AMUSEMENTS. ‘HOME, SWEET HOME.’ A Brilliant Success. Patrons Delighted. Book Early Dresden, la 6d, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. rjljJE OCTAGON 7 , HAYWARDS’ Again TO-NIGHT, at 8, HAYWARDS’ ART PIOTUEH. ‘ HOME, SWEET HOME ’ ‘HOME, SWEET HOME.’ A Beautiful Song. A Glorious Photo-play. ‘HOME, SWEET HOME’ Is an Enchantment of the Screen. ‘HOME, SWEET HOME;'^ John Howard Payne’s Song Visualised in a Six-part Griffith-Reliauce ’Production. TO-NIGHT, until Saturday Night, And usual Saturday Afternoon. MATINEE, CHRISTMAS DAY, at 2-30. CHRISTMAS NIGHT, at 8 o’clock. A Magnificent Production. A Play that Strikes Home. GLORIOUS MUSIO. fid and Is.. Reserves Dresden, Is fid, TYING EDWARD THEATRE, SOUTH DUNEDIN. Daily s 1.30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Continuously. We Pleaae Those Who Want the Best. , TO-DAY I TO-DAY! The Reliance Company Present a Delight, fully Pleasing Dramatic Attraction, ‘ IN THE NICK OP TIME.’ ‘IN THE NICK OP TIME.’ ‘ IN THE NICK OF TIME.’ ‘ IN THE NICK OP TIME.’ • IN THE NICK OP TIME.’ ‘ln the Nick of Time,’ as it unfolds on the screen, holds one’s attention as by bands of iron, and tells a touching story of gratitude and devotion. The scene is laid In the Wild and Woolly West-, and there is in this dramatic incident that wealth of passion and intrigue which convinces; whilst the scenic gettings, rich in their composition and delightful'to the eye, axe wedded to flawless photography. Supporting Subjects include; Love and Flames Lubin Comedy Dishing Diok’s Dishwater ... Chicago Comic Storm and Calm on the Coast of Sicily Lucca Scenic Blue Coyote’s Cherry Crop.... Edison Drama The Pathe Gazette (No. 293), which contains, amongst other subjects: Dusky Comrades from India on the Move in France.—German Field Kitchen Captured by Belgian Infantry.—Honoring Lord Nelson’s Memory on Anniversary of Trafolgor.—Loudon’s Special Constables, etc., etc. Popular Tariff: ADULTS. SIXPENCE; CHILDREN. 3d. To All Parts of Our Artistic and Com. raodious Theatre. THE KENNEDYS ARE COMING] THE KENNEDYS ARE COMING !! THE KENNEDYS ARE COMING!!! To rjIHE BURNS HALL. OPEN BOXING NIGHT FOR 7 NIGHTS. Admission : 3s and 2s. Booking at Dresden. DUNEDIN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. X)RIZE-MONBY in connection with the • Summer Show can bo OBTAINED ON APPLICATION at my Office. R. HANNING, Secretary, 1 Dowling street. IDDLEMARCH SPORTS. TRAIN SERVICE SUITS EVERYBODY. Excursion Fares. Good Fun. Enjoyable, Trip. Post Entries. SHOWS. TAIERI AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. ANNUAL SHOW AT MOSGIEL. THURSDAY, 14th JANUARY, 1915. ENTRIES CLOSE Bth JANUARY. A Special Prize of £lO 10s Is offered by a well-known Canterbury Breeder for most points in Draught Horses. Schedules will be posted on application to W. E. M'LEAN, Secretary. Bos 20; ’Phone 25, Mosgiel. ELECTION NOTICES. DECLARATION OF RESULT OF POLL FOR THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OP CHALMERS. I STUART ROSS M'DONALD, Returning , Officer for the Electoral District of Chalmers, do hereby declare the Result of the Poll taken on the 10th day of December, 1914, for the Election of a Member of Parliament for the said district to be as follows : Candidates. Votes Polled. DICKSON, JAMES M‘COLL ... 5.189 MASON, WILLIAM ITARCY ... 2,513 THOMSON, GEORGE SAMUEL 657 Total number of valid votes polled ... 6,369 Number of votes rejected as informal 82 I therefore declare the said JAMES M'COLL DICKSON to be ELECTED. Dated at Port Chalmers this 21st day of December, 1914. S. M'DONALD, Returning Officer. LICENSING POLL, 1914. DECLARATION OF~LICENSING POLL. LICENSING- DISTRICT OF OTAGO CENTRAL. "N Pursuance of the Licensing Act, 1908, . I HEREBY GIVE PUBLIC NOTICE that at the Licensing Poll taken under the provision/, of tho said Act the number of valid Votes recorded for each proposal submitted under Section 3 of the Licensing Amendment Act, 1910. was as follows; For the, proposal that licenses bo granted in the district 3,339 For the proposal that no licenses bo granted in the district 2.358 ae total number of valid Votes recorded ho Poll was 5,698, and as the number of I Votes recorded in favor of the prod that no license be granted in the rict is loss than three-fifths of tho total ibor of valid Votes recorded, I hereby ore that proposal to bo not carried, ated at Nascby this 16th day of Decem--1914. J, A. NORRIE, Returning Officer. LICENSING POLL, 1914. DECLARATION OF LICENSING POLL. LICENSING DISTRICT OP CHALMERS. IN Pursuance of the Licensing Act, 1908, I HEREBY GIVE PUBLIC NOTICE that at the.- Licensing Poll taken under the provisions'’"of the said Act the number of valid Votes 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 3,200 For the proposal that no licenses be granted in the district ... 3,025 The total number of valid Voles recorded at the Foil was 6,225, and as the number of valid Totes recorded in favor of iho proposal that no licenses be granted in the district is Jess than three-fifths of the total number of valid Votes recorded, I hereby declare that proposal to be not carried. Dated at Port Chalmers this 21st day of December, 1914. S.' M'DONALD, Returning Officer. IN order to have tho ‘Star’ out in good time, it is found impossible to classify Advertisements that come in after noon. After, this hour they cannot be classifiedWo would therefore request Advertisers to kindly bear this in mind, and fiend in their Orders Early,
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