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AMUSEMENTS. THE gING’S _T HEAT RE. FULLERS’ CONTINUOUS PICTURES. 6.50. EVERY EVENING. 6.30. An Entirely Now War Film Full of Exciting Incident*. ANTWERP UNDER SHOT AND SHELL. A Magnificent List of War News. The Great “Domino" Drama, FIRES OF AMBITION. A Powerful Photo-Piny of Intense Interest. COMPLETE FULL PROGRAMME. Keystone.—RECßEATlON.—Keystone. Charles Chaplin “Hutting In” Everywhere. Absolutely One of the Funniest of OHARLBS CHAPLIN COMEDIES. NOTE.—The Special War Pictures will be screened at 6.30 and 8.20. ADULTS, 6d. CHILDREN, 3d. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW NECKWEAR, Wo have Opened the following by Parcels Post THIS WEEK:— White Muslin Collars, floral silk vest, in Saxe. St law, Tangerine, Rose, etc., 3s 3d, 3s 9d. White Pique Yosts, tucked front*, 3s 3d, 3a 6d. Mercerised Guipure Collars, with Organdie Muslin, 2s 9d, 3e 6d, 3s 9d. White Lawn Collars, hem-st itched edges. Is 3d. “ VERY CHIC ” Embroidered Organdie Muslin Collar, dainty colorings, 5s lid. SEE WINDOW. RILROY AND SUTHERLAND, 192-200 Princes street. M R T. MILLER, BUTCHER, GREENISLAND, Bogs to Notify his Customers that he is CLOSING HIS SHOP on DECEMBER sth inst., and Thanks his numerous Customers for their post patronage. SEASIDE RESIDENCE, FOP. SALE, Modem SEASIDE RESIDENCE at Broadi Bay; six rooms, with all conveniences; well sheltered. . For particulars apply at 20 CRAWFORD STREET, SPORTING. WAIKOUAITI RACING CLUB. A N X U A L MEETING, To be Held on THE DOMAIN COURSE (Obe 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 SSsovs; second horse lOsovs from the stake. For horses that have never won a race of 25sovs or over. Nomination, 15s. Acceptance, 20s. 2. WAIKOUAITI CUP (1$ Miles), of 110 sovs; first horse £9O. second horse £ls, third horse £5. Nomination, 255. Acccptanco, 355. 3. NEW YEAR TROT (1* Miles), of 90sovs; first horse £7O. second horse £ls, third horse £5. Nomination, 20s. Acceptance, 30s AVcight i Horses. 10 stone; Ponies (14.2 hands and under), 9 stone. 4. BRAY MEMORIAL (6 Furlongs), of 65 sovs: second horse lOsovh from the stake. Nomination, 20s. Acceptance, 255. 5. WELTER HANDICAP (7 Furlongs), of 65sovs; second horse lOsovs from the stake. Nomination, 20». Acceptance, 255. 6. HAWKSBURY HANDICAP (6 Furlongs), of SCtenvs; second horse, 12sov.s from the stake. Nomination, 20s. Acceptance, 30s. 7. RAILWAY TROT (1 Mile), of 75sovs: first horse £6O. second horse £lO, third horse £5. Nomination, 2CK Acceptance. 255. Weight: Horses, ID stone; Ponies (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, 21sfc Decern her. (N.H.— See Kuics Racing, Part XVI.. Rule L) RULES.—Handicaps in Flat Race 1 ; to bo ba'cd on a Minimum of 7st 71b, The winner of any Race after declaration of weight mav be rehandicappcd. All Races to be run under Rules of Racing as laid down by the N .Yj. Racing Conference and N.Z. Trotting Association. All Entries and Acceptances io bo addressed to the Hon. Secretary. Waikouaiti, or care of H. L. James, Esq., Dunedin: entrance money enclosed; and must state name, ago, color, pedigree; and in Trots performances of horses not known to the handicappcr: also name of owner and trai ncr. and colors to be worn by tlm rider. GEO. E, CHARLTON. Hon. {Secretary. Box 13, Waikouaiti. TENDERS. In the matter of the Assigned Estate of A. R. WATSON, of Gore, stationer. TENDERS are invited for the PURCHASE of Urn STOCK-IN-TRADE, etc., of Hooks. Stationery, and Crockery, amounting as per stork li'-ts io £1.405 7s lid, more or less. Condition.* of Salo oan Vk- «een «t, our office or at. Hie premises, Gove. Tenders, accompanied by a. deposit of 10 per cent., will be received at our office. 26 Dowling street. Dunedin, up to noon of THURSDAY. 10th December, 1914. Tho highest or any tender not, necessarily accepted. STATHAM AND CO., Agents for the Trustee--Ist. December, 1914. OTAGO EDUCATION BOARD. TENDERS will be received at this office up till 5 p.m. cn WEDNESDAY. 16th December, for the ERECTION of a SCHOOL (in wood) at Otanomomo. Plans'and specifications may be seen at, the School, Dalohitha, and at (bis office. S. M, PARK. Secret tiry. Education Office, Dunedin, 2nd December, 1914. DRAINAGE WORK. TENDERS arc invited for tho Drainage of a Property at St. Clair. Plan and specifications can be seen at our office. Tenders close at noon on SATURDAY, sth inst. JOHN RETD AND SONS, LTD. LOST AND FOUND. GOVERNMENT LIFE INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. LOST POLICY. EVIDENCE having been supplied of the loss of policy numbered 80,411 in the books of this Department on the life of WILLIAM HENRY MAKER, deceased, late of Balclutha, boarding-house keeper, 1 hereby give notice of my intention to issue a copy to take tho place thereof on the 17th day of DECEMBER. 1914, unless objection be lodged before that date. J. H. RICHARDSON, O overnment Insurance Commissioner. Wellington, December 3rd, 1914. LOST, on Saturday, narrow Squirrel Fur; toward. 8 Onslow street. Sb. Olair. OST (between Pitt street and Maori HillT, Gold Orescent Brooch (lyre in centre). Apply CarsweU, butcher; reward. I OST, White Corella Parrot (keepsake), J pink and blue around eyes; reward. Airs Parkes, 21 Oirr street, Valley. LOST 4 Artificial Teeth, gold centre. Reward on returning same to “ Worker," ‘Star’ Office. LOST (at. Forbury Trots, Wednesday!, Black Bag, containing money, etc.; reward. Address “ Nell,” ‘ Star ’ Office. STRAYED from Hooper's Inlet,' Hay Horse, >viiL new rug; few barb wire tears, blemish cn near him! Ipqt, no shoes. Apply Powley and 00. FOUND.— Splendid Feathers for beds, tic.. 3d per lb. delivered City and suburbs. At Stewart’s, fishmongers, poulterers.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 15666, 3 December 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 15666, 3 December 1914

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