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AMUSEMENTS. 1.30 TO 10 P.M. NON-STOP THE RING’S JEEATKE. FULLERS’ CONTINUOUS PICTURES. 1.30 p.m. DAILY to 10 p.m. (NON-STOP). A MAGNIFICENT PROGRAMME To Inaugurate Our New Venture, LATEST WAR SPECIALS. EVACUATION OP GHENT AND OSTEND. Allies in Belgium.—French Marines.—Warwickshire Regiment.—Royal Naval Officers. —Belgians Firing at Aeroplane.—TerrOrstricken Refugees.—Guarding Against Spies. —Exciting Incidents. PATHE WAR GAZETTE. Brimful of Stirring War News. OUR BIG LIST. THE DEBT. One of THE DEBT. LUBIN’S THE DEBT. 6 Best. BLUE COYOTE'S CHERRY CROP (Edison Drama). PANORAMA OF BELGIUM (Delightful Scenic). A SCREAMING KEYSTONE. KEYSTONE. KEYSTONE. FATAL SWEET TOOTH. FATAL SWEET TOOTH. You Will Have to Laugh at This. DON’T FORGET. WE START AT 1.30 P.M. WR START AT 1.59 P.M. And Do Not Stop Till 10 p.m. NO ADVANCE IN PRICES: ADULTS, 6d. CHILDREN. 3dPRINCESS THEATRE. Direction ... Fuller-Bremian, Ltd. VAUDEVILLE. OPENING NIGHT, MONDAY, DECEMBER 28. MONDAY, DECEMBER 23. 25—STAR ARTISTS—2S. Special Exclusive Engagement from THE PALLADIUM, LONDON. HERMAN and SHIRLEY. This Great HERMAN and SHIRLEY. Performance HERMAN and SHIRLEY. mav he HERMAN and SHIRLEY. CLASSED HERMAN and SHIRLEY, among the HERMAN and SHIRLEY FIRST THREE HERMAN and SHIRLEY. BIG ACTS HERMAN and SHIRLEY. Imported by the HERMAN and SHIRLEY. Finn during the HERMAN and SHIRLEY. Last 12 months. 1 ABSOLUTELY One of the Most WEIRD AND SENSATIONAL ACTS EVER put before the Community. WATCH DAILY PRESS TO-MORROW. D.C. and Front Stalls, 2s; Back Stalls, Is; Upper Circle. 6d. P[IS MAJESTY’S THEATRE. Leasees; George Willoughby, Limited. Managing Director ... Mr George Willoughby. GEORGE WILLOUGHBY'S DRAMATIC ! COMPANY. To Commence a Seven Nights’ Season on BOXING NIGHT BOXING NIGHT With the Successful London Drama, ‘ THE EVER OPEN DOOR.’ ‘ THE EVER OPEN DOOR.’ ‘ THE EVER OPEN DOOR.’ With a Magnificent Company, headed by GEORGE CROSS and Miss VERA HF.MEE. Supported by I One of ihe Best Organisations that George Willoughby, Limited, has sent to the Dominion. George Willoughby, Limited, has determined to meet the Strenuous WAR TIMES 1 by giving the public First-class Performances at a Moderate Tariff. NO BOOKING CHARGES. WAR PRICES—3s, 2s, Is. Book your seats WAR PRICES—3s, 2s, Is. in Dress Circle WAR PRICES—3s, 2s, Is. or Front Stalls WAR PRICES—3s, 2s, Is. for 3s, 3s, 3s, ss. WAR PRICES—3s, 2s, Is. No Booking WAR PRICES 3s, 2s, Is. Fees. Box Plan now open at the Dresden. Day Sales at Jacobs's. Eariies as usual. Manager, GEORGE DULLER. Extra ladies wanted GEORGE WILLOUGHBY’S DRAMATIC COMPANY. Ten or 12 Young Ladies Wanted. Apply on Stage, Thursday evening, 5.15, His Majesty's. TO LET. TO LET, comfortable 5-roomed House, also a 6-roomed House; hj. and c. and every convenience. Apply 554 Castle street. TO LET, 7-roomed House (No. 6 Jones street); every convenience. Apply 54 Leith street, or 10 Lees street. Td~LET,~4-roomed 'House (good repair), near Dunedin Railway Station; good green; Bs. 33 Athol place. mO LET (Belloknowes), Nice DWELLING; JL electric light, drained to sewer; recently renovated; will let cheap to good tenant. Apply 123 Stuart street. -ROOM Brick House, stables, 55 Mactaggau; 2 Furnished Rooms, 3-room Cottage, 153 Castle. ’Phone 420. 