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AMUSEMENTS. 1 ELECTORS PLEASE NOTE: THE ING'S JHEATEE. FULLERS' CONTINUOUS PICTURES. GOING ALL DAY. Electors will have sufficient time to nee Full Programme before the result of the Elections will bo ready for announcement, or they can sit in the Theatre and enjoy the programme, during which the results will be announced. WAR—GRIM WAR. RETREAT FROM. ANTWERP, With all its terrible privations. PATHE WAR GAZETTE The Latest News from the Front, I IN ADDTTKIN ' OUR COMPLETE PROGRAMME. I TRAGEDY—PATHOS—HUMOR.. 1 JOHANNA THE BARBARIAN. JOHANNA THE BARBARIAN. A Wonderful Life Photo-Play. Ju«t Come A Ion? and Sec THE SKY PIRATE. THE SKY PIRATE. THE FUNNIEST KEYSTONE YET. YOU MUST LAUGH. ADULTS, 6d. CHILDREN, 3d. BURNS HALL, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11th, 1914, At 8 p.m. roCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL CON- * CERT, under Patronage of His Worship tho Mayor and Councillors. Proceeds in Aid of Two Members of the Dunedin Tramway Staff who havo been laid aside through illness for somo months. Tho following Leading Artists will contribute iloms:—Misses L. M'Laren, F. Paoey, M. Esquilant, E. Churchill, N. Drake, May Brcwn, Din! J. Clarkson, Messrs A. Rawlinson, O. Judd. E. Drake, F. Drake, C. H. Russell, Gcimnell, W. H. M'Konzic, S. Brown, and J. B. M'Counoll. W. PENNYCUICK, Hon. Sea BOARD AND RESIDENCE. AOKSON*S Private Hotel, Dowling street. 9 Dianer 12 till 2: Tea, sto 7; Social* First-class Accommodation Visitore. GLADSTONE HOUSE, Moray placo - ('phone 2,130). —Best Accommodation visitors; personal supervision. Moss and M'Phcrson. TTTACANCY for Lady Boarder (sunny bill- ' v cony rocin), High Etreet. " Comfort," MONEY TO LEND. \TE have several SUMS of £SOO to £1,500 54 per cent. STEVWRIOHT, JAMES. AND NICHOL, Solicitors. OTAGO BOYS' HIGH SCHOOL. IE ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES to tho nbovo School will lake place in the School Hall on FRIDAY, tho 11th instant, at, 3 p.ra. Tiic Rev. R. S. Gray will present the Prizes and Address the Boys. Friends of the School,arc cordially invited to attend. P. J. NESS, Secretary Board of Governors. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. URGENTLY, A FEW HUNDRED SECOND-HAND PETTSCOATS OR OTHER FEMININE GARMENTS. For the sturdy young (wo)mon crowding our streets, crickc", pitches, bowling greens, etc., every iiia'nt in the week, and looking forward eagerly to a right " good time" at Cliristmaf, while l!io Old Country is calling for more men. and the •' Absent-minded Beg. gars," both nf Army and Navy, are doing their country's work, and risking life and limb. NEW GARMENTS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED, not worth the extra expense Offers must be sent to " NOT PLAYING THE GAME." T. JOHN AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION. RED CROSS FUND. 4,000 Men, 100 Won.eii at the Front. STRECT COLLECTION, THIS (THURSDAY) EVENING. Every Penny Goes to Help (be Wounded. J. E. BONE, Secretary Centre. BIG BARGAINS IN CHILDREN'S AND MAIDS' MILLINERY. WE OFFER YOU THE FOLLOWING AS A REAL SNIP:— Dainlv Crinoline Trimmed Huts, 7s 6d, 3s 6d, 9s 6d. Smart, lino of Trimmed Straws, 2s Id, 5s lid, 4s lid. SEE OUR WINDOWS. NOTE OUR VALUES. UNI QU E S TORE S, "THE REAL BARGAIN HOUSE," STUART STREET. JUST OPENED, I TEW NAVY VEILINGS, also PRETTY ! _N WHITE VEILINGS. I Very fashionable just now. j We have a largo stock of Latest, in BLACK VEILINGS A. AND E. WATKINS, Princes street. THE LATEST FROM" BRITAIN. »RITISH REGIMENTAL COLORS IN » TIES : Engineers, Welsh, Dragoons, Inniskillings, Fusiliers, London Scottish, Marines, Yorkshire, Gordons, Guard*, Rifle Brigade, and Medical Corps. GEO. HAY, Late Wallace's, 50-52 PRINCES STREET. IN order to have tho 'Star' out in good time, it is found impossible to classify Advertisements that come in after noon. After this hour they cannot bo classified. Wo would therefore request Advertisers to kincly bear this in, mind, and send in their , Orders Earljr,

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15672, 10 December 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 15672, 10 December 1914

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