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AMUSEMENTS. LAU PICTURES. Hours; 1 o’clock to 5.30; 6.30 to 10 p.m. EXCLUSIVE! EXCLUSIVE! The Famous Victor Release, THE BOLTED DOOR. THE BOLTED DOOR. THE BOLTED DOOR. Three-reel Drama, Featuring J WARREN KERREGAN. This Picture was greeted with rounds of app'ause at nil Sessions yesterday. Support in g Series Include : WARWICK CHRONICLE, with Latest WAR NEWS. WAR NEWS. WAR NEWS. WAR NEWS. WAR NEWS. Direct from Paris. EASY MONEY Crystal Comedy THE COUNTRY WIFE .'. Drama Sport and .Pastime in India, No. 3.. .Topical CHIEF'S LOVE' AFFAIR A.B. Comic Etc.. Etc. Prices: ADULTS, 6d; CHILDREN. 3d. BEAUTY COMPETITION THE SECOND SERIES OP SIX COMPETITORS "Will be Screened at BOTH EVENING SESSIONS. BOTH EVENING SESSIONS. jg AK T O N’.S OIRC US. BARTON’S CIRCUS. BARTON’S CIRCUS. BARTON’S CIRCUS. BARTON’S CIRCUS. TO-NIGHT!—WILD AUSTRALIA. TO-NIGHT!—WILD AUSTRALIA. TO-NIGHT!—WILD AUSTRALIA. TO-NIGHT!—WILD AUSTRALIA. TO-NIGHT! —WILD AUSTRALIA. Note New Location; CORNER ST. ANDREW AND CUMBERLAND STREETS’. Last Night Our Gigantic Programme was one Continuous Success. Every Act received with the Greatest Satisfaction. Ask your friends, uml come early To-night. ENOUGH SAID! PEOPLE’S PRICES: Is, 2s, and 3s. Children Half-price to All Parts. DON’T FORGET THE NEW LOCATION: Corner St. Andrew and Cumberland streets (Opposite Hastings’s Hotel). THE CIRCUS SPECIAL MATI NE B On THURSDAY AFTERNOON, To commence at 2.30, FAMILY PRICES. RELIGIOUS. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF NEW ZEALAND. p EXERAI, A S S E M B L Y In FIRST CHURCH TO-NIGHT. 7 p.m.: Maori Missions; Marsden Centenary; P.S.S.A. Reports. LOST AND FOUND. 10 ST, Friday, in George street, Bag conJ tabling gold bangle; reward. Address “E.H-,” ‘Star’ Office. lOST, BCaek Fm - , between Melbourne J street and HighclilY; reward. Kane, coal merchant, 55 Melbourne street. lOBT, from 44 Richardson street, Su J KilKda, Saturday, small Yellow Pug. 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C” OMPANY BAY.—To Let, for term, Furnished Crib, near uTurf; low rent. 99 Albany street. ELECTION NOTICES. NOTICE OP POLLING DAY. IN PURSUANCE of Hie Legislature Act. 1908. and its Amendments, 1, Stuart Ross M’Donald, Returning Officer for ■ the Electoral District of CHALMERS, do hc-cby give notice that, by virtue of a Writ boating date the 21st day of November, ' 1914, under the hand of the Clerk of the Writs, an ELECTION will be held for the return of a qualified person to servo as MEMBER for the said district, mid that ’ the latest hour for receiving NOMINATIONS : of CANDIDATES will be noon on the 30th day of NOVEMBER. 1914, and that the POLL, if necessary, will he taken at the several Foiling Places of tho said district on the 10th day of DECEMBER; 1914. Every man desirous of becoming a Candidate must be nominated by not less than Two Electors of the district, by a nomina- j tion paper, as prescribed by section 105 of tho said Act, delivered to the Returning Officer on or before noon on the 30th dav of NOVEMBER, 1914. Hours of polling are from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Dated this 23rd day of November, 1914. ■S. R. M’DONALD, Returning Officer. NOTICE OP POLLING DAY, IN PURSUANCE/ of tho Legislature Act, 1908, and its Amendments, I, James Alexander Norrie, Returning Officer for the Electoral District of OTAGO CENTRAL, : do hereby give notice that, by virtue of a 1 Writ bearing date the 21st. day of Novem- ' her, 1914, under the hand of the Clerk of J the Writs, an ELECTION will be held for , the return of a qualified person to serve as MEMBER for the said district, and that the ‘ latest hour for receiving NOMINATIONS of . Candidates will be noon on the 30th day of ■ NOVEMBER, 1914, mid that tho POLL, if \ necessary, will bo taken at tho several Polling Places of the said district on tho ‘ 10th day of DECEMBER, 1814. Every man desirous of becoming a Candidate must be nominated by not less than Two Electors of tho district by a nomination paper, as prescribed by Section 105 of < the said Act, delivered to the Returning Officer on or before noon on tho 30th day I of NOVEMBER, 1914. i Hours of Polling are from 9 a.m. to 6 ) p.m. Dated this 21st day of November, 1914. j. A. NORRIE, ] Returning Officer. NOTICE OF POLLING DA A". IN PURSUANCE of the Legislature Act, ■ 1908, and its Amendments, I, David Larnach, Returning Officer for tho Electoral District of DUNEDIN NORTH, do hereby , give notice that, by virtue of a Writ bearing j date the 21st day of November, 1914, under j : tho hand of the Clerk of the Writs, an : ELECTION will bo held for the return of • a qualified person to servo as MEMBER 1 for tho said district., and that the latest | hour for receiving Nominations of Candidates will he noon on the 30th day of • NOVEMBER, 1914, and that the POLL, if • necessary, will be taken at the several Polling Places of tho said district on the 1 10th day of DECEMBER, 1914. 1 Every man desirous of becoming a. Candidate must bo nominated by not less than ; Two Electors of tho district, by a nomination : paper, as prescribed by Section 105 of tho said Act. delivered to the Returning Officer on or before noon on the 30th day of i NOVEMBER, 1914. ’ Hours of polling ore from 9 a.m. to 7 1 p.m. I Bated this 24th day of November, 1914. ( DAVID LARNACH, Returning Officer. Ct ET Quotations from ‘ Evening Star’ fC Office for largo or small quantities of before placing your Orders,
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