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AMUSEMENTS. pRINCESS Direction ... .. TO-NIGHT!-THEATRE. Fuller-Brennan, Ltd. TO-NIGHT! VAUDEVILLE. MATLVEE SATURDAY AFTERNOON. MATINEE SATURDAY AFTERNOON. A STUPENDOUS AND IRRESISTIBLE ENTERTAINMENT. TREMENDOUS SUCCESS. LESLIE HOLMES COMEDY COSTUME COiIPANY. Exclusive Engagement of ROSA LOADER, A.T.C.L. ROSA LOADER, A.T.C.L. BROWN AND SOR.LIE The Gayest BROWN AND SORLIE Coou Comedians Great Men, GREAT .WESTIN Pa-st and Present. GREAT WESTIN WHITE AND GREY. Comedy Artists. Sketch Artists. BROWN ANT) LAWSON ARTHUR TROUT ARTHUR TROUT And His Mermaid. Reserve your Seats »t the Dresden. D.C. and Orchestral Stalls 2s j Stalls, !»; Upper Circle-, 6d. CAVERSHAM BOWLING CLUB AKT UNION. npHE following is -the RESULT of tli J- DRAWING of the Cnvereham Bowlin K Club's Art. Union:— Ist Prize, 351: 2nd Prize. 4,9441 3rd do, 2,001; 4th do, 148; sth do, 1,104| 6tk do, 1.510 j 7th do, 1,996; Bth do, 680. The Famous Contestwinning Instruments! BESSON'S BRITISH" BRASS BAND INSTRUMENTS. iHE Attention of Bandsmen is directed . to th* SUPERB SET of SILVERPLATED INSTRUMENTS on view, in our window. Tliis representative tot. similar to what wo have supplied to a number of New Zealand Bands, is equipped with Etaharmnnin Euphoniums, and Bassos. 15ESSON BRASS INSTRUMENTS «r« perfect in couilruciinn and musical quality. As is well known, more pmes are won on BesEon Instruments than on any other make. The unrivalled excellence- of these eplendid instruments is attested by the preferenco shown for them by the. Bands of His Majesty's Armv and the cream of the great Contesting Bands in the. United Kingdom. Full particulars on application. CHAS. BEGG AND CO., LTD., Bole Agents for Benson and Go., Ltd., PRINCES STREET. OTAGO AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL SOCIETY. ■ETROPOLITAN SUMMER SHOW. TAHUNA PARK, DL'NEDIN. WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY. 25th and 26th November, 1914. Numerous Special and other Prizes offer 1 * for All Classes of Live Stock. HUNTING CONTESTS A SPECIAL FEATURE. NUMEROUS E-NTBIES. Full particulars from H. V. FULTON, Secretary. P.O. Box 84, Dunedin.

JOHN RED) AND SOXS, LTD. unreserved auction sal-e furniture. THURSDAY, 19ih NOVEMBER. At. 2 o'clock. At Auction Rooms, 213 Princes street On arrouni of llii' Owner, vita has Jen ThltK-dil*. SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Every Article v.-jj| be S.,!d Without Reserve. KAITRI MIRROR-HACK HALL STAND. KAURI MIRROR-HACK SIDEBOARD. MOqUETTE VELVET COUCH. DIXINO ROOM. HALL. AND BEDROOM FURNITURE. SADDLEKA<; SUITE, CEDAR OFFICE TABLE Leather -u.d S'oyic Topi, Oil PnJn+.'nss, La<-e Curtain?, Austrian C7.;«in. Dininjf Tablrs, Dinner mill Tea Warn. U»liolskercd Wicker Chair*, Knuri Ovrrmnirr.]. Occasional Tables. Tapeslty Carpet, Linnleum, Vases. Ornaments, Double find Sini'le Iron Brass-mounted Bedsteads. Wire, Kujiok and Flock MatfcressfP, U;;chi.t>.o Gusts, Wash;:and*. Toilet. W'tre. Toile; Glasses, Clot Iks Chests. Kitehrii Tables. Kitchen T T tei:siK BLANKETS AXI) XAPERV. "OHX GEERTN AND CO. O AU'Tion^cr.-. New on view. No e.-rerve. FRIDAY 201 hj NOVEMBER. At 2 o'.-'ock. .STEAMER'S UNCLAIMED CARGO. DM. SI'EDD IX O- « i- iii>ti•■.t.'t.c! to S'.-'l by auction, :it. his. Rfloins mi Friday, at 2 o'clock, 1 cask sausage iiiffols zinc. 2 casks .pitch. 1 coil wire, 4 empty risks. 1 cii<p horseshoes, 6 felloes, 6 packages tea, 3 rises \Ciie. wtck pumiei-, 2 sacks ginger, 6 boxes dar.c-s, bale bun;:?. various packages Sainton, surdities, soap, jams, dried fruits, tapioei. 6 boxes oigars, 5,000 cigarette*, and other sundries. MONDAY. Tin DE At Rooms, Man'-''' street. 2 VALUABLE CITY FREEHOLDS. FINEST RESIDENCE SITE IN DUXEDIX. .'.-ACRE, UPPER YORK PLACE. Valuable. Ea!>i!y-:>ec(s-ible Corner. LEVEL i-AfRE. MACLAGGAN AND CLARKE .STREETS. Suitable for Manufaeiorv or Motor Garatre, AVo, MAIN .SOUTH ROAD CORNER, CAVEESHAM. r>ARK, REYNOLDS. LIMTTED, —L are instructed by tin* Trustees, Executors, end Atjr-ii<*y Co.. Ltd., to .sell by auei'D Sections 13. 19. Block XL, Dunediu. c.-ir.t.aininir 2 roods, having frontages of 132 ft i-o both Upper York place at;d Town Bolt by depth of 165fi, on which i.s erected large. Wood House, whif:h with some renovation could be made fo Inst for many yean to come.. The «il« is undoubtedly one of inn fine-r, in Duncdirt, beinir elevated,*. unable n be outbuilt, and with a. moat jrlorious view. (2) Section 76. P-lork VTL. Dur.edin. corner of Maeiaj;',".n street and Cirke tstroiit. containing 1 rood, and bavin;? frontages of 65ft and l-S'sft respectively. Th<* building* consist cf boarding, establishment, shop, stable, find stores, etc.. and are. bringing in a very pood return, and tviii continue to do so, while the freehold is growin? in valu». It is the very brst available central site for factory or garage, and the raveuuo derived, frcm tbo front buildings ivcmld enable th» purchaser to sland practically rent free. {3) Allotment's 27 aitd 23. subdivision of Section 20, Block VI.. Town. District, comer of Main South road and Peie.r street, Civf-r----shara, having frontages Of 67ft 4in and SSft; respectively, with Two. DweUings (Xos. 357 and i 59) of 4 rooms (brick side walls) and. 3 rooms, and vacant allotment ndjoininff, which, tradrijr to tlio close settlement in this locality, .'.hould make a very good business site. We strongly recommend inspection of thee* pwpertiei, » theat «je for gcairfat «•!•.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 8, Evening Star, Issue 15653, 18 November 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 8 Evening Star, Issue 15653, 18 November 1914