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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 15659, 25 November 1914
AMUSEMENTS. MONSTER DOUBLE ATTRACTION I TUB J£l NG ’ S JHEATRE, FULLERS’ - CONTINUOUS PICTURES. 6.3O—EVERY EVENING—B.3O. ■ • In Addition to our ; : AUTHENTIC WAR FILM'S; GERMAN OCCUPATION OF LOUVAIN. And RATHE'S WAR GAZETTE (All (ho Latest News from the Front), Wo tiro also Screening tlws following MAGNIFICENT STAR/ PROGIUMM-Bi THE TREASURE SHIP \ Dram*. INNOCENT, BUT AWKWARD ... Comedv. LIFE'S LOTTERY Drama. RUINS OP ANCIENT-ROAIE V;...,... Scenic. The KEYSTONE Scream, GREAT TOE MYSTERY. GREAT TOE MYSTERY.' NOTE—The Special War Pictures will be Screened at 6.30 arid 8.20 each evening. ADULTS. Cd. CHILDREN, 3d MARINE EXCURSIONS. SPECIAL TIME-TABLE FOR SHOW WEEK. SPECIAL STEAMERS leave Dunedin for MAC’ANDREWS, COMPANY BAY, BROAD BAY, and PORTOBELLO. THURSDAY (PEOPLE’S 1 SHOW DAY). Loave Dunedin; 10 a.iu,, 1.30 p.m., 6.30 p.m. Leave Porto.; 7.30 a.m., 12 noon, 5 p.ni. NOTE.—There will be NO 5.15 p.m. Boat on THURSDAY. FARES; Adult?. Return, Is 6d; Adult*, Single, Is; Children, return, 6d. Concession Tickets (10 trips for ss). THE PENINSULA FERRY COMPANY, LIMITED. 20 CRAWFORD STREET, Dunedin. Telephone 1,486. .SPECIAL TO MUSICAL PEOPLE 1 VISITORS TO THE CITY'. "xrou ARE INVITED to call at BEGG’S .1. Music Department ami look through the New Music, of which there is a great variety. PATRIOTIC SONGS are now in much demand. Beggs ha ve aIF the latesC British and Dcmmioii compositions', as well a* the old favorites. ONE SHILLING. ALBUMS of . Fongs, Daucce, and Piano Music. A very large Mock, BOUND VOLUMES of Musical Worlw, suitable for Christmas Gifts. SIXPENNY EDITIONS erf Popular Songs and Piano Miv-ie. Hundreds to select from. Any Piece will Ire played over on request. We extend a-Cordial Invitation to Music* ■ LoVdrE! OHAS. BKC.G AND CO., LIMITED, HEADQUARTERS FOR MUSIC, PRINCES STREET.
HOSPITAL SATURDAY IS NEXT SATURDAY. EVERY MAN'S, EVERY WOMAN'S, EVERY CHILD'S OPPORTUNITY TO HELP EVEN A LITTLE. HELP FEED TILK PLUCKY, .STARVING BELGIANS. HELP OUR OWN .SUFFERING CONSUMPTIVES AND THE!It DEPENDENT FAMILIES. HELP OUR OWN SICK, NEEDY. AND DISTRESSED. HO SPT TAL SATURDAY ST REE T C O LIECTIO N. NEXT SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 28. MAGNIFICENT COLLECTION OP FLOWERS FOR PALE. BRIGHT NATIONAL AND FANCY COSTUMES. VOCAL AND ' INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC. HANDSOMELY DECORATED STANDS. Proceeds for Belgian Poor. Dunedin Bosincnl Consumptive Treniment. St, John Ambulance Association's Trained Nurse Working: Among the Sick Poor. Patients and Prisoners’ Aid Society (F. C. Ctmtming, agent). Karitane Babies’ Jio.-pitaL Victoria Women's Jubilee Convalescent Fund, etc Donations of Flowers thankfully received at Early Settlers’ Hall on FRIDAY. G. C. IPRAEL. President. J. 0. M’GEORGE, Hon. Secretary. Empire Buildings, Princes street. K. S. WILSON, Secretary. Telephone 1,719.
