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AMUSEMENTS. 2.50 SATURDAY. 2.30 ' QUEEN VICTOR rA MATINEE. The Greatest Matinee Subject. None. Other So Suitable, So Instructive, 60 • Valuable. < Tour Child's Chance of a Lifetime, A Gold Mine of KTiowledae. Its Impression will Never Fade. Follow the. Good Judges. ROOK SEATS OR BE EARLY. /Thousands Alt end All Screenings. npHE OCTAGON. ITA YWARDS*. LAST THREE SIGHTS. Loft Opp-ortuniti-e.s Never Return. EMBRACE THEM WHILE YOIT MAY. "What the crown of a soitow'b sorrow may b3 I know not. This I know : Tt lightens Hi" years that, are now. sometimes to think of the years n~o.'' WHICH REMINDS US that it is nleasiuiftn- to wak-h and reflect upon our reproduction of VICTORIA'S GLORIOUS .KKIGN OP BLESSED than it K to BROOD OVER THE HORRORS OF THE PRESENT WORLDSHAKINCr WAR. SIXTY YEARS A QUEEN THE LIFE AND REIGN* OF QUEEN VICTORIA. Not ONE Picture, Hut 100 PICTURES WITHIN A PICTUKD, And Each One Different. Varietv, Lijiht, Warmth. Color. Lectured by BARRIE UrARSOHEL. > Also, at 8 p.m., DEFENCE OF ALOST. MELBOURNE CUP. LATEST WAR GAZETTE. OCTAGON* POPULAR ORCHESTRA. 6d and Is. Reserves, Dresden, Is 6d. KAIKORAI TO THE FRONT. A PATRIOTIC CONCERT will bB given in Wakari Hall on FRIDAY. November 20th, at 8 p.m., by the COMBINED CHOIRS and BANDS of Knikorai, assisted bv Dunedin'E Lending' Talent, in aid of British and Belgian Relief Fundis. Admission, Is. J. H. MATHESON, LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. STARTER COUPON*. RECENT CICARETTES. GIFT SCHEME. lIS ADVERTISEMENT CUT OUT will count as TWO GIFT TICKETS. See Wanted Columns. Dunedin 'Star,' 19/11/14. ELECTION NOTICES. ■ IBERAL LEAGUE OF NEW ZEALAND J (DUNEDIN BRANCH). SIR J. C. WARD, Leader of the Great Liberal Tarty, Will ADDRESS A PUBLIC MEETING In the GARRISON HALL, Dowling street, TO-NIGHT. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, At 8 o'clock. Chairman, J. B. Shaeklock, Esq., Mayor. R. R. DOUGLAS, Secretary. GENERAL ELECTION. GARRISON HALL. TO-MORROW {FRIDAY), NOVEMBER ?0, At 8 p.m. THE CASE FOR LABOR. Speakers: H. D. BEDFORD. Esq.. Hon. J. T. PAUL, And the Labor Candidates, ,T. W. MUNKO and A. WALKER. DUNEDIN' SOUTH ELECTORATE. TVTR T. K. SIDEY will be pleased to •"■*■ Meet the ELECTORS in tho SOUTH DUNEDIN TOWN HALL FRIDAY EVENING, 20th INST., At 8 o'clock. J. 13. Shacklock, Esq. (Mayor of Dunedin), will preside. DUNEDIN* NORTH ELECTORATE. -R Ci. M. THOMSON will ADDRESS L the ELECTORS a*> follows : OPOHO CHURCH HALL. TONIGHT (Thursday), November 19. WOODHAUGH. PHILLIPS'S MEMORIAL HALL.—FRIDAY, November 20. MAORI HILL CORONATION HALL. —MONDAY, 23rd November. Mecti:-.;;* Commence at 8 p.m. DUNEDIN WEST ELECTORATE. " R J. T. .T O H N S O N, Libeial Candidate. Will ADDRESS the ELECTORS at WAKARI HALL. Knikorai, on MONDAY. 23rd. at 8 o'clock. ALBANY .STREET SCHOOL HALL, WEDNESDAY, 25th, at 8 o'clock. (GEORGE S. THOMSON, F.P.A., N.Z., T Labor Candidate for Chalraeis, Will ADDRESS the ELECTORS as under: MOSGIEL TO-MORROW (Friday), at 3 p.m. Ladies' Meeting 1 . MOSGIEL.—TO-MORROW (Friday), at 8 p.m. General Meeting. PURAKANUL—SATURDAY, at 8 p.m. General Meeting. RAVENSBOURNE.—MONDAY, at 5 p.m. Ladies' Meeting. RAVENSBOURNE.—MONDAY, at 8 p.m. General Meeting. CHALMERS ELECTORATE. JAMES M. DICKSON, the Government, Candidate, will ADDRESS THE ELECTORS as under: MOSGIEL CORONATION* HALL. TO-NIGHT (Thursday), November 19th, at 8 o'clock. BIIOCKVILLE PUBLIC HALL.—FRIDAY, November 20th. nfc 2.30 p.m. MOUNT CARGILL SCHOOLHOUSE.FRIDAY, November 20th, at 8 p.m. SANDYMOUNT SCHOOLHOUSIi. SATURDAY, November 21st, at, 8 p.m. LOST AND FOUND. X OST (Early Settlers.' Hall, Friday last), -i Silver Brooch (3 lions and Scotch thistle); reward. Mrs Riddell, 28 Fawcett street. South Dunedin. I OST, between Caversham Rise, I'layfair J street via car, Gold-mounctd Greenstone Brooch; reward. Ross and Glendining, High stroet. j"~OST. Dark - Pojiy - !Mare] half-clipped; Li cover on. Apply •Cai'»well, butcher, Maori Hill. OST (yesterday), Gold Bangle; kcep- * sake. Reward returning; to EdrdVs, fruiterer. LOST, Two-bar Gold Brooch, with amethyst in centre. Reward on returning to 61 Forth-street. OST, Brooch (red stones, pearls, hajr J centre, kcepiake), Scotia street, Foresters' Hal). 'Star' Office, Port Chalmers. LOST (vicinity P. 0.), Bunch Keye. Finder please return Eissex, fruiterer, Princes street. TMTLLk Person seen taking Purse from M Brown's Tea Rooms last night, containing money and pass, kindly return same, or futt"wr_ proceedings will be taken. PARTY - finding tfmbFella in fruit shop. Maclaggan stieet, please return. 17 Mac'aggan street. .Reward. FOUND. —At Trainor's to-night; Wkite- \ bait.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15654, 19 November 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 15654, 19 November 1914

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