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AMUSEMENTS. .QUEEN'S THEATRE, PERPETUAL PICTURE PALACE. Daily, 12 noon til! 10,30 p.m. Ycnr Last Laughs To-day, So Don’t Mist A WORLD’S SUCCESS A Volcano of Laughter. The Vitagraph Star Comedy, glittering with joy, THE ADVENTURES THE ADVENTURES Ha! Ha! Hal THE ADVENTURES OP MISS TOMBOY. Ha! Ha! Ha! OF MISS TOMBOY. OF MISS TOMBOY. The fun is fast and furious in this great Coined v, JOHN BUNNY .and LILIAN WALKER JOHN BUNNY and LUJAN WALKER Are tho fun-makers iti Racing Autos, Aeroplanes, Hydroplanes. Sailing Yachts, Plying Boats, Steam Yachts, which keep you spell-bound. Sco John Bunny’s Fall from the Watcrplane and die. Critics state “it would bring tears to a glass eve.” CANADIANS RALLY ROUND the FLAG. CANADIANS RALLY ROUND the FLAG. Showing 3,5,000 Canadians Embarking at Quebec for England. THE TOPICAL BUDGET. Alive with items of interest. ‘THE CHIEF OF POLICE,' A strong Drama of human hearts. ‘WHEN MEN WEAR SKIRTS.’ “Ruth Boland's” burlesque on Chas. Chaplin—a “scream.” IN DANGER'S HOUR. One of the really worth while stories of man’s friond, the dog. ONE PRICE TO ALL PARTS •. ADULTS, SIXPENCE; CHILDREN, sd. KING- EDWARD THEATRE, SOUTH DUNEDIN. Daily; 1.30 to ](| p.m. Coni iimously. OUR BEAUTIFUL PA THE-COLOR MILITARY DRAMA, Portraying in a Sensational Manner the lives of those who dwell in Marble Palaces, 3,300 ft KING IN NAME ALONE 3,500 ft KING IN NAME ALONE. A magnificent romance of a potty kingdom; its loves, jealousies, and intrigues plainly demoted. A BRAND-NEW HERO, A Keystone magnetic spark, which makes you explode with laughter. GATTMONT WAR GRAPHIC (Latest News of the War). HUNGER KNOWS NO LAW, A Beautiful Domestic Drama. Popular Tariff: ADULTS, SIXPENCE; CHILDREN, 3d. “In the Beauty and Quality of its Sound it is different, from all other stringed instruments." THE MANDOLIN. THE MANDOLIN. LO W-P RIC ED OUT FITS! This charming instrument in delightfully adapted for out-of-doors playing. Tho Mandolin is much favored by young ladies and gentlemen because it is so light and portable, so sweet in tone, and so easy to play. BEGG’-S offer the following COMPLETB OUTFIT S at the popular prices quoted : Tho "Mtignon ’’ Mandolin Outfit. —-A beautiful and genuine Italian-made Mandolin. Real rosewood, 15 purified ribs, tortoiseshell escutcheon, peaii positions, machine head. oic.. fine tone, together with American Cloth Case, (two clasps, lea?tier handle, etc.), ami copy of 'litter. The Complete On UR for 50s. Tho “Medici’' Mandolin Outfit, comprising a splendid instrument, in rosewood, 15 purflcd ribs, tulipwood harder, ■tortoiseshell escutcheon, 17 frets, and an American doth Cos - (cloth lining, doubleaction lock and clasps, leather handle and hinges'; also copy of Tot or <'omplcle Outfit, 50s. (''(HAS. BEGG _ AND CO., LTD., J Ib-adqinnors for Musical Instruments, Princes street. MEETINGS. S.Z. POLITICAL REFORM LEAGUE (DUNEDIN AND SUBURBAN BRANCH). i PUBLIC MEETING of MEMBERS of A. (he. above, and r-Ui’PORTERS. will be held in the Kariv Settlers' T-Jtill TO-MOR-ROW fThnrsday). January 14, as 8 p.m. BUSINESS : 1. To Receive Report from Provisional Executive. 