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AMUSEMENTS. ANOTHER WAR SERIES. lire RING’S JHEATRE, FULLERS’ CONTINUOUS PICTURES. 6.3O.—EVERY EVENING.—6.3O. Direct from the Front. GERMAN OCCUPATION OF LOUVAIN. An All-too-true Record of the AWFUL GERMAN VANDALISM. RATHE WAR GAZETTE. PATHE WAR GAZETTE. The Trail of (he Modern Huns. See this Great Budget of War News. Kalem’s Exciting Drama, THE TREASURE SHIP. Glover “ Vita ” Comedy, INNOCENT BUT AWKWARD. Lubin’s Real Life Photo Flay. LIFE’S LOTTERY. Pntho’s Delightful Scenic. RUINS OF ANCIENT ROME. The Great KEYSTONE Scream, GREAT TOE MYSTERY. GREAT TOE MYSTERY. NOTE.—The Special War Pictures will T>e Screened at 6.50 and 8.20 each evening. ADULTS. 6d. CHILDREN. 3d. DUNEDIN PATRIOTIC FUND. ‘fTMIE MESSIAH,’ by CHURCH CHOIRS* ± UNION. GARRISON HALL, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2nd, 8 p.m. Soloists: Soprano, Miss May Walton. Contralto, Miss Mabel E?quifant. Tenor. Mr W. IS. M’Kinlay. Bass, Mr S. J. Gilbert. Leader of Orchestra, Mr J. A. Wallace. Organist, Mr W. Paget Gale. Pianist. Miss Harland. Conductor, Mr W. R-. Don. ADMISSION Is and 2s. COURT PRIDE OF THE FOREST, JUVENILE FORESTERS. \ NNIVBRSARY SOCIAL will be bold in the Oddfellow*’ Hall, Rattray street, on WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 25th, 1914, At 8 p.m. A. D. .MILLER, Secretary. LEITH VALLEY HALL, FRIDAY, 27ih NOVEMBER, 1914. PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS BALL. Tickets, 4s. Music, Fox. Drag leaves Duke street at 8 o’clock or later. J. HARRIS, Hon. Secretary. ELECTION NOTICES. The iion. James allen Will Deliver a POLITICAL ADDRESS In the TOWN HALL, WAIKOUAITI, TO-NIGHT (Tucsdayl, 24th NOVEMBF.R, At 8 o’clock. CHALMERS ELECTION. UP w. D. MASON, the selected Liberal ItJ. Candidate, will be pleased to Meet and ADDRESS the ELECTORS as under; FAIRFIELD. —TO-NIGHT (Tuesday), 24th, at 8 o’clock. PORT CHALMERS (Ladies' Meeting)— WEDNESDAY, 25t.h, at the Foresters’ Hall, at 3 p.m. SAWYERS BAY.—WEDNESDAY, 25th, at 8 p.m ST. LEONARDS.—THURSDAY, 26th, at 8 p.m. LOWER HARBOR.—FRIDAY, 27th, 6.45 p.m. to 8 p.m. DEBORAH BAY.—FRIDAY, 27th, at 8.30 p.m. PURAKANUL—SATURDAY, 28th, at 8 30 p.m. CHALMERS ELECTION. F.ORGK S, THOMSON, F.P.A., N.Z., Will ADDRESS the ELECTORS As Under; TAINUI METHODIST CHURCH—-TO-NIGHT (Tuesday), at 8. WEDNESDAY.—OTOKIA, at 5 p.m.; EAST TAIERI, at, 8 p.m. THURSDAY.—HENLEY, at 3 p.m.; ALLANTON. at 8 p.m. CHALMERS ELECTORATE. JAMES M. DICKSON, the Government Candidate, will ADDRESS THE ELECTORS ns under: PORTOBELLO PUBLIC HALL—-TO-NIGHT (Tuesday), November 24-th, at 8 o’clock. PORT CHALMERS TOWN HALL—WEDNESDAY, November 25th, at 8 p.m. RAVENS BO UR NE CORONATION HALL—‘THURSDAY, November 26th, at 8 p.m. NOTICE OP POLLING DAY. IN PURSUANCE of the Legislature Act, 1908, and its Amendments, I, Henry Maxwell, Returning Officer for the Electoral District of DUNEDIN CENTRAL, do hereby ;ivo notico that, by virtue of a Writ bearing late the 21et day of November, 1914, under .he hand of the Clerk of the Writs, an ELECTION will bo held for the return of i, qualified person to serve as MEMBER or the said district;, and that, the latest tour for receiving Nominations of Candiiat.es will be noon on the 30th day of NOVEMBER, 1914, and that, the POLL, if accessary, will be taken at (ho several Rolling Places of the said d-'strict on the LOth day of DECEMBER, 1914. •Every man desirous of becoming a Camilla to must be Nominated by not less than Two Electors of the district, by a nnmiilaion paper, as prescribed by Section 105 of hs said Act, delivered to the Returning Dlficcr on or before noon on the 30tn day of NOVEMBER, 1014. Hours of Polling are from 0 a.m. to 7 r.m. Dated this 24ih day of November, 1914. H. MAXWELL, Returning Officer. NOTICE OF POLLING DAY. JTN PURSUANCE of the Legislature Act. L 1908, and its Amendments, I, Robert ilerccr, Returning Officer for the Electoral District of DUNEDIN SOUTH, do hereby five notice that, by virtue of a Writ bearing late the 21st day of November, 1914, under ho hand of the Clerk of Writs, an i ELECTION will be held for the return of i qualified person to serve as MEMBER or the said district, and that tho latest iour for receiving Nominations of Candilates will be noon on the 30th day of NOVEMBER. 1914; and the POLL', if i icoessary, will be taken at tho several Rolling Places of the said district on the .oth day of DECEMBER, 1914. Every man desirous of becoming a Candilate must be Nominated by not less than Two Electors of the district, by a nominaiou paper, as prescribed by Section 105 of he taid Act, delivered to the Returning Dfficer on or before noon on the 30. hj dav of NOVEMBER, 1914. Hours of Polling are from 9 a.m. to 7 >.m. Dated this 23rd day of November, 1914. R. MERCER. Returning Officer. NOTICE OF POLLING DAY. LN PURSUANCE of the Legislature Act, 1908, and its Amendments, I. Benjamin Sarpcr, Returning Officer for the Electoral District of DUNEDIN WEST, do hereby dve notico that, by virtue of a Writ bearing late the 21st day of November, 1914, under he hand of the Clerk of the Writs, an ELECTION will be held for the return o? (. qualified person to serve as MEMBER or the said district, and that, the latest j wur for receiving Nominations of Candi- i lates will ho noon on the 30th day of NOVEMBER, 1914, and that a POLL, if recessary, will bo taken at the several Roiling Places of tho said district on the .Ofch <Tay of DECEMBER, 1914. Every man desirous of becoming a Candilate must bo Nominated not less than Two Electors of the district, by a nominaion paper, as prescribed by Section 105 of he saitl Act, delivered to the Returnin'? Dfficer on or before noon on the 3Cth day of NOVEMBER, 1914. Hours of Polling ate from 9 a.m tc 7 >.m. Dated this 23td day of November, 1914. b: harper. Returning Officer.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 15658, 24 November 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 15658, 24 November 1914

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