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AMUSEMENTS. THE OCTAGON. HAYWARDS'. Again TO-NIGHT, at 8. Jsoia the Interesting Subjects. WAR SCENES AT ANTWERP. THE LATEST LONDONi NEWS. By T. K. Bray, the Noted Cartoonist, HEEZA LIAR'S GAME HUNT, The Funnies?" Skit Ever Produced ANCIENT EGYPT, Interesting- frcm Mnnv Points of View. TUB DAVIS CUP, 1914. The Bluo liibbon of the Tennis World. Ateo, iho Powerful Picture Drama, Tito Drinker, the Abstainer, tba Neither. There i& he)« a Strong Lesson in TIIE INSPECTOR'S STORY. THE INSPECTOR'S STORY. Interesting from the start, end ono soss tho conclusion of this great piny with teardimtned eyes, yet with a sudden feeling of optimism and an awakening confidence in tho power and goodness of humanity. Other Films ar-3 alfo shown. ALL TO APPROPRIATE! ORCHESTRAL MUSIC. 6tl and Ib. Res. 'Dresden, Is Gd. NOTICE. -TmH METHODIST CONGREGATION of L Mormngton will hold a Social Meeting to farewell tho local Volunteers in tho Church HaK TO-MORROW (Thursday) EVENING, at 7.45. Friends of the recruits aro invited. British Records for British Homes! PATRIOTIC RECORDS PATRIOTIC RECORDS FOR GRAMOPHONES. FOR GRAMOPHONES. 3EGG'S have pleasure in announcing tho ~y arrival of a supply of 250 LYRICPHONE DISC RECORDS, Containing PATRIOTIC SELECTIONS exclusively. Tbo3o Records ore made in England, and reproduce with great power and fullness of tone. No. 10 is already sold out, and early application will bo liccossaiy, as tho demand is naturally abnormal. Tho following aro now on sale: No. I—' Rule, Britannia' and ' God Save tho King': 'Russian Notional Anthem' and ' The Marseillaise,' by Empire Military Band. Nc. 2-—' Boys of tho Old Brigade,' Vocal March and Military Band; 'Hearts of Oak,' sung by Robert English. No. 3—'Sons"of tho Sea' and 'Tommy Atkins,' two songs sung by Robert English, with Brass Band Accompaniment. No. 4 —' British Imperial Chimes' and Tsehaikowsky Overture, 1912, Empire Military Band. No. s—' For Empire and England 'and ' Our King and Country Need You,' two songs sung by Robert English, with Band Accompaniment. No. 6 —'Soldiers of tho King' and 'Red, White, and Blue,' two songs sung by Robert English, with Band Accompaniment. No. 7—" La Marseillaise,' Empire Military Band, with Vocal Chorus; and 'Triple Entente' Anthems, Brapiro Military Band, with Vocal Effects. No. B—'Hullo, There, Littlo Tommy Atkins,' sung by Victor Conway; 'A Bombardier (Son of a Gun),' sung by Robert English. No. 9—' God Save, ihe King' and ' Rule, Britannia.' Empire Military Band, with Vocal Chorus and Effects. PRICE. 3s Gd EACH. CHAS. BEGG AND CO., LTD., J.yricphone and Gramophone Parlor, Princes street. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. NO SHORTAGE OF DRUG 3. WILKINSON AND SON, Chemists, have in Stock FULL SUPPLIES OP ALL DRUGS, Chemicals, Patents, etc. Regular importations coming to hand. Doctors' Prescriptions Dispensed at, USUAL PRICES. Purity and Accuracy Guaranteed. 91 PRINCES STREET and 297 GEORGE STREET, DUNEDIN. I.OBACCON7ST AND HAIRDRESSER"? BUSINESS TOR SALE, in Centre of City Only small capital required. Apiply BOX 124. P. 0.. DUNEDIN. FRESH INTEREST IN THE MILLINERY SECTION AT MOLLISONS. AN EXCEPTIONAL OFFERING FOR THIS WEEK ONLY. LOVELY TRIMMED HATS AT BARGAIN PJtfCES. PRETTY HATS TO TRIM AT GIFT PRICES. SEASIDE AND HOLIDAY HATS LESS THAN HALF-PRICE. TO-MORROW WE OFFER 130 Charming Trimmed Hats, exclusivemodels, no two alike, all representative of the very latest style for "midsummer wear. The true value is from 30s to 425. Our price this week is 10s 6d <arh. TO-MORROW WE OFFER 430 Pretty Untrinimed Huts, in tagal and elup, latest colorings, correct shapes, including ''Dolly Vardcu" and ssiilor styles; a fine variety of tho highest-class goods. Usual prices range from 5s 6d Ki 20s 6d. Our price this week, all 2s 6d each. TO-MORROW*WE OFFER 2CO I-a-die.s' Holiday and Seagirt.? Hats, in correct gfeaiwi and. shadM. Worth 3s 6d. Our price this week, al] Is each. TO-MORROW WE OFFER 400 Children's and Maids' " Sunshine," "Beach" and "Picnic" Hats, nil goodquality straws, eorroel r.hppes, comfortable, prettv. and a perfect shade. Usually 2s '6d. Price this week, all 6d GREAT SUNSHADE VALUES. 120 Laches' Fancy Silk Parasols, all pure silk, in fan'y and plain coverings, the n*w long handles, quaint designs. Usually 355. Price this week, 6s 6d. 160 Children's Frilled Sunshades, in plain blue. 2s lid, for U each. MOLLISONS LTD., End o: Penny Section, George street.. WHY DO THE PUBLIC SAY LAKE'S CORDIALS PLEASE? Because they know they are getting the Purest anl Best money can buy. All WATERS and CORDIALS aro made from our ARTESIAN WELL, drawn from the solid blue rock in our Factory, Walker ctreet. JT'ST OPENED, •niy New Sample Sports Coaus. in nr.we.-t colorings. Worth v.p to 49s Gd each. FOR THIS WEEK, 21s fxl, 22.S 6d, 255. SECURE ONE NOW. T. AND R. WOODS, LTD., 13-15 Princes ttroet, Opposite Herbert, Haynog. r>APER for Wrapping-up For Sale. Apply | j '4»u»-' Office, Bcua street, I

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 6, Evening Star, Issue 15665, 2 December 1914

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