OTAGO’S BELGIAN DAY. Great Patriotic Demonstration AT GARRISON HALL, Wednesday Evening Next, November 25, at 8 o’clock. To Raise Funds for the Relief of Belgian Sufferers. 3,000,000 SUHVIIt BEL6UHS Need Your Assistance. Come prepared to play the game and PAY! PAY! PAY! i Musical, Elocutionary, and Orchestral Items by Dunedin’s Leading Artists. ADMISSION—One Shilling. Reserved Scats, Two Shillings. "r ■'
GRAND PATRIOTIC AMD RECRUITING ■EETIHS. THURSDAY AT 8 p.m. GARRISON HALL. Short Patriotic Speeches by some of Dunedin’s Most Eloquent Speakers. 'i THE EMPIRE’S CALL! WILL OTACQ LEAP THE WAY? WE WANT MEN-NOT MONEY. Otago Has Done Well but Will Do Better. BANDS! BANDS! RECITATIONS! SONGS! SONGS! ABSOLUTELY FREE.| j Parents of those volunteered for She front can obtain tickets for reserved scats on application to E. S. Wilson, Empire Buildings. Princes Street. <' i. B. SHACKLOCK, Mayor.
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