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AMUSEMENTS. TWEW QUEEN’S THEATRE, PERPETUAL PICTURE PALACE. Daily: 11.30 till 5.30: 6.30 till 10.30. SPECIAL SHOW-WEEK BILL. Headed by A Superb, Majestic Picture Drama, THE THE -THEANGEL OE CONTENTION THE TUB OP OP PhotoLove and Life in a. Mining Camp. Redolent of Bret Hnrte. In the Days of Old, In the Days of Gold. Pull of the Vigor of the Wild West. WAR SPECIAL! WAR SPECIAL I THE GERMAN OCCUPATION OP GERMAN OCCUPATION GERMAN OCCUPATION LOUVAIN. LOUVAIN. LOUVAIN. Showing Louvain after the Destruction. - - graphed on September 20. Scenes of St. Potor’s Church (1425), and View of the Rue de Brussels. The Ruined Central Hall, Grand Hotel de Ville. View towards the Rue do Mailens. Rue de la Station, Town Hall, St. Peters Church, and Panoramic View of the Rue Jnato Lipse, and Rue Mclsens. Cemetery of the Gorman Soldiers in front of Louvain Station. A few Belgian Cannons and Quick-firers. Departure of Train Loaded with Ammunition and Artillery for tho Outskirts of Brussels. Parade of the 7ih Main Battalion before their Officers, the Once Famous Goose Step. Commandant and 'Marino Officers Entry into Joyan* street. Tho Guard in Ruo do la .Station. Panoramic View of the Old Market, the University Hall, and Library, daline 1525. Another Groat KEYSTONE i LAUGHING GAS. LAUGHING GAS. Featuring Everybody’s Favorite, the Inimitable CHARLES CHAPLIN, At his( very best. A GREAT SUPPORTING SERIES. NOTE.—Tho Louvain Picture will be Shown at 7 o’clock and 9 o’clock To-night. ONE PRICE TO ALL PARTS: ADULTS, SIXPENCE: CHILDREN, 3d.
HOSPITAL SATURDAY IS NEXT SATURDAY. EVERY MAN’S, EVERY WOMAN’S, EVERY CHILD S OPPORTUNITY TO HELP EVEN A LITTLE. HELP FEED THE PLUCKY, STARVING BELGIANS. HELP OUR OWN SUFFERING CONSUMPTIVES AND THEIR DEPENDENT FAMILIES. ' HELP OUR OWN SICK, NEEDY, AND DISTRESSED, r O S P 1 T AL SATURDAY STREET COLLECTION. L NEXT SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28. MAGNIFICENT COLLECTION OP FLOWERS FOR SALE. BRIGHT NATIONAL AND FANCY COSTUMES. VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC. HANDSOMELY DECORATED STANDS. Belgian Poor, Dunedin Hospital Consumptive Treatment, St. John Ambulance Trained Ntirsc Working Among the Sick F< Proceeds for Karitane Babies’ ■oor, Patients and Hospital, Victoria Prisoners’ Aid Society (F. C. Camming, agent) Women’s Jubilee Convalescent Fund, etc. Donations of Flowers thankfully rcocired at Early Settlers’ Hall on FRIDAY. G. C. ISRAEL, President. J. €. M’GEORGB. Hon. Secretary, Empire Buildings, Piino.es street. K. S. WILSON, Secretary. Telephone 1,749.
