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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 15671, 9 December 1914
AMUSEMENTS. pLAZA PICTURES. 1 o'clock to 5.30; 6.30 to 10 p.m. An All-star Programme. Headed by tlio Powerful Drama, THE ISLE OF ABANDONED HOPE lit 2 Parts. Produced by the. Bison 101. Tinted throughout. Tho Scenery is magnificent, having been token at Honolulu. Also, THE DOCTOR'S MISTAKE. THE DOCTOR'S MISTAKE. Sensational Selig Drama in 1 Act. MURPHY AND THE MERMAIDS. S;p.r A.13. Comedy. WAR NEWS': AVAR NEWS! The Belgian T.oops Retiring into Ghent. — A Destitute- Family's New Home.—TUß ARRIVAL OF BRITISH REINFORCEMENTS. Travel and Snort in India Topical. Sammy the Printer * Comic. Clash of Virtues S. and A. Drama. What a Birthday! Comio. PRICES: ADULTS, &1: CHILDREN, 3d. BEAUTY COMPETITION. At Both Evening Sessions the Ist and 2nd Competitors in Each Series will bo Announced. Successful Competitors please call at the Plaza Office, to male* arrangements for FINAL. GENERAL ELECTION. Completes arrangements have been mado by which the lleeults of ths Election will be thrown on the screen as they ccmo to hand. Said to be " Equal to any of Sousa's!" JUST OUT! JUST OUT! PIRIT OF NAPOLEON.' A BRITISH WAR-MARCH ! By ADRIAN HOPE (Tho Popular Waltz Composer). This Brilliant March by a Composer whoso works aro much admired ha? reached New Zealand afc an opportune time. There is a call for BRITISH MARTIAL MUSIC that will voice tho Spirit of tho Hour. This ! March will help to meet tho need! The "Spirit of Napoleon' March is Brilliant, Effective ; the Time well marked, and tho Rhythmic Movement full of verve and strength. It is not in the least difficult, and will prove a widely-appreciated March. PRICE, 2s; Posted, 2s Id. CHAS. BEGG AND CO., LTD., Headquarters for Music, Princes street. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. SPECIAL SALE THE SPINNING WHEEL LACE BORDERED TRAY CLOTHS AND PILLOW SHAMS. Size 18 x 18 inch Size 20 x 20 inch Size 18 x 27 inch Size 30 x 30 inch Size 32 x 32 inch Size 36 x 36 inch ... lOd each. ... Is 4d each. ... 1/3 lid each. ... 2s 6d each. These make most Useful and Acceptable CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. KIRKPATEJCK AND BARCLAY, THE SPECIALISTS, 65 PRINCES STREET. LOST AND FOUND. y OST (at X wharf). Loin Cover; reward. J Return Express Company. a OST, Gold Monogram Brooch, (initials JU C.C.P.); rcwa.-J. Hiss Provo, D.I.C. OST, a Blown Retriever, on tho 30th of -J November. Finder kindly communicate- Ilem-iley, 15 Ihucouri street, Bellelenowes; or ling 1,097. Float Chamber Carburettor -1 Cover; reward, tiuudiii a-nd Ma-rr, O*:--JgOU. LOST, Black Collie Dog 7 named "Crag"" registered collar 276 (with padiuok). Reward returning to Wilkinson, Royal tcr--o*l (..Monday evening, Cent-rat Mission .uJ or Stuart, street), I'ebtf.e Necklace; reward. Driver's Book Store. T OST, £2, Morin'ngtcn and HowrTTttor-t ■ ' via Castb street, car; mvatd. I>. ng, Brace, Windie. Blyih. LOST, English Terrier Dog, black am tan; anyone detaining will bo prose,.iiwi t. Hir,Vi street. T OST, Coat, between town and Roslyn. J-i Reward returning to Reilly, hansom cab stand, or 33 Mvßridc street. LOST, Gold Curb Bangle, between wharf and Rattray street; reward. Eraser's Store, wharf. TJ' OST. Parcel, Monday afternoon, between "-i Prhves jtwt and station. Miss Kltcn ughes, Portobcilo. OST, Smoke Persian Cat; collar mark; L-i rcwa-r-.!. 27-1 Main road, Normanby. ~Sli:t-. A ppiy ~3Gl~York 1. place. Tyres and Repair.,; charges reasonable. G6 George street. FOUND. —Stewart's, poulterers, now Booknig Orders ior Xrnas Poultry. T7oUND.—Thomson's Health Food for JC nibses, line tonic appetiser, removes T7oUND.—Thomson's Health Food for JC nibses, line tonic appetiser, removes Worms; sample bags, Is each. Thomson's. FOUND— Hens still laying weil~tiianks I'nomsoii's Mixture, spier.dkl tonic and •"gg-prcducor; Is tin. Thomson's. FOUND.— Thomson's Lico Killcir" Is 6d7 >.narcoal, I.* Cd; Meat Mcaj, 2s 6tl; Oyster Grit, Is; Crushed Bones, Is 9d. FOUND.— Cheap Fowl Feed, mixed grains, lic.-t, value in town, 17s 6d sack; Fplendid feed. Thomson's. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. JACKSON'S PriTute Hotel, Dowling street Dianer 12 till 2; Tea, 5 to 7; Social* end Parties catered for; committee room. First-class Accommodation Visitors. /GLADSTONE HOUSE. Moray place VJT (phone 2,150). —Best Accommodation visitors; personal supervision. Moss and M'Phcrson. ONE or Two Furnished Rooms Wanted by Gentleman baching; must bo central. Address "Martin," P.O. Box 338. ' ADY Teacher requires Board; tunny as- ' pect. State terms to " Pax," ' .Star' EDUCATIONAL. OTAGO BOYS' AND GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOLS. THE ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION of . PRIZES to the Girls' School will tcke place in tho School Hall, Dowlin" street, on WEDNESDAY, the 9th instant, at 7.30 p.m Mr G. C. Israel will present the prises and address ."he girls. The Distribution to the Boys' School -will take place in the School Hall, Arthur street, on FRIDAY, the 11th instant, at 3 p.m. Tho Rev. R. S. Gray will present the prizes and address tho boys. Friends of tba Schools aro cordially invited to attend. P. J. NESS, Secretary Board of Governor^
Page 5 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 15671, 9 December 1914
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