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AMUSEMENTS. EXTRA WAR SPECIALS IN HAYWARDS’. OCTAGON. THE QUALITY HOUSE. TO-NIGHT'S PROGRAMME. NEW PICTURES. NEW MUSIC. 600 Sears at 6d. To Book, 535 Scats at Is. 6cl extra. This Programme contains a very flno Budget or Choice Picture Gems. 8.0 —Overture —Orchestra. 8.3 —Germans Entering Brussels.—Special. 8.8 —The Rums of Termonrte.—War. B.l3—Gaumont War Graphic.—Topical. B.2l—Crocodile Hunting.—Sport. B.24—GHOST OP GRANLEIGH— Drama. Every foot interesting. The Story contains a splendid Moral Lesson. B.42—The Fjords of Norway.—Scenic. B.47—BILL’S JOB. —Clever Comedy. 0.5 —INTERVAL 9.11—A SCOUNDREL'S CHANCE.— Drama. As tho title suggests, the Story is decidedly tragic, but so well acted that one's attention is held from start to - finish. 9,26—GOODNESS GRACIOUS (Part I.). -GOODNESS GRACIOUS (Part IT.). A Star Comedy by VUagraph Company. ENTERTAINING! ENJOYABLE! A Guarantee of its quality: All the Vila Company’s Slavs Take I'avt. 10.5 —‘THE KING.' —Orchestra. Plan Dresden. ’Phono 3,091, open 6.30. THE PENINSULA FERRY CO.. LTD. TIME-TABLE. Mondays, Tucsdayi-, Thursdays, Fridays.— Leave Dunedin, 11.0 a.m.. 5.15 p.ra.: leave Portobcllo, 7.30 a.m.. 3.45 p.m. Wednesdays. —Leave Dunedin, 10.0 a.m., 1.30 p.m., 5.15 jp.m.; leave Portobcllo, 7.30 a.m., 12.0 noon, 3.45 p.m. Saturdays.—Leave Dunedin, 10.0 a.rn., 2.30 p.m., 6.30 p.m.; leave Portobcllo, 7.30 a.m., 12.30 p.m., 5.0 p.m. Sundays.— Leave Dunedin, 10.0 a.m., 2.30 p.m., 6.20 p.m.; leave Portobcllo, 8.0 a.m., 12.0 noon, 5.0 p.m. Fares; Adults (return), Is 6d; Children, 6d. Concession Tickets, 10 trips for 5s (not available on Holidays).

LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. KING EDWARD TECHNICAL COLLEGE. OPENING OF BUILDING TO THE PUBLIC. CONTINUATION OF FETE. TO-NIGHT (MONDAY) At 7 o’clock. TO-NIGHT, AND TO-HOT!ROW AFTERNOON AND EVENING SPECIAL CONTINUATION PROGRAMMES. TO NIGHT'S PROGRAMME. MORAY PEACE BAND. 7.50; ENTERTAINMENT BY STUDENTS; PROGRAMME BY LTRDBRTAFEL SOCIETY. ' TO-MORROW (TUESDAY) AFTERNOON. Technical College Pupils, Singing, Drill, and Dancing. SALE OF GOODS, DISPLAY OF STUDENTS’ WORK, PRACTICAL CLASSES. SPECIAL BARGAINS IN ALL STALLS. Everylliing (o bo cleared, Prices sacrificed. ADMISSION: Afternoon, 6d; Evening, Is; Children. Half-price. HOLIDAY BARGAINS GREAT OFFERING DURING NOV: HUNDREDS OF USEFUL LOTS, AL; NEW SUNSHADES AT HALF-PRICE. Tussore and White Sunshades, new crook handles. Usually 6s 6d. Now marked 2s lid. Colored Silk and Tussore Silk Sunshades, lined colored silk. Usually 8a 6d. Now marked 3s lid each. Novelty Silk Sunshades, in floral, striped, self colors, black, and white. The, now lone handles. Usually Iss. Now all 6s 6d. New Cheek Silk and Satin Sunshades, correct combinations of colorings. Usually 16s (id. Now all 7s 6d Black Sill; and M-owe, Sunshades, also New Self-colored Silks. Novelty pearl and fancy handles. Usually 21s. Now all 10a Cd each. 120 hexes Lovely Millinery Flowers, the newest Continental shades: a charming lot. Worth 2s to 3s (id each. All marked Is snray. MOLLISONI END OP PENNY SECT AT MOLLISONS, LTD. 3MBER OF SPECIAL PURCHASES. 1 MARKED AT BARGAIN PRICES, SHOW ROOM SPECIALS. No. 1 Lot.—Trimmed Hats, all new English Models; very stylish and exclusive goods. Worth 21s. All marked 10s 6d. No. 2 Lot.—Trimmed Hals, the most exclusive models; English and Continental styles. Worth 455. All malked 21s. 260 Ladies’ Ready-to-wear Straws. burnt, straws; white and leading shades. • Ai. 4s lid each. 72 Ladies’ Silk Ribbon Hats, the verv latest in style and coloring; the ideal ready-to-wear hat. Worth 12s 6d. All marked 4s lid each 200 Lovely Crepo Blouses, in all the latest colorings; stylishly cui : good washers. Worth 5s 6d. All marked 2s lid. Washing Costumes, in fine linens, in navv, Saxo bine, grev. champagne, rose, aprt black. Worth 425. All marked 255. 5, LIMI TE D, lON, GEORGE S’ IIEET.

