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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15645, 9 November 1914
AMUSEMENTS. IVEW QUEENS THEATRE PERPETUAL PICTURE PALACE. Dailv: 11.50 till 5.30; 6.30 till 10.30. SPECIAL - VITAG RAPH FEATURE. SPECIAL VITAGRAPH FEATURE. For Virility, Vigor. Action, and Power it, is Unsurpassed. NIGHT RIDERS OF PET ERSH AM. NIGHT RIDERS OF PETERSHAM. NIGHT RIDERS OF PETERSHAM. NIGHT RIDERS OP PETERSHAM. NIGHT RiPERS OF PETERSHAM. NIGHT RIDERS OF PETERSHAM. An Exciting Play of Lawlessness IN THE WILD WEST. A Dramatic Story of Illicit Stills. SENSATIONAL, INSTRUCTIVE, ENTERTAINING. Contained in 5,000 ft of Superb Film. SPECIALS. SPECIALS. LORD ROBERTS Inspecting and LORD ROBERTS Reviewing KITCHENER S ARMY KITCHENERS ARMY And WIRELESS FROM THE WAR. WIRELESS FROM THE WAR. The Evolution of Tommy—The Looiers of the Deco—Business as Used—Frontier Booking Ollice: 8,000,000 SINGLES for Berlin— Tlio Belgians having Flooded tho Country Round Termnride —Brothers in Ailliction Uncle Sam and " Nothing Doing." A new Keystone, tho meres title of which suggests; endless fun. CAUGHT IN TIGHTS. CAUGHT IN TIGHTS. CASCADES OP THE PYR.ENF.wS. Picturing Famous Falls on the FrancoSpanish Border. \ K. Big Feature Comedy. A MODERN HERO. A whimsical film version of ‘David Garrick.' THE LATEST WAR. NEWS Is represented in the ‘Topical Budget.’ A Really Great Programme. ONE PRICE TO ALL PARTS; ADULTS. SIXPENCE; CHILDREN, 3d. In London. TECHNICAL COLLEGE BAZAAR. fSTHK following arc the PRIZE-WINNERS JL in connection with tho above:—A. Anderson, R. J. Lillie. J. Angus, Mr CaWer, M. Cox'.'U, F. I.umlcy, IV. Filming, C. F. Drummond. F- A. Brt inner. *f. 51. Smith. I Walker, IT Smcllic, Violet Hitchcock, ,W. Cro-kut, d. ERioi, K. Bennett, J. Trimble, James Stewart. Unknown Ticket 15. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. \TE\V Overalls, personally selected by T. X Ross. Full-fining lines, to sum tall, irdium, and petite ladies; P. Strong Casement Clotii. Print, and Drill stripes, cheeks, spots and pretty ■ompadour pan'orns; entirely new.^ IRESSY Shanes, mostly with (TVRESSY Shanes, mostly with Kimono sleeves, handed waist, and full skirt, ’rices aro from Is lid, 2s 6d. )S Hd. and upwards. Par and away the cheapest and best Ovcrails in Dunedin, d T. Ross's, direct importer^ [XT'ANTED, Girl" for packing room. MacH dougall and Co.. Moray place. reliable and trustworthy Canfy vassers for country. Apply 96 King reed, 7 p.m. JXTANTED To PnreUase. 7-roomcd House, i V Willi some land attached.: handy City, Retired Farmer," ’Star’ Cilice. rANTED To Buy. Tea Lead m any (■Uiaul.ii.tcs. Irvine and ,Stevenson, , Filicul street-
HOLIDAY BARGAINS AT MOI.LISONS, LTD. GREAT OFFERING DURING NOVEMBER OF SPECIAL PURCHASES. HUNDREDS OF USEFUL LOTS, ALL MARKED AT BARGAIN PRICES.
NEW SUNSHADES AT HALF-PRICE. Tussore iii'd White Sunshades, new crook handles. Usually 6s 6(1. New marked 2s lid. Colored Silk and Tussore Silk Sunshades, lined colored silk. Usually 8s 6d. Now nnukrd 5s lid each. Novelty Silk Sunshades, in floral, siriped, sell color?, black, and white. The new Ion" handles. Usually 15s. Now all Cs 6d. New Cheek Silk and Satin Sunshades, correct combinations of coloring. Usually 16s 6d. Now all 7s Cd Black Silk and Mere Sunshades, also New Self-colored Sill:-o Novelty pearl and fancy bandies. Usually 21s. Now all 10s Gd each. 120 boxes Lovely Millinery Flowers, the. newest Continental shades; a charming lot. Worth 2s io 3s (id ca'-h. AH marked Is sor ay. M O L L ISON S, SHOW, ROOM SPECIALS. No. 1 Lot.—Trimmed Hals, all new English Models: very stylish and exclusive goods. Worth 21.5. All marked 10s 6d. No. 2 Lot —Trimmed Hats, the most exclusive models; English and Continental styles. Worth 455. All marked 21s. 260 Ladies’ Rcndy-io-wcar Straws, buml straws; white and leading shades. An ‘ls lid each. 72 Ladies’ Silk Ribbon Hats, the very latest in style and coloring; the ideal ready-to-wear hat. Worth 12s Gd. Ail marked 4s lid each 200 Level}' Crepe Blouses, in all the latest colorings; stylishly cut,; good washers. Worth 5s 6d. All marked 2s lid. Washing Costumes, in line linens, in navy, Saxe bine, grev, champagne, rose, ano black. Worth 425. Ail marked 255. L I M I T E D, END OF’ PKNNV SECTION, GEORGE S.RF.F.T.
