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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15660, 26 November 1914
AMUSEMENTS. pLAZA _PICTURES. Hours ': 1 o’clock to 5.50: 6.50 to 10 p.m. EXCLUSIVE HOLIDAY PROGRAMME. EVERY PICTURE A STAR. THE UNDERTOW. A Tragedy. THE UNDERTOW. 1,000 Feet. CONDITIONAL BEQUEST. Powerful Drama by the Cinos Co. LATEST WAR NEWS. LATEST WAR NEWS. Direct, from London. In Warwick Chronicle. DREAMY JIMMIE Comic. OPIUM CIGARETTES Trick Film. PIMPLE, M.P Comic. Pimplo at liis Best. WIFE FOR A WAGER Nestor Drama. HIS FIRST RIDE Comedy. Prices: ADULTS, 6d; CHILDREN, sd. SPECIAL ATTRACTION! BEAUTY COMPETITION. AT BOTH EVENING SESSIONS AT BOTH EVENING SESSIONS THE SECOND SERIES OF SIX ENTRANTS Will bo Screened. JJIS MAJESTY’S THEATRE. TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! MYSTERIOUS HUGAKD. An Absolute Sensation. 'HIE GREAT RIFLE FEAT. Brin? Your Own Rifles. Mark the Shells and Bullets YOU CAN’T SHOOT HUGARD. CHING SUNG LOO, CUING SUNG DOO. Tho Greatest of All Magicians. Supported by A COMPANY OF STAR ARTISTS In Mirth and Music. Prices, ss, 2s, Is. Box Plan at Dresden. Day Sales Jacobs's. B URNS HAL TO-NIGHT, At 8.15. ARTHUR ALEXANDER PIANOFORTE RECITAL. PRICES, 4s, 2s 6d, Is. L. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. FOR SALK, YOUNG ORCHARD in full bearing; 56 acres; well watered at no cost; Dwelling, 7 rooms, general store (including stock), packing shed, stables, huts, and genera! outbuildings; live stock; compjcto plant. A.l in good order, lucomo 1913. say £750. Price, £2.250. Cards to view from Sole Agents, BRAY BROS., 24 Water street. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Rc Assigned Estate of ARTHUR GEDDES, of Invercargill, Bookstall Proprietor. ■\TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho jLx above Estate has been Assigned as under, and ALL CLAIMS aro to be forwarded on or before the 26th day of DECEMBER, 1914, addressed to the Trustees, cara No. 12 Dowling street, Dunedin, and all creditors arc invited to sign the Deed of Assignment. The Trustees will not be responsible for any claims received after the above date. PATRICK JOSEPH CALLAGHAN, JOSEPH HAYMAN, Trustees. Dated 22nd November. 1914. IOSI’ITAL SATURDAY ASSOCIATION. NNUAL COLLECTION. NOVEMBER 28 CA Yt’RSH AM DISTRICT, 1/fRS T. K. SIDEY will welcome DONA--11 TIONS of FLOWERS NEXT ATURDAY MORNING at FORBURY OR NEK'. GEORGE C. ISRAEL, President. NEW STYLES TN LADIES’ BAGS. XJE HAVE JUST OPENED UP a very ’ * fmo selection of Ladies’ Bags from e best English houses. We have the folwing modern styles: —Moire, Mirror, oriak, Sabcrtash. Burlington, and Trapeze, hard-grained Moroccos, Seal, Suedes, and mia Calf. Every bag guaranteed. Prices oderate. Inspection cordially invited. J. WILKIE AND CO.. Princes street. PORT CHALMERS TO THE FRONT. WANTED, i BUTCHER: one that has knowledge jL of Small Goods and Genera!. Apply to T. J. HARRISON, Pott Chalmers, (NOOD Whisky hurts no man. Watson’s X No. 10 is safest, because purest and best. OVERLAND 2-5 cater, good order, full equipment, great bargain; £IOO. Cooke. Howkson. ROYAL Starling, 10 h.p., thoroughly reliable, English manufacture, good cumber: £35. Cooke, Howlison. BUICK 1913 Touring Car, beautiful condition, almost, good as new; £220. Cocke, Howlison. CALTHORP Minor; marvellous hill-climb-ing performance, establishing record all roadster cars. Cooke, Howlison. BUICK Car again beats all comers large e.is,. car. Signal Hill climb. Cooke, H---. ■ -,. v. 11 aiicver street. MUTUAL Stores.