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AMUSEMENTS. “ Charles Chaplin To-day in the Knockout.”. \TEW QUEEN'S THEATRE. A* PERPETUAL PICTURE PALACE. Daily: 11.30 till 5.30; 6.30 till 10.30. THE LATEST LOUDEST LAUGH. A Remarkable Film Depiction of tho Funniest Fight, on Earth. Refereed by the Inimitable CHARLES CHAPLIN, And Entitled THE KNOCKOUT And also Featuring “ FATTY ” ARBI;CELL. As a pugilist Fatty is more than a Wlißa Hope—he is the world's champion elephantweicht. He lifts the scale at twenty stone, and is willing to take on anyone double his weight, if ho can find him. Charles Chaplin is the referee, and it is his boast that he if the most crooked referee in the wide world. The two reels contain more, laughter to tho square inch than any other Keystone film containing Fatty and Charles Chaplin. DON’T" FORGE!' OUR PICTURES OP IDE GERMANS IN BRUSSELS. THIS IS EVEN BETTER. THE DEFENCE OF ALOST. THE DEFENCE OF ALOST. THE DEFENCE OP ALOST THE DEFENCE OF ALOST, THE DEFENCE OP ALOST. The Famous Belgian Regiment ‘Les GuMmi* In this regimen; both cfhcgrs and men are drawn from the Belgian aristocracy.—Re* faeces Passing Through Alost.—Armored, Motor Cars, which have proved most valuable.—Street Barricade finunodiattely after this picture was taken (ho. Germans got our range, and fired a number of shell* one of which struck a building near tho camera). — A Desperate Street Figlif in little further up this sired, the shells fell like, rain). —Tho Field Red Cross Ambulance.—Priests on Bicycles, etc. —Enormous Holo in the Ground made by a Bomb. Also. THE MELBOURNE CUP, 1914, Showing the Race from Start to Finish. And a Finn Supporting Series. ONE PRICE TO ALL PARTS: ADULTS. SIXPENCE; CHILDREN, 3d, 'ARRISO N H A L L, j TO-NIGHT ‘MONDAVI, NOVEMBER 16. [ At 8 o’clock. I H. D. BEDFORD, Esq., | H. D. BEDFORD, Esq., Will Deal wi!h the FALLACIES OP THE FALLACIES OP THE MODERATE LEAGUES PLATFORM. MODERATE. LEAGUE'S PLATFORM. Questions Invited, Collection. I CATER SHAM BOWLING CLUB, LTD. j ART UNION. Drawing op art union iak. s pR.-e ( in Chib’s Pavilion on TUESDAY, 17;h November, at 8 p.m. Public invited, j J. M‘M. BROWN, Hon. Sec. SPORTING. WAIKOUAITI RACING CLUB. Annual meeting. To bo Held on THE DOMAIN COURSE (Oho Milo Round), FRIDAY, JANUARY Ist, 1915. Programme Approved by Metropolitan Club and tha N.Z. Trotting Association. President. Allen ,S. Orbell, Esq.; vlce-preal. dents—P. Byrne, Esq., P. Toomey, Esq., j .las. M’Gill, Esq., R. Templeton, Esd;l I stewards—Messrs E. Aitchieson, H. S, Allcoek, T. J. Allcock, Jas. Brown MP.vntc, G. Carling, Jas. Jones. Jas. Msutwell, D. M-Gregor, J. Puddy, J. H. Koehfort, and Jas. Summers; hon. judge, Mr R. Templeton'; hon. clerk of scales, Mr M. Byrno; starter, Mr K. Harley;; ! hon. timekeeper, Mr J. Sligo" hon. i treasurer, Mr Jas. JPG ill: handicappars ; —Messrs J. E. Hcnrys, Jl. Brinkman; : : hon. cleric of course, Mr G. Carling;. b in. secretary, Mr George E. Charlton* j PROGRAMME!. 11. MAIDEN PLATE HANDICAP (5 Pur- ! longs), of 55sovs; second house ICsors from' tha etako. For horses that hava m\cr won a race of 25sovs or over. Nomination, 15s. Acceptance, 20s. 2. WAIKOUAITI CUP (1* Mika), of 110 mivsj first liorsa £9O. second horse £ls, third borso £5. Nomination, 255. Ac c.