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AMUSEMENTS. fjpllE OCTAGON. HAYWARDS’. AGAIN at 8 TO-NIGHT. WAR SCENES AT ANTWERP. LATEST LONDON NEWS. THE DAVIS CUP, 1914. THE DAVIS CUP, 1914. ON THE BOARDER Drama. ANCIENT EGYPT Excellent. FANNY’S MELODRAMA Humorous. ILAIITZ MOUNTAINS Scenic. THE INSPECTOR'S STORY. THE INSPECTOR'S STORY. The Drinker, the Abstainer, the Neither. There Is here a Strong Lesson. Followed lust v.k-’i -p interest, , An excellent Picture Play. MAX ON THE- BRINY, Featuring Max Linder. who was wounded at Affine fighting for his country. Fighting Mao is, as usual, very funny in this funny picture. 6d and Is. Re*. Dresden, Is 6d. AUCTIONS. 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 rdso at No, 131 Stafford street (immediately opposite). Instructed hy Mrs W .B. Penhey who Is giving up business owing to iil-neaith. MODERN FURNITURE AND FURNISHINGS. A vride range of practically new Furniture — Drawing, Dining, Smoking, and Sitting Rooms, Bedroom, Hall, anti Kitchen. WITHOUT RESERVE. PARK, REYNOLDS, LIMITED, will sell by auction, as above— Drawing Room i MAGNIFICENT WALNUT UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO (Milton), An instrument of exquisite tone. RICH ANNIN ST KU CARPET, Silk tapestry Chestcrjcld- settee, Morris and_ di'-an chairs' rattan and occasional fumrk" ' lace curtains, rases and bric-a-brac, Erase - , der, kauri escritoire, oil and water colors (hj eluding J. D. Perreti), kauri mirror overman tel, pedestals and pot plants. Dining and Sitting Rooms: TABLE SILVER AND CUTLERY. NEW 5-FRAME BRUSSELS CARPET, - Kauri mirror-back sideboard, inlaid linoleums,! Austrian and Canadian chairs, Electroplate | and glassware, mirror overmantels, marble dock, wail mirrors, kauri extension dining (able, carved coal vase, copper kerb, leather dining chairs, shelves (book), kauri end saddlebag; suite, couches, divan and easy chairs, engravings, oak-framed photogravures. Hall: AX MINSTER CARPED?, RUNNERS, AND STAIR CARPETS, 2 kauri mirror-back hall stands, mohair esUR mat?, coir mats, inlaid linoleum, huge hall clock, largo gong, hall curtains. Bedrooms: KAURI BEDROOM SUITES, HEAVY BRASS-MOUNTED BEDSTEADS. Mirror-door wardrobes, dnehesso pairs and chesl-s toilet BCis, linoleums, brass-rail bedsteads (single and double), comb, bedsteads, mattresses," bedding, new lace curtains, bedroom carpel s and" mats, wicker and easy chairs, fenders, mirror overmantel, sharifi-g uiirron*. Singer sewing machine. Kitchen furniture, and pots end pans, crockery, preserves, patent jam jars, knife machine, mangle, wringer, steps, filter. On view Tuesday, Ist December, from E to 5, and morning of sale. WITHOUT RESERVE. NOTE. —The Blankets, Linen, and Napeiy are new to be removed to our rooms, Mans< Arc at, and will be sold next week. SATURDAY, sth DECEMBER, 2io, diamond ring; 251, sil. watch; p-p.V le-giug*, and watch and w. ring;' 271, 1. gold hj. , 275, Uronograph; 278, keyless 25<t. rife; 235, kodak; SOS, .p, “17, -v'-r; 327, Waltham; 338, : ■■•iVi ini;3-1. ring: 356, gresnslona ii; 337. t-.-i '-d-inno chain: 361, clock a sal v/.'iirh: 36L opal ring; 386, m. hair (j n ra,.»i : 404, lever; 412, gold uary, 425, sil. Rotherham; ••> r . •■;;;■ : 135. si!, geneva; 437, gold linker 440." kri f bag, lady's gold chain -nd rne-’ci- 111, tr- bangto; 449, r.v. ; Af;- r , vr. rlr.-: 169, umlM-ella.; 471, j,. c);rmt'c:ajih, 473. mandolin and, , . . ’ 'Of»_ ib-.oi-h; 490, {rrociwtouQ 451. 1 ■ ••>.. fountain pens and 3 Ur. plirr.;’ 555- Scr gold chain and |>en- • '5;3, watch and gold chain; 511, w. rintr: f/sO. fid carver* (in case): 570 r cvolvi'r an.-! hoi-lcr; 571, diamond riic'-" 574, w. ring; 601, gold geneva; (31C Void chain and pendant; 618, tody's ■'sill *h. ccii.-va, chain, and jendant; f-23, wansh: Gil, ring: 633, sil. waidh; (jfAh dress ting; 697, camera; 707, brief 1,8 J; 717. s', bangle: 727, rifle; 748, lever; 749, geneva; 751, gem ring; 756, brooch and ring; 758. ring; 759, gold vol. pciic-;:;. March, 772, g. brooch; 775', vV. watch: 796,.watch, gold chain, and ring; 819, band ring: 825, til. chain; 653, v :-n 1 ring; 844. sil. watch; 854, g. ring: 835, laniard cue and ca?o; 868, band ring; 873, brief bag and 2 remnants; 882, Waltham; 884, sil. lever;! 880, Wall ham; 893, vr. ring; 902, g. ring; 908, opal ring; 317, s.h. 'ever; 920, shears, hedge knife, and snips; 925, rifio; 549, watch and sil. chain; 981, s.h. watch. April 4th, 1197, typewriter. Also, 200 Lots, consisting of Jewellery 0* every description., Carpenters’ and Gardeners’ Tools, Firearms, Musical lustra* incuts. Typewriter, etc., etc. SATURDAY, DECEMBER sth, 1 O’CLOCK. MONDAY. 7th DECEMBER, At 12 o’clock. At Rooms, Liverpool and Bond streets. .SUPERIOR UT~KILDA HOMS, G Bridgman street (neap Council street and Town Hall). JOHN REID AND SONS, LIMITED, *3 are instructed to offer, as above. Section 2, block 33, St. Hilda, with a specially well-built and superior Residence of 5 rooms, bungalow style; casement windows (with fanlights), bathroom (porcelain bath), hj. and o. water; eleefcrio light, lofty ceilings, large zooms, fibrous plaster ceilings, landsome reception hall, largo pantry, t. and g. lining under waEpapers, washhouse, - .goal- . bouse; drained to_«gregL«M^lLfilihttJaaailMM

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 9, Evening Star, Issue 15664, 1 December 1914

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