AMUSEMENTS. XTBW QUEEN’S THEATRE. PERPETUAL PICTURE PALACE. Daily i 12 noon till 10.30 p.m. (non-stop). ALWAYS SOMETHING SPECIAL. TO-DAY! TO-DAY! TO-DAY I A Superb Selection. A Haro and Radiant Coterie, headed by CODES OP HONUR. An Absorbing CODES OF HONOR. Drama that asGODES OP HONOR. touuds. Many unCODES OF HONOR. usual situations CODES OP HONOR. make this Drama a CODES OP HONOR. worthy attraction. OUR BOYS IN AUSTRALIA. OUR BOYS IN AUSTRALIA. OUR BOYS IN AUSTRALIA Review of the New Zealand Expeditionary Force before the Minister of Defence before embarking for the fronri--Sh'pping tho Horses.—MARCHING THROUGH THE CITY on their way to (he Transports. This Great Historical Picture will afford an nnlookcd-fer opportunity of seeing our brava lads onco more. H.M.S. SYDNEY SPLENDID VIEW OF THE EMDEN DEMOLISHES. OUR WAR SPECIAL. Supporting Subjecls include: THE POWER OF WOMEN Drams Qualifying for Lena Edison Comedy TIGHT SHOES Kalem Comedy Miss Lena, Contortionist Vaudeville AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE, Etc. ONE PRICE TO ALL PARTS: ADULTS, SIXPENCE. CHILDREN, 3d. YOUNG WOMEN S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. A CHRISTMAS GIFT SALE will be JTL held in the Y.W.C.A. Hall, Moray place, TO-MORROW (Saturday) AFTERNOON and EVENING, beginning at 2.30. Proceeds in aid of Work in India and China. ELSIE M. GRIFFIN, Gen. Sec. ‘ QD°D OLD NEW ZEALAND.’ A NEW PATRIOTIC SONG That threatens to rival 'Tipperary' in popularity. Chorus; Good old New Zealand! 'Neath skies so blue, Just tell Old England We’ll see her through. Tho’ foes oppress you On every hand, England, we’ll help you, Our dear Homeland! Is PER COPY; Is Id POSTED. TERRY’S MUSIC STORES, 174-178 George street, Dunedin. LOST AND FOUND. LOST, between Railway Station and Post Office, Wristlet Watch. Reward returning 27 Cargill street. LOST, Lady’s Handbag, Regent street: reward. Return Mrs Michie’s Store, Regent, street, South Dunedin. LOST (Moray place), Pair Gold-rimmed Glasses; reward. 155 Moray place. OST, between Frederick and north polling JLi booths, small Bag, containing rosary beads; reward. Address 43 Hcriot row. I OST (at St. Clair, Saturday), Sealskin j Necklet; handsome reward. Johnstone and Haslett. chemists, Princes street. 10 ST, Yellow BniT Canary, ring on right -J leg; reward ss. Return to 22 Duke street. LOST, at Port Chalmers, Cairngorm Brooch. Apply Mrs G. Thomson, 4 Bcrnicia street, Port Chalmers; reward. LOST, Child’s Cable Bangle (Thursday night), between town and Lcven street, Roslyn; reward. Himmel’s, jewellers. IJIOUND. —Melville’s “Cyclery” for Bicycle Tyres and Repairs; charges reasonable. 66 George street. I BOUND.—Coronation Hall, St. Hilda; . Grand Concert in aid of Forbury School Baud Fund, Friday, December 11th. ELECTION NOTICES. THE LICENSING POLLS. The licensed victuallers’ association OF OTAGO AND .SOUTHLAND wish to THANK ELECTORS who so spontaneously and thoroughly supported them in the appeal made by them to support the (principles of liberty in tho enjoyment of individual privileges. So far as tho members of this Association were concerned' the campaign was conducted cleanly, without, bias, and only with a. desire to afford the constituencies all reasonable opportunities of expressing their decisions firmly and unmistakably. Tip resu’t over the City of Dunedin and throughout, the combined Provincial District’s of Otago and Southland must bo most gratifying to the majority rf tho Electors. Those results prove beyond question that, the British love of fair play still rises superior to partisan shibboleths.. T HUGHES, Secretary L.V. Association of Otago and Southland. A LL ACCOUNTS in respect to the Campaign must be presented for liquidation on or before WEDNESDAY, December 16th, to T, HUGHES, Secretary L.V. Association. Dunedin, Or to Box 122, Post, Office, Dunedin. CHALMERS ELECTION. THAVE to THANK the six hundred odd Electors of Chalmers, composed mostly of genuine Prohibitionists and true Lahorites," who voted for me yesterday. I have to Congratulate Mr Dickson on heading the poll, and in connection therewith point out. that the returns show hint elected by an absolute majority of tho votes polled Seeing that by far the largest number of those who voted for me were supporters of the Massey party, but voted for n;o in spite of my hemp a Labor candidate, simply because they knew mo to bet u staunch Prohibitionist. the Public, will see that even if I had stood down Mr Dickson would have scored a very much larger majority than even ho has done. Having genuinely tried to help Labor at the time of tho strike, I was branded as r. “Rod Ecd”; but the most pleasing feature of the contest, to me has been that I have been able during the somewhere about sixty public addresses I delivered during the camnaigu to absolutely clear my name from Red Fclism. In conclusion, I simply desire to state that I am by no means downhearted, but hope to still fight, on in the interests of humanity for tho emancipation of our country, mors particularly along the lines of moral and social reforms. I am, yours faithfully, GEORGE S. THOMSON. MEETINGS. nnHB ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of i the Members of the. OTAGO CLUB COMPANY, LIMITED, will be held at the Club House, Lower High street, on FRIDAY, the lllh December, 1914, at 8 p.m. Business. Consideration of Report, and Balance-sheet; . Election of Directors and Auditor; and any other business that may legally be brought forward. W. T, MONKMAN, Secretary. WASTE PAPER. WASTE PAPER FOR SALE, In Lota to Suit Purchasers. 'STAB’ OFFICE,
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