LADY wi:h wmc hospital training requires Position in private hospital nr as Niiiacrnmpanion to invalid; relerenccF. AddiC.-i "York,’’ ‘Star’ Office. ' ANT E D~Kno \v n—For Gasfiitini' and Plumbing Repaid ring up C. S. Jenkins and Co., lß>wlmS_ street. VSTED~Known—We Repair Venetian Blinds thoroughly and promptly. Scott and AVißon, tilt. Andrew street; i-clc-piione 802. CASEMENT Curtains (latest) made and fitted bv experts; every customer delighted. Scott and Wilson, St. Andrew street. WANTED Known —Billiard Table, 6ft x 3ft Gin, and all Accessories, £l2 10s. Walls, George and I’rincen jit reels. FURNITURE, artistic designs, from factory to home, at bedrock prices. Walts, George and Piiiices streets. D'~UCHIiSSE~C)M>ir from 355; Chesterfields, £6 10s; Wood Bedsteads, £1 ss. Watts. George and Princes street. BE! sure you drink the best Whisky— Black Mackay. T7.OirSALB. on wharf, alongside Q shed, Jr first and second class Red Pine Boards and Scantling, in lots to suit purchasers; cheap. W. I!. M'A lister. timber merchant. T7IIRST-CLASS Cit y Boarding-house ; well .6? rsta.hiishc-d; nine boarders; owner reining; hifjuire sh.arp. Carin', Exchange Court. T|J\OR SALE, small Business; disponing Jl- owing to ill-health: small ingoing. Airs Heller, 434- Cumberland strceL FOR SALE, Single Buggy and Harness, perfect order, together or separate; cheap. Apply 468 Leith street. _ FOITsALE, it Bowls, 1 Cockerel. Fowl Rnu. 426 Cargill road. TOOR SALE, Iron Shed, 12fl by Bft. cheap JJ R. Meikle, Hospital. ST. CLAIR. —£5 deposit purchases splendid BuiMing Section: only £125; greatest bargain offering. Mncasscy jind _Co. Musselburgh— £io deposit purchases largo Building Section, near ear; only £l4O. Macassey and Co. OGG’S CORNER.—£2S deposit purchases 6-roomcd House; bath, gas, drained; good section. Macassoy and Co. GOOD AVhisky hurts no man. Watson’s ’ No. 10 is safest, because purest and best. _ COOKE~ HOWL I SON'S Bargains this mouth; the very best, In test models; rare chance probable buyers. ■jnn New Bievclns just landed; Eadie Xlf" 7 coasters" front brakes; high grade; £lO C)TOK Cycles.— Sco latest Hnmbers, Clyuos. King Dicks; special prices this month. Cooke,. Howlison. SECOND-HAND Mol or*.—Humber. fixed, v,(j. Xorl-rm, fixed. £35; 2-specd King _____ TTbWoUA Record Bicycles, Emit to order, .t wUh Eadie coaster, £l2 KB; stock, £ll 10s. mYß.ES*.—Motor and Cycles; Hutchinson, X Mos'dev, Bates; no increase in price. Cooke, Howlison. HERE’S to" von and yours.'’ Drink it in Watson's No 10, and do honor to the occasion. WOT Marshalls Pharmacy for high-class <OT Perfumes, Face. Creams, and Powders, Face Chamois. Manicure Requisites. ESTIMATES Frce.-rainting Glazing, Decorating, Sign and ticket Writing: material, workmanship guaranteed; losiiuiouifiU hundreds of satisfied cust outers: lowest prices in the trade Paints, Glass, Picture-framing RequiFjtor: wholesale prices. AVreu’s, W'ren’s A AVAY with dull care and sorrow! Walneu’s No. 10 brings comfort and a brighter outlook. _ HOME Mail.—Xmas Cards and Post Cards, with local views; new designs, i.cuiuon Bookstall. KINGS may bo blessed, but Tam was gloric " glorious. So is Black Mackey AA r hisky. fTAHE Basement Hairdressing Saloon, under X now management; everything of the Lest. Electric Massoging a Specialty.
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