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AMUSEMENTS. HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! 1 H E O JC_ T A G O N. ~~ HAYWARDS' PICTUR.ES. TO-NIGHT—At B.—NIGHTLY. A Sound of Revelry Last Night. All Kisible Faculties Aroused. All Risible Faculties Aroused. 'MABEL AT THE WHEEL.' ■ 'MABEL AT THE WHEEL.' 'MABEL AT THE WHEEL.' 'MABEL AT THE WHEEL.' A KEYSTONE STAR OF LAUGHTER,. Starring Mabel Normand and Chaplin. GAUMONT'S SPECIAL WAR NEWS. GAUMONT'S SPECIAL WAR NEWS. Britain in Arms.—The War Office.—Response to Kitcheners Appeal.—Marchhtg Through London.—Guarding Somerset House. —German Liners at Falmouth.—Kaiser's Grenadiers, and many others of like, interest. AURCH OF AUCKLAND FORCES. The Burden. Story of Willow Pattern. JOHN BUNNY'S SCHEME. Relaying a Railway. Breeding Horses. Is and 6d. Reserves Dresden. Is 6d. EXTRA SPECIAL. Screening TO-NIGHT. The First Real Battle Shown. THE CAPTURE OF LOUVAIN. THE CAPTURE OF LOUVAIN. Showing the Gallant Belgians, who held the German hosts up for days. The heroio stand made by the Louvain Garrison is an epic of the war. 6d. 6d. 6d. 3d. 3d 3d. _>LAZA _PIGTURES| Hours To-day: 1 o'clock to 5.50; 6.30 to 10 p.m. Saturdays: 12 noon to 10 p.m. Exceptional Attraction. ALL-STAR PROGRAMME. First Star, Magnificent Society Drama, OPAL RING. OPAL RING. Superbly Mounted, Cleverly Portrayed. Second Star, The Two-Reel Rex Drama, I MODFRN FAIRY TALE. MODERN FAIRY TALE. I Featuring Phillip" Smnlley, who took a, prominent part in the 'Eos.ary.' Produced by Lois Weber for the Rex Company. Supporting' Filing: lives of Satan I,oooft Comedy. Isle of Shye Tinted Scenic. And Getting Rid of Mother-in-Law, An Out-and-out Comic. Adults 6d. 6d. 6d. Children, 3d, 3d, 3d.

A RECITAL BY PUPILS OF MR C. W. JOHNSTONE. IX THE DRESDEN CONCERT CHAMBER, on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1914, at 8 p.m. PROGRAMME. 1. Fart Songs-(a) 'Return, Soft Gentle/ 7. Song—' Lei, Me Loco Thee' iL'Arditi).— Evening' (Emerson), (b) 'Banish, 0 Mr Arthur A 100. Maiden' 'Lorenz). Messrs Miller, Stephens, Reid, M'Fnrlanc, Harding, Clark, Scott, Green. 2. Sonc—' Song of the Bow ' (Alvvrard). —Mr H."E. Clark. 3. Song—'Fallen Roses' (Tate).—Miss Mar- 10. Sung—' On Wings of* Song' (Mencfcls?arel Walker. 4. Song—« Mother ©' Mine' (Tours).-Mr E. u - Song-' Ave Maria' <Schubcrt).-Miss s»™i,„ n c Ailecn G. Montzson. 6. Song—'Melisande in the Wood" (Aim. Goetz).—Miss Memo Miller. 8. Part Sou;,'- -■-„ -~ man). 9. Songs—ia) 'The Red Sarafan' (Variant ofl), (b) 'You Are My Darling'' (Varlamoff). —Miss Joy Fancourt. sohn).—Mr Ronald Miller. ~ JT ~,,.„ , . ~ . , T 12. Song—"The Windmill' (Nelson).—Mr ongs—(a) 'Lullaby' (Brahms), (b) 'Love, Ber ° Greel , v ' Song' (Bralsni9).-Mißs Eva Grey. 13 _ go]]R _ . s ' ercn:ult ,. (Sdiubert). - Miss ong—'Melisande in the Wood' (Alma- Madeline Paferso':. Goetz).—Mbs Memo Miller. ) 14. Part Song—' Lovely Night' (Ciiatwcl). ' God Save, the King.' At the Piano. Miss Gawne. All interested in vocal work r.re cordially invited to be pre?enl. Admission Programmes may bo had on application to Ihe Dresden, or from any of

