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amusements. IHE STORY OF THE ROSARY SPECIAL HOIiIDAY MATINEE MONDAY, JUKE 3. At 2.30. NOTE THE I'RICES: Dress Circle and Front Stalls ... . . 2s 64 SWls - 2s Od ' Eft, - Is Od S 1 ! 3 rcn - Is 6d ' Children Is flj Children Qs W BOX PLAN NOW OPEN AT THE BRISTOL. £J'IS MAJESTY'S THEATRE, Direction Ben. and John Fuller (Limited). TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! THE LAST TWO NIGHTS OF THE SEASON. Bon and John Fuller present the Wonderfully Successful Drama: '•IHE STORY OF THE ROSARY," 'THE STORY OF THE ROSARY." "THE STORY OF THE ROSARY." "THE STORY OF THE ROSARY." PLAYING TO CAPACITY NIGHTLY! ALLAN WILKIE, ALLAN WILKIE, ALLAN WILKIE. ALLAN WILKIE, And hie CLEVER COMPANY. THE LAST TWO NIGHTS OF THE SEASON. THE LAST TWO NIGHTS TO SEH THE WEDDING ON THE STAGE! THE GREAT DUEL! THE THRILLING BOMB EXPLOSION! "THE STORY OF THE ROSARY," "TOE STORY OF THE ROSARY," "THE STORY OF THE ROSARY," A 1 Play of Tears, Laughter, and all the Thrills you could wish for. A Play for Husbands and Wives, for Sweethearts, for Mothers and Fathers. A Good Honest Play, with a Story that Touches the Heart. Every Character Interests. Every Bag Scene Thrills. BE WISE, AND BOOK YOUR SEATS TO-DAY! BOX PLAN at THE BRISTOL til] 12 noon, after that hour at JACOBS'S, where Day Sales may also be obtained. PRICES: 4s, 36, 2s Is No Early Poor*, y BURNS HALL. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT-TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. YOCAL RECITAL By Miss RAY JACKSON'S STUDENTS A SPLENDID PROGRAMME. VARIED IN CHARACTER. Proceeds in Aid of RETURNED SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL CLUB Reserves, 2s; Back of Hall, la. Don't miss it. Book your seat at The Bristol before Noon. GOOD SEATS STILL AVAILABLE. -'Programme- Commences 8 -o'clock. Special Announcement REGG'S INVITATION TO SHOW-WEEK VISITORS. TO SHOW-WEEK VISITORS. Ladies and Gentlemen who are interested in Music and Musical Instruments arc invited to Call at our Establishment during their stay in the city. We will have pleasure in letting them hear the latest Gramophone Records or in trying over foe them the Songs of the Hour and the Newest Piano Music. They will have the 1 opportunity of Inspecting our Piano Salon, and also of seeing our Fine Selection of Small Musical Instruments—the largest in the Dominion, and the Best Values. PIANOS. —British, French, and American. PLAYER-PIANOS, ORGANS, and AMERICAN ORGANS. GRAMOPHONES and LYRICPHONES. ' GRAMOPHONE DISC RECORDS—Skwrrrtous Variety. VIOLINS, 'CELLOS, FLUTES, CLARIONETS, BANJOS, ZITHER-BANJOS, MANDOLINS, Etc. CORNETS and all BRASS INSTRUMENTS. • MUSIC, BALLADS, and POPULAR 1 SONGS. NEW PIANO ALBUMS and PIECES, Etc. ; MUSIC CARRIERS, PIANO STOOLS, METRONOMES. > OTIAS. BEGG & CO. (LIMITED), 1 Headquarters for Music and Musical : Instruments, PRINCES STREET. ' OHEAP READING.) , ' DUNEDIN ATHENJ3UM CHARGES. Quarterly, 5s 3d; Half-yearly, 10s 6d; Yearly, 21s; Youths. Half-price. One Book and one Magazine for each ticket. Family Tiokete, 31s 6d (two Books, two Magazines); . 36s 9d (three Books, two .Magazines); 42s 1 (four Books, two Magazines). 9f DAVID WISHART, Consulting Homceo pathist and Biochemio Therapeutist. A man in khaki writes: "Re MrWlshartfa medicine, I have still got the outfit with me (January 18), aud find it very useful foe the various camp ailments whicii are common with us." 3 Grant street (off High street). 'Phone 769. llap FOOTBALL. I QTAGO RUGBY FOOTBALL UNION. t TO-DAY (SATURDAY), JUNE 1, 19M. 0 CARISBROOK GROUND: j; PIRATES v. UNION, tt CALEDONIAN GROUND-. >t PORT CHALMERS v. ZINGARIRICHMOND. h Ejok-off 3 p.m. J" Admission, 6d; Boys, 3d; Stand, 6d extra; 8 Ladies Free to the Ground. » ljn E. S. WILSON, Seo. O.RJ.U. gJOOCER FOOTBALL. it SOUTHERN v. GREEN ISLAND, CULLING PARK. EL. '8 Kick-off 3 p.m. is Admission, 6d .Ladies Free. f, — ih HOCKEY. g T ADIES' HOCKEY TOURNAMENT. « U CARISBROOK, JUNE 3.. Commencing 10 o'clock. Proceeds for Otaco Women's Patriotic AsboL nation and the Salvation Army Patriotic Fund. t- Admission Sixpence. lg F. V. WHITE, lju Hon Secretary. XX7*AGONETTE will leave Cargill's Corv v nor ior WiNGATUI, 9 a.m., Mona day. For accommodation ring 'phone 1931. Br Ui'KRB Selection of Floral SATEEN O for re-covering down quilts; la 6d, la in 9d, Is lid, 2s 3d, 2s 6d. —Herbert. Haynes. T Ttf DON AID & MILLER, Green Wand, _ J3U. are f ASH BUYERS of Prime Bacon iff FKJS. CorrtsTOn.lenee invited. 16ap s VTKRIT tells. The phenomenal sales of — Ixl. the North British Rubber Co.'s Hoig, water Bottle with the " UNIQUE" Stopo. per is the best evidence of their undoubted ly quality and service. All chemista. 30m

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Otago Daily Times, Issue 17330, 1 June 1918

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