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AMUSEMENTS. QUEEN'S THEATRE. PERPETUAL PICTURE PALACE. Dally t Noon til! 10.30 p.m. (non-stop). To-night is your Lost Opportunity of witnessing our WEEK-END PROGRAMME, Headed by Lubin’s Soul-stirring Dramagraph, CODES OP HONOR. And a Magnificent Supporting Array. ONE PRICE TO ALL PARTS: ADULTS, SIXPENCE. CHILDREN, sd, QUEEN’S THEATRE. AMUSEMENTS. TUB RING’S THEATRE. FULLERS’ CONTINUOUS PICTURES. • TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! MONDAY NEXT! MONDAY NEXT! THE Star of Keystone Stax*. A Farce-Comedy written Farcically by Farce Comedian* to create a Chorus of Hearty Laughs. You Really Must Not Miss THE PROPERTY MAN The Cleverest Theatrical Skit Ever Screened. See tho Inimitable CHARLES CHAPLIN at his Best. WEAR LOOSE CLOTHING, But see your buttons are sewn on tightly. WHAT IS A PROPERTY MAN S’ Visit the Queen’s ou Monday next, and tho question is answered. This Picture created the Wildest Enthusiasm when recently shown in Wellington, and is quoted by both Prcsa and Public as the KING OF KEYSTONE COMEDIES. WAR—GRIM WAR. RETREAT FROM ANTWERP, With all its terrible privations. PATHE WAR GAZETTE The Latest News from tho Front. ' IN ADDITION OUR COMPLETE PROGRAMME. TRAGEDY—PATHOS—HU MOR JOHANNA THE BARBARIAN. JOHANNA THE BARBARIAN. A Wonderful Life Photo-Play. Just Come Alohk and See ■ THE SKY PIRATE. THE FUNNIEST KEYSTONE YET. YOU MUST LAUGH. The Special War Pictures will be screenod at 6.30 and 8.30. ADULTS. 6d. CHILDREN, 3d. Dunedin horticultural SOCIETY’S SUMMER SHOW. EARLY SETTLERS’ HALL, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15. Cut Flowers and Pot Plants on Sale in tho Hall, entire proceeds of which, in addition to profits from the Exhibition, go to the Belgian Relief Fund. Exhibitors are notified that the Society’s Vases are not yet to hand. Entries Close Secretary’s Office, 1 Dowling street, at NOON on MONDAY. ’Phone 179. R. HANNING, Sea. ONE PRICE TO ALL PARTS: ADULTS, SIXPENCE; CHILDREN, 3d. NORTH SPIT AND MAORI KAIK. fTHHE KAIKORAI BAND gt S. “ MAHENO " (circumstance* permittier the following Front the BOTANICAL ting) leaves Dunedin fnio SUNDAYS 1 10 a.m., returning 4 p.m. gramme GARDENS on SUNDAY, the 13th day of December, commencing nt 3 p.m.; PROGRAMME. March— ‘Rule, Britannia.’ (in honor of the great Naval Victory). Overture —‘ Light Cavalry.’ . Cornet Solo—‘ The Rosary ’ (by Bandsman C. Eades). Concert Waltz—‘Breezes from the South.’ Hymn— 1 Nearer, My God, to Thee.’ Overture —‘The Diamond Cross.’ Hymn—‘Samian.’ March—‘ Sons of the Bravo.’ National Anthems of tho Allies. GOD SAVE THE ICING. G. B. LAIDLAW, Conductor. P. BARTON, Secretary. FARE i Is (One Shilling) Return. DUNEDIN FERRY COMPANY, LIMITED. THE DRESDEN PIANO CO., LTD. To properly interpret the works of the inspired Composers, the first essential is A GOOD TIANO. Said to be “ Equal ' to any of Sousa’s!" JUST OUT! JUST OUT! SPIRIT OF NAPOLEON.’ A BRITISH WAR-MARCH 1 By ADRIAN HOPE (The Popular Waltz Composer). This Brilliant March by a Composer whose works are much admired has reached New Zealand at an opportune time. There is a call for BRITISH MARTIAL MUSIC that will voice the Spirit of the Hour. This March will help to. meet, tho need! The ’Spirit, of Napoleon’ March is Brilliant, Effective; tho Time well marked, and the Rhythmic Movement full of verve and strength. It is not in tho least difficult, and will prove a widely-appreciated March, PRICE, 2s; Posted, 2s Id. CHAS. BKGG AND CO.. LTD., Headquarters for Music, Princes street. Public attention is now directed to the latest and most popular, make of British Pianos— THE EROADTTOOI). It is confidently claimed for this Piano (hat it is unequalled by any other instrument of its size for either the refined character of its tone or for the equality and excellence of its touch. Call in at. the Dresden and ask our assistants to demonstrate the new ‘‘BROADWOOD" for you. You will enjoy it. rpHE DRESDEN PIANO CO., Princes street, Dunedin. LTD., GRAND PATRIOTIC ROSE AND CARDEN FETE AND MONSTER ART UNION. FIRST PRIZE. GOLD NUGGET. VALUED £ls. SECOND PRIZE, GOLD NUGGET, VALUED £lO. BOTANIC GARDENS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16. 1911 AFTERNOON AND EVENING, BANDS! BANDS! BANDS! Physical Drill and Cnliutbcnic Entertainments by DUNEDIN ORPHANS’ CLUB AND MORNING TON PIERROT PARTY. KIN DMA TOO R A Pll ENTERTAINMENTS. Mavpole Dancing, Step Dancing, Highland Fling, Etc. CHILDREN’S COMPETITIONS. Prizes, £1 Is and 10s 6d. No en( ranee fee. Fancy Dress, Boys (15 and under). Decorated Bicycle. Fancy Dress, Girls (15 and under). Decorated Tricycle. Decorated Go-cart or Other Olif.d’s Vehicle. Best Guy Fawkes. Special Class (special prize. 10s 6<l) for most, effective exhibit in the above or in any special competition where children fake pari. Entries will bo received at Secretary'* Office up til! 5 p m. cn TUESDAY, or at Gardens up till 1.30 p.m. ou WEDNESDAY. 161 hj iml. Proceeds to Provide Employment for these out of work owing to (lie war. The money will be expended in improving the City Reserves. SECURE YOUR TICKETS EARLY, AND HAVE A CHANCE IN THE MONSTER ART UNION. TICKETS ONE .SHILLING EACH. Empire Buildings. Princes street. E. S. WILSON, Secretary. GARRISON HALL, TUESDAY, DECEMBER J5. ‘THE MESSIAH’ By the DUNEDIN CHORAL SOCIETY, In Aid of Red Cross Society, Belgian Relief, and Local Dinress Funds. Soloist*: Miss M. Mitchell. Mrs H. E. Browning (first appearance in N.Z.), Mr E. Drake, and Mr H. E. Browning. CHORUS. 120.. ORCHESTRA, 30. Leader of Orchestra ... ... Mr J. WALLACE. Trumpet Obbligab. Mr OLEY JUDD. Conductor SIDNEY WOLE. Doors Open nt 7 p.m., aml the Performance will commence at 7.45 |.uncluallr, PRICES OF ADMISSION; 2* and Is. Tickets at Dresden, Begg’s, Bible Depot, or any Member of Society. A. F. GRAHAM, Secretary. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. DON'T USE a certain kind of anything just, because your Grandmother did It' before you. IMPROVEMENT IS THE ORDER OF THE AGE. LANES’ LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. NO SHORTAGE OP DRUGS. TTfTILKINSON AND SON, Chemist*, have ▼ V in Stock PULL SUPPLIES OF ALL DRUGS. Chemicals, Patents, etc. Regular importation* coming to hand. Doctors’'Prescriptions Dispensed at. USUAL PRICES. Purity and Accuracy Guaranteed. 