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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 15663, 30 November 1914
AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. ANTWERP UNDER SHOT AND SHELL. THE RING’S T HEATRE. FULLERS’ CONTINUOUS PICTURES. 6.50. EVERY EVENING. 6.30. FIRST TIME IN DUNEDIN. FIRST TIME IN DUNEDIN. An Entirely New War Film Full of Exciting Incidents. ANTWERP UNDER SHOT AND SHELL. ANTWERP UNDER SHOT AND SHELL. Arrival of British Tara and Marines.—Armored Cars.—Marines in the Firing Lino.— Snipers at Work.—The, British Put Up a Splendid Defence Outside Antwerp. PATHE WAR GAZETTE. PATHS WAR GAZETTE. A Magnificent List of War Nows. AND, IN ADDITION, Tho Great " Domino " Drama, EIEES OF AMBITION A Powerful Photo-Play of Intense Interest. Splendidly Produced. Magnificently Acted. 'THEY BOUGHT A BOAT’ Comic. ACCUSED Kalem Drama. Awakening of Barbara Dare Vita. LIFE BENEATH THE SEA. And the Very Latent Keystone, RECREATION. RECREATION. Charles Chaplin “Butting In” Everywhere. Absolutely One of the Funniest of CHARLES CHAPLIN COMEDIES. NOTE.—The Special War Pictures will be screened at 6.30 and 8.20. .ADULTS, 6d. CHILDREN, 3d. DLAZA PICTURES. 1 o’clock to 5.30; 6.30 to 10 p.m. COMPLETE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME. * Headed by the Great Feature Film, THE MARINE MYSTERY, THE MARINE MYSTERY, THE MARINE MYSTERY, THE MARINE MYSTERY, THE MARINE MYSTERY, Featuring KING BAGGOTT and LEAH BAIRD. A Powerful Two-rod Drama. And THE SCOUTS MOTTO. THE SCOUTS MOTTO. THE SCOUTS MOTTO. Thrilling Story of a Young Scout's Noble Act, BE PREPARED. Supporting Series Include Tho Talc of the Shirt ... Screaming Comedy. Girl Behind the Barriers Drama. WAR NEWS! WAR NEWS! WAR NEWS! WAR NEWS! In tho Eclair Journal. WAR NEWS! Direct from WAR NEWS, the Front. REGENERATION Selig Drama. JU JITSU Comic. PEARL WHITE- in tho DANCING CRAZE. Coma and See the Turkey Trot and Tango. One of the very best Comics ever screened. BEAUTY COMPETITION AT BOTH EVENING SESSIONS AT BOTH EVENING SESSIONS The. THIRD SERIES of Six Competitors Will bo Screened. BILL’S BIRTHDAY IN THE SUNDOWNERS’ CAMP. I s MAJESTY’S THEATRE. (Kindly Lent by Messrs Fuller and Sons.) TO-MORROW (TUESDAY), at 8, A UNIQUE ENTERTAINMENT BY THE DUNEDIN ORPHANS’ CLUB. In Aid of the Fund for Distressed British and Belgian Orphan Children. Admission: 3s, 2s, Is. Box Plan at the Dresden. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. JACKSON’S Private Hotel, Dowling street, Diane* 12 till 2: Tea, 5 to 7i Social* md Parties catered for: committee room, first-class Accommodation Visitors. M LADSTONE HOUSE, Moray place Lx (’phono 2,lßo).—Best Accommodation isitors; personal supervision. Moss and j'Pherson. ANTED, a few Gentlemen Boarders; W comfortable ’ card. home; with 648 Cumberland street. without SUPERIOR Accommodation; also FurO nished Coitttgo To Let; close to beach nd railway station Apply to Mrs E. . Cleghorn, Sea View. Hampden. nTTANTED. by young man, Private Board VV and near car sheds Addrses Fare,” 'Star' Office. ELECTION NOTICES. fR E. P. LEE WILL ADDRESS THE ELECTORS at tho HALL, PALMERSTON, TO-NIGHT (MONDAY), 3Clh November. SCHO OLHOUSB, MERTON.