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Page 7 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 15702, 16 January 1915
AMUSEMENTS ATEW QUEEN’S THEATRE. PERPETUAL PICTURE PALACE. Daily. 12 noon till 10.30 p.m. LAST* DAY—OF—LAST NIGHT DEVIL'S rKVIT.’R DEVIL’B DEVIL’S DEVIL'S DEVIL’S DEVIL'S I EVIL’S D PAUL’S DEVIL'S DEVIL'S DEVIL’S - THE A society dmnia, containing tmuiy remarkable scenes. The no'lce raid “ THE DANSANT." a fashionable gambling den, is ;i unique and thrilling scene. AND MAC NIPT CUN T SUPPORTING SERIES. DA NS A NT. DANSANT. DANSANT. DANSANT. DANSANT. DANSANT, DANSANT. DANSANT. DANSANT. DANSANT. DANSANT. DAS'SANT. ONE PRICE TO ALL PARTS ; ADULTS, SIXPENCE; CHILDREN. 3d. QUEEN’S THEATRE. MONDAY NEXT. MONDAY NEXT. ATTRACTION EXCEPTIONAL. i A Romance, of Reincarnation, with all the | Pomp and Glitter of the Orient. : MYSTERY OF THE SLEEPING JJRATH | MYSTERY OF THE SLEEPING DEATH And HIS NEW PROFESSION, HIS NEW PROFESSION. Keystone Fun is an Electric Tonic, This nno shows tho inimitable CHARLES CHAPUN At his best. Showing him making desperate efforts to avoid work. Gnu you imagine it? 17'TNG EDWARD THEATRE, SOUTH DUNEDIN. Daily: 13(1 to 10 p.m. Continuously. The Home of the Perfect Picture. Another Brilliant Series, headed bv THE GIRL AT THE LOCK—Lnbiu’e THE GIRL AT THE LOCK—Dramatic THE GIRL AT THE LOCK—’Offering. Another Kcvstcne Merrymaker. RTi LOVED THE LADIES. HE LOVED THE LADIES. _ Edison’s Highly Educational and Interesting NEW YORK POLICE DEPT. CARNIVAL. NEW YORK POLICE DEPT. CARNIVAL. Supporting Subjects Include; ANDY LEARNS TO SAVIM (A Laugh-loosening Crtncdv). THE 1 PATHE GAZETTE. Popular Tariff; ADULTS, SIXPENCE; CHILDREN, 3d. ffTHE ST. KILT)A MUNICIPAL BAND Will Play in THE GARDENS, ON SUNDAY. PROGRAMME. March—’ 1 Our Territorials.’ Japanese Romance —’ Poppies.’ Fantasia—' Operatic Beauties.’ Talsc — 1 The Druids’ Prayer.’ Selection—‘ Lc I’rc Aux CJcrcs.’ Veleta —‘ Toniours Tranquillc.’ National Aniheii!* of the Allies. ‘God Pavo the King.’ G. F. PATTERSON, Bandmaster. W. .1. NELSON. Secretary. A. Medley of Favorite Melodics. • PATRIOTIC MEMORIES,’ ‘ PATRIOT! C M EMORIES.’ A NEW PIANO SOLO. A NEW PIANO SOLO. ‘Patriotic Memories ’ i« a very timely arrangement of National Music in the form of a. Piano Solo, which is thoroughly odaipted for placing at Patriotic Concerts and other special ‘ occasions, as well as forming an accept able drawing room piece, it is arranged by Edward Sr. Quentin, and presents no difficulties In the player of ordinary ability. ‘Patriotic Memories’ comprises 17 paece:, full music sire, with a. splendid color design of the five flags of flip Allies. The piece, opens with an introduction and an arrangement of ' Hearts of Oak.' and introduces aLo • Sons of Iho Empire,’ * It’s » Long, Long Wo.v to Tipperary,’ ‘Private Tommy Atkins.’ Japanese, Russian, French, and Belgian National Anthems. ‘Rule, Britannia/ ■ God &avo the King.’ etc. Altogether 35 different mad iah sriifiiuettfa-l, and tic licit a 1 airs are introduced. Tilts h- a- solo which every person who plavs tho piano should have a. copy of. Price 2s, posted 2s. Id, tfSHAS. BEGG AND CO., LTD., Headquarters for Music, Princes street.
ELECTION NOTICES. dunedin centum, election*. VLL 310RXIXGT0X Friend* and Supporter? of Mr -,i. \V. MUX BO are urged loallend aMhh’i IXG to ho lickl in i ho Mo.-niumon Borough Council Chambers on MONDAY EVENING, the 18th just., at 7.30 o'clock sharp. Business; To, Arrange for a Complete C'nuva-s of ibo Morniugioli District to hYp in again placing Mr Munro at the I <'11 of Hie- jidll. Time, is short, so roll up and asrist in whatever - way imi ecu. GEORGE S. THOMSON*. Sceretnry Mormugiou Sub-committee. DUNEDIN CENTRAL ELECTION. .LADIES' MEETING. A MEETING of LAI A* SUPPORTERS of XSI tn- J. tv. MEN liO will lx. hold in the. Trades Hall, Moray place .opposite First Church), on TCK.tDAV AFTERNOON. Onnuary 19, ai 3 o'clock. 11. BREEN. Secretary. HOLIDAY RESORTS. T~> LET. snnll Well-furnished Cottage; three minutes lo beech and ten to railway -bith'-u. Apply Mm Cleghora, Sea View, Hampden. FUKETEPA K f.—Sea-ide Furnished Ccttaces available from 22u I Apply No. 1 Wells sircta. Maori Hill. AUCTIONS. WEDNESDAY. 20i.h JANUARY, At 2 o'clock. At llcoinr.. 221. Princes street-. HOUSED OLD FT.I EN ITUR-E WALNUT IURCMNER PIANO, Mt'KROIMi.U-K -SIDEBOARD LADY'S AND (.'ENT'S BICYCLES, B EDI tO 0 M FUUNITO RE. Brussels Carpet, Hearthrug. Pot Stand*. Bore Bowl, Piolures. Ornaments. Linoleums' Lamp?, Austrian Chairs. Oeersional Tables and Chairs, Rocker, Mirrm-Joog■, Wardrobe, Full-Scot ;h Chc-t, Ducheese C-heris. Washstands and Ware. Wire Plmkrdovrns, Double and Pinglc iron Bedsteads. Wire and Flock Mattresses. Cl;Ws Cot. Who (not. Sofa, Tab! - '-, Chair?. Dinner and Tea Ware, Conkin" Utensils. Scales. Push Cart, Iron Gate. Counter. Lady - ? an Gent's Biov-ylea, etc. AL EX . If ARTv I H AN D CO. are inslmotod lo sell by auction at their rooms, as above. MONDAY. 18th JANUARY, At 9.45 a.m. GRAIN AND PRODUCE. At their Stores, Cumberland and Vogel streets. D ALGETY AND CO., LIMITED: will sell by auction, at above time. Oats, wheat, chatt, etc. MONDAY, 18th JANUARY, At 10 o’clock. GRAIN AND PRODUCE. At tho Olngo Corn and Wool Exchange Vogel street. Donald rbid and co., ltd, will sell, as above, OaiiK winiai. harlex. chaJi, notatoes.
Page 7 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 15702, 16 January 1915
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