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AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. pLAZA PICTURES. Hours To-day: 12 o’clock to 10 p.m. WAR NEWS. WAR NEWS. WAR NEWS. WAR NEWS. authentic war news. Direct from London, in Eclair Journal, 94. PRICE OF VANITY, PRICK OP VANITY, Sells Star Drama. SLIPPERY JIM IN HIGH LIFE. SLIPPERY JIM IN HIGH LIFE, Esaanay Star Comedy. Primilivo Model A.B. Drama. Up-to-Dato Cook Comic Toilers of the Sea Victor Drama Town Chap A.B. Comic Wiggs’s Real Cure Comedy EiEtc. PRICES: ADULTS, 6(1. CHILDREN, 3d. COMING ON MONDAY: The octagon, haywardsc Farewell TO-NIGHTI at 8. • A SUPERB PROGRAMME. At 8. W.AR SCENES AT ANTWERP. LATEST LONDON NEWSHEBZA LIAR’S GAME HUNT, Clever Skit—Most Amusing. THE DAVIS CUP. 3914. Also, the Powerful Picture. Drama, THE INSPECTORS STORY. A Beautiful Story, in which a little girl takes the principal part. From start to finish the picture holds attention. The conclusion is pathetic, and awakens confidence in the power and goodness of humanity. MAX OX THE BRINY ' Coraedv FANNY’S MELODRAMA Cornedv ANCIENT EGYPT. HARTZ MOUNTAINS. A Bright and Brilliant Entertainment. APPROPRIATE ORCHESTRAL MUSIC. 6d and Is. Res. by ’Phone 3,091. ABANDONED HOPE Star Drama, And MURPHY AND TUB MERMAIDS, Screaming A.B. Comic. BEAUTY COMPETITION. AT BOTH EVENING SESSIONS The. Third Series will be screened. SPIT AND MAORI KAIK. S.S. MAHENO (Circumstances permitting) Leaves Dunedin fine Sundays 10 a.m., returning 4 p.m. FARE: Is (ONE SHILLING) RETURN. DUNEDIN FERRY COMPANY, LTD. PORT CHALMERS HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. mUF SUMMER and ROSE SHOW will bo JL hc-hl in the Druids’ Hall, Port Chalmers, on FRIDAY, December 18, Afternoon and Evening. Entries close, at 8 p.m. on WEDNESDAY, 16th. Admission to Show Is, Children 6tl. JOHN DAVIDSON, Hon. Sec. 1 . The School Holidays are almost here! PORTABLE HORNLESS GRAMOPHONES AND LYRICPHONES, Are you going to the country or away camping during the Holidays? If so, you want Music, ami plenty of it ! MUSIC that won’t entail work! MUSIC varied enough for everybody! MUSIC, Patriotic, Martial, Inspiring—and Love Lilts! You can have all these, and more, by taking with you any of the following low-priced machines and a dozen or two of Records : THE “LYKICPHONE,” Osk Cabinet, 5 ss. £6 10s. etc. TOE ‘•'CTNCH” GRAMOPHONE, £4. “HIS MASTER’S VOICE" GRAMOPHONE. £6 10s. All the above are hornless, compact, and portable. More, expensive qualities may also bo had. DISC RECORDS at popular prices, dmiblosided. 2s 3d and 3s 6d each. RECORD-CARRYING CASES. 4s, ss, etc. A few pounds will buy a complete outfit! Please call -and get particulars ami hear some selections. CHAS. BEGG AND CO.. LTD., Gramophone Agents, Princes street. y-'t RAND PATRIOTIC ROSE AND ** GARDEN FETE And MONSTER ART UNION. Prizes; Gold Nuggets. Ist Prize, Nugget Valued £ls. 2nd Prize, Nugget Valued £lO. