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• AMUSEMENTS. Keystone's Magnificent Success. The Talk 'of (ho City. 'THE PROPERTY MAN.' The Laughing Success of 1914. MEW' QUEERS THEATRE. PERPETUAL PICTURE PALACE. Daily: Noon till 10 30 p.m. (non-stop). Last Day To-dav of THE "HA!" "HA!" "HA!" P.OOM. The Feast of Merriment in Full Swing. A Scream, a Roar! Each Session Welcomes THE PROPERTY MAN Willi CHARLES CHAPLIN" as "PROPS." CHARLES CHAPLLV as "PROPS." CHARLES CHAPLIN" as "PROPS." " Prop* " is the rouscabout of the Theatrical Stcpro. All <lay yesterday crowded audiences testified to tho laughter-raising jtfoclivities of KEYSTONE'S FUNNY COMFDTAN. 'TirE BATTLE OF LEBBEKG.' Authentic War Scenes from llio Front. The Tell-tab Scar Tliaimh.-mse'r Drama Sunny Jim in Search of a Mother Vita Child Study Mount Doro Fat-bo Color Scenic Topical War Gazette, Etc. ONE PRICE TO ALL PARTS: ADULTS, SIXPENCE. CHILDREN, 3d. Said to be " Equal to any of Sousa's!" JUST OUT! JUST OUT! SPIRIT OF NAPOLEON.' A BRITISH WA.R-MARCH! By ADRIAN HOPE (Tho Popular Waltz Composer). This Brilliant March by a Composer whose works aro much admired has reached New Zealand at an opportune time. Thoro is a call for BRITISH MARTIAL MUSIC that will voice the Spirit of the Hour. This March will help to meet tho need! The 'Spirit, of Napoleon' March is Brilliant., Effective; tho Time well marked, and the Rhythmic Movement full of verve and strength. It is not in the least difficult, and will provo a widely-appreciated March, PRICE, 2s; Posted, 2s Id. CHAS. BEC.O AND CO., LTD., Headquarters for Music, Princes street. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. DON'T USB a certain kind of anything just because your Grandmother did it before you. IMPROVEMENT IS THE ORDER OF THE AGE. LANES' CARBONATED WATERS ABE RIGHT UP MANUFACTURED FROM OUR BLUE ROCK SPRING. Telephone 47.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15677, 16 December 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 15677, 16 December 1914

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