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AMUSEMENTS. Tho Most Popular Theatre in tho Dominion. QUEERS THEATRE. PERPETUAL PICTURE PALACE. Daily: 11.30 till 5.30; "6.30 till 10.30. TO-DAY'S NEW PROGRAMME Includes A Photo-Drama- of beautiful nxitivc, of exquisite treatment, and of exposition imbued with tho personality of Edison's famous players, ranks among tho highest screen productions. Thi3 supreme pictorial play is entitled 1 THE -SHAT\E£RED TREE. THE SHATTERED TREE. THE SHATTERED TREE. TUB SHATTERED TREE. ■ THE SHATTERED TREE. THTJ SHATTERED TREK. And unfolds tho Dramatic Story cf a Great Robbery, interwoven with the Glorious Passion, A LOVE BEYOND COMPARE. And To-day, at 4.45 p.m., 7 p.m., and 8.30 p.m.: WAR SPECIAL! WAR SPECIAL! RETREAT FROM ANTWERP Tho Palais des Fetes at Ghent,, wluch harbors 10,000 Refupoc-s.—A Destitute Family's New Home.—French Marines in the Casino Gardens.—The Belgian Troops Retiring into Ghent.—The Wounded in Hospital.—The Arrival of British Reinforcements.—Tommy Turns Tailor. Supporting- Subjects: SACRED CITY OF BENARES. Colored Pa the Scenic. The Man with the Glove Drama. Pickles, Art, and Sauerkraut Vitagranh Comedv. TOPICAL BRIDGET, N0."162. Brimful of the Very Latest Happenings from the Great European War. ONE PRICE TO ALL PARTS: ADULTS, SIXPENCE. CHILDREN, 3d. SALVATION ARMY HALL, IN AID OF BELGIAN CHILDREN. I RAND PATRIOTIC YOUNG PEOPLES r PROGRAMME, comprising Three Selected Tableaux, with Colored Lights, Dialogjiies Recitations Action Songs, cic, TUESDAY, December 8. at 8 p.m. TICKETS, SIXPENCE. ELECTION NOTICES.' MR C. R. SMITH, LIBERAL CANDIDATE FOR BRUCE. Willi ADDRESS THE ELECTORS as under:— MILTON CORONATION HALL.—TONIGHT (MONDAY), 7th, at Bo'clock. STIRLING CHURCH HALL.—TUESDAY, Bth, at 7 p.m. KAJTANGATA CHURCH HALL.— TUESDAY, Bth, at 8.15 p.m. LAWRENCE TOWN HALL.—WEDNESDAY, 9lh, at 8 p.m. Ladies Cordi«"iy Invited. These Meetings will be devoted mainly 1o Rqply to Criticisms. GENERAL ELECTION. R A N D F I N A I RAIL Y, I" PRINCESS THEATRE, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 9th, at 8 p.m. '.Election Eve). LIBERAL AND LABOR CANDIDATES. SPEAKERS: Mcsm-s ,T. W. MUNRO (Dmicdiii Central), 'l'. K. SIDEY (Dunedin Soul!)), A. WALKER 'Dunedin North, J. T. JOHNSON (Dunedin West). Chairman: J. H. F. Hamcl. E;q. R. R DOUGLAS. DUNEDIN SOUTH ELECTORATE TR T. K. SIDEY wil! be pleased to MEET THE ELECTORS In the SOUTH DUNEDIN TOWN HALL On TUESDAY. Bth INST., at, 8 o'clock. Mr Sidov will bo glad to MEET ALL HIS COMMITTEES and any Person.-: willing to ASSIST on ELECTION DAY in his Central Committee Reims,- near Camp's Corner, THIS .MONDAY) EVENING, at 8 o'clock. DUNEDIN NORTH ELECTORATE. R A. WALKER. SELECTED LABOR - CANDIDATE, -iviil Address the Eleclors in the UNION' STREET SCHOOL GYMNASIUM HALL TO-MORROW (TUESDAY), at, 8 o'clock. v DUNEDIN NORTIf ELECTORATE. _fl"R G. M. THOMSON will ADDRESS M. rap; ELECTORS as follows: DALMORE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, TO-NIGHT (MONDAY), December 7. Meeting commences at. 8 o'clock. DUNEDIN SOUTH ELECTORATE. Mil T. IT. DALTON will ADDRESS the. ■"■*■ ELECTORS at FauhK Homestead, Green Island Bush, TO-NIGHT (MONDAY), 7tli insl., at 8 o'clock. MR. .L W. MUNRO, LABOR CANDIDATE for DUNEDIN CENTRAL. Will (weather (permitting) ADDRESS THE ELECTORS AT THE TRIANGLE-TO-MORROW (TUESDAY) AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock. DUNEDIN CENTRAL. R C. E. STATHAM WILT, ADDRESS TH!) ELECTORS as under: PRINCESS THEATRE, Hi-;h Miect.— THIS (MONDAY) EVENING. 7th insf., «t 8 oVI.-e!-. Drews Circle reserved for Ladies and their escorts. CONCORD—TUESDAY, Bth insl.. at- 7 p.m., in the Presbyterian Church. GREEN ISLAND.—TUESDAY, Bth insf . at. 8.15 p.m., in the Green Island Public Hall. MORNING TON.—WEDNESDAY. 9th h-.f-L. at 8 p.m.. in the Prr-byterian Sunday School Hall. CENTRAL ELECTORATE. AJ LABOR RALLY/, I MORNINGTON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH HALL. TO-MORROW (TUESDAY), at 8 p.m. j Speakers: 11. D. BEDFORD, Esq., Hon. J. T. PAUL, and tho Labor Candidate, .1. W. MUNRO. 'II J. T. JOHNSON WILL ADDRESS " THE ELECTORS as under: WASHER'S HALL, ROSLYN.—TUESDAY. December Rth, at. 8 p.m. 1%/fR JOHNSON would be pleased t 0 IvJ- MEET HIS SUPPORTERS at Main (ommitt-ee Rooms, Stuart street, on TUESDAY NIGHT, December Bth. Mr Johnson will be in attendance after Roslyn M-eetine. Mrs Jackson will preside over ladies. DUNEDIN SOUTH ELECTORATE. /TR T. H. DALTON WILL ADDRESS -*■ THE ELECTORS At PRESBYTERIAN HALL, MARION STREET. CAVERSHwaI, TUESDAY, Bth DECEMBER, iv 8 p.m.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 15669, 7 December 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 15669, 7 December 1914

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