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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15676, 15 December 1914
AMUSEMENTB. rj\HE OCTAGON - , HAYWABDS' TO-NIGHT—At B.—TO-NIGHT. 'THE BATTLE OF L.EBBEKE.' Germans Attempt, to Cross Scheldt—Armored CaTs—Artillery Talco Up Now Position — Infantry in Extended Order—German Prisoners—Belgian Infantry— Cyclists and Machine Guns (drawn by Dogs)— Etc., Etc. GAUMONT WAR GAZETTE. The Latest Happenings. WIRELESS FROM THE WAR. HEEZALIAR'S SHIPWRECK. Another Pen-and-ink Comedy, Which causes much merriment. FEATHERED ACROBATS. A Fine Variety Turn fay Four Performers. Extraordinary Cleverness ia shown. THE WRATH OF THE GODS. THE WRATH OF THE GODS. The -Latest Photo-Play Classic. Is and 6d. Reserve Dresden, Is 6d. MORE WAR SPECIALS. THE "ING'S THEATRE. FULLERS' CONTINUOUS PICTURES. 6.3O—EVERY EVENING.—6.3O A Glorious Photo-Play by the Famous Nordisk Company—one of their best. A WOMAN'S WAY. A Story of Conflicting Emotions. Powerfully) Graphically, and Faithfully Portrayed. The Heart-gripping Denver Drama, ABIDE WITH ME. The Wonderful Influence worked on a Gambler and a Drunkard by that most moving of old Hymns, ' Abide 'With Me,' which will be sun" bv A BOY CHORISTER. PATHE WAR GAZETTE. A Splendid Budget of War News. THE BATTLE OF LEBBEKE. Tho Germans Attempt to Cross the Scheldt. —Belgian Artillery Coming Into Action — After the Battle—Loading Ambulance Vans Marcbitg Off German Prisoners. A COLOSSAL PROGRAMME. The Special War Pictures will be screened nt 6.50 and 8.20 p.m. ADULTS. 6d. CHILDREN, 3d. LOST AND FOUND. ', between St. Hilda's and Frederick -«-« siveet.- Prayer Book; reward. A. A. Finch, Dowling street, Dunedin. OST, Leather Lunch Bag- and contents -s_i ni Jubilee Park. Reward on returning to J. Henderson, Aithur street. LOST, in St. Andrew street, between~Filletil and Georgo streets, a little Girl's White Silk-lined Coat Apply 84 London •treat. [ OST, Overcoat, Kaikorai, Saturday. Ro--i-J turn 201 High street, City; reward. LOST (Saturday)7"Skearudhu, .part HighJand uniform, 10.15 from Mosgiel or Dunedin Station-Morniiiglon car shed. Sec. Taieri Pipe Band; reward. !OUND, Gent's Bike, on Friday, north end. Particulars from 102 Freder'ck street. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. EXPEDITIONARY FORCE. '.EN WANTED for Reinforcements for • tho MAIN BODY and RELIEFS for SAMOA. Ages for years; age for Relief?. 40 to 47 years. Volunteers may enrol at- any of the following Defence Offices:— St. Andrew street, Dunedin; Invorcnrgill, Riverton, Bluff, Winton, Balfour. Fortrose, Makarowa, Otautau, Oaiuam, Ranfurly, Mosgiel, Kurow, Clyde, Palmerston South, Milton. Gore, Wyndham, Balclutha, Owjka, Taptuuti. D. A. HICKEY, Major, X.Z.S.C, General Staff Officer. ARE YOU TAKING A HOLIDAYP Tf so. don't worry looking up time-tables, etc., but i-o to the /GOVERNMENT TOURIST BUREAU, VT 140 Rattray street, Where you can go* ;iil your Tickets for Rail, Steamer, Coach. <>? Motor, and so save time worry, and inconvenience. The Agent will advise you vo places of interest: in fact, lie will see you know everything worth while when travelling. REMEMBER (here is No Booking Fee or Chargo for information. Office open during Evenings from 14th to 31s,t December (Xma's Day and Boxing Day excepted). S. J. COLLETT, Tourist Agent. CORPORATION NOTICES. DUNEDIN CITY COUNCIL. HALF-HOLIDAY GARDEN FETE. lIS WORSHIP THE MAYOR Invites the Citizens to Observe a HALFnoliday on WEDNESDAY, the 16ih 1 her inst., on U.c cc.'a.sion ot the. Annual Garden Fee. G. A. I.F.WIN, . Town Clerk. "Dunedin, CTth December. 1014. BOROUGH OF ST. KILdX j TWJ-OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all ! 1> Frrans ownin.; UNREGISTERED I J?OGS will I*- PKOSKO'CTED. The Penalty : for Non-registration is £5. * ! By order of the St. -Kikla Council. | J. I!. DICK, | Town Clerk. I St. Kilda, oi!i Dccembvr. 1914. BOROUGH OF ST. KTLDA. TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai all Persons found USING A HOSE without first having obtained permission from the Council will bo PROSECUTED. The Fee for permission to a .Hose is Ten Shillings per annum. By order of the St. Kikla Council. J. 13. DICK, Town Clerk. St. Kilcb, !M2-14. ELECTION NOTICES. DECLARATION OF RESULT OF POLL FOR THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF DUNEDIN CENTRAL. T HENRY MAXWELL, Returning Officer JL. for the Electoral Uistnct ot Duutuin Central, do hereby declare the Result of the Pol! taken on the 10th clay of December. 1914, for the Election of a. Member of Parliament for the said district to be as follows; — Candidates. Votes Pallet!. MVJNRO, JAMES WRIGHT ... 3,199 STATHAM. CHARLES ERNEST 3.791 Total number «f valid votes polled 7,390 Number of votes rejected as informal 78 I thereby declare the si id James Wright Munro to be ELECTED. Dated at Dunedin this 15th diir of December. 1914. H. MAXWELL, Returning Officer. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. CONCRETE MIXERS.—The famous Lowdown Concrete Mixer mixes concrete from gravel heap to barrows at a total cost (including shovelling gravel) of Sixpence per yard. Ti.c Mixer is complete with Automatic -Measurer (passed by all leading architects and engineers), Automatic Water Spray (with hose connection). 9ft Mixing Trough (wliich gives a mixing 'that satisfies the most exacting, capacity one to ten yards per hour), 4 li.ji. Benzine Engine (With Bosch magneto nnd extra pulley for driving circular saw or lift). The complete machine is mourned on a strong full-lock travelling carriage. Lowdown Mixers are now being used under the most eminent architects and engineers in the Dominion. Price (any port), £l6O. Terms arranged. Catalogues from HOPWOOD HARDWARE, LTD., Palmerston North. HE OFFICIAL OPENING of the KING • EDWARD PAVILION at DUNEDIN | HOSPITAL will take place- at 3 o'clock p.m/| on THURSDAY, the 17th inst., and tho Chairman and Members of the Otago Hos- | pital and Charitable Aid Board will be pleased to see any Lady or Gentleman present at the Function. JOHN JACOBS, : *:ecreta»i, I
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