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' AMUSEMENTS. ' JJAYWAEDS' PICTURES. AGAIN TO-NIGHT, at 8. THE RETREAT FROM ANTWERP. Also, Our Huge Success, THE SHEPHERD OF THE SOUTHERN CROSS. Featuring Miss VERA PEARCE and an Al!-Australnm Cast. A Play of Life in tho "NEVER NEVER" LAND. The First Scenes of tlio piece are laid in London, the later part in Australia. The Australian scenes are perfect. Tho photo graphy is just as good as the best European ( und American Pictures. J The Supporting- Pictures are all up to the ' High Standard set by this Theatre. j 6d and Is. Res., Dresden, Is 6d. I j GRAND PATRIOTIC j I E.OSE AND GARDEN PETE AND MONSTER ART UNION. I First Prize, Gold Nugget valued £ls. i Second Prize, Gold Nugget valued £lO. j BOTANIC GARDENS. j WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16th, 1914, j Afternoon and Evening. BANDS. BANDS. | Physical Drill and Cnlislhcnic Displays, j Entertainments by the I Duucdin Orphans' Club, Mornington Pierrots'. I Kinematograiph Entertainments. | ! Dancing, Dancing, Etc., Etc. | CHILDREN'S COMPETITIONS, j Prizes, £1 Is and 10s 6d. No entrance fee. ; Fancy Dress, boys 15 and under. ■ Fancy Dress, girl* 15 and under. Decorated Go-cart or other Child's Vehicle. Decorated Child's Tricycle. Decorated Bicycle. Best Guy Fawkes. Special Class (special prize, 10a 6d) for mo3fc effective Exhibit in the above or in any Special Competition where chilEntries will be received at Secretary's Office up till 5 p.m. on TUESDAY, or at Gardens up till 1.30 p.m. on WEDNESDAY, 16th Proceeds to Provide Employment for those out of work owing to the war. The money will be expended in improving the City ReSecure your Tickets Early, and have a Chance in tho Monster Art Union. TICKETS - ONE SHILLING/ EACH. E. S. WILSON, Secretary. Empire Buildings, Princes street. EDUCATIONAL. 3RESBYTERIAN COLLEGE FOR I YOUNG LADIES, ! AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND. [ LADY PRINCIPAL. Salary to commence, £350 per annum, with • Board and Residence. Applications are invited for the abovenamed Position from Graduates in Arts or Science of a British or Colonial University. Candidates' must havo had not less than 5 years' experience in teaching and not less i than 3 years' teaching in a secondary school for young ladies, must not exceed 40 years j of age, and must be members in full communion with the Presbyterian Church. I The successful applicant will bo required I to produce a medical certificate of health, | and will be expected to begin duty on . FEBRUARY Ist, 1915, or as soon thereafter as possible. Applications, with accompanying te-sti- | monials, will be received up to DECEMBER j 31st, 1914, by 1 JAMES ROBERTSON, 22 Union Buildings, | Customs street, Auckland. N.Z. j BRAEMAR HOUSE. | -&REAKING-UP CEREMONY, 1914. j > BURNS HALL, TUESDAY, 15th De- j mbcr, 2.30 p.m. Misses Miller cordially j invito the Parents and Friends of Pupils, j Amongst other itcmc will bo included the | Performance of Tennyson's ' Princcts' by j the. Students of the Elocution Class, under the direct,en of the instructor (Mr Do Spong). MEETINCS. '■"HHE BRETHREN L INSTALLATION CEREMONY of Lodge Ouigo Kilwinning, 417, S.C., will tako place in tho Masonic Hall, Moray place, on FRIDAY, 11th Drcvniber, at 7.30 p.m. Brethren of Siller Lodges are cordially invited to attend. J. W. REARDON, j Secretary. i COURT EXCELSIOR, A.0.F., MORNINGTON. EMBERS are hereby notified thai owing . to tho Council Chambers being used on Thursday, 10:h December, as a Polling Booth, the Summoned Meeting of their Court will bo hold on FRIDAY, tho 11th December. j \m. palmer, • Secretary. HOLIDAY RESORTS r UGGETS, Mwlyncus.— Mirs Campbell's, .■» Seaside Accommodation; trap meets isscngers at Romahapi on application. | Telephone Tokata. ! TENDERS. ' HTIENDERS for the SALE FOR, REMOVAL ! X et THREE EMPTY HOUSES in Cum- | bcrland street will be received at niy Office j up to 3 p.m. on FRIDAY, the 18th day of • Dicembcr, 1914. j P::rticulara m;i.y be obtained at the Public Trust Cilice, No. 1 Crawford.street. CIIAS. ZAOHAIUAU, Local Deputy Public Trustee, Dunodiu. DRAINAGE WORK. LENDERS (Closing at noon on SATTJRr A D.iY. 12.h insl.) are invned for tho i DRAINAGE und PLUMBING WORK of a ' Property situat.o Grove street, St. Clair. j Finn and specifications can be seen at our j ; CJuoe. i JOHN REID AND SONS.. LTD. I TO LET. mO LET, "THE MANSIONS," Stafford -*- street, tho well-known high-class j boarding-house; 20 rooms. Particulars JAMES ANNAND, 47 Stuart street. I HPO LET. Six-roomed House, Upper Walker j street; newly renovated. Apply 74; I Manor place. I mO JJiT, 5-roomed House, 406 Cumberland | A street. Apply Aburu and Sons, 419 | Cumberland street. I TO LET, Part of Office, with large cellar; I A splendid central position. " Office," ! Box 291. 1 ripu iiLT, cliocry, clean, and cheap FiveI A roomed House; bath, gas, etc. Carroll, i 153 Walker street. : 4-ROOM Bnck House, stables, 55 Maclag*:t gau; 2 FurnNhed Rooms, 3-room Cottage, 153 Castle 'Phone 420. T" O~LET7 _ 4-r.Do7ned Cottage, 415 Cumberland street (near Hanover street); bath, : tubs, etc. TO LET, 4 and o'-roomed Houses; h7~and e. water; drained; 10s and 15s. 74 Dt'.ndas street. \6 LET, ' Rooms; scuiloryj tubs, A drained; clieap rent. Apply F. Tanner, 92 Forth street. "1/TODERN 6 Rooms, sTnirjutcT^rO.: no fX stairs; all conveniences. Apply Beck Bros., Upper Walker street. TO LET, 3-roomed Furnished Cottage, Maoandrsw-'s Bay. Address "Macs," 'Star' Ofiiee. ' TO LET, at Evansdale, for Christmas, 4 largo Furnished Rooms, with kitchen. Apply " The Nook," Evaiudale. TO LET, comfortable 5-roomed House, also a 6-roomed House; hj. and c. and every convenience. Apply 534 Castle street. : rr\o LET, Three-roomed House (every conX Viunince), Grosvenor street. Apply 16. TO LET, 4-roomed Furnished - Queenstown, 3 minutes from wharf. Address "Holiday," 'Star' Office. TO LET, 1-roomed House; modern convenuicei. Apply No. 4 Eskvale street, \ Musselburgh. *

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 15671, 9 December 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6 Issue 15671, 9 December 1914

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