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The Otago Art .Society's exhibition do**** this evening. Tea was provided attain this afternoon, and a fair cum waa realised, hi order to make the most of tin* itccasioii, and to awell the patriotie funds as much as possible, tea will bo obtainable again this evening. The tratiic returns for the City Corporation tramways for the fortnight ended tha 14th inst.. as compared with the coresponding period for lact year, were <•* follow :—1914, receipts £2,602 12s 2d, mile* :ige 48,648 miles; 1913, receipts £2,746 las fid, mileage, 60,955 miles. Mr John H. Thomson, youngest son of Mr G. M. Thomson, representative of Duiiedin North in the Parliament just dissolved, and who is studying law with Messrs Mon"sy and .Stephen*, has received notification from the Defence Department that ne has boen accepted for service abroad. M.r Thomson Dunedin ca Monday morning to join the Trent-ham encampment. A Dannevirke me*»ag« etates that John Watson, a station cook, who came to town on Thursday, dropped dead in Hi?h street this morning while talking to a friend. Two of the tourist party were deputed to proceed to a corner jrroeery, there to obtain the cheese and crackers to make a Welsh rarebit. When the oid chap that kept tha place came forward, one o£ the two «aid: " We want a couple of pounds of cheese, and Borne large, square crackers for a Welsh rarebit." The old man seemed doubtful. "\ ;:ot lb?, cbecsr, &.!! right," said be, '"but 1 jure got no larpe, square, dickers. Won't jour xirbttfc ••* the smell ttosaf

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Evening Star, Issue 15656, 21 November 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Evening Star, Issue 15656, 21 November 1914