Permanent link to this item
Page 5 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 15677, 16 December 1914
AMUSEMENTS. JTING EDWARD THEATKE, SOUTH DUNEDLN, TO-DAY! TO-PAY I TO-DAY t 1.30 to 10 p.m. (non-stop). ATTRACTION EXTRAORDINARY. A WORLD-WIDE SUCCESS. The Emotional and Heart-throbbing Multiple Photo-Drama, THE WRATH OP THE GODS. THE WRATH OP THE GODS. THE WRATH OP THE GODS. THE WRATH OP THE GODS. THE WRATH OP THE GODS. THE WRATH OP THE GODS. A Talo of Old Jap;.n. Wonderful Scenes. Superb Photography. Realistic Acting by a Cast, of Oonspicuoui Completeness. Showing tho Village, and Country Shaken b: a- Tronemlotis Earthquake. A VOLCANO IX ACTION. A VOLCANO IN, ACTION. A Great Supporting Array, including Lt'.bin's Laugh-loo=:cning Ccmcdv Sucecw, A SIX-FOOT ROMANCE. A SIX-FOOT ROMANCE. The World brought, before, tow bv THE GAUMONT GRAPHIC, Etc., "Etc. Pomalar Price, of Admission i ADULTS, SIXPENCE: CHILDREN, 3d. To All Parts of the Most. Artistic nnd Cc-sjs Picture Theatre in the Dominion. rpHE OCTAGON", HAY WARDS' Again TO-NIGHT, at 8, Tho War Picture, BATTLE OP LEBBEKE. Also, WRATH OP THE GODS. WRATH OF THE GODS. WRATH OP THE GODS. WRATH OP THE GODS. A Japanese Story—thrilling, gripping. The portrayal of the volcano in action ; a great sight. Real lava, (lames, smoko. Huu drods of Japanese trying to escape. VILLAGES RAZED TO THE GROTTND. A WONDERPUL PICTURE. And thero arc others. Is and 6J. Reserve Dresden, la GcL SPORTING. BROAD BAY, JANUARY 1, 1915. PROGRAMME OP EVENTS i 1. Motor Boats, under 4 h.p. Prizes: £V £2, £l. Entrance fee, 7s. 2. Third Class Yacht Race. Prizes i £2 1 and Silver Cup, £l. Entrance fee, 3s 6«^ 5. Motor Boats, 4 h.p. and under 8 h.p. Prizes: £5, £2, £l. Entrance fee, Bs. 4. Second Class Cruisers and Unballasted Yacht, Race. Prizes: £4 and coil of yacht line, £2, £l. Entrance fee, 7s. 5. First Class Yacht Race. Prizes: £8 and coil of vacht line, £3, £1 10s. Entrance fee, 12s" 6d. 6. Motor Boats, 8 h.p. and over. Prizes: £7, £3, £l. Entrance fee, 11b. ENTRIES CLOSE on BOXINCx NIGHT, and will bo received by Mr W. J. P. M'Culloch, Octagon, Dunedin; Mr \V. Duff, Broad Bay ; and by the Secretary at Port CbaJmer* on* Boxing Day till 5 p.m., at Shaw-Savill Co.'s Office. Motor Boats must state Jiumber »nd horsepower when entering. J. O'RULLIVAN, > Hon. Secretary. TRATH TAIERI CALEDONIAN SOCIETY, MIDDLEMAECH. ANNUAL SPORTS, ' FRIDAY, JANUARY Ist, 1915. The Popular Gathering. EXCURSION FARES. ! Running, Cycling, Wrestling, Tng-of^war,*to. I Grand Ball in the Evening. Programmes, with full particulars, en application io j v ROBT. WALKER-, j * Secretary. EDUCATIONAL. 3RIv.SBYTERTAX COLLEGE FOR JL , YOUNG LADIES, AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND. LADY PRINCIPAL. Salary U> commence. £550 per annum, v..... Hoard and Residence. Applications are invited for tbe abovenamed Position from Graduates in Arts or Science of a British or Colonial University. Candida tics must have had jiot less than 5 years' experience in teaching suid not less than 3 years' in a secondary school J'nr young la<Jics, must not exceed $0 years of :\'j<!, and must, be members in full communion wilh Ibe Presbyterian Church. The successful applicant will be required (o produce a. medical certificate, of health, mid will be expected to begin dutv on FEBRUARY Im. 1915, <>r as soon thereafter as possible. Applications, iviib aeepinpajiving testimonial?, will be received up to DECEMBER 31st, 1914, br JAMES ROBERTSON, 22 Union Buildings, Customs street, Auckland. N.