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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 15631, 23 October 1914
AMUSEMENTS. 'LAZA PICTURES Hours To-day: 1 o'clock to 5.30; 6.30 to 10 p.m. Saturdays: 12 noon to 10 p.m. EXCLUSIVE PROGRAMME. EVERY PICTURE A STAR. RIGHTS OF THE HEART Magnificent Star Drama, in Two Reels. The scenery in this Film is Unsurpassed. The entire story is intensely dramatic, ami so true to life flint it appeals to old ami yovmg alike. Also. ECLAIR JOURNAL, Latest Mews from London and Paris, And THE WORLD AND TUB WOMAN", A.B Drama. Supporting' Films Are:' JONES'S FLOWERY OFFER Conilo MADRAS Scenic NOT LIKELY Comedy THE FRUITS OF EVIL ...„ Nestor Drama PRICES: ADULTS, 6d; CHILDREN, 3d. BEAUTY COMPETITION. V GOLD WATCH FOR THE MOST' BEAU'JTFUL GIRL IN DUNEDIN. The. Management takes much pleasure in announcing that arrangements have been made with " Guy, the Photographer," :o take pictures of the young ladies; wishing to enter for the Competition. These Pictures will he screened, at ihe Plaza, and the audience will Vote. ;is to -the Moat Beautiful. TJio six young Indies who get mo3t votes will thou bo cinennttographed by our own ciperator. and again the audience will be tb« judges- iis to tlic order of merit. The Most, Beouiiful Girl will bo presented with a Gold Watch, while a Silver one will be given to the lady getting second place. No Entry Fee. Entrv Cards and Particulars at Plaza Oflicc. WHO IS THE' MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL IN PUNKD.TN? COME TO THE PLAZA AND SEE. IT W.C.A. CONTINUATION SALE -*■ • Of CHINESE LACE. ORIENTAL, ITALIAN, NOVELTIES, PLAIN, FANCY, AND ART GOOD?. TO-NIGHT ONLY, 7 to 9.30, IN NEW HOSTEL, MORAY PLACE. MEETINGS. IMPROVEMENTS TO UNITY GROUND, MOKNINGTON. IN connection wit!; iho above, a. MEETING of RESIDENTS and SUPPORTERS of both the. Moniington Cricket and Football Clubs will bo held in the Borough Council Chambers THIS (Friday) EVENING, at 8 ■o'clock, to consider means whereby this ground may be improved. A large attendance is requested. His Worship the Mayor (W. J. Bolt, Esq.) A'ill preside. LOST ANO FOUND. 3 OS I, in Gardens, Two eonJ tnininjj child's boots and books; reward 66 Maclafrgan street. lOS-J, ou Monday night, Brown Retriever ■J l'up. Reward on returning to 14 Vnlker street. LOST, Black Cocker Spaniel: St. Kilda collar, 24; reward. 98 Prince Albert road, St. Kilda. ' OST (Rattray street-Express Co.), Cameo J Bracelet-; keepsake. Return Miss acers. Express Co.: reward. Gold Locket: baby s photo eu- - closed. Apply " Eclipse," 32 Princes ELECTION NOTICES. ELECTION OF COUNCILLOR (Extraordinary Vacancy). TO THE ELECTORS OF CENTRAL WARD. - ADIES AND GENTLEMEN,—! beg to M.J intimate that I am atrain offering; my services to represent) yon. It' favored with vour confidence and support on Election Day (Tuesday, 27th inst.), 1 nbuU do my bosk to deserve and fully justify your trust in inc. Yours faithfully, JOHN LUNN. Telephone 1.395. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. BROAD BAW £l2o.—Very fine Section, area. 30 pole*: splendid view; last one 1o be obtained in this favorite watering resort. 7535 MACANDREWS. Sect-ions, handy io wharf, from £25 upwards; £5 deposit-, balance 5 per cent-. WAITATI.
Two splendid Sections, ucarlj" .',-aercj hnndv to station. £3O the IoV. " 85.25 WARRINGTON. £4oo.—Splendid new Bungalow, 5 room*-, fully furnuhed; water liiid on; boat, etc.; handv to station. 8520 TIAEK, 'REYNOLDS', LIMITED. WHITE WEEK AT MOLLISONS LTD. Great display of all the newest in. While Fabrics and Garment* for holiday wear. Sec tho window display. Kveryi-liiiifj Marked at F.xcc-ptionrdly Low Prices. No. 1 WINDOW. lOin'Whifn Washing Crepe at Is Gil and Is 9<l yard. 40iu White Pique at k 4d mid Is 6d yard. 28in White Embroidered Crepe. Muslin, 6s lid and 7s _6d yard. 40in White Washing Voile, Is 6d yard. Win White Sponge Cloths, 2s Id yard. Also Novell v Embroidered Robo Length, " No. 2 WINDOW. White Embroidered Dressas and Robes, all tho latest cut, from 19s 6d to 59s 6d. White. Embroidered Blouses, novel and pretty designs, from 6? 6d to 193 6d. White Silk B!ous,e«, dainty styles, at 10s 6d, 12s 6d, 19s 6(1. Aho, 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 la-ce-linen and embroidered styles, Bleached Table 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 Whtto Hats for summer wear in tie City, nil at. tempting prices. No. 5 WINDOW. Ladies' Underclothing, the newest wakes, in fin-a longcloth and cambric; also ttno woven Underwear for BUiuuior use. Tho loading makes in Corsets, including •■W.8.," "P.D.," "I>. and A.," and '' C.8.," White only. Prices, 6s lid, 7s lid, and 8s 6d pair. No. 6 WINDOW. A fine collection of White. SwJ»s Embroideries:, nil widths, in choice patterns. SIDE WINDOWS. Showing a. special iiuo in White Muslin Blouses, beautifully embroidered, some trimmed Val. lace. Price, all 10s Od each. Side Windows, showing a speoial lino in Ladies' Whito Washing Gloves, at Is and Is 6d pair. MOLLISONS LTD., End of Penny Section, George frtroel. TOTWITELSTANDING THE EXCEt=BIVELY HIGH PBICES ruling for FAT STOCK, I am jstill determined to Sol) PRIMEST QUALITY TOR LOWEST POSSIBLB PRICE for Cam over Counter. JAMES HENDERSON, BUTCHER, ARTHUR STREET.
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