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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15669, 7 December 1914
AMUBEMENTS.^ GREAT WAR SPECIAL. RETREAT FROM ANTWERP. THE J[ING'S JHEATEE. * FULLERS' CONTINUOUS PICTURES. 6.30. EVERY EVENING. 6.30. Another Splendid War Special has been secured for our New Programme. RETREAT FROM ANTWERP. RETREAT FROM ANTWERP. French Marines.—Belgian Troops Retiring. —British Reinforcements.—Wounded in Hospital. PATHB WAR GAZETTE. PATHB WAR GAZETTE. Battle of ihcAisne.—Wrecked Railway Train. —Algerian Native Troops.—Defenco of Antwerp.—Petrol Bombs.—Germans Attack Antwerp.—Belgian Cavalry and Aeroplanes.— Kitchener's Hustling;. Methods. MAGNIFICENT "VITA" DRAMA. Full of Intense Power and Interest. Tiio Storv of " a Rough Diamond." JOHANNA THE BARBARIAN. JOHANNA THE BARBARIAN. A Real Life Phote-nlav. JUST GLANCE AT THIS LIST: COUNTERFEITERS PLOT Drama. BIGNORO'S SUSPICIOUS SPOUSE. MANUFACTURING INCANDESCENT ■ MANTLES. AN UP-TO-DATE COURTSHIP. And In Addition. THE FUNNIEST KEYSTONE THE FUNNIEST KEYSTONE Yet Produced, THE SKY PIRATE | 1,000 feet of Uproarious Laughter. Amazingly Ridiculous Situations. Fun Fast and Furious. Wo have had n wivate view of THIS CLEVER COMEDY. And our tides are dill soro with tiro compelled "laughter. A POSITIVE SCREAM. NOTE.—Tho Special War Pictures will be bn screened at 6.30 and 8.20 p.m. ADULTS, 6d. CHILDREN. 3d. DUNEDIN CHORAL SOCIETY. FULL PRACTICE will bo held on - TUESDAY, December 8, at St. Matthew's Schoolroom. v Orchestra, 7.30; Chorus, 8 p.m. A. F. GRAHAM, Secretary. ELECTION NOTICES. DUNEDIN WEST. R W. DOWNIE STEWART Will Speak an follows: ROSLYN INSTITUTE. —TO-NIGHT (MONDAY). ALBANY STREET SCHOOL GYMNA-SIUM.—TO-MORROW (TUESDAY). WAKARI DRILL HALL.—WEDNESDAY. Each Night at 8 o'clock. Mr Stewart will deal with the Opposition Manifesto and its Misstatements, Foodstuffs. J. W. JOHNSON, Hon. Secretary. DUNEDIN WEST ELECTION. ■R W. E. J. MAGUIRE, Straight-out Labor Candidate, Will Address the Emplovees of the Roslyn Woollen Mills TO-MORROW (TUESDAY), 32.15 (Lunch Hour), From a Waggonette outside. THE CHALMERS ELECTORATE. TO THE Er.ECTOR.S~OF NORTH TAIERI, WHARF FLAT. EASTTAIERI. MOUNT 'CARGILL. WICKLIFFF BAY AND LOWER HARBOR. T DESIRE TO EXPRESS MY REGRET '. for being unable to vi'it and address vou on the Political Questions cf the day, With only 20 nights at my disposal and 3+ centres to speak at, the task, day meetings being useless, was impossible. 1 therefore ask you to accept my prints! speeches in tin? Press and my record as ctU unfailing advocate of the Liberal-Labor Legislation of the Ballance, Seddon. and Ward Governments as an earnest of unpolitical attitude in all matters perl amine; to the welfare of the forming and industrial classrs of the Dominion. Ycurs truly. W. I). MASON. Labor Candidate for Chalmers. CHALMERS ELECTION. iTtEORGE S. THOMSON. F.P.A.. N.Z., VX Will ADDRESS the ELECTORS As Under: MOSGTEL CORONATION HALL-TO-NIGHT (MONDAY), at 8 o'clock. RAVENSBOURNE CORONATION HALL. TO-MORROW (TUESDAY) EVENING, 7 o'clock sliarp. \NDERSOX BAY I'RESBYTERIAN S.S HALL.—TO-MORROW (TUESDAY) EVENING, at 8.30 o'clock. PORT CHALMERS TOWN HALL.— WEDNESDAY, at 7 p.m. sharp. MOSOIEL (Final, weather permitting).— WEDNESDAY, at about 9 p.m. CHALMERS ELECTION. R W. D. MASON, the Selected Liberal Candidate, will be pleased to MEET and ADDRESS the ELECTORS as under:PRESBYTERIAN SUNDAY SCHOOL HALT.. ANDERSON BAY.—TONIGHT (MONDAY), December 7th, at 8 o'clock. OTAKAU—TUESDAY, December 3th, at 2.30 p.m. TORT CHALMERS. FORESTERS' HALF..—WEDNESDAY, December 9th, at 7.45 p.m. CHALMERS ELECTORATE. TAMES M. DICKSON, (he Government ' Candid it e, will ADDRESS THE ELECTORS as under: NORTH-EAST HARBOR SCHOOL-HOUSE.—TO-NIGHT mON DAY), December 7, at 8 o'clock. MOSGIEL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH HALL.—WEDNESDAY, December 9, at 8 p.m. TO LET, "THE MANSIONS," Stafford street, tho well-known high-claw uuarding-house; 20 rooms. Particulars JAMES ANNAND, 47 Stuart street. '-ROOMED Brick House To Let; every O convenience. Apply 534 Oastio street. »"*i6 — Lr7r.~.Six-rconwd Houso, Upper Walker street; newly renovated. Apply 74 Manor place. "TAVERSHAM—To Let, 6 Rooms; hj. and +J c, all convenience's: elose 'tram; rent I 15s. A. Griffiths, Cavcrshaiii. i [*\o LET, comfortable 5-roomed Houeo: i ' cheap rent; conveniences; good local- ; ~ Apply Hewfou, Patrick street, Morn-i iiigton. j 7 -ROOMED Brick House, Islinjpon street, Valley; gard-eri pla-nted; every convenience: also G-roomed modern Brick Hous». north cud. 391 (loop) CaotCo street: 'phone 2,110. i MAORI HILL.—Good 5-roomed Hoiifo; all modern conveniences; sunny position: 13s. ralersons, 112 Rattray street ~T7~DAVID~STB EET "(oil rise")—s~Roonis; f_ I bathroom, copper, tubs; fine view; 15s. Pattersons, 142 Rattray elrem. RO LET, Four-roomed Cottage, 51 Helena I. street; newly renovated. Apply 9 rr.hil! street, oft Lees street. TO LET, 2 largo Unfurnished Room*; bathroom: central. For address, Misses Hogg and Rutherford, George street. TO LET, 5 Rooms, 55 Grosvenor street, Kensington; rent 15a. TO LET, 4 Rooms, back Albert terrace, George street, near Union street. Hopora.ft,_l2 Octagon. rTW~LET, 4 Rooms; scullery, tubs, boiler: A asphalt paths. 57 Faweett street, South Dunedin. j nnO LET, 5-roomcd House, 406 Cumberland A street. Apply Aburn and Sons, 419 Cumberland street. i
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