2. Election of Office-bearers; and General. W. R. lintgh, Fsq. ilntorirn President), in ;he chair. A SHORT ADDRESS will ho given bv Mr O. E. STATU AM. TENDERS. SALVAGE fire stock. BING HARRIS, AND CO., LTD.. INVITE TENDERS FOR THE STOC K S M.VAfi KD FROM THE EIRE IN TJiFi R DUNEDIN WAREHOUSE. Condition--: and Terms of Tender and ( ejeeo cf Stock Si.reo- .V a v lie oh, aired and the Salvage Sic,.-;; seen at (he Warehen--. High street. TENDERS CLOSE n. 11 arm, SATURDAY. EXCLUSIVELY I'oß THE TRADE. PUBLIC SERVICE .STORES. TENDER ih.'.i;!). SUPPLY AND I) FT. IV ER V OF STORKS. WVliiuSon. ijih Jar.narv. VMS. QJJWR.VTK TENDERS will m- receiver! y„ I ' 'he office of til.' i. (turman '(doveri'.niciii. Printing Olli-re, not taler than i p rn. e.n WEDNESDAY. ;l,e Null March 1915 fiethe SUPPLY AND DELIVERY, e.i.f. and e., main port-. New Zealand, of the nn hvnioiiloned :—- ?0 non Via FORFAR, fee F.-iCD. 4-I.SOO 11, TWINE, nu-dinn;: am! B) mil.-: WIRE. rubber imidawd, 'win twl--|(d. I '2O. j red i blade. Tlio ■■'n 1 . tenderers will I a required io give security for llie du; perfeuiiape.. of the cenn-ac;. Pa rticn! ir- am. condii him ~ t lendermsr may he oblainrd at tin- offi,.,. <,;' the (’.>nt roller of S.ore-e po-i. ami Tv); - Dcii.irtmem. Wellington : the Dinriei ?|...reft n.pcr. Po-d, am! Telegraph nirni. t hristebureh; ter ;he V;h-grarli Engineers at. A'leklainl and .Dimediu, where mav le- men. MACK AW Chairman. AUCTION.*!. FRIDA A'. 15th JANUARY. SALE BA' AUCTION, Ac 2 ..'.-10.-e:. In I hrvnM n' r - Roein=. Dowling >i renf. Dining Pnom Scire in Sadiceong:. OAK E\■rFNsTOhft TABLE, t.)FAINT <'A R-VFT) POT STAND. HEAVY VELVET PILE : HEARTHRUGS. KERBS ANN) IRONS i me., e-c. : aim 1 OAK ROLL-TOP DESK. ; JAMES SAMSON AND CO ! have been favor—! with in?t ru-t ianr j •e. ■ll by ruction, at. rheir Dr.w Dew-ling street,. a. largo ear-dogne of ITmuto* i hold Furniture, etc., et.-.. including- - I UJ’RBiUT GRAND PIANO. i OAK ROLL-TOP DESK. I OAK SIDE BOARD re v; frourt, I Kerbs -ind irem. fenders and brawn:. o eea. 1 pinna! wibios and chairs, jnbd-c chairs, lamps, | rnriains and fit’.in n s, china, vigre. rev-aa! I HANDED?,III VELVET PILE .SQUARE) GENUINE : FA GRASS CHAIRS, holrum-., onnnnania. pictur:-?. C.ARV.Ri) POT .-TANDS DINING ROOM SUITE IN SADDLEBAGS.' HIGH-BACK OAK DINING CHAIRS, wood bed-;, oak bed?, dnchf-ni* pairs. BEDROOM SUITE, cots, bedding-, d.i. keek, s.i.' Led- - , °!.a!:oti<.wnr,. wire nmtv«f»e!*, kapok maitessseu hock rmit.rresse-. •dr'Tcher-s. TILEBACK WA&UKTANDS. SHELL WARE, cammcih-B. -.i.-iiin-d-wcmd hall stand. OAK HALL S T A X!), hail tahms. ball chairs. wu'hl I nils, meat safe, Uclies' and gent*’ vyc-le*--, k u .-lieu tables and chairs, cooking uteggi.s, etc., etc. •

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6, Evening Star, Issue 15699, 13 January 1915

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