AMUSEMENTS. IVEW QUEEN'S THEATRE. PERPETUAL PICTURE PALACE. Daily: 11.30 till 5.30; 6.30 till 10.30. Onr Programme Provides Surprise* Every Day. The Pick of the Picture Realm, Your Judgment will say our Great KB. Masterpiece To-diy is Eight. LOVE VERSUS DUTY Another Great Keystone, Join in the Jollity and See LOVE AND BULLETS. LOVE AND PULLETS. This Beckons to You. A Great War Special. WITH THE SERVIAN ARMY. WITH THE- SERVIAN ARMY. WITH THE SERVIAN ARMY. Officers Planning and Watching a Battle—.Removing Pontoon and Bridge—Guns it, Position —Manning the Trenches, showing clearly the Effective Cover they afford—* Ambulance Cart Removing Wounded to Hospital—Troops Taking up Fresh Position —Methods of Transportation—Not a Motor Tractor —Serving’ Out Rations—Sleeping Quarters. A Iso, WIFFLES AND THE UNCOMPROMISING SUNSHADE. AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE, No. 205. Little Prices, Big Pleasure. ONE PRICE TO ALL PARTS: ADULTS, SIXPENCE; CHILDREN, 3d. npHE ST. KILDA BAND will Play In the JL GARDENS on SUNDAY AFTERNOON. * PROGRAMME: March—‘ Our Territorials.’ Selection-—National Airs of France, Belgium, and Russia. Contest Selection —‘The Martyrs.’ Japanese Romance —‘ Poppies.’ Selection—‘Melodies of the Past.’ Yoleta—Tonjours Tranquille.’ Select ion—‘ Sons-of the Sea.’ / March —‘Yield to None.’ ‘God Save the King.’ W. J. NELSON, Secretary. PRESBYTERIAN CHILDREN’S HOME AND ORPHANAGE. SEVENTH ANNUAL CONCERT, to ba held in Burns Hull on FRIDAY, Novemlii r 27th. sir. 8 p.m. Arranged by tha Y.W.’r Bible Classes of Dunedin and Sub* in!.-’. Part I.—Floral Cantata, ‘Brownies’ Wins. pers,' by th? Children from the Home. Part IT. —Novel and Interesting Programme by the Combined Bible Classes. Tickets f2a and Is) now obtainable at Messrs R. J. Stark and Co.’s and (he N.Z. Bible Di.qvot. Cemc; help us “in open the door for the children.” THE DRESDEN PIANO CO., LTD., PRINCES STREET. IN THE PIANO WORLD I No name stands higher than that of the Famous Finn of JOHN BROADWOOD AND SONS. Tiic experience of 150 years of Scientific Craftsmanship is embodied in THE BROADWOOD PIANO. BOUDOIR UPRIGHTS, UPRIGHT GRANDS, DRAWING ROOM GRANDS, BABY GRANDS, SEMI-GRANDS, In the LATEST BROADWOOD MODELS. The Highest Pitch of Perfection represented in Richness and Beauty of Tone, Cased ii* Artistic Shapes. Illustrated Booklets Post Free. Purchase under our EASY PAYMENT SYSTEM. rrOIB DRESDEN PIANO 00., LTD, | PRINCES STREET, DUNEDIN.
SHOWS. OTAGO AGR ICDLTURAL AND PASTORAL SOCIETY. SUMMER SHOW! TAHUNA PARK, DUNEDIN. WROX LSD AY and THURSDAY, 25th and 26th November, 1914, Numerous Special and other Prizes offered for All Classes of Live Stock. With the Generous Assistance of the Dun. edin Jockey Chib, i £IOO IS OPFERF-D IX PRIZES IX HUXTIXG AXD JUMPING CONTESTS. | ENTRIES’ CLOSE | On SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, I Schedules, Programmes, and Full Particulars from ( n. V. FULTON, j Secretary. I Telephone 1,031. 1 P.O. Box 84, Dunedin. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS, OTAGO A. AXD P. SHOW at DUXEDIX, 2.) Mi and- 26th NOVEMBER , j FOR BURT PARK TROTTING PACES ;t, ! DUNEDIN, 27th and 28th NOVEMBER. | YTOLIDAY EXCURSION TICKETS to I .!UL DUNEDIN will be iiMted from I.VTj TEUTON, KINGSTON, and Iruoimediate ISi a ( ions (including Branchesi, and Iruni j (QUEENSTOWN, from MONDAY. 23rd Noi vember, to FRIDAY, 27tb November, incln- • E'.r. ;,;.o from OAMARU. INVERCARGILL, and Intermediate Stations (including Branch c-.-.i by Trains arriving- DUNEDIN tip lo 2.C p.m. on SATURDAY, .2Bth November, .iv.ni.ihh* for return til! SATURDAY, 12IU December. 1914, Hy Order. NEW ZEAUIND RAILWAYS. OAMARU SHOW, 19th and 20th NOVEMBER. T HOLIDAY EXCURSION TICKETS to JOL < iamn.ru will bo issued at Tim am, Dunedin, and intermediate Stations, Including Branches, on THURSDAY. 19th November; also by Trains arriving Oman up to 2.31 p.m. on FRIDA Y, 20Lh November, available for rerun: till Friday, 27th November. 1914. On Frida v, 20th Not ember, the Train, usually hj aving Oanmrj for Dunedin at 2.35 p.m. v.iii NOT loave until 5.50 p.m., Dunediu arrive 10.53 pin. Will not stop at stations Sawyers Bay to Pelichet Bay in* elusive, except to eel down passengers. By Order. Office of Public Service Commissioner, Wellington, 28th October, 1911. t. PPLTCATIONS will be received hy th* Win undersigned up till noon ou the 21st November, 1814, for the POSITIONS (Two) of LINEMEN tor the Lake Co lend go- Chri atchitroh High-tension Transmission Lise. Furtbsr particulars may bo seen In th* New Zealand Gazette of sth proximo, or mf.y bn obtained on application to the Permanent Head, Public Works Department, Wellington. Salary, £2OB per annum j General Division. A. J. H. BENGE, Secretary. TB ANAU-MTLFOED SOUND TRACK. SEASON 1914-15. IT IS HEREBY NOTIFIED for Public Information that the Government 6re a row on Lako Te Arrau will make ite FIRST TRIP for the shovemeationed season on the 30th NOVEMBER, and Glade House end the Huts on the To Anau-Miifcrd Bound Track will be Reopened for Tourists Dun; the same date. By Order. JN order to have xbo ‘Star* out in go oi time, it is found impossible to dassifj Advertisements that come in after noon. After this km cannot be classified We would thepeftn* acquest Advertisers to kindly bear this in mind, and send in Sense Orders Egrljr*
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