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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 15636, 29 October 1914
AMUSEMENTS. PLAZA PICTURES. A Hours To-day : 1 o’clock to 5.30; 6.30 to 10 p.m. SHOWING TO-DAY: THE GREAT AN EXCLUSIVE PICTUJRE THE GREAT EUROPEAN WAR, 1914. THE GREAT EUROPEAN WAR, 1914. THE GREAT EUROPEAN. WAR, 1914. THE GREAT EUROPEAN WAR, 1914. THE GREAT EUROPEAN WAR. 1914. THE GREAT EUROPEAN WAR, 1914. A REVUE ON THE SCREEN. Tho German Pretext: The Assassination of the Crown Prince of Austria. War Between Germany and Prance. THE KAISER RECEIVES ENGLAND'S ULTIMATUM. Tho Historic Scene in the House of Commons, August 4, 1914. The Prime Minister, Sir Edward Grey, Winston Churchill, John Redmond. FIGHTING ON THE FRANCO-GERMAN FRONTIER. SHOWN FOR THE FIRST TIME IN NEW ZEALAND. AN ABSOLUTELY NEW FILM. THE GREAT EUROPEAN WAR, 1914. THE GREAT EUROPEAN WAR, 1914. A Gloriously Patriotic Picture. Sunporting Series: ASHES OF HOPE (2,000 ft) Drama You’re Wanted on tho ’Phono Comedy ECLAIR JOURNAL Topical Direct from London. Sammy and the Fortune-toiler....Trick Comic Prices for this Mammoth Programme; ADULTS. 6d. CHILDREN, 3d. JgEAUTY COMPETITION. Particular's at Plaza Office. No Entry Fee. Ist PRIZE, GOLD WATCH. 2nd PRIZE, SILVER WATCH.
KING EDWARD TECHNICAL COLLEGE. OPENING OF BUILDING TO THE PUBLIC. TO-NIGHT (THURSDAY), OCTOBER 29th, to SATURDAY, 31st. Hours: 2.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m., and 7 p.in. to 10 p.m. TO-NIGHT’S PROGR AMME : 7 o'clock, Forbury School Band; 7.25, Fairies’ Dance (Missr« N. ln?iani and E. Horn); 7.30 to 8, Albany Stieet Choir; 8 p.m., Orphans’ Club. TO-MORROW (FRIDAY) AFTERNOON: Musselburgh School Baud, Technical College Students. SALE OF GOODS. DISPLAY OF STUDENTS’ WORK. PRACTICAL GLASSES IN OPERATION. ADMISSION: AFTERNOON, 6d; EVENING, Is. ~ ~ gome awav’ DUNEDIN BURNS CLUB CELEBRATE HALLOWEEN At the GARRISON HALL on FRIDAY FIRST. SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS. SCOTTISH SA.NGS. DUNEDIN PIPE BAND. HIGHLAND DANCING. Instrumental Quartet and a Tune on the Fiddle. AULD HALLOWE'EN CUSTOMS, EXTRA SPECIAL. —The Lads and Lasses Dancing "The Ninepins’’ and "Snip the Willow.” USUAL DANCE UNTIL MIDNIGHT. PRICES: 2s and Is. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. HOLIDAY BARGAINS AT MOLLISONS, LTD. GREAT OFFERING DURING NOVEMBER OF SPECIAL PURCHASES. HUNDREDS OF USEFUL LOTS, ALL MARKED AT BARGAIN PRICES. NEW SUNSHADES AT HALF-PRICE. Tu.soie and White Sunshades, new crook handles. Usually Cs 6d. Now marked 2s lid. Coioifd Silk and Tussore Silk Sunshades, lined colored silk Usually 8s 6d. Now masked 3s lid each. Novelty Silk Sunshades, in floral, striped, seif colors, black, and white. The new long handles. Usually 15s. Now all 5s 6rl. New Check Silk and Satin Sun-had. s, correct combinations of colorings. Usually 16s 6d. Now all 7s 6d Black Silk and Mo ! rc Sunshades, also New Sfcll-colnu.fl Silk?. Novelty pear] arid fancy handles. Usually 21s. Now all IQs (id each. 120 boxes Lovely Millinery Flowers, the mwcst Continental shades; a charming lot. Worth 2s' to 3« fid each. All marked Is spray. * M (3 L L ISON S, SHOW ROOM SPECIALS, No, 1 Lot.—Trimmed Hats, all new English Models; very stylish and exclusive goods. Worth 21s. All ma.ked 10s 6d. No. 2 Lot.—Trimmed Hats, the most exclusive models; English and Continental styles. Worth 455. All marked 21s. 230 Ladies' Ready-to-wear Straws, burnt straws; white- and leading shades. A. ■ls lid each. 72 Ladies’ Silk Ribbon Hats, the very latest in style and coloring; the ideal ready-to-wear hat. Worth 12s 6d. All marked. 4s lid each 200 Lovely Crepe Blouses, in all the latest colorings; stylishly cut; good washers. Worth 5s 6d. All marked 2s lid. Washing Costumes, in fine linens, in navy. Saxe blue, grev, champagne, rose, ant; black. Worth 425. Ail marked 255. L IMITED, END OF PENNY SECTION, GEORGE S REEL.
