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Page 5 Advertisements Column 9, Issue 15681, 21 December 1914
AMUSEMENTS. OUR CHANG® DAT TO-DAfe XTING EPWABD THEATRE. SOUTH DUNBDIN, Dadly-3 1.50 p.m. to 10 poo. .Continuously, Wa Please Those Who 'Want the Best, TO-DAY I TO-DAY 1 Tha Reliance .Company Present a Delight, fully Pleasing Dramatic Attraction, ‘IN THE NICK OF TIME.’ ‘IN THE NICK OP TIME.* ‘ IN THE NICK OF TIMS.* ‘ IN THE NICK OP TIME.’ ‘IN THE NICK*OP TEMB.» lln the Nick of Tim©,’ as it unfolds oj the scroen, holds one’s attention as by of iron, and tells a touching story of t-ude and devotion. The seen* is laid th© Wild and Woolly West, and there Is this dramatic incident that wealth of cion and intrign© which convinces; whflstthd scenic settings, rich in their composition and. delightful to tna eye, are weddsd to flawleSt’ photography. Supporting Subjects irxhj&s: Loro and Flames Lubin OomstH Dishing Dick’s Dishwater ... Chicago Oomli Storm and Calm on the Coast of Sicily Lucca Boceld Bln© Coyote’s Cherry Crop ... Edison DfltZaa The Pathe Gazetta (No. 253), which con* tains, amongst other subjects: Dusky Comrades from. India on the Movoklb France. —Gorman Field Kitchen Captured Belgian Infantry.—Honoring Lord N« Memory on Anniversary of Trafalgar.-—-don’s Special Constables, etc., etc. Fopidrr Tariff: ADULTS. STNPvVCK: CHTLDEBN* ,Sfl* To All Parts of Or.r A-tiriio and O0m« modions Theatre; ann oun cement ErrßA^s&essss; pEINCESS Direction ... .. Fuller-Brennon, Dtdv 1 VATIDE TILS®* MONDAY, DECEMBER 28, SOMETHING TO TALK ABOUT, A HEART FLUTTERED. VAUDEVILLE. VAUDEVILLE. VAUDEVILLE. VAUDEVILLE. VAUDEVILLE. VAUDEVILLE. VAUDEVILLE. VAUDEVILLE. VAUDEVILLE. VAUDEVILLE. VAUDEVILLE. Hr BEN FULLER takes pleasure Presenting a PROGRAMME Of Exceptional Brilliance and Wonderful Attractiveness, RESERVE YOUR SEATS at the Dresden, Prices! 2s, Is, and fid. SPORTING. Patriotic regatta, PORT CHALMERS. BOXING DAY, DECEMBER 26. Proceeds to be Divided between Belgian Relief Fund and Patriotic Relief Fund, Excellent Entries foj ROWING, SAILING, MOTOR BOAT RACES, Admission do Flagship by Patriotic Badgq, Is each. E. S. WILSON, AUCTIONS. ■A-K TUESDAY, 22nd DECEMBER, At 2 o’clock. At Rooms, Manse street. XMAS CLEARING SAKE. Suitable Xmas Presents. Oil and' Waite#, Colors, Watches, and * ;■ Goods, etc. _ . GENERAL HOUSEHOLD FUBsnTt®*h UNRESERVED SALE ' ' * ■pAEK, REYNOLDS, JL will sell by auction, as above, DRAWING, DINING, AND BEDROOM s ; FURNITURE. r KITCHEN FURNITURE AND TOES®!*®,* Aleo, 50 OIL AND WATER COLORS. ; For Absolute Unreserved Sale (to Close , Accounts). Welches, Cutlery, and Electroplated Goode,’. NOTE.—Our Premises will be OLGMBJm for the HOLIDAYS' from 25th DDCSMWSIfi until TUESDAY, sth January, 1915. Ml TUESDAY, 22nd DECEMBER, RALE BY AUCTION, AT DOWNSTAIRS ROOMS, DOWMNO STREET, REMOVED TO ROOMS FOR CONTEND' ENCE OF SALE. At 2 o’clock. GOODS MUST BE REALISED ON BE* FORE XMAS. G3 TED’S DROP-SIDE COT. FIREPROOF SAFE, OAK DU OH ESSE PAIR, E.P, WALK, UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO (by STEIN, as good new). EXTENDING DINING TABLE, AXMIN6TER CARPET SQUARE, SHELL WARE, Eic,, Etc. TAMES BAMBON AND 00. have boon favored with instructions to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Dowling street, A largo catalogue of SECOND-HAND FURNITURE-, Household Furniture, etc., including—Dining room suite (in saddlebags), oak high-back dining chairs (in moquettei, HEAVY AXMINSTER CARPET SQUARE, imitation marble striking clock, fenders and brasses, kerbs and irons, curtains and fittings, hearthrugs, occasional tables apd cr.atnu Jubilee chairs, INLAID OCCASIONAL TABLE, sea grass chairs, V.P» TABLE COVERS, linoleums. ornaments; RED PINE SIDEBOARD, eip. ware, tea sets, crockery, cutlery, lamps, PIANO fbjr Si ein. first-class instrument), OAK SIDEBOARD, leather chairs and couches, stained walnut sideboard, ball stand. HEAVY HAIL HUNNY.iI, slip mats, hall chairs, hall tablM, oak beds, rouble ir-m beds, single iron beds, wary H G TIFUL DUCHESSE PAffi 1. < ruinorr, chests of drawers, i: /, mattresses, Jxsdding, kapok . ’-PIECE OAK BEDROOM '.VINO-MIRROR CHEV.fL, WAKE. VI All BLBr TOP, TILE BAGEL v/ire stretchers, flock mattroßisß, (pints, -;i;-£U, blanket?. Jiaon, ladies’ ftni emit?' rvcle.s. SEWING MACHINE, meat each. WASHING MACHINE, tubs, books, kitchen dressers, t Abies, chairs, OOOkjsg utensils, etc., eto. chiM’-i M NO RESERVE. TO" BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER. WEDNESDAY, 25rd DECEMBER,' At 2 o'clock. At Room*, Princes street. 5-SEATED vulcan motor cab, 12-16 H.P.; in Running Order, Now on View. j^LBX. HARRIS AND CO, WEDNESDAY, 2&d DBOEMS2a4| At 2 o’clock. At Rooms, 221 Princes street, houbeholdluentturb. PIANOFORTE (by BORD).' WALNUT SIDEBOARD fMSrror’ Back), Morris Arm Chair. Music Canterbury, SUITE IN LEATHER. ANTIQUE WOOD BEDSTEAD. Ovcicnantelr., walnut music ' canterbun rattan chairs, Austrian chairs, spring xockei occasional tables, plcium, coaches, arm an wiCker *hrirs, dining table, framed mirron linoleums, ducheue cherts, double Iron bed stands, wire and fltek mattresses, cherts c drawers, mlaLAdoor wardrobe, marble v.-nrt Stands, hsdroofi wtxe, shakedowns. child’ cot, gnats’ bicycles, kitchen dreaser, o: cooker, mantelpieces, iron gates, watches end (sundry lines jeceßory, -etc. , - Alex. / EAsate i«o bapsi tsjWi instsocteij So eell' ton, at their Hoamfc 4* Above. ’
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