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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15646, 10 November 1914
AMUSEMENTS. pLAZA _PICTURES. 1 o'clock to 5.30: 6.30 to 10 p.ui. .Another Superb Programme. Headed by a Thrilling 3-reel Photo-Play, ON THE VERGE OF WAR. Sensational Story of the United States Navy, by James Drayton. Also, MAN AND THE MASTER ... A.B. Drama LABOR v. CAPITAL. PIMPLE PINCHED Comic WARWICK CHRONICLE Topical (With Latest War Nows.) THAT AWFUL MAID ... Crystal Comedy Etc,, Etc., Etc. PRICES; ADULTS, 6d. CHILDREN, 3d. BEAUTY COMPETITION! Owing to numerous requests Entries will NOT CLOSE UNTIL NEXT SATURDAY. Forms at Plaza Office. COMING THURSDAY— O.H.M.S. Our Helpless Millions Saved. How Lieut. Darin" Saved London. What, would happen it the London AVatcr Supplies were cut by Herman Spies? G A 881 S O N II A L L. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11th, At 8 p.m. Mrs PHILIP SNOWDEN Mr* PHILIP SNOWDEN Will Deliver Her Popular Lecture entitled ‘A PEEP INTO PARLIAMENT THROUGH A WOMAN’S EYE.’ Body of Hall and Galleries, Is; Front Chairs, 2s. Box Plan open at Dresden. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS SPRING CLEANING. Now that the housewife is again busy, we have some special linos of interest. LINOLEUMS, 2 yards wide, 2s 3d, 3b 9d, 4s 3d, ss. CARPET SQUARES, 15s 6d, 23s 6d, 30s, up to 60s. HEARTHRUGS, Assorted Designs, from 5s lid. A largo assortment of CASEMENT CLOTHS, CURTAINS, and WINDOW NETS. jf^UTHIES, DRAPERS, GEORGE STREET. DUNEDIN. LO KEONG’S SALE. IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM for the New j Goods, wc are making BIG REDUCTIONS in FANCY GOODS, CHINA WARE, and TOYS. Come and inspect our Choice Selection of Chinese, Tussore, White and Colored Silks. Japanese Crepes, White and Colors; Silk Handkerchiefs, Plain and Embroidered. Japanese Lanterns, Umbrellas, and Fans. LO KEONG. 117 GEORGE STREET. I Tire NEW AMERICAN SODA FOUNTAIN Is Now Open at THE SAVOY. THE SODA FOUNTAIN is one of the Mod Popidar Institutions in the Unite:. States and the big cities of Australia. Its Delicious Drinks take the place of Afternoon Tea during tbo Summer, being Cool. Refreshing, Novel, and Most Enjoyable. Ice Cream Soda;, with Pure Fruit Flavors (with or without Straws). Exquisite Beverages, comprising 12 varieties, 6d per glass, served with Biscuits.. THE SAA r OY, “Restaurant dc Luxe,’’ Moray place (corner Princes street). A MONEYMAKER. WELL-FURNISHED AND EQUIPPED CITY BOARDING-HOUSE; funny, central situation; magnificent panoramic view; tourist connection; 10 permanent hoarders. To the right person this is an exceptional chance to step in and continue a lucrative business. Furniture at, valuation; terms; casv venial. Particulars from PARK, REYNOLDS, LTD., Manse street. [A C.u:n.] TB TARATA PRIVATE HOSPITAL, MEDICAL AND SURGICAL. 53 ROYAL TERRACE, DUNEDIN. Nurse HAYWARD, Christchurch Hospital and Si:vlo Certificate, late Matron of Westpert and Masterton Hospitals. A CHRISTMAS SOUVENIR For Friends at Home and Abroad. SAMOA. ,4 BEAUTIFULLY - ILLUSTRATED BOOKLET, published by Messrs J. Wilkie and Co., Ltd., (a commemorate tin occupation of Samoa by the New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Special article on R. L. Stevenson. 10 Fnll-plaic Illustrations and Special Map of the Pacific li timed in four colors. Price Is. From all booksellers. HERE’S to you and yours.” Drink it in Watson's No 10, and do honor to the occasion. PHOTOGRAPIIIC Chemicals. Photographic Supplies, Cameras, everything Photographic at Baglay's photographic importing department. Retail quantities wholesale j prices. THE two best “Blacks” —the Black Watch and Black Mackay Whisky. ,4 RT Furniture, fumed oak; best value! obtainabi' - . J. and A. Wilkinson, St. Andrew and King streets. SIDEBOARDS and Dining Room Suites, richly finished: unequalled in value., J. and A. Wilkinson, King street. AWAY with dull care and sorrow! Watson's No. 10 brings comfort and a brighter outlook. MAKSHALLiS Nursery Hair Lotion; the j best preparation for clearing children’s heads of parasites; Is. Marshalls Pharmacy. PAPER for Wrapping-up For Sale. Apply ‘Star’ Office, Bond street. fipHß Basement Hairdressing Saloon, under i new management; everything of the beet. Electric Massaging a Specialty. "ATSON’S Nc. 10 is a Htilo dearer than most whist ica, but is worth the money. WANTED Known —Snlnhur and Cream Tartar Tablets cool and purify blood; Is. Scott’s Pharmacy, 17 Prir street. KINGS may bo blessed, but Tam was glorious. So is Black Mackay Whisky. COKE, HOWLISON’S B«gaiMT~This month; the very best, latest models; rare elm nee probable buyers. -I a a New Bicycles just landed ; Eadis JL”ivl coasterß, front brakes; high grade; £lO MOTOR Cycles.—See latest numbers, Clynos, King Dicks; special prices this month. Cooke, ilowlison. SECOND-HAND Motors.—Humber, fixed, X.-U ; Norton, fixed, £35; 2-speed King Dick, £4O. I FAMOUS Record Bicycles, built to order, 1 with Eaclio coaster, £l2 10s; stock, £ll 10s. TYRES. —Motor and Cycles; Hutchinson. Moseley, Bates; no increase in price. Cooke, Howlison. NIGHT Dispensary.”—Registered Chemist, in perpetual attendance at Bagley’s Pharmacy, King street north (near Howe street). FOB medicinal purposes, the toast, or the friendiy nip—Watson’s No. 10 Whisky. ESTIMATES Free.—PaintTgrreazing, Docorating, Sign nod Ticket Writing; material, workmanship guaranteed; testimonials from hundreds of satisfied customers; lowest prices in the, trade Paints, Glass, Picture-framing Requisites; wholesale prices. Wren’s, Wien's HOME Mail.—Xmas Cards and Post Cards, with local views; now designs. Uni-lon Book-tali. PAPER for Wrapping-up For Sale. Apply ‘-Star’ Office. Bend street. OLD age commands respect. Watson’s No. 10 is highly esteemed because very i old and fully matured. jfNHEMICALLY Pure Lime Water, in largo VA bottles, 6d each. Always obtainable at Marshalls Pharmacy, Princes street. BE sure you drink the best Whisky— Black Mackay. ; I O-GUINEA Miller Organ, solid walnut, I JLO mirror back; eight stops, powerful tone; easy payments. Holden, Octagon. THE Standard of Quality—Black Mackay Whisky.
Page 5 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15646, 10 November 1914
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