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I amusements. AMUSEMENTS. pLAZA Pictures. Daily : 1 o'clock to 5.30; 6.30 to 10.15. AN ALL-STAE^ROGRAMME, Headed'bv the B. and C. Special Feature, REVOLUTION. A Gloriously-set Picture, REVOLUTION, the Scenery being unsurREVOLUTION. passed. ' Over 1,000 people REVOLUTION. in the Cost. REVOLUTION. Adapted from the Famous Novel ‘A KING'S ROMANCE.’ A Royal Coach Blown to Atoms is ono of the many exciting incidents in this sensational picture. , REVOLUTION. A - Great Military REVOLUTION. Drama which should ' REVOLUTION. appeal to all. BEAUTY COMPETITION. BEAUTY COMPETITION. BEAUTY COMPETITION. A Moving Picture of tho First and Second Competitors of each series of slides will bo presented at All Sessions To-day and Tosight. WAR NEWS. WAR NEWS. WAR NEWS. WAR NEWS. Direct From the Front. Canadians on Salisbury Plains—Princess Patricia Presents Her Colors to Her Remnant.—Australian Troops Leaving to Fight i for the Empire.—Red Gross Ship Leaves America with 160 Nurses and Doctors for the War Hospitals of Europe. Supporting Series include LAND OF HINDOO Travel Pimple’s Fire of London ... I,oooft Comic Prices: ADULTS, 6d; CHILDREN, 3d. NOTE. —‘ Revolution ’ will be Screened Day Sessions 1.30 and 3.45; Evening Sessions, 7 and 9 o'clock. A RIOTOUS FEAST OP AMUSEMENT. QUEEN’S THEATRE. PERPETUAL' PICTURE PALACE. Daily: Noon till 10.30 p.m. (non-stop). TWO PICTURE LUMINARIES TO-DAY. A Vigorous Vitagraph Drama, featuring —-MAURICE COSTELLO MAURICE COSTELLO (The Ladies' Idol) in HER BIG SCOOP A Newspaper Story of Real Life and Intrigues in Society Circles. Another Infectious Keystone Comedy, with that Prince of Comedian*, CHARLES CHAPLIN,CHARLES CHAPLIN, CHARLES CHAPLIN,—— v In the Leading Role, entitled THE FACE on tho BAR. ROOM FLOOR. THE FACE on the BAR ROOM FLOOR. THE FACE on the BAR ROOM FLOOR. THE FACE on tho BAR ROOM FLOOR. THE PACE on tho BAR ROOM FLOOR. THE FACE on tho BAR BOOM FLOOR. . From 4.30 p.m., THE EVACUATION GHENT AND OF OSTEND. Tho Allied Army in Belgium.—Tho Warwickshire Regiment Returning to Ostend.—Belgian Soldiers Firing at a Tauhe.—Refugees Waiting Outside Maritime Station.—Our Heroic Soldiers Returning to the Haven of Rest. England.—Driven Out by tho Huns, tho Women and Children are Being Well Cared For by the British. Supporting Subjects include; While the Tide Was Rising (Edison Drama). Tho Joko on Jano (Beauty Comedy). Wireless From the War (Topical). TOPICAL BUDGET (No. 165). ONE PRICE TO ALL PARTS: ADULTS, SIXPENCE. CHILDREN, 3d. DUNEDIN JOCKEY CLUB. SUMMER MEETING, 1914. SATURDAY (BOXING DAY) AND MONDAY, 26th and 28th DECEMBER. FIP.ST RACE AT 12.15 p.m. EACH DAY. ADMISSION: Grounds, Is (including outside stand); Grand Stand, 10s extra. Tickets available at Railway Station. A limited number of Tickcla at 2s 6d extra will be issued, admitting to..Members' "Stand. Children under 12 years of ago not admitted. TRAIN SERVICE. Leave Dunedin for Wingatui at 9.10, 9-25, 10,25, 11.15, 11.18, 11.30, 11.38, 11.46, Leave Wingatui for Dunedin at 5.5, 5.15, 5.23, 5.31, and 5.39. Return Faro, including Admission to Grounds, 2s 6d each. H. L. JAMES, Secretary. GREAT HOLIDAY ATTRACTION. TROTTING MEETING AT GORE p.