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AMUSEMENTS. QUEEN'S THEATRE. PERPETUAL PICTURE, PALACE. Daily: 11.30 fill 5.30; 6.30 till 10.30. TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! An Extraordinary and Remarkable Society Photo Plaj% in 3 Parts, THE STOLEN DOCUMENTS A Romanes in which Beautiful Ladies, Bashing Adventurers, Heroic Soldier*, and Cl«ver Diplomats play their parts. BUNNY BUYS A HAREM. This is undoubtedly the host and funniest of ths "Runny" series, and will be welcomed as a relief from the serious dramatic pictures that, tend to depress one these Bad times. John dreams he is a millionaire, and buys ft harem, with remarkable results. •SEE THE SLAVE SALE AT CAIRO. And, by unanimous request, the greatest "comedy success of the year, —THE KNOCKOUT, By the Famous Keystone Company, featuring the Tnimitable "CHARLES CHAPLIN" and "FATTY ARBUCKLE," Will be Screened. -Supporting Subject* include: The Melbourne Cup of 1914 (the famous race from start to, finish). Hie Defence of Alost (Authentic War Film). Fiords of Norway (Pathc Colored Scenic). Mons. Gaston, from Paris (A.K. Comedy). Making •'Koumiss'' in the Caucasus (Interesting). Australian Gazette, Etc. ONE PRICE TO ALL PARTS: ADULTS, SIXPENCE; CHILDREN. 3d. mHE KAIKORAI BAND will render the JL following Programme on the New Band Rotunda, BOTANICAL GARDENS, on SUNDAY AFTERNOON, commencing at 3 o'clock:— March—'The Englishman.' Selection —' CavalTeria Rusticana.' Cornet Duet—' Ida and Dot.' Euphonium Solo—'Asleep in the Deep.' . Hymn—' Peace, Be Still.' 4 Selection —' Zampa.' Trombone Solo—' Let Me Like a Soldier Fall.' Selection Patriotic Melodies. Grand March—' Entry of the Gladiators.' National Anthems of the Allies. 'GOD SAVE THE KING.' During the afternoon the Dead March in 'Saul' will be played as a mark of respect to the late Field Marshal Loni Roberts. G. B. LATDLAW, Conductor. F. BARTON, Secretary. A GREAT COLLECTION! Jmt Out. THFi "SALON" PIANO ALBUM. 63 POPULAR PIANO SOLOS. FTVHE Publishers of the famous " Globe" X Albums have just issued tins Splendid Collection of PIANO SOLOS, at the moderate prko of 3s 6tl. Tho book contains 223 pages of clearly-printed Music, and includes such gems as Braga's ' Serenade,' ' The Melodv of Love,' 'JErI King' (by SchubertHeller), Brahms's 'Hungarian Dances,'Rockstro's 'Whispers from Erin.' Pridham's ' Sailor's Drea-n.' Jensen's ' Bridal Song,' Nocturnes by Field and Brinley Richards, and many others. One great feature of Hu's Album is the fact that the pieces arc, with one or two exceptions, woll within the range of the ordinary player. Price, Is 6d; Posted. 1* 9d. CHAS. BEGG AND CO., LTD., Headquarters for Music, PRINCES STREET. ALE OF WORK, ODDFELLOWS' HALL, STUART STREET, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, 25th and 26th November, From 2 to 10 p.m. In aid of Hoslyu Church of Christ Building Fund. Santa Clans in at tendance. Admission Free. GARRISON HALL. TUESDAY NEXT, 24th NOVEMBER, 1914, 8 p.m. DUNEDIN ORCHESTRAL SOCIETY. 27th Season. FOURTH CONCERT. Soloists: Miss A'ida Waters, Mr J. M'Grath. Final Rehearsal Garrison Hull, Monday, 23rd November. 