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AMUSEMENTS. BOOK EARLY—AVOID THE' CRUSH. CHILDREN'S FESTIVAL, SATURDAY. npHK OCTAGON THEATRE. TO-NIGHT AND UNTIL .SATURDAY. TO-NIGHT- AND UNTIL SATURDAY. Best of All Attraction?. THE REIGNING MAG-NOT That Draws the City's Thousands Nightly, And PLEASES. "ASTOUNDS, and DELIGHTS Young and Old. IT STANDS ON A PINNACLE. UNRIVALLED. UNAPPROAOHED. Barker's All-British MONARCH OF MOTION MYRIORA3LA. 'SIXTY YEARS A QUEEN.' 'SIXTY YEARS A QUEEN.' 'RTXTY YEARS A QUEEN.' 'SIXTY YEARS A QUEEN.' A Pictorial History of the Empire during the LIFE and REIGN of QUEEN * VICTORIA. ''Her Court v»s pure, her life serene. God gave her peace: her land reposed; A thousand chums to reverence closed In her a? Mother. Wife, and Queen." Her Noble Life was a Model for Monarchy. An Object LeH»on to the- World. The vast film covers every notabjc incident of that record reign, iuid provides a wealth of variety and interest. Lucidly Lectured by Barrie Marscliel. Preceded at 8 sharp bv THE DEFENCE OF ALOST. MELBOURNE CUP. THE LAST WORD IN WAR NEWS. All Screenings to Good Music by THE OCTAGON ORCHESTRA. 6d and Is. Reserves, Dresden, Is 6d. KAIKORAI TO THE FRONT. A PATRIOTIC CONCERT will be given -C3L in AVakari Hall on FRIDAY, November 20th. at 3 p.m.. by the COMBINED CHOIRS and BANDS of Kaikorai, assisted by Dunedin's Leading Talent, in aid of British and Belgian Relief Funds. Splendid Programme. See' bills. Admission, Is. J. 11. MATIIESON, Hon. Sec. THE NEW EDISON "AMBEROLA" HAS ARRIVED! BLUE AMBEROL PHONOGRAPH RECORDS FOR NOV. NOAV ON SALE AT "BEGG'S!" Thoro are 26 Fine Selections In tin's i»suo, including sonio Rea-1 Gems, such as ' The Lost Chord,' Rud Miller; 'Ever of Thee,' quartet by A'iolin, 'Cello, Flute, and Harp; ' Battle Eve,' duet by Archibald and Fish; 'Bonnie Scotland,' Medley on Xylophone; ' Tako Me in a Taxi, Joe,' comic song, Jact Charman; ' Bantry Bay,' Irish Ballad, Kinniburgh; 'That's How I Love Him,' Ada Jones; 'Amourese' Waltz, Accordion Solo, etc., etc. Price, 3s each. AVe invite inspection of Edison's NEW INVENTION, THE HORNLESS "AMBEROLA" PHONOGRAPH, specimens of which are now to hand. CHAS. BEGG AND CO., LTD., Phonograph Parlors, PRINCES STREET. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. F. R, AVODS, LTD. EXTRA SPECIAL VALUE MILLINERY. SPECIAL WINDOW DISPLAY. SECURE ONE TO-DAY. F. AND R. WOODS, LTD. 13-15 PRINCES STREET (Opposite Herbert, Haynes'.-O. TO LET (December Ist), "THE MANSIONS." Ihe well-known High-class Boarding-house. For particulars apply JAMES ANNAND, 47 Stuart, street. OFFICES and Sample Rooms, small and large; very central; very low rentals. Hooper, 52 Crawford street. ■AO LET, modern Tcn-roomrd House: £1 . week; plenty ground; Gardens ier.iuus. Payton, 6AO Castle street. /-ROOMED Brick House To Let; every O convenience. Apply 534 Castle street. TO LET, Six-roomed House, all conveniences. Upper Walker street. Apply 74 Manor place. LARGE Unfurnished Room To Let. George street (5 minutes from Octagon); bath, hj. and c, gas, use of kitchen. Apply Hillikcr, 205 George street. VACANT, large Double superior Bed-oit.