SPUING CLEANING. Now that iho housewife is again busy, wo have some special linc.< of interest. LINOLEUMS, 2 vaults wide, 2 s 3d, as 9d 4s 3d 5,5. CARPET’ SQUARE?, 15s 6d, 23s 6d, 30s, up to 60s. HEARTHiIUGt>, Assorted Designs, from 5s lid. A large assortment of CASEMENT CLOTHS, CURTAINS. and WINDOW NETS. J’yUTHIES, DRAPERS, GEORGE STREET. DUNEDIN. DAINTY NECKWEAR, To 'Wear with the Newest- Spring nion=c,s. is hero in great, variety. THE NEW MEDICI COLLARS, ROMAN BOWS, SILK AND LACE COLLARS, FRONTS. JABOTS, ETC,, BTC. Tuiiy a Charming Selection of till that. 0 Dainty in Neckwear at mHEIINIqU E ST o RE S. ■*- STUART STREET, •MO I ERE THE BARGAINS ARK.” NOTICE TO HNEMCLOYED, MAR It) ED MEN will, ore Unemployed arc requeued to MEET TO-MORROW (Tuesday) MORNING, at. 10 o’clock, at the Victoria Statue. Triangle. Rattray sheet. T, HELSON, Convener. FOR PRIVATE SALE, Mil JAMES MACKENZIE’S "ACHADH FEIDH” ORCHARD, CROMWELL, well known in one of tho finest Fruit-grow-ing Properties in Cent rat Otago. Comprises SO acres ideal Freehold Land, eommanded by abundant never-failing wafer supply. 22 acres orchard; 2.775 .assorted trees, various ages, including 1.150 apples; now showing, fine crop apricots; and estimated output. £I,OOO. Owner’s sole reason for selling account failing health. Vety easy terms can be arranged. We strongly u.ee inspection. Apply ,1. GO ODDER AND CO., Cromwell. KINGS may bo blessed, but Tam was glorious. So is Biack Mackay Whisky. r>/vGTHNEA Iron-frame Piano, by Hnake; •jt f wonderful tone; handsome appearance; 5s weekly ■ payments. Holden, Octagon. r|VH F. "Basement Hairdressing Saloon, under A now management; everything of the kec-t. Electric Massaging a Specialty. .■VST'ATSOX’FNoTIb b‘a Htllo'doarer than TC most whiskies, but is worth Hie money. D'TJCHESSE Chests from 355; Chesterfields, £C 10s; Wood Bedsteads, £1 ss. Watts. George and Princes street. TntOß medicinal purposes, the toast, or the jic friendly nip—Watson’s No. 10 Whisky. .■VSTREN’S New Paperhangings, Friezes and tv Cretonnes to match; Latest Interior Decorations; beautiful designs and colorings, highost-claSs goods, remarkable low prices; estimates free for Paperhanging, Painting, Decorating, G lazing. Wren’s, Wren’s. C’TOOD Whisky hurts no man. AVntson’s 3T No. 10 is safest, because purest and best. SMILE, and the world smiles with you; kick and you kick alone, for the cheerful grin will let you iu at Guy’s Studio, whore the kicker is never known. "ORETTY Child Competition still going A strong, £5 5s and £3 35.. Particulars at Studio, Princes street; tel 3,188. THE two best “ Blades ” —the Black Watch and Black Mackay Whisky. M~ ARTIN’S Worm Syrup best remedy removing trouble; pleasant to take; suits young or old. Marshalls Pharmacy. RS GARDNER," 151 King stitet. gives higbes: pric- ror GeniC Clothing. Boots, tic. Lcucis attended to v

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15639, 2 November 1914

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