7.45 p.m. J. T. HAMANN, Hon. Secretary. A Very Cordial Imitation! SHOW-WEEK VISITORS TO THE CITY! "»''OU are invited to call at "BEGG'S" GRAMOPHONE and PHONOGRAPH PARLORS and see the r.pleudid New Machines—the '• LYRIOPHONE," a Popular priced Gramophone, and the "AMEROLA," Edison's latest, the Hornless Pbouogruph. Wc are also showing an excellent .selection of •HIS MASTER'S VOICE" Gramophones, for which wo arc agents. Enormous stocks of " Blue Amberol" Phonograph Records. Double-sided Gramophone Records, and every equipment, including Albums, Carrying Cases, etc., etc. A New Shipment of "His Master's Voice" Semi-Celebrity Records just arrived. Catalogues of Machines and Records free on application. CHAS. BEGG AND CO.. LTD.. Gramophone and Phonograph Agents, Princes street. I LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. ' "IT'OR SALE, 6,000 Second-hand Slates. 1 JP Apply Robt. Christie, P. 0., Lawrence. <»-» Q/l —Boarding Establishment; seven c&JL*J\J permanent boarders; low rent; splendid position; bargain. Battersby Co., Dowlinsr street. ITIOR SALE. 2 good Building Sections. ApL jily P. Prattley, Sawyers •■KK/y-St- Kilda: 4 Rooms; hot, and iiOO" cold, gas, verandah; drained; rden. Alex. Harris, auctioneer. t TTIOR SALE, splendid Suburban Butchery. JL well established: no goodwill; books ~ T open for inspection: excellent reasons for selling; rent, £2 per week; tenant to supply J ptock. Gcerin, auctioneer. INDIAN Motor Bike For Sale; 79 h.p.. splendid running order; trial; £os. , Address "•Reliability," 'Star' Officr;. ITIOR SALE, quiet Pony. Gig, and Harness, * together or separately. " Renalt," u ' Star ' Office. QA- St. Kilda: Practically New 4%J\J roomed Cottage; copper, tubs. - washhou.-e, ivarilrobcp; bargain. Ales. Huri ris. auctioneer. —south Dnnedni (handy Work- - roomed Dwelling: conveniences; drained: l freehold. People's Agency. OKf>f"J —South Dunedin: Modern 5 " Rooms; bathroom, hot water: . drained; large freehold section. People's I Agency. ' X*/( AA (no agents).—Freehold, 22 Reid > &Zf-3:\J\J load, 5 Rooms, bathroom, new workshop, drained: take deposit, balance as 1 rent; cheap property. Apply 20 Baker I tree t. FOR SALE, light Dog Curt. Harness, Saddle, and Bridle: in good order. No. 20, s Woodhr.ugh. 0 - *?1 ft £2 °- £SO, £lO0 ' £loo ° To Lend; g 3wX" lowest rates, r«sy repayments, • E. J. Bryant, agent, Octagon. j > ENTS Collected, Properties carefully li managed, accounts rendered monthly; ' I terms strictly moderate. E. J. Bryantj ent, Octagon. ' £?/t(*tt —Kaikorai tfow minutes car): 6 cfcrdhOtJ Rooms; hot water, gas, wardrobes, dining room 17 x 14. bookcases, cop- . per, tubs, lawn, t'owlhouse; J-acro. Alex. • Harris and Co. ' r*f|/\r| Umbrellas to choose from; we OUl"" lead in fashion, quality, with i s low prices. Lotlrabj-'s, Stock Exchange. I ETHAB'YS only Address: Next Post J Office, Stock Exchange; home of the ■ I renowned Lethaby Umbrella. Always leading- ' ETHABY*S. Lethaby s, Lelhaoys UmJ brcllas, Umbrellas, Umbrellas. Next i Post Office, .Stock Exchange. Latest long handles. Iwearwell roverg. 1 ~S f\(\f\ Men Wanted to Join Dunedin 1 JLUUU Clothing Club; 2s weeklv pays for Tailor-made Suit; easiest ter Dunedlln Cash Tailoring Company, Ltd., Arcado. i "OORT CHALMERS.—Cottage, 3 rooms. -' JL For Sale for Removal. Apply Lovu I Bros. 1 ~ JOT obtainable in the Dominion. What? _ Healing remedies equal to Morris's r'i Healers; Is. Is 6d, chemists, grocers; you r j try bottle to-night: good for everything. Facts. X?-« a ry 10s.—Castle Hill, Anderson s Bay : Magnificent Building Allotment: 32 pole*; glorious view. Alex. Harris and Co.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15656, 21 November 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 15656, 21 November 1914

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