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Page 5 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 15664, 1 December 1914
AMUSED? NTS. QUEERS THEATRE. PERPETUAL PICTURE PALACE. Daily: 11.50 till 5.30, <3.30 Eli 10.30. Still Another Hugo Sweets’.« SUPERB RUSSIAN MILITARY DRAMA, SUPERB RUSSIAN MILITARY DRAMA, SUPERB RUSSIAN MILITARY IVILAMA, SUPERB RUSSIAN MILITARY DRAMA, WAR’S HEART BLOOD It plays on llio human emotion.-.. Lore, War, Vengeance, and Jcalr.u'.v. REALISTIC BATTLE SCENES, Enacted by Leading Russian Artists. O U R 'W A U (? r E C I A L. ANTWERP UNDER SHOT AND SHELL. ANTWERP UNDER; SHOT AND SHELL. ANTWERP UNDER SHOT AND SHELL. ANTWERP UNDER SHOT AND SHELL. Arrival of Armored Cars and Buses on the Antwerp tide of the Scheldt.—The Marinos arrive in Belgium.—Our Jolly Jacks in the Firing Line.—Snipers at. Work.—The 4.7 Express at Work, etc., ere. TOPICAL BUDGET, No. 163. Showing many Now Scene-, around Antwerp arid Alort.—German Prisoners in Bruges.— Captured Gorman Cun in London.—Scenes in New York. Supporting Subjects: Bird Life in Spring Time Interesting. Bill Squares It With the Boss Komic Comic. While Auntie Bounced Lubiu Comic. ONE PRICE TO ALL PARTS: ADULTS, SIXPENCE. CHILDREN, 3d. SPORTING. FORBURY PARK* TROTTING CLUB. gPRING MEETING, 1914. "Will be Concluded TO-MORROW (WEDNE SDA Ti , . 2nd December. First Race at 1 p.m. 11. L. JAMES, Secretary. DUNEDIN JOCKEY CLUB. SUMMER MEETING. 2GUr and 28lh DECEMBER. JVJOM 1 NATION S for all Events (except 1 < Trial and Farewell) CLOSE at 9 p.m. on FRIDAY, 4th December. H. L. JAMES, Secretary. ■- ■■ MONEY. Dunedin savings rank, established 1864, receive* Deposits from la to £100; interest 3,| per cent, on monthly balances. Copies of rules may bo obtained on application. Fred Smith, manager. HOLIDAY RESORTS. NUGGETS, Mplyneux.—Mrs Campbell's, Seaside Accommodation; trap meets passengers at Romahapa on application. Telephone Tokata. LOST AND FOUND. LOST, between Park rircei and Catholic Cathedral, Girl’s Wrisilc-1 VVak-L Return 570 George street. LOST, Brass Motor Lamp; reward. 231 High street. LOST, a Pocket Boo!:. South Dunedin. Finder w : l! be hamhomch’ rewarded return same 35 Oxford strr.-t. JO ST young Magpie: reward. No. 3 I ■I New street, Mursalhurgh. WILL Lady who purchased glove counter j Sr.hml.-iy and Jett- change kindly call. J A. and T. Inglis. ’ < BOARD AND RESIDENCE. JACKSON’S Private Hotel, Dowiing street Dinner 12 till 2; Tea, 5 to 7;’Social* and Parties catered for; committee) room. First -class Accommodation Vi.-injrs. fi LADSTONE HO 11 SET Moray place VXb (’ph-.inn 2.133). —B:,t. Accommodation visitors; persona! supervision. Moss and M’Phcrson. Box 10G. AUCTIONS. WEDNESDAY. 2nd DECEMBER. At 2 o'clock. A! Rorons. ISin'-cs si reef. SI IPKRIOR. 