—TUESDAY, Ist December. SOHOOLHOUSB, FLAG SWAMP.— WEDNESDAY, 2nd December. All Meetings at 8 o'clock. OTAGO CENTRAL ELECTION. ufR R. SCOTT will ADDRESS the ELEC’J "TORS as under TO-NIGHT (MONDAY), 30th—WOODSIDE, at 8 o'clock. TUESDAY - , Ist DECEMBER.—BERWICK, at 8 p.m. WEDNESDAY, 2nd.—HENLEY, at 1 p.m.; MOMONA, at 8 p.m. DUNEDIN SOUTH ELECTORATE. R T. K. SID E Y M R WILL BE PLEASED TO MEET THE ELECTORS In ibo CORONATION HALL, ST. KILDA. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, at 8 o’clock. W. T. M'Farlane, Esq. (Mayor of St. Kilda), will preside. DUNEDIN CENTRAL ELECTORATE. MR J. W. MUNRO, the Selected LABOR CANDIDATE, will ADDRESS THE ELECTORS as follows; In the PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH HALL, Marion street, Cavereham.— TO-MORROW (TUESDAY). December 1, at 8 p.m. ODDFELLOWS’ HALL, Rattray street. —WEDNESDAY, December 2, at 8 p.m. DUNEDIN NORTH ELECTORATE. Y, LA BO R R AL L BARRON HALL (near Gardens), NORTH-EAST VALLEY, at 8 p.m. TO-MORROW (TUESDAY), December Speakers: Hon. J. T. PAUL, M.L.C., and tho Selected Labor Candidate, Mr ANDREW WALKER. 1. DUNEDIN WEST ELECTORATE. MR ,T. T. JOHNSON (LIBERAL CANDIDATE) WILL ADDRESS THE ELECTORS:— ST. ALBANS.—TO-NIGHT (MONDAY), 30th, at 8 o'clock. WAKARI SCHOOL.—TUESDAY. Ist December, at 8 p.m. BURNS HALL.—FRIDAY', 4th December, at 8 p.m. ELECTORS OF DUNEDIN WEST. w. E. J. MAGUIRE will address you— WEDNESDAY NIGHT', Wakari Drill Hall. Speaks TUESDAY NIGHT, Garrison Hall, Dunedin (United Temperance Reform Council’s Meeting). Meeting for Ladies only, 2.50 p.m. sharp, Hall No. 13, A.M.P. Buildings. A. WATT, S. ANDERSON, P. JENKS. Joint Secretaries. DUNEDIN WEST ELECTION. R W- DOWNIE STEWART will ADDRESS tbo ELECTORS as under: ALBANY STREET SCHOOL GYMNASIUM, TO-NIGHT (MONDAY), 30th NOVEMBER- (Chairman, Cr J, J. Clark. ARTHUR STREET GOHOOL HALL, TUESDAY, Ist DECEMBER. Each Evening at 8 o’clock. CHALMERS ELECTION. George s. Thomson, f.p.a.. n.z., YVill ADDRESS tho ELECTORS As Under;— HOOPER’S INLET SCHOOL. TOMORROW (TUESDAY), at 3 p.m. PORTOBELLO HALL.—TO-MORROW, (TUESDAY), at 8 p.m. SANDYMOUNT SCHOOL.—WEDNESDAY, at 3 p.m. HIGHCLIFF SCHOOL.—WEDNESDAY, at 8 p.m. N.E. HARBOR. SCHOOL.—THURSDAY, at 2 p.m. PUKEHIKI HALL.—THURSDAY, at 5.30 pjn, •" EDUCATIONALOTAGO EDUCATION BOARD. APPLICATIONS, accompanied by Certificates and Testimonials, will be received up till SATURDAY', sth December, for the following VACANCIES: Concord. —Head Master; salary, £2OO- - Concord. —Mistress; calory, £l2O-£l4O. BJuespur.—Sole Teacher (wale); salary, £2OO-£250. Kaikorai.—Mistress; salary, £230-£250. Ouiram.—Second Assistant (female); Salary, £llO-£l2O. Tho average attendance at the Concord School is at present 75. Forms of application may bo obtained at this Office. R. M. PARK, Secretary. Education Office, Dunedin, 25tb November, 1914. MEETINGS, OTAGO INSTITUTE. fIYHE ANNUAL MEETING will be held at - the Museum on TUESDAY, December Ist, at 8 p.m. A full attendance of members is requested. E. J. PARR, Hon. See. OTAGO ‘MOTOR CLUB. THE MONTHLY' MEETING of Members will be held in the Otago Agricultural and Pastoral Society’s Rooms at 8 p.m. TUESDAY, let December. Business: Conditions of j-day Trial and Slow Hill Climb; General. W. L. COLVIN, Secretary. THE GAELIC SOCIETY OF NEW ZEALAND. