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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15671, 9 December 1914
AMUSEMENTS. r ING EDWARD THEATRE, SOUTH DUNEDIN. CONTINUOUS PICTURES. Dally: 1.30 to 10 p.m. (non-stop). Tbc K.B. Compinv's Delightful Japanese-Photo-Play in Two Parts, entitled THE GEISHA. THK 'GEISHA. 2,000 Feet. THE GEISHA. .Supported by the following Up-to-date-Subjects, including the Keystone Comedy Success, THE SKY PIRATE, Undoubtedly one of the Greatest Laughproduccrs ever screened. Tho Latest. Edition of the PATHE GAZETTE, containing tho News of t lie moment from tho Front. THE WIDOW OF RED ROCK, Vitagraph Comedy. TURNED BACK Relianco Drama. NOTE OUR PRICES: Upstairß nnd Downstairs, ADULTS, SIXPENCE: CHILDREN, 3d. Got One for Holiday Practice! A CORNET FOR £sl r»EGGS offer a splendid B-FLAT CORNET, particularly suitable- for beginners, in Black-wood Case, for the small sum of GOs complete. This is a good, serviceable Brass Instrument, and possesses a light, free action, easy to Wow. When holiday-making a fine chance is presented to beginners fo overcome the initial difficulties in learning this important instrument. Inspection solicited. CHAS. BEGG AND CO., LIMITED, Headquarters for Musical Instruments, Princca street. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. FRESH INTEREST IN THE MILLINERY SECTION AT MOLLISONS. AN EXCEPTIONAL OFFERING FOR THIS WEEK ONLY. LOVELY TRIMMED HATS AT BARGAIN PRICES. PRETTY HATS TO TRIM AT GIFT PRICES. SEASIDE AND HOLIDAY HATS LESS THAN HALF-PRICE. TO-MORROW WE OFFER 130 Charming Trimmed Hats, exclusive models, no two alike, all representative of tho very latest stylo for midsummer wear. Tho trao value is from 50s to 425. Our j)rice this week is 10s 6d each. TO-MORROW WE OFFER 430 Protty Untrimmed Hats, in tagal and chip, latest colorings, correct shapes, including " Dolly Yardcn" and sailor styles; a fine variety of" tho highest-class goods. Usual prices v ange from 5s 6d ■to 103 6d. Our prico this week, all 2s 6d each. TO-MORROW WE OFFER 260 Ladies' Holiday and Scasido Hats, in correct shapes and shades. Worth 3s 6d. Our price this week, all Is each. j TO-MORROW WE OFFER 400 Children's and Maids' "Sunshine," "Beach" and "Picnic" Hats, all goodquality straws, correct shapes, comfortable, pretty, and a perfect shade. Usually 2s 6d. Prico this week, all 6d each. GREAT SUNSHADE VALUES. 120 Ladies' Fancy Silk Parasols, all pure silk, in fancy and plain coverings, the new long handle?, quaint designs. Usually 15s. Price this week, 6s 6d. 160 Children's Frilled Sm-.shadcs, in plain blue. 2s lid, for Is each. MOLLISONS LTD., End of Penny Section, Gcorgo street. NO SHORTAGE OF DRUGS. WILKINSON AND SON, Chemists, havo in Stock FULL SUPPLIES OF ALL DRUGS, Chemicals, Patents, etc. Regular importations coming to hand. Doctors' Prescriptions Dispensed at USUAL PRICES. Purity and Accuracy Guaranteed. 91 PRINCES STREET and 297 GEORGE STREET. DUNEDIN. WHY DO THE PUBLIC SAY LINE'S CORDIALS PLEASE? Because they know they aro getting tho Purest and Best money can buy. All WATERS and CORDIALS aro made from our ARTESIAN WELL, drawn from tho solid blue rock in our Factory, Walker street. CITY BOOT PALACE. HOLIDAY FOOTWEAR. ;yE HAVE JUST RECEIVED our Ship- '» iikhU of ALL THE LATEST MODELS AND STYLES which ;ao to be tly worn for thj present season. LADIES' Vv'HTTE CANVAS ANKLE-BAND SHOES, with neat Button, Ss 9d and 10s 6d. LADIES' WHITE CANVAS 2-BUTTON SHOE?, lis 6d. LADIES' BLACK VELVET COURT SHOES, Pat. Coilir and neat Buckle. 16s 6d. MEN'S BOX CHROME DERBY BALS., Fair Stitched, Round Toes, 15s 6(1. MEN'S GLACE DERBY BALS., Round Toes, 17s Cd. MEN'S GLACE DERBY SHOE*, Patent Cans, 21s. Also large varietv of ;ul the Leading British M.-ihws. CITi" BOOT PALACE, 97 GEORGE STREET. FOR SALE. ORCHARD in full bearing; 36 acrer,; wcli watered at no cost; Dwellr,, 7 roams, general store (including stock), packing shed, stables, huts, and general outbuildings; live stock; complete plant. All in good order. Income 1913, say £750. Price, £2,250. Cords to view from Solo A„.,„tc p.vat BROS., 21 Wnio,. «i-*nt. ACKNOWLEDGMENT. R J. GARRICK Desires to Sincerely ■ THANK all those who rendered him such valuable assistance at his house, No. 3 Delta street, Rsslyn, during the Gal© on Sunday night. T. JOHN AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION. 7 RED CROSS FUND. 4,000 Men, 100 Won-en at the Front. STREET COLLECTION, I THURSDAY EVENING NEXT. I Every Penny Goes to Help the Wounded, j J. E. BONE, | Secretary Centra. I »lANO REPAIRING at REDUCED I SATES to enable us to keep bauds ■ going. F. HOWELL -AND CO., Octagon and Bath street, ■ r>APER for Wrapping-up For Salo. Apply t 'Star' Office, Bond street, ,J
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