AMUSEMENTS. mHE OCTAGON. HAYWARDS'. JL Farewell TO-NIGHT, at 8. GREAT BATTLE BEFORE ANTWERP. Also SUPERB WAR GAZETTE. THE TOY SHOP A Charming Story. BOY SCOUT FARM Interesting. BURNING TRESTLE Drama. SETTING THE STYLE Humorous. -BILL TAKES A LADY TO LUNCH. ' BEAUTY AND THE BARGE.' ‘BEAUTY AND THE BARGE.' I.n't Chance to Seo England's Famous Actor, CYRIL MAUDE, in . W. W. Jacobs’s Great Comedy. 6d ami Is; Res Dresden, la 6d till noon. From 1 p.m. Octagon, or 'phono 3,091. SPECIAL EXTRA. rjMIE OCTAGON. HAYWARDS’. Commencing MONDAY, 30th November, WE SCREEN WE SCREEN THE DAVtS CUP. THE DAVIS CUP. World's Famous Tennis Match, played in New York, August, 1914, AUSTRALASIA versus AMERICA. AUSTRALASIA versus AMERICA. Won by Australasia. WILDING and BROOKS (Australasia) Versus M'LAUGHLIN and WILLIAMS (America). Perfect Photography. Interesting Picture. ' it " Also our Complete programme MUSIC with PICTURES. of poll THE BELGIANS. SACRED CONCERT SACRED CONCERT SACRED CONCERT In the OCTAGON HALL, TO-MORROW EVENING, at 8 o’clock, TO MORROW EVENING, at 8 o'clock. By Sir W. PAGET GALE and KNOX CHURCH CHOIR. Collection. DUNEDIN PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY. /~t A R R I S O N H A L L, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4. By Special Request, ‘MILITARY CAPRICE' (SQUARISH) WILL BE REPEATED. Overture, ‘ Triomphale ’; Prologue, ‘ln Heaven,’ to the Opera ‘ Mcphistophlos ’ (Bosli). Vocalist : Miss MABEL ESQUILANT. A limited number of Tickets on sale at door, or from members of the Society, 2;. E. S. WILSON, Secretary. MARINE EXCURSION. SUNDAY, 291 hj NOVEMBER. MA H E N O. T. S . S. (Circumstances permitting). Leaves Dunedin 10 a.in., returns 4 p.m., arriving at Dunedin 6 p.m.. For MAORI KAIK and NORTH SPIT. 34 miles cruise of the harbor for Is. Cheapest trip in the world. DUNEDIN FERRY COMPANY. LTD. j KRAKMAR HOUSE SCHOOL. | ■STTOULD ALL PAST PUPILS, not a i- ! • • ready circularised CVinmiiiuVni' hum.-- 1 dintely with (ho address given below hi get ’ particulars of tho Farewell Function in con- ] nect with the. Misses Millers' miremem. 1 Miss DORIS O. RAMSAY, j Onslow House. St. Kiida, Dunrd n. fJTENDERS TENDERS. arc invited for GAS INSTALLATIONS, specifications of which may be teen at. mv Office. i I J. A. HO PC RAFT. Accountant, 12 Octagon. I
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. FRESH INTEREST IX THE MILLINERY SECTION AT MOLLISONS. AN EXCEPTIOXA E OFFERING FOR THE 5 WEEK ONLY. LOVELY TRIMMED HATS AT BARGAIN BRICES. PRETTY HATS TO TRIM AT GIFT PRICES. SEASIDE AND HOLIDAY HATS LESS THAN HALF-PRICE. TO-MORROW IVE OFFER 130 Charming Trimmed Hat*, exclusive models, no two alike, all representative of the very latest style for midsummer wear. Tito (me value is from 30s to 425. Our price this week is 10s 6d er.elt. TO-MORROW WE OFFER 430 Pretty Tint rimmed Hats, in tngal and chip, latest, colorings, correct shapes, ineluding " Doily I ardon " and sailor styles; a fine variety of the highest-class goods. Usual priees range front 5s (VI to 10s 6d. Our price this week, all 2s 6d each. TO-MORROW WE OFFER 260 Ladies’ Holiday and Seaside Hats, in correct shapes and shades. Worth 5s Cd. Onr price this week, nil Is each. TO-MORROW WR OFFER. 400 Children's and Maids’ “Sunshine." “Beach” and “Picnic" Hats, all goodquality si raws, ecrrect shapes, comfortable, pretty and a perfect shade. Usually 2s 6d. Price this week, all 6d each. GREAT SUNSHADE VALUES. 120 Ladies' Fancy Silk Parasols, all pure sill:, in fancy and plain coverings, the new long handles, quaint designs. Usually 15s. Price this week, Cs 6d. 160 Children’s Frilled Sunshades, in plain blue, 2s lid, for Is cadi. MOLLISONS LTD., End o" Penny Section, Georgo street. NO FOREIGN CAPITAL, NO FOREIGN SUBSTANCE, SIMPLY OTAGO’S BEST, In TARATU COAL You Get the BEfST POSSIBLE. VALUE. Only 21s 6d per ton for cash, delivered within the City Boundary. GET IT FROM YOUR COAL MERCHANT, Satisfaction goes with it. NO SHORTAGE OF DRUGS. WILKINSON AND SON, Chemists, have in Stock FULL SUPPLIES OF ALL DRUGS, Chemicals, Patents, etc. Regular importations coming to hand. Doctors’ Prescriptions Dispensed at USUAL PRICES. Puritv and Accuracy Guaranteed. 91 PRINCES STREET and 297 GEORGE STREET, DUNEDIN. WHY DO THE PUBLIC SAY ’ LINE’S I CORDIALS PLEASE? j Because they know they are getting the i Purest ani Best money can buy. j All WATERS and CORDIALS are made from our ARTESIAN WELL, drawn from the solid blue rock in our Factory, Walker street. I i i
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