-pfaiioe, 355. j 3. NEW YEAR TROT (li Miles), of 90sovs- | first horse £7O. second horse £ls, third ] hot sc £5. Nomination, 20s. Accepts ; auce, 30s. ’Weight i Horses, 19 stone;, j Ponies {14.2 hands and under), 9 stone. I 1. BRAY MEMORIAL <6 Furlongs), of 0S ! ; second _ horso lOsovts from tho i Make. Nomination, 20a. Acceptance, 255. 5. WELTER HANDICAP <7 Furlongs), of Gisovs; second horsa lOsovs from the stake. Nomination, 20s. Acceptance, 25-. 6. HAWKSBURY HANDICAP (9 Furlongs), of SOfiors; second horse, 12« ova 1 from the stake. Nomination. 20s. Ac- ] cepiance, 30s. j 7. RAILWAY TROT (1 Milo), of 75sovs: i hint horse £6O. second horse £lO, third i horse £5. Nomination, 20 s Aceeptj ar.ee, 255. Weight: Horses, 10 stone; | Ponies ;14.2 hands and uuderj. 9 stone. : 8. FAREWELL HANDICAP (Hack Condi. 1 rion*, 5 Furlongs), of COsovs; second horse 10.-ovs from the stake. Nomina- , tion, 20s, Acceptance, 20s. 1 NOMINATIONS: FRIDAY, 4th December. | HANDICAPS: MONDAY, 14th December. ACCEPTANCES CLOSE MONDAY, 21st December. i N.B. —Si o Rules Raring, Part XVI., Rul* 4.) 111. LEa. —Handicaps in Flat Races to ho based on a Minimum of 7«t 71b. The winner of any Race after declaration of weight niav be rvhaudicappcd. All Races to be rnu ; under Kuire of Racing a* laid down by the ! N.Z. Racing Conference and N.Z. Trotting i A.--.-,‘datum. | Ad Entries «r.J Acceptances to be ad. j.ln s-ed to the Hon. Secretary, Waikouaiti, : or care of H. L. James, Esq., Dunedin;; (entrance money endured; and must state; j name, age, color, pedigree; and in TVoia j performances of horses not known to tho ( iiandi'-apper: a!<••.-, name of owner and j Trainer, and colors t .■ b.» worn by tho rider. { GEO, E, CHARLTON, ‘ . Hon. .Secretary, Jluv 1" Walkouaii.'. 1 |.- - = ■ RELIGIOUS. j PRESBVTEKV OF DUNEDIN. I LICENSING OF STUDENTS. » PUBLIC Si’BVICE will be held in IkV FIRST CHURCH TO-NIGHT (Mon- ) davi, at- H o’clml:. Tho Moderator of Pres. l.vtiTV wiil preach and preside, and tho Eer. <; I! BALFOUR. M.A.. 8.D., will AD. | DRESS THE LICENTIATES. I V— —: —Are - , " : == 3 AUCTIONS. I WEDNESDAY, 18th NOVEMBER, j At 2 o'clock. At Rooms, 221 Princes street. I HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. (UPRIGHT SEMI-GRAND PIANOFORTE, i OAK MIRROR-BACK SIDEBOARD, j SUITE IN FIGURED VELVET, | AMERICAN ORGAN (Malcolm and Co,), A I.EX. HARRIfiT’ AND CO. me instructed fo sell by auction, at i heir Room-, as above. Furniture, etc., including—--6 alining chairs (walnut frames), chiffonier*, palm Hand-, Brussels carpet, brat.vmonnted fender', wicker chairs, occasional tables, curtain-. vases, ornaments, linoleums, pictures, hanging lamp-, couches, brass-mounted bedstead.- i.-inglc and double), wire and flock lualire!-e-., chest - or drawers, wardrobe, duchess'! ami toilet Ousts, washstands and ware, child’s coi. wire shakedowns, kitchen furniture and utensils, crockery and glassware. j ,p. mantelpiece, sfopr, glass case. wheelbarrow, lady’s and gem’s bicyoies, 40 kegs nails. WEDNESDAY, 13th NOVEMBER, ISW. Burnside Kaleyard*. rrVHE OTAGO FARMERS- CO-OPEHA. X TTVK ASSOCIATION OP NEW ZEALAND, LTD., will offer, ns above; Front the South— One truck of Fat Pigs. L. MACLEAN. VkUetiOBACL

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7, Evening Star, Issue 15651, 16 November 1914

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