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A\ ween xVarnival XVoncert. i v, IY v vninrm 2 0° VOICES i .300 VOICES! M} UiU^l MACARONIGRAM 5. From HIS MAJESTY,— All my pooplo in Feilding should certainly attend Queen Carnival Concert on Monday. Sorry cannot be thcro. Good luckl An excellent programme, by "GEORGE!" 200 VOICES I 200 YolC ™] 200 VOICES! 200 VOICES 1 POPULAR PRICES, HAY.WARIi'S PICTURES. jyULL HALL, FEILDING. Last Night of Phono- Direction, J. OWilliamsoii, Ltd. | ™ E MAN mE STAYED m CALLED BACK DRAMATIC SENSATION OF Iho most intenso molodrama over ■ LXJ - LJ " ~,m c ! niwiMiitv exhibited. IHib _ iUIU " Together with . huge supporting pro MONDAY, AUGUST 23. gramme of Dramas, Comedies, and MONDAY AUGUST 23. the Latest War Topicals. iXW ' MfWDAY J- (! * WILLIAMSON, LTD. m t 77 ii i •' Present their brilliant company of The Laughter Boom, begins. fJJ J Ainorican and Australian HUSHING ag THE%CANDAL alld ill 7 HUSKING ™E SCANDAL m '^^ t *^C m «lra 0 nia dlo & Featuring Syd Chaplin. THE MAN WHO STAYED AT Prices To-night: 1/6, 1/-, od. '"- HOME WAIATA TH E MAN STAYED SCHOOLS ALLIEITNATIONS FAIR -KicS S i of onthusiasni in England, America, SOCIAL AND DANCE. and Australia. To tho world in general "THE To bo held in Mr H. Vincent's shed. MAN WHO STAYED AT HOME" appears to bo a silly ass, but he is AVEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11. really a clear-headed secret service .'...__ agont, Avho risks his own life and Varimiß Conmetitions safety for tho sake of his country. \auouß competitions. MAN WHQ STAYf£D AT Collection for Social. HOME Dance: Gentlemen, 2/-. Ladies, a deals Avith the plots and schemes of Basket. a nest of German spies, on the- east . '___ v . . const, and tho alien danger that conROLLUPI ROLL UP! fronts England from within It reflects tho England ot to-day. DtTWTW ' *AT ' rtHFTTFKWAM I>,ans W ' ll b ° °P enod afc Brett's i ANCE AT CHELTENHAM. __ Fri( , av inorn i llgji August 20, at 8 | Infifche HALL, on o'clock. WEDNESDAY, AUG. 11, at 8 p.m. A 3110110 will bo formed from 7 a.m. To further the interests of our Queen. „ V Ay G A Ft' Dancing Compe'tit-ions, Trophies. Manager, John Far roll. Gents, 2/6. Ladies,- a Basket. WOUNDED SOLDIERS' FUND. R. BARROW. - — CANDIDATE No. 5. THE SALVATION N ARMY. QUEEN CARNIVAL. SUNDAY SERVICES. 7 a.m.—Prayer Meeting. TTARD-UPAND MASKED BALL. 11 a.m.—Holiness. ' **■ 3 p.m._Special Prayer and Inter- SANDON TOWN HALL. cession for Empire, King and Queen, and Success of tho Al- FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1915. lies. . A Hearty Welcome to all. f . Cromer's Orchestra. The Hymn ior tho Men at tho Front Tickets 2/6. Avillbesung. " COLYT ON\S "FINAL ATTACK." 'TAONUI n a School' Queen Candidate. ' At the HALL, TUESDAY, AUG. 10. FAREWELL TO MR H. BOWATER. T>ASKET SOCIAL. THE Residents of 'L'aonui and surrounding districts aro cordially P' 1111 " 0 , Lighting Bean Guessing, Box- ••, i.* ~ 1 , r •1 -m „11 '"g- Shooting Gallery, etc. Big Jummvited to attend an official Faiwell bl °' Sale . Dancing and Musical Proto be tendered to Mr HAROLD BO- gramme included. WATER (who has joined the colours) Come and join in tho fun. at TAONUI SCHOOL, on TUESDAY Gents, 1/-. Ladies, a Basket, NEXT, 10th inst.; at b p.m. • : — : ~ Ladies are requested to fetch Bas- ALLIED NATIONS FAIR. kets ' _'' TOWN CANDIDATE. CONVENT SCHOOL. TO THE RESIDENTS OF FEILD- --™« mY AT T r : T mT fo 191^5 ING AND SURROUNDING DIS- TOEiSDA }> AUGUST 10, 1915. TRIOT. SOCIAL AND . DANCE. ■" £5 Tickets 2/-. A PUBLIC MEETING will be held -*■ at the DRILL HALL ou MON- CHELTENHAM DAIRY FACTORY. DAY, AUGUST 16, at 8 p.m., to N. N —_ consider a proposal to assist 6 Nurses HHENDERS (t;0 close August 24) who are paying their own expenses -*- wanted for CARTING COMand giving their services free, to es- PANY'S BUTTER and REQUISITES tablish a Convalescent Home in between Factory and Feilding, foiv, Egypt, and to Elect a Committee. term of one or two years. Apply to Further particulars later. MANAGER for particulars. NORMAN GORTON, » - — L. A. ELLIOTT, APITI QUEEN, CARNIVALr ConVenors - TOWN HALL, APITI. PUBLIC AUGUST~I3, 1915. ALLIED NATIONS PAIR. p RAND PA^vELL SOC IAL j AT the request of the Feilding ' ■ AN P DAN ! Holiday Association and pursu- To Local 80 - vs - who aro leav] "g for ant to Section 16 of "The Shops and Cam P- Proceeds in aid of No. 2 Offices Act, 1908," I hereby declare . Candidate., tha-t THURSDAY, the 12th day of Gents, 2/-; Ladies, l/-.