SPORTING. WAIKODAITI RACING CLUB. \ N N XT A L M I' E T I X G, To be Held on THE DOMAIN COURSE lOlic Mile Round). FRIDAY, JANUARY Ist, 1915. Programme Approved by Metropolitan Club and the N. 55. Trotting Association. President, Allen .S. Orbell, Esq.’, vice-presi-dents—P. Byrne, Esq., P. Toomey, Esq., Jas. M'Gill, Esq., H. Templeton, Esq; stewards —Messrs E. Aitchiosou, H. S. Allcock, T. J, AUoock, Jas. Brown, M. Byrne, G. Carling, Jas. Jones, Jas. Maxwell, D. M'Gregor, J. Puddy, J. H. Rocbfort. and Jes. Summers: lion, judge, Mr R. Templeton; hon. clerk of scales, Mr M. Byrno; starter, Mr R. Harley; hon. timekeeper, Mr J. .Sligo: lion, treasurer, Mr Jas. M'Gill; Ivuidicappcrs —Messrs J. E. Henrys, H. Brinkman;' hmt. clerk of course, Mr. G. Carling; bon. secretary. Mr George E. ’ Charlton. PROGRAMME. 1. MAIDEN PLATE HANDICAP (5 Furlongs), of 55sovs; second horso lOsovs from the slake. For horses that have never won a race of 25rovs or over. Nomination. 15s. Acceptance. 20s. 2. WAIKOUAITI CUP (U Miles), of 110 sovs; first horse £9(l. second horse £ls third horse £5. Nomination, 255. Accept nice, 355. 3. NEW YEAR TROT ilj Miles), of 90sovs , first horso £7O, second horse £ls, third horso £5. Nomination, 20s. Acceptance, 30s Weight: Horses, 10 stone; Ponies (14.2 hands and under), 9 stone. 4. BRAY MEMORIAE (6 Furlongs), of 65 sovs; second horso lOsovs from the stake. Nomination, 20s. Acocptauec, 255. 5. WELTER HANDICAP t'7 Furlongs), of 65sovs; second horse, lOsovs from the. stake. Nomination, 20s. Acceptance, 255. 6. HAWKSBURV HANDICAP (6 Furlongs), of 80sovs; second horse, 12sovs from the stake. Nomination, 20s. Acceptance. 30s. 7. RAILWAY TROT (1 Mile*, of 75«<>vr: first horso £6O. second horse £lO, third horse £5. Nomination. 20s. Acceptance, 255. Weight: Horses, 10 stone; Ponies (14.2 hands, and under), 9 stone. 8. FAREWELL HANDICAP (Hack Conditions, 5 Furlongs), of 60sovs; second horse lOsovs from tho stake. Nomination, 20s. Acceptance, 20s. NOMINATIONS: FRIDAY, 4th December. HANDICAPS; MONDAY, 14th December. ACCEPTANCES CLOSE MONDAY, 21st December. (N.B.—See Rules Racing, Part XVI., Rule 4.) RULES —Handicaps in Flat Races to be based on a Minimum of 7st 71b. The winner of any Race after doolaration of weight may be rchandicappod. All Races to be run under Rules of Racing as laid down by the N.Z. Racing Conference and N.Z. Trotting Association. All Entries and Acceptances to bo addresses! to the Hon. Secretary, Waikouaiii, cr care of H. L. .Ta-mcp, lswj. p Dunedin; i entrance, money enclosed; and must state name, ago. color, pedigree; and in Trots 1 performances of horses not known to the • handicappcr; also name of owner and trainer, and colors to be worn by tho rider. GEO. E. CHARLTON, Hon. Secretary. Box 13, Waikouaiti. FORBURY PARK TROTHNG CLUB, 81*R IN G MKET IN G AVill be Held on FRIDAY AND -SATURDAY. 27th and 28th NOVEMBER, 1914. First, Race at 1 p.m. Sharp Each Day. OPENING OF THE SPLENDID NEW GRAND STAND. ADMISSION ; Grounds, Is (including Publio Stand); Grand Stand, ss: Yard charge for Horses— Inside 2s. Outside 3.? each. H. L. JAMES, Secretary. FORBURY PARK TROTTING CLUB. SPRING MEETING. FRIDAY and SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27 and 28. SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS FIRST DAY; *5 CHAMPION MATCH, TWO MILES, Between WIN SOON and COUNTRY BELLE. Both Horses to Break 4.30. TRIAL AGAINST ONE-MILE RECORD (2min 82sec) bv EMMELINE. * H. L. JAMES. Secretary. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. *• -Sint * Notice is hereby given that a SPECIAL MEETING of tho OTAGO LAND BOARD will be held «t this Office at 10 a.m. on WEDNESDAY, 25th November. Business: General. R. T. SADI), Commissioner of Grown Land.:. Ditt riot Land and Survey Office, Duuediq,
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