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AMUSEMENTS.. BE HAPPY. THE ING'S THEATRE. FULLERS' CONTINUOUS PICTURES. 6.30. EVERY EVENING. 6.30. Wc can show you WAR—GRIM WAR. RETREAT PROM ANTWERP, With all its terrible privations. PATHE WAR GAZETTE Tha Latest News from the Front. IN ADDITION OUR COMPLETE PROGRAMME, TRAGEDY—PATHOS—HUMOR. JOHANNA THE BARBARIAN. JOHANNA TOE BARBARIAN. A Wonderful Life Photo-Hay. BUT If you cannot laugh. If you are miserable, If you hare the blues, Just Gome Along and 'See THE SKY PIRATE, THE FUNNIEST KEYSTONE YET. Well, you can't help it.; Well, vou iot'.v well have to. YOU MUST LAUGH. And we can positively assure ytm IT'S PRETTY GOOD. Tho Special War Pictures will be Screcnsd at 6.30 and 3.20. ADULTS. 6d. CHILDREN, 34 QUEEN'S GARDENS (TRIANGLE). WEDNESDAY NIGHT. BE OAVEKSHAM BAND will render the following Programme at 8 o'clock (weather permitting: March, • Queen of the North.' Eaiphoimim Solo, Land of Hope and Glory.' Baritone Solo, 'II Bravo.' Selection. 'Diamond Star.' March, 'Traveller.' Selection, ' Raveusdale.' Waltz. 'Will o* the Wisp.' March, 'Royal Escort.' God Save tho King. E. HAMILTON EAGAB, Conductor. , R. E. COOK, Secretary. TENDERS. WAIKERJA REFORMATORY ELECTRIC LIGHTING PLANT. ■ will bo received at this ofike JL until noon of FRIDAY, Bth January, 1015, for the SUPPLY and INSTALLATION oi r ELECTRIC LIGHTING PLANT at the Waikeria Reformatory, near Te Awamutu. Specification and conditions of contract may bo seen at the Public Works Offices, Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, and Duncdin. The lowcrt or any tender not neces-f-arilv accepted. H. J. H. BLOW, Under-Secretajy. Public Works Office, Wellington, 3rd December, 1914. MIDDLEMAROH SPORTS, January 1, 1915. CATERING PRIVILEGES (Day and Nijrht). VPPLICATIONS ere invited; close SATURDAY, December 12, at 5 p.m. Particulars from ROBT. WALKER,, Secretary. MEETINGS. UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED. TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the _ * First, Ordinary General Meeting' of Union Steam Ship Company of New Zealand, Limited, will be held at the New Zealand Express Company's Board Room on WEDNESDAY, tho 16th day of December, 1914, at, 3 o'clock in the afternoon, for the purposes following—namely, To consider tho Annual Statement of Accounts and Balance-sheet and Report of the Directors and Auditors thereon. To Elect a Director in place of Mr C. \V. Rattr.vy, who retires by rotation, but is eligible and offers himself for re-election. To Appoint Auditors and to fix their re numeration. Messrs Georg« M. Maclean and J. S. Hislop are tho retiring Auditors, and offer themselves for reappointment. 'J'o transact any other ordinary business of the Company. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY ALSOGIVT,N that at the same place and on the Mime- day, at 3.30 o'clock in I lie afternoon, or so soon afterwards as the above-mentioned Ordinary General Meetintr of (lis Company shall bo concluded, an Extraordinary General Meeting of the Company will be held, when the subjected special resolutions will be proposed a.s special resolutions: 1. Thai Article 157 of the Company's Articles of Association bo altered by the substitution of the. words '' Clauses 24 and 31" in place of the words 'Clause? 23 and 30." 2. 'Diat Article 4 of the Company'* Articles of Association bo altered, by the insertion of the, words "or in loans upon the. security of after ihe words "in the purchase of" in the second line of the said Article. Should the resolutions bo passed by tho required majority, they will bo submitted for confirmation as special resolutions to a Second Extraordinary- General Meetinir, and such Hireling will be held on MONDAY, the llih day of' Jattuiiry, 1915, at tho same (place, at 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose of considering and, if thought fit. confirming such resolutions a* special resolutions necordingly. Bv order cf the Board, C. IT. HUGHES, Secretary. Dunedin. Silt Drcomhrr. 1914. NEW 55EVLAND SOCIETY OF ACCOUNTANTS, OTAGO BRANCH. MEMBERS are reminded of the ANNUAL MEETING and LECTURE by Mr BRASCH on 'FOREIGN BILLS OF EXCHANGE,' which is to be held THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, in the. Board Room. Express Buildings, at 7.45. All Commerei-il Men interested arc invited to attend. HOLIDAY RESORTS. 'UGGETiS, Miolyncux,—Mlrs Campbell's, XI. Seaside Accommodation; trap meets passengers at Romahapa on application. Telephone Tokata. PORTOBELLO.— To Let, from 18th December, 2 large-roomed Furnished Cottars: verandah, sculk-ry. Mrs Miller, Portobello. WANTED, easy ( easy distance from Dunedin. P.O. LOST AND FOUND. f O.ST, Pltioe-neis, Ings avenue, Sunday; J reward. Mrs Taylor, care of M ~" lop. corner Ings avenue. ' OST (at X wharf), Loin Cover; rcwai \.J Return Expross Company. OST (yesterday afternoon, Lower Dun_i das street), Irish Terrier Pup. Reward returning to 409 Leith street. LOST (10s reward). Gold Bangle, with twisted band and stouN iii front. Apply "phone 3,241. Y "bST~betvJ6i Post Oftice and Girtou ColXJ lege, G )!.! and Turquoise Bracelet. Finder kindly return to head office, Company, Bond street. LOST, at St. Clair (SaturdayJTlri'tr" Necklet; rewud. Johnstone and Haslctt. chemist?, Princes street. LOST (vicinity Hay wards' Pictures audi York place). Turquoise Bangle. Re- j ward returning 121 York filace. j LOST, Girls' High School Will ] tinder kindly return to 3 Grant- «trne.t_ I TOST, Pink-and-Grey Parrot. Reward on U returning to 53 Clyde street, Dunedin. LOST 7M"ondiJ7iighi), _ Thrn'e~Oarl Will findc kindly return North End Boating Club, Lower Frederick street. LOST (Broid Bay, Sunday), Black-and-white Cocker Spaniel Dog: reward. Communicate C. Wilkie, Broad Bay. FOUND, Bull Slut. Apply 361 York plucc. I7IOUND.— Melville's "Cyelery" for Bicycle Tyres and Repairs; charges reasonable. 5G George street. 10UND.—At Stewarts, fishmongers and, JJ poulterers, splendid lot Feathers for Sale, 3d per lb, delivered.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7, Evening Star, Issue 15670, 8 December 1914

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