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AMUSEMENTS. pLAZA PICTURES. To-day at 12 a.m. to 10 p.m. o.n.ir.s. How Lieut. Darin? Saved London. Also, THE CLOSED GATES. UNIVERSAL IKE IN BATTLE ROYAL, One Big Laugh. TIM. THE TERROR., A "Western Burlesque. Etc., Etc., Etc.. Etc. BEATTY COMPETITION The I’il'st Series of Six will be Shown on MONDAY. MONDAY. Everyone in the Audience will have Volin? Paper riven them, on which their are asked to Record their Votes in order of merit. Entrants may ascertain the dates on which their pictures will bo. .screened by applying to office. WHO IS THE MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL IN DUNEDIN? H TS MAJESTY’S THEATRE. E. J. CARROLL, By Arrangement with J. C. WILLIAMSON, LTD. LAST NIGHT, LAST NIGHT, TO-NIGHT 'SATURDAY), at 2 o'clock. Mr and Mrs GRAHAM MOFFAT And their COMPLETE COMPANY OF SCOTTISH PLAYERS, To the Famous Comedy that lias charmed the entire English-speaking World. ‘ RUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS.’ •RUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS.’ ’ BUXTY PULLS THE STRINGS.’ r i he. Mofl Humorous Play of Modern Times. The C 'tnedy that Broke All Records in Britain and America. Running for oyer 600 Nights in London and a Year in New York. Play Produced by GRAHAM MOFFAT. Tires* Circle and Reserve Stalls, 5s (no hooking fee); Stalls, os Early Door Pit till 7.45. 2s; Late Door, Is. Box Plans at the Dresden. Dav Sales at Jacobs's, Tobacconist. OTAGO ART SOCIETY, t NNUAL EXHIBITION OF PICTURES, k V ART’ GALLERY HALL OPEN DAILY i 2.0 to 5.50 p.m., and from 7.50 to 9.50' p.m. ART UNION TICKETS, ONE SHILLING. Including Admission io Exhibition. HALE GROSS PROCEEDS FROM SALE OF TICKETS WILL BE DEVOTED TO THE LADY LIVERPOOL FUND. TIH: NEW EDISON ■AMUERULA” HAS ARRIVED! BLUE AMUEROL PHONOGRAPH RECORDS FOR NOV. NOW ON SALE AT ’BEGG’Sr There arc 20 Fine Select inns in this issue, including some Real Gems, .-tn-’n as ‘The Lent Chord,' Rud Mdlcr; ’Ever <d Thee,' quartet by Violin, ’Cello, Fintc. and Harp; ‘ Battle .Eve,' duel by Archibald and Fish; ‘ liouiuc* Svol.lai’ul,’ 3lcV‘!fv oti X v iv,plictuo ; * Tuko Mo in :v Ta:u* -loo.' crvrniv Jack. C'iiannan; ’Banin’ Ray.' In sit Ballad. Kinnihuvgh; ‘That's How V Love Him.’ Ada. Jones; ‘Amotire«e ’ Waltz. Accordion Solo, etc., etc. Price, each. We invite inspection of Edisrn’s NEW INVENTION, THE HORNLESS •• AMBEROLA ” PHONOGRAPH, specimens <;f which are now to band. CHAS. BRGt; AND CO., LTD,, Phonograph Parlor.-, PRINCES STREET. SPOSYIWG. WATKOI AITI RACING CLUB. A MEETING, NNU A L To l„. He’d on THE DOMAIN ( OUHSE 'Obc Mile Keiuidc FRIDAY, JANUARV Lb 1915. Programme Approved by Metropolitan ( Mb and ilio N.Z. Trm.tmg A-social hm. President, Alien S. Orbcil, Esq.; vice-presi-dents—P. Byrne, ITq.. P. Toomev, J-.