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AMUSEMENTS. A RIOTOUS FEAST? OF AMUSEMENT. QUEERS 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 MAURICE COSTELLO (Tho Ladies' Idol) in ■' HER BIC SCOOP. A Newspaper Story 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 Leading Role, entitled THE FACE on the BAR ROOM FLOOR. THE FACE ou the BAR ROOM FLOOR. THE FACE on the BAR ROOM FLOOR. THE FACE on the BAR ROOM FLOOR. THE EVACUATION GHEN^AND AUTHENTIC SCENES FROM THE EUROPEAN WAR. Supporting Subjects include: While tho Tide Was Rising (Edison Drama). The Joke on Jane (Beauty Comedy). Wireless From the War (Topical). TOPICAL BUDGET (No. 165). ONE PRTCE TO ALL PARTS: ADULTS, SIXPENCE. CHIIJMIEN, 3d. RINCESS THEATRE. Fuller-Brennan, Ltd. VAUDEVILLE. ■ MONDAY NEXT, DECEMBER 28. Tho Vaudeville Season is approaching:. Why not Get in Early to the Dresden and Reserve •vour Seat? No Extra Charge. YOU'RE SURE TO BE PLEASED. Amongst our Big Attractions are THE MAGPIES'. THE MAGPIES. THE MAGPIES. THE MAGPIES. THE' MAGPIES. THE MAGPIES. THE MAGPIES. THE MAGPIES. THE MAGPIES. THE MAGPIES. THE MAGPIES. THE MAGPIES. THE MAGPIES. Including tho FAMOUS LYRICAL 4, A Most Gifted and' Refined Musical Comedy Company of STEVEN STAR ARTISTS. THE MAGPIES. 7 SINGING BIRDS. Watch To-morroTv'e Papers. D.C. and Front Stalls, 2s; Back Stalls, Is; Upper Circle, 6d. "IS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. Lossoes: George Willottghby, Limited. Managing Director ... Mr George Willoughby. THE GEORGE WILLOUGHBY DRAMATIC COMPANY OPENS ON BOXING NIGHT With au organisation and Aggregation of Artists, Headed bv GEORGE CROSS and Miss VERA REMEE. that have never been excelled in the Dominion previously. BOX PLAN IS NOW OPEN. BOOK YOUR SEATS WITHOUT CHARGE. OPENING PIECE. 'THE EVER OPEN DOOR.' Which has been Running in London for some considerable time, and is still the rage. WAR PRICES: AVAR PRICES: 3s, 2s, Is. •WAR PRICES: And No Charges for Booking. Earlies as Usual at Jacobs'a. EXTRA LADIES WANTED WILLOUGHBY'S DRAMATIC COMPANY. Ten or- 12 Young Ladies Wanted. Be on Stage 5.15 Thursday Evening. SEAMEN'S CHRISTMAS GATHERING AND TEA. "TtHF. 41st ANNUAL GATHERING will _L take place (d.v.) in the Duncdin Choral Hall on CHRISTMAS NIGHT (Friday), December 25th, 1914, at 6 o'clock. All Seamen in Harbor, on Board Ship, or Boardinghouse cordially invited. Also friends specially interested in this Mission Work. A. R. FALCONER, Sailors' Missionary. CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS. NORTH SPIT A~ND MAORI KAIK. FRIDAY, 25 th. SATURDAY, 26th. SUNDAY, 27th. Circumstances Permitting, SS. "MAHENO" Will leave Duncdin at 10 a.m., returning 4 p.m. 34 Miles Cruise of the Harbor for Is. DUNEDIN FERRY COMPANY, LIMITED. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. XMAS—CIFTS WANTED—XMAS ;OU SHOULD SEE OUR UP-TO-DATE, RELIABLE BRITISH AND AMERICAN SOLID VALUE AND SOLID LEATHER FOOTWEAR .just landed). SIMON'S CONTINENTAL BOOT DEPOT, PRINCES STREET, DUNEDIN* (Opposite Poft Office). CIFTS FOR FATHER. Men's Sit-in-ease Slippers in Black, Tan, or Maroon. Boots or Shoes in Black, Tan, Patent, or Blood Red. FOR MOTHER. Home Comfort Slippers in Black, Tan. or Colors to match dresses. Boots or Shoes, health shape, in all tho finest and newFOR BOYS AND GIRLS. Sandals, Shoettes. and Seaside Shoes. Little Women's and Gents' Hoofs and Shoes in Tan, Patent. White, and Colors. FOR ALL SPOUTS : TENNIS, BOWLING, BATHING, AND CRICKET BOOTS AND SHOES. >IANO REPAIRING at REDUCED RATES to enable us to keep hands jug. "F. HOWF.LT> AKD CO., Octagon and Bath street. uyt'iing jxisl because vour Grandiw IMPROVEMENT IS THE ORDER OF THE AGE. LANES' CARBONATED WATERS ARE RIGHT UP TO DATE. MANUFACTURED FROM OUR BLUE ROCK SPRING. Telephone 47.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4, Evening Star, Issue 15683, 23 December 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 Evening Star, Issue 15683, 23 December 1914