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AMUSEMENTS. >LAZA PICTURES. 1 o'clock to 5.30; 6.30 to 10 p.m. COMPLETE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME. Headed by the Great Feature Film, THE MARINE MYSTERY, THE MARINE MYSTERY, Featuring KING BAGGCKPT. A Powerful Two-reel Drama. And THE SCOUT'S MOTTO. THE SCOUT'S MOTTO. Supporting Series IncludeThe Tale, of the Shirt ... Screaming Comedy. Girl Behind the Barriers Drama. WAR NEWS! WAR NEWS! AVAR NEWS! WAR NEWS! In the Eclair Journal. WAR NEWS! Direct from AVAR NEWS! the Front. REGENERATION Sclig Drama. JU JITSU Comic. PEARL WHITE in the. DANCING CRAZE. Come and See the Turkey Trot and Tango. One of the vcrv best Comics over screened. ' PRICES: ADULTS, 6d. CHILDREN, 3d. BEAUTY COMPETITION. AT BOTH EVENING SESSIONS The THIRD SERIES of Six Competitors Will be Screened. GLRTON COLLEGE, DOWLING STREET. A REUNION OF PAST AND PRESENT PUPILS WILL BE HELD AT THE COLLEGE! ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 7th, at 7 p.m. sharp. The Song that Stirs the. Blood! 'FALL IN!' 'FALL IN!' THE OFFICIAL RECRUITING SONG - ADOPTED BY THE WAR OFFICE OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE. Words by HAROLD BEGBIE. the distinguished Author, Music by FREDRIC H. COAA'EN, the great Song Composer. Here is a Song for Patriotic Homes and Patriotic Functions? It's a splendid composition, in quick march time, written by a master. Words and Music aro alike full of verve and vigor. What wil! you lack, sonny, what will you lack When the girls line up the street Shouting their love to the lads come back From the foe they rushed to meet? Published for the Prince of Wales's Fund. Price, 2s. Posted 2s Id. CHAS. BEGG AND CO., LIMITED, HEADQUARTERS FOR MUSIC, PRINCES STREET.

TO-KIGHT. AT 8 O'CLOCK. TO-NIGHT. AT 8 O'CLOCK. •THE MESSIA ll,' By THE CHURCH CHOIRS' UNION". DT AID OP THE PATRIOTIC FUM). GARRISON HALL. Soko-as: Soprano. Miss May Walton. Tenor. Mi W. A. M'Kinlay. Contralto, Miss Mabel fcquiknvt. Bass, Mr S. J. Gilbert. Leader of Orchestra, Mr J. A. Wallace. Onsmist, Mr W. Paget Gale. Pianist, Miss Harland. Conductor, Mr W. R. Don. Admission; Body of Hall, Is; Gallery, 2s. GRAND PATRIOTIC AND RECRUITING MEETING. SOUTH DUNEDrN TOWN* HALL, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, At 8 p.m. OUR EMPIRE IS CALLINC FOR MEN! MEN! MEN! AND OTACO WILL SUPPLY THEM. BANDS, SONGS. RECITATIONS, ami SISHns ADDRESSES by Powerful Spiers. »Co Charge for Admission. No Co I lection. IT IS MEN WE WANT-NOT MONEY. Conic Early and Pack the Hall. Parent? of those -who have volunteered for iho ra-iy obu <eais on application io E. S. Wilson, .Empire l!u:ldm S s. .7. P. SHACKLOCK, May.

LOST AND FOUND. •Saturday, South Duncdiu or St. Kiida), pair Pince-nez. Reward 0:1 wim-nir? 10 77 Queen's J Vive, Musselburgh. "f GST, Tiicsdav attenioon, tameo liroocii; \.J finder rewarded. 9 Colo, Cmham. _ . TOST,~ Sunday ni_ht, a Velvet Corduroy J Handbaii: reward. Finder kindly ring lOM', .Monday, e _ Return care Rattrav street. Mr Raymond, chemist 1' OST, Round Pearl Pendant Brooch in J Botanical Gardens or in Gardcns-Octa-"on ear; reward. Thomson <u«l 00. ■ OST, last Friday, White Cockatoo; 011_J were io name of -Treacle Heel;. 7?5 Kin? street; reward. Brooch, set with pearls. R<> U word returninu to Williamsons, jewellers. Primes street ' OST, between Car-ill Ptrect and Forbury _*_ Parle, Pearl and Amethyst Brooch (keepsake). Reward letuinin-r Bremuer, jeweller, PrincesjiUeet. MDOTTT/idy's Ww-k I Ja £. 8 4 Corner and Market street, containing - r.wey, jewellery ;_rc_ard. Harrow's Store. .~oST\"""aTlrnaTl While Woolly Poodle. J_ Finder kindly return 2 Hanover street: reward. lOST, Misouio iprou, \a leather case, m _ Mciriiintrton or High .street, Thursday, November 26": reward, t'ookboiu_ House^ W"~ 'l_l7L_dv~who get Umbrella with silverinoiinicd yunmetal handle, initials " M.J.P.," by mistake from Arcadia Tea Roonr-i kindly return there and get her own. "'7OUND.—Numerous Advertisements ap- ._. pcarim: "By Arramjement" are paid puKicat.ions interests of I/iquor Traffic; don't misunderstand. " Anonymous." 7W.JND, vicinity Rattray street, bum ot - Money. Apply 153 Rattray street. RELIGIOUS. A MESSAGE OF PEACE IN TIME OF WAK. Come and Hear '. FORBES- M'LEOD. THE SCOTTISH _. EVANGELIST, the, South Duncdiu Gospel Hall, Kin:,' Edward street, TO-NIGHT (WEDNESDAY 1, at 7.45- Sankcy's Hymn Book- provided. Everybody wcicouie. iceember Ist), "TUB MANX SIGNS." tbe well-known Hich-class Boarding-houvj. For particulars apply JAMES ANNAND, 47 Stuart street. k-ROOMED Brick House To Let; every O convenience. Apply 534;e street. 4 -ROOMED Brick House (dry;; lur<?e scul'•t lerv, M-aslihouse, gas, etc.; 10a 6d. Wain street, Kem.in_.ton. TO LET, iOroomed House, Manor place; electric light, and every convenience; 27« 6d. Telephone 1,4*0. "iLX-ROOMED Brick Bungalow, St. Clair; all up-to-date improvements: 255. Address "Term," 'Star' Ofiioe. 4 -ROOM New Bnck House, {-table's, i£> „ao laggan; 2 Furnished Booms; 3-room Cottape, 153 Castle. 'Phone 420. _________ TO LET, 5-roonied street. Apply Aburu and Sons, Cumberland street. TO LET, 4 and 6-roomed Houses; hj. anri c. water; drained; 10s and 15s. 74 Dundas street. rflO LOT, Bavficld. Four-room Houso; two JL lav windows, largo scullery, bathroom, hot and "cold water, electric light and plug for iron; sunny aspect; aeroplane olotiieo hoist; erud nice garden. Apply/.Thomas Bcgg-, A nderson'B Bay. ' r>6 LT3T, 5-rooraed Cottage, Main South road. Sievwright, James, cund Niohol. TO LET. 4, 5, 6, 7-roomed House?, City j ajid Suburbs; low rentals. Bryant, a_;enfc. Ovta^on,

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