-q., Jas. M'Gili, Esq , R. Templeton, E;ti; .stewards—Messrs E. Aii chki'iii. H. S, Alleock, J. Alh-ock, Ja-. Brown, hi. Byrne. G. Coiling. Jas. .loner, J,u, Maxwell. D. M Greyer. .1. i'r.ddy, .1. H. Rochfo; I. ar.d Jks. Sunmu-rs; lion, judge, Air R. Tempji-1.,11 ; hj ,n. clerk of Kcales, Mr M. Byrne; starmr, Mr It. Harley; lion, timekeeper, Mr J. Sligo; lion, treasurei, Mr Jas. M'Gili; b.indicKppc;-, --Mc-srs J. E. Henrys. 11. Brinkinan; lion, clerk co-irsc. Air G. Carling; lion, swerarv, Mr Georce K. Charlton. , PROGRAMME. : 1. Mi AT DEN PLATE HANDICAP ,5 Furlongs', o: bos .vs ; sr valid horse lOsova | from Ihe t»t:ii;c. For hoists that have ! never won a race of 2jsws nr ovr-r. Nomination. 15s. Accept jiic, S''s. 12. WAIKOUAITI CUP ;Ij Mile?) IT) I »ov-i first, hm-sc £9O, pivon l he-sc £ls, i tiiiid horse £5. Noniiiiatiip.i. 255. ('cptmice, 5,55. : 5." NEW YEAR TROT 'U Mile,), rf 90,-nra : : ; first. ho: to £7A. second fcor?o ,-CLi, thnd ; ! hornr £5. Nomination, i j »no*, ."Os. 'Wio-Tht : Houcs. ]’> : ! Tonies -14 2 luijiJi-: ;iu.i luidwi. i) tt.ijio. -I. IiRAV 31KMOTMATi Furlong), oo ' kovs ; w'oud hors* ItAovn th<*. '■. take Nc’iri]na:iu:j. A'l *:* pl HKCf, 1? Ft!' ! .i;Yf \ t ~f I‘k-jvs rr- m i rbc> \ i i >'K*D j : 5. Vv’KLTFR KANDUkU 1 i GSftovs ; fecaiul lidi^p, s?&ko, Nomination, l | 6. HAWKsBURY HANDICAP Furi longs t. cf Bitovs; ucccuil hone. 12^ova : imm the stake. Nomination, *>i s . AcI ceptmee, 30s. j7. RAILWAY TROT (I Milo, cf Tl.-mm ' Hr.sl, lu,r.=o £f.'o. second horse £l'J, third bortn £5. civi:r.ae:,.\i, 20s. 5. plaiiep, 255, Weight: Horae*, 10 ; Ponies e14.2 handv and unclvr), 9 cl me. 8. FAREWELL HANDICAP (Hack Urn.):tirntr*. 5 Furlong*/, of COsovs; hois? ’i.bK* from the stake. Ne.mina- (’ an. 2 ; --. Acc-prance. 20*. NOAM NATIONS: FRIDAY', 4th. Dreemm-r. Handicaps monda v, i*l.u December. I ACCEPTANCES CLOSE MONDAY, 25si i December. ' <N.IJ. —Set* Rules Racing. Pari. X VI., Rule 1 , 4 ‘) ‘ : Rf. I.ES, Handicaps in Fail Races to be I based mi n Minimum cT 7st. 71b. "I bo wini uer ■>! any Race after declaration of weight j may he rehandicapprd. All Races i j nm i under Rules of Racing ns bad down by the ; N.Z. Racing Coufc-rencc and N.Z. Trotting I Association. All Entries and AcccpLutccs to Le ad- | drosicrl 1.0 tho Hon. Secretary, "Waikouaiti, : or care of 11. 1.. James. .E-sq., Dunedin; • cnfraitcf money enclosed; and tausl. etafo j name, age. color, pedigree; and in Trots i performances of horses nm. known io the | hanrlicapptr; also name of owner and trainer, and colors to hj" tern by' the rider, GEO. E. ( 11ARETON. • Hon. SecrciaiT, 1 Box 13. Waikouaiti. OTAGO MOTOR CLUB. COMPETITORS for the Fast Hill-climbing cunt,efts ai. Signal Hill, NOVEMBER 21st, arc notified that ENTRIES CLOSE ou NOVEMBER 18th, at 9 p.m. \V. L. COLVIN, Sec. 305 Princes street. MAT'HITB Paper for Wrapping-up For Sale. Apply ’alar’ Office, Bond street.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 8, Evening Star, Issue 15650, 14 November 1914

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