AMUSEMENTS. rpHE OCTAGON. HAYWARDS'. TO-NIGHT.-It fl—TO-NIGHT' SPECIAL.—EXTRAORDINARY. 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 Mere by Brough and Boucicault. Also, at 3 o'clock sharp. Extra Interesting War Picture. HISTORIC LOUVAIN. Also GAZETTE Many Striking Scenes are Shown. BOV SCOUT FARIT, SUSSEX. No Picture Cod'd Possess Greater Appeal. It is a Worthy Film. Special for the Ladies, OUR MUTUAL GIRL Fashion Drama THE TOY SHOP. A Charming THE TOY SHOP. Store. ACROSS THE BURNING ‘ TRESTLE. Edison’s Powerful Photo Play. BILL TAKER A LADY TO LUNOIC. SETTING THE STYLE. A Glorious Holiday Programme. Accompanied by Orchestral Music. Stolls, 6dV Circle, Is; Reserves, Is 51 Dresden' or ’Phone. 3,091 after G. 30. THE OCTAGON. 'ATINEE TO-MORROW (THURSDAY) 2.50 p.rn. Children, 3d and 6d; Adults, 6d. Programme same as b'iow. FOR THE’ BELGIANS. OCTAGON HALL SUNDAY EVENING. At 8 o'clock; SACRED CONCERT bv Air W- PAGES GALE and KNOX CHURCH CHOIR. Col lection. Of Special Interest To Bandsmen 1 THE MAGNIFICENT SET OF BESSON SILVEK-PLATED INSTRUMENTS Now on Exhibition iti our window has boon bought this week by tbo well-known IN ANGAHUA BRASS BAND. An order has also been received for a Silver-plated Full Set, exactly the Same, from the BLACKBALL BRASS BAND. These Bands have recognised that the wisest course is to equip themselves fully with the Same Instruments as the Great Contest-winning Bands of Groat Britain play. Besson's “ Lead the world!” Special invitation to Visiting Bandsmen ta call and got full information. CHAS. BEGG AND GO., LTD., Agents for Besson and Co.. Ltd., Princes streei.
SHOWS. OTAGO AGJIICULTDR.iI/ AND PASTORAL SOCIETY. SUM M Kit SHOW. TAHUNA PARK, DUNK DIN. TO-MORROW (THURSDAY'!, 26tli NOVEMBER. 3934, SPLENDID DISPLAY OF LIVE. STOCK FINE SHOW OF MANUFACTURES, IMPLEMENTS. AND MOTOR. VEHICLES. WOOL CLASSING COMPETITIONS, E!c. STEEPLECHASE AND HUNTING EVENTS. A SPECIAL FEATURE. FOR WHICH LARGE PIN EEs ARK OFFER LT). Pojiv Trot* nn.i Gallopii for Rnv« and Girls. A VARIED ASSORTMENT OF SIDE SHOWS. Quick Tram Service Ui Show Ground. ADMISSION : One ShiMlng. CblMjvn. Haif-priri'. H. V, FULTON, Secretary. Telephone IMP Hex 8-1, Dunedin. EDUCATIONAL. TRINITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC. WR HENRY SAINT GEORGE. Examiner for Trimly Co! if pc of Me-i,-, hj; - kindly emiscmcd to giv? at; ADDRESS and LECT URL RECITAL 1■ ■ Taelim's and dents in Dresden Concert Hail. FRIDAY. Novc.lld-.fi. 27. al 8 | i.iii. imiuiiioii pro"rainmcs mar In obtained from DrcsdAn Piano Co. BEATI!ICE HARTH, J.'c-al Scerf lary. SPORTING. FOUBCHY PARK TROTTING CI.CH. P K I X G ,M E ,12 TING ~ Will 1.0 Hold (,u FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, 27th ami 2Sl.h NOVEM'HER, 3911. 3-Tn-t Race at. 1 p.m. Sharp Each Day. OPENING OF THE SJ’LENDID NEW GRAND STAND. ADMISSION : GronniK 3a (ine.hiding Pnbiio Standi: Grand Stand. ss; Va>i] charge fur Horses-* Inside 2a. Outside 3s cadi. H. L. JAMES. Secretary. FOR BURY PARK TROTTING CLUB. SPRING MEETING, FRIDAY mid .SATURDAY, NOVEMBER. 27 and 23. Ct FECIAL ATTRACTIONS FIRST DAYt O CHAMPION MATCH, TWO MILES, Between WIN SOON and COUNTRY BELLE. Both Horses to Break 4/50. TRIAL AGAINST ONE-MILE RECORD (2miu B?sec) In- EMMELINE. ' 11. L. JAMES, Secretary. RELIGIOUS. PRESBYTERIAN’ CHURCH OP NEW ZEALAND. Under the Auspices of the General Assembly A GRAND TEMPERANCE DEMONCl- STRATTON ■ i ' Will be held in FIRST CHURCH TO-NIGHT i WEDNESDAY), At 7.J0 o'clock. Tic Moderator (Rev. A. Grant) in the chaff. Speakers -. lev. JOHN PATTERSON (Christchurch n lev. A LEX. DOULL (Palmerston North), lev. ALEX. MILLER (Auckland). A Special Programme of Music will be enderod under the direction o£ Mr JettiiTmson. Collection for the Campaign Fund. HOLIDAY RESORTS. VjTUGGET.S, Mjolyncur.—.Mrs Campbell’*, O. Seaside Accommodation; trap meett sigjiengers tit Romahapa oa s#j|lue.’L...To it a
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