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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 15675, 14 December 1914
AMUSEMENTS. TTING EDWARD THEATRE, -*-*- SOUTH DITNEDTX. TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT I ATTRACTION EXTRAORDINARY. A WORLD-WIDE SUCCESS. The Emotional and- Heart-throbbing Multiple Photo-Drama, THE WRATH OP THE GODS. TITO WRATH ©F THB GODS. THE WRATH OF THE GODS. THE WRATH OP TflE GODS. THE WRATH OP THE GODS. THE WRATH OP THE GODS. A Tale of Old .Tap;ji. Wonderful Scenes. Superb Photography. "Realistic Acting by a Cast of. Conspicuous i Completeness. REAL LAVA. REAL FLAMES. REAL SMOKE. Showing the Villapo and Country Shaken by a Tremendous Earthquake. A VOLCANO IN ACTION. A VOLCANO IN ACTION. A Great Supporting Array, including Lubin's Laugh-loosening Comedy Success, A SIX-FOOT ROMANCE. A SIX-FOOT ROMANCE. The World brought before vou bv THE GAUMONT GRAPHIC, "Etc., 'Etc. Pomilav -Pries of Admission: ADULTS. SIXPENCE; CHILDREN, 3d. To All Parts of tho Most Artistic and Cosy Picture Theatre in the Dominion. AMUSEMENTS. MORE WAR SPECIALS. THB ■IN G' S __T HEATRE. FULLERS* CONTINUOUS PICTURES. 6.3O—EVERY EVENING.—6.3O A Glorious Photo-Play by the Famous Nordisk Company—one of their best. A WOMAN'S WAY A Story of - Conflicting Emotions. ' Powerfully, Graphically, and Faithfully Portrayed. BUSTE'I AND HIS GOAT. LIFE IN SENEGAL. LUCKY RUBE. The Heart-gripping Denver Drama, ATUDB WITH SIE. ABIDE WITH ME. ABIDE WITH ME. The Wonderful Influence worked on a Gambler and a. Drunkard by that most, moving of old Hymns, • Abide With Me,' which will be sung by A BOY CHORISTER. PATHK- WAR GAZETTE PATHE WAR. GAZETTE. A Splendid Budget of War News. THE BATTUS OP LEBBEKE. THE BATTLE OP LEBBEKE. Tho Germans Attempt to Cross tho Scheldt. —Belgian Artillery Coming Into Action—Artillery Galloping" 10 Fresh Position—After the Battle—Loading Ambulance Vans— Marcbi'irr Off German Prisoners. A COLOSSAL PROGRAMME. The Special War Pictures will bo screened at 6.30 and 8.20 p.m. ADULTS, 6d. CHILDREN, 3d. GRAND PATRIOTIC ROSE AND CARDEN FETE AND MONSTER ART UNION. FIRST PRTZE, GOLD NUGGET, VALUED £ls. SECOND PRIZE, GOLD NUGGET. VALUED £lO. BOTANIC GARDENS, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 16, 1914. AFTERNOON AND EVENING. BANDS! BANDS! BANDS! Physical Drill and Calislheiiic- Displays. Indian Club Swinging, Dumb-bell Exercise?. Entertainments by DUXEDIN ORPHANS - CLUB AND MORNINGTON PIERROT PARTY. KINEMATOGttAPH ENTERTAINMENTS. Maypole Dancing, Step Dancing, Highland Fling, Etc. CHILDREN'S COMPETITIONS. FULL PARTICULARS FROM SECRETARY. Proceeds to Provide Employment for these out of work owing to the war. TT money will bo expended in improving the City Reserves. SECURE YOUR TICKETS EARLY, AND HAVE A CHANCE IN THB MONSTER ART UNION. TICKETS ONE SHILLING EACH. Empire Buildings, Princes street. E. S. WILSON, Secretary-. PIANO REPAIRING at REDUCED RATES to enable us to keep hands o jing. F. HOWELL AND CO., Octagon and Bath street. POR HOLIDAYS! White Skirts, Colored Check Coats, 255; worth 455. Cream Lustra and Sergo Costumes, 