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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 15629, 21 October 1914
AMUSEMENTS. THE RING’S _THEATRB FULLHHS’ CONTINUOUS PICTURES. 6.3O—EVERY EVENING .-6.30. LOUVAIN THE NAME WILL NEVER DIE. The Belgian Lancers. The, Burning House*. What Happened lo tiro Innocent Peasants. THE SPLENDID NOKDTSK DRAMA, AS YOU SOW. Tim Life Story of a Usurer. A Powerful Photo-Drama, Magnificently Staged. Full of Exciting and Dramatic Situation.?. A Very Human Srory. Magnificent Supporting Subjects: WIRE CHIEF’S REWARD' Drama. RUBE THE INTERLOPER Comic. SUGAR INDUSTRY Interest. THE BULLY’S DOOM Comedv. YO,SEMITE VALLEY Scenic. PATHES ENGLISH GAZETTE. Special War Number, Austrian Cavalry, Prussian Grenadier?. STIRRING WAR SCENES. ADULTS, 6d. CHILDREN. 3d. MARINE EXCURSIONS. SUNDAY. 25th OCTOBER, AND LABOR DAY. MAHENO, t.s..s. (circumstances jiormitling), leaves Dunedin 10 a,.in., returns 4 p.m., arriving Dunedin 6 p.m., for Maori Kaik and North Spit. FARE: Is ltd urn. 34 Miles’ Cruise of the Harbor for Is. Cheapest Trip in the World. DUNEDIN FERRY CO,, LTD. TRAFALGAR DAY DEMONSTRATION, GARRISON HALL, TO.-NIGHT (WEDNESDAY), OOT. 21. at 8. Under the Auspices of the Navy League fOiago Branch). Members and tho general public are invited to Attend tho above, when tho following Programme will be submitted: ADDRESSES ‘ The Discipline of War.’ . Dean Fitchctt. ‘Moral Aspect of Imperialism.’ Rev. W Hay. LANTERN ADDRESSES, ‘ Germany and the War.’ Mr W. J. Morrell. ‘ Tlio Navy of Old England.* Mr C. Darling. The Lyric Quartet will Sing. Mr W. W. Crawford will Recite. Tho 4th Regiment Band will Play. Members enter by tho Dowling street side entrance. The General Public (Adults Only) will bo Admitted ut 7.45 LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. WHITE WEEK AT MOLLISONS LTD. Great display of all tho newest in White Fabrics and Garments for holiday wear. Sec (ho window display. Everything Marked at Exceptional!v Low Prices. No. 1 WINDOW. 40in White Washing Crepe at Is 6d and Is 9d yard. 40iu White Pique at Is 4d and Is 6d yard. 28in White Embroidered Crepo Muslin, 6s lid and 7s 6d yard. 40in White Washing Voile, Is 6d yard. 40in White Sponge Cloths, 2s Id yard. Also Novelty Embroidered Robe Length. " No. 2 WINDOW. White Embroidered Dresses and Rohes, all the latest cut, from 19s 6d to 59s 6d. White Embroidered Blouses, novel and pretty designs, from 6s 6d to 19s 6d. White Silk Blouses, dainty stylos, at 10s 6d,
12s 6(1, 19s 6d. Also, Novelties in Feather Ties and lions. \ No. 3 WINDOW. White Table Linens, in fine qualities and exquisite designs, Cloths and Serviettes in all sizes, Fancy Linen Goods in lacelinen and embroidered styles, Bleached Table Damasks, full widths, a! 2s 3d, 3s 3d, and 4s 6d varll. No. 4 WINDOW. A Charming; Showing of Ladies' and Children's Millinery, the daintiest, and prettiest, display of White Hats for slimmer wear in the C'itv, all at templing prices. No. 5 WINDOW. Ladies’ Underclothing, the newest makes, in lino longcioth and "cambric; also fine woven Underwear for summer use. The leading makes in Corsets, including "W. 8.,' 5 ” P.D.,” “ I>. a.nd A.,” and “C.8..” White only. Prices, 6s lid, 7= lid, and 8s 6d pair. No. 6 WINDOW. A lino collection of While Swiss Kmbroideries, all widths, in choice pat,lems. SI Dll WINDOWS. Showing a special lino in Whit* Muslin Blouses, beautifully embroidered, some, trimmed Yal. lace. Price, all 10s Cd each. Side Windows, showing a sjtccial lino in Ladies' White Washing Gloves, at Is and Is Gd pair. MOLLISONS LTD., Fnd of Penny Section, George street. TO LET. OFFICES and Sample Booms, small and large; very central; very low rentals. Hooper, 52 Crawford street. TO LET, 8-roomed House; ail conveniences; No. 80 Queen’s Drive, Musselburgh. Archibald Miller, George street. TO LET, 4-roomcd House, Elm vow: rein ICs weekly. Apply D. Trainer, Arcade. (■'-BOOMED House To Let: every convcnii) once; hj. and c. Apply 534 Castle. .si rest. fill) LET, Office and Small Warehouse; 30 A x 40; central; ground floor: low rental. Box 32. mo LET, 6-roonied House; bathroom, gas, JL hot and cold water. Apply 52 York j place. ! mo LET, Three ami Eive-roomed Houses, JL Maitland and Walker streets; rent, moderate. Beck Bros., Walker street. TO LET, handy 4 roomed House, opposite Gardens, in Valley. Apply 28 Gladstone road. mo LET (City), 5, 6, 8, 9, 10-roomed A Houses, 8 Houses suburbs. Macassey and Co. * SPLENDID large Ebop and Living Booms at Cargill’s Corner; electric light; reasonable rent Carter, Exchange Court. ITO LET, 4 and 6-roomed Houses; hj. and J. c. water; drained; 10s and 15s. 74 Dundas street. ACKSON STREET.-5 Booms; hj. and c, bath, drained; 14s 6d week. Harlow, above D.I.C. DIiKE STREET—Six Booms; gas. hj. and e., bath; near tram. Harlow, above D.I.C. i mO LET, woll-linishel Seven-roomed DwolljJ. ing; every convenience; moderate } rental. Richardson street, St. Kilda. TO LET, Six-roomed House. Silverstream, Whare Flat. Apply R, Leishinan, : North Taicri. i mO LET (9 Brown street), modem House j A (7 rooms); every convenience; lovely | view; 25s weekly. Bryant. 1 mO LET <452 King street), comfortable iA t 5-roomcd House; drained; rent 16s [ wecllly. Bryant, agent. Octagon. TO LET,' <3-roomed House, Leith Valley mad, Woodhaugh; all conveniences. Sievwright, James, avid Nichol. TO LET, 5-roomed House, Carr street, N.E. Valley. Sievwright, James, and Nicbol. HIGH STREET, Maori Hill.—Sunny Sixroomed Villa, with every modern convenience; 18s 6d. Patersons, 142 Rattray street. TO LET, 5-roomed House (all conveniences), Neville street, Caversham. Apply J. M'Donald, 58_ Princes street. TO LET, large Furnished Room, with us© of kitchen; elderly lady preferred. Apply 12 Jones street. TO LET, Furnished 5-roomed House; modem conveniences; electric light; drained; low rent; north end. Samson. 5 ROOMS (Eden street, off frnion. street); bath, tubs, hot water, drained; 14s. Apply Champion, opposite. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. TACKS ON’S Private Hotel, Dowling street, IJ Dinner 12 till 2; Tea, sto 7; Sheials and Parties catered tor; wmmitteo room, j First-olaes Accommodation Visitor*. /"t LADSTONE House. Moray place (new t VJT management).—Best accommodation visitors; personal supervision. Moss and j [M Thereon;,
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