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AMUSEMENTS. pRINCESS TO-NIGHT, VAU devilli; ! THEATRE. at 8. VAUDEVILLE! OV SING CARRIE CARRIE CARRIE CARRIE CARRIE CARRIE CARRIE CARRIE CARRIE CARRIE CARRIE CARRIE CARRIE CARKIE ERWHELMING SUCCESS! CARRIE MOORE ER, ACTRESS, AND MIMIC. The Idol of Australasia. MOORE. Supported by a MOORE. Magnificent Array of MOORE. VAUDEVILLE MOORE. STAR ARTISTS. MOORSL BENSON AND BELL, MOORE. ROSA LOADER. MOORE. LESLIE HOLMES, MOORE. Costume Comedy Co.. MOOR E. BROWN AND SCRUB, MOORE. GREAT WESTIN. MOORE. WHITE AND GREY, MOORE. laRS BATES. MOORE. ARTHUR TROUT, MOORE. And MERMAID. RESERVES AT DRESDEN. Dress Circle and Orchestral Stalls, 2»; Stalls, Is; ami Upper Circle, 6d. MATINEE NEXT SATURDAY. B A R T O N’S CIRC U S. BARTON’S CIRCUS. BARTON’S CIRCUS. BARTON'S CIRCUS. BARTON'S CIRCUS. TO - NIG HTI—WILD A USTRALIA. TO-NIG UT1 —WILD AUSTRAL! A. TO-NIGHT I—WILD AUSTRALLA. TO-NIGHT!—WILD AUSTRALIA. TO-NIGHT!-WILD AUSTRALIA. Note New Location : CORNER ST. ANDREW AND CUMBERLAND STREETS. Last Night Our Gigantic Programme was one Continuous Success. Every Act received with the Greatest Satisfaction. Ask your friends, and come early To-night. SPECIAL AIA TIN EE TO-MORROW (THURSDAY) AFTERNOON, at 2.30 o’clock. Bring: Your Children. PEOPLE'S PRICES; Is, &, ami 3*. Children Half-price to All Parts. DON’T FORGET THE NEW LOCATION; Corner St. Andrew and Cumberland streets (Opposite Hastings's Hotel). DHOW GROUNDS. SHOW GROUNDS. TO-MORROW (THURSDAY). SCOTLAND’S Le Rhone Caudron BIPLANE. SCOTLAND’S Lo Rhone Caudron BIPLANE. SCOTLAND’S Lo Rhono Caudron BIPLANE. SCOTLAND’S Lo Rhone Caudron BIPLANE. SCOTLAND’S Le Rhone Caudron BIPLANE. SCOTLAND’S Lo Rhone Caudron BIPLANE. Tho Only Machine in Australia. 70 horse-power. Revolves 1,400 to the minute. Visited at Christchurch Show iiy 8.000 people; Oaniaru Show, 2,000 people. Scientific and Educational Display. Bring the Children.

FA'F.R VMODV SHOULD SIOK THIS WON’dhrful machine. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS'. STARTLING- REDUCTIONS ! | In tWo liiv.fs, when money is «o scarce, j mid most people fip.il it diffiouli to make i ends nuot, you will find it to your udvauj take to purchase yo’ir FOOTWEAR at Hip | CITE ROOT PALACE. j | SPECIAL REDUCTIONS. The following are a few of the BEST j BARG A INS EVER OFFERED—j Ladies' I’uteni or Glace liar Shoe.", bp’hj reiseG tecs, Cuban bods, Were IGs Gd. j Reduced price. 12'- Gel. Ladle.'’ Parent Court Shoes, neat buckles, j 5-mart toes, Cuban beds. Were 16s 6d. Reduced price, 12.- Gd. Ladies’ L.p“e or Derby Shoes. round tors. Wore 12a Gd. Reduced price, 8s 11(1. Ladies’ Glace l.:'fp Hals., round tne-s, be,st (puility. Were 19s Cd. Reduced price, I 9.« 6<L Ladies' drey or Champagne, Canvas Shoes. I.ice or court.. Were Gs Cd. Reduced piioo, 4s lid (inis’ Tan .Strap Shoos, 7 to 10. Were 5$ 6d. Reduced price, 3s lid. Men’s (Race Hals., round toes, fair stitched. 'Were 17s Gil. Reduced price, 13s 6d. Mens Box Calf Hals., hid le;r, round toes. Were 17s 6.1. Reduced price, 13k 6d. Mens Tan Willow l.aoo Hals., round loos. Wore, IN Cd. Reduced price, 14s Cd. Men’s Sire r.jf (.Tiromn Bals., round toes. From 11s Gd lo 14s 6d. Youtiio’ Chrome Bals,, round toes, 3 and 4. 10s Gd. Men’s Tennis Shoes, eluaune soles. Were 12s od. Reduced price, 9s 6d. Men’s Urn Coif Shoes, round toes. From 14« 6d. cm: ROOT PALACE, CORNER OF GEORGE AND ST ANDREW STRF.ETS.

PIANO HERAIRING at REDUCED RATES to enable us to keep hands goins;. V. HOWELL AND CO.. Octagon and Rath street. WHY DO THE PUBLIC SAY Lane’s CORDIALS PLEASE? Because they know they are getting the Purest, an-I Best money can buy. Ail WATERS and CORDIALS are made from our ARTESIAN - WELL;' drawii from the solid blue rock in our Factory, Walker street. THK DOMINION RUBBER COMPANY, LIMITED. TJ ’.HK above-named Company reports a RDX ‘ TURN of 3.9661b of RUBBER for the month of October. The introduction of the alternate day system of tapping and the reduction in the coolie force consequent upon the adoption of a policy of strict economy at the present juncture no doubt accounts for the small return. The Juno Rubber, 8,2571 V realised £734; •

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 15659, 25 November 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 15659, 25 November 1914

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