91 PRINCES STREET and 297 GEORGE STREET. DUNEDIN. CHALMERS ELECTION. CARBONATED WATERS ARE RIGHT UP TO DATE. MANUFACTURED FROM OUR BLUE MR \V. 1). MASON desires In MEET ibft MEMBERS of Ids various COMMITTEES in Ihe Liberal League Office, Empire Buildings, Princes ‘tern, TO-NIGHT 'Saturday), at 8 o'clock. ROCK SPRING. Telephone. 47. THE NEW AMERICAN SODA FOUNTAIN is Now Open at THE SAVOY. riVHR SODA FOUNTAIN is one of Cue JL< Most Popular Institutions in the Unileu Slates and the big cities of Australia. 1G Delicious Drinks'take the piaco of Afternoon. Tea during the Summer, being O-d, Refreshing. Novel, and Most Enjoyable, fee Cream Sodas, wiih Pure Fruit Flavors /with or without Straws). Exquisite Beverages comprising 12 varieties, 6d per glass, setrod with Biscuits. THE SAVOY, “Restaurant dc Luxe,’’ Moray place (corner Princes si reef). TO MANUFACTURERS AND OTHERS. npHE Proprietors of LETTERS PATENT X mentioned below am desirous of entering into arrangements, by way of Licences or otherwise, ou reasonable terms, for the purnose of exploiting the below-mentioned PATENTS, arid ensuring their pindic-al working in New Zealand. All inquiries I be addressed to HENRY HUGHES, LTD.. Patent Agents, 157 Fcatherston street, Wellington ; No. 30,431, of 17tli December, 1910, for " Process and Apparatus for Converting Fats and Fatty Acids into Like Bodies of Higher Melting Point by the Contact Method.’’ No. 30,432, of 30th January, 1911, for “ Process and Apparatus of Refining Hydrogenised ' Fats for Producing Eatable Fats.” PIANO REPAIRING at REDUCED RATF.3 to enable u» to keep hands going. F. HOWELL AND 00.. Octagon and Bath street. FOR SALE, YOUNG ORCHARD in full bearing; 36 acre*; well watered at no cost; Dwelling, 7 rooms, general store (including stock), packing ehed, stables, huts, and general outbuildings; live stock; complete plant. All in good order. Income 1913, say £750. Price, £2,250. Oirds< to view from Sole Agent#, BRAY BROS., 24 Water street. (N ET Quotations from ‘ Evening Star’ X Office for large or small quantities of Printing before.placing your Orders. NEW .STYLES IN LADIES' BAGS. W5 HAVE JUST OPENED UP a ve firm selection of Ladies’ Baps ir< the be si English houses. We have the f lowing modern Gyles:—Moire. Mirn Kodak. &iberta«h, Burlington, and Trapes in hard-grained Moroccos, Neal, Suedes, a Puma Calf. Every bag guaranteed. Put moderate. Inspection cordially iuvlicd. J. WILKIE AND CO,, princes sti,-e{. IN THE ASSIGNED ESTATE OP BROOK BROS., ROSLYN. intOß SALE, us a going concern, the t established BUSINESS of the al>oi For full particulars apply In the, TRI TEES, earo of either R. WILSON AND C LTD, or MACKERRAS AND HAZT-P! LTD. IN THE ASSIGNED ESTATE OF BROOK 8R05.,, ROSLYN. CLAIMS against the above Estate '*■ must be rendered to the Trustees, Box 284, mi or before 31st December, 1914. Dunedin. 12(h December, 1914. NO FOREIGN CAPITAL, - NO FOREIGN SUBSTANCE, frDIPLY OTAGO’S BEST. • In TARATU COAL You geb tha BEST POSSIBLE VALUE. Only 21s 6d per ton for cash, delivered within the City Boundary. GET IT FROM! YOUR COAL MERCHANT. * .Satisfaction goes with it. PAPER for Wrapping-up For Sale. Ap] ‘Star’ Office, ffind street, » ;

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