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AMUSEMENTS. pLAZA PICTURE &i 1 o'olocic to 5.50; 6.30 to 10 pja. t COMPLETE CHANGE TO-DAY. An All-star Programme. • - '•*';? THE ISLE OF ABANDONED HOPE ? A Drama in 2 parte by Bison 101 Co. : Produced on the Island of Honolulu, thft ' setticy beiujj most gorgeous. The Film is Tinted Throughout. Also, THE DOCTOR'S MIOTAEE. TEE DOCTOR'S MISTAKE. WE DOCTOR'S MISTAKE. Sifij Drama ia 1 Act. ' Powerful and .SetKational. STUttPHY AND THE MERMAIDS. MURPHY AJS-'D THE MERMAIDS. , MTTRPHX AJN'D THE MERMAIDS. ' MURPHY A.ND THE MEKMAXDS. A ]!w!f*sc[UC- fov tins A.B. WAR NEWS: WAR. NEWS! AUTHENTIC WAR NEWS. AUTHENTIC WAR NEWS. •' I'o Do or Die." ravel and Sport in India. Topical. Srmnry and tks Painter Oomic Clstsh of Virtues S. and A. Drama. What, a Eirthdav I Comic PRICES: ADULTS, 6d; CHTLDRETN, 3d. beauty competition, beauty oompettttox. Tc-day, at 4 o'ciccx, and at. Both Evening Sc'-biona, the Ist and 2nd Competitors i/ en eh series will he announced. Succcssfaf competitors please call nt P!a?3 Offtoe befon Wednesday, December 9, t<» make arrangements for FINAL. GENERAL ELECTION. Complete nrraisgeuienta havo been made by vd.ieh the Exults of lbs Election will ba furcvm on the screen as they conic to hand. PATRIOTIC ROSE AND \ y; GARDEN* FETE And MONSTER ART UNION. Prizes: Gold Nugget* Ist, Prize, NtKTjrc': Valued £ls. 2nd Prize, Nugs.:t Valued £lO. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 191*, AFTERNOON AND EVENING. BANDS. BANDS. BANDS ■_ School Fife and Drum Bands. Physical Displays and Calisthenics By (ho Various Schools. Indian CiuLs and I)uiul>-bells, Christian Brother?* School. DUNEDIN ORPHANS' CLUB. PIERROTS PIERROTS. Kincj.'iatosrrnph Euvcrtainnwnts. CHILDREN'S COMPETITIONS. Rill Particulars from Secretary. ' Refreshment Tents. Flora* Te.-d.s. ' Sweets and Soft Drinks : Post Office. Bowling. CrWret. SIDE SHOWS. SIDE SItCVCS. Somelhins; Eiitlrelv New. THE GREAT AND t)NLY WALDIF.. Come and have a Shot at. the " Kaiser." Proceeds to Provide Employment for these Out oi War owhi;* to the War, and Expended on Improving the City Reserves. HELP A WORTHY CAUSE BY BUYTNC '- TICKETS—Is EACH, \ And havo a Chance in the "Monster ART UNION. E. S. WILSON, Secretary. Empire Building?, Princes si'er- 1 , Dunedin. EOUGATfONAL. OTAGO BOYS' AND GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOLS. " .. THE ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION cf, \ PRIZES to th- Girli' School i •Sake place* in the School* Hall, DowU. afreet, on WEDNES.DAY, the 9Ui inrtant, a IJiO p.m. Mr G. C. Israel will present th«V pri?es wild neUlre** .he pirif. \ : The Distribution to the. Boys' School xriß. take p'lor- in t!:e School HiiH. Arthur streetj on FKIDAY, the. 31th infant, nt 3 p.m.". Tho Rev. R. S. (tray will present the prizes? and the hoys. i Friend'; of tho Schools are cordially in-J vited to attend. .