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{ AMUSEMENTS. THE < RING'S THEATRE FULLERS' CONTINUOUS PICTURES. 6.3O.—EVERY EVENTSG.-6.30. OUR COLOSSAL PROGRAMME. THE DEFENCE OF ALOST. Taken Actually iu the Firing Line FATHE WAR GAZETTE. All the Latest War New*. THE MELBOURNE CUP. 1914, From Start to Finish. HIS PHANTOM FRIEND. ! A Most Delightful Comet!v. I THE FOOLISH AGREEMENT. I •• .SPARROW OF THE CIRCUS. I Two Intensely Human Plio'o Plnvs. i HTRONG SUPPORTING SUBJECT-. . MAKING A GLORIOUS PROGRAMME. ADULTS. 6d. CHILDREN. 3d T£IS MAJEST.YS THEATRE 7 NIGHTS' SEASON. 7 Commencing SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21. Direction: Anglo-American SyndJoAt«. Magic in All Its Phase*. MARVELLOUS HUGARD. MARVELLOUS HUGARD, MARVELLOUS HUGARD. The Man with the Wonderful Hand*. REAL MAGIC. REAL MAGIC. Dariag Conceptions. Phenomenal Wonder*. THE GREAT RIFLE ACT. Bring Your Own Rifles and .303"*. YOU CAN'T SHOOT HUGARD. The Chinese Wonder-worker, CHING SUNG LOO. CHIXG SUNG LOO. GHING SUNG LOO, In his Famous Pelting Palace. Bringing the Myttic East Right to You* Doors. None can Compare with Ching Sung Loo. GREAT IDEAS FOR REAL THINKERS. ' Supporting Artists: Miss ERRINGTON, Musical NoveHie*. Miss CLARE. Serio. Mr TED ALLEN. Comedian. The TWO FRANKLINS. Comedy Duo. CLIVALLI a«d Dog Sport, Juggler*. PRICES: 3s, 2s, 1». Box Plan, Dresden, now open. Oay Sales Jacobs'*, on Saturday. AUCTIONS. SATURDAY, 21st NOVEMBER, 1914, I 11.30 o'clock. J Oiago Farmer*' Horse Basaar. THE OTA GO FARMERS' CO-OPERA-L TIVE ASSOCIATION OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, will hold their WeeklyHorse Sale, as above, when they will offer — On Account Mr W. ■ S. Bissett (Kaitangata): Spring-cart gelding, 4yr* Pony, 3yrs. For Unreserved Sale, on Account Mr D. Goodman (who is leaving for the war): Horse, spring van, and harness. On Account other Client? .- 5 draught mares and geldings. 6 spring-carters and light lvarsts. L. MACLEAN Auctioneer. SATURDAY, 21st NOVEMBER, At 11.30 o'clock. At Duneditt Horse Saleyards. DRAUGHT, SPRING-CART. AND LIGHT HARNESS HORSES. TOTHIGHT, STEPHENSON. AND CO.. Wj LTD., will offer by auction, as Account Mr A. Arthur (Hyde): 3 first-class draught geldings, syrs 1 fir?t-class draught -mare, syrs. Account, Mr G. M. Kendall <Wnikoutoti) i 1 first-class harness gelding, 7yr* 1 first-class mare, aged. Account Mr W. Reynolds (Puketi): 1 really good harness gelding, that*. oughly quiet in harness and with all i raffia Account Mr D. L. M'Ooll (Fairfield) i 1 first-class spring-van gelding, 6 yvtisf ajiy trial. Account other Vendors: S first-class drought honse*, staunch 7 spring-cart ana harness houses. Further iEntries Invited. MONDAY, 23rd NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. Sale by Auction, IN ROOMS, dowling STREET. SOLID OAK CHEVAL BEDROOM STJTOE, SHAPED MIRRORS. GRAMOPHONE? AND RECORDS, EXTENDING DINING TABLE, OAK SIDEBOARD (MIRROR BACK), CHILD'S DROP-SIDE COT, Etc., Eto. TAMES SAMSON AND CO. *J have been farored with instructions to I fell by auction, at their Room*, Dowling street, a large catalogue of Household Furniture, etc., including— HEAVY OAK SIDEBOARD carpet (squares, chinaware, cutlerv. HIGH-BACK OAK DINING CHAIRS, piano, linoleum*, occasional tables and chairs, seagrass chair's. Jubilee chains, SEAGRASS SETTEES, lounges, leather couches, kerbs and :'mi«, fenders and brasses, clocks, cvrt.-hi pole* and fittings, pictures, painting*., oinamcrrts. flower bowls, glassware, HALL STAND (INOAK), hall chairs, flip mats, HEAVY CARPET RUNNER, d.i. beds, t.i. bed?. SOLID OAK CHEVAL BEDROOM SUIT .-I (SHAPED MIRRORS), duchess chr-p. ware, child'* droD-*ido r.oi, DUCH !•'?.-'i PAIRS, waehßtanifs Mile back, marl)!? i<i|>!. bedding, wood beds', OAK BEDS, eomiun'lr«, quilts, chests of drawers, kitchen furniture, meat safes, cooking utensils, etc. I MEETINGS. THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH VERSUS THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC. CREAT-AFTER-CHURCH RALLY. j Arranged by the Temperance Committee of the Presbyterian General Assembly. HARRISON HALL, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22nd. at 8 p.m. Speakers : Rev. H. CLARK lOnroaroh Rev. W. SHIRKR (Wellington Southi. Rev. JOHN PATTERSON (Cbrwtchurcb). Rev. J. W. SHAW I'lnrereargill). j Rev. A. MTLLER rTdeip. I'huii- will be n, cium-d by I'll Moderate* ! (Rev. A. Grant). NORTH-EAST VALLEY TOWN HALL, At 8 p.m. Speaker* : Revs JEFFRIES, DOULL. AND CATHERWOOD Visitor?, to Presbyterian General Assembly). Collection «i- Ail Meeting* for Campaign Funds. ! OPEN AIR. OCTAGON, 8 p.m. j SATURDAY. ! Speaker:-: Revs. RULE and MILLER. TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the * ANNUAL MEETING of the AUSTRALASIAN TEMPERANCE AND GENERAL MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. LIMITED, will Ik- held at the Head Office of the Society, corner of Swanstcn and Little Collins streets. Melbourne, on FRIDAY, December 11th. 1914, at 2 p.m. Business: (1) To Receive the Director** Report, Revenue Account, and Bal-ance-sheet for the Year ended September 30bh, 1914 : t'2) to Elect Two Directors and Two Auditor*. J. M'K. HENRY, General Manager. Head Office, Melbourne. November 13th, 1914. TOTICE IS •HEREBY GIVEN that A an EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING of the AUSTRALASIAN TEMPERANCE AND GSNESAL MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, LIMITED, wiH be held at the Head Office of the Society, corner of Swansfcon and Liltle Collins streets, Melbourne. immediately after ihe. close of the Annual Meeting on FRIDAY, the Hth day of December. 1914 BuKiuees: To Receive the Annual Actw a rial Report. J. M'K. HENRY, General Manager. Head Office, Melbourne, November 13tb, 1814. rWABTB : :i|L?EB*

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 15655, 20 November 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 8 Issue 15655, 20 November 1914

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