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AMUSEMENTS. > QUEEN'S THEATRE. TO-DAY: 12 noon iill 10.50 p.m.—Non-stop. YOUR LAST OPPORTUNITY [' To-day of Witnessing Our Current Pro- '' gramme, Headed by a Stupendous Dramatic Episode: I THE LIVE WIRE .. j Parked with Thriiis and Sensations. An I Electrician, maddened with jealousy, charges I ;•, wire with elect ii; current., intending to ' i kill lik rival, but is himself electrocuted. I KEYSTONE! KEYSTONE! KEYSTONE! I —-FATTY'S GIFT.— A Scream from Start to Finish. A GREAT SUPPORTING ARRAY. I ONE PRICE TO ALL PARTS : j ADULTS, SIXPENCE-. CHILDREN, 3d. i| MONDAY* NEXT! MONDAY" NEX i ANOTHER LAUGHING BOOM. | JOHN BUNNY'S BIG H-IT. Glitterimr with Jov. THE ADVENTURES THE ADVENTURES OF MISS TOMBOY. OF MISS TOMBOY. _ ! This is an active volcano of In tighter, i ; which Lillian Walker, YV.-ilh'o Van, aim ■j Unum- are the star joymakers. Bunny tries j to prevent his daughter Lillian marrying ! opsins! his will. livery possible .means of | conveyance., a niiilonaire can hire, or buy. is I u'oii hy the lovers to olude Bunny, but. ha | is on (heir heels with similar aeroplane?, j UydroplaiKf. and e-.-en wireless inventions. ■ 1 What, tho lovers <io to Bunny before he gives i his lile.-ini:; are about tho funniest things on DON'T FORGET MONDAY NEXT. "THE QUEEN'S. - ' Where the Good Jud.ee? go. "In the Beauty and Quality of ils Sound it is different from all other stringed instruments/' THE MANDOLIN, i HE MANDOLIN [OY\ PHKI D OUT.I PIS' II <= I'limm in' mi ciil i« dditrhtfullv h|t( lin out oi doci-, pin hi' The Manjl much i i 7i 1 <j\ \ouiy ladies ard mi 1 i"n btLiu eit i ) aid poitabl -, > t m tout Hid -1 ni-"s to plat, 1,1 (,-, ,f u tli tolVunr LOMPLETH H I'lll> it tie prpuli p-i rs qtioW iho MiipiK'in '' Mandolin Outfit. —A ' am tul md Tinune Italnn made Mra<i< lin Kttl losovood, 15 purified nits, i i r iii> es iwli°er> i >oiij portions, in ulii h->ad Ft fin" tone together a lth Aiiuuan Clotn Cve (*v> > chsps cither in He etc) out ropv of Tut i. Jh" 1 ttnipi'-to Outfit frr sf>-> \\c "ktli AiYidolm Outfit, comj ii r n ] irn hj I in«-ln iiient m n - v 1 1, j illrl ulj t 1 imol boiMfr 1 r he l i (u* h«r n 1 1 ttf md a i \mc i-i i Uoth L si* (oh hj lumifr dour ei tiru (1 mo. <h«p hither handle n 1 Inn" i il o Lop\ rf Tin- r 'on ]lc e Out ft r )fls BEGG AND CO,, LTD., l.' IT"adf|ii-Ji-lors for Musical Instruments. I'cincps street. AUGTSOWS. -DAY 13th JANUARY. IN DOWNSTAIRS ROOMS, ! 6:"'.. <3iii BILLIARD TABLE and ALL ACCESSORIES (THE TABLE IS BEAUTIFULLY MADE and ALL MADE IN SOLID ROSEWOOD). LARGE CATALOGUE of SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, in first-class order: SUPERIOR OAK DINING! ROOM SUITE. OUAINT JAPANESE CARPET. HEAVY VELVET PILE HEARTHRUG. JAMEy faA.ubuN AND CO. have- been favored with instructions from -the Owner i'.viio is leaving Dunedin) to sell In- audio;:, in their Downstairs Rooms, Dowliii.tf street, A larrre. of superior Household Furniture, inc. ineludinp;— ~,,~-~ .-. . r DINING TABLE, VELVET PILE TABLE COVER, 6ft Gin Billiard Table and all Accessories(th<» Chairs, IMITATK INO ROOM (T.( vain Poles, and I OCCASIONAL TABL CHINA CABINE' BEAUTIFUL AXMU Oak, Pictures, , Cutlery, Sea.'ouchfii. Jubilee MARBLE DIN- .' AXMINSTER CARPET, 'roiis. Fenders and Brasses, STAND, Diamond Mirror in.l Hall Carpet Runners, iiohr.ims. Hall Chairs, Hall ")M SUITE, Bar.hr.sse. Pair, OFFICE FURNITURE and FITTINGS. PARK. REYNOLDS, LIMITED, il will sell bv ;a:ct inn. as above, IANDSOME OAK MIRROR-BACK SIDEBOARD, )v.k Dinner W.i<rgoii. Heavy U.V. Extension Dining Table. IRONISED PIANO (Upripht Grand Model). Kauri and Sn.ldleb,'!fs Suite. Carpets and Linoleum, Hall Clock, Wi-diiut, l'Mvcnpmi, Oceanic: nit ore. Walnut Oof: KAURI PANEL BEDSTEAD', J.-'Jstciuls, Muttress.es, Blankets. R.P. . Duchetsa Pair. Hugs «nd Mais, and General Bedroom Furniture, jichen Furniture, Pots -and Pans, Crockrrv, Mangle, Go-cart. Handbags, Crockery. j-'caies and Weights, Gas Cooker. AW». OAK ROLLED-TOP DESK, .P. Leather-top Wriling- Table, Shelrmg-, Plan Drawers, Pigeonhole Cupboard. Letter Press, Gas Stove, Cabinets and Fitting. .

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 15696, 9 January 1915

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 8 Issue 15696, 9 January 1915

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