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Society will he held in tho Art Gallery Hall TO-MORROW (Tuesday), December 1, at 8 o’clock. Visiting Highlanders are cordially invited to attend. Committee Meets at 7.30. JOHN M’LACHLAN, Secretary. TO LET, TO LET (December Ist), “THE MANSIONS,” the well-known High-class Boarding-house. For particulars apply JAMES ANNAND, 47 Stuart sired. OFFICES and Sample Rooms, small and large; very central; very low rentals. Hooper, 52 Crawford street. 5 -ROOMED Brick House To Let; every convenience. Apply 534 Castle street. A -ROOMED Brick House (dry); largo scullory, washhouse, gas. etc.; 10s 6d. Foil. Wain street, Kensington. ROOMED House; tubs; sewered; near 4 Dunedin Railway Station; Bs. 35 Athol place. Apply p*-ROOM ED House, 38 Bathgate street, Duntv odm South; bays, vc.netia ians, copper, tubs, bath, sanitary, inquire within. mO LET. 5 Rooms; b. and c., gas; -fi. drained: penny section. No. 11 Arthur street Mornington. TO LET, 10 roomed House, Manor place; electric light, and every convenience; £7s 6d. Telephone 1,440. BOOMED House To Let, George street.. Apply Mr Fogg. demist, George street. TO LET, Four-roomed House, all conveniences, Ellis street, off Cumberland street, north end; rent 11«. Apply 60 Frederick street-. (Ql IX-ROOMED Brick Bungalow, SL Clair all up-to-date improvements; 255. Address “Term,” 'Star' Office. LOST AND FOUND. lOST, on Friday night, su Expanding J Bangle; keepsake. Reward returning Mayall’s Sure, George street. lOST, Saturday, between Normanby car, -/ Octagon, and liaikorai. Gold Pendant. Return Jas. Moore, ‘ Star ’ Office. LOST (Mornington tram, Saturday), Dress Basket, containing laundry; reward. 9 King street, Mornington. lOST, Gold Wrist Watch last Monday i afternoon. Finder rewarded on returning to Jolly, watchmaker, Moray place, near Savov Tea Booms. I OST. Gold Brooch (ruby centre); reward, i Townsend, jeweller. lOST, between Opoho and Gardens via -J Glenavon, Gold Brooch. Reward returning to 41 Signal Hill road. OST, small Gold Brooch (“ Doris ”); ret ward. 30 Leith Walk, N.E.V. lOST, 2 £1 Notes, Forth street or Bay i road; 10s reward. Bolton, Ravensbourne. lOST, on Saturday, between Bishops; J and Maori Hill, £1 Note. Rew.tr returning to Caswell, butcher. PERSON seen taking Dresa Basket rai platform, Saturday afternoon, r< Station or address on basket, save fu: trouble. WLL tho Person who removed a Grey Coat from the City Boot Palace corner on Saturday night kindly return to Sister Elizabeth, Ail Saints’ Church. F DUND.—£I,SOO for Disposal by United Starr-Bowtettj 2nd December: join, Particulars Hugh Mitchell, participate. P: Stock Exchange. HQLIDAY RESORTS. NUGGETS, MElyneux.—Mrs Campbell’s, Seaside Accommodation; trap meets passengers at Romahapa on application. telephone Tokata. WANTED, Crib, north lino, Christmas M holidays. Address n Alpha,” ’Sts*.’ TCXTANTED, Furnished House or Grib, TV north line; Warrington «■ Puketcraki if possible. ‘'Camper" ‘Star.’ ET Quotations from ‘ Evening Star' X Office for large or smalt quantities of Printing before placing your .Orders,
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