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AMUSEMENTS. ANTWERP BATTLE. THE RING’S JHEATRE. FULLERS’ CONTINUOUS PICTURES. GOING ALL DAT FULL LIST SCREENED EACH SESSION. Wp Endeavor to Give Our Patrons THE RES'!’! THE BEST! THE BEST! OUR VERY LATEST WAR FILM: BATTLE BEFORE ANTWERP. BATTLE BBEORB ANTWERP. Will Arrive in time, for 6.30 Session. DO NOT MISS THIS. PATHE’S WAR GAZETTE. PATHE’S WAR GAZETTE. Pull of Latest War News. OUR DOUBLE ATTRACTION. MAGNIFICENT STAR PROGRAMME: THE TREASURE SHIP Drama. INNOCENT, BUT AWKWARD ... Comedy. LIFE'S LOTTERY Drama. RUINS OF ANCIENT ROME Scenic. The KEYSTONE Scream, GREAT TOE MYSTERY. GREAT TOE MYSTERY. NOTE.—The Special War Pictures will be Screened at 6.30 and 8.20 To-night. ADULTS. 6d. CHILDREN, 3d. JgARTON BROS.' CIRCUS. Note New Location: CORNER ST. ANDREW AND CUMBERLAND STREETS. (Opposite Hastings’s Hotel). RECORD HOUSES NIGHTLY. LAST NIGHT TO-NIGHT, NOV. 26. LAST NIGHT TO-NIGHT, NOT. 26. LAST NIGHT TO-NIGHT, NOV. 26, LAST NIGHT TO-NIGHT, NOV. 26. GRAND CHANGE OF PROGRAMME. SEVERAL LOCAL BUCKJUMPERS. PEOPLE’S PRICES; Is, 2s, 3s. COME EARLY TO-NIGHT! No Extra Charge for Early Doors. Absolutely Last Performance To-night. Owing to our having to leave in lime to catch the Gore and Invercargill Show Dates. DON’T FORGET THE NEW LOCATION.

HOSPITAL SATURDAY IS NEXT SATURDAY. GRAND GALA AND FLOWER DAY! EVERY MAN'S, EVERY WOMAN’S, EVERY CHILD’S OPPORTUNITY TO HELP EVEN A LITTLE. HELP PEED THE PLUCKY, STARVING BELGIANS. HELP OUR OWN SUFFERING CONSUMPTIVES AND THEIR DEPENDENT FAMILIES. HELP OUR OWN SICK, NEEDY, AND DISTRESSED. Hospital Saturday street collection. NEXT SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28. MAGNIFICENT COLLECTION OF FLOWERS FOR SALE. BRIGHT NATIONAL AND FANCY COSTUMES. VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC. HANDSOMELY DECORATED STANDS. Proceeds for Belgian Poor, Dunedin Hospital Consumptive Treatment, St. John Ambulance Association's Trained Nurse Working Among the Sick Poor, Patients and Prisoners’ Aid Society (F. C. Cumming, agent), Karitane Babies’ Hospital, Victoria Women’s Jubilee Convalescent Fund, etc. Donations of Flowers thankfully received at Early Settlors* Hall on FRIDAY. <; C. ISRAEL, President. Empire Buildings, Princes street, J. C. M’GEORGE, Hon. Secretary. Telephone 1,749. E. S. WILSON, Secretary.

TO LET. TO LET (December Ist), “THE MANSIONS.” the well-known High-class Boarding-house. For particulars apply JAMES ANNAND, 47 Stuart street. OFFICES and Sample Rooms, small and large; very central; very low rentals. Hooper, 52 Crawford street._ f'-ROOMED Brick House To Let; every O convenience. Apply 534 Gastle street. TO LET, Cottage, corner of Park street and Heriot row. Keys and particulars Lawrence, butcher. George street. O LET, Six-roomed House, all convenience?, Upper Walker street. Apply 74 Manor place. Front Rooms To Let (unfurnished); range; moderate rent.; central. Address '‘House,” ‘Star’ Office. TiO LET, 5-roomcd House, 55 Grosvrnoi street, Kensington; rent, 13s. Key next door. dIOOMED Brick House (dry); large, scullery, washhouse, gas, etc.; 10s 6d. Foil. Wain street, Kensington. TO LET, all conveniences, 6 Rooms: 5 minings P. 0.: newly renovated. Beck Bros., Upper Walker street-. fIAO LET, comfortable 3-rooined House and A. 2-roorncd House; copper, nibs. 53 Athol place. FIVE-ROOMED House (in Melbourne street); gas, drained, every modem convenience, garden; 10s. Carter, Exchange Court. TO LET. 5-roomed House. Apply 123 Maitland street. TTNION STREET.—Cottage, 4 rooms, with tubs, drained to sewer; large piece garden. “Comfortable." ‘Star’ Office. fT>O LET, 4-roomed Cottage, 415 CumberA lend street (near Hanover street); bath, tubs, etc. _ _ _ TOILET (4SC Castle street, near penny section), comfortable 4-roonud House; 12s weekly. Bryant, Octagon. TO LET (19 Serpentine avenue), comfortable 4-rnomed House; conveniences; rent 14s weekly. Bryant, agent, Octagon. LOST AND FOUND. LOST, between Momington and D.S.A., £1 Note. Reward on returning to Rutherford’s Store, Moniiugton. _ OSTTBigFawn Collie; reward. 123 Mail land street. FOUNIL— £l,sM~fnr~l)isposal by United Slarr-Bowlactt. 2nd December; join, participate. Particniars Hugh Mifchc.i, Stock Exchange. great supply of Fresh Fish; Groper and Kingflsh, 31 b for Is. At j Stewart'?. IjIOUND. —At Stewart’s, fishmongers and ]xmltercrs: Splendid lot heathers for Sale, 3d per lb, delivered. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. JACKSON’S Private Hotel, Dowling street. Dinner 12 till 2; Tea, sto 7; Sociala and Parties catered for: eomniittea room First-class Accommodation 4 isi tors. LADSTONE HOUSE, Moray place (‘phone 2.180).—8e-t Accommodation visitors; personal supervision. Moss and M’Phcrson. RANGE Private Hotel. 84 Hanover street, five minutes from Station, under entirely new management. —Rest accommodation' for country visitors and permanent boarders; tariff moderate. /GENTLEMAN Requires Board and ResisJC drnce, pnvat taiv.ily ; terms. Address “ Select,'* ‘ Star ’ Office. HOLIDAY RESORTS. NUGGETS, Molyncux.—Mrs Campbell’s, Seaside Accommodat ion: trap meets passengers at Romahapa on application. Telephone Tokata. _ BROAD BAY. —Comfortably-furnished Cottage, three rooms: Xmas, for month or longer. Tilbury, 87 Dundas street-. SHOWS. UOO SHOW. ENTRIES for Invercargill Dog Show close with the secretary. Jas. Crawford, Box 131, Invercargill, on FRIDAY, 27th November. RELIGIOUS. MESSAGES FOR THE TIMES. COME to the SPECIAL MISSION m Gospel Hall, South Dunedin and bear FORBES MACLEOD, the Scottish Evangelist, who ban vital messages for these stirring times. TO-NTGHT (THURSDAY), at, 7.45 o’clock. SUNDAY, at 6.30 p.m. ▲ warm welcome and hearty tinging.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7, Evening Star, Issue 15660, 26 November 1914

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