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AMUSEMEf A Great. Ednc.ntio FOR KING AND i Showing many Scones of ■the Troops of Great Bril the Front TVTEW QUEEN’S X PERPETUAL PICTU) To-day; 10 o’clock a.m. A TERRIFIC OUR SPECIAL PR< WHEN THE HEX I. WHEN THE MEN I. WHEN THE MEN I. WHEN THE MEX L Tills wildly hilarious Fdi Picture that would be ditii wo guarantee it will mak your seat with tears of la WAR. WAR. W; ANTWERP UNDER STIC ANTWERP UNDER SHO ANTWERP UNDER, SHO An authentic War Spec! the Front The German Shells nan Bursting in m: HE WAS RAD THE LITTLE SI A Splendid Vitajraj Hunger of the Heart Tho very latest, Australis DUNEDIN PATRIOT Til E ,M E Bv CHURCH CHOIRS GARRISON IT WEDNESDAY, DECEffI Soloists: Soprano, Miss May 1 Cunlraho, Miss Mabc Tenor, Mr W. E. II'! Bass. Mr S. J. Gilbei Leader of Orchestra, Mr Organist, 3lr W. P Pi!nisi. Miss Ha Conductor, Mr W. ADMISSION Special to Soho, Teachers and I BOYS’ FLUTES. BOY. 1 ? B EGG’S have received : of LYRIC B FLAT ] plied to Fife and Drum throughout, tho Dominion, be filled without delay. 1 THF “ LYRIC ” B FLAT Wood, one silvered key | THE SAME, with brass ko; [ The Fine.st, Value in t CHAS. BEGG AND Headquarters for MuPrinces slret SPORTINC WAIKOUAITI RACE 4 N N U A L M To be Hold THE DOMAIN O (One Mile Rou FRIDAY, JANUARY Programme Approved by A and the N.Z. Trotting PROGRAMM 1. MAIDEN PLATE HAN longs), of 55sovs; secoi from tho stake. For 1 never won a race of Nomination, 15s. Accej 2. WAIKOUAITI CUP (H sovs; first horse £9O, s< third horse £5. Nomi: cept.ance, 355. 5. NEW YEAR TROT (U 3 first horse £7O, second horse £5. Nominatior ance, 30s Weight: H< Ponies (14.2 hands and 4. BRAY 31EMORTAL (6 ! sovs; second horse It stake. Nomination, 1 255. 5. WELTER HANDICAP ( 65sovs; second horse I stake. Nomination, S 255. 6. HAWKSBURY HAND I longs), of Stteovs; secoi from tho stake. Nomil coptance, 30s. 7. RAILWAY TROT (1 M first, horse £6O, second lior.se £5. Xoxninatio ance, 255. Weight; Hi Ponies (14.2 hands and 8. FAREWELL HANDIGAI tions, 5 Furlongs), of horse lOsovs from the tion, 20s. Acceptance. NOMINATIONS: FRIDAY. HANDICAPS; MONDAY, ACCEPTANCES CLOSE ; December. (N.B. —See Rules Racing, I A) RULES.—Handicaps in F. ; based on a Minimum of 7ai I ner of any Race after decla I may be rchandicapped. All j under Rules of Racing as 1: I N.Z. Racing Conference am j Association. i Ail Entries and Acceptai dressed to the Hon. Secret or care of H. L. James, entrance money enclosed; name, ago, color, pedigree; performances of horses not hamlicappcr; also name c

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 15662, 28 November 1914

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 8 Issue 15662, 28 November 1914

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