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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 15663, 30 November 1914
AMUSEMENTS. IJIHE OCTAGON. HAYWARDS’. At 8 TO-NIGHT. NEW PICTURES. NEW MUSIC. . WAR SCENE,'Tat ANTWERP. English Motor Ammunition Care, .etc., passing through St. Nicholas to Antwerp.—Arrival of Armored Cars and Buses, Antwerp.— The Marines Arrive Belgium.—Crossing Pontoon Bridge —Germans’ Kitchen Captured.— Citizens Digging Trenches.—Jolly Jacks Arrive.—Marines in Act inn.—Snipers at Work. —The 4.7 Express.—British Splendid Defence. etc., etc. LATEST LONDON NEWS. Airships’ Interesting Daily Flights,—Newcastle’s Farewell to her Troops.—Kilkenny Volunteers.—Submarined Cruisers. —King, Queen, Princess Mary attend Church Parade. —With cur Territorials nt St. Albans.—Our Allies Resting.—Germany's Latest Export.— Prisoners of War, etc., etc. OUR BIG FEATURE DRAMA, THE INSPECTOR'S STORY. Produced by the Celebrated Labia Director, with n Powerful Cast. A PATHETIC CHILD STORY. One sees the conclusion of this elory with eyes slightly dimmed with tears, yet with a sudden feeling of .unusual optimism and an awakening confidence hi (ho power of goodness of humanity. THE DAVIS CUP. Played 1914. THE DAVIS CUP. in America. All Tennia Players should sea it;. MAX AND THE BRINY Comedy. (Featuring the late Max Linder.) ANCIENT EGYPT Scenic. ON THE BOARDER Drama. FANNY'S MELODRAMA Comedy. HARTZ MOUNTAINS Scenic. A Perfect Programme. Stalls, 6d; D.C., Is; Res. Dresden, Is 6d. A R R I S O N HALL. MONSTER DEMOCRATIC DEMONSTRATION. DEMOCRATIC DEMONSTRATION, DEMO CR A TIC D EMONSTR ATION, DEMOCRATIC DEMONSTRATION. TUESDAY, DECEMBER t. At 8 p.ra. Como and hear lift Candidates for tba City Electorate state their stows on the Nolicenso, National Prohibition, and Majority Question. The U.T.R.C. will probably make some pronouncement as to the attitude Prohibitionists should adopt in regard to Parliamentary Candidates. SPORTING. WAIKOUAITI RACING CLUB. Annual meeting, To be Held on THE DOMAIN COURSE (Ohe Mile Round), FRIDAY, JANUARY Ist, 1915. Programme Approved by Metropolitan Club and the N.Z- Trotting Association. PROGRAMME. 1. MAIDEN PLATE HANDICAP (5 Furlongs), of 55sovs; second horse lOsova from the stake. For horses that have never won a race of 25sovs or over. Nomination, 15s. Acceptance. 20s. 2. WAIKOUAITI CUP (U Miles), of 110 sovs; first horse £9O, second horse £ls, third horse £5. Nomination, 255. Acceptance, 355. 3. NEW YEAR TROT (It. Miles), of 90soys; first horse £7O, second horse £ls. third horse £5. Nomination, 20s. Acceptance, 30s Weight: Horses, 10 stone; Ponies (14,2 hands and under), 9 stone. 4. BRAY MEMORIAL (6 Furlongs), of 65 sovs; second horse 10 so vs from the stake. Nomination, 20s. Acceptance, 255. 5. WELTER HANDICAP (7 Furlongs), of 65spys; second horso lOsovs from the stake. Nomination, 20s. Acceptance, 255. 6. HAWK6BURY HANDICAP (6 Furlongs), of 80sovs; second horse, 12sovs from the stake. Nomination, 20s. Acceptance, 30s. 7. RAILWAY TROT (1 Milo), of TSsovs; first horse £6O. second horse £lO, third horse £5. Nomination, 20s. Acceptance. 255. Weight; Horses, 10 stone; Ponies 1 14.2 hands and under), 9 stone. 8. FAREWELL HANDICAP (Hack Conditions, 5 Furlongs), of 60sovs; second horse lOsovs from the stake. Nomination, 20s. Acceptance, 20s. NOMINATIONS: FRIDAY, 4th December. HANDICAPS; MONDAY, 14th December. ACCEPTANCES CLOSE MONDAY, 21st December. (N.B. —Sco Rules Racing, Part XVI., Rule 4.) RULES.—Handicaps in Flat Races to ha based on a Minimum of 7st 71b. The winner of any Race after declaration of weight may be rehandicapped. All Races to be run under Rules of Racing as laid down by the N.Z. Racing Conference and N.Z. Trotting Association. All Entries ami Acceptances to be addressed to tho Hon. Secretary, Waikouaiti, or cars of H. L. James, Esq., Dunedin; entrance money enclosed; and must stave name, ago, color, pedigree; and in Trots performances of horses not known to tho Siandicappor; also name of owner and trainer and colors to be worn by the rider. ‘ GEO. E. CHARLTON, Hon. Secretary. Box 13, Waikouaiti. FOEBUBY PARK TROTTING CLUB. SPRING MEET IN G, Ist and 2nd December. NOTICE TO OWNERS AND TRAINERS. Handicaps for Second Day will be declared at 8 o'clock on TUESDAY NIGHT. Ist December. Acceptances will Close at 9 o'clock same evening. 11. L. JAMES, Secretary. FORBURY PARK TROTTING CLUB. JiP.RING MEETING, 1914, Will be Held on TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, ‘ Ist and 2nd December. First Race at 3 p.m. each day. H. L. JAMES, Secretary. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. GATLINS RIVER BRANCH EXTENSION. IN CONSEQUENCE of tho Line from Houipapa to Tahakopa not yd being completed, the OPENING- of ibis Section is POSTPONED until further notice. By Order. AUCTIONS. WEDNESDAY, 2nd DECEMBER, At 2 o’clock. At Rooms, Princes street, SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FUBNTTUBE. WALNUT PIANETTE (Emil Ascherberg), KAURI BEDROOM SUITE. TAPESTRY COUCH. OAK DUCHES.SE PAIR, RATTAN AND WICKER CHAIRS, OAK DINING BILLIARD TABLE, Bft, DOUBLE AND SINGLE IRON BEDSTEADS. RED PINE MANTELPIECES, 12 PORCELAIN BASINS. TAPESTRY CARPETS, 9ft KAURI COUNTER, Also, GENERAL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Alex. Harris and co., Auctioneers. TUESDAY, Ist DECEMBER, At 2 o’clock. On Account of Those Concerned. 24 BALES WOOLPACKS.' ’ All Faults, if any. D M. 6PBDDING • is instructed |o sell by auction, at his Rooms, on Tuesday next, at 2 o’clock, 24 BALES WOOLPACKS. Removed to Rooms, for Unreserved gale, I
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