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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 15656, 21 November 1914
AMUSEMENTS. THE [ING'S JHEATRB, FULLERS' CONTINUOUS PICTURES. Going All Day till 10.20 p.m. THE DEFENCE OF ALOST. Taken Actually in the Firing .Lines. PATHS WAR GAZETTE. All the L*te*t War.News, THE MELBOURNE CUP, 1914, From Start to Finish. HIS PHANTOM FRIEND. A Most Ddishlln) Comedy. THE FOOLISH AGREEMENT. " SPARROW " OF THE CIRCUS. Two Intensely Human Photo PIII3-S. STRONG SUPPORTING SUBJECTS. MAKING A GLORIOUS PROGRAMME. ADULTS. 6d. CHILDREN. 3d. GREAT ATTRACTION. TWO BIG COMBINED SHOWS. BARTON BROS.' CIRCUS AND WILD AUSTRALIA •*J (Entirely Reorganised for this Tour of New Zealand). Commencing MONDAY. NOVEMBER 23. LOCATION: THE QVAL. 40 NEW STAR ARTISTS. 70 Head of Horse?, Ponies, Donkeys, and Bucking Mules and Wild Outlaws (including Tornado, tliS Queensland rebel, who will be ridden hiffhtly in a 101b saddle by Queensland Hairy, the famous Australian horseman). Special Engagement of Mr .T. M. WEST, the U)>sid«-down Phenomenon. THE ST. LEONARDS, Lady and Gentleman Equilibrists, Head-balancing, and Sketch Artists. Miss ETHEL ASHTON, Queen of the Aerial Bars. F. R. BARTON, Premier Jockey Bareback Rider. THE 5 LESSOS (direct from Europe), the Acrobatic Team de Luxe. FRED CARLSON. Eccentric Musician. The Famous WALDORF TROUPE. ' The ALTON TRIO, Comedy Acrobats, Tumblers, etc. A Full Circus Programme, combined with Wild Australia and Celebrated Roughriders ONE PRICE OF ADMISSION: ss, 2s, and Is. Children, Half-price. CHAS. CABOT, Touring Manager. rpHE CAVERSHAM BAND Will Render a Select PROGRAMME AT ST. CLAm on SUNDAY AFTERNOON, al 3 o'clock. E. EAGAR, Conductor. R. E. COOK, Secretary, Care of Dresden. NORTH SPIT AND MAORI KAIK. <~N S. MAHENO (circumstances permitting) )• Leaves Dunedin, FINE SUNDAYS. 10 a.m., Returning 4 p.m. FARE: Is (One Shilling) Return. DUNEDIN FERRY COMPANY, LTD.
HELP THE STARVING BELGIANS. HELP THE BUFFERING, CONSUMPTIVES, AND THEIR DEPENDENTS. HELP OUR OWN SICK, NEEDY, AND DISTRESSED, 0 S P I T AL SATURDAY STRE E T SATURDAY, XOVEMRER 28. MAGNIFICENT COLLECTION" OF FLOWERS FOR SALE. HANDSOME AND TASTEFULLY-DECORATED STANDS. FANCY COSTUMES, VOCAL AM) INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC. Proceeds for Belgian Poor, Dune-din Hospital, St. .lohii Ambulance. AsMciationN District. Nursing: Scheme, Patients mid Prisoners' Aid Society. Knritane Babies' Hob pital, Victoria 'Women's Jubilee Convalescent, Etc. DONATIONS OF FLOWERS THANKFULLY RECEIVED. G. C. ISRAEL. President. .1. C. M'GEORGE, Hon. Secretary. Empire BuiJdiiis>, Princes street. E. S. WILSON, Secretary. Telephone 1.749.
ARE YOU BUILDING? rOHN WATSON AND CO., Builders, 175 w CASTLE STREET, me Prepared to jrive ESTIMATES for Town or Country Work. MOLLISONS LATEST. A GREAT OFFERING IN THE DRESS. DEPARTMENT. 773 Yi. RDS (in 3 Lots) FRENCH WORSTED SUITINGS, MARKED AT 40 PER CENT. DISCOUNT. They are the Highest, Grade Quality, in light-weight, pure-wool Worsted*. Suitable for Summer Costumes and Dresses. We secured (hem a Bargain. Wo offer them at Bargain Prices. Pee them at once. They arc Charming Goods. LOT 1 comprises 380 Yards Lovely TWEED, in 5 designs, in Soft Shades of Light, Grey, with Smart Stripe, 50 inches wide. Usually 4s 9d, now 2s lid yard. LOT 2 comprises 271 Yards Fine ALL-WOOL WORSTED SUITINGS, in French Grey. New Reseda, Amethyst. New Itale and Light Coffee, nil new shades with novelty stripe, 44 inches wide. Usually 6b 6d, now 3s lid yard. LOT 3 comprises 122 Yards 58-inch NOVELTY FRENCH WORSTED SUITING, in Mndiuui Summer Shades; a charming material. Usually 7s 6d, now 4s 6d yard. Miss BROOME (who ha* control of our Dressmaking Department) is prepared to execute Tour Orders for Costumes or Dresses before Christmas, providing you place your Order at once. MOLLISONS LTD., LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. MUTUAL Stores.—Show Week: First display Christ-mus Novelties—-Dolls, 6d. Is; Mechailicajjroys_iji great variety; anese Novelties, Hair landkorchiefs, Gloves, Umicnr, Belts, Hose, and other ' Snonge Cloth Sport Coats, its txt I wti each—worth 22e; Japanese Baskets, 6d each. Mutual Stores, Dunedin. IAPERHANGNIGS.—Wren's Friezes, Cretonnes to ma'eh; latest decorations, autiful designs, artistic coloring: remark - I aole prices; 20,000 pieces Is, usually 3s 6(L Painting Requisites, Picture Moulding. Glass luced prices; estimates freo Painting, I Glazing, Framing. Wrens. fftHE Basement Hairdressing Saloon, under ' X new management; everything of the best. Electric Massaginga Specialty. PAPER for Wrapping-up For Sale. Apply 'Star* Office.. Bond street. WATSON'S No. 10 is a. little dearer than most whiskies, but is worth the money. WANTED Known—Free Gifts for hard times. The Westminster Free Gift Scheme for Regent Cigarettes is a genuine one. To give collectors a start, the advertisement- appearing on page 5 in ' Star' of November 19th will count as two free gift tickets. Cut it out and start collecting. •• ■JVTTGHT Dispensary."—Registered Chemist in perpetual attendance at Bagley's Pharmacy, King street north (near Howe street). r EWSPAPER men arc about the be*fc < judges of a good drink. They one and 11 appreciate Gaelic Whisky. LANE'S. Gold Medal Waters are manufactured by latest machinery iu most up-to-date, factory, Walker street. . A~~ VSAT with dull care and sorrow! Watsen's No. 10 brings comfort and a brighter outlook. - ;' RETAILERS!— Inexpensive and attractive Shop Fronts, .Show Cases, Fixtures, . itc. : We are sp&ialiste! Consult Pattillos, ihopfitters. Moray place. J] ' ARTISTIC Constructions in Wood made to order in time for Christmas gifts! Pattillos, wood-craft*men, Moray place. BLOTCHES. Pimples, and"~aU — Impurities of Blcod —Neil's Compound Sareapar--1 ills; 2* 6d. Neii's Dispensary, George direct-,
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