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AMUSEMENTS. ‘HOME, SWEET HOME.* ’Mid pleasure and palaces Though Aire may roam, Be it ever so humble, There’s no place like home. OCTAGON",' HAYWARDS’ HAYWARDS’ ART PICTURE. TO-NIGHT, at 8 o’clock. WAR SERIES: The Evacuation of GHENT and OSTEND, Allies in Belgium.—French Marines. —Warwickshire Regiment. l —Royal Naval Officers. —Belgians Firing at Aeroplane.—Terrorstricken Refugees.—Guarding Against Spies. At ‘HOME, SWEET HOME.’ 8.20, ‘ HOME, SWEET HOME.’ A Photo-drama of world-wide sentiment, of beautiful motive, imbued with the genius of the great D. \V. Griffiths, the WORLD’S PARAMOUNT PICTURE PRODUCER. Pioturisation of the song that has reached all hearts and its influence over the WHITE-HOT PASSIONS OP MEN AND WOMEN. A Heart Drama. STRUGGLES OF LIFE AND LOVE, 6,000 Feet. 6 ACTS. 6,000 Feet. In 6 Wonderful Reels. A Picture with a Real Emotion. A Treat for Young and Old. A CHRISTMAS BOOM. ‘HOME, SWEET HOME.’ It is a Certain Recipe for Happiness. A Photo-play that overlaps what you have felt or thought. Gives a quickening emotion to the soul, with its human and spiritual teaching. BEAUTIFUL ORCHESTRAL MUSIC. Stalls, 6d; D.C.. Is; Reserves, Is 6d, Dresden, 9to 5. 'Phono 3,091 open 6.30. AMUSEMENTS. A RIOTOUS FEAST OF AMUSEMENT. QUEEN'S THEATRE. PERPETUAL PICTURE PALACE. Daily: Noon til! 10.30 p.m. (non-stop). TWO PICTURE LUMINARIES TO-DaT, A Vigorous Vitagtaph Drama, featuring MAURICE COSTELLO MAURICE COSTELLO MAURICE COSTELLO (The Ladies’ Idol) in HER BIG SCOOP A Newspaper Siorr of Real Life and Intrigues in Society Circles. Another Infectious Keystone Comedy, with that Prince 'of Comedians, CHARLES CHAPLIN, CHARLES CHAPLIN. CHARLES CHAPLIN, In the Loading Role, entitled THE FACE on the BAR ROOM FLOOR. THE FACE on the BAR ROOM FLOOR. THE FACE on the BAR ROOM FLOOR. THE PACE on the BAR ROOM FLOOR. THE FACE on the BAR ROOM FLOOR. THE FACE on iho BAR ROOM FLOOR. From 4.50 p.m., THE EVACUATION GHENT AND OP OSTEND. The Allied Army in Belgium.—The Warwickshire Regiment Returning to (Mend. —Belgian Soldiers Firing at a Taube. —Refugees Waiting Outside Maritime Station.—Our / Heroic Soldiers Returning to tlic» Huven of ! Rest. England—Driven Out by the Huns, the Women and Children are Being Well Cared For by the British. Supporting Subjects include; While the Tide Was Rising (Edison Drama). The Joke on Jane (Beauty Comedy). Wireless From the War (Topical). TOPICAL BUDGET (No. 153). ONE PRICE TO ALL PARTS; ADULTS. SIXPENCE. CHILDREN, 3d. DUNEDIN JOCKEY CLUB. SUMMER MEETING, 1914. SATURDAY (BOXING DAY) AND MONDAY, 251h and 28th DECEMBER. FIRST RACE AT 12.15 p.m. EACH DAY. ADMISSION: Grounds, Is (including outride stand): Grand Stand. 10- extra. Tickets available at Railway Station. A limited number of Tickets at 2s 6d extra will he issued, admitting to Members’ Stand. Children under 12 years of age not admitted. TRAIN SERVICE. Leave Dunedin for Wiugatui at 9.10, 9.25, 10.25, 11.15, 11.18, 11.30, 11.38, 11.46, 12.15, and 1.15. Leave Wingalui for Dunedin at 5.5, 515, 5.23, 5.31, and 5.39. Return Faro, including Admission to Grounds, 2s 6d each. H. L. JAMES, Secretary.

