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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15646, 10 November 1914
AMUSEMENTS. JJIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. BUNTV’S TRIUMPH. BUNTY’S TRIUMPH, E. J. OARKOLL, By Arrangement with J. C. WILLIAMSON, LTD.. THIS (TUESDAY) EVENING, at 8 o’clock, And POUR FOLLOWING NIGHTS. MATINEE SATURDAY NEXT, Mr and Mrs GRAHAM MOFFAT And their COMPLETE COMPANY OF SCOTTISH PLAYERS, In the Famous Comedy that has charmed the entire English-speaking World, ‘BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS.’ ‘BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS.’ ‘ BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS,’ AN INSTANTANEOUS SUCCESS. Dunedin Theatregoers confirm the opinion of Great Britain, America, and, more recently, Australia. Play Produced by GRAHAM MOFFAT. Dress Circle and Reserve Stalls, 5« (no booking fee); Stalls, 3f. Early Door Pit till 7.45, 2s; Late Door, Is. Box Plans at the Dresden. Day Sales at Jacobs's, Tobacconist. pRIKCESS THEATRE. Direction ... Puller-Rromiat!, Ltd. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16. VAUDEVILLE. VAUDEVILLE. VAUDEVILLE. VAUDEVILLE. VAUDEVILLE. VAUDEVILLE. VAUDEVILLE. VAUDEVILLE. VAUDEVILLE. VAUDEVILLE. VAUDEVILLE. VAUDEVILLE. VAUDEVILLE. VAUDEVILLE. 22 Artists, Producing Humor and Gaiety. A Colossal Bill. Tho Essence of Enjoyment and Variety, Come and Forget your Worries. Save disappointment and Book your Scats. Plan Now Open at ilie Dresden. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. LADIES’ Ready-to-wear Straw Hats; the very newest,; smart, becoming; price rom 4s 6d. T. Ross, importer. LADIES' Pure Rubber Bathing Caps; new, fetching shapes and latest colors; ■rices is 3d, 2s lid. 3s 6d, 3s lid. A NOTHER Fifteen Dozen New Voile, X. Silk, and Delaine Blouses, full fitting, rice 2s lid. Os lid, 4s 6d upward A LSO, lovely range Ladies’ Underclothing, \ new shapes; ' Knickers, Nightdresses, e-mi-es. Camisoles, cheapest in town, T. )3s. importer. AT ANTE I).—Eczema, varicose ulcers, all ¥ skin eruptions disappaar after using sd Cross Ointment. ANTF.D Known —Ferro-Carmun Beef Iron Wine excellent spring tonic; ?s Ed large bottle. Scott’s Pharmacy, 17 Princes street VNTED To Buy, 3 or 4 Farm Drays. V' Address "Solid,” ‘Star’ Office. RANTED, Iron Turners, at once, levenson and Cook. Apply WANTED (near Cargill's Corner), Board with private family; good references. Addieas "Sober,” ’Star' Office. ANTED’ ~Known—Red Cross Oiutment, the mighty healer of sores. Keep a box in the house. lADY with some hospital training requires J Position in private hospital or as Nursecompanion to invalid; references. Address " York,” ' Star ' Office, ANTED. —A Carterton lady writes saying Dr Wilson's Regenerator had wcndorfuily beneficial effect, completely restoring all grey hairs in.about month. Havo you tried it? Bottles, 5s 6d. Sole agent; Ilendy, hairdresser, Dunedin. VANTF.D Known—Scott’s Influenza Mixv t lure is a safe, certain, and speedy remedy; 2s Gd. Scott’s Pharmacy. ANTED Known —For Gasfitting and Plumbing Repairs ring up C. S. Jenkins and Co., Dowling street. AATANTED. —Red Cross Ointment soothes ¥¥’ as well as heals, neve hritates; reduces inflammation. Buy a box. AOK SALE, on wharf, alongside Q shed, first and second class Red Pine Boards and Scantling, in lots to suit purchasers; cheap. W. B. M'Alistcr, timber merchant, ■j.’-oi; SALE, small Business; disposing JU owing to ill-health; small ingoing. Mrs Heller, 434 Cumberland street. TjTlOlv SALE, Tiou Shed, 12ft by Bft, cheap CtT. CLAIR.—£S deposit purchases splenJo did Building Section; only £125; greatest bargain ciitering. Macassey and Co. Musselburgh.— £10 deposit purchases largo Building Section, near car; only £l4O. Macassey and Co. OGG’S CORNER.—£2S deposit purchases 6-roomcd House; bath, gas, dtainod; good section. Maeassey and Co. Musselburgh; 5 Rooms, electric light, hot bath, sewered, two bays, verandah. Boyd's Laud Agency. i’OR S?ALE or To Let, Six-roomed Jiouae, . every convenience. Apply “ 8.D.,” Post Office, South Dunedin. ~3T'OK SALE—The D.T.C. have a Traveller's X Turnout For Sale, consisting of trap, horse, harness; ail in thorough order. Apply 34 Driver street. St. Kilda. I ARRINGTON (close Beach and Station).—Choice Corner Section, £SO; bargain; £5 deposit. Patersons, 142 Rattray street. C — LOSE George Street Bridge.—4-rooracd Worker's Homo, conveniences; 1-acre garden: terms; £2lO. Patersons, Rattray Btrcori j E'~OSS POINT Township, Broad Bay (op- I posito Jetty).—Several flue Building Sites; £5 deposit'cach. Apply Patersons. OTTdAVID Street. —Good 4-rooincd House, Jo conveniences; £25 deposit, balance rent; sacrificed; £3OO. Patersons, 142 Rattray street. AOR SALE, young Cock Canary, good . singer; usually 12s fid, will take 8s 6d. White House, George street. MUTUAL Stores.—3,ooo Japanese Draw Grass Baskets, very useful, 8d each; all sized; 00 Pieces White Pique, lljd, Is. Is 3d, Is OU 4d yard; Double-width Piques, Is 4d and Is 6d yard. LACK C ot.ton Hose, embroidered colors, very smart. Hid pair. Mutual Stores, Dunedin. f-jz-v-GUINEA Irou-framo Piano, by Hnake; OU wonderful lone; handsome appearance; 5a weekly payments Holden, Octagon. MEN’S Siat.’.ess Motor Overalls, 22s 6d, 27s Gel, 30s, 3os; Motor Cycle Jackets from 17s 6d. Hallenotoin Bros., Octagon. AVER WEAR, the Solo Leather for satisli faction, only from us; bring your ReNew Zealand Clothing Factory. E CHILDREN’S Footwear.—Tho best the world produces in Black or Tan and Patent Leathers. Kallensteln’s, Octagon. MOTOR Cyclists’ Jackets. 17s 6d, 30s, 355, 455; Sealless Overalls, 22s 6d, 27s bd, 355, NctV Zealand Clothing Ihctory. Gt OOD Whisky hurts no man. Watson’s T No. 10 is" safest, because purest and best. “ lITTHAT more interesting ” as n Christ- » T m is oimvcmr lor Home friends than vour Pliotogicpu r Paltillo, bridal photogtnp'-' ■ “rf~4OME Early” and have Post-card PbotoVJ gtapn taken, ro catch Cnristmas mail Lvniv. r a t,o, ur.da; puotcginpher. SUCCESSFUL Weddings” demand sucO cessful Wedding Groups. Pattillo, the bridal photographer, can be trusted to giva satisfaction.
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