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I AMUSEMENTS. fJIHE OCTAGON, HAY WARDS ONLY 2 MORE NIGHTS. TO-NIGHT—TO-MORROW NIGHT. MATINEE, TO-MORROW, at 2.30* ¥nilnr» PMlrlroiV- Xrl firl ■ Adults, 6d. TO-NIGHT—At B—TO-NIGHT. BATTLE OP LEBBEKE War BATTLE OF LEBBEKB Series, TOLEDO Travel TOLEDO Film. GAUMONT GRAPHIC Latest. COL. HEEZA A LIAR SHIPWRECK. Also. Also, The Romantic Story of Old Japan, WRATH OF THE GODS. WRATH OF THE GODS. WRATH OF THE GODS. Spectacular, Thrilling, Grand Is the portraya' of the Volcano in Action, Burning Ship ui Sea, Villages Razed to the Ground. LAVA FLAME, SMOKE. Hundreds of Japanese trying to Escape. GRAND ORCHESTRA. 6d and Is. Reserve Dresden, Is 6d. j 'HOME, SWEET HOME." HHE OCTAGON THEATRE. HAYWARDS' ART PICTURE, MONDAY NEXT, at 8. 'HOME, SWEET HOME.' 'HOME, SWEET HOME.' A Photo-play of appealing world-wide fame, sentiment, of beautiful motive, imbued with the {renins of the great D. W. Griffiths, the world's paramount picture producer. Picturisatlon of tho song that has reached all hearts and its influence over the PASSIONS OF MEN AND WOMEN. In Six Wonderful Reels, to Beautiful Orchestral Music. Stalls, 6d: D.C., Is. Box Plan now open at the Dresden. To book. Is 6d. NOTICE TO OWNERS OF MOTOR LAUNCHES AND BOATS. THE PENINSULA FERRY COMPANY, I. LTD., offer n REWARD of One Pound sterling for the Recovery of GANGWAY lest overboard from "Wnirclia" off Company Bay. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. YTJLETIDE ONCE AGAIN IOPULAR. ECONOMICAL. AND USEFUL PRESENTS At SALE PRICES at THE SPINNING WHEEL. TRAYCLOTHS, DUCILESSE SETS, TABLE CENTRES, RUNNERS, etc., from lOd to 133 6d each. LADIES' UMBRELLAS, stylish handles and reliable covers, 7s 6d to 15a 6d each. HANDKERCHIEFS, Irish Embroidered, 6 for 2s 3d, 3s lid, 4s 6d, 4s lid, 5s lid. FABRIC GLOVES, very newest, 10£<l to 2s 6d pair. LACE LISLE HOSE, in Black, Tan, and White, from Is 6d to 2s 9d pair. EMBROIDERED COSEY COVERS. White and Colored, Is 6d to 2s 6d each. EMBROIDERED CUSHION COVERS from Is 3d to 3s each. PILLOW SHAMS, beautifully embroidered, 4? lid, 6s €d, 7s 6d, 9s per pair. The aboro arc always acceptable Presents, and wo assure you that for value they " arc unrivalled. FIVE CASES LADIES' LINGERIE AND COTTON AND WOOLLEN UNDERWEAR. As these aro very lute in coming to hand, they will be sold at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. VESTS from Is each. KNICKERS Lom Is 9d each. COMBINATIONS from 2s €d. KIRKPATRICK AND BARCLAY, THE SPECIALISTS, 66 PRINCES STREET. PORT CHALMERS TO THE FRONT. DO not get disherrtcned ovrr the War. I wili fell you : XMAS LAMB: Largo Hindquarters, 6s; largo Fore'iuartcrs. 4s 6d; medium size, less. HAMS, lOd per lb. LEGS, CORN PORK, 8d per lb. MUTTON HAMS, 7d per lb. ROAST BEEF, 5d to 7d per lb. T. J. HARRISON. LADIES' WHITE SHOES IN GREAT ABUNDANCE. We have received by last Steamer a Largo Shipment of theto scarce Good?, and have them Ready for Sale. WHITE CANVAS ANKLE-BAND AND COURT SHOES. Prices, 8s 6d, 10« 6d. lis 6d. WHITE BUCKSKIN SHOES, in Button or Derby Lace. Prices, 17s 6d, 18s 6d. WHITE VELVET CALF COURT SHOES, with White Buckle. Price, 18s 6d. WHITE BUCKSKIN BUTTON BOOTS, very (smart. Price, 21s. WHITE BUTTON CANVAS SHOES, in 2 Buttons. Prloe, 10s 6d. THIS is Good Advice : Do not delay to buy, as Goods are scarce. Iu LADIES' ANKLE-BAND SHOES in Olaoe or Pntont Leather we have a largo selection. Prioei, 13s 6d, 15s 6ri. 17s 6d. 18s j 6d, to 25a. For Xma* Gift for our ESTEEMED CLIENTS we have a Pretty Almanac. Will they please call and reoeivo it. FOR QUALITY AND STYLE IN FOOTWEAR ISUP AND WATT'S, 148 GEORGE STREET. A GOOD Brier Pipa makes an exoellent p.c=iit. Wc have o full range of Cnmov'« B 8.8.. arid G.B.D. to select from. Moody's, tobacconists. "OLLISONS offer To-morrow~Yokohafiffl . Mats, size 54 s 27 inobes, for Is eaoh; good designs. ES made from Red jioket J Tobacco draw oasily, burn coolly, renly. j

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15679, 18 December 1914

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