TO LET. TO LET, comfortable 5-roomed House, also a 6-roomed House; hj. and c. and every convenience. Apply 534 Castle street. TO LET, new 7-roomed Dwelling, modern conveniences, view; close Kaikorai tram. Masterton and Son, Kaikorai. TO LET, 7-roomed House (No. 6 Jones street); every convenience. Apply 54 Leith street, or 10 Lees street. TO LET, 4-roomed House (good repair), near Dunedin Railway Station; good green; Bs. 33 Athol place. 0 LET (BelleknowesjTNico DWELLING; electric light, drained to sewer; recently renovated; will let cheap to good tenant. Apply 125 Stuart street. T~ 0 LET, nice large, sunny Unfurnished ■Front Room, 2 Furnished Rooms. 48 Cumberland street, WANTED To Lot, Front Room, with fireplace (furnished or unfurnished); suit elderly lady. 97 Albany street. BUNGALOW; electric, hot and cold, bath, sewer drained; 15s. Mills street (near Young street), tSt. Kihia. _ TO LET (Roslyu), Furnished House, five rooms, all conveniences; sunny locality, near car. Box 251, Dunedin. 4 -ROOM Brick House, stables, 55 Maclaggau; 2 Furnished Rooms, 3-room Cottage, 153 Castle. "Phone 420. TENDERS. DUNEDIN CITY COUNCIL. TENDERS FOR ALTERATIONS, TOWN HALL. TENDERS will be received by the undersigned until 5 o’clock p.m. on MONDAY. the 21st December, 1914, for the SUPPLY and ERECTION of PARTITIONS and DOORS in the Town Hall, Dunedin. Plans and specification may he seen at the Office of the City Building Smveyor. G. A. LEAVIN', Town Clerk. Dunedin, Bth December. 1914. DUNEDIN CITY COUNCIL. GRASS-CUTTING ON WATER RESERVES. 4 rpENDERS for the above RIGHTS will be X received by the undersigned until 5 o'clock p.m. on WEDNESDAY, the 6th January, 1915. Full particulars may be, obtained and the specification and plans seen at the Office of the City Engineer, Town Hall, G. A. LEAVIN', Town Clerk. Dunedin, 17th December, 1914. DIVIDENDS. THE NATIONAL BANK OP NEAV ZEALAND, LIMITED. CAPITAL AUTHORISED ... £3,000,000 CAPITAL SUBSCRIBED „ ... £2,250,000 CAPITAL PAID UP £750,000 RESERVE FUND £665,000 AN INTERIM DIVIDEND for" the Halfyear ended 30th September last, at the '.rate of Twelve (12) per cent, per annum, has | been Declared by the Directors, am! will he Paid to Shareholders in the Dominion on the 4th Januorv, 1915. D. AV. DUTHIE, Acting General Manager. Wellington, 21st December, 1914. RISING SUN GOLD DRUDGING COMPANY, LIMITED. DIVIDEND. (TAKE DIRECTORS of Rising Sun G.D. A Co., Limited, have Declared a Dividend (the fiftieth) of Is per Share, and the same j is Pavable on the 19th DECEMBER, 1914. j V CHARLES RAY, Secretary. i 1 Rising Sun G.D. Co., Limited. | CORPORATION NOTICES. DUNEDIN CITY COUNCIL. REFUSE REMOVAL DURING HOLIDAYS. PUBLIC NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that during the Christmas and New Year Holidays the usual service for the Removal of Refuse will bo maintained with the exception of that in ROSLYN WARD, where the Refuse usually removed on Friday will bo collected on the preceding day (Thursday) in each week. G. A. LEWIN, Town Clerk, Dunedin, 17th December, 1914. ELECTION NOTICES. LICENSING POLL, 1914. DECLARATION oFIICENSING POLL. LICENSING DISTRICT OF DUNEDIN. IN Pursuance of the Licensing Act, 1908, I HEREBY GIVE PUBLIC NOTICE that at tho Licensing Poll taken under the provisions of tho said Act tho number of valid Azotes recorded for each proposal submitted under Section 3 of the Licensing Amendment Act, 1910, was as follows : For the proposal that licenses be granted in the district 12,499 For the proposal that no license* be granted in the district 10,314 The, total number of valid Votes recorded at the poll was 22,813, and os the number of valid Votes recorded in favor of tho proposal that no licenses be granted m tbs district is less than three-fifths of tho total number of valid Votes recorded, I hereby declare that proposal to bo not carried. Dated at Dunedin this Slrt day of December, 1914. H. MAXWELL, Returning Officer. CIGARETTES made from Red Jacket Tobacco draw easily, burn coolly, evenly. vfTHAT Mob appreciate; VV son’s No. 10 Whisky, A gluri fcl WatJrtflVß him a Pipe for Xma*»»Lo«wo, fXvw, G.E.D.. 8.8.8., etjc,: great

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 15681, 21 December 1914

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