\ BOXING DAY (SATURDAY), Z6th DECEMBER. Pasacneers by tho First Express will be in time for the First Race, which Starts at 1.15 p.m. ■ RECORD ACCEPTANCES. GOOD SPORT. EXCURSION FARES BY ALL TRAINS. J. LATHAM, Secretary. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. IF YOUR CHRISTMAS PUZZLE -HAS NOT YET BEEN SOLVED, COME TO PENROSE’S BAZAAR. THE GREATEST GATHERING OP SUITABLE GIFTS IN THE CITY IS THERE. STOCKS WERE NEVER SO COMPLETE AND THE PRICES NEVER SO ATTRACTIVE. A STUDY OF OUR WINDOW DISP LAYS WILT, CERTAINLY HELP YOU, Tho crowds are becoming larger, and each day this busy place gets more popular ,moil" Christmas Shoppers. Do not put off your buying another hour; come now vhilc°iho selection is so good. It's a positive facts you will be more satisfied by o doin". You will also meet your friends at Penrose s. There’s where the crowds ire. It's a delightful store to shop in. . A further attraction is made this year by tho big reductions given oft all Fancy linens and Drawn-thread Work. ’ , We are making these reductions big because of our great rebuilding work now going m. All goods likely to damage must be cleared. ART LINENS, ART NEEDLEWORK, DRAWN-THREAD WORK, EMBROIDERY WORK, LACE WORK. ILL MAKE DELIGHTFUL PRESENTS. NOWHERE IS THERE SUCH A DISPLAY AS AT PENROSE’S. . PILLOWSKAMS. ?RILLED PILLOWSHAMS, Pull Size, beautifully Embroidered and Drawn-thread Work. Usual prices, 4s 6d, ss, 5s 6d, 6s 6d each. . , , XOW 2s 9d. 3s 6d. 3s lid. 4s 9d each. ®W EMBROIDERED AND HEMSTITCHED PILLOWSHAMS, with 4in Hemstitch all round. Usual prices, ss, 6s. NOW 3s 6d, 4s lid. TRAYCLOTHS.. Jin x 30in LINEN TRAYCLOTHS. Hemstitched, handsome designs in Drawn-thread and Embroidered Work. Usual prices, 4«, 4s lid. NOW 2s lid, 3s 6d. SEE WINDOWS. UPERIOR QUALITY LINEN TRAYCLOTHS, Hand Embroidered and Drawn-thread Work; sizes 30 x 30!u. Usual prices, 9s 6d, 11s 6d, 12s 6J. NOW 5s 6d, 7s 6cl, 8s 6d. 6iu x 36iu. Usual prices, 9s 6d, 11s 6d, 13s fld. W. PENROSE AND CO.. GEORGE STREET. IN THE NICK O’ TIME FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. 100 BEAUTIFUL WHITE EMBROIDERED BEDSPREADS AT ONE-THIRD REGULAR PRICE. One Hundred of them; that is all. Some are in the window, that you may have a look at them and judge for yourself. 20 BEDSPREADS, for Double Beds, with centrepiece of Lace and Embroidery. Usual price* 15s. 5s lid. 20 BEDSPREADS, for Double Bods; well Covered with Embroidery. Usual price, 17s 6(1. ’ NOW, 8s lid. 20 BEDSPREADS. Usual price 255. NOW 16s 6d. Lot 3 is a Real Snip in BEST-QUALITY COLORED BEDSPREADS, all Guaranteed Fast Colors. Usual price, 17s 6d. NOW 5s 6d. T, 0 t 4.