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Page 5 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 15658, 24 November 1914
AMUSEMENTS. rjpHE OCTAGON. HAYWARDS’, TO-NIGI IT.—aT B—TO-NIGHT. SPECIAL .—EXTRA ORDINARY. THE BEST SHOW WEEK ATTRACTION England's Famous Actor, CYRIL MAUDE, And a Brilliant London Cast, In W. W. Jacobs’s Great Comedy. ‘BEAUTY AND THE BARGE.’’ ‘BEAUTY AND THE BARGE.’ Made Famous Here by Brough and Boucicauli. Also, at 8 o'clock sharp. Extra Interesting War Picture, HISTORIC LOUVAIN. Also GAZETTE Many Striking Scenes arc Shown. BOY SCOUT FARM, SUSSEX. No Picture Could Possess Greater Appeal, It is a Worthy Filin. Special for the Ladies, OUR MUTUAL GIRL Fashion Drama. THE TOY SHOP. A Charming THE TOY SHOP. Story. ACROSS THE BURNING TRESTLE, Edison’s Powerful Photo Play. BILL TAKES A LADY TO LUNCH. SETTING THE STYLE. A Glorious Holiday Programme. Accompanied by Orchestral Music, Stalls, 6:1; Circle, Is: Reserves, Is 61. Dresden, or 'Phone 3,031 after 6.50. gURN R_ H A L L. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 26. 1814, At 8.15 p.m. ARTHUR ALEXANDER PI A NOFORTE RECITAL. PROGRAMME. (a) Prelude in A Paul Cordcr. (b) Prelude in G flat Pricstley-Srau-h. (c) Sonata in B flat miner (first movement) Chopin. Papillons, Op, 2 Schumann. Sonata in E flat, Op. 27, No. I...Beethoven. Three Preludes from Op. 17 Bluinbnfdd, fa) Prelude in C sharp minor...Rachmaninoff. (b) Elves Maithay. (c) Minstrels Debussy td) Study in E, No. 5 Chop'll. fe) Polonaise in A, No. 5 Chopin. Chaconne Baoh-Busoni, (By special request), fa) Bohemian Dance Smetana, (b) Romance in F sharp, Op. 23, No. 2 Schumann. (c) Lesghinka. Liapounow. i'By special request). Reserved Seats. 4s; Unreserved .Stats, 2s 6d and Is. Special concession to students— Parties of not lets than six can reserve spats at 2s 6d. Bos plan at Chris. Bcgg and Co.’s. LADIES ONLY. Y.M.C.A. BATHS, WEDNESDAY EVENING, /H RAND SWIMMING CARNIVAL, by V3T Minnehaha Ladies’ Swimming and Liferaving Club. Exhibition of Life-raving and Fancy Dress Parade. First Race, 7.15 p.m. Proceeds in aid of Patriotic Fund. ADMISSION, Is. SHOWS. OTAGO AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL SOCIETY. ■jypTROPOLITAX SHADIER SHOW. TAIIUNA PARK, DUNEDIN. WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, 25th and 26th November, 1914. SPLENDID DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK. FINE SHOW OF MANUFACTURES, IMPLEMENTS. AND MOTOR VEHICLES. WOOL CLASSING COMPETITIONS, Etc. STEEPLECHASE AND HUNTING EVENTS. A SPECIAL FEATURE. FOR WHICH LARGE PTTTEES ARE OFFERED. Pony Trots and Gallons for Boys and Girls. A VARIED ASSORTMENT OF SIDE SHOWS. Quid: Train Service io Shew Ground. ADMISSION : One' Shilling. Children, Half-price. 11. V. FULTON, Secretary. Telephone 1,031. P.O. Res S4, Dunedin. SPORTING. FORBURV PARK TROTTING CLUB. QFRINGM E E T I N G Will be Held on FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, 27th and 23th NOVEMBER, 1914. First. Rapp at 1 p.m. Sharp Each Day. OPENING OF THE SPLENDID NEW GRAND STAND. ADMISSION : Grounds, Is •(inc.hidiitg Public •Stand); Grand Stand. ss; Yard charge tor Horses— Inside 2s. Outside la each. It. L. JAMES, Secretary. FORBURY PARK TROTTING CLUB. SPRING MEETING, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27 and 28. SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS FIRST DAY i CHAMPION MATCH, TWO MILLS, Between IVIN SOON and COUNTRY BELLE. Both Horses t.n Break 4.30. TRIAL AGAINST ONE-MILE RECORD f2min C?scc) by EMMELINE. H. L. JAMES, Secretary. AUCTION.I. WEDNESDAY, 25ih NOVEMBER, At 11 o'clock. On the Premises, ?78 King Edward street, South Dunedin. COACHBUILI)ERIE ‘FARM ER«, AND CAIMMF.R.S. SC IT R K AN D GO. have received in't rue: ion., trem Messrs J. Hordern and Horn ‘who are giving up business) to ted by auction, a;- above. The whole of the Stock. Plant, and Machinery of this well-known burine-ss. comprising— DOUBLE AND SINGLE BUGGIES, 6 LONG-f-H AFTER ROADsTER GIGE 2 THIIEF.-QUARTHR LONG-kiii AFTER TRAY BODY GIG', 2 TO AY BODY VARNISHED GIGS. DOG CARTS, STATION WAO.uNJ, PHAETONS. SPRING ( AKTS, EXPRESS WAGGON'S. GIG)CEILS’ CARTS, Etc., Etc. Seasoned kauri panelling. carriage lamps, coach and carriage fating.-, nickel gig mountings, malleable castings, carriage trimmings, leathers. ducks, rtc., hickory spake,-, GT.ocs. bar iron, bolts, mils. cushions end equabs, axles, spring*, axle bo::c*. paints, and varnishes. 611.P. CiIOcALBY GAS ENGINE, SAGAR BAND SAW. SAGAH BUZZ PLANER. 6 FIRE LOUDON BLOWER, Pll LI ,EY S, ST I AFT! NI., and BELTING, L'.M.L. UPSETTING MACHINE. DRILLING »mi SCREWING ALA CHINK D.M.L. TYRE BENDER. EMERY WHEEL AND STAND, TANGING and BORING MACHINES. 2 BUB-BOXING MACHINES. SINGER’S TRIMMING MACHINE, TYREING PLATE, Blacksmiths' tools, anvils, vyces, step s , sii-p pads, Fail-bank scales and vcigi-tr iaii sg/ caves, spring-fart . Lady, grocer's rut body, ' tress k-s, whrtl horses, grindstone, cramps, wheel jacks, bolt, cutter, etc., etc. EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD. The name “HORDERN" ir. fb in? people of Otago the hall-mark of superiority, uni every vehicle submitted at this Sale is a guaranteed genuine example of the firm'* belt effort, to it is only within the last few days that the firm decided to quit. The Machinery is all of the latest model* and the best makes obtainable, having only been installed within the past two years. Note Hour and Dale of Sale; 11 o'clock WEDNESDAY, the 25th (The First Day of the Show). 1 ' .‘TTA'vr-!,, 11 isz 1 j: IN order to' have vbo ‘Star’ out in good time, it, is found impossible to classify Advertisements that, come in after noon. After this hour they cannot- be classified. We would therefore request Advertisers to kindly bear this in mind, and send in their Orders Early, * t
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