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AMUSEMENTS. Bo Adyfeed. Como Early To-day. The Funniest Keystone Ever Screened. JJEW QUEEN'S THEATRE. PERPETUAL PICTURE PALACTE. Daily: Noon till 10.30 p.m. (non-stop). Ths "Hal ha! ha!" Boom. The Feast of Merriment in Full Swing. A Scream, a Roar! Each Session Welcomes THE PROPERTY MAN With CHARLES CHAPLIN as "PROPS." CHARLES CHAPLIN as "PROPS." CHARLES CHAPLIN as "PROPS." " Props " is the rouseabout of the Theatrical Stage. All day yesterday crowded audiences testified to the laughter-raising proclivities of KEYSTONE'S FUNNY COMEDIAN. •THE BATTLE OF LEBBEKG.' Authentic War Scenes from the Front. The Tell-tnle Scar Thannhauscr Drama fe'unnv Jim in Search of a- Mother Vita Child Study Mount Doro Patho Color Scenic Topical War Gazette, Etc. ONE PRTCE TO ALL PARTS: ADULTS, SIXPENCE. CHILDREN, 3d. DUNEDIN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY'S SUMMER SHOW. EARLY SETTLERS' HALL. TO-NIGHT—TiII 10 o'clock.—TO-NIGHT BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. Cut Flowers and Pot Plants on Sale in Iho Hall, entire proceeds of which, in addition to profits from the Exhibition, go to tho Belgian Relief Fund. Selections by Orchestra and Forbury Road Drum and Fifo Baud. ADMISSION ... ONE SHILLING. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. IN THE ASSIGNED ESTATE OF BROOK BROS., ROSLYN. ~ SALE, as a going concern, tho oldestablished BUSINESS of the above. For full particulars apply to the TRUSTEES, caro of either R. WILSON AND CO., LTD., or MACKERRAS AND HAZLETT, LTD. IN THE ASSIGNED ESTATE OF BROCK BROS., ROSLYN. A LL CLAIMS against tho abovo Estate ■*■ must be rendered to the Trustees, Box 284, on or before 31st December, 1914. Dunedin, 12lh December, 1914. REQUIREMENTS Are being Shown in All Departments. MILLINERY. MILLINERY. MILLINERY. Choice Designs. DUTHIES, GEORGE STREET. LO KEONGS SALE. Buy New Your Xirias Presents. Choice Selection of DOLLS and TOYS. CHINESE TUSSORE,, White and Colored SILKS. JAPANESE CREPES, White and Colors. HAND-EMBROIDBRED SILK BLOUSE LENGTHS. SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, Embroidered and Plain. JAP. FANS, UMBRELLAS, and LANTERNS'. Just Lauded, CHINESE WATER LILIES. T O KEONG, 117 GEORGE STREET. THE NEW AMERICAN SODA FOUNTAIN Js Now Open at THE SAVOY. THE SODA FOUNTAIN is one of the Most Popular Institutions in tho Unitcu States and the big cities of Australia. Its Delicious Drinks take the place of Afternoon Tea during the Summer, being Coo], Refreshing, Novel, and Most Enjoyable lee Cream Sodas, with Pure t'tuit Flavors (with or without Straw?). Exquisite Beveragfs comprising 12 varieties, 6d per glass, serrcd with Biscuits.. THE SAVOY. "Restaurant de Luxe," Moray place (corner Princes street). NEW STYLES IN LADIES' BAGS. VrffE HAVE JUST OPISNED UP a very v T lino selection of Lidics' Bags from the bast English houses. We have tho following modern Mylcs: Moire, Mirror, Kodak, Saberta-sh, Burlington, and Trapeze, in hard-grained .Morocco-, Seal, Suedes, and Puma Calf. Every bug guaranteed. Prices moderate. Inspection cordially invited. J. WILKIE AND CO., Princes street. SEASIDE RESIDENCE. SALE. Modern SEASIDE RESIDENCE at Broad .B;iy; six rooms, with ail conveniences: well sheltered. For particulars apply ah I END for or como yourself for your Christ ims or New Year Orders to the Provincial Hotel Bottle Department. Satisfaction guaranteed: only 1.n5.1 liquors stocked. C~~HR IST MAS" Ij if rs~f o r~Mc i>-S inT~ila ndkerchiefs, plain, 2s 6d; initialled. 3s 6d: fancy, 4s Gd. New Zealand Clothing Factory. CHRISTMAS Presoni?.—Duncditi's smartest Neckties for Men, 2s Cd, 3s 6d, 4s 6rl, 5s 6d, 7s 6d. New Zealand Clothing Farlory. rOI.IDAY Hals—Men's smart. Lounge _«.j- Felts, fine fur iu::.';os, lis Gd to 355. New Zealand Clothing Factory. HOLIDAY Sports Suits for Men, 37s 6d. 42s 6-.1. 49s 6.-1, 59s 6d. 655: value and variety. New Zealand Clothing Factory. OR medicinal purposes, the toast, or the A' friendly nip—Wat •on'.-- No. 10 Whisky. PRINCi Cleaning.—The famous "Daisy" - Vacuum Cleaners. Sole agents: M:iralls Proprietary, Moray phecs (oppofcUe First Church). /piOOD Whisky hurts no man. Watson's \JT No. 10 is safest, because purest and best. pUIRISTMAS!—Are you jotting yourself <J photographed at PattilloV. Bridal Studio? .Miuiv friends would like your photo. pHftJSTMAS!—Bridal Parties arc rcL> quested, whore possible, to make arrangements in advance. I'aitillo, the bridal photographer. CHRISTMAS!— Why not get some of the children photographed as Christmas souvenirs. Puttillo, the bridal photographer. ANTED Known —Snlohur and Cream of » » Tartar Tablets cool and purify the blood; Is. Scott's Pharmacy, 17 Princes street. -»nr r ATSON'S Nc. 10 is a little dearer than TV mest whiskies, but is worth the 13H0T0GRAPH1C Supplies.—Everything Photographic. Bagloy's Photographic Importing Dcpastmenl: "retail quantities wholesale prices; all Opiates, Is 3d. BUSINESS as usual. Robt. Moss, piano tuner, repairer, 18 Albany street; good work guaranteed; contracts undertaken. MOKERS, Note: You can obtain full jv_' 2oz weigln o"f all Tobaccoes al Moodv's, tobacconists. "ERE'S to you and yours." Drink it «n i. Watson's No 10, and do honor to the occasion. PAINTING Requisites every description—- • Single article, wholesale price; great reductions all departments; Framing Material, Window and Fancy Glass, Paperhanging, Frieze*, etc.; estimates free Painting, Paperhanging, Glazing, Sign Writing, Picture Framing. Wren's, Wren's. " T~\AISY" Vacuum Cleaners are «*ibsoXJ lutely the best and cheapest; all sizes. Marshalls Proprietary, opposite First Church. "WAY with dull care and sorrow! Watl sen's No. 10 brings comfort and a , brighter outlook, J

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15676, 15 December 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15676, 15 December 1914

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