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 16, 1914, AFTERNOON AND EVENING. BANDS. BANDS. BANDS. School Fife and Drum Bonds. Physical Displays and Cnbc'lhc-nica By the Various Schools, Indian Clubs and Dumb-bells, Christian Brother*’ School. DUNEDIN ORPHANS’ CLUB. PIERROTS PIERROTS. Kinenintogrnph Entertainments. CHILDREN’S COMPETITIONS. Full Pari iculurs from Secretary. (Refreshment Tents. Floral Tents. Sweets and Soft Drinks. Post Office. Bowling. Cricket. SIDE: SHOWS. SIDE SHOWS. Something Entirely New. THE GREAT AND ONfA r WALDTE. Como (inrl have a Shot at the “ Kaiser.” Proceeds io Provide Employment for those Out of Wav owing to the War, and Expended on Improving the City Reserves. HELP A WORTHY CAUSE BY BUYING TICKETS—Is EACH, And have a Chance in the Monster ART UNION. H. S. WILSON, Secretary. Empire, Building*, Princes sheet, Dunedin. Said to be “Equal to any of Sousa’s!” JUST OUT! JUST OUT! SPIRIT OF NAPOLEON.’ A BRITISH WAR-MARCH! By ADRIAN HOPE (Tho Popular Waltz Composer). This Brilliant March by a Composer whose works are much admired has reached New Zealand at an opportune time. There is a call for BRITISH MARTIAL MUSIC that, will voice (he Spirit of the Hour. 'This March will help to meet, the need? The ‘Spirit of Napoleon’ March is Brilliant, Effective: the Time well marked, and Iho Rhythmic Movement full of verve and strength. It is not in (he least difficult, and will prove a widely-appreciated March. PRICE, 2s; Posted, 2s Id. CHAS. BEGG AND CO.. LTD., Headquarters for Music, Princes street. BELGIAN CARNIVAL ON RECREATION GROUND, PORT CHALMERS, THURSDAY, 10th DECEMBER, AFTERNOON AND EVENING. SPORTS, TUG-OF-WAR. HAKA AND POI DANCES. COMPETITIONS. GRAND BELGIAN MARCH. CROWNING THE QUEEN OF THE CARNIVAL, FIRST-CLASS MUSIC, STALLS, ETC. GROUNDS BRILLIANTLY ILLUMINATED IN EVENING. ELECTION RESULTS SCREENED. COME AND ASSIST THE POOR OF BELGIUM. ADMISSION. ONE SHILLING. ADMISSION, ONE SHILLING. GARRISON HALL, TUESDAY, DECEMBErI^ * TEE MESSIAH’ By the DUNEDIN CHORAL SOCIETY, In Aid of Red Cross Society, Belgian Relief, and Local Distress Funds, Soloists: Miss M. Mitchell, Mrs IE E. Browning (first appearance in N.Z.), Mr E. Drake, and Mr H. E. Browning. CHORUS OP 120. ORCHESTRA OF 30. Lender of Orchestra. Mr J. Wallace. ’Trumpet Obbligato, Mr Oley Judd. Conductor, Sidney Wolf. PRICES OF ADMISSION: 2s and K T'iokets at Dresden, Hogg and Co., Bible Depot, or any member of Society. A. F. GRAHAM, Secrcufry. RELIGIOUS. SPIRITUAL Scientists’ Church, Oddfellows’ Hull, Albany street.—-By special request. Sunday, 7 p.m., Mrs 8. E. Morrison, Lecturer on Modern Science; spirit messages from articles. Silver collection at door. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. NO FOREIGN CAPITAL, NO FOREIGN SUBSTANCE, SIMPLY OTAGO’S BEST In TARATi: COAL You Got the, BEST POSSIBLE, VALUE. Only 21s 6d per ton for cef-h. delivered within Hie C;iy Boundary. GET IT FROM VOUH COAL MERCHANT. Tl|« O. C. ARMSTRONG has taken over thr “REMBRANDT STUDIO," Corner of George and Hanover streets, And will bo Open to Receive Sitters on and after WEDNESDAY, the 9th DECEMBER. SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY. A DVERTISER, who is leaving' for the. -s V North Island, wishes to T)is;>ose of the, whole of his beautiful up-to-date Furniture of Six Booms. EVERYTHING NEW. HARDLY USED, Estimated value, £425; prepared to sacrifice. Splendid chance for a young couple, to walk right in and buy the Jot, thereby saving a great deal of cash and vvorrv. “ AUCKLAND,” * Evening Star.’ WHY DO TOE PUBLIC SAY LANE’S CORDIALS PLEASE? Because they know they arc getting the Purest and Best money can buy. All WATERS and CORDIALS are made from our ARTESIAN WELL, drawn from tho solid blue rock in our Factory, Walker street. PIANO REPAIRING at REDUCER RATES to enable us to keep hands going. F. HOWELL AND CO., Octagon and Bath street. LOST AND FOUND. I GST, between Ocean Beach and Cargill ■i Comer, Motor Bike Siren; rewant. R. Rraithwaite, care Brail.hwa.ito. Ltd. I~ r bTur wlt 7 I (7--J turn Wright. Stephenson, and Co., reward. lOST, DA ween Station ami BeHokiiowi-, J Ring, with k-ys attached. Pli.oc itturn Edwards, fruiterer; reward. XOST between George street and Stuart J street cat. Pearl and Amethyst Necklet ; reward. Nelson, jeweller, George street. T 11ST, Pair of Gold-rimu.ed Girl’s Spee.l j tne’cs 'in case); reward. 301 Princes street, or 114 Melbourne street. TOST, Gold Earring third). Reward on A reluming to Chas. Begg and Co., music warehouse. Person who took Musio ' Invcrary it Marv ’ in mistake from Portobcllo concert eommttnicalf: Chas. Begg and Co, F' OI’ND. —Stewart's, poulterers, now Book, ing Orders for Xmas Poultry. TUTOUND. —At Stewart’s, fishmongers and X' poulterer;t Splendid lot Feathers for Sale, 3d per lb, delivered. F (XIUND, Bull piaee. Slat-. Apply 361 York HOLIDAY RESORTS. NUGGETS, Miolyncux.—Mrs Campbell’s, Seaside Accommodation; trap meets passengers at Romabapa on application. Telephone Tokata. SEASIDE Cottage, 5 Rooms (furnished, To Let, Wait at i, fronting railway (near MichieT); rent £1 10s. Park, Reynolds. PORTOBELLO. —To Lot, 2 largc-roomod Fit mi shed (V/t-logo, Cliristmas, (also January and February. "Tigi,” ‘Star’ Office. ‘ WANTED. Furnish seaside. Xmas. Post Office, Albany st T Crib or Two Rooms, Particulars “Crib,” reel. mo LET (Christmas JL nished Cottages, tion. Apply E. Foote, UKETERA KI '--To ary, comfortable rooms and scullery. Office. Holidays), Two Purnoar Purnkanul StaPnrakanui. Let, from 4th JamtFurnished Cottage; 2 “ Raritan?.,” ‘Star’ BOARD AND RESIDENCE. JACKSON'S Private Hotel, Dowling streets Dinner 12 till 2; Tea, 5 to 7; Social* and Parties catered for; committee room. First-olass Accommodation Visitors. ’ €1 LADSTONE HOUSE, Moray place IT (’phone 2.1201. —Best. Accommodation visitors; personal supervision. Moss and Jl'Pherscn. ‘ Bedroom, Sitting Room. ns.l kitchen, central. rise; suit, one or two ladies. Address "Lady," ‘Star’ Office. lADV offers comfortable, refined Home J (north lino) to another, willing assist fight housework. Address "Companionship,” 'Star' Office. "’CTA CANCY in good home offered 4 V Tradesmen; soft, washing: comfortable home; 13s. Address "100,” ‘Star’ Office. WANTED, by Cleric in office, comfortable Board in private familyf atete , •Slur’ Ullite, "Bond street. *" terras. ‘Moderate," ’ Star om>

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 15668, 5 December 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 Issue 15668, 5 December 1914

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