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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 15664, 1 December 1914
AMUSEMENTS. pLAZA PICTURES. 1 o'clock to 5.30; 6.50 to 10 p.m. COMPLETE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME. Headed by the Great Feature Film, THE MARINE MYSTERY, THE MARINE MYSTERY. Featuring KING BAGGOTT. A Powerful Two-reel Drama. And THE SCOUTS MOTTO. THE SCOUTS MOTTO. Supporting Scries Include The Tale of the Shirt ... Screaming Comedy. Girl Behind the Barriers Drama. WAR NEWS! WAR NEWS! WAR NEWS! WAR NEWS! In the Eclair Journal. WAR NEWS! Direct from WAR NEWS! the Front. REGENERATION Selig Drama. JU JiTSU Comic. PEARL WHITE in the DANCING CRAZE. Come and See the Turkey Trot and Tango. One of the very best Comics ever screened. PRICES: ADULTS, 6d. CHILDREN, 3d. BEAUTY COMPETITION. AT BOTH EVENING SESSIONS The THIRD SERIES of Six Competitors Will bo Screened. T H B M E S S I A H,' By THE CHURCH CHOIRS’ UNION. IN AID OP THE PATRIOTIC FUND. GARRISON HALL, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, At 8 p.m. Admission: Body of Hall, Is; Gallery, 2s. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF N.Z., LTD. NOTICE TO SHAREHOLDERS. TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, the A Share Register of the Company will bo CLOSED from Ist DECEMBER to 16th DECEMBER, both dates inclusive. By order of the Board, C. H. HUGHES, Secretary. LO KEONG’S SALE. Buy Now Your Xmas Presents. Choice Selection of DOLLS and TOYS. CHINESE TUSSORE, White and Colored SILKS. JAPANESE CRERES, White and Colors. HAND-EMBROIDERED SILK BLOUSE LENGTHS. SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, Embroidered and Plain. JAP. FANS, UMBRELLAS, and LANTERNS'. Just Landed, CHINESE WATER LILIES, j 0 KEONG, 117 GEORGE STREET. NEW STYLES IN LADIES’ BAGS. HAVE JUST OPENED UP a very fine, selection of Ladies' Bags from the best English houses. We have the following modem styles:—Moire, Mirror. Kodak. Sahcrtash, Burlington, ami Trapeze, in hard-grained Moroccos, Seal. Suedes, and Puma Calf. Every bag guaranteed. Prices moderate. Inspection cordially invited. J. WILKIE AND CO., Princes street. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. PALMERSTON A. AND P. SHOW, FRIDAY, 4(h DECEMBER. THE ORDINARY TIME-TABLE on the Dunback Branch will bo SUSPENDED. Trains will leave Palmerston for Dunback at. 9.0 wit. and 5.45 p.m., returning leaving Dunback at 0.55 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. The Up Express Train leaving Dunedin at 11.14 a.m. will slop at Waikouaiti to pick up passengers for Palmerston. The Train usually leaving Palmerston for Dunedin and intermediate stations at 5.0 p.rn. will not leave until 5.35 p.m, Waikouaiti 6.5 p.m., Scacliff 6.40 p.m, Waitati 7.15 p.m., arriving Dunedin 8.40 p.m. Holiday Excursion Tickets to Palmerston will bn issued at Dunedin, Oamaru. and 'intermediate stations on FRIDAY, 4th December, available for return up to and including THURSDAY, 10th December, 1914. By Order. By Direction of the Public Service Commissioner. Applications are invited for assistant LAUNDRESS; wages commencing £65 per annum. Also. KITCHENMAID ; wages commencing £55 per annum. Applications, with references, to be forwarded to +llO. MATRON. Special School, Otckaiko. TENDERS. rjnENDEPS will be received until 12 o’clock A on MONDAY. December 71 hj. 1914, for REINSTATING WOODEN RESIDENCE, Si. Hilda. Plans and sjHviiicnlious may be seen at tnr office. EDMUND ANSCOMBE, Registered Architect. Union Bank Building:, Dunedin. MEETINGS. SECONDARY HOSPITAL. 4, PUBLIC MEETING will be. held in Wakari Schoolhouso on THURSDAY, 3rd December, 1914, at 8 pm., to PROTEST against Hospital Board Erecting Buildings in the district for scarlet fever, diphtheria, and incurable consumption. J. TORRANCE, Chairman Wakari School Committee. RELIGIOUS. A 3IESSAGE 05? PEACE IN TIME OF WAR. Como and Hear M R FORBES M’LEOD, THE; SCOTTISH EVANGELIST. In the South Dunedin Gospel Hall, King Edward street, TO-NIGHT (TUESDAY), at 7 45. Sankey’s Hymn Books provided. Everybody welcome. TO LET. mO LET (Decembe JL SIGNS.” the ' Ist), “THE MAN-weil-known High-class Boarding-house. For particulars apnlv JAMES ANNAND, 47 Stuart street. 5' ROOMED Brick House To Let; every convenience. Apply 534 Castle street, i -ROOMED Erick House (dry); large fcculTfc lery, washhouse, gas, etc.: iOs 6J. Foil. Wain ft reel, Kensington. mO LET, 10-roomcd House, Manor place; J. electric light, and every convenience; 27s 6d. “ ‘ ~‘~ Telephone 1,440. QOX-RO 011ED~Brick Bungalow, St. Clair KM all up-to-date improvements; 255. Address “Term,” ‘Star’ Office. mO LET, Furnished, 6 weeks from 28th De--1 comber, 6-roomed House; every convenience; telephone; on hill, centre town. “J.,” ‘Star' Office. TjIXJRNISHED House, seven rooms, every JJ convenience. To Let,, few weeks during Christmas vacation. “ Moderate Six,” ‘Star’ Oifice. rjpo LET, I tlbs comfortablo 3-roomcd Cottage; and boiler. Apply 32 Hassell 4 -ROOM New Erick House, slabics, 55 Maclaggan; 2 Furnished Rooms; 3-room Cottage, 15.3 Castle. 'Phono 420. TO LET, near Gardens, comfortable Seveitroomed House- gas, bath, hot water; drained. 667 Oastla street. TO LET, 5-roomcd House, 406 Cumberland >. Apply Abum and Sons, Cumberland street. , T6/TUSSBLBURGH. —Now Five-roomed Bun-
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