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AMUSEMENTS. pRINCESS TO-NIGHT! THEATRE. Fuiler-Brennan, Ltd. TO-NIGHT 1 VAUDEVILLE THE MECCA OP THE MERRYMAKERS. A STUPENDOUS AND IRRESISTIBLE ENTERTAINMENT. TREMENDOUS SUCCESS. DIXNA FORGET: The ESSENCE of Enjoyment is VARIETY. Mr LESLIE HOLMES :«nd his Talented Mr LESLIE HOLMES Co. of Pierrots and Mr LESLIE HOLMES Courtiers. A HIGH-CLASS COMEDY COMPANY.' Exclusive Engagement of ROSA LOADER, A.T.C-L. ROSA LOADER, A.T.C.L. BROWN AND SORLIE The Gayest BROWN AND SORLIE Coon Comedians Life. Poitraits of Great Men. Past and Present. WHITE AND GREY WHITE AND GREY Coon Comedians GREAT WESTTN GREAT WESTIN GREAT WESTIN English Musical and Comedy Artists. American BROWN AND LAWSON Sketch Artists. BROWN AND LAWSON Something Doing All the Titno. ARTHUR TROUT ARTHUR TROUT And liin ilex-maid. Reserve your Scats at the Dresden. D.C. and Front SUlls, 2.= : Back Stalls, Is; Gallory, (3d. OTA GO ART SOCIETY. ATSTNUAL EXHIBITION OF PICTURES. ART GALLERY HALL. OPEN DAILY 12.0 to 5.50 p.m., and from 7.30 to 9.30 p.m. ART UNION TICKETS, ONE SHILLING. Including Admission to Exhibition. HVLF GROSS PROCEEDS FROM SALE OF TICKETS WILL BE DEVOTED TO THE LADV LIVERPOOL FOND. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS.. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. SO ARE ARE GOODS. PIQUES, in Wliito, Stripes, from ... MUSLIN, in White, Cream, from _ 7Jj? COTTON CORDS and CREPES 1 ._ POPLINS, Colored, New- Shade-. _. Is SPONGE CLOTHS, Self Colons ... 2s lid U T H I E S. kR DE LAUTOUR has REMOVED to 356 GEORGE STREET LO KEONGS SALE. IN-ORDER TO MAKE ROOM for the New Goudf. ivc 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 Colore; Silk Handkerchiefs, Plain and Embroidered. Japanese Lante.-ns. Umbrellas, and Fans. LO KEONG. 117 GEORGE STREET. ITIE NEW AMERICAN SODA FOUNTAIN Is Now Open .it, THE SAVOY. mHE SODA FOUNTAIN is one of the -8.. Popular Jnsti'uLiciii> in the. Unites States and the big cities of Australia.. I<> Delicious Drinks iako tin; ploce of Afterneon Tea during the Summer, being Coo!. Refreshing. Novel, and Most Enjoyable. Ice Cream Sodas, with Pure Fui't. Flavors (with or without Straws). E\-f|uisifp Bf.veragrs. comprising' 12 varieties, Gd per glass, served with Biscuits.. THE SAVOY, ''Restaurant de Luxe," Moray place (corner Princes street). A CHRISTMAS SOUVENIR For Friends at Home and Abroad. SAMOA. A BEAUTIFULLY - ILLUSTRATED J:\. BOOKLET, ))itbiished by Messrs J Willtio and Co., Ltd., to commemorate thr* occupation of Samoa by the New Zealand Expeditionary Fore?. -Special article on R. L. and Special Map of the Pacific lithocd in four colors. Price Is. From all booksellers. COVFRNMENT NOTtCES. NOTICE TO JURORS. COMMON JURORS summoned for Supreme Court itf.ings at Dune-din, Sn MONDAY. 16th in-t:M)'. and Notified U Attend on WEDNESDAY, 18tli in-t-ant, are. HEREBY FINALLY DICILUiC.EI). A. STUBBS, Sheriff. ' Supreme Court. Office, Dune-din. 17th November, 1911. MEETINCS. SCHOOL COMMITTEES' ASSOCIATION. aUARTERI.Y MEETING, THURSDAY EVENING, November 19, S o'clock. EDUCATION BOARD ROOM. :.£. thai: it, Hon. Secret nrv. ELECTION NOTICES. DUNE DIN NORTH ELECTORATE. MR G. M. THOMSON will ADDRESS the ELECTORS as follows: HOWE STREET HALL—TO-NIGHT (Tncsdav), November 17. OPOHO CHURCH HALL.—TI - DAY. 19th November. WOODHAUGH PHILLIPS MEMORIAL HALL.—FRIDAY, 20th November. Meetings Commerce, at 8 p.m. DUNEDIN WEST ELECTORATE. J. T. JOHNSON. A MEETING of those wiliin? 'o FORM A J:\ COMMITTEE will lv held in the Albany Street School Hall TO-NIfiHT (Tuesday), 17th hist., at 3 o'clock. Ladies- cordially invit-ed. GENERAL ELECTION. GARRISON HALL. FRIDAY NEXT. NOVEMBER. 20, At 3 p.m. IT. D. BEDFORD, E.q., Will Speak on THE CASE FOR. LABOR CHALMERS ELECTORATE. R. W. D. MASON will bo pleased to L MEET and ADDRESS (he ELECTORS a? under: - TO-NIGHT. -- FORESTERS' HALL. PORT -CHALMERS, ns 3 o'clock. Chairman, His Worship the. Mnvor T. Seollay, Esq.). TO . MORROW (Weclnesd.tr. at tho ANDERSON'S' BAY SUNDAY SCHOOL, at 8 p.m. Chairman, T. Somcrvilie, Esq. ' CHALMERS ELECTORATE. JAMES M. DICKSON, the Government r-andirLiie, will ADDRESS THE ELECTORS as under: ST. LEONARD? PUBLIC HALL.--TUESDAY, November 17th, at 8 p.m. BROAD HAY PUBLIC JIALL.—WEDNESDAY, November 18th, at 8 p.m. MOSGIEL CORONATION HALL. THURSDAY, November 19th, at 8 ff.m.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15652, 17 November 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 15652, 17 November 1914

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