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AMUSEMENTS. ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY, ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY. The Management the RING'S THEATRE. FULLERS' CONTINUOUS PICTURES. Ifavn Pleasure in announcing that EXTENSIVE ALTERATIONS EXTENSIVE ALTERATIONS Have been made to the Theatre. THE ENTRANCE THE ENTRANCE Has been Enlarged and Decorated. Every Effort has been made to Study the COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE Of Our Patrons. —Further,— THE KINO'S THEATRE WILL IN FUTURE BE RUN AS A STRAIGHT-OUT AS A STRAIGHT-OUT CONTINUOUS PICTURE PALACE COMMENCING DAILY AT 1.30 P.M., COMMENCING DAILY AT 1.30 P.M., COMMENCING DAILY AT 1.30 P.M., RUNNING RIGHT THROUGH •WITHOUT STOPPING TILL 10 P.M. WITHOUT STOPPING TILL 10 P.M. TO-DAY! TO-DAY! TO-DAY! TO-DAY! Will bo Your Last Chance to See THE LATEST WAR PICTURES, PATHE WAR GAZETTE. BATTLE OF LEBBEKE, With all their grim horrors, Wo ara Screening the following " Stars " :- A WOMAN'S WAY. A Really Beautiful Photo Play. ABIDE WITH ME. Just Hear the Wee Boy Sing the Hynm. In addition to these "Stars," OUR BIG PROGRAMME. DON'T FORGET, MONDAY DON'T FORGET, MONDAY WE START ALL DAY CONTINUOUS. ALL DAY CONTINUOUS. EVERY DAY EVERY WAY 1.30 P.M. TO 10 P.M. (NON-STOP). 1.30 P.M. TO 10 P.M. (NON-STOP). SEE MONDAY'S PAPERS FOR OUR MAGNIFICENT PROGRAMME. OUR MAGNIFICENT PROGRAMME. PRICES AS USUAL. \DULTS, 6d. CHILDREN, 3d. ADULTS, 6d. CHILDREN. 3d. R E G A T T A, PORT CHALMERS. BOXING DAY, DECEMBER 26. Proceeds to be Divided between Belgian Relief Fund and Patriotic Relief Fund. Excellent. Entries for ROWING, SAILING, MOTOR BOAT RACES. Admission to Flagship by Patriotic Badge, Is each. E. S. WTLSON, Secretary. "A Merry Christmas: I" THE "MERRY-MAKERS." "HTS MASTER'S VOICE" GRAMOPHONES. " LYRICPHONE " GRAMOPHONES. THE IDEAL XMAS GIFTS. Yes. How many Gifts can you give to the family that wi'l'. prove, under all conditions, constant, sources of joy and pleasure? That is what the Gramophone does. It fills the soul with music anil 'Tno life with gladness and brightness. It. commands the world's greatest singers to soothe you in times of worry with sweet songs, and brings alonp music and jest, huomr and laughter, to rouso you up when you feci a. bit " dumpy." Give tho ones in your homo a Gramophone. Watch the eyes of the children sparkle and beam with delight as the Christmas morn breaks with your Gramophone) pouring out torrents of exquisite melodv. Take it when you so picnicking. It will be as jolly a? you arc, and keep you all in jolly humor with its comic songs and pretty love ballads. The Gramophone will ill! a place in your life and in your home It will prove, a" source of delight under al! conditions. Come in. please, and soft our stock of these splendid Merrymaking, Joy-bringing, Musicoveatiug Machines. PRICES FOR HORNLESS GRAMOPHONES! Tho "CINCH" GRAMOPHONE. £4, Tho "LYRICPHONE," Oak Cabinet, £5 ss, £6 10s, etc. -HIS MASTER'S VOTCH" GRAMOPHONE, £5 10s. DISC RECORDS at, Popular Prices. Doublo-sidcd, 2s 3d and 3s 6d each. SPECIAL: CHRISTMAS CAROLS. A Small Selection is Now on Sale. CHAS. BEGG AND CO., LTD., Gr.iinophono Agents, PRINCES STREET. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. 'T>OYS' Own Paper," 'Girls' Own Annual,' .13 'Chums.' • Quiver," "Child's Companion.' etc., etc. Driver's Book Emporium, PRIZE and Presentation Books in immense variety and of highest excellence. Driver's Book Emporium, Octagon. SPLENDID Sets of Favorite Authors—--3 Dickens, Thackeray, fc'iot, Shakespeare, Meredith, Morriman, Balzac, etc. Driver's Book Emporium, Octagon. as (greeting Covers , u . -.-,.., Photographs. Pattillo ha.s a most, lovely BolcoUon. Bridal Studio, CHRISTMAS Bride dates for Cbristn Groups are filling up. Please make, arrangements. "A MUCH-APPRECIATED" Christmas A Gift is an Order on Pattillo, the bridal photographer, for Cabinet Photographs. STEVENSON'S Letters, Novels, Essays, Poems. l in various bindings: choice* gifta. Driver's Book Emporium, Octagon. ED Editions.— . 'David Copporfield,' 'Pickwick Papers,' 'Song of tho English,' 'Omar Khayyam.' Driver's, Octagxjn. CHRISTMAS Present* for All.—Bo suro Umbrejhis lor Walking Sticks. Umbrellas and Sunshades Re-covered and Ropafred; also, Outlery Ground and Set. Bain, 69 George street. , MALGAMATED Society of Engineers.— L Notico is Hereby Given -that tho usual Fortnightly Meeting "has been Postponed from January Ist until January Bth, 1915. Jas. R. Johnston, secretary. MRS~ HOPE, - 239 " King street, Ims For Sale Second-hand Suits, Costumes, ])r«s*es, and Children's Clothes, cheap. EVENRUD E _ Motors.—Splendid outfit; quite new; ready for use; reduced price Ilnyward and Garratb, Stuart street. QEMI-SPEED Launch, fitted with 8 h.r>. engiaoi a bargain. Hayward aJid Garratt, Bath street. CHRISTMAS Gift,—A Columbia Gramophone; British make; machine* from £3. Hayward and Garratt, Bath street. "OENA Doub'e-sidsd Disc Records, latest, -EL selections, from 2s 6d each. Hayward and Garratt, Bath strGct. O-i f\ £2O, £SO, £IOO, £I,OOO To Lend; SwXU lowest rates, easy payments. E. 3. Brvant. ugent, Octagon. WHY Pay Rent ?—Bargain (£5 deposit, 20< wsckly): Modern House, 5 rooms; near trams. Bryant, Ootagon. IDEAL Summer Drink—Neil's Pure Fruit Extracts, in all flavors; Is & bottle. Neil's Dispensary. fEEP your sweet young looks. Ask your V neighbor prescription: Royal English Glaze. Hagarty, indent agent, Cavershara. JHIPMENT Royal English Glaze" arriving 7 after holidays; supply sold out. Sufficient address Hagerly, indent agent, Cavariham.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 15680, 19 December 1914

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 15680, 19 December 1914

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