* . P. ,T. NESS, Secretary Board of Governors. _ WAITAKI BOYS' HIGH SCHOOL, \ O AMARU. - s , ' A PPLICATIONS for the Position oi_ PREPARATORY MASTER will " b«l| received tip to DECEMBER Bth, 1914. Salary, £l5O per nn&um. Applicants must jjrodnce evidence of :':firJ experience iu Primary Work. ; A. A. M'KINNON, 3 ■AUCTIONS. TUESDAY. Bth DECEMBER. At 2 o'clock". TO DEALERS. STOREKEEPERS. AND HAWKERS. UNRESERVED -SALE OF FANCY GDOPS. LEATHER <;O0 JEWELLERY. BRUSHWARE, sr-ATioNnn-, etc., etc. D V .T. S P E D D I N < t i- irstnictci hy Air 11. 11. Vc-.\: direct, ir.qie.-icr, v.' ;> <i has retired, fi-om l.v nefs. to s'll l>y :'.ii'"tion, at his room--, c d pitreeif, walirts, , Eilvcr r-alchcs, a' t;l.»d Pets, 13-canu ABFOLFTELY WUTTOUT RESERVE. TI7F.SDAY, a-Ji DECEMBER, A: 2 ..Vfori;. p, 109 Yerl RFLUS UOISFMOLD FURNITURE, :dl V. KOl.'-I•.•.C!v STDFIiOARD, DINLVi; TABLE, DINING !:<r>M. AND BEDROOM AND CO.' )?s from llrs J* ■d. lii!o!f.;m!f«, fen" ', vise:-, flower sta ii™ table, chairs, chim utial tables, hall stand,, a, 3 vvirfi slmketlownfu .i-i'-.iands, T.-aro, » . rhihl's cot, blankets. A! 7t':."m-, 221 Princes street. HOCSEUOLD FURNITURE, NE'.V ENfa.iKi*; PIANO IN OAJT, HTHW IIL" \'EL\ KT SUITE, j-:AL'i;i i;;-:i)'tnoM suite, IADIE:,' AND GKNT.3' BICYCLES. 4 LEX. HARRIS AND CO, -:S.. ::y'i v>*X r::':!ed to fo.ll by auction, aj .... :. t.. ~, - t? -'-'l;-", «i.c, including.— i-y carpets, hearthrugs, brass ff'n ; '*<-. pa.:n blahu.-;, wicker chairs; wabnit ;i.ario:'orie. whaUiot, conches, Cano) iii:iM cL-.'ir-, pictures, cniamentSi tlcci: rasv.re.-i'.'i. cc.ir encst, duchesKO cheat*, vvs.r:iroh:j iir.!:-.:..r-d.)ir;, vaihstandr, an<) v.-are, child'ti cA, rmrliowo pair, push cart ( shakedown, nr-a* i;.;'e. linen basltctj %7heelbarrov. ■;•-.:'rfjite". movrer, .rtf pate, 40-sa!!c.n Fiji-.-., l::tchen furniture, wk i'ntj utciiEiis, ard rirruries in great varie'y TUESDAY, Sih DECEMBER. ; At 2 o'clock. At Rooms, llanio street. Removed to Rooms for Convenience of Sal« GKNERAL HOUSEHOLD FUR.NITURE. F-w Aljsolui« Unreserved Sale. >ARK, REYNOLDS, LIMITED will sell bv auc! ion, as above, WALNUT UPRIGHT GRAND PIAN< (Colbrd and Collard*, divan and easy chairs t-olid brass kerb and bnissos, Canattian am Austrian cliairs, kauri (lining table, plusl suite, hanging lamps, fenders, firfeirons, car pets, ruga, linoleum bookcase, chiffonier platform rocker, cutlery, labia silver, pic teres, rases, HEAVY BRASS-MOUOTED BEDSTEAD, bracs-rail beds (single and double), hospita beds, shakedowns, bedding-, duchesse pairs' chests, vashstands, toilet -ware, go-cart, gene ral bedroom furniture, KITCHEN FURNITURE and uleanl* dxessafj knif^tdeaae^j^flt^je^.^|ito. J etd

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 15669, 7 December 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7 Issue 15669, 7 December 1914

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