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AMUSEMENTS. jTING EDWARD THEATRE, SOUTH DTTNEDIN. TO-DAY! TO-DAY! TO-DAY! 1.50 to 10 p.m. (non-stop). ATTRACTION EXTRAORDINARY. A WORLD-WIDE SUCCESS. The Emotional and Heart-throbbing Multiple Photo-Drama, THE WR\TH OF THE GODS. THE WRATH OP THE GODS. THE WRATH OF THE GODS. THE AVRATH OF THE GODS. THE WRATH OF THE GODS. THE WRATH OF THE GODS. A Tala of Old Jap;-u. Wonderful Scenes. Superb Photography. Realistic Acting by a Cast of Conspicuous Completeness. Showing the Village 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 you by THE GAUMONT GRAPHIC, Etc., Eic. Ponular Pries of Admission: ADULTS, SIXPENCE; CHILDREN, 3d. To All Parts of the Most Artistic and Cosy Picture Theatre in the Dominion.

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, 1914. AFTERNOON AND EVENING. BANDS! BANDS! BANDS! Physical Drill and Calisthenis Displays. Indian Club Swinging, Dumb-bell ExereiM*. Entertainments by DUNEDIN ORPHANS' CLUB AND MORNINGTON PIERROT PARTY. KIN EMATOGRAPH ENTERTAINMENTS. Maypole Dancing, Step Dajicingr, Highland Flins, Etc. CHILDREN'S COMPETITIONS. FULL PARTICULARS FROM SECRETARY. Proceeds to Provide Employment, for Uic3e out of -work owing lo the war. Tha money will bo expended in improving this 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, SecretaryGARRISON HALL, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15. TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT 1 «THE MESSIAH' By the DUNEDIN CHORAL SOCIETY, In Aid of Red Cross Society, Belgian Relief, and Local Distress Funds. SoloHts: Misa M. Mitchell, Mrs H. E. Browning (first appearance m N.Z.), Mr E. Drat and Mr H. E. Browning. CHORUS, 120. ORCHESTRA 30. of Orchestra Mr J. WALLACE. Trumpet Obbligato Mr OLEY JUDD. Conductor SIDNEY WOLF. Dnors Onen at 7 p.rri., and the Performance will commence :it 7.45 punctually. 1 PRICES OF ADMISSION: 2. and Is. Tickets at Dresden, Begg's, Bible Depot, or any Member of Society. A. F. GRAHAM, Secretary.

AUCTIONS. THURSDAY, 17th DECEMBER, 1914. CLEARING SALE Of HORSES. WAGGONS. TIP-CARTS. AND HARNESS, AT OUTRAM. niHK OTAGO FARMERS' CO-OPERA-JL TIVE ASSOCIATION OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, have received instructions from Mr James Hughes, contractor. West Taieri, to sell by auction, at his homestead, Outrain, as above, The whole of his Contracting Plant. Full particulars ' Otago Daily Times' 16th December. L. MACLEAN. Auctioneer. SATURDAY. 19ih DECEMBER, 1914, 11.30 o'clock. Otago Farmers* Horso Bazaar. SALE OF MOTOR TRUCK. THE OTAGO FARMERS' COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, have received in-st ructions from Mr James Hicks lof Mosgiel) to offer, as above, One Stewart motor truck: lc:igth overall, 12ff 6in; length back seat, 7ft 7in; inside width,'3ft lOin. L. MACLEAN. Auctioneer, MONDAY, 21st. DECEMBER, At 12 o'clock. At Rooms. Manse street. Jiy Order of the Mortgagees. CHARMING QUARTER-ACRE FREEHOLD, UPPER YORK PLACE. Lovely view, sheltered, retired: close to trnni: ea.-y walk from P.O. -OARK. REYNOLDS. LIMITED, 1- are instriiet'M] by the Mortgagees to sell by auction, '«r«t'on 1 Blc-k XL, Duncdin, containing r,,'nw.'r-arre, 66ft frontage to York place, am! back and side bur- of section adjoin Town Bell. This is a remarkably good site, and the calvn"ed portion of the House still standing upon the land could be utilised to advantage sis it is sound, ami. with repair, could bo'niade. serviceable for many years to come. This property is for genuine sale, and we ur-n anyone desiring a town house to inspect. For further particulate apply to Messrs CALVERT AND BRUGH. Solicitor?. Dowliug street : 01 . THi: AUCTIONEERS. GOOD HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND FURNISHINGS. THURSDAY. 17th DECEMBER. A* 2 o'clock sharp. H Auction Rooms, 215 street. IrMructcd bv Mis- M. Staunton (who >« <dviu<r up litusckecpmg). LXRESEKVLD AUCTION SALE. -DIIWVIW ROOM. DINING ROOM, BH)- ' ' ROOM FURNITLIIiE. Removed to Rooms for convenience WALNUT PIANO (Grainger atid Co., London), KKVIU -MIRUOR-BACK SIDEBOARD, HANDSOME OAK OVERMANTEL WIOUETTE velvet DINING SUITE, ?UPEMOHTbLANKETS AXDNAPERy, * CROCKERY WARE. imY&IAL, ORNAMENTS. JOHN GEERIN AND CO. wilt sell by auction, Good Household Furniture, to moluoe— Moquctt-* velvet suite, oak overman'.*:!, walnut piano (Grainger and Co.), piano stool, inlaid whatnots, Japanese vases, brass fender* (ire brasses, flower bowls, oil painting?, pair' valuable etchings, casement,, tables, dinner and tea serves, cutlerv, electroplate, oii-paiiued mirrors, rattan lounne, crystal ware, dining table, lugnback chairs, wicker easy chairs. rattan chairs, carpet runner, leather chairs, lower door wardrobe, ducnesse chests, toilet ware, brass-mounted iron bedsteads (3ft), jrood wire mattresses, kip.-k mattresses,' toilet chests, passage- hi-.oic.iuii, to ;ct cabinet, kitchen tables and chairs, kitchen utensils, crockery ware, iron flower stand, cocoa matting, pair step?, SPLENDID BLANKETS AND NAPKRANow Open for lnsp:.-.:Hii. No reserve. No icserve. As Miss Staunton is deibireiy giving up housekeeping, every article will be sold to the- highest, bidder. , The Furniture and Furnishing having enly been recently purchased, are hi splendid Older. HOLIDAY RESORTS. "ANTED, for 10 days Christmas, 6-berlh Crib; bay preferred. Addres» "Crib,"' 'Star* Office. [N order to have the ' Star' out In good L time, it is found impossible to classify Advertisements that como in after noon. After this hour they cannot be classified. We would therefore requost Advertisers to kincly bear thi» in mind, and send in their Ordtera Beurl/, V ■-'■--. .'

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