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***& ' AHUSEMEMf^ jvm glance AwmxmiyF' THE , .^^-— ~ ING'S JH EA T JT$. 1.30 to 10 p.m.—DAILY.—I.3O to l%p.m,' It affords us great pleasure to place s>efc3S Picture-lovers "v, . A HE ALLY MAGNIFICEN-CPRO. -' GRAMME. -•>"' *_ " The Splendid K.B. Drama, THE SPARK ETERNAL. Showing tli© Wonderful Infiuenco-of A Good Woman's Love. ~&. The Thrillins Edison Drama, ■ ' DOUBLE CROSSED. 4 DOUBLE CROSSED. The Delightful Child Eiudy, -> LITTLE MTSCHTBI?. ~*' < s -\ LITTLE .MISCHIEF. The Antics' of .-i Beautiful Little Clii!*-»» : Delightful in the Extreme. TWO CLEVER COMEDIESi HE WOKE DP INt TIME And You hrtve to laush at thes«. OUR WAR SPECIALS: •- , TATHE WAR GAZETTE, Full of Exciting' War Incidents. ** IN THF.i HANDS OF THE KINDL? a DUTCH. * Our Interned Naval Brigade at Groni —Mornin<r March under Gvrrd.—Are «.,, p your friends among- them? . ' WE COMMENCE AT 1.30 p.m., and RUa 1 ? ALL DAY TILL 10, without stopping, j ADULTS, 6d CHILDREN, 3&" AUCTIONS. r TUESDAY, 19th JANUARY, At 2 o'clock. .- On Freniises, Otago Drug Store /l*i« 9&ft and Hayiws), ; Priniss street (opposite National Battk^, SHOP FITTINGS. COUNTERS, SHO . CASES, CASK REGISTER, AND SUNDRIES. PARK, REYNOLDS, UMTHU,. arc instructed by Marshall* Proprf*. lary, Limited, to sell by auction,' 18ft cedar counter (fitted with dmirarjOj large cash register, nickel show case, i&H mi flat counter eases, floor case. 2 wall nrirrOTS, cedar wall shelving; (with niirror back), fern} fiuiiiij (dispensary) with glass doors, nuirars, etc., cedar shelving, 2 large indlarubhsl mats, and sundries. These, are an exceptionally fino lot of bigrtciass fittings, and are suitable; for- cietn&i specially, but most of them axe just what many other shopkeepers iu ether lines can do with. On view till time of sale. TO-MOBROW, TUESDAY, 19th JANUARY, At 2 o'clock sharp. TO THE TRADE ONLY. EXTENSIVE UNRESERVED SALVAGE SALE OF TOBACCOS, CIGARS, CIGARETTES, I .... S P E D D I X G "* is instructed to sell by auction, at his rooms, TO-MORROW (Tuesday), at 2 o'clock, The Whole of the Dtrty-paid Stock* was ill the "warehouse of Biag, Harris. a.nd Co. at the tame ol t&s recent fire. Catn.logiies on application. TUESDAY.. 19th JAKOABSi At 2 o'clock. At Room*. 204 Princes etrsafc. ICURR AND CO. have received instraft* l-J tious to sell by auction, as above, FULL IRON-FRAME PIANO (Steckser), DINING SUITE in SADDLEBAGS (9pi«w GENERAL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, 50 pairs LADIES' AND GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES, 12 GENTS' ENGLISH TAILOR-OTTSUITS, 12 LADIES' COSTUME SKIRTS, 26 pieces E.P. WARE, 50 tins BEST' CEYLON TEA! (Stb), WATCHES AND JEWELLERY. Also, in a Deceased, Etetat#-* 6 GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, 2 GOLD ALBERTS. 