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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 15675, 14 December 1914
AMUSEMENTS. L A2 A PICTURES. Hours To-day: 1 o'clock to 5.30, 6.30 to 10 p.m. COMPLETE CHANGE TO-DAY, Headed by Seng's Star Picture, CARYL OP THE MOUNTAINS. CARYL OP THE MOUNTAINS. CARYL OF THE MOUNTAINS. CARYL OP THE MOUNTAINS. CARYL OF THE MOUNTAINS. CARYL OF THE MOUNTAINS. I,oooft. Tinted throughout. A Powerful, Stirring, ar.d Sensational Drama, Acted by Selig's Leading Artists. UNHAPPY PAIR (1,000 ft) Comia LISBETH (1,000 ft- Drama. Travel and Sport in India Topical PARIS (1,000 ft) Scenic NEW REPORTER. Biugraph Star, I,oooft. LOVE AND A TUB Comio Mike and Jake .as Heroes Comic Prices: ADULTS, 6d; CHILDREN, 3d. "IS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. Direction:. George Stephenson and A. Linley. By Arrangement with Edward Jasper. COMMENCING TO-MORROW (TUESDAY), DECEMBER 15, At 7.45 p.m. FOR FIVE NIGHTS ONLY. THE ROYAL PANTOMBIE COMPANY, In the Funniest of all pantomimes, 'HUMPTY DUMPTY.' 'HI'MPTY DUMPTY.' Beautifully Staged. Regally Costumed. A WHIRLWIND OF FUN. Magnificent Stage, Pictures, Including A GLORIOUS TRANSFORMATION, In Five Scenes, entitled ' DREAMLAND.* The Dresses, Scenery, BJlete, Specdaltaw, Effects, Songt;, Marches, etc., a Revelation. Gorgeous March of the Allies. "New Zealand Will bo There." MATINEE NEXT SATURDAY", at 2 p.m. CHILDREN, HALF-PRICE. POPULAR. PRICES: 4s, 2s 6d, and Is. EarCy Doors to Back Stalk and Pit, 6d ertra. . Day Sales to Earlv Roors at Jacobs'a. Tlie Plan for tho Season NOW OPEN at the DRESDEN. BELGIAN RELIEF FUND ART UNION. IS HEREBY GIVEN that the above will be Drawn in the Offices of Messrs Wright, Sicuhe'ison, and Co., Ltd., 194 High street., Duncdin, on WEDNESDAY, 16th instant., at. eleven o'clock in the morning. All Blocks and Moneys must be returned TO-MORROW (Tuesday), 15th instant. The same may be left at tho above-mentioned Offices, or posted to the Chairman Public Appeal Committee, Box 462, Dunedin. MEETINGS. THE OTAGO MUTUAL STARR-BOWKETT SOCIETY. m\VO APPROPRIATIONS of £SOO each JL (£SOO Free, £SOO Sale) will ba DBSPOSED OF at the Secretary's Office, 219 Cumberland street, on THURSDAY, 17th inst., at 8 p.m. Members in arrears do not participate. All pass books to be left for annual audit. Shares in No. 2 Group are being received. H. F. M. MERCER, Secretary. DUNEDIN BURNS CLUB. O N T It L Y MEETING ART GALLERY HALL, WEDNESDAY EVENING, 16th INST. SCOTTISH PROGRAMME. Admission by Membership Ticket. J. LOUDON, President. AUCTIONS. TUESDAY, 15tk DECEMBER, At 2 v/clock. On the. Premises, No. 1 Hawthorn terrace, corner Lawrence street, Mornington (opposite Sneddon's Store). Instructed by the Trustee in the Estate of the late. Miss L. A. Burn. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. WALNUT PIANO (Collard and Oollard). On View Morning of Sale. PARK, REYNOLDS, LIMITED, will sell by auction, as above, AXMINSTER CARPET, occasional settee, chairs and tables, piano scat, wall mirrors, linoleums, firo screen, fenders and fireirons, music cabinet and music pcdcftnl, dining tablo and cover, pictures, books, 'bamboo set-toe, china and glassware, dinner ware, electroplate and table silver, hall carpet, mirror hall stand, lace curtains, 8 dining room chairs, brass-mounted bedstead, heading, duchesse pair, toilet set, hanging wardrobe, and general funiituro, kitchen furniture, pms and pans, wringer, pair step?, garden tools, meat safe, Jawn mower. FOR UNRESERVED RALE. FRIDAY, 18th DECEMBER, At 12.30. At, Rooms, Princes street. CHOICE BUNGALOW VILLA, No. 16 Cut ten streer, South Dunedin. FULL 1-ACiiE, CLOSE Id SECTION. Mode!' Bungalow. 4 rooms; bath. hot and cold, cas. bookcases, sideboard, latest appointments; drained to fewer. Suitable pood Iran intra nee. IX. HARRIS AND CO., j.-\. Auctioneers., TUESDAY, 15th DECEMBER. SALE BY AUCTION. In Downstairs Room", Dowlinjr *rlrefit., At 2 o'clock. C-lITLDS WOOD COT. STAINED WALNUT DUCHESSE PAIR (LONG MIRROR/, WASHING MACHINE. HEAVY OAFPET SQUARE. EXTENDING DINING TABLE, ETC., ETC. TAMES SAMSON AND CO. *9 have bcin 1., i.'\\ bv audi ROOMS. Dowlir, vored with instructions at their DOWNSTAIRS ijecr. a burnt <iuauity of SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, including— S.iddlebag mif, EXTENDING DINING T\BLK. luitlur ehair< and coiir'ue-, VERY QUAINT OAK SIDEBOARD (mirror back). carve. 1 mbles, GENUINE SEAGRASS CHAIRS AND COUCHES, flower bowls, pot, stands, imitation marble dining room clock, curtains and fittings. CHINA CABINET. fenders and brakes, COPPER KERBS AND IRONS, pictures, ornaments. UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO, horsehair couch, oeeasioml tables and chair*, crockery, glassware, cutlery, bonks, magazines. V.P. TABLE COVERS. hea.-thrttes. STAINED WALNUT DUCHESSE PAIR, CHILD'S WOOD GOT, wardrobes (mirror door), wood beds. oak beds. CHINA SPINDLE DOUBLE IRON LED, si. wire mattresses, kapok mattresses, ttrttcliers, *hakedowit£, cliesi* of drawers, rot, mattresses, ware, bedding, chrirs, HALL STAND (mirror back), carved hail fables, hall chairs, slip mats, door mats, AXMIN•STER CARPET RUNNER. p;i»ag« linoleums, ladies' and genie' rvelw. WASHINGMACHINE, set, of tul*. bins, irons, MANOLE, .meat f-af'f, l;en< wood dining chairs, .sewing machine, kitchen tables, kitdicC chairs, cooking utensils, etc., etc. To be sold to the highest, bidder. TUESDAY, 15th DECEMBER, At. 2 o'clock. At Rooms. 221 Prince, street. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE; ETC. ENGLISH ORGAN "(Malcolm and Co., OAK MIRROR-BACK SIDEBOARD. BRUSSELS AND TAIESTRY CARPETS, BOOKCASE AND CHIFFONIER, SUCCESS VACUUM CLEANER, ANTIQUE OAK BEDROOM SUITE, TURNING LATHES, MANTELPIECES, IRON GATES, 2-IIOLLER MANGLE, WHEELBARROW, LADIES' AND GENTS' BICYCLES. GENERAL HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS. ■ LEX. HARRIS AND CO., Auctioneer*. I!emind;r.—Above Sale takat place TUB&DAY, Jstb. DECEMBER _
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