AMUSEMENTS. | " Charles Chaplin To-night in the Knockout." j T\JEW QUEEN'S THEATRE. | PERPETUAL PICTURE PALACE. Daily: 11.30 till 5.50; 6.30 till 10.30. j AN EMPHATIC SUCCESS. ; THE. LATEST LOUDEST LAUGH. A Rcmarkablo Film Depiction of thn Funniest- Fight on Earth. Refereed by the Inimitable CHARLES CHAPLIN, And Entitled THE KNOCKOUT A Koysione Star Comedy. And rleo Fen hiring "FATTY" ARBUCKLE. - ! Tlie Two Reels Contain More Laughter tn the squaro inch than any other Keystone j Film containing Fatty and Charles Chaplin. THE DEFENCE OF ALOST. I THE DEFENCE OF ALOST. THE DEFENCE OF ALOST. ■ THE DEFENCE OF ALOST. THE DEFENCE OF ALOST. An Authentic Picture, Direct from the Front, showing Refugees Passing Through AJost.—Armored Motor Care, which have nroved most valuable.—Street Barricade (immediately after this picture -was taken the Germans pot our range, and fired a number of shell.-, one. of which struck a buildin" near the camera). — A Desperate Street Fight (a little further up this street the shells fell lik« rain). —The Field Rod Cross Ambulance.—Priests on Bioyclcs, etc.—Enormous Hole, in the Ground mado by a. Bomb. Also. THE .MELBOURNE CUP, 1914. Showing the Race from Start to Finish. The Finest Race Picture Ever Screened. And a Fine Supporting Series. ONE PRICK TO ALL PART'S: ADULTS, SIXPENCE; CHILDREN, 3d. DEFENCE OF ALOST. Taken Actually in the Firing Lines. THE RING'S _IHEATE E. FULLERS' CONTINUOUS PICTURES. 6.SO.—EVERY EVENING.—6.3O. THE DEFENCE OF ALOST. THE DEFENCE OF ALOST. Straight from the Front. GENUINE WAR FILM. Taken Actually in the Firintr Lines. PATHE WAR. GAZETTE. WAR GAZETTE. Containing Latest War News. THE MELBOURNE CUP. Magnificent Picture of the Classic Raro from Sta.rt to Finish. HIS PHANTOM. FRIEND. HIS PHANTOM: FRIEND. A Delightful Comedy-Drama, received Last Night with Bursts of Merriment. Intensely Human PhoTo-Plnv. THE FOOLISH AGREEMENT. The Verv Amusing ■Cornedv A STUDY. IN COSTUMES. The TCealisfic Life Play A SPARROW OF THE CIRCUS. The Glorious Scenic IN THE MARITIME' ALP.S. A SPLENDID PROGRAMME. And "Wo Commence nl 6.50 p.m. 6.50 p.m. 6.30 p.m. ADULTS. 6d. CHILDREN, 3d. [URSDAV, 19ui NOVEMBER, At 8 p.m. ■"kUXKDIX SHAKESPEARE CLUB'S *-* PUBLIC READING Of 'KING HENRY VITI.' Tickets to the. Public will lie on Sale at ihe Door. PRICE, 2s. PRICE. 2s. Intending Honorary Members (yearly subscription 10s 61) should join now by communicating with the Secretary. E. A. DUNCAN, P.O. Box 155. ELECTION NOTICES. [" IBERAL LEAGUE OF NEW ZEALAND 'DUNEDIN BRANCH. SIR J. C. WARD, Lender of the Great. Libera] parly. Will ADDRESS A PUBLIC MEETING In the GARRISON HALL, Howling E'reet., On THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19. At 8 p.in. R. R. DOUGLAS. BRUCE ELECTORATE. rgWE Hon. .1. ALLEN will ADDRESS the -*- ELECTORS as under: STIRLING.—TO- NIGHT 'Tuesday). 17th, at, 7 o'clock. KATTANGATA.—TUESDAY. 17th, at 3 7.0 p.m. LAWRENCE.—WEDNESDAY, 18th. at 8 p.m DUNEDIN SOUTH ELECTORATE. " "HI T. H. DALTON, Reform Candidate, "Will ADDRESS the ELECTORS at SOUTH DUNEDJN TOWN HALL WEDNESDAY NEXT, the 18th INST., At 8 p.m. His Worship the Mayor -I. B. Shaddock, ■ Esq.) will Preside, and I The Right Hon. W. F. MASSEY. P.C., j Prime Minister, will be Present. : DUNEDIN CENTRAL ELECTORATE, i fR, .T. W. MUNRO, the selected LABOR I CANDIDATE, will ADDRESS THE I ELECTORS as under. -- RUSSELL STREET MISSION HALL—! TO-MORROW (Wednesday), Xovom- I her 18th, at 8 v- m - ' GARRISON HALL—FRIDAY, November 20. I Mr 3IUN'RO'B COMMITTEE will Meet in j Rooms, Princes h-lrool incxt. A. Harris and ! Co.), on THURSDAY EVENING, nr. 8 ; "R. C. E. STATHAM'S COMMITTEES MEET as under . GREEN ISLAND.—TO-NIGHT (Tuesday), j tit 8 o'clock, nt Frotesiunt Alliance Hall. ! MORNIXGTON.—WBDNKSDAY, lßtn, at, 8 p.m., at Committee Room, Mailer fireot (nest Post Office). i All Supporters cordially invited to attend. DUNEDJN NORTH ELECTORATE. R A WALKER, the selected LABOR IM. CANDIDATE, will ADDRESS THE ELECTORS as under: TOWN HALL, X.E. VALLEY-TO-MORROW (Wednesday), November 18th, tit 3 p.m. GARRISON HALL—FRIDAY, November 20U). Mr WALKER'S COMMITTEE wiii Meet in Rooms, George street (opposite Kno:c Church), on THURSDAY EVENING, at, 8 o'clock. DUNEDIN WEST ELECTION. R W. DOWXIE STEWART "Will ADDRESS the ELECTORS of DUNEDIN WEST At BURNS HALL TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY) EVENING, 15rh init., At. 8 o'clock. Mr Stewart will deal with THE LIBERAL-LABOR ALLIANCE, THE PRICE OF FOODSTUFFS, THE COST OF LIVING, And Other Important Questions of the Day. Gallery reserved for Ladies and their Escorts until ten minutes to eight.
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