1 pair PRTSMOID BINOCULARS, WEDNESDAY, 20th JANUARY, At 2 o'clock. At Rooms, 221 Princes street. HOUSEHOLD WALNUT KIRCHNEE, PIANO, MIRROR-BACK SIDEBOARD. LADY'S AND GENT'S BICYCLES, BEDROOM FURNITURE, Brussels Cc.rpet, Hearthrug, Pot Sttndfe Rose Bowl, Pictures. Ornament*, Linoleums, Lamps. Austrian Chairp, Occasional T«b3f-s and Chairs. Rocker. Mirror-door Waxdrohe, Full-ScoT'?li' Cbe=t, Ductese Chest*, Washstands and Wnro. Wire Shakedowns, Double and Single Iron Bedsteads, Wire and Flock Maitresv.*. Chita s Cot. Whatnot., Sofa, Tables, Chairs. Dinner and Tea Ware. Cooking Utensils, Scales, Pittsli Cart, Iron Gate, Counfar. Lady's an Gent's Bicycles, etc. A LEX. HARRIS AND CO. il n.ra instructed to sell by suction at WEDNESDAY. 20th JANUARY. At 2 o'clock. In Dowiistciirs Boom*, Downing strfK, MONSTER SALE BY AUCTION Of FIRST-CLASS HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, AND FURNISHINGS OF 5 ROOMS, MAGNIFICENT UPRIGHT GRAND ■PIANO. ETC., ETC. REMOVED FROM A COUNTRY CENTRE IN A DECEASED, ESTATE. AMES SAMSON AND 00. ■u. havo been fnvoivd with instructions from the Tnii'tpes in the Batata to cell bv auction at, their DOWN"STAIRS ROOMS. Dowling street, the whole of the Household. .Airmtv.re., prr-n., oi* 5 rooms, incjndiiig— VERY FINE DRAWING ROOM SUIIE IN TAPESTRY. ROLL-TOP DESK. OAK-COLOR Bft EXTENDING- DINING TABLE iverv massive piece of furniture), VERY"qUAINTT OAK SIDEBOARD, MORRIS CHAIRS. Fenders and brasses., copper kerbs and ir»H*. cumins and fittings, take, covers, pictures, ornaments, UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO (firsl-cl&sa iustrvutKiTit of British manufacture), AX MINSTER CARPET SQUARE (latest 3csijrn), Rugs, v.p. hearthrugs, fiWer bowk, pot stands. WINDOW BLINDS, occasional table*, and chairs, Jubilee chairs, SEAGRASS CHAIR'S AND COUCHES, leather chares and couches SADDLEBAG DINING- ROOM SUITE, settees, hall trancU, hall runner, slio imt-H. pas-sago linoleums, oilcloth, 2 OAK BEDROOM SUITES, duefcosses, washetsndk MIRROR-BACK WASH3PAND, 3 DOUBLE IRON BEDS, single iron beds, stretchers, beddinsr. blankets, sheet*, quilte, -war*, child's drop-side cot, cot mattress, comoftode, Idtoliftn furniture and cooking tit-jnsila, STAWGLE, trabs, eto., eto, ON VDaW MORNING OF SALE. ELECTION NOTICES. DUNEDEN* CENTRAL ELECTTON. R MUNEO'S SUB-COi£iIITTEESUTLL MEEr TO-NIGHT (MONDAY) a. follows: KENSINGTON.—Church Room, Bridsre- I man atrett, at 7 o'clock. CAYEESHAM.—Rooma, Main South ro*tl (opposito Oaversham Bakery), at 8 o'clock. CENTRAL ROOMS. Princes *.tr?.et (next A. Harris and Co.), at 8 o'clock. MORNTNGTON. Borough Council Chambers, at 7.30 o'clock. All Friends and Supporters cordially invited. R. BBEEN, General Secretary. DUNEDIN CENTRAL ELECTTON. LADIES' MEETING. [ " A MEETING of LADY SUPPOBTS3BS of < A Mr .1. W. MUNRO will be held in the ' • Trades Jiall. Moray plaJje (opposite First V Church, TO-MOBROW r (TLTSDAY} Alt*. I

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 15703, 18 January 1915

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 8 Issue 15703, 18 January 1915

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