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I AMUSEMENTS. pLAZA PICTURES? , Hours: 1 o’clock to 5.50: C.50 to 10 p.m. exclusive holiday programme. EVERY PICTURE A. STAR, THE UNDERTOW. a, Tragedy. THE UNUEIiTuW. 1.000 Feet. CONDITIONAL BEQUEST. Powerful Drama bv the Cincs Co. LATEST WAR NEWS. LATEST WAR NEWS. Direct from London. Jn Warwick Chronicle. DREAMY JIMMIE Comic. OPIUM CIGARETTES Trick Film. PIMPLE, M.P Comic. Pimnle at his Best. i WIFE FOR A WAGER Nestor Drama. 1 HIS MR ST RIDE Comedy, 1 IT ices: ADULTS, 6d; CHILDREN. 3d. SPECIAL ATTRACTION! BEAUTY COMPETITION. AT BOTH EVENING SESSIONS AT BOTH EVENING SESSIONS THE SECOND SERIES OP SIX ENTRANTS Will be Screened. THE BRITISH AND BELGIAN ORPHANS' FUND. \ A* SUNDOWNERS' XA Will be given by tie DUNEDIN ORPHANS' CLUB In HTS MAJESTY'S THEATRE (Kindly lent by -Messrs Fuller and 6onq) On TUESDAY, DECEMBER. 1, At 8 o’clock. Tickets: ss, 2s, Is, Bos Plan at Dresden. 1 THE POPULAR SONO ' ' XT'S A LONG, LONG WAT ®l' JL TIPPERARY.’ ' Ed PEE COPY; POSTED, M. Obtainable at TERRY’S MUSIC STORES, 174-178 George street, Dunedin. , British Records fop British Homes! PATRIOTIC RECORDS PATRIOTIC RECORDS ' FOR GRAMOPHONES, : FOR GRAMOPHONES, 1 BEGG’S have pleasure in announcing arrival of a supply of 250 LYRICPHONE DISC RECORDS, Containing PATRIOTIC) SELECTIONS exclusively. These Records are made in England, and reproduce with great power and fullness of tone. No. 10 is already sold out, and-early application will be necessary, as the demand is naturally abnormal. The following are new on sale: No. I—‘Rule, Britannia’ and ‘God Save the King’; ‘Russian National Anthem ’ and 'The Marseillaise,’ by Empire Military Band. No. 2—‘ Boys of the Old Brigade,’ Yocal March and Military Band; ‘Hearts ol Oak,’ sung by Robert English. No. 3 —* Sons of the Sea ’ and ‘ Tommy Atkitis,’ two songs sung by Robert English, with Brass Band Accompaniment. No. 4*-' British Imperial Chimes’ and Tschaikowsky Overture, 1912, Empire Military Band. No. s—‘For Empire and England ’and ‘Our King and Country Need You,’ two songs eung by Robert English, with Band Accompaniment. No. Soldiers of tha King’ and ‘Red, White, and Blue,’ two songs ctmg by Robert English, with Band Aocomponix ment. No. 7—' La Marseillaise,’ Empire Military Band, with Vocal Chorus; and ‘ Tripii Entente ’ Anthems, Empire MRitatyt Band, with Vocal Effects. No. B— ‘Hullo, There, little Tommy At*, kins,’ sung by Victor Conway; ‘A Bom. I hardier (Son of a Gun),’ sung by Robert 1 EnglLslu j '. 9— ‘ God Sava the King* and * Rule, J Britannia,’ Empire Military Band. ‘nrMta Vocal Chorus and Effect*. PRICB, 3s 6d EACH, CHAS. BEGG AND CO, LTD., Lyricphone end Gramophone i Princes street. | SHOWS. I rpALMERSTON AND •* COUNTY AGEICULTUBAB AKljr PASTORAL ASSOCIATION^ ANNUAL SHOW* FEIDAT, DECEMBER 4,1914, EXCURSION' FAKES, ; Entries Close at 8 p.m. on THURSDAY.) the 3rd December. Late entries will be re* ‘ ceived on day of Show, subject to payment of an extra fee equal to half the amount to bo charged in each class. Catalogues on application. W. B, GALLOWAY. Eecrcta ry. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. TIME-TABLE ALTBRATTONS. CiATLTNS RIVER BRANCH.—TIic f, Row--1 iug train service eliown on Gatlins River Brandi Time-table as operating fr-un Ist December, ISI4, WILL NOT RUN mail further notice: The 11.20 a.m. train from Macßuaau to Tahakopa on Tuesdava and Thursdays. The 12.15 p.m. train, from Tahakopa to Maclomian on TuesJays and Thursdays. Tlie 12.10 p.m. train from Hoaipapa to Maclennan on Mondays, Tuesdays, TlhiirscavH, and Saturdays. The 12.50 p.m. train from Slaclennan to Hcuinapa on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thura* days, and Saturdays. The 2.5 p.m. train from Maclennan ta TaliUxpa on Thursdays and Saturdays. The 2.40 p.m. train Tahakopa to Maolon* j nau ou Thursdays and Saturdays. ’The 10.40 a.m. train from Baiclnlba WILL RUN' through to Houipapa, arriving Houipapa 12.27 p.m , returning leaving Houipapia at 2.13 p.m., arriving Balclutha. 4.10 p.m. GOODS AND PASSENGER TRAFFIC ON THE UNOPENED LINE BEYOND HOUX. PAPA WILL BE WORKED BY PUBLIC; WORKS DEPARTMENT AS HERETOFORE. LAWRENCE BRANCH, j Tiio 12.10 p.m. train from Lawrenos I Beaumont and 1.55 p.m. twin from Beau* I mont to Lawrence WILL NOT RUN oi»f Tuesday, Wednesday, Tltursday, Friday,: Saturday, and Monday, let to 7th Deoorabef' inclusive. B; Order. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. BALCLUTHA SHOW. FRIDAY. 4th DECEMBER TRAIN will leave Balclutha for Dunedif at 0.35 p.m., stopping at any station where required to *ct down passengers from Balclutha. Connects at Ciarkcsvxlle Lawrence Branch Train. The Lawrence Blanch Train will not lean Milton uuii! 7.40 p.m. Train v.iil leave Clinton at 8.50 a.m., Wsrepa 9.30 a.m., Balclutha arrive 10.0 a.m< Train will leave Balclutha for Clinton at G.4 r > pan. Hobday Excursion Tickets to Balclutha v.kl be issued at Dunedin, Clinton, and in* tenmdiate stadoiis. including stations on Lawrence and Gatlins River Branches, on FRIDAY, 4:h December; also from Gore r,rd W-upahi by Up Express Train same day; available for return until THURSDAY, 10: a December. By Order. Office of Public Service Commissioner, Wellington, 2jih November, 1914. A PPLICATIONS will he received by the A*. tunica signed up till noon on the 17th DECEMBER for the Positions i' 4) of INSPECTOR AND TEACHER OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION, Education Department. Further particulars may bo teen in the 1 Now Zealand Gazette ’ o? the 26th November, 1914, or may be obtained from the Permanent Head, Education Department?, Wellington. Thc-_ appointments will be subject to the provisions of tha Public Service Act, 1912. Salary, £2OO per annum, rising to £250 by muual increments of £lO. General division. A. J. H. BENGE, Secretary,

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 9, Evening Star, Issue 15662, 28 November 1914

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