-ting Rooms: fireplace. gas cooker*, h.c. kiieiiou. 610 CuitibrWainl-Fredonck rjPiO LET. Office and small AVarohmisc, 30 JL vlO: mitral; irroiinrl flour: lowrcnial. Bos 52. nPiO LET, superior 5-roomed New House: 1. all rom-ejiii-iK-cs; <-lertric Jivlit. 28 R.nvblti snort, >lu>selbutgh Rise. t/VODERN Five and Six-roomed Reside™ XtX in City and Suburbs; every possible eonveuiciKM'. Carter. Exchange Court. ITV) LET, 4-voomcd Brick House, Cumber- . laud street. Key at Sam Abum's; renl, 12s. TY\O LET, 4 and 6-roomcd Houses; hj. and ". c. wafer; drained; 10s and 15s. 74 Dr. ml as street. np.O LET, at Evansdaie, 4 Furnished *- Rooms, wiih us? of kitchen. Apply te Nook. np.O LET 1.38 Howe afreet), convenient Six- .&. roomed House; bath, hot and cold: 16s. Bryant. Octagon. TiO LET (9 Brown street), superior Sevoi roomed House; every convenience; lovely view; 255. Bryant, Octagon. flPiO LET. 5-roomed Cottage fgarden, conveniences), clcse Station, .Main road, ....vciubcurue; 12s wesk. T. Ross, draper. nn.O LET. "fiirrt QmTTi 5-roomed llousa. Apply 44 High street. Musselbunrh. f~S y O LET, 5-roomed verandah House; JL Khacklock, drained, copper; 10s. Isaacs, 211 Castle street. 7TAO LET (30 Eden street), 6-roomed House; A ga?. hj. and e.: viow. Key next door. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. ACKSON'S Private Hotel, Dowling street, *J> Dbner 12 till 2; Tea, sto 7; Sockli and Parties catered for; committee room. First-class Accommodation A'isitors. (GLADSTONE HOUSE, Moray p'.aco T ('phone 2.180). —Bert Accommodation visitors; personal supervision. Moss and M'Phorson. ~Room or Two Rooms Wanted by Gentleman; pan. board. !li { ""''"_' S l f£'" -1' ff - Q - ST. CLAlß.—Vacancies for few Boardors; Afternoon 'Tens a specialty. Mrs Christie, " GreenclifT,'' Si, Clair (tatc of Brighton). WANTED, by young Gentleman (Territorial), good homely Board and Residence in select locality: Church of England family preferred: state terms. Reply " Khandaiiah,". 'Star' Office. HOLIDAY RESORTS. (RIGHTON.—To Le!. 6 Rooms (fur- > nished), November to Easter, except month January. Box 2, Green Island. TUGGETS, Alplyneux.—-Mirs Campbell's, \ Seaside Accommodation; trap meets passengers at, Romahapa on application. Telephone Tokata. MEETINGS. OTAGO EARLY SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION. LADIES of Ihe Association -willing to Assist the Sub-committee with arrangements for Reunion of Members will Meet in Eaxlv Settlers' Hall on FRIDAY, November 21st," at. 3 p.m. JOHN WOOD, Sec. O.E.S.A. ' UNITED STARR-BOAATK.ETT BUILDINGSOCIETY. WEDNESDAY, 2nd December, 8 p.m., Society's Office, Stock Exchange Buildings. Ol KAA THREE GROUPS. Sale No. ."=bJ.OUU 1. Ballot Xo, 2. Ballot No. 3. Join our New Group (now nearly complete) and take part. SUGH MITCHELL, Secretary,

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5, Evening Star, Issue 15653, 18 November 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5 Evening Star, Issue 15653, 18 November 1914