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Page 5 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 15663, 30 November 1914
AMUSEMENTS. WAR! WAS! WAR! i| QUEEN'S THEATHE. PERPETUAL PICTURE PALACE. Daily: 11.30 till 5.30; 6.30 till 1030. THE WORLD’S 'i WAREHOUSE of the WONDERS. The management take pleasure in present* ing for the first time in Dunedin To-day a SUPERB RUSSIAN MILITARY DRAMA. SUPERB RUSSIAN MILITARY DRAMA. SUPERB RUSSIAN MILITARY DRAMA, SUPERB RUSSIAN MILITARY DRAMj£ WAR’S HEART BLOOi> It plays on the human emotions. Lots, War, Vengeance, and Jealousy. REALISTIC BATTLE SCENES, Enacted by Leading Russian Artists. War Special To-dav. War Special. THE BATTLE OF ANTWERP. THE BATTLE OF ANTWERP. THE BATTLE OP ANTWERP. THE BATTLE OP ANTWERP. S English Motor Bus Ammunition Cara, etc., passing through St Nicholas to Antwerp.— Arrival of armored Cars and Buses on the Antwerp Side of the Scheldt.—The Marines Arrive in Belgium.—Leaving Ghent, thgjr pass through St. Nicholas into Antwerp by the Pontoon Bridge.—The Belgians make good use of Captured German Kitchen.— Antwerp citizens crossing Wetteran Bridge to dig trenches on tho battleground.—Our Jolly ' Jacks enter upon their torious task with characteristic lightheartedness, beneath which pulses an Indomitable courage and <Sstermina> , tion to do or die.—Tlw Marinos in the tiring line—Snipers at work.—Tho 4.7 Express.— Tiro British put up a splendid defence outside Antwerp, every shot from the great guns reaching its destination with tolling effect. Supporting Subjects; Bird Life in Spring Time Interesting. Bill Squares It With the Boss Koimo Condo, Virile Auntie Bounced Imbin Condo, TOPICAL BUDGET, Containing a host of Important News from the Front. ONE PRICE TO ALL PARTS; ADULTS, SIXPENCE. CHILDREN, 3d. AUCTIONS, ''' TUESDAY, Ist DECEMBER, At 12.50 o'clock. At Rooms, 221 Princes street. CHOICE LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES, In tho Heart of the City, fronting ELM ROW, ARTHUR .STREET, AND YORK PLACE. 1. Comer Elm row and Arthur street (No, 53), area 15.9 poles. Corporation lease, .20 years to run; ground rent, £ll 14» a year; with an attractive Residence (nearly new) of 4 large rooms, gas, drainage, and all modem conveniences. ‘ 2. Substantial Dwelling, 8 rooms, plastered, electric light, drainage, etc.; area, about 25 poles; Corporation lease, 20 years to run; ground rent, £l6 a year; with frontages to York place (N0.240) and Arthur street. These Properties are ’exceptionally well situated in a good locality, sunny, close to Technical and High Schools, Roslyu tram line, aud only five minutes’ walk from centre of the City. • Also, THREE SUMMER RESIDENCE SITES At Macandrew’s Bay. About 1-acre each; close Wharf and Main road; grand view; and suitable subdivision. Alex. Harris and . 00. are instructed to sell by auction, aa above. TO-MORROW FAMOUS SUNNY ST. CLAIR FREEHOLDS. FAMOUS *■ SUNNY k ST. CLAIR FREEHOLDS. 10 DELIGHTFUL ALLOTMENTS. 10 NEWMARKET EXTENSION,” Being a Splendid Subdivision of that Excellent Property known as “ COUGHTREYS/ 1 “ COUGHTEEY’S* Fronting Ings avenue, and adjoining the popular Newmarket Subdivision; also close to car, beach, and all the delights of our salubrious seaside suburb. REID .AND SONS, LTD., t TUESDAY, Ist DECEMBER, JOHN •• will offer, as above, on At 12 o'clock, At Booms, Liverpool and Bond streets, THESE CHOICE FREEHOLDS. Speculators, investors, aud those in search of a superior section in a delightful locality and amid pleasing surroundings and modem homes should inspect this subdivision, attend the sale, and secure a FREEHOLD TO BE PROUD OP. EASY TERMS. EASY TEEMS. THE JOY OP LIVING Can bo increased through residing in Newmarket Extension. Money will bo saved by buying to-morrow instead of letting others reap the profit. Tho early bird CATCHES THE WORM. j WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY. 2nd! and 3rd DECEMBER, At 2 o’clock each day. On the Premises, " The Mansions,” at the. top of Stafford street. City, and also at No, 131 Stafford street, (immediately opposite). Instructed by Mrs W .B. Penhey, who is giving up business owing to ill-health. MODERN FURNITURE AND FURNISHINGS. A vide range of practically new Furniture-* Drawing, Dining, Smoking, and Sitting Rooms, Bedroom, Hall, and Kitoken. LINEN, NAPERY, BLANKETS. PARK, REYNOLDS, LIMIEBIV will sell by auction, as above— Drawing Room: MAGNIFICENT WALNUT UPRIGHT to" GRAKIi PIANO (Milton), An instrument of exquisite tone. RICH AXMJ.NSTER CARPET. Silk tapestry Oheslerjcld settee, Morris and divan chairs, rattan and occasional furniture* I lace curtains, vases and bric-a-brac, brass fenj dcr. kauri escritoire, ol and water colore (in■eluding J. D. Perretf), kauri mirror overmantel, pedestals aud pot plants. Dining and Sitting Rooms; TABLE SILVER AND CUTLERY, NEW 5-FRAME BRUSSELS CARPET, Kauri mirror-bock si-.lc-!>jifd, inlaid linoleums, Austrian and Canadian chairs, electroplate and glassware, mirror overmantels, noirbla i clock, wall mirrors, kauri extension cimng tab!?, carvrd coal vase, copper tab, leather dining chain-, shelves (book), kauri ondraddlebitg. couches, divan and easy chairs, cngiato --, cuk-iranisd photogravures. Hall: AXMINSIEB CARPETS. RUNNERS, AMU STAIR CARPETS, 2 kauri mirror-hack ball stands, mohair «dm mats, coir mate, inlaid linoleum, large Imul clock, large gong, hall curtains. KAURI BEDROOM SUITES, HEAVY BRASS-MOUNTED BEDSTEADS. Mirror-door wardrobes, duchessc pains and chests, toilet sets, linoleums, • brass-rail bedsteads (single and double), comb, bedsteads, mattresses, bedding, new lace curtains, bedroom carpets ana mats, wicker and easy chairs, fenders, mirror overmantel, shaving mirrors, Singer sewing machine. Kitchen furniture, and pots and nans, crockery, preserves, potent jam jars, knife machine, mangle, wringer, steps, filter. ' On view Tuesday, Ist December, from S to 6, and morning cf sale. £ J —————mmmmm—mmmmm— ——'' •*$ F order to have toe ‘Star’ out in goof . *’ time, it is found impossible to classify (1 Advertisements that come in after noon .5 j After this hour they cannot be ekwaibad We would therefore rewu pet Admto»e> I kindly bear this in mind, and Ooad *? Ja I .Orders. Hark* , ,' r a
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