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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15675, 14 December 1914
AMUSEMENTS. rjIHE OCTAGON, HAYsYARDS' PICTURES AND MUSIC. WAR SPECIAL SERIES, TO-NIGHT, at 8. BATTLE OF LEBBEKE. Germans Attempt to Cioss Scboldt—Armored Cars—Artillery Galloping to New Position — Infantry in Extended Order—German Prisoners—Belgian Infantry—Cyclists and Machine Guns (drawn by Dogs)— Etc., Etc. WAR GAUMONT GRAPHIC. WAR GAUMONT GRAPHIC. Which shows more- tban all the Illustrated papers and description possibly can. (Special Number.') WIRELESS FROM" THE WAR. HEEZALIAR'S SHIPWRECK. Another Clever Pen-and-ink Comedy. FEATHERED ACROBATS. Variety Turn by Four Performers. A Clever Star Turn. WRATH OF THE GODS, Or THE DESTRUCTION OF SAKURASHIMA. Japanese production, thrilling and gripping. A drama founded on n familiar story—namely, the defianco of an ancient curse and tho resultant eruption of a near-by volcano. The picture is more than usually interesting, as the first part of tho story is laid in Japan, with Japanese) artists. The portrayal of the eruption is a groat sight. The romantic story is of unusual interest. And Our Complete Progiamme. Is and Cd. Reserve Dresden, Is 6d. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. I ROSS'S Salo of Surplus Stock still • continues nt. both shops—Princes street and 6 George street. LOVELY Embroidered Mushn Blouses, Is lid and 2s lid; rich Silk Blouses, 5s lid nud 6s lid—worth iTHTTi' - Laca Blcuscs, very latest creations only 6s lid, worth 15s 6d; Hand-cmbroidercd Voile Blouses from 7s 6d. TUNE Pure Wool Cashmere ,-rtocicmgs, J absolutely seamless feet, Is 3d; Lislo Ibrcad Stockings, black, white, tan, fron C~~HiIi>REN'S~P"/<rWool Sox, champagne, grey, sky) saxe, red. tan, and black, all iizes, from s,'d pair. 'ID Gloves, best stock in the City, black, i. white, and cobrs, from 2s (id. Fit wear guaranteed. VSn r ASHING Lisle. Gloves, wrist or elbow V'V length, black, white, every color — Children's from lOd. Ladies' fromls. TlNCbTTSliom - 13s~Gd, Umbrellas from 2s (3d. At T. Ross's Sale Surplus Stock, Princes street and 6 George street. XxTED~Boy ( assist iu shop and messa"cs; 14s week; constant cmployEXPERIENCED Waitress Wanted, a our.>: must Ji;'V3 good references Jackson's Pr:v>i..c Hotel, Dowling street. COMPETENT Chauffeur seeks Situation; /' references "_J StarJ_ Office. WANTED, experienced young Lady Assistants, ready-to-wear and fancy departments. Droaver's, GeurgejsUect. "SLANTED ~~To~ Sell7~l!aby's Push Chair. VV Apply to 22 Helena street, South Duncdin. • \ DOPTION.—Kind Person Wanted to .. Adopt (from birlli) healthy Baby Girl. uidrcss '•Sincere," G.F.0.. Duncdin.. •"•".TANTED Buv, light Express with tilt; V must be in good older. Prico and particulars " Casho," "Star' Office. SOOT Trade.—Clickers Wanted. Appiy Ross uik\ Glcndiuing, Princes street. irOUXG Lndv Assistants Wanted. E JL colt's Fancy Bazaar, George street (ticar Hanover street). Two or Three Girls, alteration work room. Apply Miss Hall, MolliTANTKD. lirst-dass Iron Dresser: peiy t maneut job. Waddcll and Sons, ChristckiiLch. LOCUM Tencns (Medical) free, at once. Address -X.Y.Z.," Albany Street Post Office. IX7"ANTED. smart Junior as boot salesVt man: good prospects. W. Harris and Son. footwear snecialisti*. Princes street. WANTED Known—Open all day Satur- • day for Pre-cuts, Guns. Rities, Ammunition; "cheapest and best. Burton Bros. ; %T ANTED~—Onen all day Saturday. 