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AMUSEMENTS. PLA2A PICTURES. ADULT,"?. 6d; CHILDREN, 3d. Hundreds Unable to Grain Admission Last Nigdit to See th? Magnificent Photo-p'ay. TRILBY TRILBY Featuring SIB HERBERT TREE. SIR HERBERT TREE, THE WORLD'S GREATEST ACTOX, As the Repulsive SYENGALI. SYENGALI. SYENGALL And Miss VIVA BTRKETT M TRILBY. TRILBY. The Greatest P the World Has Se-n. A REVELATION. A. REVELATION. SIR HERBERT TREE Is Supported by hi* own Company from H; Majesty's Theatre, London, mid tie Pictur* t- 'an esaet ieprodi:c-ion of Sir Herbert'^ Late?:- Revival Siaecd at- His Majesty'*. UNSURPASSED. A Modern Miracle cf Pk.lure Art. Note.—' Trilby ' will li<? shown at 1.30, 3.15, 5.0, 6.45, 8.30 p.m. LAST THREE DAYS OF THE 'TRILBY* SEASON. PRICES FOR THIS GIGANTIC PROGRAMME WILL BR AS USUAL: ADULTS, 6d. CHILDREN, 3d. Supporting; Series include: AT THREE O'CLOCK Ford Comic WAR NEWS IN THE ECLAIR JOURNAL WAR. NEWS. IN THE EfJLAIB JOURNAL FIRST-CLASS COOK A.B. Comic EGYPT SoMiio i Where Our Brave Boys Are). ctfm AUCTIONS. FRIDAY, 15th JANUARY, At 2 o'clock, premises, corner Melrose Mreet.an' 3 avenue, Littlr.bDiir/ie l.r.ear TwefA Instructed by Mr J. C. Smith, who ie Je.wing D-medin. SURPLUS FURNITURE. On view morniu? of f-ale. TJARK. REYNOLDS, LIMITED, JL will fell bv aiftion, ns above, YERY' HANDSOME SO LTD ROSEWOOD DRAWING ROOM SUI'iE, Ivorv inlaid and unholn'.ercd in Genoa velirfc, i'vi■AT!) RO-F.WOOD OCCASIONAL TA OLE. nVaw carpet tat shade, new), silk rep curia'ms. <:e.riyie.r herb. Japanese va:.?. vases and bric-u-imie, ?:>.s fog Arc, oil and writer color?. AH SSI YE RED PINE, SIDEBOARD (mirror hark), CHESTERFIELD SOFA and 2 DIVAN EAR" CHAIRS (uiphohtcvcd in art saddlebags). Kauri mirror overmantel, kauri sideboard iwii.'n airtight s-ilver case), kauri bookcasechiffonier, inlaid linoleum, plush dining room suite. 6ft. r.p. extension dining tabic, hall uil/.c, Island curios. RED PINE 3-VVING WART/ROBE <AouW<> mirror door). Red pine bedroom suite., panel bedhead, lti'iiri cb.;ches?e pair, o(lonian eoueh, dressing table, bedstead", mattresses, and budding, and verier,;! bedroom furniture, kitchen table, poti="ar.d nniM, garden tool?, ho?*-, barrow. "" biwn mo'vers. r,tf:D?. 20ft ladder, etc., e.u% TN order to have :he 'Star' out in g0;..1 1 time, it is found impossible to classify tiia: coino ir. after noon. After this hour t'oay cannot b<s claswliai. We would therefore request Advert-hera 10 irindlr b?ar this in mind- »" J «ecd i« >V«u: iarlv.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 15700, 14 January 1915

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6 Issue 15700, 14 January 1915

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