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Page 7 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 15650, 14 November 1914
AMUSEMENTS. JJAYWARDS'. OCTAGON. TO-NIGHT—At B.—TO-NIGHT. Farewell To-night, at 8. THE WAR TOPICAL and WITH TilE SERVIAN ARMY. Also, (he Charming Photo-Play, iu which Hazel Dawn is seen to advantage in ‘ONE OF OUR GIRLS.’ A Bright. Pleasing Story. Also. Complete Programme. Stalls, Gd; D.C., Is. ’-Phone 3,091. TERRIFIC SUCCESS AT AUCKLAND. Hnmiredo Turned Away. Bo Early at The Dresden. npilE OCTAGON, HAYWARDS'. , Siill Another of (hose GREAT WORLD'S SUCCESSES. All-British Production. A RECORD-REIGN PICTURE. A REIGNING RECORD. ON MONDAY NIGHT, ON MONDAY NIGHT. THE GRANDEST SUBJECT, The Most Comprehensive Motion Picture Ever Filmed. IT STIRRED and IS' STILL STIRRING Britain, Canada, Alls tralk To Grand Enthusiasm, and so will it STIR you AND ALL BRITISHERS. 7,000 ft. 7,000 ft. SIXTY YEARS A QUEEN The Life and Reign of Queen Victoria. A GLORIOUS PICTORIAL HISTORY, Covering a vast wealth of incident, episode, event., and effect associated with that memorable reign of 64 years, and embracing every earner of the globo OVER WHICH THE UNION JACK FLEW, PREPARED with the Whale-hearted Assistance tif the. IMPERIAL and STATE AUTHORITIES. THE MOST STUPENDOUS WORK Ever Attempted and Perfected. ITS EDUCATIONAL INFLUENCE Is Enormous. ITS MERIT AS AN ENTERTAINMENT Ls Unrivalled. Lucidly. Lectured bv Mr BARRIE MARSCHEL. luapirii ing Music by THE OCTAGON ORCHESTRA. No Advance in Prices: Cd and Is. Reserves, Is 6d. Dresden. NORTH SPIT AND MAORI KAIK, SS. “MAHENO" (circumstances permit - • ting) loaves Dunedin fine Sundays ]0 a.in., returning 4 n.m. FARE: la (One Shilling) Return. ; DUNEDIN FERRY COMPANY. LIMITED. | A GREAT COLLECTION! 1 Just. Oui. THE ‘SALON” PIANO ALBUM, j C 5 POPULAR. PIANO SOLOS. ■ 1 BHiE Publishers of the famous "Globo” | -fi- Albums have jusi. issued this Splendid Collection of PIANO SOLOS, at the moderate price of Ls fid. 'Hie book contains 225 pages of clearly-printed Music, and includes such gems as Braga's ' Serenade,’ ' Tho Mclodv of Love,’ ‘ Iv.l King’ thy SehnbcnUeller), Brahms's 'Hungarian Dances,'Rocksi ro's •Whispers from Erin,' Pridham’s ’Sailor’s Dream,' Jensen's ‘Bridal Song,’ Nocturnes by Field and Brmley Richards, and many otln-ig. One groat fcitnrc of this Album is the fact, that the pieces arc, with one or two exceptions, well within the range of the ordinary player. Price, Is fid; Posted, Is 9d. CHAS. BEGG AND GO., LTD., Headquarters for Music, PRINCES STREET,
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. MOLLISONS LATEST. A GREAT OFFERING IN THE DRESS DEPARTMENT. 775 Y L RDS (in 3 Lois) TRENCH WORSTED SUITINGS, MARKED AT 40 PER CENT. DISCOUNT. ; They are the 11 :g 1h - i Grade Quality, in 1 light-weight, pure-wool Worsteds. .Suit. j able? for Summer Co.-i times and Dresses. IWe secured (Item a Bargain. We o/Tor them at Bargain Prices. ! See them a*, once. They are Charming , LOT J. comprises 3»i Yards l.ovdy TWEED, in 5 designs, m isoft Similes of Light. Grey. with Smart A (ripe. 50 inches wide. Usually 4. 9d, now 2s lid yard. LOT 2 comprises 271 Yards Fine ALL-WOOL-Wt IRSTKD SUITINGS, in Frcneh llryv. New Reseda, met iiy.- 1 . New Dale and Light. Coffee, all now shades with novelty stripe, 44 inches wide. Usually f:s Cd, now 5s lit! yard. t LOT 5 comprises 122 Yards 58-inch NOVELTY FRENCH WORSTED SUITING, in sledimn Summer Shade-; a charming material. Usually- 7s 6d, now j 4s 6d yard. Alice I? O(A \ f H*. / li<i s omit r-/»l .-. • execute your wnicrs lor Costumes or Drosses before Chris!mas, providing you place your Order at once. END OF PENNY SECTION. IN THE MATTER OF TUB COMPANIES i APT. 1203. ■jVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant I a. a to Section 502 of the abovc-mentioned i Act, that the TWO RAYS NURSERIES AND ORCHARD COMPANY PROPRIETARY, LIMITED, a Company duly incor- I pointed in the State of Victoria, in tha Commonwealth of Australia, proposes to CARRY ON HUS'iNESS in the. DOMINION \ OF NEW ZEALAND, and that tha Office : or Place of Business of the said Company in the said Dominion where legal process of 'any ’ hind may be served upon it and notice* o't any hind may be adclrciacd or delivered is situate at. No. 20 MANSE- STREET, Dunedin. Dated ibis Ninth day of November, 1914. ; Goo;]-. Dressmaking Department I is prepared in MOLLISONS LTD., A. F. M'COMAS, Attorney for the .-aid Company.
BOARD AMD RESIDENCE. JACKSON'S Prirate Hotel, Dowling street, 1 JUuncr 12 till 2; Tea, 5 to 7; Social* i and Parties catered for; committee room. I X'irst-clasß Accommodation Visitors. I LAD STONE jIODSR Moray i (’phono 2,180). —Best Acconinmdaiinn visitors; personal supervision. Muss and M’Phcrson. Two Furnished Bedrooms and i? editing Hoorn, with beard or attendance; must Box 451, Dunedin. TE/17'AXTKD. YounfTWorking"Mail'Hoarder' i » V share large room; central; washing, j piano; 16s. Address " Hanover fit reell 'Star' Office. j RT. CLAlß.—Vacancies Lir few Boarders; j afternoon tea a speciality. Airs Chris- ; tie, “ Orecncliff,” St. Clair (late of Brighten). AfTS/ ANTED. Hoard for refined elderly tv lady; tnvul tee in bedroom e».sentlaL " Sound,’’ Post Office. large Iron: VT Bed-Sit ling Rooms; pas cooker, latest conveniences; everything provided; mode,-- > ate, central. Box 103. \ , HOLIDAY RESORTS. j ‘ BRIGHTON — To Let, C Rooms ; fur- i 1 Utshed;, November to Easter, except I 1 month January. Box 2, Green Island. I J WANTED To Let, natty 3-room Bunga- j low, with boat. Riverside, Purakanui. | - Address ” Bungalow," Box 310, Dunedin. I 1 N.CJ GGET&, Aljolyneux.—ADrs Campbell’s, ; f Seaside Accommodation; trap meets i passengers at Rom aha pa on application. | 1 Telephone Tokata. I : ST. CLAlß.—Furnished 7-roomed Hou-;e ' I To Let, Xmas holidays (fortnight); close beach; £2 week. “Careful,’* ’filar.’ 1
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