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AMUSEMENTS. ! pRINCESS __ THEATRE. Direction ?u1165-Brennar, 3/td. TO-XIGHT! VAUDEVILLE. MATIXEE SATURDAY AFTERNOON. MATINEE SATURDAY AFTERNOON. A STUPENDOUS AXD IRRESISTIBLE ENTERTAINMENT. TREMENDOUS SUCCESS. LESLIE HOLMES COMEDY COSTUME COMPANY. Exclusive Engagement of ROSA LOADER, A.T.C.L. ROSA LOADER, A.T.C.L. BROWN AXD SOUL-IE The (invest BROWX AXD SORE-IK Cn.ii Comedians Great Men, OH EAT WES'TTX Past and Present, OK EAT WRSTIN WHITE AND GREY. Comcriv Artists. Sketch Artist r. BROWN AND LAWSON ARTHUR TROUT ARTHUR TROUT And His Mermaid. Reserve vonr Peats at the Dresden. D.C. and Orchestral Stalls. 2*; Stalls, Is; Upper Circle, 6d. GREAT ATTRACTION. TWO BIG COMBTXED SHOW.-. BARTON BROS." CIRCUS AXD WILO AUSTRALIA (Entirely Reorganised for this. Tour of Xew Zealand). Commencing MONDAY. NOVEMBER 2.3. LOCATION: THE OVAL. 40 XEW S/PAR ARTISTS. 70 Head of Horses, Ponies, Donkeys, and Bucking Mules and Wild Outlaws (including Tornado, th? Queensland rebel, who will lie idden nightly in a 1011> saddle liy Qucen*_and llam-, the famous Australian horseMr .1. M. WEST, the Upside-down Phenomenon. THE ST. LEONARDS. Lady ami Identicman Equilibrists, Head-balancing, and .Sketch Artist.,. Miss ETHEL ASHTON. Queen of tho Aerial Bars. F. R. BARTON, Premier Jockry Bareback Rider. THE. 5 LESSOS (direct: from Em-ope!, the Acrobatic, Team de Luxe. FRED CARLSON. Eccmuic Musician. The Famous WALDORF TROUPE. The ALTOX TRIO, ■Comedy Acrobats-. Tumblers, etc. ■'nil Circus Programme, cr.inlihicd with Wild Australia, and Celebrated Roijghridcrs. OXE PRICE OF ADMISSION: ss, 2-. and 1?. CIuiuTTTT," "Half-price. OH AS. CABOT, Taurine; Manager. SPORTIMC. WAIKOUAITI RAGING CLUB. A X X U A L M E E T I X G, To be Held on THE DOMAIN COURSE (One Mile Round), FRIDAY, JANUARY Ist, 1915. Programme Approved by Metropolitan Club and the N.Z. Trotting Association. President., Allen S. Orbell, Esq.; vice-presi-dents—P. 7>yrne, Esq., P. Toomey, Esq., Jas. M'Gill." Esq., R. Teinpletoji, Esq; stewards —Messrs E. Aitchieson, 11. S. Allcock, T. J. Allcock, Jas. Brown, M. Byrne, G. Oarliny, Jas. Jones. Jas. Maswell D. M-Orefic-r, J. Buddy, J. 11. Rocliforl. and .!;«. Summers; hon. judge, Mr R. Templeton: hon. clerk of scales, Mr M. Byrne; starter, Mr R, Harley; hon. timekeeper, yir J. Sligo; lion, treasurer, Mr .Lib. M'Gill: handicripprrs —Messrs J. E. Henrys. H. Rrinkniaii; hon. clerk of cnursr, 31r G. Carliug; hon. secretary, Mr George E. Charlton. PROGRAMME. 1. MAIDEX PLATE HANDICAP to Furlongs), of 55°ovs: second hone iOsovs, from the stake. For horses tJiat have never won a race of 25sovs or over. Xominat ton, 15s. Acceptance, 20s. 2. WAIKOUAITI CUP (1[ Miles), of 110 sovs: first horse £9O. (second horse £ls, ihird horse £5. Nomination, 255. Acceptance, 555. 3. NEW YEAR TROT (li Miles), of 90sov=; first horse £/0. second horse £ls, third hoise £5. Nomina Lion, 20s. Acceptance, 30s Weight: Hotses, 10 stone; Ponies (14.2 hands and linden. 