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AMUSEMENTS. RING'S _THEATRE. "pullers* continuous pictures. 6.50. every evening. 6.30. An Entirely Now War Film Full of Exciting Incidents, ANTWERP UNDER SHOT AND SHELL, PATHE WAR GAZETTE. A Maguiiioent list of War News. The Great "Domino" Drama, FIRES OF AMBITION. A Powerful Photo-Play of Intense Litcrest, COMPLETE FULL PROGRAMME. Keystone.—RECßEATlON.—Keystone. Charles Chaplin " Butting In * Everywhere. Absolutely One of tho Funniest of CHARLES CHAPLTN COMEDIES. NOTE.—The Special War Pictures Trill be screened at 6.30 and 8.20. ADULTS, 6d. CHILDREN, 3d. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. "jriXG EDWARD THEATRE, KING EDWARD STREET, SOUTH DUNEDIN. The Management of tho above Picture Palace have pleasure in announcing that the OPENING of this Modern and Up-to-date Theatre will take pUco on. MONDAY NEXT, DECEMBER 7,1914, Afc 1.30 jun. Watch Daily Papers for Startling Jut.nouncements re Grand Opening, Programm*,, AUCTIONS. SATURDAY, sth DECEMBER, 1914, 11.39 o'clock. Otogo Fanners' Horse Bazaar. IHE OTAGO FARMERS' CO-OPESA, - TIVE ASSOCIATION OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, will offer, at their Weekly Korea Sale, as above. On account of a Central Otago Client ij Bay gelding, Sandy, 7 years Bay mare, Bloss, 7 years. On uceount Mr W. Hallum (Waikouaiti) I 1 spring-cart gelding. On Account Clher Clients: 5 draught marcs and geldings 6 spring-carters and light horses. L. MACLEAN, Auctioneer. SATURDAY, sth DECEMBER, 1 o'clock. ISAACSS QUARTERLY SALE OF UNREDEEMED PLEDGES. From tho Union Pawn Office, Royal Arcade. JAMES SAMSON AND CO. *> have received instructions from the Manager of tho Union Pawn Office, Royal Arcade, to soil by publio auction, at. their i-ooni3, Dowliug street, the following list of Valuable Unredeemed Pledges—viz.: 1910.—May 25th, 1907, gold brooch and links. October 25th, 3912. gold chain ami pendant. 1911 —November 21it, 4207, hand sewing maohino; 4300, field-glasses. 1912.—November 14th, 3623. keeper ring; 3705, gold hj. watch. December 10tb| 3274, g-?m rin? 1913—January, 232, s-h. lever. February, 853, g. brooch. March, 887, Waltham, Slav, 1549, dress ring. Juno, 2033, r.g, watch; 2119, lever: 2171, part camera „.,,! V,„,„t T-Incr Tiiltr 099.9. imM miif chain| 2420, 2 gold rings; 2449, Walihaui; 2,459, g.m. guard; 2507, oaniera and lens. September 9th, 2936, diamond ling; 3017, gold geneva. October 3rd, 3206, gold albert and ;>endant; 3277, 2 brooches; 3339, lever j 3425, g. ring; 34G3, greenstone chain and pendant; 3572, w. rintr. November 7th, 3626, g.m. guard and locket; 3671, sovereign brooch. December, 3941, 2 dress ringsj 3981, i-old chain; 4075, 'diamond ring: 4186, 'om ring; 4203, g. brooch; 4233, gem 4287, sil. lever and g.m. guaid; 4509, gold muff chain; 4317, g. chain and] medal. '■ 1914.