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AMUSEMENTS. PLAZA PICTURES. ■*■ • 12 o'clock to 10 p.m. A GIGANTIC PROGRAMME Now Showing*at the- "PLAZA." Every Picture Absolutely New and Screened for the first time in N.Z. WAR NEWS. WAR NEWS. WAR NEWS. WAR NEWS. WAR NEWS. WAR NEWS. Heroic Belgians.—Tlio Wounded in Belgium. —German Guns Captured by the French at Lyons.—H.M.S. Crystal Palace.—Naval Reserre in Training. Also, Reliance's Star Drama, BLUE PETE'S ESCAPE. BLUE PETE'S ESCAPE. BLUE PETE'S ESCAPE. Ono of the finest Detective Pictures ever Screened. Clever and Convincing. A MARVELLOUS ESCAPE PROM AN EXPRESS TRAIN BY BLUE PETE. BLUE PETE'S ESCAPE. Supporting Scries include Bloomer, Stableman Cines Comic Field Foreman _ ~. ~ Drama Motor Bug'" ... ~ Comic The Animal „. Rex Drama Eclair Journal Topical Prices: ADULTS, 6d: CHILDREN. 3d. SHOWING ON MONDAY NEXT, REVOLUTION. Sensational Costume Play in 4 Acts. Adapted from the Celebrated Novel 'A KING'S ROMANCE.* 'REVOLUTION.' ' REVOLUTION.* 'REVOLUTION.' 'REVOLUTION.' BEAUTY COMPETITION. FINAL. FINAL. FINAL. A Moving Picture has been takon of the Ist and 2nd Competitors of each series by the Plaza Operator, and will be Screened ou MONDAY Next, when the Public will bo asked to cast their PINAL VOTE. Attractions Abundant To-night. KING EDWARD THEATRE, south: dunedin. continuous pictures. Daily i 1-30 p.m. till 10 p.m. OUR PROGRAMME TO-NIGHT Planned for your Pleasure. Comprising the Pick of the Picture Realm, aud headed by Vila-graph's Latest Triumph. HIS KID SISTER. HIS KID SISTER. HIS KID SISTER. ■ ■ HIS KID SISTER. HIS KID SISTER. A simple and masterful tale of life and love, laid in the heart of the West Virginian Mountains. And the Mirth-provoking Kevstone THE Comedy Ke'vstonc BAGGAGE Comedy Keystone. SMASHER. # Comedy A rare and radiant array supporting; the above includes: THE PATHE GAZETTE Topical Ham the Lineman Kalera Comedy THE PURITAN Lubin Drama And a Drama of unusual merit, founded on the well-known Hymn 'ABTDE WITH ME.' 'ABIDE WITH ME.' Popular Tariff: ADULTS SIXPENCE: CHILDREN, 3d. To All Parts. BOTANIC GARDENS. NEW BAND KIOSK. OUNEDIN CITIZENS' BAND will commence Playing TO-MORROW AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock. March—' Battle and the Breeze' (Wadson). Overture —' Australia ' (Bulch). Cornet Solo—' A Perfect Day' (Bond). Soloist, Band-se-geant W. T. Lowe. Selection--' All Nations' (Anson). March—"National Emblem' (Baglcy). Tone Picture—' Norwegian Cradle Song" (Morel). Sacred—" Dawn r-f Redemption* (Gray). Christmas Carols. Valse Lent*—* Love's Dream* (Czibuiku). March—' Federation * (Carter). God Save the Xing'. DUNEDIN CHORAL SOCIETY. \HE SECRETARY will be at- Dresden Concert Chambers on MONDAY EVENING, at 7 o'clock, to Receive Returns in connection with ' Messiah H. F. GRAHAM, Gifts that Create Lasting Gratitudet CHRISTMAS GIFTS. CHRISTMAS GIFTS. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. After all, a Musical Instrument Is just an Ideal Present tor a young person —;t Flute for a Boy, a Violin Outfit for a Girl, an Accordion for a Lad, an Auloharp for a Maid, a Cornet for a Young Man, a. Mandolin for a. Young I.adv —what could bo moio desirable? And at "IIEGGS'" you have the Finest Slock in the Dominion to choose from, the Values and Lowest Prices ■■ihtainablo in New Zealand. " BEGGS " extend to you a most cordial invitation to call and inspect the many different Instruments of reliable, makes, from which you may make a selection. POPULAR INSTRUMENTS POPULARLY PRICED. COMPLETE? VIOLIN OUTFITS, including Strarl Model Violin. Row, Blnck-woo.l Case, Extra Set of STrings, ami Tiit-or, 30s, 32s 6d, 50s. 70s. VIOLINS, 245, 30s, 355, 455. 50s, 105s, etc, ACCORDIONS, 7r 6d. 12s 6d, 18s, 20s, etc. MOUTH ORGANS. 6d, Im, Is 6d. 2s, 2s 6d, 5s 6d, 8s 6d. FLUTES. 3s Gd, 10s 6d. 12* 6d, 33s Gd, 40e, etc. MANDOLINS, complete outfit, 30s and 50s. AUTOHARPS, 12s 6d, 17s 6d, 20s, 27s 6d, etc. BANJOS, CONCERTINAS, CORNETS, etc., elc. CHAS. BEGO AND CO.. LTD., Headquarters for Musical Instrument;, Princes street. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. /R have ihe i'tnesb assortment of Hair Brushes and Tooth Brushes in Dunedin (British make) to choose from, H. L. Sproten. chemist, Octagon. ' ANES' lastingly refreshing beverages. Lj Different and Better. END for or oonte yourself for your Chnstmas or New Year Orders to the Provincial Hotel Bottle Department. Satisfaction guaranteed: only best liquors stocked. MOKERS, Note: You oan obtain full 2oj! weight of all Tobaocoes at Moodv'B, tobarooiiists. CHRISTMAS Gift* for Men—Silk Handkerchiefs, plaiu. '2s 6d: initialled, 3s 6d; fancy, 4s 6d. Now Zealand Clothing Faotorv. CHRISTMAS Presents— Dunedin's smartest Neckties for Men, 2s 6d, 3s 6d, 4s 6u, 5s 6d, 7s 6d. New Zealand Clothing Factory. HOLIDAY Hats—Men's smart Lounge Felts, fine fur makes, lis 6d to 355. New Zealand Clothing Factory. HOLIDAY Sports Suits for Men, 37s 6d, 42s 6d, 49s 6d, 59s 6d, 655; value and variety. New Zealand Clothiug Faotory. ►USIXE3S as usual. Robt. Moss, piano tuner, Tcpairer, 18 Albany street; good work guaranteed; contracts undertaken. PEND your money with us on Saturday, rv_, and receive a Scented Sachet. Sprosen, chemist-. Octagon. GOOD Brier Pipe makes an excellent l present. We nave p full range of Lcewe, Comov'-t. 8.8.8.. and G.B.D. to select from, Moody's, tobacconists. mm/iiEN you require a good Hot-water -T T Bag, one that will last, get it at Marahalls Pharmacy. - y BLOTCHES,~Pin)pies, and all Impurities of Blood Neil's Compound Sarsapaiv ilia; 2s €d. Neil's Dispensary, George street. 'F out of sorts try Gaelio Y> msky.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15680, 19 December 1914

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 15680, 19 December 1914

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