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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15630, 22 October 1914
AMUSEMENTS. HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! fp HE O£T AGON! HAYWARDS’ PICTURES. TO-NIGHT—At B.—NIGHTLY. A Sound of Revelry Last Night. All Risible Faculties Aroused. The Large Audience Enjoyed ‘MABEL AT THE WHEEL.’ ‘MABEL AT THE WHEEL.’ ‘MABEL AT THE WHEEL.’ ‘MABEL AT THE WHEEL.’ A KEYSTONE STAR OF LAUGHTER. Starring Mabel Norm and and Chaplin. GAUMONT’S SPECIAL WAR NEWS. GAUMONTS SPECIAL WAR NEWS. Britain in Amis.—The War Office.—Response to Kitchener’s Appeal.—Marching Through London.—Guarding Somerset- House. —German Liners at Falmouth.—Kaiser’s Grenadiers, and many others of like interest. MARCH OF AUCKLAND FORCES., The Burden. Story of Willow Pattern. JOHN BUNNY’S SCHEME. Relaying a Railway. Breeding Horses. Is and 6d. Reserves Dresden, 'la 6d. EXTRA SPECIAL. Again TO-NIGHT, The First Real Battle Shown. THE CAPTURE OP LOUVAIN. THE CAPTURE OF LOUVAIN. Showing the Gallant Belgians, who held the German hosts up for days. The heroic made by the Louvain Garrison is an epic of the war.
GORE RACING CLUB. SPRING MEETING, MONDAY and TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26 and 27. 1914. SOUTHLAND'S POPULAR RACING FIXTURE, BEST COURSE AND APPOINTMENTS IN SOUTHLAND. Special Traill leaves Dunedin afc 8.5 a-.m. on Monday, arriving Gore 11.44; returning, leaving Gore at 7 p.m., arrive Dunedin 10.25 A GOOD DAY’S OUTING IN PLEASANT SURROUNDINGS. J. LATHAM, Secretary.
THE Standard of Quality—Black Mackay Whisky. WHEN you require a good Hot-water Bag, one that will last, get it at Marshalls Pharmacy. -* Q-GUINEA Miller Organ, sold walnut, iO mirror back; eight stops, powerful tone; easy payments. Holden, Octagon. WATSON’S Whisky is a little dearer than most whiskies, but is worth the money. MEN’S smart Silk ’Shirts, plain and pleated; all prices; special display daily. New Zealand Clothing Factory. M~~ EN’S Straw Hats, the best obtainable, 7s 6d, 8s 6d, 3s 6d, 10s 6d, 11s 6d each. Net? Zealand Clothing Factory. __ CHILDREN’S smart Peter Fan Straws, best shape:;, 3s lid, 4s 6cl, 5s lid, 7s 6d each. New Zealand Clothing Factory. MANDY, useful Suit Cases, strong and light, 7s 6d, 9s 6d, 12s 6d, 15s- 6d, 18s 6d. New Zealand Clothing Factory. BE sure you drink the best Whisky— Black Mackay. PHOTOGRAPHIC Chemicals, Photographic Supplies, Cameras, everything Photographic at Bagley’s photographic importing department. Retail quantities wholesale prices. PAPER for Wrapping-up For Sale. Apply ‘Star’ Office, Bond street. ESTIMATES Free — Painting, Glazing, Decorating, Sign and Ticket Writing; material, workmanship guaranteed; testimonials from hundreds of satisfied customers; lowest prices in the trade Paints, Glass, Picture-framing Requisiteswholesale prices. Wren’s, Wren’s. JUDGE a man by his questions. If he asks for Watson’s No. 10 he is a whisky connoisseur. -j Ark A Best ’ Japanese Grass Draw JIUUU Baskets, 8a each; Hanchou Baskets, 6d each; all sizes. Mutual Stores. WHITE Jap. Silks at lowest prices, wide widths. Is, Is 6d, Is lid; Tussores, Is, Is 3d, Is lid. Dozen oU tifui is. Mutual Men’s designs Slovc-s. Widc-end Ties; beauworth 2s—to clear at BY working you get money; by asking for Watson’s No. 10 you get the best whisky. WHITE Paper for Wrapping-up For Sale. Apply ‘Star’ Office, Bond street. IF you like a rich, full-flavored, tasty Curry, ask for Marshalls Curry Powder. All THE two best “ Blacks ” —the Black Watch and Black Mackay Whisky. WASTE PAPER. \xtaste paper for sale, » » In Lots to Suit Purchasers. Apply ’ STAR ’ OFFICE, WHITE WEEK AT MOLLISONS LTD. Great display of all (he newest in White Fabrics and Garments for holiday wear. See the window display. Everything Marked at Exceptionally Low Prices. No. 1 WINDOW. 40in White Washing Crepe at Is 6d and Is 9d yard. 40in White Pique at is 4d and is 6d yard. 28in Whitu Embroidered Crepe Muslin, 6s lid and 7s 6d yard. 40!n White Washing Voile, Is fid yard. 40in White Sponge Cloths, 2s Id yard. Also Novcltv Embroidered Robe Length. ‘ No. 2 WINDOW. White Embroidered Dresses and Robes, all the latcsi, cut, f-ora 19s 6d to 59s 6d. White Embroidered Blouses, novel and pretty designs, from 6s 6d to 19s 6d. White Silk Blouses, dainty styles, at 10s 6d, 12s 6d, 19s 6d. Also, Novelties in Feather Ties and Boas. No. 3 WINDOW. White Table Linens, in line qualities and exquisite designs, Cloths and Serviettes in all sizes, Fancy Linen Goods in lacclinen and embroidered styles, Bleached Tabic Damasks, full widths, at 2s 3d, 3s 3d, and 4s 6d yard. No. 4 WINDOW. A Charming Showing of Ladies’ and Children’s Millinery, the daintiest and prettiest display of White Hate for summer wear in the City, all at tempting prices. No. 5 WINDOW. Ladies’ Underclothing, the newest makes, in line longcloth and cambric; also line woven Underwear for summer use. The loading makes in Corsets, including ‘‘W.B.,’’ “P.D.,” “D. and A.,” and “0.8.,” White only. Prices, 6s lid, 7s lid, and 8s 6d pair. No. 6 WINDOW. A lino collection of White Swiss Embroideries, all widths, in choice patterns. SIDE WINDOWS. Showing a special iine in White Muslin Blouses, beautifully embroidered, some trimmed Val. lace. Price, all 10s 6d each. Side Windows, showing a special line in Ladies’ White Washing Glovos, at Is and Is 6d pair. MOLLISONS LTD., End of Penny Section, George street. THE SAVOY. SPECIAL TARIFF DURING THE WAR. IN view of the necessity for Economy generally, brought about by the War, the following SPECIAL TARIFF has been adopted: LUNCH Is. TEA la. TEA AND CAKES, any time of Day or Evening, at a uniform charge of 6d. THE SAVOY LTD.. Restaurant de Luxe. P. BARLING, Managing Director. SPUING CLEANING. Now that the housewife is again busy, we have some special lines of interest. LINOLEUMS, 2 yards wide, 2s 3d. 3s 9d, 4s 3d, ss. CARPET SQUARES, 15s 6d, 25s 6d, 30s up to 60s. HEARTHRUGS, Assorted Designs, from 5s lid. A large assortment of CASEMENT CLOTHS, . CURTAINS, and WIN--v DOW, NETS. jTyUTHIES. : DRAPERS, GEORGE STREET, DUNEDIN.
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