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AMUSEMENTS, 'JJJJG'fI _J?HBAtPBS, iß&HffiliraiPi b ton the faofc that we ba*e LATEST WAR PICTOB£S» ! PATHE WAR. GAfcETTfc BATTLE OP LEBEEKE, j Wlfch all their grim horror?, A WOMAN'S WAY. A Really Beautiful Photo Play* 1 -ABIDE WTEH ME. I Just Hear the Woo Boy Sing the Hymn. In addition to iiiesc " Stars," OUR, BIG PROGRAMME. JClie Spaoial War Pictures will be screened a.4 6.30 and 8.20. ADTJXTS, 6d. CHILDREN. 54 rpHE OOTAGON", HATvYAftDS* Agrin TO-NIGHT, atß, The War Pioturej^ BATTLE OP LEBBEKE. Albo, WRATH OF THE GODS. WRATH OF THE GODS. WRATH OF THE GODS. WRATH OF THE GODS. A,. Japanese Story—thrillingj gripping. fHjjf-* dreds of .Tapanoso trying toegcapo. 1 VILLAGES RAZED TO THEI GROUND, A WONDERFUL PICTURE. And there «ra other*. le and 6d. B*Mrr« DtstJw, 1? M, AUCTIONS. FRIDAY, 18th DF£3SaJBil&, At 12.50. At Rooms, Princes street. CHOICE BUNGALOW VILLA, No. 16 Gotten street, South Bunedin. FULL J-ACRE, CLOSE Id SECTION* Model Bung-alow, 4 rooms) hj&" hot and cold, jas. an beard, latest appointments; araijhj to sawcr. Suitable goa, trap entrance. /LEX. HARRIS AND COAuctionears. \ FRIDAY, 18th DECEMBER, At 2 o'clock. At Booms, Princes street. BOOTS. BOOTS. 500 PAIRS MEN'S, WOMEN'S, AND CHILDREN'S BOOTS AND SHOES. \ LEX. HARRIS AND CO, Auctions ora. SATURDAY, 19th DECEMBER, At 1 o'clock. At Rooms, Princes 6treet. To Photographers, Amateur Photographers, and others. CLEARING SALE OP LARGE STOCK OF CAMERAS, PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIAL, AND ACCESSORIES, CHEMICALS. Pull-plate, i-plate, and i-plafce Omicrae, Mounts, Magio Lanterns and Slides. Etc. T * LEX. HARRIS AND CO. . will sail as above, J 3 i-plate cameras (complete), 5 half-pints cameras (Underwood. Butchers, Biiciiff. Thornton, and Pickard), full-plate stand camera, hand and stand cameras. kodak cameras, panorama, post card*, bul"s-eyo, etc., albums (assorted sizes), camera cases, slides, chemicals, findere, cutting ehapes. bottles, lamps, magic lanterns, lenses ffu i-plato to full-plate, Telephoto fr-pW*, « M i etc. NOTE SALE SATURDAY, 1 O'CLOCK. FRIDAY, letli DECEMBER, At 2 o'clock. At Roomß, Manse street. CLEARING SALE USEFUL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Without reserve. PARK, REYNOLDS, LIMITED* will sell by auction, as above, WALNUT PIANO (Col lard and Collard), Occasional tables and chairs, plush <~ *=- I crockerv, horsehair couoh end 2 easy chairs, ,■ ' walnut* whatnot, kauri dininp tables, dirsfl,? rockintr chair, set 6 Canadian chairs, cmflo*; nier hall clock, electroplate and table sirwiy RED PINE. KAURI MIRROR-DOOR WARDROBES, Kauri duchesse chests, washstands, toilet«tt», toilet, chests, braes-rail bedsteads, mattresses,! beddinjr, shakedowns, blankets and naperJi. and general bedroom furniture. ! KTTCITEN FURNITURE, pots and pan*.,' dresser, wringer, table mangle, steps, freSf; saw, etc.. etc. ' MONDAY. 21st DECEMBER, j At 12 o'clock. j At Rooms, Manse street. ! By Order of the Mortgagees. CHARMING QUARTER-ACRE FRET* | HOLD, UPPER YORK PLACE. Lovely view, sheltered, retired; close to I tram- easy walk from P.O. "PARK, REYNOLDS, LBOTED. are" instructed by tie Mortgagees to sell by auction, I Section 3, Block XI., Dunedia. containing 1 'aero, 66ft frontage to York place, ck and sido line* of section adjoin Town Bolt. This is a remarkably good site, and the salvaged r/ortion of the House stiJl standing ie land could be utilised to adva:iT,age, »* it is sound, and, with repair, could be made serviceable for many years io conn-. Tais property is for genuine sale, and we urge anyone desiring a town houto to ii> ipeefc. Fof further particulars apply to Messrs CALVERT AND BRUGH, Solicitors, Dovling streni: Or THE AUCTIONEERS. ! FRIDAY. 18th DECEMBER, i At 2 o'clock. i KALE BYAUOTION, I IN DOWNSTAIRS ROOMS, DOWLING KTRSET. | VERY QUAINT OAK BEDROOM SUITH (4 PIECES), FUMED OAK MIRRORj DOOR WABDROBE, HARMONIUjE " ffirsUlam iastrumenii), HIGH-BACID ! OAK DINING CHAIRS IN MO/; ! QUETTE, ANTIQUE" COPPER. KERIiI i AST.) IRON*, Ktc. ? Etc .£U33S SAMSON Op,; I have htsdt favored with in€tTOctlon"» ! to sell by auction, ut their Dirwnßt-air»liOomss [ I Dowlinff street, a large cjttalogue of House* ■ I hold Furniture, «tc, including— HEAVY A XMINSTER CARPET ostension l&bl8, kevb* and irons, i ii kvr\Cir>-\tir niir ami I (MIRROR BACK, RECESS FROM'), tp* 1 psU. tutUjj-, fo.p. ware, can'ed pot tt&Q^U| ri ' btfris, pnMHatntt., tipriciit {jrandpidni,' ipicturei, fIBAGRASS CHAIEfc'. h*mt I chairs and couches, occasional tablei and Shah's. Jubile* chaiM, ccagross re'ocaci, SUH-»ACJt OAK DINING CHAINS T& ■ j aiDE COTS, xot mattresses, bedding:, jplpdci, I Hicbtfi tabl*», chalrt, d?es;erß, cookms-v^n-FSIOAY, 18th DEOBMBBB, | At 2 cc'clock. Ob Bacoust-of ihose caccerned. 19 SALES WOOLSACKS. AH fa'ultSj ir Ray. ! Without rtwye, ' SAiromAY, DECEMBER, At 12,-50 o'clock. At-ftitiray Sw*st VVTjarf (ntxb Q Shed). BUTLDIERS ANp CONTRACTORS. BOARPS and SCANTLING., AT SHTPPERS' RISE. SfljJU A>" D Q-0« £b.v!b receded traitrncaons-to sett auction, a* tbore, r.n. b —■ ■"-*-- *~ '"

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7, Evening Star, Issue 15678, 17 December 1914

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