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AMUSEMENTS. DEFENCE OF ALOST. Taken Actually in the. Firing Lines. " THE ING'S THEATRE, FULLERS' CONTINUOUS PICTURES. B.3O.—EVERY EVENING.—6.3O. THE DEFENCE OF ALOST. THE DEFENCE OF ALOST. Straight, from the Front. GENUINE WAR FILM. Taken Actually in the Firing Line*. I'ATHE WAR GAZETTE. PATHE_W.\R GAZETTE. Containing Latest War News. THE MELBOURNE CUP. Magnificent Picture of the Classic Raoc from Start to Finish. HIS PHANTOM FRIEND. HIS PHANTOM FRIEND. A Delightful Comedy-Drama, received La*t. Night, with Hursts of Merriment. Intensely Human Photo-Phy. THE FOOLISH AGREEMENT. The Verv Amusing Comedy A STUDY IN COSTUMES. The Realistic Life Play A SPARROW OF THE CIRCUS. The Glorious Scenic IN THE MARITIME ALPS. A SPLENDID PROGRAMME. And We Commence at 6.30 p.m. 6.30 p.m. 6.30 p.m. ADULTS, 6d. CHILDREN, 3d. r IS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. .Direction: Anglo-American Amusement Syndicate. 7 NIGHTS' SEASON. 7 Commenting SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21. MYSTERIOUS HUGARD, MYSTERIOUS H UGARD, The Magician of Magicians, Featuring the Sensational, Daring. Deathdefying GREAT RIFLE ACT. An Act that. Defies Explanation. Talk About Sensation! It*tt Simply Indescribable. Is it Mesmerism, Spiritualism, or What? It Causes Endless Controversy. Description is Impossible. MYSTE RIO US! NO VEL! BEWILDERING ! SEE OHING SUNG LOO, CHING SUNG LOO, From tho Chinese Palace, Peking. GORGEOUS! DAZZLING! SPECTACULAR! •Nothing Like Him Ever Before. •Supporting Artists Include: Miss ERRINGTON, American Musical Expert. THE TWO FRANKLINS, English Comedy Duo. Miss M. €LARE. Serio. Mr TED ALLEN. Comedian. CLIVALLI and Dog Sport, Juggle™. PRICES: 3s, 2s, Is. Box Plan Dresden. Day Sales Jaoobs's. SPORTINC. FORBURY PARK TROTTING CLUB. SPRING MEETING, 27th and 28th November, 1914. A CCEPTANCES for ALL EVENTS Jr\. First Dav CLOSE ,-it 9 p.m. on SATURDAY, 21st November. H. L. JAMES, Secretary. LOST AND FOUND. ' OST. Bread Delivery Book, about BurnJ side; reward. W. A. Turnbull, MosOST, between Kaikorai \ alley and Han- — i over street, Greenstone Brooch; reward. Return M. Beadle, 226 Gcorjre street, Clfv. OST, between Gladstone street, Morn-—-i uigton, and Princes street, £1 Note; reward. 1 Atkinson street, .South Dulled in. OST, Buy Horse, Saddle, .and Bndl«. -i Reward returning Brown's Stable*, Manor street. OST. £1 Note yesterday by Working Jt Girl. Reward returning 6 Harbor rrace. "jjT OST. between Manor place and St, AnB -# drew street. Gold Gross (pearls and .; reward. Rsturn 11 Forbury road, Cavershnm. OST (Surulayi, Pink-and-jrrny Parrot; — k rrward. Banibrr, Si. Kilda : telephone 3.520. " OST. Lady's Bug. St.. Clair, Saturday. -~.> Finder keep nioiicv and return bag to -'A.M.." 'Star' Office' 170UND, Parrot. Alex. Binnie and Co., 1 21b Gsorgo street. H jWUXI>.—At Stewart'.-, fishmongers and JJ. poulterers: iSprJ<-.iidi<l lot Feathers For Sale, 3d per lb. delivered. CORPORATION NOTICES. BOROUGH' OF MOItXIXGTON. RATEPAYERS are REMINDED that the KATES for ending 31*1 Mirch, 1915, are 11 o w considerably OYER DUE, being payable on the 30:h June last. Payment is wquesW •on or before tho Htii'DECEMBKi:, 1914. V. NELSON. Aciing Town Clerk. Morningtoti. November 18th, 1911. RELICIOUS. PRESBYTERIAN ASSEMBLY. SUNDAY SCHOOL POLICY CONFERENCE. •".lir.S CONFERENCE will be Continued . in First Church Vestry at 6.30 sharp. .Business DIVIDENDS. NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LTD. DIVIDEND WARRANTS for the Halfyear ended 30th September, 1914, are NOW OBTAINABLE. H. E. WILLIAMS, General Manager. 18th November, 1914. AUCTIONS. TUESDAY. 24th NOVEMBER, At. 12.30 o'clock. At Room?. 204 Prince 1 - street. 6-ROOMED DWELLING AT ST. CLAIR. TO BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER. No. 11 Edward stfeot, St. Clair. SC Ult R AND CO. have received instructions from the Owner to sell by auction, as above. Allotment 49. Block ]., St. Clair, having a frontage, of 66ft to Edward street, together with the Dwelling of 6 rooms thereon, with conveniences, including drainage, to sewer. A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY FOR A BUILDING SPECULATOR. FRIDAY, 20ih NOVEMBER, SALE BY AUCTION, At 2 o'clock. IN ROOMS. HOWLING STREET. OAK ROLL-TOP DESK. ORIENTAL •HEARTHRUG. SINGER SEWING .MACHINE, CARVED itALL SEAT, QUAINT OAK HALL STAND 'Mirror Back), SIDE SEAT. REFLEX MIIrROR DUCHESSE, HEAVY AXMINSTER CARPET SQUARE (Latest Design). Etc.. Etc., UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO. .Extending Dining Table, High-back Dining Chairs, Seagrass Chairs, LEATHER COUCHES, Occasional Tables and Chairs. Jubilee Chairs, Pqlhi Stands. Flower Bowls, HEAVY CARPET SQUARE:?. Hearthrugs, IMITATION MARBLE DINING ROO CLOCK, Curtains and Fittings, Fenders snd Brasses, KERBS and IRONS, Hall Stands, Hall Tables and Chao'rs, HANDSOME CARPET RUNNER, D.I. Beds, S.I. Beds. Wood Beds, OAK BEDS, Duchr*se Pairs. Chests of Drawers, REFLEX MIRROR DUCHESSE, Child's Drop-side Cot, Kapok Mattressss, Flock Mattresses, Quilts, Bedding, Linoleui Washstands, Ware, Wire itatlre&ses, Sti-etcbers, Shakedowns, Crockery, Cutierv, Cooking Utensils, Kitchen Furniture, Tools, SINGER SEWING MA CHINE, etc., eta. J-AMES SAMSON AND CO. I hare been favored tvith instructions to sell by auction, at tbeir Rooms, Dowling street, A large catalogue of Hou&ehold Furniture, including the above.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6, Evening Star, Issue 15653, 18 November 1914

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