AMUSEMENTS. A Great Educational Twat, FOR KING AND COUNTRY Showing many Scenes of Mobilisation an£ tba Troops of Great Britain Leaving for the Front. PERPETUAL PICTURE PALACE. To-day: 10 o'clock e-m. till 10.30 p.m. A TERRTFTO HIT OUR SPECIAL PROGRAMME. Wo recognise you want relaxation these anrious times, when moat of us ore excited and nervous. Wo •want pictures to cheer us up, real rollicking comedies, clean and eleven WHEN" THE MEN LEFT TOWN. WHEN* THE MEN LEFT TOWN. WHEN THE MEN LETT TOWN. WHEN THE MEN LEFT TCWN. This ivildly hilarious Edioon Comedy is & Picture that wonki be difficult to beet, and we guaranteo it will nraka you wrigglo i" your seat with tears of laughter. WAR. WAS. WAS. WAR. ANTWERP UNDER SHOT ANT) RHELL. ANTWERP UNDER SHOT AND SHELL. ANTWERP UNDER SHOT AND SHELL. An authentio War Speccal, direct from the Front. The German Shells can bo plainly seen Bursting in mid-air. HE WAS BAD Lubin Oomedil THE LITTLE SHERD7F, A Splendid Vitagraph Drama. Hunger of the Heart A.ik. Drama* The vory latest Australian Gazette. «to. will be shown during: tho Evening Sessions a 7 and 8.30 o'clock. SPORTINC. FORBURY PARK TROTTING CLUB. JT HAS BEEN DECIDED to POSTPONE the FORBURY PARK TROTS until WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY of NEXT H. L. JAMES, CARISBROOK CRICKET CLUB. LADIES* DAY. CARISBROOK A v. B, CARISBROOK C v. D, At 2 p.m. A X INVITATION is extended io Honor--t\. ary Members, Members, and lady Friends. Aftcxnocn Tea Provided. CORPORATION NOTICES. CITY OF DUNEDIN. HOSPITAL SATURDAY. ■ HEREBY REQUEST that Citizens w'll X be good enough to DISPLAY BUXT--ING and FLY FLAGS from their Premise? TO-MORROW, the 28th instant, ban-,' HOSPITAL SATURDAY. G. A. LEWIN, Town Clerk. Dune-din, 27fh November, 1914. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. BALCLUTHA 'TRAFFIC BRIDGE. nrpHE ABOVE-MENTIONED BBTDGB. X will BE CLOSED FOR TRAFVIC far' a Week from NOVEMBER 23rd. 1834.' Foot. -pnsKcnjrors doFtrinsr to cress will cross AT THEIR OWN RISK. J. McENNIS, Dislrict Engineer. Public Works Office, Dunedin, 23rd November, 1914. Bv Direction of the Public Service Com- '< 4 PPLICATIONS are inviied for ASSIS -**- ANT LAUNDRESS: wages c=n.menrinj £OS per annum. Also. KITCHEN-' MAID: wages commencing £55 p<-r nnnuia; Applications, with references, to he lor warded to the MATROX, Special School, Otekt AUCTIONS. SATURDAY. 28ih NOVEMBER, 1914, 10 o'clock. Otago Fanners' Uor.te Bazaar. THE OTAGO FARMERS' CO-OPERA-TIVE ASSOCIATION OF NEW 7/?ALAND, LIMITED, will hold their Wetk j Hnrse S:.le, as above, and will offer— On AcouiiT Mr R. Hawbin (Arthurtow.i,: [) draught mares and geldings, 4 lo 0-yoar-old. On Account Other Clients: 10 draught mares and pcldings 8 spring-carters and light horsei?. Mr Hawkins norses were advertised lo L? o.Tcml v.i ran- Show Sole to-day, but did l.ctirrixe in time. L, MACLEAN. Auctioneer. BUILDING MATERIALS. NEXT SATURDAY. 28th NOVEMBER, At 12.30 o'clock. At. King Edward street, South Dunedin C.Vfitr Oxford street). UNRESEItVED AUCTION SALE. GOOD BUILDING MATERIALS, In Lots to Suit Purchasers. 100 SHEETS ROOFING IRON, JiLIJ PINE, KU;iH, AND OREGON TIMBER, KAURI PANEL CEILINGS, WINDOW SASHES, PANEL DOORS, REGISTKR GRATES. \ FLAG POLE AND STAND (12ft 6in), GALVANISED FIREPLACE AND CHIMNEY. g-OHX GEERIN AND CO.,' 9 auctioneers, will Mil by auction, No Reserve. No Reserve. TUESDAY, Ift DECEMBER, At 2 o'clock. Or. Account of Those Concerned. 24 BALES WOOLPACKS. AH Faults, if any. instructed to aell by auction, at his ; on Tuesday next, at 2 o'clock, 24 BALES WOOLPACKS. vol to Rooms for Unreserve;?. Sale. MONDAY, iOth NOVEMBER, Sa!o by Auction, At 2 o'clock. IN ROOMS, DOWLING STREET. TWO GOLDEN OAK CABINET SEWING MACHINES, OAK BEDROOM SUITE, VEL- \ MT PILE CARPET SQUARES, HEAVY SIDEBOARD (LATEST DESIGN), VERY QUAINT CARVED POT STANDS, SHELL WARE, Etc., Eta JAMES SAMSON AND CO. «J have hoen favored with instructions to K-li by auction, at their Rooms, Dowling (■treet, a large catalogue of Household Furniture, etc.. including— EXTENDING DINING TABLE, oocaf.;r,)iiil liblc-3 and chairs, velvet pile table covers, fenders and brasses, kerbs and irons, curtains and fittings, UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO, ornaments. Jubilee chairs, tcagra-ss carpet runners, slip mata, passage linoleum, duchesso pairs, washstands, cbevftk, TIL&BACK WASHSTANDS, umraodM* SHELL WARE, easy chairs, bedding, blanket*, DROP-STD2 COTS, cot mattresses, ynac&-robc-s (mirror door), half-Sootoh chests, jEßit i--fc?, TWO GOLDEN OAK ■ SEWIXGMAC!HIN2^<»okiB4«Ii
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