CORPORATION NOTICES. DUNEDIN CITY COUNCIL. TRAMWAY TIME-TABLE. T>UBTJC NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN JL ibat on People's Day of the Summer Show. iho 26tb iusLim. the Usual TahmiibGardens ami Post Oflice-Oiverthsun (via- Oarpill load) Tramway Services will be SUSI'ENDED from 1.35 p.m. The regular services will bo maintained on all other routes. Special i-ars will be run ns required. (1. A. LEWIN. Town Clerk. Dunedin. 2-Hh November, 1914. LOST AND FOUND. LOST, small Bronze Cross tC.E.M.T.). Finder kindly return to Trythall. Exchange Court. T llSl~r lirT^b ( A (rubies and pearls). Finder rewarded i by ’i ri in ning J oily. watchmaker. Moray place. I T OST (Tuesday night. in or between Itnrri- | fi-s s«.u Dai) a I'd I’m.' Office). Uhrclc Lave 1 Head S'm. Findn please leave at Cooke and M-atth* wa's. Down'll" *1 real. 5 (IST 'fortnight a"o>, T.tooch (wlrip and hor.-riiiof), between Mussel burgh School and Sunshine. Publisher, ’Star' < I tiler-. j,'<jl r ND i Saturday cvcm'ii!;), an Uinbrelbr. Apx>!y Mc-muy and Gillies, [ London House, (teerye. street. pOUND.—£I.SOO for Disposal””United I JL' Start-Bowlactl, 2nd. December: join, participate. Particulars Hugh Mitchell, j Slock Exchange. '■ i.lol’ND.—A (iTcal supply of Fresh Fish: i Groper and Ivingtish, sib tor la. At S-icwaiCs. TjM)TJNT>.—At Stewart fishmongers ami 1 poultcre-re: Splendid lot Feathers for Sale, 3d per lb, delivered. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. NBV ZEALAND RAILWAYS. MILTON SHOW. TUESDAY, Li DECEMBER. Holiday excursion tickets to Milton will be issued a,t Dunedin, Clinton. and interineniaio station., also from stations between Lawrence and Milton, by morning irnins on TIJK.-sDAV, let Deeemlicr, available for return up to and including ! Mondavi 7tb December, 1914. 1 By Order. i Office of the Public Service C omniiss inner, Weiiiugioii, 13l It November. 1914. VPPI.ICATIONS wi : l la*- received by t.ho urulor'icned up tilt mem on th» 1-Uh DECEMBER for the POSITIONS ( 2i of POULTRY INSTRUCTOR, Depaiumear o. Agriculture. Industries, an:l Commerce. Applications must embrace- a ..laicimu! c education ami experience, particular* oi a-'e, etc. Salary to commence,, £IBO, Full particulars may be seen in the ‘New Zealand Gazette’ of the 19th November, 1914, or may be obtained from the. Permanent Head, Department of Agriculture. A. .1. .11. BENGE. .Secretary. Office of Public Service fommissicuer. I Wellington, 21st November, 1914. j A PPLI CATIONS will bo received by the. ! -US. undersigned tp till noon on the 7th i DECEMBER for tlio POSITION of CARE- I TAKER for the LIVE STOCK QUARANTINE STATION at Somes Island. Further jarticulara may be seen in tho ■ New Zealand Gazette ’ or tho 26th Novem- J bet, 1914. or may bo obtained from the Permanent Head, Department oi Agriculture. Salary. £IBO. General Division. A. J. H. BENGE, Secretary. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. JACKSON’S Private Hotel, Dowling street. Dinner 12 till 2; Tea, 5 to 7; Socials and Parlies entered for; eommitteo room. First-class Accommodation Visitors. GLADSTONE HOUSE, Moray place ('phone 2,180). —Best Accommodation I visitors; personal -supervision. Moss and j MThersou. 1 GRANGE Private Hotel, 84 Hanover , street, five minutes from Station, under - entirely new management. —Best accommodation for country visitors and permanent boarders; tariff moderate. ■ WANTED Known—That Billheads, Cir- * culars, Cards, Programmes, and General Printing of every description are executed at tho ‘ Evening Star ’ Office at Moderate i Prices. f
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