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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 15683, 23 December 1914
AMUSEMENTS. pLAZA PICTURES. Daily: 1 o'clock to 5.30; 6.30 to 10.15. AN ALL-STAR PROGRAMME, Headed by the B. and C. Special Feature, REVOLUTION. A Gloriously-set Picture, REVOLUTION, the Scenery being unsur 7 REVOLUTION, passed. Over 1,000 people REVOLUTION. in the Cast. REVOLUTION. I Adapted from the Famous Novel 'A KING'S ROMANCE.' A Royal Coach Blown to Atoms is one of the many exciting incidents in this sensational picture. ' REVOLUTION. A Great Military REVOLUTION. Drama which should REVOLUTION. appeal to all. BEAUTY COMPETITION. BEAUTY COMPETITION. BEAUTY COMPETITION. A Moving Picture of (he First and Second Competitors of each series of slides will bo presented at All Sessions To-day and To"IvAR NEWS. WAR NEWS. WAR NEWS. WAR NEWS. Direct From the Front. Canadians on Salisbury Plains—Princess Patricia Presents Her Colors to Her Regiment.—Australian Troops Leaving to Fight, for tho Empire.—Red Cross Ship Leaves America with 160 Nurses and Doctors for the War Hospitals of Europe. Supporting Series include LAND OF HINDOO •• ••• Trave 1 Pimple's Firn of London ... I,oooft Comic Prices: ADULTS, 6d: CHILDREN, 3d. NOTE —'Revolution' will bo Screened Day Sessions 1.30 and 3.45; Evening Sessions. 7 and 9 o'clock. ■ Gifts that Create Lasting Gratitude I CHRISTMAS GIFTS. CHRISTMAS GIFTS. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. After all. a Musical Instrument is just an Ideal Present for a young person—a Flute for a Boy, a Violin Outfit for a Girl, an Accordion for a Lad, an Auloha-p for a Maid, a Cornet for a Young Mnu, it Mandolin for a Young Lady—what could be more desirable? And at. "BEGGS"' you have the' Finest Stock in tho Dominion to choose from, th*> Best. Values and Lowest Prices obtainablo in New Zealand. "BEGGS" extend to von 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 Strad Model Violin, Bow, Black-wood Case, Extra Set of Strings, and Tutor, 30s. 52s Cd, 50s, 70s. VIOLINS, 245, 30s, 355, 455, 50s, 105.=, etc. ACCORDIONS, 7s 6d, 12s 6d, 18s, 20s, etc. MOUTH ORGANS, 6d,»ls, Is 6d, 2s, 2s 6d, 5s 6d, 8s 6d. FLUTES, 3s Cd, 10s 6d, 12s 6d, 33s 6d, 40s, etc. MANDOLINS, complete outfit, 50s and 50s. AUTOHARPS, 32s 6d, 17s 6d, 20s, 27s 6d, etc. BANJOS, CONCERTINAS, CORNETS, etc.. etc. ifNHAS. BEGG AND CO., LTD.. IDDLEMARCH SPORTS. TRAIN SERVICE SUITS EVERYBODY. Excursion Fares. Good Fun. Enjoyable Trip. Pout Entries. AMUSEMENTS. NEWS! JXEWS! . NEWS! COMMENCING AT 1.30 DAILY. <3OING TILL 10 p.m. WITHOUT STOPPING. 'THE RING'S JHEATRE. FULLERS' CONTINUOUS PICTURES. Extensive Alterations have been Effected, and we are now ' RIGHT UP TO DATE. Come Along and See Our Pcitures. EVERY D AT 1.30 TO 10 P.M. A Competent and Careful Staff will Look After the Kiddies. GLANCE AT THE PROGRAMME. LATEST WAR SPECIALS. EVACUATION OF GHENT AND OSTEND, Allies in Belgium.—French Marines.—War wickshire Regiment.—Royal Naval Officers. —Belgians Firing at Aeroplane.—Torrorsiricken Refugees.