1? ton Bios.™ Stuart street; largest se'•"''.lon Toys. Fireworks, at, wholesale prices. f J"ANTED.— For marvellous value in ElocVf trnplatcd Goods. Handbags, Watches, Crockerv, Glassware; best, 'cheapest. Burton J ANTED Known—Open pll day Satur- - . day. See our Window Display cf Xrcas Goods, Tricycles. Flying Dutchman. vorks, Ammunition, Wedding Presents at Burton Bros., Stuart WANTED. Fireworks, Ammunition, Guns, Cutlery; Wedding Presents at Money-saving Prices. Burton Bros., Stuart street. _ ■"ANTED.—Mothers, bring the children . . to our Toy Display; Fireworks in endless variety. Burton Bros., Stuart street. ANTED, ycung Lady Assistants for all departments. Apply Braithwaito's ANTED Known—For Gasntting and . . Plumbing Repairs ring up C. S. Jonkins and Co., Bowling street. WANTED Known—Wo Repair Venetian Blinds thoroughly and promptly. Scott and Wilson, St. Andrew street; telephone 802. CASEMENT Curtains (latest) made and fitted by experts; every customer delighted. Scott and Wilson, St. Andrew street. Billiard Table, 6ft x . , jiu uiu, emu «.. Accessories, £l2 10s. Watts, George and Princen streets. VURNITURE, artistic designs, from factory to home, at bedrock prices. Watts, George and Princes streets. D~I)CHESSE _ Ciicsls~from~355"; Cbeslerfiolds, £6 10s; Wood Bedsteads, £1 ss. Watts, Georges and Princes street. "JCTOR SALE, Halt-plate Catner;rOu!fit7~i» JT tine condition; cost £l7; sell cheap: or Exchange for good (Quarter-plate. •' Sanderson." 'Star' Office. 70R SALE (owing u Grat.-s, ami Una Fil.r'n. 152 Kgiinton l-oad. au Motor Cycle; just ■ii p. Farmers' Anns mth, Duncdin. id 1 Rooster (Rosceomb Minorca*). Apply 20 Bird street. vilda. _ _ _ r E have several Suuk .Money awaiting investment, on mortgage; scud par•,rs security. PrUeisom-, 142 Rattray "ERE'S to you and yours." Drink it .n i. Watson's No JO. and do honor to PURIFY your Ulood by taking course ot Marshalls Sarsap:iri!!a; soon removes inmies. Boils; 2„ 6d. Marshal's Phar/MIGARETTES mndo from Red Jacket \j Tobacco draw easily, burn coolly, evenly. LfI'ARTINS, Octagon.—Great time for bar_Ti gains in Furniture. Cally early. TSAnPET - Endir^riidT^rTid - up; Rugs J reduced to 6s; Carpots from- 355. Martins. 3UCHESSE Chests, 355; Tile Washstands, 19s 6d, 27s 6d, up to 70s. Martina, Octagon. OOT 10s.—Nearly now walnut iron-fiumc, c&r& i trichord Piano; great bargain. Martins, Octagon. I FLOORCLOTHS from 2r, 3d running yard; ? Linoleums from 5s 3d; Inlaids, 3s 6d tquare yard. Martins, Octagon. o-| Q 10s.—English Piano: suit beginner; cfe.L'V sound, and good tone; cash price. Martins, Octagon. WATSON'S Nc 10 is a litfo dearer lhan mest whiskies, but is worth the [TAR! War!-British, Belgians, French, » V Russians us.? New Hudson Motor Cycle: it is so reliable. Scotts. TEW Hudson Motor Cycle, 1915 model, j. 1 used by Allies at. front. Countershaft, car gear box, cte. GERMANS Again Repulsed.—New Hudson Motor Cycle doing splendid work for Allies; £37 10s. Scotts, Gcorgo street. TEW Hudson Motor Cycle, 3i-4 h.p., 1915 * S model; countershaft, 3-speed, car gear Los; £B7 10s. Scotts. NEW Hudson Motor Cycle.—lncomparable for sp-;ed, reliability; Allies using 1915 model nt front. Scotts, George street. CfQPf 10s buys 3|-4 h.p. New Hudson dt'O I Motor Cycle, 1915 model; used by Allied armies. ScotLs.
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