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AMUSEMENTS. J£IS MAJESTY’S THEATRE,E. CARROLL, By Arrangement with J. O. WILLIAMSON, LTD., LAST TWO NIGHTS, LAST TWO NIGHTS, TO-NIGHT (FRIDAY) and TO-MORROW {SATURDAY!, at 8 q’clock. MATINEE TO-MORROW (SATURDAY), At 2.15. Mr and Mrs GRAHAM MOFFAT And their COMPLETE COMPANY OF SCOTTISH PLAYERS. In the Famous Comedy that has charmed the entire English-speaking World, > ‘ RUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS.’ •BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS.’ •RUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS.’ The Most Humorous Play of Modern Tinic^ The Comedy that Broke All Records in Britain and America. Running for over 600 Nights in London an® a Year in New York, Play Produced by GRAHAM MOFFAT. Dress Circle and Reserve Stalls, 5s (no tanking fee); Stalls, 3s Early Door Pit till 7.45, 2s; Lato Door, Is. Box Plans at the Dresden. Day Sales at Jacobs's. Tobacconist. pRINCESS THEATRE, Direction Fuller-Brhnnan, Ltd, VAUDEVILLE. THE MECCA OF THE MERRYMAKER. THE MECCA OF THE MERRYMAKER. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16. VAUDEVILLE VAUDEVILLE VAUDEVILLE VAUDEVILLE VAUDEVILLE A’A UDEVILLE VAUDEVILLE VAUDEVILLE VAUDEVILLE VAUDEVILLE VAUDEVILLE j VAUDEVILLE VAUDEVILLE I VAUDEVILLE VAUDEVILLE. 1 VAUDEVILLE j RESERVE YOUR PRICES: Mr BEN FULLER Takes pleasure in Presenting A Most Attractive, Refined, and ACCOMPLISHED COMBINATION For the New Season, AND YOU TAKE IT There will be SOMETHING DOING. Therefore. The Straight Tip—lS to SEATS at the Dresden. 2=, Is, and 6d. SPORTING. WAIKOUAITI RACING CLUB. A N N U A L M FETING To be Held on THE DOMAIN COURSE tObe Mile Round). FRIDAY, JANUARY Ist, 1915. Programme. Approved by Metropolitan Club and the N.E. Trailing Association. ! President, Allen .S. Orbell, Esq.: vice-presl- ! dents—P. Lyme. Ks i-, I’. Toomcy, Esq., .las, M'Gill, Estj . R. Templeton, Esq; .stewards—Messrs 1-. Aitchicson, H. S, Allcock, T. J. Adcock, Jas. 15; own. MByrne, G. Carlin;;, .la-. Jones. Jas. Maxwell. D. McGregor, J. Puddy, J. IL Rochfon, and Jas. Summers: kon. judge, Mr R. Tcmplc-ton: hon. clerk of scales, Air M. Byrne; stf.rter, Mr R. Harley; hon. timekeeper, Mr J. Sligo: ben. treasurer, Mr Jas. M'Gill: handicappcrs •—Messrs J. E. Hcntys. H. Brinkman; hon. clerk of erurse, Air G. Carling; hon. secretary. Mr George E. Charlton, PROGRAMME. 1. MAIDEN PLATE HANDICAP (5 Furlongs), of Gosovs; second horse lOsovs fram the stake. For horses that hare never won a rare of 25sovs or over. Nomination. 13s. Acceptance, 20s. 2. WAIKOUAMT CUP Gj Miles), of 310 s.ovs ; first horse £9O. second horsa £ls, third homo £3. Nomination, 255. Acceptance, 355. 3. NEW YEAR, T ROT dl Milos), of SOsovsj first horse £7O, second horse £ls, third horse £3. Nomination, £,»s. Acceptance. 5->. Weight: Horses. 10 stone.;; Ponies (11.2 hands and under), 9 etoue. 4. BRAY MEMORIAL id rnrionge), of 6S so vs; tec.uid iior.-<! lUsovn from (ho stake. Nomination, 20s. Acceptance, 23 s. 5. WELTER HANDICAP (7 Furlongs), of t-Lovs • second horse lOsovs from the dike. Nomination, 20s. Acceptance, 2.3 s. G. HAWKSBDRY HANDICAP (6 Furlongs), of SOt-ovs; second horse. 12sovs Irani the ioI;e-. Nomination, 20&. Acceptance. 30-. 7. RAT LAVA Y TROT (I Milo), of 7asovs: brat horse £s'). strand liorao £lO, third Jior.se £5. Nomination, 20b. Acceptance, 235. Weigh! : Howes, 10 stone; Ponif" 1 1',2 hand-- and under), 9 stone. 3. FAREWELL HANDICAP (Hack Gondii 5 Fnrlonasl. of GOsovs; second In i iso lOsovs from the stake. Nominalion, 2'l;. Acte nil nee, 20s. NOMINATIONS: FRIDAY, 4th December. Hon. hk-rctary. P-os 13, Wuitauaiii. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. ■J'ACKSON’S Private Hotel, Dowling street Dinner 12 till 2; Tea, 5 to 7; Social end Forties entered for; committee room. Fim-ciaes Accommodation Visitors. FT LADSTONK HOU SIC Moray place V3T ( phone 2.189). —Best. Accommodation visitors; personal (supervision. Moss and MThrrso!!. TETtFANTED, hy a Ocntiemau, superior V V Board ami. Residence, within 10 minutes from the Post Office,; singla bedroom. Applv, stat ing tonus, to u Felix,’ 1 ‘ Si.!irJ_OHiee/ ' V)|TA.\TED, Board and Residence, young T * Married Couple; no other boarders; nonli preferred. Address “'Comfort,” ‘Star’ HOLIDAY RESORTS. I>RIGHTON.— To Let, 6 Rooms (fur 3 nished), November to Easter, except month January. Box 2, Green Island. ■VVT'AN’TED To Let, natty 5-room Bung*fv low, with boat, Riverside, Pumkanui. Address “Bungalow,'’ Box 310, Dunedin. NU G O ETB, Mpiyncux.—3 firs Campbell’a, Seaside Accommodation; trap _ meet! passengers at Rnmahapa on application. Telephone Tokata. AUCTIONS. SATURDAY. 14th NOVEMBER, 1914, At. 11.30 o'clock. Oiago Fanners' Horse Bazaar. r I T J IE OTAGO FARMERS’ CO-OPRRA-X TIVE ASSOCIATION OF NEW ZEALAND, LTD., will offer at their weekly Horse Sale, as above— Account the Trustee in the Assigned Estate of G. F. Pratify: 2 spring-cart horses Grocer’s delivery cart. Account other Clients; % spring-cart and light horses. sfe®ravglu mares and geldings. . L. MACLEAN, ‘ — Auct4oa9*r >3 _ J

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 15649, 13 November 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 8 Issue 15649, 13 November 1914

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