> Local Boys AUGUST, from Noon, shall be a leaving for camp, free. PUBLIC HOLIDAY, and that aU ' ALLIED NATIONS FAIR. ' bhops withm the Borough of Feildmg . , may observe the Half-holiday on that' SCHOOL QUEEN ELECTION. ,day in lieu of Wednesday, August 11, 'the statutory closing day. KIMBOLTON. Dated at Fedding this 4th day of '- August, 1915. • p( RAND PATRIOTIC JUMBLE A. M. ONGLEY, A^'E - Mayor. Proceeds in aid of Kimbolton School ■ — — 1 Queen Candiate. MAKINO ROAD SCHOOL. The Sale will be held in the TOWN -—* HALL, on WEDNESDAY, AUG. 11, MONDAY, AUGUST 9, at 8 p.m. f rom 2to 0 p.m. • o Cattle, Horses, Poultry, Produce of QONCERI m aid of Queen Carm- f() _ sa]e Fwthw contri . yal _und. butions will be gratefully received. Programme of Exceptional Quality. Count folk lfias6 note< lo be followed by a DANCE. ' Raffles _ Games> Afternoon Tea . Good Floor Good Music. To be folwd by H ARD-UP Good Supper. " SOCIAL Competitions. Sale of Fancy Goods. Admission: 2/6. Ladies, 1/-. .... , ~ ' . Prize for Best Hard-up \Costume. Admission to Concert and Dance: Commence 8 p.m. ,is t vnnvrTO -1. • A. CHITTENDEN, ?• tnnmf'« C a r Q ' Hon. Secretary. J. NICHOLSON, Secretary. ___ ' 'miTAOTA^NTiEIT - " DANCE. DAUGHTERS." IN M RS USMAR'S GRANARY. ALL ACCOUNTS in connection , TUESDAY, ~AUGUST 10. with above please render by MONDAY NEXT to TN aid of BEACONSFIELD QUEEN SOUTHEY FOWLER, i- CANDIDATE. Hon. Sec. Gentlemen, 2/-. Ladies, a Basket. '. _—__ . B H> WILHELM, PERAMBULATORS.— 4 of the best j. Sj MILLS. ' design going cheap. Now ia the •• ohanoe. W. H. BAIN and CO. WOUNDED "SOLDIERS' FUND. i FACING GREAT ODDS. SCHOOLS QUEEN~COMPETITION. ' GALLANT NE\Y ZEALANDERS. TURKS HELD AT BAY. QOCIAL ' AND DANCE. A brief but vivid description of the 1 \ gallant stand made by 60 New Zea- SANDON TOWN HALL, landers Avhen opposed by 1500 Turks • is contained in a letter received in WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11. Masterton recently, and forwarded to Tickets 21-. Auckland. The gallant band Avas- ~ ' __' composed mainly of Wairarapa men, ' Tv-rrnw ctdpiw antrnrvr" but included Trooper Arthur Stanley LYTTON STREET SCHOOL. Endean, a son of Mr John Endean, of Auckland, xrooper Endean diied iiONCMII on June 21, as the result of wounds sustained in the action. T n a id 0 f Q ueen Candidate. The men, who were among those URl __ HALL . I mounted troops who volunteered tor wrttaav r kik service as infantry, were cut off from nuuai, au>jU&i 0, idio. the main body, out held their trench 8 p.m. for over two days. Captain Norman Cameron, of Wairarapa, and an old PART I. boy of Wellington College, was in com- PROGRAMME BY THE CHILDREN mand, and asked the men Avhether part TT they were prepared to fight the mat- „_..„. x- aj - ti - Alter out._ The reply was In emphatic STANWAY DRAMATIC CO., affirmative. . When they were relieved In the Comedy— over two day later, 48 of the 60 men "BROWNE WITH AN E " h , ad ] J ?,f\ k i Jl<?d °r' w ° m - lcle n atmmg Admission: 2/- and 1/-. tlie killed being Captain Cameron,. „ _„ who was shot .through tho head. n. 0. bIEWARI, One man, Smith, of Wairarapa, wajj. j Headmaster. so severely injur( l d in tho legs during; I tlie affair that he was unable to take \ Ik/fR J. P. PENNY, of Brinsmead's, an active part 111 tho latter part of ill London, will .accept all orders the engagement, but instead he load- f o r Tuning or Repairs if left at H. Ed the rifles for his comrades. Before- COLLIER and CO.'s, Manchester St. the relief party came he died, but- . — — right until his last moment ho kept- TTOT DRINKS and Cold Drinks to his heroic task. Trooper Arthur- XI served in the latest style at Endean, tbe writer of tlie letter . GROOMBRIDGE'S Marble Bar, Manstates, died a similarly heroic death. 1 chester Street.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Feilding Star, Volume XI, Issue 2785, 7 August 1915

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