355; worth 655. White Pique Blouses, 3s lid. White Voile, Trimmed Lace, 3s lid. White Muslin Riousos, Trimmed Embroidcrv, 2s lid. ALL THESE BLOUSES ARE AMAZING VALUE, AND WORTH AT LEAST DOX'HI.K PRICE ASKED. SEE WINDOW. KILROV AND SUTHERLAND, 192-200 Princes street. NO SHORTAGE OF DRUGS. TILKINSON AND SON, Chemists, have ' in Stock FULL SUPPLIES OF ALL DRUGS. Chemicsils, Patents, etc. Regular importations coming to hand. Doctors' Prescriptions Dispensed at USUAL PRICES. Purity and Accuracy Guaranteed. 91 PRINCES STREET and 297 GEORGE STREET, DUNEDIN. IN THE ASSIGNED ESTATE OF BROOK BROS., ROSLYN. ~J7H)R SALE, as a going concern, the oldestablished BUSINESS of the above. For full particulars apply 10 the TRUSTEES, care, of either It. WTLSON AND CO., LTD., or MACKERRAS AND HAZLETT, LTD. IN THE ASSIGNED ESTATE OF ELECTION NOTICES. A LI, ACCOUNTS duo by Mr W. DOWNIE STEWART in respect to his Election Campaign must bo rendered to J. W. JOHNSON, 47 York place. Not. later than THURSDAY, 17th inst. LOST AND FOUND. LOST (last Wednesday), Black Feather Boa. Kindly return Thomson and Co., Moray place (opposite first Church). LL CLAIMS ag.iiust the above Estate ' ' ' ' ninst be rendered to the Trustees, Box Volt 281, ou or before 31~t. December, 1914. Dunedin, 12th December, 1914. REQUIREMENTS Arc being Shown in All Departments. MILLINERY MILLINERY. MILLINERY. Choico Designs. JLi uiiigton and King's Theatre, Gold Brooch; scroll, diamond, and sapphire*. Reward returning Conn, chemist. OST, Gold-run Spectacles George streelD.I.C., Friday; rcwaid. Hunter, Burns street, Port Chalmers. 1 whito on chest. Anyone giving mior:ion of his whereabouts will bo rewarded at 397 Maitkiml street; telephone 3,206. T OST (Sunday), between Roslyn Baptist -M-J Church and DunoUar, Ruby Pearl Pendant. Reward returning Annii, grocer, Bishopseourt. I OST, Gold Buckle Bangle, Thursduy Jt-J night: reward. No. 47 Main South 1710UND, Genfs Bike, on Friday, north end. Particulars from 102 Freder'ck GOVERNMENT NOTICES. expeditionary: force. EN 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 following Defence Ollie.es:—St. Andrew street-, Dunedin; Invercargill, Riverton, Bluff, Winton, Balfour, Fortrosc, Makarewa, Ofautau, Oamaru, Ranfurly, Mosgiel, Kurow, Clyde, Palmers!on South, Milton, Gore, Wymibam, I'alelutha, (Jwaka, Tapanui. 1). A. HICKEY, Major, N.Z.S.C., (General Staff Officer. VALIDATION OF LAN!) COMMISSION. A SITTING of the above Commission will J\. )>", held in tlus Council Chambers. Dunedin, at 10 a.m. 011 THURSDAY, 17th DeDU Til IE 8, 'rEORGE STREET. .dill, at. 10 ; comber, 1914 The Comn hi will be. prepared to hear hit in - ' to the valuation of T. F. MARTIN. Chairman. MERCHANT! SPORTING. WE, the. Undersigned, will CLOSE OUR PREMTSES from 25th DECEMBER to 4ih JANUARY, 1915:--I). AULI). THOS. CHAMPION. WM. MUIRIIEAI). JAMES MITCHELL. STEPHENS AND BAIN. W. COCK El! ILL. HENDERSON BROS J. AND A. GOLDSBERY. J. KING AND SONS. T. TURNER. XMAS PRESENTS. OUR BIG AND EXTENSIVE STOCK offers lo Ladies 11 splendid choice, whether they are in (pies! of Gifts or Articles of Personal Wear. GLOVES. UMBRELLAS, HANDBAGS. NECKWEAR, FANCY HANDKERCHIEFS, Etc., Etc. Why not get all your Presents NOW, before the Xinas rush commences-' Lev us help you. THE UNIQUE STORES,' Stuart street. THE "VEEDEE- VIBRATOR. JOCKEY/ CLUB. 26:h and 23th JCATIONS. in writing, for EM.OYMENT will be. received until ; THURSDAY, 17th December. 