AMUSEMENTS. TTING EDWARD THEATRE, x *- SOUTH DUOTSDIN. CONTINUOUS PICTURES. Daily: 1.30 to 10 p.m. (non-stop). Tho K.B. Componv's Delightful Japanese Photo-Play ni Two Parts, entitled THE GEISHA. THE. 'GEISHA. 2,000 Feet. THE GEISHA. Supported by th« following- Up-to-date Subjects, including the Keystone Comedy Success, THE SKY PIRATE, "Undoubtedly one of the Greatest Laughproducers ever screened. Tho Latest, Edition of tho PATHS GAZETTE, containing tho News of the moment from tho Front. THE WIDOW OF RED ROCK. Vitagraph Comedy. TURNED BACK ftclianoe Drama. NOTE OTJR. PRICES: Upstairs and Dowustairs, ADULTS, SIXPENCE; CHILDREN, 3d. DUNEDIN CITY COUNCIL. OPENING OF BAND KIOSK. [IS WORSHIP THE MAYOR, will OfflL cially Open the New BAND KIOSK in the Botanic Gardens at 8 p.m. on TUESDAY, the Bth instant. The Public are cordially invited. Vocal aud Instrumental Items will be contributed by the Dunedin Orphans' Club and the Kaikcmi Band. G. A. LEWIN", Town Olerk. Dunedin. sth December, 1914. ELECTION NOTICES. ELECTORS OF DUNEDIN WEST. TO-MORROW NIGHT (WEDNESDAY), WASHER'S HALL, ROSLYX. ,|T E. «T. MAGUIRE Speaks at Washer's V * • Hall, Roslyn, TO-MORROW NIGHT (Wednesday). TO THE EMPLOYEES OF THE ROSLYN WOOLLEN MILLS. Mr Maguiro regrets that owing to a- slight lishap driving: to the Mills to-day he was unfortunately delayed. Hence, he has taken Washer's Hall, so that you who work at the Mill and reside out thero can hear him at Washer's Hall. As this is the final meeting in the campaign, a big attendance, is requested of the Woollen Mill employees. Mr Magiiirc will, for the purpose of clarity, group two elements affecting those employed in the woollen Industry. First, it is desirable to increase the eales of tho articles you manufacture. With this end in viow, the importation of German tweeds and garments must end, along with all foreign cheap-mode products. We have in tho past encouraged a direct German slapping trade to New Zealandj and the German manufacturers ha vis taken good care to avoid the identity of anything but ibcir best goods. Hence, encouragement has been given to shoddy imitations against New Zealand's tweeds and garments. We must crcato a patriotic bias if we wish to foster native industry A stringent Merchandise Trade Marks Act. demanding a compulsory label, which would give the best protection. Secondly, this end achieved, would make for a larger measure of industrial tranquillity between employees and woollen mills proprietors. Any further demands for better working conditions could be more safely met, as the ptolits of local capital become smaller and nioro precatious when competing against the dumping of foreign goods in New Zealand. Therefore, it is more difficult for the wage earners employed in the. Roslyn Mills to raako further demands for increased remuneration, unless the industry is protected in the manner indicated. DUNKDIN WEST ELECTION. l MEETING of th.- WHOLE of Mr W. E. -*- J. MAGUIRE'S COMMITTEES aud SUPPORTERS will b'e held at Sweetings, Stuart street, TO-NIGHT (TUESDAY), at 8 o'clock. Business Important. DUNEDIN WEST. -R W. DOWN IE STEWART Will Speak as follows: ALBANY STREET SCHOOL GYMNA-SIUM.—TO-NIGHT (TUESDAY). WAKART DRILL HALL—WEDNESDAY. Each Nk'ht at 8 o'clock. Mr Stewart will deal with the Opposition Manifesto and ii« Misstatements, Foodstuffs, J. W. JOHNSON, Hon. Secretary. DUNEDIN WEST ELECTORATE. :R J. T. JOHNSON WriJi ADDRESS THE ELECTORS as under: WASHER'S HALL, ROSLYN, TO-NIGHT (lUEsDAY). December Bth. at 8 o'clock. "R JOHNSON would bo pleased to . MEET HIS SUPPORTERS at Main Committee Rooms, Siunrt s-treet, TO-NIGHT (TUESDAY), December Bth. Mi Johnson ' Roslru Meeting. be in attendance after Mrs Jackson preside over Ladies THE CHALMERS ELECTORATE. TO THE ELECTORS OF NORTH TAIEIM, WHARB FLAT, EAST TMERI, MOUNT CAR-GILL. WICKLIFFE BAY, AND LOWER HARBOR. TT DESIRE TO EXPRESS MY RUG RET L for being unable to vi«ifc and address you on the Political Questions of tho day. With only 20 nights at my disposal and 54 centres to speak at, the task, day meetings being us-elcss, was iinpoFsibln. I therefore ask you to accept my printed speeches in the Press and my record a* ail unfailing advocate of the Liberal-Labor Legiflation of tbe Ballance, Seddon, aud Ward Gcvcnvncnts as an earnest of unpolitical attitude in all matters pertaining to tho welfare of the farming and industrial clns'M of the Donrnion. Yours truly, W. D. MASON, Liberal Candidate for Chalmers. CHALMERS ELECTION. "It W. D. MASON, the Selected Liberal - Candidate, will bo pleased to MEET and ADDRESS the ELECTORS In tbe PORT CHALMERS FORESTERS' HALL TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY), December 9, at 7.45 p.m. .APER for Wrapping-up For Sale. Apply 'Star' Office. Bond street.
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