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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 15653, 18 November 1914
AMUSEMENTS. " Charles Chaplin To-night in the Knockout." TVfEW QUEEN'S THEATRE, 1> PERPETUAL PICTURE PALACE Daily: H. 30 till 5.30; 630 till 10.30. AX EMPHATIC SUCCESS. THE LATEST LOUDEST LAUGH. A Remarkable Film Depiction of the Funnieyt. Fight on Earth, Rcfereed by the Inimitable CHARLES CHAPLIN, And Entitled THE KISOCKOUT A KevFtone Siar Comedy. And also Featuring *' FATTY •' ARBUCKLE. The Two Keels Contain More Laughter to tho square inch than any other Keystone. Film containing Fatty awl Charles Chaplin. THE DEFENCE OF ALOST.THE DEFENCE. OF ALOST- ■ THE DEFENCE OF ALOSTTHB DEFENCE OF ALOSTTHE DEFENCE OF ALOSTAn Authentic Picture, Direct from the Front, showing Refugee* Passing Through AJost.—Armored Motor Cars, which have proved most valuable. —Street Barricade (immediately after this picture was taken the Germans got our range, and fired a number of sheila, one of which struck a buildinpr near tho camera). — A Desperate Street Fight in little further up this street the thells fell like rain).—The Field Red Cross Ambulance. —Priests-on Bicycles, etc.—Enormous Hole in the Ground made by a Bctaib. Also. THE MELBOURNE CUP, 1914, Showing the Race from Start, to Finish. The Finest Race Picture Ever Screened. And a Fine Supporting (Series. ONE PRICE TO ALL PARTS: ADULTS, SIXPENCE; CHILDREN, 3d. OTAGO ART SOCIETY. • NNUAL EXHIBITION OF PICTURES. ART GALLERY HALL. OPEN DAILY 12.0 to 5.30 p.m., and from 7.30 to 9.30 p.m. ART UNION TICKETS, ONE SHILLINGIncluding Admission to Exhibition. HALF GROSS PROCEEDS FROM SALE OF TICKETS WILL BE DEVOTED TO THE LADV LIVERPOOL FUND. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. EXCURSIONS TO TAIEHI MOUTH. COMMENCING on TUESDAY, Ist, DeJ camber, and cont'nuinjj until FRIDAY. 30th April, 1915, THROUGH RETURN TICKETS to Taieri Mouth will be issued at Duuedin and Carcrshaiu as under: Yia Henlov—First Class, 5?; Second Class. 3s 9d. Via Titri—First Class. ss; Second Class, 3s 9d. Available for Four Weeks from data of issue. Through Ticket* include Railway Fa.re to Henley or Titri and Boat Faros Henley or Tilri to Taieri Mouth. Tickets via Hrnley are only available by Mr M'Kegg's .Steamer*. Tickets via Titri are only available by Mr J. Knarston's Launches. Tho R-ailway De]»rtmeiit 5s not responsible for the running of Steamers or Launches. By Order. NOTICE TO JURORS. COMMON JURORS summoned for Supreme Court Sittings at Dunedin on MONDAY, 23rd instant, are hereby DISCHARGED FROM. ATTENDANCE. A. STUBBS, Sheriff. Supreme Court Office. Dunedin, 18th November, 19H. CHE 'Star' Garden Annual, reyised and enlarged edition. Price, one shilling, all booksellers.
AUCTIONS. DECEMBER. TUESDAY. Ist, DECEMBER, At, 12 o'clock. At Rooms. Liverpool and Bond stree).*. " COIJGHTREYSV " COUGHTRETS*," (TOWNSHIP OF NEWMARKET EXTENSION.) This Splendid iSubdirision to be offered at, miction as above. Fronts liters Avenue, in the Best, Part of St. (3aii\ and Compri?<'s 10 CHOICE ALLOTMENTS. 10 CHARMING HOME SITES. 10 SUNNY AND HEALTHY. CONVENIENT AND DESIRABLE. Areas Range from 20 Poles to 1 Root! 12 Poles. Easy Terms; 10 per cent, deposit, 15 per eunt. (without, interest) in 3 month'', bnlaneo nt, hi per cent, from dam of sale, for 3 or 5 year*. Lithograph Plans now ready, and obtainable on application. THERE IS' ONLY ONE ST. CLAIR IN OTAGO, which means that Y~ir by Year PRICES' WILL RISE. "GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR."
