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AMUSEMENTS. AGAIN TO-NIGHT! BOOK EARLY AT TILE DRESDEN, Is 6d. TOE OCTAGON, HAYWARDS'. TJLE OCTAGON, packed »s it was IcsS veninjj with a. brilliant, gathering of deghted and delight-lid penpie, WAS A GLORIOUS SIGHT TO SEE, And the EXTERTAIXMEXT WAS WORTHY Of she Occasion. STORMS OF APPLAUSE Greeted Our Laicrf, Gianni ic. I'r.rciiar-e. AND WAVES OF PATRIOTISM Swept the Buildinir. BARKERS S L'U PEN DO US" PICTURE. ,000 ft. 7.0-3/t. 'SIXTY YEARS A QUEEN.' 'SIXTY YEARS A QUEEN.' 'SIXTY YEARS A QUEEN.' The Life and R<dcn of Queen """ ' '5-1 XTY YEARS A QUE •5-IXTY YEARS A QUEEN.' 'SIXTY YEARS A QUEEN.' A Pictorial History of the Empire. IT IS INDEED WONDERFUL. IT instructs aocura tely, educates pleasing!}-, entertains thoroughly. IT evokes enthusiasm, kindles patriotism, fires ambition. IT extols peace. denounces war, i'o-si ers intelligence. A GOLD }TINE OP KNOWLEDGE. A Grand Subject, GRANDLY Treated. A Picture of Parts. SOMETHING WORTH ATTENTTON. It is the Kcigniusr Attraction THAT ALL MUST SEE. Lecturer Mr BAR-RIB 31ARSCHEL. Also Extra, THE LAST WORD IN WAR. NEWS. MELBOURNE CUP, 191*. MELBOURNE CUP, 19U. The Race from Start to Finish, THE BATTLE OF AIiOST. All Screenings Embellished by THE OCTAGON OECHESTRA. Cd and Is. Reserves, Dresden, Is 64 s'G! COMING! IS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. """ 7 NIGHTS" SEASON. 7 CommencingSATURDAY, 'NOVEMBER 21. The Puzzle of tho Universe. JTUGAR.D THE MYSTERIOUS. HTJGARD THE MYSTERIOTIS. HTJGABD THE SfYSTEJiIOLvi. Tii e Greatest Magician Yet, SEE THE GREAT RIFLE ACT. A Daring, Ssusaxional, Death - defying Spectacle. Is TSutr.trd Invulnerable? DELI GHTFUL '. DUMBFOUNDING 1 AMAZING! The Wonderful Chinese Ehtsioufst. OIINfi SUNG LOO, CHLXG SUNG LOO, CH.IXG SUNG LOO, The Oriental Majrfcian, Pr?St:-a-s A NIGHT IX A CHINESE PAX-AGE. V Sensational Scries of Startlirjr Siinni-:':s. CHIXG SUNO LOO IS A MARVEL. Tlio Magicians ara Supported by Miss ERRINGTOX. .tacrim Musical Novell v Expert;. niß TWO FRANKLINS English Comedy Duo. Vlr TED ALLEN. Comedian. diss CLARE, Serio. LIVALLI and Dog- Sport., .lus«-]-?k. ,„ A Plan Dresden. 3s. Dry Sales Jacobs'*. PRICED: ss, 2s, Is. AUCTIONS. WEDNESDAY, ifsth NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. At Ttor.mr. 221 Princes street. HOUSEHOLD FUIIMTUIUS. ■PRIOIiT SEMI-GRAND I j IaNO FORTE, OAK MIRROR-BACK FXDSBO-VKD, SUITE IX FIGURED VELVET, AMERICAN OKC''AN (Ifalcolm and Co.), A LEX. H.UttO?, AND CO.. l\ arc instructc-d u> r-'.-Jt by auction, at!' htir R.::-.-.-. -is a,..vv. Kunnlure, •:■'.?., inclu.Ki'i.T — -.vickcv '-hniip, occasional tables, cur- •?.-.':, ernaniculs, iincleurus, piatures, ear.eiirr, rrafs-rac.unted bfld--in;1": an J drub'.-.), wira and floclc ■ :.•. eh-t.-. nr 'Jta-.TOis, wardrobe. : and loiki chest-., washstauds an iiiij's cot, wire sL'iikedowns, kitchen ■ c an! ;ifnf,il-N crock-cry and glas»« •.p. uiuiitclpie/??, pirns, "lass caso, rrow, l-idv'i ai;.l gsiit's bicycles, 40 TUESDAY, Is,* OEGEMBER, At W..L.