AMUSEMENTS. TO-MORROW, at 2.30. orn-.v vtctortv matinee. QUEEN VICTORIA MATINEE. '6O YEARS A QUEEN." A Pictorial Hi.Morv of the Empire. A GOLD MINK OF KNOWLEDGE. Lectured n*= at Night. 3d and 6d, Children: Adults, 6J; Re?.. Is 'HE OCTAGON. HAYWARDS' BE EARLY OR HOOK YOUR SEATS. CROWDED OUT NIGHTLY. LA ST-TWO—NIGHTS LAST—TWO—NIGHTS Of the Hit of tha Hour. A World's Huge •60 YEARS A QUEEN." M YEARS A QUEEN.' '6O YEARS A QUEEN.' Life and Reign- of Queen Victoria. Life and Reign of Queen Victoria A STUPENDOUS WORK. Not Merelv ONE Picture, but 100 PICTURES WITHIN A PICTURE. Splendidly Lectured' bv the Prince of Raconteurs. Mr BARRIE MARSCHEL. THE MELBOURNE CUP. 1914. Remarkable in its Vividness. BATTLE OF A LOST. WAR NEWS. 6d and Is. Reserves. Dresden, Is 6d. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. NO SHORTAGE OF DRUGS. WILKINSON AND SON, Chemists, have in Stock FULL SUPPLIES OF ALL DRUGS, Chemic.ils, Patents, etc. Regular importations coming to hand. Doctors' Prescriptions Dispensed at USUAL PRICES. Purity and Accuracy Guaranteed. 91 PRINCES STREET mid 297 GEORGE STREET, DUNEDIN. SPECIAL SALE THE SPINNING WHEEL LACE BORDERED TRAY CLOTHS ANT PILLOW SHAM?. ?ize 18 x 18 inch rizc 20 x 20 inch Size 18 x 27 inch Size 30 x 30 inch 1« lid each. »ir.s 36 s. 36 imh These make most Useful and Acceptable CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. KIRK PATRICK AND BARCLAY, THE SPECIALISTS. 65 PRINCE,-. STREET. RELIGIOUS. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF NEW ZEALAND. (-1 ENE RA L ASSEM I) L"S * MEETS in FIRST CHURCH TO-NIGHT, a! 7. Training of Home Missionaries. Home Mi? s'oii'. Collection in aid of Assembly rxpens-. - *. TO-MORROW (SA'ITRDAYi. Ar 10 a.m. Coiir«s of Study for Home Missionaries; Nomination of Moderate:-: Finance Re port: Church Property Ropon ; Sustcii iat ion Fund. OLD Ccunc:i Chur.bcrs. Mnvnin-jtoi (comer Arpvle street at:d Glen .ivnuf! —Mr BERNARD FOX .Int.- nf Sr-ollmid \\i:l in.v.) preach in above l.all as follow*: To-nipht. ai 7.45. Subject, 'The llcslora tiop of the Nation of War!.' Lord's Day 22nd November, at. 6.30 p.m. Subject, ' Tli< Milientiitini. When It Sh'li Hcfin.' Yoi are cortli.illv invited. Conic. No collection LOST AND FOUND. rO LET i December Ist), "THE MANSIONS,'' the well-known Hiph-clas Boarding-house. For particulars applv JAMES ANNAND, 47 Stuart sireet. OFFICES and Sample Rooms, nnail and large; very central; very low rental*. Hooper, S2 Crawford street. r-'-ROOMF/D - Brick House To LetT'eveTy O convenience. Apply 534 Castle street. TO LET. Six-roomed House, ail conveniences. Upper Walker street. Apply 74 Manor place. O LET (30 Eden street i. 6-roomrd House: A pa.-, hj. and c.; view. Key next dour. ~\? IYE-ROOMEDHoiiseT"ail conveniences JL rent. 14s to good tenant. No. 2> Phillin si reel, Kons-inglon. j and 3 Rooms, larpe; pa=, range: srpa•J rate rntrance; central: every convenience. Apply 153 Castle jsjreei. nnO~LET."Vrocmied Brick HmTse. CaM-l street: penuv .section: rem, 10>. inlv 408 Castle street. nnO LET, 4 and 6-roomed Houses; hj. anr Jt. c. waiti - ; drained; 10& and 15s. Ti Dundas street. H:0 LET '36 Howe street), convenient Six-rooni'.-'d House: bath, hot and cold: 16?. P.rvant, Octagon. V) LET (9 Brown street), superior Seven-roon'.t-il House: every convenience; lovelv view; 255. Bryant. Octagon. LET, 3-roomcd Cottage: rent, 10.- 6d~. Apply 1.98 Cnulo flreet. "O LET, 5-roninfd. 22 Pentland street I. N.I-:.V.: )ls 6d. G. M'Mi.Hau, 41 Pacific, street. EIGHT Rooms; modern conveniences pits, drained: sunny; good order: penny •ar. Apply 6 Main South road. TO LET, 5 Rooms, 15 Richmond street, Duncdii;: all conveniences. Apply H. Shelton, Cargill road. LET. 5-roonied House, 55 Grosvenor street. Kensington: rent, 13s. Key text door. BOARD AND RESIDENCE:. JACKSON'S PriTate Hotel, Dowline street. Dianer 12 till 2; Tea, 5 to 7; Soci»li and Parties catered for; committee room. First-class Accommodation Visitors. LADSTONE HOUSE, Moray p'.ace ('phone 2.lßo).—Best. Accommodation lisitors; personal supervision. Moss and I'Pherson. 7"OUNG Gentleman requires private BedL Sitting Room and Board; central; Ante terms. "Comfort," 'Star,' Dunedin. HOLIDAY RESORTS. ~UGGETIS, Mplyneux.—Mrs Campbell'*,
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