%. * I.BANY STREET SCHOOL. ANNUAL BREAK-UP. i i-.mary Deparl.uiMil'.—TO-MORROW iThursdav'l, Drcember 17t!l, at. 2 p.m., in School Hull. Standard- 1, 2. and 3.-FRIDAY, at 2 p.m., School Hail. Standards 4, 5. and 6.—FRIDAY, at. 7.45 p.m., in th-j Early Settlers' Hall. At raetive Hens by Scholars at Each Function. Tickets for A,liiik.-ion io Evening Celebration en application to Head Master, Teachers, or Ml"*ibet's cf Committee. Tickets must be presented at, Hall. .JA.S. H. WILKINSON, Chairman. N.E. VALLEY PUBLIC SCHOOL. A NNL'AL BREAK-UP CEREMONY and Presentation of Prizes TO-MORROW i * ikll'mlh_\), l)<f!iin])er 17th. Infants and Lower standards in School Gymnasium at; 2 p.m. Free to all. Upper Standards in N.E. Valley Town Hall at 7.30 p.m. Admission : Adults. 6J; Children, 3d. Children with parents free. Special singing and reciting. Spelling Bee and other competitions. Ex-scholars especially invited. Hi« Worship the Mayor will preside. B. E. SINCLAIR, Secretary. ANDERSON BAY SCHOOL. THE ANNUAL BREAK-UP will take place TO-MORROW (Thursday), December 17th. Infant. Classen at 2 p.m. in the Schoolroom; Standards at 7.30 p.m. in tho Sunday School Hall. Parents and friends cordially fnrilert. A. YOUNGSON, i hainna.n Committee. MEETINGS. N.Z. POLITICAL REFORM LEAGUE (Dunedin Branch). \t~ PUBLTC MEETING of Supporters cf ** ibe above will be held in the Early Settlers' Hall on THURSDAY, December 17ih, at 3 p.m. BUSINESS: To Form n Branch for Dunedin and Suburbs. Adoption of Constitution and Ruies. Election of Officers, And General. If you are a Supponrr of the Reform Government conic and bring a friend. DUNEDIN ACCOUNTANT STUDENTS' SOCIETY. J A N Extraordinary Meeting of tho Society -ITI will be held in tho Office of tbe Secretary (Central Fire Station Buildings), Cumberland street, TO-MORROW /Thursday), 17th December, 1914, at 7.30 p.m. J. T, HAMANN, Hon, ftocretug.
Page 5 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 15677, 16 December 1914
Allied Press Ltd is the copyright owner for the Evening Star. You can reproduce in-copyright material from this newspaper for non-commercial use under a Creative Commons New Zealand BY-NC-SA licence. This newspaper is not available for commercial use without the consent of Allied Press Ltd. For advice on reproduction of out-of-copyright material from this newspaper, please refer to the Copyright guide.
Papers Past now contains more than just newspapers. Use these links to navigate to other kinds of materials.
These links will always show you how deep you are in the collection. Click them to get a broader view of the items you're currently viewing.
Enter names, places, or other keywords that you're curious about here. We'll look for them in the fulltext of millions of articles.
Browsed to an interesting page? Click here to search within the item you're currently viewing, or start a new search.
Use these buttons to limit your searches to particular dates, titles, and more.
Switch between images of the original document and text transcriptions and outlines you can cut and paste.
Print, save, zoom in and more.
If you'd rather just browse through documents, click here to find titles and issues from particular dates and geographic regions.
The "Help" link will show you different tips for each page on the site, so click here often as you explore the site.