—Guarding Against Spie* —Exciting Incidents. PATHE WAR GAZETTE. Brimful of Stirring War News. OUR BIG LIST. THE DEBT. One of THE DEBT. LUBINS THE DEBT: Best, BLUE COYOTE'S CHERRY CROP (Edison Drama). PANORAMA OF BELGIUM (Delightful Scenic). A SCREAMING KEYSTONE. KEYSTONE. KEYSTONE. FATAL SWEET TOOTH. FATAL SWEET TOOTH. You Will Have to Laugh at TMI. We are Determined to Please and SATISFY PATRONS. ADULTS, 6d. CHILDREN. 3d. "A Merry Christmas 1" THE " MERRY-MAKERS." "HIS MASTER'S VOICE" GRAMOPHONES. " LYRICPHONE" GRAMOPHONES. THE IDEAL XMAS GIFTS. Yes. How many Gifts can you give ti» the family that will prove, under all conditions, constant, tourers of joy and pleasure? That is what the Gramophone doe* Tt. fills the soul with music and file life „.-_ iies.s and brightness. It commands the world's greatest singers to soothe you in limes of worry with sweet songs, and brings along music and jest, huonir and laughter, to rouse you up when you feel a bit " dumpy."' Give the lovad ones in your home a. Gramophone. Watch the eyes of the children sparkle and beam with delight as the Christmas morn breaks with your Gramophone, pouring out torrents of exquisite melodv. Take it when you go picnicking. ]i will be as jolly as you arc, and keep you all in jolly humor with its comic songs and pretty love ballads. The Gramophone will fill a phico in your Jifo and in your home. It will prove a" source of delight under nil conditions. Comcln. please, and see. our stock of these splendid Merrymaking, Joy-bringing, Musiccreating Machines. PRICES FOR HORNLESS GRAMOPHONES : The "CINCH" GRAMOPHONE, £4. Tho "LYRICPHONE," Oak Cabinet, £5 ss, £6 lCs, etc. "HIS MASTER'S VOICE" GRAMOPHONE, £5 10s. DISC RECORDS at; Popular Prices. Double-sided, 2s 3d and 3s 6d eaoh. SPECIAL? CHRISTMAS CAROLS. A Small Selection is Now on Sale. CHAS. BEGG AND CO., LTD., •ir.unophoiie Agents, PRINCES STREET. OUNEDIN JOCKEY CLUB. SUMMER MEETING, 1914. SATURDAY (BOXING DAY) AND MONDAY, 26th and 28th DECEMBER. FIRST RACE AT 12.15 p.m. EACH DAY. ADMISSION : Grounds, Is (includi.. B „ - „,. -, Tickets available ai Railway Station. A limited number of Tickets at, 2s 6d extra w; be issued, admitting to Members' Stand. TRAIN SERVICE. Leave Duncdin for Wingatui at 9.10, 9.25, 10 25, 11.15, 11.18, 11.30, 11.38, 11.46, 12.15, and 1.15. Leave Wingatui for Dunedin at, 5.5. 5.15. 5.23, 5.31. and 5.39. Return Fare, including Admission to Grounds, 2s 6d each. 11. L. JAMES, Secretary. GREAT HOLIDAY ATTRACTION. TROTTING MEETING AT GORE ON BOXING DAY (SATURDAY), 2611 i DECEMBER. Passengers by the First Express will be in time for the First Race, .Starts at 1.15 p.m. RECORD ACCEPTANCES. GOOD SPORT. EXCURSION FARES BY ALL TRAINS. J. LATHAM, Secretary. PRESENTS', Including the Latest NECKWEAR, HOSIERY. BLOUSES, HANDKERCHIEFS, SPORTS COATS, ONE-PIECE DRESSES J.. HOUSE iniagnifiem! view; almost opposite station), from January 2: 30s weekly, or special terms for longer period. Apply Henry F. Moss, Limited, auctioneers, Primes street. OUR STYLES t\'D PRICE, 5 ; CANNOT HP O Ll ' T - comfortable 5-roomed House, also T .T. nrirt/v JL a 6-roomrd House; hj. and c. and aiJ ' J ' J "'* JL - X - cvcrv convenience". Anplv 534 Castle street. -n A A T n T> no HPO L '' :T ' 4-roomed House (good repair). I - . AAIJ XV. H VJV.MJO, JL „car Dunedin Railway Station; good LTD. grron; Bs. 33 Athol placer, 13-15 PRINCES STREET (Opposite XlToTTMlVrHrrimisTTihtableß 55 Maciag"-Hcrbr-rt. Hnvness). "* P»n: 2 Kirmshed Room., 3-room Cot- __ n;r<\ 183 Cast!;. 