111H: S EllOl. i) I' I; Ir N ITU RE. WALNUT PIANETTE (Emil A . hj. rT,< (i lIAPHOPMONF. AND RE( '»i!DS. RATTAN AM) WICKER CHAIICS. OAK DINING BILLIARD TABLE, tic, KAURI REDROOM SUITE. OAK DIK'D 1->SE PAIR. GENT'S GEM KPF.CDVL RK'Yt LR. Palm Stands. Pki arc’, CauiniiMi Chair?, ( Tapc.-stry Conch, i'ciid-T-, t .u: .0■ i , T:ip cry | Cai'pris, I,mu cun'?. Parisian H C;' :vl, -nedi i Iron lioj.'. Wire -ind Fleck Malt;-, i .Shakedowns J Inches -r. Chn.-t-. VOi-’i. ciuds 1 oid Wave. Pu-h ( -.it. Go-can. Loti-.-, JO i Kauri Counter, Red Pine Minin-lim-ees :2 | PorcMahi Ra-ius 3-rollor Mamde. Lav.;-, | Mowers Moul-ling. R-.kcM T.-ay-, 4 lex's : Data*, Jlfrnm ine. I.oilv 11-iitl-s Tread.-'. 3 Cask-, Golf ROC. 10 V Fit if;-. • j ,4 Li r .X. I) tIf.RIS AND CO. | ./'A. are insfns led !•' -■■• it by auction at their rooms, as nh--.-e. ! 31 h.p.' TRIUMPH MOTOR RIKE. j FRIDAY. 4lh DECEMBER, nil 2 i-.'.-hi;!:. At Premise?, No. 10 MTiridc ' ■;. S Dune-lin. In the Esl-aie of M. J. Jamie sen. SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD I-UiLNJTUK.E AND FURNISHINGS. WALNUT GRAND PIANO CLAURINAT). SUITK IN SADDLERAG*. HANDSOME MTRROTJ-RAI K -TDEBOARD, AXMINSTFJt CARPETS OVTT.MANTEI.S, OAK HALL STAND AND SEAT, BEDROOM SUITE, ALCOCK 7ft BILLIARD AND DIMING TABLE, with A -c-r:.-.erica tit) Su-.t-Maw owlrf). Alex. hj arris and co h.n-c received instructions Si tali, as above. THURSDAY, 3rd DECEMBER. SALE BY AUCTION. Tn Downstairs Rooms. Dowling si reel. Ah 2 o’clock. On account of Mrs Murray, Norih-eaat Tnlley. Removed to Rooms for Ovnv»nieaeo of Sale. 7-PIECE LEATHER SUITE, MAGNIFICENT ; WALNUT STAINED SIDEBOARD. IRON- i FRAMED UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO, over j damper cheek act inn, hv Barn's and Mullins, ' London Etc., Ec-. JAMES CAM-SON AND CO. have been favored with Inslni'.-tiono from Airs -Murray, North-east Vtillo..* (who is leaving Dunedin), to sell hy unction in their Dtiwnsiairs Room.-. Dowling a.reet. the whole of her lieu- oh -id- Fnnduc-e, etc.. including—--7-i,ic-:o LEATHER SUITE, walnut stained pideboard, s.g. chairs, extending dining table, dining chairs, couches, picture,?, Ecrlr; and irons, painiirurs fiewer bowls palm stand*. MAONEFIOENT IRON-FRAMED IN ANO (by Br.rcc; and Mullins, London), lamps, oak sideboard, h- rugs, AXMINSTER CARPET (tt. very fmo carper). CHIFFONIER, quaint carved pot stand, fenders and brasses, OAK HALL STAND, mirror-back eide seal, HEAVY' CABPBT* RUNNER, ri:p mats, passage linoleums, DROP-HEAD SINGER SEWING MACHINE, d.i. beds, s.i. beds, wood bed, QUAINT OAK BED" (latest design), bedding, wastelands, HANDSOME OAK BEDROOM SUITE, ' child’s drop-sido cot, duchosse pair, wire mattresses, shakedowns,
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