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Page 5 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 15673, 11 December 1914
AMUSEMENTS. ELECTION RESULTS SCREENED. rpHB OCTAGON, HAY vVARDS* AGAIN TO-NIQHT. at 8. RETREAT FROM ANTWERP. Also, Our Extra Special, Australia’s Own Moving Picture Production, SHEPHERD OP THE SOUTHERN GROSS. A Play of Life in tho “NEVER, NEVER” LAND. 4,500 Feet. 4,500 Feet. Interval. INTERESTING WAR GAZETTE. BASKET HABIT Drama STUDY IN FLOWERS Colored DON’T MONKEY WITH THE BUZZ-SAW. Appropriate Orchestral Music. 6d and Is. Res., Dresden, 6d extra. 'Phone 3,091, open after 6-30. RING’S _T HEAT RE. PULLERS’ CONTINUOUS PICTURES. 6.3O.—EVERY EVENING.-6.30 WAR—GRIM WAR. RETREAT FROM ANTWERP, With all its terrible privations. PATHE WAR GAZETTE The Latest News from the Front. IN ADDITION OUR COMPLETE PROGRAMiME. TRAG EDY—PATHOS—HUMOR. JOHANNA THE BARBARIAN. JOHANNA THE BARBARIAN. A Wonderful Life Photo-Play. Just Come A lons' and See THE SKY PIRATE. THE FUNNIEST KEYSTONE YET. YOU MUST LAUGHThe Special "War Pictures will be screened at 6.30 and 8.30. ADULTS. 6d. CHILDREN. 54 Dunedin' horticultural SOCIETY’S SUMMER SHOW. EARLY SETTLERS’ HALL, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15. Cut Flowers and Pot Plants on Sale In the Hall, entire proceeds of winch, in addition to profits from the Exhibition, go to the Belgian Relief Fund. Exhibitors are notified that the Society’s Vases are not yet to hand. Entries Close Secretary’s Office, 1 Dowling street, SATURDAY, December 12, at 8 p.m. ’Phone 179. R. HANNING, See. TO LET. mO LET, “THE MANSIONS.” Stafford -A- street, tho well-known high-das* hoarding-house; 20 rooms. Particulars JAMES ANNAND, 47 Stuart street. TO LET, * Rooms; scullery, tubs, drained; cheap rent. Apply F. Tanner. 92 Forth street. TO LET, comfortable 5-roomed House, also a 6-roomcd House; hj. and c. and every convenience. Apply 534 Castle street, TO LET, 4-roomcd Furnished Cottage, Queenstown, 3 minutes from wharf. Address “Holiday,” ‘Star’ Office. TO LET, Shop; splendid position; grand show window; suit tailor, confectioner, tobacconist, tic, Macasscj- and Co. TO LET, Furnished (George street, near Albany street), modem 8 Rooms; every convenience. Alex. Harris and Co. TO LET, 4-roomcd House (good repair), near Dunedin Railway’ Station; good green; Bs. 33 Athol place. TO LET, Five-roomed House, 55 Grosvenor street, Kensington; newly renovated and conveniences; rent 13*. TO~LET, 4 and 6-roome(t Houses; hj. and c. water; drained; 10s and 15s. 74 Dnndas street. TO I/ET, Shannon’s Store, comer Anderson’s Bay and Melbourne roads. Apply 43J. Anderson’s Bay road. WILL Young Couple with Girl that called at 16 Grosvenor street about House, please call again. _ fTAO LET, 4, 5, 6, 7-roomed Houses, City, X and suburbs; low rentals. Bryant, agent, Octagon. TO LET, Part Furnished House, rooms as desired; handy Post Office; reasonalv.c: owner leaving. “ Immediate.” ’Star-* r”-ROOMED House; large stable; drained; o conveniences; cheap rent good tenant. 14 Oxford street, South Dunedin. AUCTIONS. SATURDAY, 12th DECEMBER, 1914, 31.30 o’clock. Otago Fanners’ Horse Bazaar. LITHE OTAGO FARMERS’ CO-OPERA-X FIVE ASSOCIATION OF NEW ZEALAND, LTD., will offer, at their Weekly Horse Sale, as above — On Account Mr Jas. M'Kcwen (from the Maniototo): 7 draught marcs and geldings, 4 to 6 years. On Account Mr R, S. Black (from Middlemarch) : 7 harness horses. On account of a Milton Client j 1 light draught mare. On Ace Mint of a Northern Client : Spring-cart gelding. On Account, Other Clients: 5 draught marcs and geldings 6 rpring-earteis and light horses. L. MACLEAN, Auctioneer. SATURDAY. 12ili DECEMBER, 1914, 11.30 o’clock. Otago Fanners’ Horse Bazaar. SALE OF MOTOR TRUCK. THE OTAGO FARMERS’ CO-OPERA-TIVE ASSOCIATION OF NEW ZEALAND, LTD., have received instructions from Mr Janus Hicks (of Mofgiel) to offer, an above, One Stewart motor truck. Length over all, 12ft 6in; length back seat, 7ft 7in; inside width, 3ft L. MACLEAN, Auctioneer. SATURDAY, 12lh DECEMBER, At, 1.30 o’clock sharp. On the Premise?, Excler street, Abbotsford. In the Estate of Ann Sligo. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. * LEX. HARRIS AND CoJ xX have received instructions from tha Trustees to sell by auction, . j Household Furniture, including— I R.p. mirror-door wardrobes, duchessal chests, b’.ass-mountcd double iron bedsteads/ fenders, oilcloth, single iron bedstead, wire matlresscs, kapok maltrcsrcs, kitchen table, occasional table, rocking chair, colonial sofa, chairs, washetands and ware, looking-glasses, meat safe, toilet cheats, crockery, preserving pan, kitchen utensils, garden tools, wringer, etc., etc. MONDAY, 14th DECEMBER, At 12.30 o’clock. At Land Sale Rooms, 213 Princes street. Instructed by J. D. M'Lcan, Esq. (who Is leaving Dunedin for the North). JOHN GEERJN AND CO, will sell bv auction. MODERN Six-ROOMED RESIDENCE and STABLES COMPLETE, with bay windows, portico, nice wide hall, largo rooms, beautifully decorated with self-colored papers, handsomely stencilled; tile hearth* and grates, latest gas fittings, bathroom, scullery, hot and vo'.d water, pantries and linen press;, drained to sewer, washhouse, fowlhouge, fowl run, stable, trap shod, targe open shed (eminently suitable for motor garage, carriage, expresses, or carts) WE WILL FINANCE ANY BUYER. MONDAY, 14th DECEMBER, At 2 o’clock. At Rooms, Manse street. On account of Mrs W. B. Penney. Removed from “Tho Mansions” to Rooms for convenience of sale. UNRESERVED SALE. BLANKETS, LINEN, NAPERY. BLANKETS, LINEN, NAPEBY. A good clean assortment of Useful Household Linen and Nepery. PARK. REYNOLDS, LIMITED, will sell by auction, as above. On rlew. Morning of
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