—PRINTED BEDSPREADS, on Heavy Linen., Special; fast colors. Usual price, 21s. NOW 7s 6d. For a Christmas or Woddlng Present nothing Is more acceptable; your money Is rarely put to such a Profitable Investment or earns such a Good Return. WHITE SATIN BED QUILTS (Fine Marcella). The Waimana Quilt is a Presentation Quilt; a splendid Quilt in every way for a Double Bed. Usual pnce^2l^ WHITE TOILET QUILTS, for Double Beds. , . NOW 10s 6d and 120 6d each. 12 only EXTRA-HEAVY HONEYCOMB QUILTS, Large Size, for Double Beds. Usual price 15s. NOW 10s 6d. ' 50 HONEYCOMB WHITE BED QUILTS, Heavy Makes, for Single Beds. Usual price, 7s 6d. 4s lid. W. PENROSE AND CO., GEORGE STREET. LAMB! LAMB! LAMB I Why «o without a Good Joint for Xmas Dinner when you can obtain aarae from me at practically Cost Price? Stop! Cash over tho counter. BEEP and MUTTON at Usual Low Prices. LAMB—Hindquarters CHEAP. LAMB.—Forequarters CHEAP. LAMB.—Sides CHEAP. ROAST BEEF from 5d lb. LEGS MUTTON from 5d lb. PORK, 7d and 8d lb. All Meat at Equally Low Prices. J. W. THOMAS, 74 STUART STREET. FOR SALE, Latest model motor cycle and SIDE-CAR COMBINATION. Address “INDIAN,” care of ‘Star’ Office. SUITABLE CHRISTMAS PRESENTS', Including the Latest Novelties in NECKWEAR, GLOVES, HOSIERY. BLOUSES, HANDKERCHIEF©, SPORTS COATS. ONE-PIECE DRESSES. NEW STYLES IN LADIES’ BAGS. WE HAVE JUST OPENED UP a very fine selection of Ladies’ Bags from the best English houses. We have the following modem atylca-.—Moire, Mirror. Kodak, Sabertash. Burlington, and Trapeze, in hard-grained Moroccos, Beal, Suedes, and Puma Calf. Every bag guaranteed. Prices moderate. Inspection cordially'invited. J. WILKIE AND CO., Princes street. HOLIDAY RESORTS. Subscribers can obtain their * STAR ’ REGULARLY -on the Day of Issue at Stations on tho NORTH and SOUTH RAILWAY LINES from the following Agents ; Purakanui Waitati Evansdalc . Warrington Seacliff Pukoteraki Waikouaili Goodwood . Palmerston Mr G. Fletcher. Mr MT,eod. Mr Johnston. ...Mr J. Malcolm. Mr Beal. • ••• Mr Apes . Mr S. 11. Smith. Mr Dempsey. Mr D. Teviotdale. Brighton Mrs Coutls. Henley Mr E. Smith. Otokift Air Lccdham. Berwick Mr Robinson. Waihola Mr Williamson. Outram Mr W. C. Grant. Mosgicl Air Snell. OUR STYLES AND PRICES CANNOT BE BEATEN. AND R. WOODS, LTD., 13-15 PRINCES STREET (Opposite Herbert, Haynes’s). THE OTAGO MOTOR CLUB will give £5 REWARD for INFORAIATION leading to CONVICTION of PERSON or PERSONS DAMAGING or DESTROYING ROAD SIGNS. ' No Names Disclosed if Information Supplied to POLICE DEPARTMENT. AJ.L ALTERATIONS OF DISPLAY .A. advertisements Must he HANDED IN to the Office BEFORE 11 O’CLOCK, of the PRECEDING DAY, Macandrews 3lr Hinklcy. Broad Bay Mr Duff. Portobello Air Aloss. BRIGHTON. —To Let, Furnished Crib. Address “Brighton.’’ ‘Star’ Office. TO LET, at Alexandra, very comfortable Furnished Cottage for-one month or more. Apply 123 Stuart street, Dunedin. SPORTING. , Sports, middlemarch, January i. 1915. WILLIAAIS BROS,, LIGHT LUNCHEON, . Is. Also, FRUIT, CORDIALS, and CONPECTIONERY, CIGARETTES.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5, Evening Star, Issue 15682, 22 December 1914

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