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AMUSEMENfS. TrnSTG. EDWARD THEATRE, AV SOUTH DUNEDIN. CONTINUOUS PICTURES. Doily: 1.30 p.m. till 10 p.m. NEW PROGRAMME TO-DAY. An Old Story in a New Dross. Lubin's Delightful Dramatic Episode, in Two Gigantic Pnrts, CODES OE HONOR The Btory in this .Beautiful Photo-play lias been tola time and again, but it vail live after other feature* are dead and forgotten. The Australian Gazette, No. 209, bLowb If.M.S. SYDNEY, H.M.S. SYDNEY, H.M.S SYDNEY, "Which accounted for the German pirate ship Emdcn in the Indian Ocean. Review of the New Zealand Expeditionary Force before the Minister of Defence boforo embarking for the front. Sydney's Calico City for Government Workers. A Gigantic Supporting Series. POWER OF WOMEN Drama Qualifvir.g for Lena Edison Comedy TIGHT SHOES Kalemi Comedy Miss LENA, CONTORTIONIST. A Bre?zy Vaudeville Act. AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE, Etc. Popular Price of Admission: Upstairs and Downstairs, ADULTS, SIXPENCE; CHILDREN, 3d. GYMNASIUM HALL, ALVA STREET. FRIDAY, 11th DECEMBER, 1914, at 8 p.m. MONCERT, :n Aid of Band Equipment J Fund, by the HIGH STREET SCHOOL CHOIR AND DRUM AND FIFE BAND. j Admission: Adults, Is; Children, 6d. LOST AND FOUND. GOVERNMENT LIFE INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. LOST POLICY. IVTDENCE having been supplied of the 2k loss of policy numbered 80,411 in the books of this Department, on tho life of WILLIAM HENRY MAKER, deceased, lata of Balclutba, boarding-house keeper, I hereby give notice of my intention to issue a copy to take the placu thereof on the 17ih dav of DECEMBER, 1914. unless objection be lodged before that date. J. H. RICHARDSON, Government Insurance Commissioner. Wellington, December 3rd, 1914. A.M.r SOCIETY. LOST POLICY. "T is the intention of the Society, on or after tho 2nd day of January next, to I ISSUE a COPY POLICY in place of Policy No. 439,724, oii tho life of REGINALD VICTOR HURLEY, which is declared to have been destroyed. EDWARD W. LPWE, Resident Secretary. Wellington, 2nd Doccmber, 1914. OST (at X wharf). Loin Cover; reward. Return Express Company. JLi Cover; reward. Gaudin and Marr, Octagon. OST (Friday evening, vicinity Stuart J street). Seed-pearl Necklet (three amethysts); jeward. Nelson, jeweller. George street. OST, it Butchers Chopper, in Woodi hnugh. Finder return Bolting, Garis; reward. LOST (Tuesday). Gold-rimiwd Pendant (keepsake). Reward on returning to 109 Harrow street. I OST -yesterday), a £lO Note. Handsome A reward at Mackenzie's Hotel. OST~(Sunday)7 Child's Spectacles, Rockysid:> nnd Main road. Cnversham. Ideal Furniture Exchange, South Dunedin. LOST, a Brindlc Bull Pup. Finder rewarded on returning to 10 Baker street, Caveraham. I^OUND.— Melville's "Cyclery" for Bicycle lyres and Repairs; charges reasonable. 56 George street. lOUND.—Stewarts, poulterers, now Booktug Orders for Xmas Poultry. T\\Q LET, 'THE MANSIONS," Stafford street, tho well-known high-class boarding-house ; 20 rooms. Particulars JAMES ANNAND, 47 Stuart street. 0 LET. Six-roomed House, Upper Walker street; newly renovated. Apply 7 I Manor place. | /«-ROOM B-ick House, siables, 55 Maclag- : -de gan; 2 Furnished Rooms, 3-rocm Cot- ; iage, 153 Castle. Thone 420. TO~ LET. 4-roomcd Cott»ge~4ls Cumbexland street (near Hanover stieet); batli, tubs, etc. TO LET, ' Rooms; scullery, tubs, drained; cheap rem. Apply P. Tanner, 92 Forth street. TO LET, comfortable 5-voomed House, also a 6-roomed House; li. and o. and every convenience. At/ply 534 Castle street. TO - LET, 4-roomcd Furnished CottageT Qu»cnstown, 3 minutes from wharf. Address "Holiday," 'Star' Office. KAIKORAI. —House, four large rooms; scullery, conveniences: largo section; minute from tram; Us. " E.," 'Star' Office. TO LEI.', alup; splendid position; grand show window; suit, lailor, confectioner, tobacconist, etc. Macassey and Co. TO LET, Furnished (George street, near Albany street), modern 8 Rooms; every convenience. Alex. Harris and Co. r ¥lo LET, 4-roonved Honso (good repair), A near Dunrdin Railway Station; good green; Bs. 33 Athol place. TO " LET~Five-roomed House" 55~Gtosvenor fil.rj°t, Kensington; newly renovated and convoniences; rent 13s. MEETINCS. DUNEDIN COMPETITIONS SOCIETY (Incorporated). IHE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of tho abovo Society will bo held in E. S. ..ilson's Board Room, Empire Buddings, Princes siroct, on THURSDAY, 17th insi., at 8 p.m Business: Adoption of Annual Report and Balance-sheet: Election of Officehearers; Cnsidcr Notice of Motion; and General. Notice of Motion: "That the following new rule be added:—The Commit tea shfill lmve power to elect as honorary lifii members any committeeman who has seivod not less than five years on the committee, such person to bo an ex officio member of committee." E. S. WILSON, Secretary. TENDERS. DUNEDIN CITY COUNCIL. TENDERS FOR ALTERATIONS, TOWN HALL. ' RENDERS will be received by tho undorJ. signed until 5 o'clock p.m. on MONDAY, the 21rt December, 1914. for the SUrf'T/V and KRKCTION of PARTITIONS and DOORS -.n the Town Hall, Thinedm. Plans and specification may be seen at tha Office of 11»3 City Building Surveyor, "O. A. LEWIN, Town Clerk. Dunedin, Bth December, 1914. OFFERS will be received up to THURSDAY, 17th December, tor GRAZING RIGHTS (Horses, Sheep, or Cattle) over Part of Otngo Golf Club's Property at Bdslyn, containing about 26 acres. Terms: One month's notice. j Apply j GEO. H. G. SMITH, 30 Crawford street. npHE TIME for RECErVTNG TENDERS 1 for the NURSES' HOME has been EXTENDED till 10 a.m. on THURSDAY, 17th December, 1914. MASON AND WALES, Registered Architects, Dunedin. rpENDERS will bo received up till 12 X Sai i lay for the E cction of a Fiveroomed Buugaiaw at Em bo street, Corstorphine. Plans and specifications may be seen at 132 Maoandrrvv road, South Dunedin. TKTHITE Paper for Wrapping-up For Sala. AfiPtr 'Star' Office, Bond street, . ,

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 15672, 10 December 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 15672, 10 December 1914

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