'Phone. 420. URGENTLY. A FEW HUNDRED SECOND-HAND hi PETTICOATS T ', New Shop. 24 x 14, with small i and all conveniences: elcctrio Apply manager King Edward South Dunedin. nO LET, Queen street, Modem F OR OTHER FEMININE GARMENTS. H } "* For the sturdy young (vro)men crowding our M r <*ets, cricket pitches, bowling green?, etc., ,'a c-vd'v night in tho week, and looking forward eagerly to a right "good time" at ( fTP.O LET, 4 and 6-roomerl Houses; hj. and Christ ma's, while ihn Old Cr.umry is calling it. c. water; drained; ]os 8m 1 I£ ~ 7 * for more men, and the •■Absent-minded Re;;- Dundas street. pars." both of Army and Nayy. are doing ryu,-LET~S-roomed House (furnished,, their country s work, and usknig bf.i i.n.l |_ For j, ar( i ( . lllars npp i v 30 High street, ll!)l1 '- I Musselburgh. NEW GARMENTS WILL NOT BE mo"LET.lJfficT7mrUKe of Board Room; ALCLJ ii-A). ± suk KP( . rorar ., # -Central," Box: 486, As tho*e for whom they are required arc Dunedin. not woith ths extra expensu. p Offers must be sent, to " NOT PLAYING THE GAME," hot and cold water, electric light and plug ' Star' Oilice. for iron; sunny aspect; aeroplane nlolbrs I I hoist; and nice garden. Apply Thomas K E I) W A L K E R R'.-gg, Anderson's Hay. DinrvN tits. rn\Ti'T tvi.-nts! HHO LET, Bungalow.; hot and cold, eleoli(l.M..M!Mii&i.u.«ii.t.w..M» J_ ljaU| . 15s K(JV at Btorej comer To'his Friends on the. FLAT, and will be young and Mill streets, St. Kilda. Pleased to Renew their Acquaintance nr»o LET7"l»rge Four-roomed Brick House; R ( Ihe X teullerv, cnupr-r, conveniences. Apply KING EDWARD SWEET STORE, U Howanl * trent ,behind StalionK Adjoining the Theatre. 'J LET, 4 and 6-roomerl Houses; hj. and c. water; drained; ]os Bnd 15s. 7< indas street. TO LET. Office and Use of Board Room; suit secretary. '•Central," Box: 486, VXTHTTE Paper for Wrappine-up For Sal*. ==7—,-,™ W, Apply 'Star' Offioe, Bond street. 'T 0 , hV p • Cl J- halli, gas 11 Howard street (behind Station). venicnt 4-ioomed House Apply 83 Maiiland street. SPORTSNC. t h"1«. .PORTS, MIDDLEMARCH, JANUARY 1, 1 K3) bury; gas, drained, bathroom, e „ WILLIAMS BROS., LIGHT LUNCHEON, t Court. Also, FRUIT. CORDIALS, and CONFECTIONERY. CIGARETTES. SPLENDID Furnished r deiieo. handv to (.';'tv change Court it ; term. Carter, ExBOARD AND RESIDENCE. DIVIDENDS. AOKSON'S PriTut* Hotel, Dowling etreet. ■ ™ ELSE AND SHINK GOLD DREDG-First-class Accommcd»tion Visitors. A „m» r ,-> ILADSTONB HOUSB, Moray place J\. » : niHing per Share has been Declared, S ('phone 2.18-')).—Best Accommodation and wili a PAYABLE to all' Shareholdeiu visitors; personal «up«rvision. Moss and nn t | le Regjiter on the 22nd imt., on M-Pherson. THURSDAY, the 24th December, 1014. iTUJttXISHED Rooms, with part, Board. W. T. MONKMAN, Wanied bv Gentlemaii. Addicss Pow- • SecreUWf. liiiii, P.O. Box 358. JL Dunedin. 23rd December, 1914.
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