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AMUSEMENTS. "IS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. GRAND MATINEE FOR SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES, SATURDAY AFTERNOON NEXT. The Funnesl ot' all Pantomimes, 'HUMPTY DUMPTY.' SPECIALLY REDUCED PRICES FOR. CHILDREN: 2s, Is, and Sixpence. Adults as usual. Doors Open 1.15 p.m. Curtain 2 sharp. IS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. Direction: George Stephenson and Alf. Linley. increment with Ed. Jasper. TO-NIGHT—A t 7.45—T0-NIGHT'. 'HUMPTY DUMPTY.' 'HUMPTY DUMPTY.' 'HUMPTY DUMPTY.' 'HUMPTY DUMPTY. - 'HUMPTY DUMPTY.* ' H UMPTY DU MPT i".' ' HUMPTY DUMPTY.' 'HUMPTY DUMPTY.' The Mosi Gorgoous Pantomime that ha.-i Visited the Dominion. TO-NIGHT—A t 7.45—T0-NIGH T. THREE MORE NIGHTS ONLY. Magnificent Scenery and Effects. Clover Comedians, Unique Ballets. ONE LONG, MERRY SMILE. WAR PRICES! "WAR PRICES! 4s. 2s 6d. and Is. Early Doors, 6d Extra. Day Sales at Jacobs'*. Plan at Dresden. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS, XMAS PRESENTS. OUR BIG AND EXTENSIVE STOCK off»rs to Ladies a splendid choice, whether they arc in qucM of Gifts or Articles of Personal Wear. GLOVES. UMBRELLAS, HANDBAGS, NECKWEAR, FANCY HANDKERCHIEFS, Etc., K:o. Why not got all your Presents XOW, before the Ninas rush commences? 'Let in help you. THE UNIQUE STORES, Stuart si reel. ADIES who have need Marebalts Toilet JL/ Cream say its healin;; action on rough skin is marvellous. Is Cd. «PEN!) your money with us on Saturday, K-3 mid receive a Scented Sachet. Sprosen, chemist, Octagon. AMUSEMENTS. You will laugh until you cry, You will ehriflic until you sigh. So Jtfin the laughing clan And scream at ' Tho Property Man,' JiJEW .QUEEN'S THEATRE. | PERPETUAL PICTURE PALACE. j Daily: Noon til! 10.50 p.m. (non-stop). ! TO-DAY! TO-DAY! f And Until Further Notice, (The Picture dial. is being; talked about, on j tramuars, railway trains, motor cars, side ' oars—in fact, even in busaiiiets —from Aurici land to tho Bluff is the. Greatest Laujrhter- ' provoking " Keystone " yet Screened : i THE PROPERTY MAN. THE PROPERTY MAN. ! THE PROPERTY MAN. ! THB PROPERTY MAN. I Receding to Requests, the Manajremend : have decided to REPEAT this Whirlwind 1 Success until Further Notice. 1 See it To-night, because next week all your : friends will ask you: Have you see I THE PROPERTY MAN With tho Inimitable CHARLES CHAPLIN as "PROPS." ! An Entirely New Supporting Array includes anolher'"Koy.=tone" Comedy Success: '■ THOSE HAPPY DAYS. THOSE HAPPY DAYS. Illis Ke.put-a.tion a! Stake ... A.K. Drama, I Girl from Prosperity Vita Drama ' Australian Gazette, Etc. 1 Remember, the Laughing: Season Js Now in Full Swing. ONE PRTCE TO ALL PARTS i i ADULTS, SIXPENCE. CHILDREN, 3d. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. EOR HOLIDAYS! White Pi;,ue Skirts, Colored Check Coat*, 255; worth 455. Cream Lustre and Serge Costume*, 35»j worth 655. While Pique Blouses, 3s lid. White Voile. Trimmed Lace, 3s lid. White Muslin Blouses, Trimmed Embroidery, 2a lid. ALL THESE BLOUSES ARE AMAZINGVALUE, AND WORTH AT LEAST DOTBI.E PRTCE ASKED. SEE WINDOW. PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT. CHANCE OF PROPRIETORSHIP. SALE! SALE! SALE! SALE! FOR ONE MONTH ONLY I Messrs MARiSHALLS' PROPRIETARY, LTD., having nurchved the stock, fi etc cf OTAGO DRUG STORE, Princes street (next Messrs Thomson, Bridger, and Co.-f). intend offering to the Public the PERFUMES. BRUSHWARE, CUT GLASS, TOILET nr.cT SMELLING BOTTLES at RIDICULOUS PRICES. The Business during the Sale will hi; carried on by Mr Marshall and his assistants. SOME OF THE BARGAINS. 115 CASKET'S OF PERFUMES (Cut Glass Bohlcs), at 2s 6d each. Usual S3 6(1. 43 CASKETS-OF PERFUMES (Cut Glass Bottles), at 5s to 7s 6d. Usual 12s. 17a 6d. 22 C\SKBTS OF PERFUMES ('Cut Glass Bottles) at 3s. Usual pri.-e, 6s < CO of the FINEST CUT GLASS CRYSTAL BOTTLES at U 6d. Usual 3b 6d. 53 FINEST CUT CRYSTAL BOTTLES at 2s 6d each. Usual pr" 31 FINEST CUM' GLASS CRYSTAL BOTTLES at 4s and ss. Usual prici 6d and 17s 6d. 11 FINEST CUT GLASS CRYSTAL BOTTLES nt 15s and 17s 6d. 1 FINEST "CUT GLASS CRYSTAL BOTTLE at 15?. Usual price, 40s. Etc.. Etc., Etc. CO HAIR BRUSHES (Bristle, not Fibre) at 2s. Usual price, 53 6d. i 0 HAIR BRUSHES (Bristle, not Fibre) at 2s Gd. Usual price, 6s 6u. 25 HAIR BRUSHES (Bristle, not Fibre) at 4s Gd. Usual price, Bs. 500 TOOTH BRUSHES at 6d and 9rl. Usu.il prico. Is and Is 6d. 200 NAIL BRUSHES at Is. Usual price, 2s 6d each. The HIGH-CLASS FIXTURES consist of MTRRORED-BACKED SOI.TD CEDAR WALL CASES. FRENCH-POLISHED SOLID CEDAR COUNTER CASES, MASSIVE CEDAR FLOOR CASES, SHOW CARBOYS, mid SPECIE JARS, Etc, Etc. ANY REASONABLE OFFER ACCEPTED FOR ABOVE, APART OR AS A WHOLE. ROSLYN PLATOON NATIONAL RESERVE. EMBERS will PARADE at tho Old Koslyu Council Chambers TOMORROW (Friday), 18th December. 1014, at 7.45 p.m., to Attend th.i Fa* riot i« and Recruiiius Meetint; at the Wakavi Drill Hull. Tl-.o Ba>:d i,f the 4th Olago Raiment, will be in ater.cliv.ee. Offices and Men bclon<,'in?r <° al^r I> ' a " toons are invited to attend. ALFRED WASHER. Ciipiain. In Estate of the late Dr JOHN SHAN.D. late Professor Otago University, Duticdin. A LL PERSONS having CLAIMS again ./.'A. the above Estate arc requested i RENDER- ACCOUNTS, showing full pa ticulars, v> tho undersipied, not later rh; tho 31st- dav of December, 191*: THE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, E TATE. AND AGENCY CO. O N.Z., LTD.. Rat-irav street, Dui e.hn. or .Messrs GILKISON AND WHITE, So: citors, Dunedin.