11. L. JAMES, Secretary. TO LET. TO LET, comfortable 5-roomcd House, ah... .1 G-rooined llouw.; hj. and c. and —-rv convenience. Apply 554 Castle street. 7 atO LET. Part Furnished Hou-'e, rooms as J.. desired: handy Post Ofline; reasonable; owner leaving " immediate," 'Star.' T ~r\<~ l.E-'r7"4-r(7on!C(f Hon-e""(uofldi rcrittir). JL 111:11' Dttnrdi!! Railway Station: L r ood fTIO LET, Sitting Room, Bedroom, partly '. ftirni.-ht'.l; us* kitchen and eonvciiivnees; c!o-o brach. "Si. Clair." •Star* Olliee. _ r pWO Groomed Houses, with and without JL >iairs, ail cnnveuiciices, City. Beck Bros., Upper Wnlkc- stieet. 'TmTkYE-ROT)ME f >~Co~II . : TgT-7 _ N "JT'Lorne L street, South Dunedin. Apply, between '(ven and <;:ght, 47 Fillcul street. 'jno"~LET,~S-roonied "]-10u5e,~406~ f'umbiir- " lard st'.v:t. Apply A burn and Sons, ii;» Ciiiiiberhind strc.'t. THE Wonderful Jiiftmmenl that Rehev-s and Cures Pain by Vibratory Mass'igo is now obtainable from the New Zealand Headquarters tVi- ihe "Vf-fdec"; SPEDDING, LTD., 14 Commerce street, Auckland. Ovu- 2.000 "Veedees" already in u-:e in New Zealand. Why suffer, when snob a handy, simple vctii£dy is available at a moderate price'- 1 Always ready. Maivelloti'lv ([iii:k and sure. Write r or the. Booklet ' All About the Venire.' It's fice. Write now. 7ANTF.P Known—That. Billheads, CirI culars, Cards, Programmes, and General Printing of every description are executed at the 'Evening Star Office at Moderate Prices. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. TAOKSON'S PriTate Hotel, Dowling street. Dinner 12 till 2; Tea, 5 to 7; Socials and Parties catered for; committee room. First-class Accommodation Visitors. ILADSTONE SOUSE] Moray place „f ('phone 2.130).—8e5t Accoiiimodution visitors; personal supervision. Moss and M'Pberson. HOLIDAY RESORTS. NUGGETS, Mfllyneux.—Mrs Campbell's, Seiside Accommodation; trap meets passengers at Romahapa on application. Telephone Tokata. Crib: bay prcfeirul. ' - Star' Ollice. EDUCATIONAL. ST. KILDA KINDERGARTEN. TpHE BREAKING UP will take place TO--1 MORROW (Tuesday) AFTERNOON, in Si. Kilda Methodist Sunday School Hail. Jli«h street, !ausselb(ir;rh. at 2.45 His Worship tho Mayor (W. T. MTarlane, Escp) will preside. Programme by the Children. Parents and Friends cordially invited. A. jVI. HARE, Principal. BRAEMAR HOUSE. BUEAKING-UP CEREMONY, 1914 BURNS HALL, TUESDAY, 15th-De-cember, 2.30 p.m. Misses Miller cordially invite the Parents and Friends of Pupils. Amongst other itcmc will bo included the PtrfounaiKc of Tennyson's ' Princess' by tho Students of the Elocution Class, under the direct:cn of the instructor (Mr Da Spoug).
Page 5 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 15675, 14 December 1914
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