-J c\il;>?.k. At RoomH, CITY FREEHOLD PROPERTY. MODERN (i-ROOMED RESIDENCE, >'o,> 25 i'TRKET. ' ALEX. HARRLS AND CO. i~l. have received ir>r*ructioiis to sell, ai llx-.vn. AiluMwifc 2V Bioci;_Hl.. Dtmedm, at the •■nnif-r nf Lici an.-.1 j-Vrnhill (area, l.i poli-.M. a li.nd'rn Residence of 6 r.icjii.-; -ln:r to l -- I .', i>!«stored thraufrhout. .■ai!'.. pas, ii■■".. and co:d, folding doora in tw:> -X!n.<. A splendid chance to secure a. i:'.- pr<ii>oriv v.'l:'dn 5 luimdos of Pose 1 D\i"->m\ 11 ti NOV IN Do \\ idln POO^IS. H< D II fNTIT'iiT, (u IA'ERY I , m IJ-'IJON ti ' i i til NO Eirchiuj', J i 'i i d'l , IUMNI-'i ii' Oih EI DROOM '-I 1 1 i- ,. \[\r i r >\ . a\d dining room -. '■Tiriir TAIII > -■> VND CO. > i In th uui motions to 1 1 1) j Rooms, U -i I t „ -it-'cjup of superior i , i 1 in SrKt-ckf« < i I i i H i, > DIMNG jIOO'iI SUIT! ili ( ' lable, iiighi i i i jj . frn \xxninrxes ,j i. \ .1 "ILL ana SEVERj i _ <ind bowls, fancy r t I j*i trams piauo, i ITJ IJ > i'l * > - ' jPI pi iur"S, vase?. m-iiH -\ ti"e» k<rb» ana (,r m , i ) MIRROR HALL, l \ *.«■'' .i I -- -UiH', HtTtkil i- i H tviif* i haai. 1 nt u ' a _nd '1 cic niaU i-i >.«,, ki i - 1 b°Jii.Tirf, HANDm,i »• )' ID o v "H ROD.,! SUITE r i i m] 1 ir.rror chera.l i I \ a-JilJ'nt', mirrorlrr w ii 1 -> b"d uad be<l« i iri 2 di i Ij iruo*si CB.bin.etv i t i in —a*-- chairs, kitlun -n'-i ii ' i Ii \ •sIKVICL, cutlery, j i j i macevwj, tooU, c ,i, i.i pin. ' p -i wrs'ft machine, v •uplir.ard, P.IXOER irXRESERVED AUCTION SALE IrUR.XJTURE. THURSDAY, :Sth NOVEMBER, \t 2 o'.-:ock. At Auction Rooms, 213 Princes street. In account of th»> Owner, Vr'ho has JefV' Dunodin. SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Evr-ry Ariiel" "ill b'j field Without Resorr* KAin'.r AHRP.OIt-BACK HALL 6TANB, EAUur :nu.r„oß-BACK sideboard, iIOQUhTTE VELVET COUCH, fHNTNG ROOM. HALL. AND BEDROOM' rCKXnURE, ~>\] Paintings, Lac? CtuLains, AiistrranChain, Dining Tablw, Dinner and Tea War», Up.oi.vt'.rfd \Vic!:er Chairs, Kauri Overmantel, X-easional Tables, Tapestry Carpet. Lino* cum, Vasts, Ornaments, Double -and Bingla 11 tin Brass-mouiitfd Bedsteads, Wire Mat* ,'.(:-'-*".. Kspok and Fiock Dnob-•;.-Hd Cheats. Washslands. Toilet Ware, ToilM ;;«*."•>;, Clothob Chests, Kitchen Tab!e« f [vitchcu Ut«iKi!i, BLANKETS AND NAPEBT. OHN r;EERIN AND -CO., 'J Auciiosior-rs. N-ott riu ri*.\». No reserve. TEEN .STORES FOR TROOPSHIP VERDALA AND WILLOCHRA. t EPA RATE SEALED TENDERS for tho J s.bovo STORES, F. 0.8., PORT CIIALHER.H, will bo received by tho Dei'cr.ee Jffioe, Dunedin, itp to 12 o'clock 'noon) on SATURDAY, 21st November, 1914. Ccnditions and specifications njay be obtained from the nndersiened. W. E. CKRISTIB, Captain, Assistant iKrector of Supplies and Zassgoct,

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7, Evening Star, Issue 15652, 17 November 1914

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