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Prophetic.—Little Brother : " Bet he'd ki?6 you if I weren't here !" Sister : " You insolent boy! Go awav, this very minute !"

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21. TRAFALGAR DAY OF GLORIOUS MEMORY. CITIZENS! YOUR OPPORTUNITY HAS COMB. BELGIUM, BRITAIN, AND IRELAND WILL APPRECIATE YOUR ASSISTANCE. LET EVERYONE GIVE ACCORDING TO HIS MEANS. FOUR HUGE MEETINGS IN ONE AFTERNOON, At 230 p.m. POWERFUL ORATORY. INSPIRING PATRIOTIC MUSIC. STIRRING NARRATIVE. VOCALISTS, ORCHESTRAS, CHOIRS, BANDS. THIS LOYAL FESTIVAL SHOULD PROVE A TRIUMPH. HISTORY WILL BE MADE ON WEDNESDAY, 21st OCTOBER. At OCTAGON HALL. | At TRINCESS THEATRE. Admission, 10s or better. Admission, 2s 6d or better. At HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. At GAURISON HALL. Admission, 5s or better. Admission, Silver or Gold. The Greatest Gathering ever held in Dunedin. and for a Glorious Cause. Attend one of these Unique Functions. The Experience will leave no Regrets. SACRIFICE ONE HOUR! FORCO SOME COMFORT! And the Result mvuit Prove a Magnificent Achievement for Dunedin. The remotest parts of the Empire have heard the Call; and BACK THE ANSWER goes: " Our Sons, our Daughters, and our Wealth are at your Service." The Reply from Otago is going to be Heard, Felt, and Welcomed. A HALF-HOLIDAY HAS BEEN PROCLAIMED. J. B. SHACKLOCK (Mayor),

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15628, 20 October 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 15628, 20 October 1914

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