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Page 7 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 15702, 16 January 1915
AMUSEMENTS. pLAZA' PICTURE S. Hour? To-day: 12 o'clock to 10.15. TO-DAY! ' TO-NIGHT! I Your Last Chance to «ee the Greatest Picture I tl;o World bos seen. Tin LEV TRILBY A REVELATION. A REVELATION. Feat uring SIR HERBERT TREE, SIR HERBERT TREK, BUI HERBERT TREE SIR HERBERT TREK As SVE N O A L T SV END ALI, And TRILBY. TRILBY. TRILBY. TRILBY. TRILBY. Mis, 3 VIVA BIItKETC as ■ Supported by Sir TRILBY. Herbert’s Own TRILBY. Company .Tom His TRILBY. Mairs:v's. Theatre, TRILBY. London. TRILBY. Note.—‘ Trilby ' v/ill be showir at 1.30, 3.15, 5.0, 6.45, 8.30 p.tn. PRICES FOR THIS GIGANTIC PROGRAMME WILL BE AS USUAL: ADULTS, 6<J. CHILDREN, 3d. 1 Supporting Series include: | AT THREE O'CLOCK Comic ■ .EGTPr Scenic • A FIRST-CLASS COOK A.B. Comic! A nd WAR. NEWS' WAR NEWS! ECLAIR JOURNAL. SHOWING MONDAY NEST: THE DERELICTS, THE DERELICTS, A.B. Drama in Two Darts. Also, WAR NEWS! WAR NEWS! AVAR NEWS! WAR NEAYS! In 'he Eclair Journal. Salvation Antp-s Gilt ~t IT A lv MOTOR AMBULANCES —Public Dedication by ilio lord .Mirror at tbo Guildhall. —LONDON SCOT!SIT,' THIRD BATTALION.
FOR QUALITY. j rpHE OCTAGON, HAYWARDS’! SPLENDID PROGRAMME. i Farewell TO-NIGHT. at 8. CANADIANS RALLY ROUND THE FLAG. KING IN NAME ALONE—Star KING IN NAME ALOXJv-Drama. Considered an Excellent Play. Story Somewhat Similar i,o • The Prisoner of Zemin.' Brilliant Acting. Superb Setting. I All Beantifnllv Colored. j GIRL OF THE SEASON Novel Play ; Ki’.ngcr Knows No Law Drama ; GAUMONT GRAPHIC Latest !• VALLEY OF THE ARNE Travel Film , (showing beautiful scenes in France). FATTY ARRUCKLE Keystone Comedy l 6cl and Is. Reserve* Is 6d. Ito 6.30 Plan Gel a von, ’phone 3,091. j ST. CLAIR PAVILION. UNED IN Cl TIZK NS' BAN D. TO-MORROW AFTERNOON. March—‘ Lyonia ’ (Trussed). Overture—‘ The Cross of Honor ’ (Blcgcn). Trombone Sole—‘ My Guiding Star’ (Maofa rren). Soloist. Bandsman R Madden. Fantasia—‘ T'r.o Golden Rose ' (Robinson). March —'Gardes d.u Corps' (Hall). Conoer!- Valse —" Wedding Songs ’ birr. Hume). Tran.- Picture —‘ Norwegian Cradle Song,’ i Intermezzo—‘ Rendezvous ’ (arr. Thompson), .’■larch---' National Emblem ’ i Bagiev). ‘Go.I Save the King.' A Preduel of Real Vft 1 111"; 1 "LYRIC" LIQUID GLASS. 1 PIANO POLISH RE, VITEK. I Tbk is a proparnlion for reviving and pro- | dicing a fresh brightness on ihe polished I surface of Pianos aid oil bighlv-pobVhrd Fur- | nit tire. It may bn used with perfect- coilli- • tlcnce. on the most, coftlv instruments. as itcontains no injurious ingredients such as turpentine, vim gar. wax, acids, ore. “LIQUID (iLASS" k easily applied, and with little trouble a brilliant, gloss is quickly produced. We strongly recommend ibis prepnraiion for Pianos. Prices, Is and 2s per tin. CDHAS. BEGG AND CO., LTD., 1 LDadfiininci's for Musical Instruments, Princes street.
G R A X T> ;reoru i t i x a MEXI M E N ! AH!•: WANTED. CONOE R T S. U E N I RECRUITTNO DEMONS! RATIONS WILL RE HELD TX !UR GARRISON HALL. PORT CHALMERS. OX MONDAY. JANUARY 25, Ami at MOSOIKL, in CORONATION HALL. ON FRIDAY. JANITARA 29. FULL PARTICULARS NEXT WEEK. ALL RESIDENTS TO ROLL UP AND HELP THE EMPIRE. SPLENDID PROOKAMME AND SPEECHES. E. H. WILSON. Sere i ary Oiayo Recruiting Committee.
LOST AND FOUND. Lost. Top*? and Amelhy.-i Necklace. with pendant a* sacked. Reward on returning 19 'Ross avenue. Kodyn, nr R. B. Donnhton. S( tiari street. F”OST, ( inlil Cable Bundle. Finder please ,i neurit in Mr* Connor, Leviathan Hole!, Dunodm. 'bYjLU (irnl Icinan who took Secretary's Overcoat from ofli Blutekin Show, kindly return same, gel his own. I OST, Cent’s Odd Now- Boot, about Dei comber 22; reward. W, Harris and Son. 24 Princes street. OST (Andor-on Bay road, between M’Bride street aval £(epsb Half-erwenl Pearl and Ruby Brboeh: reward, T. 130 Princes street’. LOST, between Wuodhaugh, Botanical Cardens. Cold Shamrock Brooch ipear's, opals); reward. Cardens Tea Booms. LOST (George street). Umbrella knob, with initials). Linder leave Brown’s, fruiterer, opposite Cbiireb; reward. TTVOUND, Black Cooker Spaniel. Owner , can got same from Skene and Fleming, Dunedin. ('silver please Knox I OST. a Burse, cent a ining money, tram J tickets, and cards, b-lween Octagon and M’onr.ngton car; leward. Miss Swindley. 106 Princes street. WOHId) the young Lady from Christchurch by Wednesday's express kindly leave Umbrella I aken by mistake ami obtain her own at ii'cic-'s .Viuse- 'Warehouse. •OORT CH A T.M ER B. Lost. yesterday, JL . Thrco £1 Notes (week's wages); reward. W. CoUhorpc. Sawyers Bay. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. W’ANTKD, Board and Residence with private family. Address “Clerk,” Box 516, Dunedin. _ WANTED, Board, Lodging for lad; handy Post Office. Address Post Office, Dunedin. Y ENTLBMAN desires Board, private X family.. Port. Chit Inters. Address “ Homely,” Star ’ Office, Oeorgo street, Port Chalmers. __ AOKSOK’S Private Hotel, Dowling street. Dinner 12 till 2; Tea, 5 to 7; Social* and Parties catered for; committee room. First-class Accommodation Visitors. LADSTONE HOTTSIL Moray place (’phono 2.150). —Beef Accommodation visitors; personal supervision. Moss and M'Pherson. PUBLIC NOTICES. T HE MOST POPULAR COAL NOW IS TAEATIJ COAL. If you have not, tried it, do so at once. QUALITY HIGH. PRICE LOW. All C'-oal Merchants. Apply for Truck Lots to the Proprietors, TAR.ATU COAL MINE, 6 Vogel street, Dunedin.
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