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AMUSEMENTS. pLAZA PICTURES. 1 o’clock to 5.30; 6.30 to 10 p.m. ALL-STAR PROGRAMME, Headed by a Powerful Hcpworth PhotoPlnv, THE BRONZE IDOL. Magnificently Staged. Acted bv aa ALL-STAR OAST. TOLL OF THE DESERT, TOLL OF TUB DESERT, j Bv Urn Frontier Company, And BULLY BOY—WAR, SPECIAL. . JUT LEY P.OY—WAR SPECIAL. BULLY BOY—WAR SPECIAL. COMIC WAR CARTOONS. WAR NEWS! WAR NEWS! Direct from the Front. ECLAIR JOURNAL Topic^, j Boarding-house Scramble Comic 1 l,ooofi by the Famous S. and A. Co. SECRET NEST- A.B. Comedy-Drama PRICES: ADULTS. Cd: CHILDREN, sd. BEAUTY COMPETITION. At Both Evening Sessions the Ist and 2nd Competitor of Each Series will be Screened. Successful Competitors plcoso call at Plaza Office. jJIS MAJESTY’S THEATRE. Direction: George Stephenson and A. Linley. By Arrangement with Edward Jasper. ’COMMENCING I NEXT TUESDAY, 15th DECEMBER, At 7.45 p in. FOR FIVE NIGHTS ONLY. THE ROYAL PANTOMIME COMPANY, In the Funniest of all Pantomimes, ‘HUMPTY DUMPTY.’ ‘ lII'MPTY DUMPTVV Beautifully Staged. Regally Costumed. A WHIRLWIND OF FUN. Magnificent Stage Pictures, Including A GLORIOUS TRANSFORMATION, In Five Scenes, entitled • DREAMLAND.’ The Dresses, Scenery, Ballets, Specialties, Effects, Songs, Marches, etc., a Revelation. Gorgeous March of the Allies. " New Zealand Will be There.” MATINEE NEXT SATURDAY, at 2 p.m. CHILDREN, HALF-PRICE. POPULAR PRICES: 4s, 2s 6d. and Is. Enriy Doors to Bock Stalls and Pit, 6d extra. The Plan for the Season NOW OPEN at the DRESDEN. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. \ \T A N T E D, * ’ URGENTLY, A FEW HUNDRED SECOND-HAND PETTICOATS OR OTHER FEMININE GARMENTS. For the sturdy young (wo)men crowding our streets, cricket pitches, bowling greens, etc., ■every night in the week, and looking forward eagerly to'a right ‘‘good time” at Christmas, while the Old Country is calling for move men. and the “ Absent-minded Beggars,” both of Army and Navy, are doing rheir country’s work, and risking life and limb. NEW GARMENTS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED, .Vs those for whom they are required are not- worth the extra expense, | Offers must bo sent to j “NOT PLAYING THE GAME." ! ‘Star’ Office. SPORTING. ITRATH TAIER-I CALEDONIAN * SOCIETY, MIDDLE-MARCH. ANNUAL SPORTS, FRIDAY, JANUARY Ist, 1915. The Popular Gathering. EXCURSION FARES. Running, Cycling, Wrestling, Tug-of-w*ir, etc. Grind Ball in the Evening. Programmes, with full particulars, on application to ROBT. WALKER, Secretary. CRICKET. CHRIST’S COLLEGE v. OTAGO HIGH SCHOOL, AT CARISBROOK GROUND, MONDAY, 10 a m. .sharp. Luncheon adjournment 12.45 p.m. to 2.15 p.m. Admission, Oil; Beys, 3d; Ladies, free. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. EXPEDITIONARY FORCE, MEN WANTED for Reinforcements for the MAIN BODY and RELIEFS for SAMOA. Ages for Reinforcements, 20 to 40 years; age for Reliefs, 40 to 47 years. Volunteers may enrol at any of the follow, ing Defence Offices; —St. Andrew f street, Dunedin ; Invercargill, Riverton. Bluff, Winton, Balfour, Fortrosc, Makarcwa, Otautan, Oamaru, Ranfurly, Mosgiel, Knrow, Clyde, Palmerston South. Milton, Gore. Wymlham, j Balclntha, Owaka, Tapanni. D. A. HICKEY, Major, N.Z.S.C.. . General Stall’ Officer, NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS, OWAKA A. AND P. SHOW, WEDNESDAY, 16th DECEMBER. Holiday excursion tickets to OWAKA will bn issued at Stiriiii", Clinton, and Intermediate Stations, including stations on the Catlins River Branch. l,y Morning Trains on WEDNESDAY. 16th lieecmber. available for Return up to and including THURSDAY. 17th December. 1914. WEDNESDAY, 16th DECEMBER. Train will leave Owaka. at 6.30 p.m.. arriving Balclntha at. 7.40 p.m., connecting with trains to Stirling, and Clinton. Train will leave Owaka for Houipapa at j 5.5 p.m. Train will leave Balelullia for Stirling at 7.50 pm. By Order. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. MANIOTOTO A. AND P. SHOW. AT RANFURLY, THURSDAY, 17th DECEMBER. Holiday excursion tickets to RANFURLY vyill be issued from Clyde, Middleman'll, and Intermediate Stations on THURSDAY, 17th December, available for Return up to and including SATURDAY, 19th December, 1914. On THURSDAY, 17th December, a Goods Train (passenger car attached) will leave Oinalcau at 7.20 am.. Lander 7.45 a.m., Oturehua .5.45 a.m., Ranfurly arrive 10.0 a.m. Train will leave Ranfurly for Omakaii at 7.15 p.m. Goods Train (with passenger car attached) will leave Ranfurly for Middleman,:!! and Intermediate Stations af, 5.40 p.m. By Order. ARE YOU TAKING A HOLIDAY? . If so, don'; worry looking up time-tables, etc., but go to the Government ‘ tourist bureau, 140 Rattray street, Where you can get nil your Tickets for Rail, Steamer, Coach, or Motor, and so save time, worry ■ and "inconvenience. Tho Agent will advise von io places of interest; in fact, he will see you know everything worth.while when travelling. REMEMBER, there is No Booking Fee or Charge for information. Office open during Evenings from 14th to 31st December (Xmas Day and Boxing Day excepted). fi. J. COLLETT, Tourist Agent,

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5, Evening Star, Issue 15674, 12 December 1914

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