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AMUBEMENTB. i 2 o'clock to S.BO, 6M to 10 p.m. A GIGANTIO~PROGRAMME Jfoty Showing *t the "PLA.ZA.*' Every Plofcura Absolutely New and Softened for the fi"t time in N.Z. WAR NEWS, WAR NEWS. WAR NEWS. WAR NEWS. WAR NEWS. WAR NEWS. Heroic Belgianj.-JTho Wounded in" Belgium. irQonmn Gup* Captured by the Fronoh (it | £yoni.--fi.M,B. Crystal Palace.—Natal Reserve in Training, Also, Reliance's Star Drama, BLUE PETE'S ESCAPE. BLUE PETE'S ESCAPE. BLUE PETE'S ESCAPE. One of the finest Detective Pictures ever Screened. Clever and Convincing'. A MARVELLOUS ESCAPE FROM AN EXPRESS TRAIN BY BLUE PETE. BLUE PETE'S ESCAPE. Supporting Series include j Bloomer, Stableman „i ~. Ones Coajtff f Field Foreman ... ... Brain! ■ Motor Bug- _ •.. Comic ! The Animal ... Rex Drama ! Eclair Journal ... , Topical { Ices: ABUT/ SHOWING ON MONDAY NEXT, i EEVOLUTION j Sensational Costume Play in 4 Act*. ? Adapted from the Celebrated Novel 'A KING'S ROMANCE.' 'REVOLUTION.' 'REVOLUTION.' : 4 REVOLUTION.' 'REVOLUTION.* BEAUTY COMPETITION, i FINAL. FINAL. FINAL. ! A Moving Picture hag been taken of "tha Ist and 2nd Competitors of each series by I the Plaza Operator, and will be Screened oq tMONDAY Next, when the Public will bd ■■ asked to cast their FINAL VOTE. ; [ING'S _THEATRE. FULLERS' CONTINUOUS PICTURES. I 6.3O—EVERY EVENING.—6SO I Apart from the fact that wo have i TUB LATEST WAR PICTURES, ! PATHE WAR GAZETTE'. ! BATTLE OF LEBBEKE, j With all their grim horrors, We are Screening the following "Star*".* - A WOMAN'S WAY. A Realiv Beautiful Photo Plav. ABIDE WITH ME. " i Just Hear the Woe Boy Sing the Hymn. In addition to these "Stars," I OUR BIG PROGRAMME. The Special War Pictures will bo screened ' at 6.30 and 820. I ADULTS. 6d. . CHILDREN, 3d, AUCTIONS. SATURDAY, 19th DECEMBER, 1914, 11.30 o'clock. Otego Fanners' Horse Bazaar. SALE OF MOTOR TRUCK. nnHE OTAGO FARMERS' CO-OPERA* Jl . TIVE ASSOCIATION OF NEW ZEA. LAND, LTD., have received- instrwiioiu • from Mr James Hicks (of Mosgiel) t-o offer., as above, One Stewart motor truck. Length ove? all, 12ft 6in; length' back seat, 7fft 7in; inside width, 3ft loin. L. MACLEAN, Atictiouaer. SATURDAY, 19th DECEMBER. 1914, At 11.30 o'clock, SPECIAL CONSIGNMENT OF SPRING. CART AND HARNESS HORSES. mHE OTAGO MBMER6' CO-OPERA./ JL TIVE ASSOCIATION OF NEW ZEAV LAND, LTD., wiTJ offer, at their Weekly' Hcr«e Sale, as aboveOn Account Mr R, S. Black (from Middlemarch) j 7 harness horses. On account Mr John Grant (Tokorani)—• 2 good harness horses. On account Mx A. Sutherland J superior gelding, by M"Renny» Ou account Mr Twentynian Hodgsoa (Invercargill)— 15 cheap harness horses, i On account Mr P. 0. Neill (" Chingford ")-«*, A very handsome grey cob, syrs Ono bay harness horse. On account Other Clients—--5 draught mares and geldings V jpring-carfcers and light horses 1 pony, trap, and harness 1 good double buggy, with lamp*. [ li. MACLEAN, i Auctioneer, DUNEDIN HORSE SALEYARDS. SATURDAY, 19U> DECEMBER, At 11.30 o'clock. At the Dunedin Horse Snlevards. SPECIAL CONSIGNMENT OF WORKING HORSES FROM SOUTHLAND. /•RIGHT, STEPHENSON, AND CO, , .' have rcoeived instruct ions- tu offer, at above j On account of a Southern Client—--12 first-class draught mares an;! pcMing; 4 to 6 years: broken U> nli work. I On account of other Ventli>i* 6 draught mares anil gehiintjs | 8 spring-cart and light harness li'usrs | 1 form dray, in good order. I Further Entries Invited. SATURDAY, 18th DECEMBER, At 1 o'clock. At Booms, Princes street. To Photographers, Amateur Photographers, and others, CLEARING SALE OF (LARGE STOCK OF CAMERAS. PHOTO. I GRAPHIO MATERIAL. AND j ACCESSORIES, CHEMICALS. ! Full-plate, i-plate, and i-plate Cameras, j Mounts, Magic Lanterns and Slides, ! Etc. LEX. HARRIS ANT) CO, __l will sell as above, 3 i-p!aio camera* (complete), 5 half-pia cameras (Underwood, Butchers, BiloiL j Thornton, and Plekard), full-plate stan I camera, band and stand camera*, koda, | c»rooms, panorama, post cards, buU'l-trds I etc., albums (assorted sires), camera ca«e*|' | slides, chemicals, ilnders, cutting shapes, \ I bot.tl*s, lamp', magic lanterns, lenses ffjjj , i-plate tt full-plate, Telephcto g-platf, ««./ i ! etcMOTE SALE SATURDAY, 1 O'CLOCK. SATURDAY, 19th DxICKMBER, At 12.50 orlr.ck. At Rsf.ray Sfoot Whan" (next (J S«*d>, BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. 20 000 ft R.P. BOARDS and SCANTLING, . AT SHIPPERS' RISK. -■i C U B. K AND C O. I hitvrt received instructions to «ell by netioii. ns above, 20,P00ft r :>. building timber, in all fiz'.-s. comprising Bin x lin, €ih, % lin* 3;u x j[iu. fiin x £in, 4in x £!n, fti >: ljin. 3in x 2in, 3in x ljjn, etc? etc. MONDAY, 21*t DECEMBER, At Roomi, Mane© street. CITY FREEHOLD AND FIVE ROOMS, No. 8 Joces street (off Princes street wroth). PARK, REYNOLDS, LIMITED, are instructed to sell by auction. Pari of Section 42, Block 111., Duuedin, having a froctags of 33ft to Jones street b'r (i depth of 66ft, together with modern Five] roomod Dwelling thereon; bay window, batbt roam, gas; drained to D.B. regulations; plastered throughout. This is a very com' jori&ble home, m a convenient locality, leal than 10 minutes' walk from P.O. For further partisulare apply to the Auetfoneers; er to Mr John Wilkinson, solid* tor, Dowling street. SATURDAY, 19th DECEMBER, At 11 o'clock. At Rooms, 204 Princes street. CANARIES! CANARIES! CANARDS*! i C V R R A JT D CO. _5 will f«l}, on account of Master Harold Gaudin, as above, 12 well-bred caiiarles, '* Towl prcceeda fc *- ■"-- ■"-.-- 'MfifaL ,^f lum fund. ;

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 15679, 18 December 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7 Issue 15679, 18 December 1914

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