"OHX REID AND .SONS. LTD. TUESDAY. 24ih NOVEMBER, AC 12.30 o'clock. At Room?. 201 Princes street. A CHARMING 5-RGOMED BUNGALOW AND UP-TO-DATE MOTOR. HOUSE, 21 FERGUSON STREET. MUSSELBURGH Q C 11 R R. A N I) 0 0. O are instructed l>y the Owner (who is Allotment 12, Musselburgh, conta-inins rh area of 21.G pole, together with th'.h Bimgnhiw of !j lnrge rooms ihereon. This niagiMfuient property if one of the best in this fashionablo suburb. "" a Residence, which has only been built EOiiio throe ye.us, is quite unique in design and is built, on a solid conerclo foundation. The appointments throughout are of ihr latest jiiid bc«i. including fibrous ceilinss. iirtiftic paper and frieze?, well fireplaces taslefullv set, out in tile.-, hot and cold water service throughout., electric liphl. and is drained to sower. The hall entrance is fitted with :t display of leadligh", and a combination of little, incidentals, not forget! in? » recently-erected motor iiftrage. makes lhi« a homo well worth Jiviner in. Situated 1 minute from the electric tram, and directly opposite ihe bowling fjicen. An inspectir>:i would prove our description of this property to be no exa^crHliot!. FOR. ABSOLUTE RALE. WEDNESDAY. 23th NOVEMBER, At- 11 o'clock. On the Premises 278 Kin? Edward street, COACHBUILDER*, FARMERS. AND CARRIER-!?. SO UR R AN n CO. have received instruction'; from Messrs .1. Hordcru and .Sons (who are giving up business) to sell by auction, u> above, The whole of the Stock, Plant., and Machinery of this well-known bushier*, comprising— DOUBLE AND SINGLE- BUGGIES, 6 LONG-FHAFTER ROADSTER GIG.-, 2 THREE-QUARTER LONU-SIIAFTER TRAY BODY GIGS, 2 TRAY IIODY" VARNISHED GIG?. DOG CARTS, STATION WAGGONS. PHAE'nTNS, SPRING CARTS. EXPRESS WAGGONS. GROCERS' CARTS. Etc.. Etc. Seasoned kauri panelling, earrineo lamps, coach tuid enrriap/c. fitting?, nickel pig mountings, malleable castings, r.uTlaßp. trimmin??, leathers, duoks, fie... hickory spoke.?, felloes, bat iron, bolts, nuts, cushions and i-quabs, axles, springs, axle boxes, paints, nml varnishi'S, 6' H.P. CROSSLEY G.iS ENGTNE. •sAGAR BAND .SAW. KAOAR. BUZZ PLANER. 6 FIRE LOUDON BLOWER, PULLEYS, SHAFTING, and BELTING. D.M.L. UPSETTING MACHINE, DRILLING mid .-(HEWING MACHINE P.M.L. TYRE BENDER. - EMERY WHEEL AND STAND. TANGING and BORING MACHINES. 2 HUB-BONING MACHINE?-. SINGER'S TRIMMING MACHINE, TYREING PLATE, Blacksmiths' tools, anvils, vyces, steps, step pads, Fairba-nk RcaJes and weights buggy covers, spring-cart body, urocerV cart body, trestles, v.-hsel horseI*, 1 *, grindstone, cramps, wheel jacks, bolt, cutter, etc., etc. EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD. The name " HORDKRN " is io the peoplof Otago the hull-mark <of superiority, and every vehicle submitted at- this Sale is a guaranteed genuine eranrple of th» firm's best effort, as it is only, within tho last fmday* that the firm decided-to quit. The Machinery, fe all of the latest models and the bent makes obtainable, having only been installed within the -pint two years. Not-3 Hour and Dale of Sale: 11 o'clock WEDNESDAY, the 25th (TUe First Day of the Sho^J.
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