9 stone. 4. BRAY MEMORIAL to Euriongs). of 65 sovs.; second horse lOsovs from the stake. Nomination. 20s. Aci-i ntair.e, 5. WELTER IIAXDTCAP (7 Furlongs), «f Gssovs; second horse lOsovs from the stake. Xominat ion, 20s. Ac entail.-e, 6. HAWKSBURY HANDICAP ,6 FurlongfO. of gtlftovs; -eend horse. i"r:a from the stake. Nomination, 20s Acceptance. 30s. 7. RAILWAY TROT (1 Milo. of 75-'-v« : fir.it horse £6O. second horse £lO. third horse £5. Nomination. 20-\ Ao/:ptnnce, 255. Weight: Horsr-. 10 s*.• i!i-_•; Ponies <14.2 hand.-; and underi. 9 stone. 3. FAREWELL HANDICAP <Ha<k Cmd:lioni-, 5 Furlongs), of 60-ovs; second horse lOs.ots from the slake. Nomination, 20s. Acceptj:;o>. 20<. NOMINATIONS: FRIDAY, 4th December. HANDICAPS: MONDAY, l'l.h December. ACCEPTANCES CLOSE MONDAY, 21st, December. (N.B.—Sec Rule'-- Racing, Par; XVI., Rule 4.) RULES-Handicap; it. Flat ]; rf , ,„ ; 0 bused on a. Minimum or 7-u 7in. The ',vinner of any Race alter declaration of r/ssight may be rehandicapprd. Ail Raers to bo run under Rules of Racing as lai 1 down bv ih?. X.Z. Racing Conference and N.Z. TiJtti:i<,' Association. All Entries and Aeopiin.-r-, ir, !>,-. r.ddressed to the Hon. S'eretayv, W'tikoiiaiti, or enro of H. L. J nine.-, E-0.. Duiicdli!: name. ago. color, pedigree; .i;;:t perfonnnnces of horses not. know handicappr-r; also inni« <f <n..trainer, and colors io he worn bv t GEO. E. CHAKLTO: Hon. -Y hon 13, WaikouaiU. FORTU'RY PARK TROTTING CIJA SPECIAL GENERAL MEETINC MJk - MEMBERS will be ht-ld at the < Office, Crawford sireni, DuiK-tlin. on '. DAY, 20th November, at. f; p.m. RELIGIOUS. I'RESBYTERIAX i 1," il ii ZE\LANIL fiENER A L A S ~ VX" MEETS in FIESi t.Hti TO-NIGIJT, at 7. FOREIGN .MISSION REPORT DRESSES wiil be tiiven !. JIEWITSON', Dr LOWIE, II M'XEUR. FRIDAY, at 10 a.m. Churcl ■ Woik; SaLlmih t)l>stivniiiv. Schools. 7 p.m., Training of Home MisGOVERNMENT NOTICES. XEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. OTAGO A. AXD P. SHOW at DUXEDIX, 25th and 26th NOVEMBER. FORBURY PARK TROTTING RACES at DUXEDIN, 27th and 28th NOVEMBER. HOLIDAY EXCURSION TICKETS (o DUNEDIN will be issued from LYTTELTON, KINGSTON, and Intermediate Stations (includinjr Branchos), uud from QUEENSTOWN, from MONDAY, 23rd November, to FRIDAY, 27th November, inciuFivn: also from OAMARU. INYERCARGILL, and Intermediate Stations (inchidinj ( Branches) bv Trains arriving DUNEDIN up to 2.0 p.m. on SATURDAY, 28th November, available for return till SATURDAY, 12th December, 1914. By Order. , DEFENCE DEPARTMENT. I FEW HORSES, suitable for Artillery . and Mounted Rifles. Apply Mr WEIGHT, Stock Inspector, Jnrerearffill; Mr HLLL, Ktock Inspector. <3ora; or i Mcjir BNOWBALL, Dimodin. j WHITE Paper for Wrapping-up lor Sal«, ; Aroly, '£tec' Offiwi, iJojad ttrwt.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 15654, 19 November 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6 Issue 15654, 19 November 1914

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