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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15634, 27 October 1914
AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. pLAZA PICTURES Hours To-day: 1 o'clock to 5.30; ! 6.30 to 10 p.m. SONS OF THE SEA. A Glorious Patriotic Film. SONS OF THE SEA. The SONS OF THE SEA. Picture SONS OF THE SEA. of the SONS OF THE SEA. Hour. Showing WHY BRITANNIA RULES THE WAVES. WHY BRITANNIA RULES THE WAVES. Also, ECLAIR, JOURNAL, Direct from London with Latest War News. And TEXAS BILL'S LAST RIDE, A Most, Sensational Western Photo-play. A RACE FOR LIFE. Marion, Holy Terror. The -Man Who Paid. Search, Detective Screamum Comedy. Prices: ADULTS, 6d: CHILDREN, 3d. BEAUTY COMPETITION'. Ist PRIZE, GOLD WATCH. 2nd PRIZE, SILVER WATCH. Over 50 Entries. WUSSELBUttGH PRESBYTERIAN JM. CHURCH. SALE OF WORK, WEDNESDAY. 28th, and THURSDAY, 2Sih October, 1914, In Coronation Hall, St. ivilda. Opening Ceremony bv Mayor of St. Kilda, 'WEDNESDAY, 2.45 p.m. Magnificent Collection of Goods, Useful and Ornamental. Numerous Attractions for Old arid Young-. Splendid Miscellaneous Programme in" Character Both Evenings. Afternoons, 2.45 U> 5 30, Frt".. Evening;?, 7 to 10, THE POPULAR SONG rrs A LONG, LONG WAY L TIPPERARY.' 6d PER COPY: POSTED. 7d. Obtainable at. TERRY'S MUSIC STORES, 174-178 George street, Dimethn. ASTA NIELSEN—A PALPABLE HIT. | THE [INQ'B _THEATRH, FULLERS' CONTINUOUS PICTURES. OUR GLORIOUS PROGRAMME. Positively Scintillates with Brilliant Humor. ASTA NEILSEN. UP TO HER TRICKS. ASTA NEILSEN UP TO HER TRICKS. ASTA NEILSEN UP TO HER TRICKS. Created a Perfect Furore Last Night. Something out of the Ordinary. Siircly vou get your money's worth. ONE OF THE BEST. TO-NIGHT.—WAR NEWS.-TO-NTGHT. TURCOS, ZOUAVES, SERVIANS. BARBED WIRE ENTANGLEMENTS. At Aldershot- for the German Prison*™. MAGNIFICENT WAR SIEIIES. JAPANESE OFF KIAU-CHAU. Bight Up to Date. Come along and see our WONDERFUL PROGRAMME, UNSURPASSED IN THIS CITY. We assure vou that we have ONE OF THE BEST PROGRAMMES Ever Submitted to Picture Patronn. COME AND SEE. ADULTS, 66. CHILDREN, 3d. ffIHE PENINSULA FERRY CO., LTD. JL TIME-TABLE. Monday?, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays.— Leave Duncdin, 11.0 a.m., 5.15 p.ia.; lea*» Portobello-, 7.30 a.m., 3.45 p.m. Wednesdays. —I-Aave Duncdin, 10.0 a.m., 1.30 p.m., 5.15 p.m.; leave Portobello, 7.30 a.m., 12.0 noon, 3.45 p.m. Saturdays.—Leave Dunedin, 10.0 a.m., 2.30 p.m., 6.30 p.m.; leave Portobello, 7.50 a.m., 12.30 p.m., 5.0 p.m. Sundays.— i Leave Dunedin, 10.0 a.m., 2.30 p.m., 6.20 ; p.m.: leave Portobello, 8.0 a.m., 12.0 noon, i 5.0 p.m. Faies: Ariuiis irenira), Is 6d: ; Children, 6d. Concession Tickets. 10 trips i for 5s -.'not avai!ab;<: on Holidays). UNITED GATHERING- OF GOOD TEMPLAR.S will be held in Social Hall, j Octagon, WEDNESDAY Evening, 28th inst., commence 8 o'clock. District Deputy Bra. A. J. Pat-terscn will preside. Suggestions and Short Speeches will be given as to futurs plans of work. Music?! programme provided. Present and past, members of the Order estlv invited io attend. Admission free, l * C. CAMERON, D. Secretary. "A WEE SCOTCH NI C H T." GARRISON HALL, FRIDAY, 30th INST. A RALE HALLOWE'EN NIGHT. .es Burns Nifsi and Speys Fortunes. Come and pec Uncle John eettia' hia Haun Read TREACLE BAPS, KAIL RUNTS*, NEEPS. THE DOOKERS WALE THE BIG ATPPLES. 15 Braw Lads and Lassies Dance the "Ninepins." MUPTCU; PROGRAMME. DUNEDTN'S LEADING TALENT. HIGHLAND MUSIC. HIGHLAND DANCING. Dance till Midnight.
LO KEONGS SALE. TN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM for the New Good% wo arc making BIG REDUCTIONS in FANCY GOODS, CHINA WARE. and TOYS. Come, and inspect our Choice Selection o: Chinese, Tussore, White and Colored Silks. Japanese Crepes, While mid Colors; Silk Handkerchiefs, .Plain and Embroidered. Japanese Lanterns, Umbrellas, and Fans. LO KEONG, 117 GEORGE STREET. JUST OPENED! JUST 01'ENED! THE TRAFA LG A R CAF E, MORAY PLACE (Opposite Public Baths). Tea or Coffee and Teas'., 3d; or Stewed Steak and Onions with Potatoes, 3d. Open from 630 a.m. till 11.30 p.m. Once patronised always patronised. A trial solicited. 1 nr\HE 'Star' Garden Annual, the book for ' A the amateur gardener; full of useful information. All booksellers, one shilling. ANO FOUE\SD. OST, Lady's Fur Necklet I Pictures, Frid'-.y nijjht. at Haywa Reward by | ELECTION HQTICES. , ELECTORS OF DUNEDIN WESO.. i HIT" E, J. MAGUTKE. THE PEOPLE'S ** • POPULAR CANDIDATE, A Man of Sincerity, Courng'o, and Intellect. This True, and Devoted Friend of Labor "\Vi!i Address you at the 0D D FELLO WS' 11A LL NEXT THURSDAY, 29th uisi., 8 p.m. W. E. J. MAGUIRE etands for New ZeaI laud's progress, the people's rights, our i national defence, and Empire solidarity. ■ ROLL UP IN FULL FORCE. | FRONT SEATS RESERVED FOR LADIES. ! DUNEDIN SOUTH ELECTORATE. ' R T. H. DALTON. REFORM' CANDIDATE. Will be pleased to meet Ladies of Ouuedin South at Committee. B/ioms, 239 Kinjr ward street, lHar Town Hall, on WEDN DAY EVENING, at 7.45; Ladies and Gentlemen of Caverfham at 351 Main South road on THURSDAY EVENINTi, V 7.45; and those of St. Ki'ida at Council Cha: FRIDAY EVENING, at 7.45. A cordial invitation is extended to fchoss I desirous of assisting Sir Dalton during oamLIBERAL LEAGUE OF NEW ZEALAND (DUNEDIN BRANCH). j A MEETING OF SUPPORTERS of the ! LIBERAL CANDIDATS for DUNEDIN SOUTH (Mr T. K. Sidey, M.P.) will ba held in the South Duncdin Tottn Hall THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, 27th ins*., at 8 o'clock. 2L B.
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