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AMUSEMENTS. 1.30 TO 10 P.M. NON-STOP THE RING’S THEATRE. FULLERS’ CONTINUOUS PICTURES. 1.30 p.m. DAILY to 10 p.m. ('NON-STOP). A MAGNIFICENT PROGRAMME To Inaugurate Our Now Venture. LATEST WAR SPECIALS. EVACUATION OP GHENT AND OSTEND. Allies in Belgium.—French Marinos.—Warwickshire Regiment. —Royal Naval Officers. —Belgians Firing at Aeroplane.—Terrorstricken Refugees.—Guarding Against Spies, —Exciting Incidents. PATHH WAR GAZETTE. Brimful of Stirring War Nows. OUR BIG LIST. THE DEBT. One of THE DEBT. LUBIN’S THE DEBT. Best. BLUE COYOTE'S CHERRY CROP (Edison Drama). IN PERIL S PATH (By the Thaunhouser Co.). PANORAMA OF BELGIUM (Delightful Scenic). A SCREAMING KEYSTONE. K EYSTONE. KEYSTONE. FATAL SWEET TOOTH. FATAL SWEET TOOTH. You Will Have to Laugh at This. DON’T FORGET.- — WE START AT 1.30 P.M. WE START AT 1.30 P.M. And Do Not Stop Till 10 p.m. NO ADVANCE IN PRICES: ADULTS, 6d. CHILDREN. 3d. JJIS MAJESTY’S THEATRE. Lessees: George Willoughby, Limited. Managing Director ... Mr George Willoughby. GEORGE WILLOUGHBY’S DRAMATIC COMPANY. FOR SEVEN NIGHTS ONLY, Commencing BOXING NIGHT. The Biggest and Most Expensive Play ever Staged in this Theatre: ‘ THE EVER OPEN DOOR.’ • THE EVER OPEN DOOR.’ ‘THE EVER OPEN DOOR.* THE RAGE OP LONDON, OUR SECOND PRODUCTION Will bo Ouida’s ‘ UNDER TWO FLAGS,’ And the Last Night of the Season • ‘CAMILLE’ Will be Staged. WAR PRICES: 3s, 2s, and Is. Box Plan at the Dresden Opens TOMORROW MORNING. No Charge for Booking. Earlies as usual. Day Sales at Jacobs's. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. MENTAL HOSPITAL, SEACLIFP. CHRISTMAS AND~NEW YEAR HOLD DAYS. FRIDAY, the 25th December, SATURDAY, the 26th December, 1914, and FRIDAY, tho Ist January, 1915, being Public Holidays, Visitors will NOT BE ADMITTED on those dates. F. TRUBY KING, Medical Superintendent. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. YULETIDE ONOE AGAIN POPULAR. ECONOMICAL, AND USEFUL PRESENTS At SALE PRICES at THE SPINNING WHEEL. TRAYCLOTHS, DUCHBSSE SETS. TABLE CENTRES, RUNNERS, etc., from lOd to 13s 6d each. LADIES’ UMBRELLAS, stylish handles and reliable covers, 7s 6d to 15s 6d each. HANDKERCHIEFS, Irish Embroidered, 6 for 2s 3d, 3s lid, 4s 6d, 4s lid, 5s lid. FABRIC GLOVES, very newest, 10td to 2s 6d pair. LACE LISLE HOSE, in Black, Tan, and White, from Is 6d to 2s 9d pair. EMBROIDERED COSEY COVERS, White and Colored, Is 6d to 2s 6d each. EMBROIDERED CUSHION COVERS from Is 3d to 3s each. PILLOW SHAMS, beautifully embroidered, 4s lid, 6s Cd, 7s 6d, 9s per pair. The above are always acceptable Presents, and wo assure you that for value they ere unrivalled. FIVE OASES LADIES' LINGERIE AND COTTON AND WOOLLEN UNDERWKAR. As these are very late in coming to hand, they will bo sold at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. TESTS from Is 'each. KNICKERS from Is 9d each. COMBINATIONS from 2s 6d. KIRKPATRICK AND RAROLAY, THE SPECIALISTS, 66 PRINCES STREET. XMAS PRESENTS. ARE YOU BUYING YOURS YET? We have a Splendid Selection of GIFTS here for LADIES and CHILDREN, including the Latest Novelties in FANCY GOODS, besides Articles for Personal Wear. OUR PRICES REPRESENT BIG BARGAINS. TTNIQUE STORES, STUART STREET, U “FOR XMAS BARGAINS.” BRITISH PERFUME FOR BRITISHERS. OLD ENGLISH LAYENDER WATER is an acceptablo Present at this season. That made by Wilkinson, and Son from the Finest English Lavender is noted for its delicate and lasting fragrance. Special supplies now ready at prices from 2s upwards. • WILKINSON AND SON, Prescription Pharmacists, Dunedin. NOTICE. SPECIAL BANK HOLIDAYS. PURSUANT to the terms of " The Banking Act, 1908,” MONDAY, the 28th day of December, 1914, and SATURDAY, tho 2nd day of January, 1915, arc hereby appointed Special Bank Holidays at the Offices of the ■undermentioned Banks throughout New Zealand:— THE UNION DANK OF AUSTRALIA, LIMITED. R. A. HOLMES, Inspector. BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. B. M. MOLINEAUX, Inspector. THE BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. R. B. SMITH, ActingTnspector, NATIONAL BANK OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED. D. W. DUTHIE, Acting Goneral Manager. THE COMMERCIAL BANK OF AUSTRALIA, LIMITED. ,/' E. P. YALDWYN, Manager, BANK OF NEW ZEALAND, W. CALLENDER, General Manager, NOTE.—The Banks will also bo oloaed throughout tho Dominion on the following days, being Statutory Holidays FRIDAY, 25th December. 1914-Ohrist-mas Day. 1 SATURDAY, 26th December, 1914-Box-ing Day. FRIDAY, Ist January, 1915—New Year’s Day. NEW STYLES IN LADIES’ BAGS. WE HAVE JOBtt OPENED UP a very fine selection Of Ladies’ Bags from tho best English bouses. W e have tho following modem Styles:—Moire, Mirror, Kodak, Sobertash, Burlington, and Trapeze, in hud-grained Moroccos, Seal, Suede*, and (Puma Oalf. Every bag guaranteed. Priftos '(moderate, Inspeatwu dgtafolly Invited, J. mLKJ9 ANp gg ti Pmcs* ctnW

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 15681, 21 December 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6 Issue 15681, 21 December 1914

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