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OPENING OF BAND KIOSK. The new baud kinsk at the Botanic Garden* will be officially opened by the Mayor on Tuesday evening. The. Kaiknrai Band and the Dunedin Orphan.-:' Club will between them produce an excellent evening's entertainment. There will be a collection taken up in aid of the Belgian fund. The arrangements in connection with this will be in the hands of Hie Hospital Saturday Association. The new kiosk is a decided acquisition to the Gardens, and should prove exceedingly useful for the holding of band cone-erts and other entertainments. The Kaikorni Band can always be relied on for a. good performance, and the Orphans promise something extra .special on Tuesday. -w MORAY PLACE. Three Minutes from Railway Station. AN IDEAL HOME FOR WORKING MEN. MEALS, 6cl (Dinner, Throe Courses). EVERYTHING OF THE BEST QUALITY. Prepared by one of New Zealand’s Best Cocks. BEDS, Is (Clean and Comfortable). Telephone 1,650. M'DOXA T.D AND SMITH, Proprietors. Messrs wrigglesworth and BINNS WILL PHOTOGRAPH ALL TERRITORIALS LEAVING FOR THE FRONT FREE Studio: AKTEN.33UM BUILDINGS, OCTAGON. HOW TO SECURE AND HARVEST A SPLENDID HAY CROP. an Armour Johnstone LIME SPREADER, “the best and cheapest Lime Spreader in commerce to-day," and thoroughly lime your grass land. Then secure one of Frost and Wood’s INVINCIBLE GRASS MOWERS, the cheapest and easiestrunning Mower manufactured, at the lowest price possible: and then buy one of Frost ond Wood’s TIGER RAKES, a most useful machine, nt a trifling cost. You will be delighted with the results, and prove yourself a progressive and reliable farmer. JIEILLY,. GILL, AND CO., PUBLIC NOTICES. TERRITORIALS I NOTICE! EEEE! Ante Agents for Otago.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Evening Star, Issue 15668, 5 December 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Evening Star, Issue 15668, 5 December 1914