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AMUSEMENTS. pLAZA PICTURES. 1 o'clock to 5.30, 6.30 to 10 p.m. AX EXCEPTIONALLY FINE " PROGRAMME, Headed by Solid's Sensational Star Drama, CARYL OF THE MOUNTAINS. Featuring KATHELYN WILLIAMS HAUYL OF THE MOUNTAINS. CARYL OF THE MOUNTAINS. I,oooft. Beautifully Tinted. UNHAPPY PAIR (1,000 ft) Comic LIS BETH (1,000 ft) . Drama Travel and Sport in India Topical LOVE AND A TUB Comic >-EW REPORTER. NEW REPORTER? NEW REPORTER.' Biograph Star, I.oooft. (■ Paris (530 ft) -•• Scenic Mike and' Jake a* Heroes Comic Prices: ADULTS, 6d; CHILDREN, 3d. BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. ART UNION. THE above was DRAWN THIS DAY. The Winning' Number, 2,844. Holder: "Wat Pent," Rose street, Roslyn. CHAIRMAN PUBLIC APPEAL COMMITTEE. nnnn OLD NEW ZEALAND. A NEW PATRIOTIC SONG That Threatens ta Rival ' Tippeniry' in Popularity. Is PER COPY; Is 'id POSTED. TERRY'S MUSIC STORES, 114-178 George, street, Duncdiii.

GRAND PATRIOTIC AND RECRUITING MEETING WAKARI DRILL HALL", FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, OUR EMPIRE REQUIRES MEN! MEN! MEN! OUR EMPIRE CULLS FOR. EVERY YOUNG MAN IN OTAGO TO DO HIS DUTY TO-DAY. IF YOU FEEL IT IS YOUR DUTY, ENROL AT ONCE I An Excellent Programme of Vocal and Instrumental "Music, Recitations, etc., Arranged. v Also, Stirring Speeches by Leading Citizens. NO CHARGE FOR ADMISSION. NO CHARGE FOR ADMISSION. NO COLLECTION. REMEMBER! THE EMPIRE REQUIRES MEN MORE THAN MONEY AT THIS MOMENT. rents of those who have .Volunteered for the Front, may OBTAIN TICKETS for RESERVED SEATS on application to E. S. WILSON, Empire Buildings. J. B. SHACKLOCK, Mayor. PATRIOTIC ROSE AND GARDEN PETE. BOTANIC CARDENS. TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! BRIGHTER AND BETTER THAN EVER J DON'T MISS THIS FINE ENTERTAINMENT. Gardens Brilliantly Illuminated. Kinrmatogiaph Entertainment. Excellent, Programme l>y all the CITY BANDS. DuiK'din Orphans' Club, Morning!on Pierrots, Klc, Etc.. Etc. ADMISSION, Is; CHIJTDREN, 6<l. E. S. WILSON, Se

'llO LET, 4-roomed Houso (good repair), 1 j:car Dunedin Kitihviiy Station; s'ood <;recn; 3s. 33 Atliol place. 'llO LET, 5-roouic.l House. 406 Cumber- . land sitvel. Apply Abmit and Son.-, •J Cumberland street. r pO LET, Five-roomed House, 55 Gro.--vcmitr slre.ct. Kensington; newly reno...icd. and convmienci's; rent, 15s. rfloTKT™neV"Troonied Dwelling, modern . conveniences, view: close. Kaikorai tram. Masterton and Son, Kaikorui. i b vO LET, 4 and fci-roomed Houses; li. and JL C. water; drained; 10:. and 15s. 71 Dundas street. rr\6 I.KT, "from Christmas till end of A January (north end). Furnished House, 4-or 5 rooms. Address •• Mcdc-ration," 'Star" Office. ___ _____ ET. 5-roomcd House; eop))er, nibs. L Apply 3&0 Kins street; rent, 9». HHO LET, Three-roomed House, with all . conveniences, in Grosvenor street. Apv 16 Grosvenor street. * , rO LET (36 Howe street), .convenient, Sixruoined House.; bath, hot and cold; IGs. Bryant, Octago:). fr\o LET. Office and use of Board Room : . central. Jiox 486. V> LET, Rooms, with or without, hoard. Apply'll3 Hanover street. JO LET, for holidays, Furnished JL Smith's Hay. Apply 2 Glen road, ilorninsrtm. * LOST AND FOUND. OST. IJundle of Motor Tools; lewanl. i Aujrcll, Hoslyit; 'phone 2,881. Apply Jlrs Wilson, _Pranlcrgast street. LOST (.last, evening), Gold Chain 3imißl«, between Queen's Pictures and Walker s-treet: reward. 96 Walker street. LOST, between Garrison Hall and K.-iil-Wiiy Station, Purse, containing silver and return ticket. Dtmediu-Greeit Island;, reward. Statham's, Howling street. [TILL Koy seen picsing: up 3 j'ouimi r Notes, Tuesday. Richardson street, please return 41 Moreatt street, St. Kilda, before further trouble, asi number notes taken; reward. FOUND— E. Gawne's G Brand Worcester Sattco is the best on the market. All RELIGIOUS. PARISH OP OAVERSHAM. IS LORDSHIP THR PRIMATE pro- ■ poses to Institute tho Rev. J. L. MORXBIER, 8.A., to the Curo of Caversham TO-MORHOW EVENING (Thursday), at 8 o'clock, in the Parish Church. . DELIVERY OF CIRCULARS, Etc. nnHB EVENING STAR COMPANY, LTD., JL PRINT all descriptions of GROCERS' and DRAPERS' BILLS, CIRCULARS, Etc., and when so directed hand over fhe same to the ' Star' Runners for Distribution with tho ' Star,' t _ which is delivered at nearly every house in tho City and' Suburbs and alao extensively in tho Country,

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