—January 9th, sil. Rotherham oni chain; lblli, 8-day watch} 22nd, sil, watch; 39, g. banglo: 51, o-f. watrh.; ; 72, gold -reneva and 4 dress rings j 74, i.il. lover f 77, geneva; 84, lady's gold huntin" 3-iver and muff chain; 106, eiL watch; 133, s.h. Waltham; 147, quilt, tablecloths, and sheets; 151, d.b.b.l, pun; 197, riilo; 203, cameo ring; 216,' gold limiting lever: 217, violin and bow; 223. sil. watch and chain; 237, diamond pin; 240, diamond ring; 251. sil. watch,:' 258. brief has, leggings, and watch and chain; 2CB, w. riug; 271, 1. gold hj. pew-vat 275, chronograph; 278, keyless watch; 298, rifle; 299, kodak; 305, g. ring; 317, lever; 327, Waltham; 338, gem ring; 343, g. ring; 356, greenstonechain; 357, greenstone chain; 361, clock and watch; 309, opal ring; 386, m. hair brashes (in case-); 404, lever; 412, gold geneva, February, 425, sil. Rothnrham; 432, g. ring; 455, si!, genera; 437, gold links; 440, brief bag, lady's gold chain and medal; 411, g. bungle.; 449, r.g. watch; 454, w. ring; 489, umbrella; 47i, sil. ii. chronograph; 473, mandolin and case; 488, brooch; 406, precnslor.n chain: 498, 1 dirz. fountain pens and 3 doz. pipes.; 506, Oct gold chain and prndani; 518, sil. watch and gold chain; 544, w. ring; 5G9. set carvers (in cut-): 5711, revolver and holster; 571, tliamoiid ring; 574, w. rim;; 601, gold geneva: 616. gold chain and pendant-: 618, lady's gold hj. geneva, rhain, and pendant: 623, watch: 631, ring; 633. sil. waJ-vh: fifp d'T<=s riii"'; 697, camera: 707, bric-l bag; 717, g. bangle-; 727, rifle: 748. Jnvr-r; 749, geneva; 751, gem ring; 75G, brooch and rin-r: 758, ring; 759, goM vol. geneva. March., 772, g. brooch; 775, r.g. watch; 756, watch, gold chain, nml ring; 819, band ring; 825, sil. chain; 835, ge'in ring; 844. sil. watch; 854, gi ring; 855, billiard cue- and case; 866, band ring: 879. brief bag and 2 walk. nants; 882, Waltham; 884, sil. lever;! 88G. W:i!ihr.m; 893, w. ring; 902, p. ring; 908, -opal ring; 917, s.h. lever; 920, fclif\ar», hedgo kuifc, and snips; 925, rifle; 949, watah and sil. chain; 981* s.h. watch April 4th, 1197, typewriter. ; Ab'o, 200 Lot*, consisting of Jewellery ot' every description, Carpenters' and Gardniers' Tools, Firearms, Musical Jnstruir.cirt.s, Typewriter, etc., eio. SATTTRDAY, DECEMBER sth, 1 O'CLOCK. TUESDAY, Bth DECEMBER, At 2 o'clock. At Premises, Pretoria Terrace-, 103 YorkSURPLUS HOUSEHOLD FURNITUBE, MIREOK-BACit SIDEBOARD, DINING TABLE, DINING ROOM AND BEDROOM FURNITURE. .4 LEX. HARRIS AND. CO. j\. htire received instructions from M Walker (who is giving up housekeeping) to sell, us above, Mirror-back sideboard, linoleums, fendera and brasses, ornaments, vases, flower stand*, curl.flins, whr.tnot, dining tablo, chairs, chin*, crystal, pictures, occasional tables, hall stand, stair carpet, spring sofa, 9 wire, shakedowns, fl'.ck washstands, ware, \ duchesso chests, screen, cliild's cot, blanket*, quilts, kitchen furniture, etc., <t.e. REMINDER, MONDAY, 7».h DECEMBER, At 1.30 Sharp. At Ri;k of nome Shipper?. SALE BY AUCTION, Large. Consignment of JAPANESE CARPET SQUARES, JAPANESE and ALL-WOOL REVERSIBLIB RUGS, A ho English Carpets, Heavy Axmiusiers, and Velvet Files. ,MES SAMSON AND CO. : J have been favored with instructions from the consignors to sell by ■ auction, at their Rooms, Dowling street, a large consignment of Carpets, including— Jute carpets, Japanese carpets, Axminster carpets, seagx*s* carpels, rugs, velvnt pile carpets;, etc., <rfco. Our rooms will be open all day Saturday, and carpets will ba on view till 9 pjn. See full ;ftdj^feanents.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 15667, 4 December 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6 Issue 15667, 4 December 1914

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