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AMUSEMENTS. [1 HE OCTAGON. L FAREWELL TO-NIGHT, at 8. BATTLE OF LEBBEKE War BATTLE OF LEBBEKE Seriei. TOLEDO Travel TOLEDO Film. GAUMONT GRAPHIC latest. COL.TIEBZA A LIAR SHIPWRECK. Also, Also, Th« Romantic Story of Old Japan, WRATH OF THE GODS. WRATH OF THE GODS. WRATH OF THE GODS. of tho Volcano in Action, Burning Sain ** Sea, Villages Razed to the Ground. LAVA, FLAME, SMOKE. Hundreds of Japanese trying to Escape. GRAND ORCHESTRA. 6d and Is. Reserve, Is 6d. 'Phono 3,091. Book Early, Is 6d, ATOid R«greta, Dresden, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. rpHE OCTAGON, HAY BAUDS' HAYWARDS'IiRT PICTURES. MONDAY, at 8 o'clock. A Success of Two Hemispheres t A BEAUTIFUL SONG. -A GLORIOUS PHOTO PLAT.— 'HOME, SWEET HOME.' 'HOME, SWEET HOME.' A Drama of noted purpose, that is po«tio in spirit and artistic in presentation, which tends to make life lovely and wonderful, to give it that stimulus which leads to progress. 'HOME, SWEET HOME' la an Enchantment of the Screen. 'HOME, SWEET HOME." John Howard Payne's Song Visualised |o>«. Six-part Griffith-Reliance Production, Every mother, father, slid child has sung the .Beautiful Song, nnd youn.": and old \rifl hail the opportunity with delight of witee*»ing this Old World Pbolo Drama of exquisite treatment and of exposition, imbued with the personality of tho brilliant Griffiths •;*he greatest producer of photo plays in the world to-day). •HOME, SWEET HOME* Ranks amongst tho highest screen produa, lions, and will he remembered with tiih Imperishable Bong for years to come, BEAUTIFUL ORCHESTRAL MUSIC. A Most Appropriate Musical Setting has been arranged, including: 'Home, Sweet Home,' Vocal. Gurtary Aooor* dion, and Violin Solos. PRICES AS* USUAL f I 6<l and 1b; Reserves, Is 6d, Dresden, IS MAJESTY'S THEATRE.. Lessees: George Willoughby, Limited. I Managing Director ... Mr George Willoughby. Direction: Geo. T. Eaton, A. B. Davies, and Ben. .T. Fuller. GEORGE WILLOUGHBYS DRAMATIC COMPANY. FOR SEVEN NIGHTS ONLY, Commencing SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26 (Boxing Day). The Biggest and Most Expensive Play ever iStagod in tliis Theatre : ' THE EVER OPEN DOOR.' 'THE EVER OPEN DOOR.' •THE EVER OPEN DOOR." "Written by George R. Sims, and lately THE- RAGE OF LONDON, Where it was an Immense Success. OUR SECOND PRODUCTION Will be Ouida's 'UNDER TWO FLAGS,' And the Last Night of the Season •CAMILLE' Will bo Staged. WAR PRICES t 3s. 2s, and Is. Box Plan (at the Dresden) will OPEN <xa TUESDAY MORNING. No Charge for Booking. Earlies as \isual. Day Sales «.t Jacobs's. . Manager, George Buller. NOTICE TO OWNERS OF MOTOR LAUNCHES AND BOATS. mHE PENINSULA FERRY COMPANY. .1 LTD., offer a REWARD of One Pound .marling for the Recovery of GANGWAY lest overboard from "Wairoka" off OvaJ pany Bay. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. BRITISH PERFUME FOR BRITISHERS. rvLD ENGLISH LAVENDER WATER is LF an Hoceptable Present at this season. Jhat made by Wilkinson and Sou from the Finest English Lavender is noted for its delicate and lasting fragrance. Special supplies now reach' at prices from 2s upwards. WILKINSON AND SON, Prescription Pharmacists, Dunedin. lANO REPAIRING at REDUCED ES to enable us to keep J— at going. F. HOWELL AND CO., Octagon and Bath street. THE NEW AMERICAN SODA FOUNTAIN Is Now Open at THE SAVOY. mHE SODA FOUNTAIN is one 0! tb» X; Most Popular Institutions in Iha United States and the big cities of Australia, lie Delicious Drinks take the place of Afternoon Tea, during the Summer, being Cool, Rcfreshine, Novel, and Most Enjoyable. Ice Cream Sodas, with Pure Fruit Flavors Ixrith or without Straws). Exquisite- Beverage*, comprising 12 varieties, 6d per glass, serred with Biscuits.. THE SAVOY, "Restaurant tie Luxu," M'jrnj' place (earner Princes street). DON'T USE a certain kind of-anything just because your Grandmother did it before you. IMPROVEMENT IS THE ORDER OF THE AGE. LANES' CARBONATED WATERS ARE RIGHT UP MASTUPAC?rtrR-ED FROM OTIR BLTTB ROCK SPRING. Telephone 47. PICTURES! PICTURES! ALL SORTS AND SIZES. XOU WILL GET DOUBLE VALUE FO; "- YOUR MONEY AT BARTLETT AND SCRrVENBR'S, 46 CTTY ROAD, ROSLYN. GREAT XMAS SALB Commences MONDAY, 21st. EVERY PICTURE A BARGAIN',, DUNEDIN UNITED FRIENDLY BOORS' TIES' DISPENSARY* NOTICE TO MEMBERS. mHE DISPENSARY Is now recrdfiWlAy A law to CLOSE AT 6 O'CLOCK P.M, Urgent Medicines only may bo oblataeA from 6 o'clock to 8 o'clock p.m. on applies-' tion at the .Dispensary, and also after 11 p.m. as before on ringing the jiight bell 4n Moray plaoo. JAS. MACFIE, Secrefeirr. BOOKS WRITTEN UP. BALANCE-SHEETS PREPARED, ACCOUNTS AND RENTS COLLECTED. A NDREW RUSSELL (late with Tbonaon. rA. Bridger, and Oo.L. Accountant ..and Financial Agent, 12 UPPER ALBANY STREET. •Phone 2,257. M.U.1.0.0.F, LOYAL CENTENARY LODGE, 1,182. I *R NEWLANDS will b» out o« totti U SATURDAY, 39th inst, tiU SATUSDAY-, 26th inst. Locmm Dr FITZGERALD. IxivJoul, «tre«k, J. G. TAJT, ' .;i--y*- fiecrctary.l- - Paper for Wrappine-op ForftUfc* VVj Apply 'SUr^OffiMk^ooa-itml^-

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 8, Evening Star, Issue 15680, 19 December 1914

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 8 Evening Star, Issue 15680, 19 December 1914