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AMUSEMENTS. OUR USUAL MODEST ADVERTI^ffiNT'. NEVERTHELESS A BRILLIANT PROGRAMME AT TPI-IE OCTAGON, HAYWARDS' . TO-NIGHT, AT 8. New PJol, Now Actors, introducing BRUCE M'RAE. THE EMINENT ACTOR, In the Famous Political Romance by Cyrus Townsend Brady, THE RING AND THE 'MAN. THE RING AND THE MAN. Truly a. Magnificent Work. A 4-rccl High-cla's Drama. MOST ARTISTICALLY PORTRAYED. Splcvdid Supponinr; Subjects: THE ISLAND' OF MADEIRA. Colored THE ISLAND OF 'MADEIRA. Scenic. THE "BEAR" FACTS ... A Cowcdv-Dvama.. \e,\x stimuli) tinsr n the, cheerful humor ot Daddv Jim and "Sonnv THE LATEST TOPICAL. Shown;? a Grand Series of Events. SUSANNA'S NEW SUIT Comedy. Complications of Married Life. And Complete Programme. St., 6d; D.C., 1b: Pes. BrUtol, Is 6d. (JEW QUEEN'S THEATRE. Daily, 12 noon till 10.2 TO-NIGHT. TO-NJGHT. A Romance of Reincarnation, Pomp and Clitter of tin TO-NIGHT. ;viib nil ih* A REGAL OFFERING. THE MYSTERY OF 'THE 'SLEEPING DEATH. MYSTERY OP 'IHE SLEEPING DEATH. MYSTERY OF THE SLEEPING DEATH. MYSTERY OF THE SLEEPING DEATH. In this Mystifying Photo-play nil Mf.dicai HIS NEW PROFESSION, HIS NEW PROFESSION, HIS NEW PROFESSION A Kcrsr.oiie Fnn Riot., CHARLES CHAPLIN, CHARLES CHAPEIN. CHARLES CHAPLIN. The Most Popular of nil Seren Comedians. Supports Include : PRICE OF A LIE, Colored A.K. Drama. SUMMER RESORT IDYLL, Edison Comedy GAUMOXT GRAPHIC, ETC. ONE PRICE TO ALL PARTS : ADULTS, SIXPENCE;- CHILDREN, 3d, a. p®sis4c CORDEN BRIDOE RE-CONSTRUCTION. I rpENDERS will bo received .it rhi? office A until noon of MONDAY. 22nd FEBRUARY, for RECONSTRUCTION (new superstructure) of the COB DEN BRIDGE at Grevniouth. Drawings, «prcificnlior.s, and conditions of contract may be ~rcn ;it tho Public Works Offices. Auckland, Wellington. Christchurch, Groymouth. and Dunedin. The lowest or any tender not. necessarily accepted, R. W. HOLMES*. Enjrinecr-in-Chief. Public Works Office, Wellington, i4t.ii .Tanv.arv. 1915. HYDRO-ELECTRIC PLANT. rgIENDEBS Trill bo received at this office ■a. until noon of FRIDAY. 30th APRIL. 1915, for the SUPPLY and DELIVERY ni Lyrtclioii of PLANT for the Like Colericljre Hydro-electric Scheme, as follow?: Section 49.—Thrce-ituit Exciter Set. Section 50.—Generator No. A. 1,500 kiloSpecifications, schedule?, and conditions of contract may be seen :it.|he Public Works Office?, Auckland. Wellington, Chri.'tchurcli, aiilT Dunedin, also at the. H.;r;h Commissiencr's Office, London. The lo\vc:-i or any tender not noccs«avih- nccevted. H. J. 11. BLOW, Under-Secretary. Public. Works Driparniicnt. Wellington, 14th January, 1915. CORPORATION NOTICES. GREEN ISLAND BOROUGH COUNCIL, DOG REGISTRATION. 3UBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN .£ t -iji l. the Green I-kind Borough GoitKril has fixed the T>"S I.ileuses for t.ho veaf endin? 31.-1 LINGS pee dog. T. THOMSON. To-.yii Clerk. GREEN ISLAN. LOST AND FOUND. I OST, 3-leaf Laminated Spring for Moii£ J jomery fide ear, South load; reward. F OSTJ (Sunday, between Mr.:-Belburidi and Li wharf). Lndv's Handbsjr; rt-*-ard. Rejrn Harris (care Moore. Moore, and Nichol). f OST, White Poodle Puppy. P'.case rcl J him 116 Highgate. Roslyn.: reward. OST, Gold Gable Bangle. Finder please l rciuru to Mrs Connor. Leviathan Hotel; OST (between Maori Hall arid Frances I street, Kaikorui), Gold Brooch ; regard, turn to M'Cuiloeh's Store, Maori Hill. HOLIDAY RESORTS. rinO LET, small Well-furnished Cottage; 3- three minutes to be&ch. and ten t-o rail* way station. J£r* <3Ugbsoi», &% Viety

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 15703, 18 January 1915

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7 Issue 15703, 18 January 1915

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