—Show Week; First ui-piay Christmas Novelties—Dolls, 6d, Is; Mechanical Toys in great variety; GAMES, Japanese Novelties, Hair Brushes, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Umbrellas, Neckwear, Belts, Hose, and other useful presents. QP Sponge Cloth Sport Coats, 11s 6d uO each —woith 225; Japanese Baskets, 8d each. Mutual Stores, Dunedin. fTTHE Basement Hairdressing Saloon, under JL new management; everything of the best. Electric Massaging a Specialty. PAPER for Wrapping-tip For Sale. Apply ‘ Star ’ Office. Bond street. TADIES’ White Canvas Shoes from 8s 9d. J At Hilliker’s, 205 George street. MM/"ANTED Known—Free Gifts for hard v v 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. WANTED, everyone suffering from Weak Nerves to benefit by taking Marshalls Fosphcrinc; Is, 2« 6(1, everywhere. OLD age commands respect. Watson’s No. 10 is highly esteemed because veryold and fully matured. GAUDIN AND MARK," - Octagon, Cycle and Motor Merchants. Largest Stock iu the Dominion: r- our prices. GAUDIN AND MARR.—Butt-ended Tubes, 7s Cd: Dunlop Motor Covers, 52s 6(1; Sparking Pings. 2s 6<L G_. - A uDIN - ANtT~MARrT—New Bicycles’, eomplrtn with everything, £5 17s' 6d: Un-v's v; gent,'? models; easy terms arranged. AUDTN AND MARR.—Bicycle Tyres’ VT guaranteed 9 mouths. 9s 6d; Tubes, guaranteed 32 motirii?. 4s 10J; genuine bar gains. CT AUDI N AND lit A HR.—Mudguards, Is 9J T set; Sp.ashers, 6cl; Luggage Carriers, 3s J-.!; Plated Spanners, 6d. Octagon, DunBICYCLE Sale—Get our Catalogue and roc the astounding low prices; it will pay you. MOTOR Accessories.—Belt Punches, ls9d; Htad Lights, complete, with Generator, £1; Tubular Spanners, 2s 6el per set. (GAUDIN ~AND~MAHR^—DunIop Federal X Tyres. 7, 6d : Motor Goggles, 6d pair; Tubes. 5s fid; Capo-, an 9d. BICYCLE Sale.—Ladies’ and Gents’ Cycles, complete with everything, £5 17s 6d. Cal! and sec this wonderful value. MOTOR Accessories.—'Motor Cycle Tyres, 30s; Motor Cycle Tubes, 10s 9d. Come at once and sec for yourselves. GAUDIN AND MARR.—Foot-rest Rubbers, Is; Tire Dili, 5s 6d; Beit Fasteners, Is- Gloves, 6s 6d pair. MOTOR Accessories.—Endrick Decompressors, 10s 6d; Brake Pads, Is sd; Plug Cleaners, Is 3d; Rear Lights, 2s 3d. Octagon, Dunedin. GAUDIN AND MARR for Second-hand Cycles, £2 upwirdu. Every machine overhauled thoroughly; large stock to select. BICYCLE! Sale.—Tyres, guaranteed 6 month*, 7s 6d; guaranteed 9, 9s 6d; guaranteed 12 months, 12s 6d. CT A I JOIN AND MARR. — Stock-taking Sale X Cycle and Motor Accessories. Our ad-drew " Octagon, Dunedin. FOR medicinal purposes, the toast, or the friendly nip—Watson’s No. ID Whisky. YSTHITB Paper for Wrapping-up For Sals. ; tVj Amb! ‘Star' Office. Bond, strsat. J
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