JUST A REMINDER. Are your Shim not too heavy for this weather ? I am offering Special Values. Dressy Summer Shirts, 4s 9d, So 6d, and 6s 6u. Linen Tussore Shifts, 6s 6d. Shirts, with Silk Fronts and Cuffs, 6s 6cl and 8s 6d. Pure Siik Shirts, heavy weight, 12s 6d. G E O. HAY, 50 an 1 52 PRINCES STREET. SPUING CLEANING. Xow that the housewife is again busy, wo have some special lines oi interest. LINOLEUMS, 2 yards wide, 2s 3d, 5a 9d, 4s 3d, ss. CARPET SQUARES, 15s 6d. 23s 6d, 30s, up to 60s. HEARTHRUGS, Assorted Designs, from 5s lid. A large assortment of CASEMENT CLOTHS- CURTAINS, and WINDOW NETS. J^UTHIBS, DRAPERS. GEORGE DUNEDIN. STREET, THE two best “Blacks”—the Black Watch and Black Mackay Whisky. BEND a Photogrr.ph to Home friends as a. Christmas greeting, Puttillo. bridal photographer, produces ideal pictures. “ jCNHRISTMAS.’’ —it's time now to got "tL' your Photograph taken for sending Home. PattilL), the bridal photographer. “ 4 CHRISTMAS Reminder.”—Pa.ttillo, -a ßridal Photographer, is now taking beautiful Postcard Photos for the Herat; mails. TJIHE Standard of Quality—Black Mackay X Whisky. DO not continue to suffer from Asthma. Marshalls “ Ready Relief Powder ” gives prompt relief; Is 6:1. Marshalls Pharmacy. AWAY with dull care and sorrow! Watiscu’s No. 10 brings comfort and a brighter outlook. MARTINS, Octagon. — Great time for bargains in Furniture. Caliy early. C” ARPET Ends, 2s lid, 3s reduced to 6s; Carpets from 355. Mar- | tins. DUCHESSE Chests, 355; Tile Washstands, 19s 6d, 27s 6d, up to 70s. Martins, Octagon nnw 10s.—Nearly new walnut iron-frame, j trichord Piano; great bargain. Martins, Octagon. FLOORCLOTHS from 2s 3d running yard; Linoleums from 3s 3d; Inlaids, 3s 6d ■quare yard. Martins, Octagon. pin lOs.—English Piano; suit beginner; 3i.LyW sound, and good tone; cash price. Martins, Octagon. FOR medicinal purposes, the toast, or the friendly nip—Watson’s No. 10 Whisky. PHOTOGRAPHIC Chemicals. Photographic Supplies, Cameras, everything Photographic at Baglay’s photographic importing department. Retail quantities wholesale prices. KINGS may be blessed, but Tam was glorious. So is Black Mackay Whisky. MISS 01/OTJGH’S Sale of Ladies’ Panov Work Closes next Saturday; bargains to be cleared. George street. •w ATSON’S No. 30 is a little dearer than most whiskies, but is worth the money. LADIES 1 —Miss Clough’s Sale Closes on Saturday; fancy work at clearing prices. Ladies’ Depot, George street. i | tHE Basement Hairdressing Saloon, under X new management; everything of the best. Electric Massaaing a Specialty.
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