15 LET, 2 Unfurnished Rooms, with conveniences. Apply 115 Richardson street, St. Clair. TIO LET, 6-roomcd House, Macandrew road; all conveniences. Sievwright, James, and Kichol. TO LET, 8-roomod House, Maclaggan street; all conveniences. Sievwrigbt. James, and Nichol. qnO LET, New Shop, 24 x 14, with small X room and all conveniences; electric light, gas. Apply manager King Edward Theatre, South Dunedin. mo LET, Queen street, Modem Furnished JL Residence; 8 rooms, every pos.-iblc convenience. Alex. Harris, auctioneer. nSTO LET (St. Clait). ideal Residence; deeJL trie light., sewer drained; with good section; handy to car; splendid opportunity to get a summer residence in this favorite suburb. Apply 125 Stuart street. Dunedin. mO LET, Furnished Two-roorued Cottage. JL 18 Prcndergart street,, South Dunedin. LOST AND FOUND. LOST, Packet containing gloves and handkerchiefs fiom Herbert, Haynes's. Reward returning to Win. Elder, chemist, George street. LOST (Princes street , near Dowling si reel), ■ small Parcel clean collars. Kindly leave Levy, tailor, next dispensary. LOST, Swan Fountain Pen. Reward on returning J. Wright, Cargill road. lOST, between Queen’s Theatre and J Wharf Hotel, Gold Wristlet Watch. Reward returning Wharf Hotel. LOST, small Parcel containing spoons; reward. Bay View Hotel. T OST, Bicycle, Friday night, south end; reward. Chas. Saxby, Crawford street. LOST, Gold Brooch (3 stones, amethyst centre, 2 cairngorms): good reward. Esquilant, photographer. Princes street. LOST, last evening (Friday), One Gallah Parrot, from No. 15 York place; rcwa rd. LOST, last Wednesday, between Egliaton road and Gardens, Gold Brooch; reward. Communicate telephone 3,567. LOST, Sunday morning, between Roslyn and Lower Stuart street, Gold Pincenez. Reward on leaving glasses with Mr P. Dick, jeweller, Moray place. BTRAYED front 79 Stafford street, Collie Sheep Dog. Finder rewarded. FOUND, a Coat. ’ Phone 702, or address “ Coat,” *Star ’ Office. FOUND. —Safety Razors—Auto-strop. Gillette, etc.; " extra blades and strops. At Beard's, Plaza, George street. FOUND. —Shepherd, The Outfitter, corner George and Hanover streets, Open until 9 o’clock to-night. OUND.—Shepherd, Tho Outfitter, corner George and Hanover streets, Open until 9 o'clock to-night. TJWOUND. —C. W. Esses end Go. at A-M.P. Jj Buildings selling Fruit and British Confectionery Game prices as Icca.l article. 'Phone 3.333. FOUND, —Xmas Poultry; Order at once. Stewart's. Turkeys, Roasting and Boiling Fowls, Goslings, Ducks. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. JACKSON’S Private Hotel, Dowling street. Dinner 12 till 2; Tea, sto 7; Socials and Parties catereiji for; committed room. First-class AeconnnsJytion Visitors. /ftLADStONE' HOUSE. Mo r«r place vJT (’phone 43,180).—8e5t Accommodation visitors; personal supervision. Moss and' M'Pbcrson. _ ' FURNISHED Rooms, with part Board, Wanted hv Gentleman. Address Pownall, P.O. Box 358.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 15682, 22 December 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7 Issue 15682, 22 December 1914

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