M»i.UUUMMA!ffifI WANTED Known—Scott's Influenza Mis tttre is a ante, certain, and tpeed; remedy; 2s 6d. Scott's Pharmacy. Photographs!" How J eagerly friends at, Home will welcome your photograph; order now. m Pattillo, bridal photographer. " TT'S Time '." to get your Photograph i. taken at Pattilio's Bridal Studio foi posting Home for Christinas! 3, bridal photographer. PHOTOGRAPHIC Chemicals, Photographic Supplies, Cameras, everything Photographic at Bagley's photographic importing department. Retail quantities wholesale prices. "INGS may be blessed, but Tam was . glorious. So is Black Mackay Whisky. UALlTY~a~lways wins. That's~\vhj r Wafr ■ son's No. 10 is the foremost whisky. STIMATES Free--Painting, Glazing, De- _ J corating; Sign and "Vied- Writing; nriteri'i!, workmanship gi. vanltcd; testimonials from hundreds ot satisfied customers; lowest prices in the trade Paints, Glass, Picture-framing Rcquisjiles, wholesal price;. Wren's, Wren's. >E sure you drink the best Whisky—--13 Black Mackay. pOR Sunburn, Red Hough Hands, freckles, Chapped Hands, nothing equals liaralls Toilet Cream; Is 6d. Marshalls Pharmacy. r ATSON'S Whisky is a little dearer than t » most whiskies, but is worth the money. EOYAL STARLING; 10 h.p. car; spleii did order, reliable, economical; «ooi hill climber. £BS. " [>UICK; 4-seater; beautiful condition: O full equipment; silent; speedy; £250 Cooke, Howlison. OVERLAND; 2-seaur; good order; o leaving Dominion; must sell. £l2O. VUICK7~S-sentev7~l9l.s modelTfuTl equip .P lueut: very hand-owe car; £2-50 Cooke, Howlisou. rUST~Lancied- Humbereilss, 8 bTp7~GIBSI <J A.C., 10 h.p., f-235: Calihorp© Minors £225. TEW ' Buick Cars.—Shipment, arrived; 1 prompt deliveries; special discount.' isli. Cooke, Howlisou. JUDGE a man by his questions. If In asks for Watson's No. 10 he is a whisky IAPBR for Wrapping-up For Sale. Applv ' Star' Office, Bond street. rjRHB 'Standard - oF'Quaiity— Black Mackay X Whisky. ONE of the best Internal Remedies foi Curing Nervous Toothache is Mar ails Fospherinc: Is, chemists, stores. »Y working you get money; by asking j»_£ for Watson's No. 10 you get the best whisky. WASTE PAPSR, TASTE PAPER FOR SALE t» . In Lots to Suit Purchasers. Apply -STAR' OFFICE. SPRING CLEANING. Now that the housewife, is again busy, wo have some special lines of interest. LINOLEUMS. 2 yards wide, 2s 3d, 3s 9.1. 4s '3d, ss. CARPET' SQUARES, 15s 6d, 23s 6d. 30s, up to 60s. HEARTHRUGS, Assorted Design?, from 5s lid. A large assortment of CASEMENT CLOTHS. CURTAINS, and WINDOW NETS. TTXUTHIES, DRAPERS, GEORGE STREET, DUNEDIN. . WASTE PAPER. [TASTE PAPER FOR SALE ' In Lots to Suit Purchasers. Apply 'STAR' OFFICE. LACE DOYLEYS. Guipure Lace Doyleys, Is 9d, 2s 3d. Guipure Lace Centres in Round, Oval, and Oblong, 3s 3d, 4s 3d, 5s 3d, 6s 90, 7s 6d. NOVELTIES IN FANCY LINEN GOODS. NEW DESIGNS IN SPRING TABLE LINENS. SOY AND SUTHERLAND, 192-200 PRINCES STREET.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15628, 20 October 1914

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