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AMUSEMENTS. DEFENCE OF ALOST. r Taken Actually in the Firing Lines. j THE I RING’S THEA TE E, ! FULLERS’ CONTINUOUS PICTURES. 6.3O.—EVERY EVENING.—6.SO. THE DEFENCE - OF ALOST. f THE DEFENCE OF ALOST. c Straight front tho Front. GENUINE WAR FILM Taken Actually in the Firing Lines. The Belgian Soldiers are seen making a Tremendous Defence against the Gormans Tho Belgians' are seen lying on the. ground firing, 'after which they spring to their feet, rush forward, fling themselves down again, fire a volley, repealing this time after Limo. j The streets are partially barricaded. In the foreground are the men who have fallen during the combat. PATHE WAR GAZETTE. PATTIE WAR GAZETTE. Gormans in England, but. prisoners safe | behind barb wire at Frimley. j Kitchener’s Roys—A Camp Scene of the ; New Array at Aldershot. FROM ZEPPELIN PERILS. I •' Erecting Searchlights at Hyde Park. j King Edward's Horse. Gallant Roys in j Camp. AFTER THE BATTLE. j Wounded Tommies leaving London Hospital I for Church Parade. 2,000 Rccmits Wanted—for Royal Navy j Volunteers. I f March off the WaJmer. a Drilling ■at Crystal Palace —Finishing off at Walmcr—Another 500,000 wanted—Sonic of Kitchener's Recruits. I £ .SIR .10 UN FRENCH. j a magnificent series. ; THE MELBOURNE CUP. 1 THE MELBOURNE CUP. KINGSBURGH WINS. j A Magnificent Film of the Classic Race. I FROM START TO FINISH. ii Shown in ( nninnetion with o OUR COMPLETE PROGRAMME. ! v COMEDY AND DRAMA. j „ The Special War Pictures will be Screened i f. at 6.30 and 8.20 p.m. ADULTS, 6d. CHILDREN, 3d. ! _ . i S. PAUL’S SCHOOLROOM. I TkUNEDIN DIOCESAN SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION. CONCERT BY PUPILS FROM THE COMBINED SCHOOLS TUESDAY, 17th, S p.m ELECTION NOTICES. TBERAL LEAGUE OF NEW ZEALAND 1 tDUNEDIN BRANCHi. SIR J. C. WARD, Leader of the Great Liberal Party. I Will ADDRESS A PUBLIC MEETING i In the GARRISON HALL. ; * Dowling street. I On THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 19, | Ai 8 p.m. ; K. R. DOUGLAS, M !; |: - r Will ADDRESS i lie ELECTORS At tlie HALL. WAIKOCAITI. TO-NIGHT (MmMayi. 36th NOVEMBER. i lIAJ-L, W.UTATT. i, TUESDAY, I7t!t NOVEMBER. c Aii .Melting. :m 8 o'clock. BRUCE ELECTORATE. •' TMIK Hmi. .1. ALLEN will ADDRESS Cue’ ] ELECTORS a, under.STIRLING. TUESDAY. 17:! i, at 7 p.m. . j K.UTANGATA. TUESDAY. 17th, at 1 8,30 p.m. LAWRENCE.-WEDNESDAY. 18th. at S p.m BRUCE ELECTORATE. r R C R. SMITH, Liberal Candidate B uec. Wild. ADDRESS THE ELECTORS . \ i LAWRENCE TOWN HALE 7 il-MuR i’t (W Ti i c-d av . ,-u 8 p.m. DUNEDIN NORTH ELECTORATE. MR A WALKER, the. selected EA Hi lit CANDIDATE, will ADDRESS THE ELECTORS ;i. follows; CORONATION HALL, MAORI 11 ILL-TO-NIGHT i Monday, Novnnbrr 10. TOWN HALE, N.E. VALLE V—WE DNESDAV. November 13. GARRISON HALE—FRIDAY, November 20ih. Ai To liighl'-; Meet inr Mr IVniker will make Di.dm-i ions from Professor Prince’., Report mi N Z. Fisheries. Meetings Coinmenee a: 8 pin. DUNEDIN CENTRAL ELE( TOR ATE. T6.TR .1. W. MUNRO, the selected LABOR ; CANDIDATE, will ADDRESS THE ELECTORS as follows: WALKER STREET MISSION HALLMONDAY, November 16th. RUSSELL STREET MISSION HALL--j WEDNESDAY, November 13th. i t’.ARRISON HALL—FRIDA V. Nr her 20. Meeting-: Commence ,-ir 8 p m. DUNEDIN NORTH ELECTORATE. MR G. M. THOMSON Will ADDRESS the ELECTORS as follows HOWE STREET ' HALL.—TUESDAY, 17ih November. OPOHO CHURCH HALL.—THURSDAY, 19th November. WOODHAUGH PHILLIPS MEMORIAL HALL.-FRIDAY, 20rh November. Meetings Commerce at 8 p.m. DUNEDIN WEST ELECTION. M R W DOWN IE STEWAR’I Will ADDRESS the ELECTORS of DUNEDIN WEST At BURNS HALL On WEDNESDAY NEXT, 18th INST.. At 8 p.m. n Air Stewart will deal wi-fi THE LIBERAL-LABOR ALLIANCE, THE PRICE OF FOODSTUFFS, THE COST OF LIVING, And Other Important Questions of tho Day, Gallery reserved for Ladies and their Escorts until ten minutes to eight. A I.L ALTERATIONS OF DISPLAY A D YEK TISEMENTS Must be HANDED IN to the Office BEFORE 11 O’CLOCK of the PRECEDING DAY,

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 15651, 16 November 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 15651, 16 November 1914

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