTICE ’TO JURORS. CAOMMON JURORS summoned for SuJ prrme. Court, at. Dunedin on MONDAY" 16th iii.-t.aiu, will NOT BE R.EQHIRED till WEDNESDAY, 18th November, at 10 o'clock a.m. A. STUBBS, .Sue Off. Supremo Court Office, Dunedin, 13th November, 1514, WANTED Known—That Billheads, Circulars, Cards, PrograaMß**, m d General Printing of every description art executed at. the. ‘Evening Star’ Office at Moderate
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