JLD nge commands respect. Watsons No. 10 is highly esteemed because rery old and fully matured, iv "UTUAL Stores. Special purchase . Japaneso Squares, 3x3 yards lo 4 x ■,-ards: bouzht under half-price. 167C708TH from 65b to 200k—now 2Sk 6d to TV 755. Lovely Colorings ami Design; no two nlike, • fcf\f\f\ Gross Picnic Baskets, draw top, 01/' lvi all eizea; one price, 8d each. Mutual Stores, Duncdin. lOOD Whisky hurts no man. Wat6ons •*sf No. 10 i» safest, because purest aao best. FRJHE to Every Ougtomer.—A Sceivtod Sachet, makes a aico Xmas Box; we are presenting one to every Customer on Saturday, fiprosen, chemist, Ootagon. CHRISTMAS Travelling.—Deep, handy Suit. Cases, 7s 6d, 93 Bd, .Us 6d; Canvas, Us Cd, 19s 6d. New Zealand Clothing Factory. _ __ SCHOOLS Break-up.—Children's Sandals, 4s 6d, b= 6d; Boys' Tussore 'Varsity Topr, a*id Shirts, all sices. Clothing- Factory. MEN'S Strews—Absolutely the lntest shan -s and styles, 6s 6d, Is 6d, 8» 6d, 10s 6d. New Zealand Clothing Factory. SCHOOLS' Break-up.—Boys' 'Varsity Tops, 3s lid, 4s Cd; Knickers, 4s lid, (is; Gaps, Is 6th N*v Zealand Clothing-Fac-tory. TXTfi havo the fmost assortment or Hair " Brushes aud Tooth Brushes in Dunodin (British make) to choose- from. It, L. Soroceu, chemist. Octagon. JJEND for or co«e yourself for your ChristrJs was or New Year Orders to the Provincial Hotol Bottle Department. Satisfaction guaranteed: only bsst liquow stocked. MOKEttS, Xote: You can obtain full )C 2oz weight of ull Tobaocoes at Moody's, tobaoocnists. __^__.. C~~ HBiSTMAS~Gifts~"fo7~Men—Silk Handkerchiefs, plain, 2s 6d; initialled, 3s 6d; fancy, 4s 6(3. New Zealand Clothing Factory. <U Neckties for Men, 2« 6d, 3s 6d, 4s. 6d, 5& 6d, 7s 6d. New Zeahmd Clothing Factory. New Zealand Clothing Factory. HOLIDAY Sports Suits for Men, 37s §d, 42s Bd, 49s 6d, 59s 6d, 655; value and varioty. New Zealand Clothing Factory. BUSINESS as usual. Robt. Moss, piano tuner, repairer, 18 Albany street; good work guaranteed; contracts undertaken. AINTING- Requisites oTery description reductions all departments; Framing '. rial, Window and Fancy Glass, Paper, hanging, Friezes, etc.; estimates free Fainting, Paperhanging, Glazing, Sign Writing, Picturo Framing. "W.ren's, Wrens. BRE*S to you and yours." Drink H In Watson's No. 10, and do honor to the occasion. •OHOTOGRAPHIC Supplies.—Br<srj'thingr

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Star, Issue 15678, 17 December 1914

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