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AMUSEMENTS. The octagon, haywards*. PICTURES AND ORCHESTRA, TO-NIGHT.—At B—TO-NIGHT. SPECIAL. —EXTRAORDINARY. THE REST SHOW WEEK ATTRACTION. England's Famous Actor, CYRIL MAUDE, And a Brilliant London Cast, In W. W. Jacobs's Great Comedy, 1 BEAUTY AND THE BARGE.’ ‘BEAUTY AND THE BARGE.’ Mode Famous Hero by Brough and Boucicault. Also, at 8 o'clock sharp. Extra Interesting War Picture, HISTORIC LOUVAIN. Taken on HISTORIC LOUVAIN 20th Kept. Many Striking Scones are Shown. ‘ LATEST WAR NEWS. Defence of Paris —Artillery on AVay to Front —Glasgow Tramwaymou F.nlist—French Sailors in Paris—London Fusiliers Leave for Camp—Belgian Shells—Recruits from Cumberland—German Culture!— Etc. DAY ON BOY SCOUT FARM IN SUSSEX. No Picture Could Possess Greater Appeal. It is a Worthy Film, and should be Seen by All. Speoial for the Ladies, OUR MUTUAL GIRL Fashion Drama. THE TOY SHOP. A Pathetic THE TOY SHOP, Child Story. ACROSS THE BURNING TRESTLE. Edison’s Powerful' Photo Play. Two Cheerful Merry-makers. BILL TAKES A LADY' TO LUNCH. Never Again. Come, See Why. SETTING THE STYLE. Absolutely SETTING THE STYLE. Funny. A Glorious Holiday Programme. Accompanied by Orchestral Music. Stalls, 6a; Circle, Is; Reserves, Is 6d. Dresden, or 'Phone 3,091 after 6.30. GREAT SHOW WEEK ATTRACTION. Location: Comer of St. Andrew and Cumberland streets (the section lately occupied by the Dunedin Timber Company). OPENING TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23: POSITIVELY 4 NIGHTS ONLY. BARTON BROS.’ CIRCUS AND WILD AUSTRALIA. 40 ARTISTS. 80 HEAD OF PERFORMING HORSES, PONIES, MULES, AND DONKEYS. 2 BIG COMBINED SHOWS. Each Year Everything New 1 This Year Everything Bigger, Bettor, and Brighter than Ever! New Continental Artiste, headed by Mis* ETHEL ASHTON, j Tho Dental Queen and Most Sensational Aerial Gymnast that has yet appeared in New Zealand or Australia (direct from the | Royal Hippodrome, London). i Mr J. M. WEST, ! The Upside-down Phenomenon Equilibrist and Balancer (direct from U.S.A.) THE FAMOUS WALDORF TROUPE (Six in number), . In their Original and Modem White Statuary and Tableaux, with Limelight Effects. | THE TWO ST. LEONARDS. Lady and Gentleman Acrobats and Comedians, who will introduce tbsir famous troupe of highly-trained French Poodles (six in number). A rare treat, for the children. Mr FRED CARLSON. The Musician and Vocalist, introducing his collection of Original Rare Instruments. QUEENSLAND HARRY, The famous Australian Rough Rider. The Greatest Horseman since the days of Raxoy, who will ride all outlaws in a 101b hunting saddle, without kneopuds. leathers, or irons. £SO challenge to all other riders. . TWENTY OTHER STAR ARTISTS. Also, a largo colled ion of Buckjumpers and Outlaws from all parts of Australia. TWO COMPLETE SHOWS. Circus and Wild Australia for (he One Price: ADULTS 3s, 2s. and Is. CHILDREN ... HALF-PRICE, f. CABOT, Advance Rep. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. WHITE PIQUE SKIRTS, Latest Shapes, Buttoned at Sides, 10s 6d each. LADIES' COLORED SILK SPORTS COATS, With Pockets, and Belt at Back, 28s 6d. TT’ ILROY AND SUTHERLAND, 192-200 PRINCES STREET. PIANO REPAIRING at REDUCED RATES to enable us to keep bands going. F. HOWELL AND CO., Octagon .and Bath street. LOST AND FOUND. LOST (this morning). Blue Enamel Bangle. Please return 1o “C.M.,” ’Star' Oflieo. LOST, Embroidered White Silk Handkerchief, between Forbury Corner and Si. Clair; keepsake. 53 Queen’s Drive, Musselburgh. LOST, Prince* street, Brown Bag, containing Gold Bracelet. Please address to “AAV.,'* ‘Star’ Office. LOST, Handbag, containing money, on Saturday night. Kindly return to Fraser, grocer, Cavorsham. LOST, Envelope containing money; reward. G.S’.l., 243 George street. STRAYED from Town Hall. White Poodle. Please return J. Low, Town Hall. WILL Person who Took Bicycle No. 34,825 from Harbor Office Return to Office or Police Station. WILL Person who Took from Albany Street Hall Friday night Envelope marked E.A.M., containing baud ring, kindly Return 72 Pandas street: keepsake. FOUND, Sum of ’Money. Owner can have same by giving description to M. Dormer, Gardens Hotel. FOUND. —£1.500 for Disposal by United Ht arr-Bowkjc.'it. 2nd December; join, participate. Particular* Hugh Mitchell, Slock Exchange, TO LET. TO LET (December Ist), “THE MANSIONS,” the well-known High-class Boarding-house. For particulars applv JAMES ANNAND, 47 Stuart street. OFFICES and Sample Rooms, small and large; very central; very low rentals. Hooper, 52 Crawford street. 5 -ROOMED Brick House To Let; every convenience. Apply 534 Castle street, TO LET, Furnished Bed-Silting Room, conveniences; suit married couple, two mates; moderate. 29 St. Andrew street, TO LET, 5-roomcd House (U. and 0., gas, drained), Arthur etrefct, Moniington; 15s. TO LET. comfortable Bedroom; suit respectable girl out during day; 4* weekly. 22 Stuart, street; apply evenings. [T ROOMS. St. Kilda; fibrous ceilings, electJ trie, tile surrounds; corner section; hj. and o.; 17s. “ Bungalow,” 'Star.' O-ROOMED Brick Verandah Cottage; Oj sewered, tubs, boiler, asphalt yard, paths; rent, 8s 6d. Apply Lacey, saddler, King street, FIVE and Six-roomed Modern Houses, in Musselburgh: every convenience; reasonable rents; inquire. Garter, Exchange Court, TO LET, 3 and 4-roomecJ Houses; comfortable. Apply 48 Forth street. mO LET, Macapdrew' Bay,' 4-roomed FurJL pished Crib; easy rental careful tenant. Apply 228 Princes street. TO LET, Cottage, corner of Park street and Heriot row. Keys and particulars Lawrence, butcher, George street, __ TO LET, Six-roomed House, all conveniences, Upper Walker street. Apply 74 Manor place.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5, Evening Star, Issue 15657, 23 November 1914

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