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AMUSEMENTS. » L A Z A CTUBES. 1 o'clock to b.do; «£SO to 10 p.m. COMPLETE CHANGE TO-DAY. ALL-STAR PROGRAMME, Headed by a. Powerful Hepworth, PhotoPlay. THE BRONZE IDOL. Magnificently Staged. Acted by aa ALL-STAR CAST. TOLL OF THE DESERT, TOLL OF THE DESERT, Bv the Frontier Company, And BULLY BOY—WAR. SPECIAL. BULLY BOY—WAR SPECIAL. BULLY BOY—WAR SPECIAL. OOmC WAR CARTOONS. WAR NEWS': WAR NEWS! Direct from the Front. ECLATR JOURNAL Topical Boarding-house Scramble Comic I,oooft by ths Famous S. and A. Co. SECRET NEST A.B. Comedy-Drama PRICES: ADULTS. 0<l; CHILDREN. 3d. BEAUTY COMPETITION. At Both Evening Sessions the Ist and 2nd Competitor of Each Scries will be S:recned. Successful CompstHors please call at Plaza Office. | GENERAL ELECTION. I Complete Arrangements have been made by which the Results will be Screened as ihey come to l'Riid. ELECTION RESULTS SCREENED. rpHE OCTAGON, HAYvVARDS* AGAIN TO-NIGHT, at 8. RETREAT FROM ANTWERP. Also, Our Extra Speci»l, Australia's Own Moving Picture Production, SHEPHERD OF THE SOUTHERN CROSS. A Play of Life in the 'NEVER NEVER" LAND. 4,500 Feet. 4,500 Feet. Interval. INTERESTING WAR GAZETTE. : BASKET HABIT Dram* STUDY IN FLOWERS Colored DON'T MONKEY WITH THE BUZZ-SAW. Appropriate Orchestral Music. 6d and Is. Dresden, 6d extra. 'Phone 3,091. open after 6.30. JJIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. Direction: George Stephenson and A. Linlcy. By Arrangement with Edward Jasper. COMMENCING NEXT TUESDAY, 15th DECEMBER, For Five Nitrhts Onlv and One Matinee. THE ROYAL PANTOMIME COMPANY, In the Funniest of all Pantomime?, 'HUMPTY DTJMPTY.' . 'HI'MPTY DUMPTY.' Beautifully Staged. Re-jally Costumed. A WHIRLWIND OF FUN. Magnificent Stage Pictures, Including A GLORIOUS TRANSFORMATION, In Five Scenes, entitled ' DREAMLAND.' 85 People Concerned in 85 85 This Production. 85 The Dresses, Scenery, Billets, Specialties, Effects. Songr,'M.ivclieF, etc., a Revelation. Gorgeous March of .ie Allies. "New Zealand Will be There." POPULAR PRICES: 4s, 2s 6d, and Is. Early Doors to Back Stall* and Pit, 6d eirtrn. The Plan for the Season OPENS at the DRESDEN on FRIDAY MORNING at 9 o'clock. I BPORTINC. NORTH OTAGO JOCKEY CLUB. SUMMER MEETING, JANUARY 2nd and 4th. TOMINATIONS for ALL EVENTS l*l CLOSE on FRIDAY, December 11th, at 9 p.m. Full Programme ' Otago Witness,' November 25th. NOTE.—Acceptances for the Redcas+le. Handicap should read 3 SOVS, and NOT 1 sov, as appeals on the Programme. G. M. PROCTER, Secretary. Box 7, Oamsru. T.U'.YNUI RACES. [DIVIDENDS can now be obtained cm PRETTY JANE and QUTRINUS. agister letter?. W. F. JAMES, 360 Moray plaoe, Dunedin. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR HOLIDAYS, 1914-1915. EXCURSION FARES. -OLTDAY EXCURSION TICKETS will b.-. issued from ANY STATION t-» ANY .STATION on the South Island Main Lino and Brandies (including railing plae<>on La he Wnkatipu) and North Island Main Line and Branches from FRIDAY, 18th December to SATURDAY, 2nd January, inclusive, available for return up to and inchid-in-j FRIDAY, 12th February. 1915. Goods and live -lock traffic will be suspended on 25th and 26th December and l-;i and 2nd January. By Order. HOLIDAY RESORTS. TUGGETS, Molyneux.—Mlrs Campbell's, ,1 Seaside Accommodation; trap meets isscngera at Romahapa on application. Telephone Tokata. _ 'ANTED. Furnished Crib or Private » i Board for Couple, Two Children, first fortnight in January. Box 113. AUCTIONS. FRIDAY, lUh DECEMBER, At 2 o'clock. SALE BY AUCTION. On the Premises, St. Clair, Comer of Richardson ami Nile streets, a!. tlie bottom of Coughtrcy street, St. Olair. PTTPKIUOR MODERN HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. JAMES SAMSON AND CO have been favored with instructions from the owner (who js giving up housekeeping) to sell by auction, on the promises, the whole of her superior Household Furniture, etc., inch?.ling— UPRIGHT GRAND IRON-FRAME riANO by Barnes and MuJlins, London, a, first-class instrument, practically new; fancy velvet chair*, sea grass and occasional chairs, VERY HEAVY GREEN VELVET PILB CARPET, vases, dorks, curtains, cushions, LONG MIRROR, 9 high-back ohaba (solid oak), 6ft extending dining table, MASSIVE MIRROR-BACK SIDEBOARD (walnut color), extra heavy quaint bronzo kerb and irons, coal vase, sti|>crior rugs, chairs, E.P. WARE, CUTLERY and glass ware, hall curtains, runner, slip mats, barometer, palm stands and bowls, HANDSOME REFLEX MIUttOR DIJCHKS&'B PAIR, heavily bmssmountcd bedstead, wire mattress and bedding. SUPERIOR EIDERDOWN QUILT, carpets, 2 heavy d.i. bods (brass-mounted) aim bedding, EXTRA HEAVY BLANKETS, sheets, riapery, etc., pictures, 2 duchesso cliosts, washstands, linoleums, kitchen and cooking utensils, chain and tables, lawn mower, gladstone bag. Tlmj above furniture was manufactured by Messrs C. and W. Hayward, and lias been in use for only fix or eight months. This offers a rare opportunity for tboae in search of good furniture. NO RESERVE. SATURDAY. 32th DECEMBER. At 1.30 o'clock sharp. On the Premises, Exeter street, Abbotsford. In the Estate of Ann Sligo. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. A LEX. HARRIS AND CO. l haver received instructions from the Trustees to «ell by auction, Household Furniture, including— R.p. mirror-door wardrobes, duchessc chests, brass-mounted double iron bedsteads, fenders, oilcloth, single iron bedstead, wire mattresses, kapok mattresses, kitchen teble, occasional table, rocking chair, colonial sofa, chairs, washstands and ware, looking-glasses, meat safe, toibt chests, crockery, preserving pan, kitchen utensil*, garden tool*, wrmgut, etc., ato.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 15672, 10 December 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6 Issue 15672, 10 December 1914

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