AMUSEMENTB. JJIS MAJESTY’S THEATRE. f TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! The Puzzle o? the Universn. m r STmiOV3 HUG-ART). MYSTERIOUS HUGARD. Greeted on Saturday Night by a Delighted. Audience. A BRILLIANT SUCCESS! A VERITABLE TRIUMPHI Nothing ever before seen to compare with THE GREAT BIBLE ACT. Expressions of Astonishment and Surprise Aroused by CHINGSUNG LOO. Assisting Artists; Miss Errington, Musical Novelties; tha Two Franklins. Comedy Duo; Mr Ted Allen, Comedian; Qivalli and Sport, Jugglers; Miss M. CJare. Serio. Prices, 3s. 2s. Is. Box Plan Dresden, Day Sale* Jacobs’s. g IT R N R_ TI A L L. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 26. 1914, At 8.15 p.m. ARTHUR ALEXANDER PIANOFORTE RECITAL. PROGRAMME. . (a) Prelude in A Paul Corder. (b) Prelude ii. G flat Priestley-Bmith. (c) Sonata in B flat minor (first movement) Chopin. Papillons, Op. 2 Schumann. Sonata in E fiat. Op. 27, No. I...Beethoven. Throe Preludes from Op. 17 BlumSnfcld. iiii Prelude in C sharp minor...Rachmaninoff. (b) Elves Matthay. y) Minstrels Debussy <o) Study in E, No. 3 Chopin. i"! Polonaise in A, No. 3 Chopin. Chaconne Bach-Busoni. (By special request). /a) Bohemian 'Dance Smetana. (b) Romanoi; in F sharp, 0]). 28, No, 2 Schumann. (e) Leeghinka Liapounow. (By special request). Reserved Seats, 4b : Unreserved Seats, 2s 6:1 and Is. Special concession to students— Parties of not less than six can reserve seats nt 2s od, Box plan at Chas. Begg and Oo.'o,
SHOWS. OTAGO AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL SOCIETY. SUMMER SHOW. TAHUNA PARK, DUNEDIN. WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY. 25th and 26th November, 1914. SPLENDID DISPLAY OP LIVE STOCK. FINE SHOW OP MANUFACTURES, IMPLEMENTS. AND MOTOR VEHICLES. WOOL CLASSING COMPETITIONS, Etc. STEEPLECHASE AND HUNTING EVENTS. A SPECIAL FEATURE. FOR WHICH LARGE PITT/TES ARB OFFER.ro. I’onv Trots ami Gallops for Boys and OirS. A VARIED ASSORTMENT OP SIDE SHOWS. Quid; Tin;u Service to Show Ground. ADMISSION : Onr .'■hilling. Telephone 1.051. P.O. J!ox 84, Children, Half-price. H. V. PULTON, . Secretary. Dunedin. RELIGIOUS. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OP NEW ZEALAND. G K N ,E HAL ASS F. M B L Y MEETS in FIRST CHURCH TO-NIGHT, at 7. ' SABBATH SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS. HOLIDAY RESORTS. Mplyncux.—Mirs Campbell's, in Seaside Accommodation: trap meets passengers at Bomahapa on application. Telephone Tokata. XXTANTBD; Furnished House. _ at St. I* Clair, for one month, at Christmas time. Send full particulars to .1. J- Wesney, Invercargill. MEETINGS. OTAGO HIGHLAND CLUB. THE MONTHLY MEETING of the Otago Highland Club will lie hold in the Victoria Hail on WEDNESDAY , November 25th, at, 8 p.m. Admittance by Membership Ticket. Nonmcnibers, 2s. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. rACKSON’S Private Hotel, Dowling street. Dinner 12 till 2 ; Tea. 5 to 7; Social* and Parties catered for: committee room. First-class Accommodation Visitors. LADSTONE HOUSE, Moray place (‘phone 2.180). —Best. Accommodation visitors; personal supervision. Moss and MTlicrsmi. VACANCIES in private home for Two young Men; good home, ventral. 133 Castle street. AUCTIONS. WEDNESDAY, 25th NOVEMBER. At 1.50 sharp. AT ROOMS. DOWLING STREET. Monster Sale by Auction. SUPERIOR ENGLISH BICYCLES (Latest Models'. 3i H.P. HUMBER MOTOR, CYCLE. JAMES SAMSON AND <u. havs been instructed to sell by auction at their Rooms, Dowling street, a catalogue of Bicycles, including—--9 GENTS’ BICYCLES. English make. 2 rim brakes, free wheel, and mudguards complete, double spring seats. 3 LADLES’ BICYCLES, English make, tree wheel, 2 rim brakes, skirt guard and mudguards complete, double spring seats. 1 “JUBILEF," LADY'S BICYCLE, secondhand. 1 “ RAMBLER ” LADY’S BICYCLE, secondhand. 1 “ LADY HUBBARD ” LADY'S BICYCLE, second-hand, i “HUMPER” MOTOR CYCLE, 3* h.p., in perfect order. All the above are in perfect running order, and a splendid opportunity is otiered to secure a good machine for the incoming cycling season. NO RESERVE, On View Morning of Sale.
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