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AMUSEMENTS. Tho Moss Popular Theatre in the Dominion. QUEEN'S THEATRE. PERPETUAL PICTURE PALACE. Daily: 11.30 till 5.30; 6.30 -till 10.30. OUR NEW PROGRAMME VOTED "ONE OF THE BEST." A Photo-Drama of Beautiful Motive: THE SHATTERED TREE. THE SHATTERED TREE. THE- SHATTERED TREfE. THE; SHATTERED TREE. THE SHATTERED TREE. THE SHATTERED TREE. Dramatic Story of a Great Robbery, interwoven with the Glorious Passion, A LOVE BEYOND COMPARE. WAR SPECIAL! WAR SPECIAL! RETREAT FROM ANTWERP The Faiais des Fetes at Ghent, which harbois 10,000 Refugees.—A Destitute Family's New Home.—French Marines in the Casino Gardens.—Tho Belgian Troops Retiring into Ghent.—The Wounded in Hospital.—Th© Arrival of British Reinforcement?. —Tommy Tunis Tailor. Supporting Subjects: SACRED CITY OF BENARES. Colored Pa the Scenic. The Alan with the Glove Drama. Pickles, Art, and Sauerkraut Vifcagranb Comedy. TOPICAL BUDGET, No." 162. ONE PRTCE TO ALL PARTS: ADULTS. SIXPENCE. CHILDREN, 3d. JgIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. Direction: George Stephenson and A. Linley. By Arrangement with Edward Jasper. COMMENCING NEXT TUESDAY, 15th DECEMBER. For Five Nights Onlv and One Matinee. THE ROYAL PANTOMIME COMPANY, In the Funniest of all Pantomime*, HUMPTY DUMPTY.' 'HUMPTY DUMPTY.' Beautifully Staged. Regally Costumed. A WHIRLWIND OF FUN. Magnificent Stage Pictures, Including A GLORIOUS TRANSFORMATION, In Five Scenes, entitled 'DREAMLxIND.' 85 People Concerned in 85 85 This Production. 85 The Dresses, Scenery, Billets, Specialties. Effects, Songe, Marches, etc., a Revelation. Gorgeous March of the Allies. " Now Zealand Will he There." POPULAR PRICES: 4s, 2s 6d, and I*. Eai'.y Doors to Back Stalls and Pit, 6d extra. The Plan for the Season OPENS at the DRESDEN on FRIDAY MORNING ai. 9 o'clock. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. L/|"R C. C. ARMSTRONG has taken over * A THE '■• REMBRANDT STUDIO," Corner of George and Hanover streets, And will be Open to Receive Sitters on and after WEDNESDAY, the 9th DECEMBER, REQUIREMENTS being Shown in All Departments. MILLINERY. MILLINERY. MILLINERY. Choice Doign*. * D U T HIE S', GEORGE STREET. CONCRETE MIXERS.—Tho famous Lowdown Concrete Mixer mixes concrete from gravel heap to barrows at a total coat (including shovelling gravel) of Sixpence per yard. The Mixer is complete with Measurer ('passed, by nil leading architects and engineers), Automatic Water Spray (with hose connection). 9ft Mixing Trough (which gives a mixing that satisfies the most exacting, capacity one to ten yards per hour), 4 h.p. Benzine Engine (with Bosch magneto onl extra puEey for driving circular saw or lift). Tito complete machino is mounted on a strong full-lock travelling carriage. Lowdown Mixers arc now being used under the most eminent architects and engineers in the Dominion. Price (anv port), £l6O. Terms arranged. Catalogues from HOPWOOD HARDWARE, LTD., Palmprston North. I'STTIITE Paper for Wruppmg-up For Sale. V» , Apply 'Star' Office, Bond street. LET large Shop and Two Rooms, all in first-class order; new fittings; corner Anderson'* Bay and Melbourne roads. Apply 131 Anderson's Bay road. rflTO LET, "THE MANSIONS," Stafford ttreef. the well-known high-class boardiug-hoiwe; 20 rooms. Particulars JAMES ANNAND, 47 Stuart street. -ROOMED Brick House To Lot; every convenience. Apply 554- Castle street. TO LET. Six-roomed Houso, Upper Walker streol; newly renovated. Apply 74 Manor place. \0 LET. comfortable 5-roomed House; cheap rent; conveniences; good locality. Apply Hcwton, Patrick street, Mornington. HPO LET, 5-roomed House, 406 Cumberland JL street. Apply Aburn and Sons, 419 Cumberland street.. TO LET (Helona strost). good 4-roomcd Houso; gas, conveniences. Apply 2 Josephine ttreet, Cavorsham. FURNISHED 4-roomed House To Let, Macandrew's Bay; handy t.o wharf. Address '' 'Star' Office. TO LET. Four-rocmed House (copper, tubs). 14 Clyde avenue; rent lis. Apply 67 Grange slreel. riTO LET, cheery, clean, and cheap FiveX roomed House; bath, gas, etc. Carroll, 153 Walker street. 4 -ROOM Brick Houso, stables, 55 Maclaggau; 2 Furnished Rooms, 3-room Collage, 153 Castle 'Phone 420. rgio lei, J-roomca xiouso aucl 2-rooineu; copper, tuV>s, low rent. 33 Athol place. TO LET. 4-roomed Cottage, 415 Cumberland Ftrcet (nc:ir Hanover street); bath, tubs, etc. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. rACSCSON'S Private Hotel, Bowling street, *j Dianer 12 till 2; Tea, sto 7; Socials and Parties catered for; committee room. First-class Accommodation Visitors. GLADSTONE HOUSE, Moray placo ('phone 2,180). —Best Accommodation visitors; personal supervision. Moss Rnd M'Pherson. ONE or Two Furnished Rooms Wanted bv Gentleman baching; must be central. Address "Martin," P.O. Box 338. 100 D Home offered Elderly Man Boarder OT (every convenience; share room) near Cargil'i's Corner. •' Respectable,'' ' Star' Office. EDUCATIONAL. OTAGO BOYS' AND GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOLS. THE ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION of . PRIZES to the Girls' School will i.ikp place in tho School Hall, Dowling street, on WEDNESDAY, the 9th instant, at 7.30 p.m Mr G. C. Israel will present the prizes and address iho girls. Tbe Distribution to the Boys' School will take place in the School Hall, Arthur Btrect, on FRIDAY, the 11th instant, at 3 p.m. The Rev. It. S. Gray will present the prizes and address the boys. Friends of tha Schools are cordially invited to attend. P. J. NESS, Secretary Board of, 4

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4, Evening Star, Issue 15670, 8 December 1914

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