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AMUSEMENTS. PRINCESS THEATRE. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, 2.30. 6d SPECIAL MATINEE. M. 6<l SPECIAL- MATINEE, 6d. CHILDREN—Cd 6d 6d Gd C-d 6d 6d 6d. Direction ...R. THEATRE. .. Fuller-Brennan. VAUDEVILLE. LAST 2 NIGHTS. CARRIE MOORE CARRIE MOORE. CARIUE MOORE. CARRTE MOORE. CARRIE MOORE. CARRIE MOORE. CARRIE MOORE. CARRIE MOORE. CARRTE MOORE. CARRIE MOORE. CARRIE MOORE. CARRIE MOORE. CARRTE MOORE. CARRIE MOORE. Supported by a Magnificent Array of VAUDEVILLESTAR ARTISTS. BENSON AND BELL, ROSA LOADER, LESLIE HOLMES, Costume Comedy Co., BROWN AND SORLIE, GREAT WESTIN. WHITE AND GREY, LES BATES, ARTHUR TROUT, And MERMAID. RESERVES AT DRESDEN. Dross Circle and Orchestral Stall*, 2s; Stalls, Is; and Upper Circle, 6d. MATINEE NEXT SATURDAY. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS REP CROSS, HOSPITAL SATURDAY AND BELCIAN RELIEF DAY. /p<ITIZE'NS wishing to contribute to tho above funds may render valuable monetary assistance without the cost of one penny to themselves. Here is the plan: PENROSE'S Will sell on Hospital Saturday 500 RED CROSS TOWELS afc Is 3d Each, And will Donate HALF THE PROCEEDS To the Hospital and Belgian Relif Funds. BUY A PAIR OF TOWELS BUY A PAIR OF TOWELS MOVEMENT. MOVEMENT. HALF PROCEEDS CIVEN TO THE Wc trust the public will respond heartily to our proposal, and buy up every one of the 500 Towels to be offered. These 500 Turkish Towels are very lnrsfe, 62in x 27in. and, apart from the object, of tho sale, tho value alone is splendid, and a good investment for the keenest of value. PEE WINDOW DISPLAY. SHOW WEEK. BR. AITHWA ITE' S, LT D. (Undcv the Horseshoe). FINEST SIGHT IN DUNEDIN. jr-vorylhinjr New in Book?, Stationery. Novelties, Fancy Goods, Artists' Material, Doils, Tovs, "Glass, and -China -are. OUR PRICES TELL, AND DRAW THE CROWD: A Rocking Horse a Delightful Present for a Boy. A Beautiful Doll :m(l Perambulator catch every Girl's fancy. Unique Post Ca?ds and Christmas Cards from Id. Our Country Visitor's all in ecstasies over a British manufacturer's samples of ilistqtmlity Electroplate and Cutlery at 6s in ills;" £ discount. A Special Selection of Splendid Books in cveiy branch of literature at 15 per 1 ' - 50 per cent, oil" usual prices ure every true book lover. Fashionable Ladies' Leather Bag-s at fetching prices. BRAITHWAITE'S HAVE THOUSANDS OF PRESENTS FOR EVERYBODY Not Obtainable Elsewhere. As for Combs, Brushes, Se?nts, Soaps, Ladies' and Gents' Dressing Cases, Writing- Cases, and Novelties of every conceivable description. SAVE MONEY BY BUYING AT BRAITHWAITE'S, LTD. R. ROBERTSON, Manager. EVERY WOMAN TAKES A PRIDE IN HER HOSIERY. You have now a First-rate Opportunity of Getting tho Very Best Quality Makes, in tho Newest and Smartest Designs, and, besides bein:( Attractive to look at, THEIR QUALITY IS THE) VERY BEST. DAINTY EMBROIDERED HOSE, Is, Is 6d, 2s 6d, 2s lid. SILK ANKLE HOSE, in Black and Tan, 2s 3d and 2s lid. PLAIN CASHMERE HOSE, Is, Is Cd, up to 3s 6d. TJNIQUE~~STOBES, "FAMOUS FOR BIG VALUES," STUART STREET. i;risiTOßS to the show Are Invited to Inspect OUR LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF VEHICLES. Built of Thoroughly Seasoned Woods and Best Material and Fittings. Assembled end Finished by Competent Workmen. We make a Specialty of MOTOR BODIES, PAINTING, AND TRIMMINGS. Write, for Prices, Illustrations, etc., to J. ORMISTON WHITE, COACHBUILDER, CRAWFORD STREET, DUNEDIN. TENDERS. THE DUNEDIN DRAINAGE AND SEWERAGE BOARD. TO PLUMBERS AND DRAINERS. CONTRACT' No. A-187—Drain-iivCbrmuon, Moreau and Richardson streets. CONTRACT No. A-188—Drain-in-Common, Duncan and Arthur streets, CONTRACT No. A-198—Drain-in-Common, Richardson and Hardy streets. CONTRACT No. A-190—Drain-in-Common, High street. "LENDERS are invited for the above, re- - turaSble up to 4 p.m. on TUESDAY, Ist December, 1914, to the Secretary, Hallenatein's Buildings, Octagon, Dunodin, Where plans and specifications may ba eeen and forms of tender obtained. Deposit, marked cheque for £lO, £5, £2; and £5 respectively. The-Jowest or any tender not necessarilyaccepted A. SLINGER. ' Drainage Ejigineer. 87th November. 1014* <

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 15661, 27 November 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6 Issue 15661, 27 November 1914

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