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AMUSEMENTB. Attractions Abundant To-nlglit. XTING EDWARD THEATRE, X *" SOUTH DUNEDLN. CONTINUOUS PIOTUHBS. Daily: 1.50 p.m. till 10 p.m. ENTTREL-Y NEW PROGRAMME TO-DAY. Planned t'nr your Pleasure. Comprising the Piok of the Picture Realm, and headod bv Vita-graph's Latest Triumph, HIS KID SISTER. - HIS KID SISTER. - HIS KID SISTER. H[fl KID SISTER. HIS KID SISTER. A simple and masterful tale of life and love, laid in tho heart of the West Virginian Mountains. And the Mirlh-prov-oking Keysfconn THE Comedy Keystone BAGGAGE Comedy Keystone SMASHER. Comedy A rare raid radiant array supporting tie above includes: THE PATHE GAZETTE Topical Ham the Lineman ... _. Kalom Oomedr THE PURITAN lubln Drama And a Drama of unusual merit, founded on tho well-known Hymn i 'ABIDE WITH JtE.' 'ABIDE WITH ME.' Popular Tariff: ADULTS, SIXPENCE: CHILDREN, 3d. To Ail Part*.

GRAND PATRIOTIC AND RECRUITING MEETING' WAKARf DRILL HALL, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, OUR EMPIRE REQUIRES ME N ! ME N ! ME N I OVR EMPIRE CALLS FOR EVERT YOUNG MAX IN OTAGO TO T)0 HIS DUTY TO-DAY. IF YOU FEEL IT IS YOUR DUTY, ENROL AT ONCE ! An Esculent Programme of Vocal and Insrmuicntnl 3lu«ir. Recitations, etc., Arranged. Also, Stirriiisr Speeches by Lwtdin<r Citizens. NO CHARGE FOR ADMISSION <■ XO CHARGE FOR ADMISSION. NO COLLECTION. REMEMBER! THE EMPIRE REQUIRES MEN MORE THAN MONEY AT THIS MOMENT Parents of those who have Ynhmirrrecl for the Front ra»y OBTAIN TICKETS RESERVED SEATS on application to E. S. WILSON. Emplrn Ruildin^s. J. B. SHACKLOCK. Mayor.

EDUCATIONAL, FORBURY SCHOOL. JREAKJNG-UP CEREMONY. Infant Department. 1.15. Lower Standi)ids. 2.30. Upper (Standards, 7.30. Prominent Speakers will be giving Addresses. All Parents and Woll-wishers of the. ISchool arc invited to all (unciions. \V. FLEMING, Chairman. GEORGE STREET .SCHOOL. mHE ANNUAL BREAK-UP and PREJL SENTATION OF PRIZES will take place TO-MORROW (Friday). 18t.b inst. Infant. Department, and Lower Standard* at 2.30. Upp-y.- Standards at 7.30 p.m. There v.iil be a DISPLAY of PUPILS" WORK in tho School both Afternoon and Evening (from 6.30). I'arentß and friends cordially invited to attend. ,1. WALLACE. Chairman. R. FERGUSON". Secretary. MORAY PLACE SCHOOL. THE BREAK-UP CEREMONY will tr>ke place TO-MORROW (Friday;, at 2.30 p.nt. Parent* and friends are invited In be pre-cnli. NORMAL SCHOOL. UNION STREET. rriHE ANNUAL BREAK-UP will take pin A TO-MORROW (Friday). 18th. at 7. p.m., in Stuart Hall, Frederick street. Parents and friends cordially invited. H. H. S. WHITE. Hon. Seeretarv. RAVENSBOURNE SCHOOL. THE ANNUAL J3REAX-UP and Distribution of Prizes will lake place in the Coronation Hall TO-MORROW, at 2 p.m. Parent* and friends cordially invited. J. DUNN, Clerk, MACANDREW BOAD SCHOOL. rrVHE DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES will -*" lake pliK-e. in tho SOUTH DUNEDIN TOWN HALL TO-MORROW (Fridayi EVENING, the, 18th iait., at. 7.30. r\o LET, comfortable S-roomed House, »!«'.) L a 6-roomed House; hj. and e. and everv convenience. Apply 534 Castle, street yO LET, Five-roomed House, 55 Grovenoi- street, Kensington; newly renovated, a-ud eo^wenicness; rent 15s. TO LET, noV 7-rooroed Dvfclling, modern conveniences, view, close Kaikorai tram. Maeterton and Son, Kaikorai. \0 LET. 7-roomed House (No. 6 Jones jl. street); every convenience. Apply :5" Loitb street, or 10 Lefis street, LET, 6-rooro*d Howe, George street; .. <jiectric light. -T. Allen. Stock Exchange Buildincs. TO LET, 4-roomod Back House | coppe.-. tubs j rent. 8* 6d. Apply 615 Cattle street, HpO WS.T, 4-roonwd Brick Houee: seweied. -I i-übs, copper. Call from 2 tc>3,l3 Grange street. ROSLYN.—Eigbt-Toomed Residence, every possible ©ouvenienoe; garden; on car lino; Carter. Exchange Court. XQ LET, 4-roomed Cottage, 415 Cumberj. land screet (near Hanover street); bath, tub?, etc. O LET (36 Howe street), convenient bixj- roomed Hou*»; bath, hot and cold; 16s. Bryant-, Ouwgj-n. rLET, 5-roonied Home, 36 Bathgate street, Duuedin gcuth; bays, Venetians, oopper, Uitw, bath, sanitary. Inquire ■trflhin. mo l-HT, large Contractor's Workshop tuid A Plant, rtritea by electricity; stabte iM yard- ac * i(ie J'_ al^_^ TO~ V&%~ jT-joomsd Furnished Cottaee] horn 10th January, at Pukcteraki. "gea. Office. 'THO LEX, 5-roonied Cottage; evtfy bonX venience, b. and o. b«>th, electric light, eas. 15 Smith ttreart. r ¥V) t&H, Four-roomed ftoJM fend A tub*), Lowsr York place. Apply 59 », Maori Hin; «leoldc light) large

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 15678, 17 December 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 15678, 17 December 1914

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