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I AMUSEMENTS. ■CHRISTMAS DAY. COMMENCING AT. 1.30. GOING TILL. 10 p.m. 'WITHOUT STOPPING. THE RING’S T HEATER PULLERS’ CONTINUQ.US PICTURES. Extensive Alterations have been Effected, ■ and we ave now ■ ’ EIGHT UP TO DATE. Come Along and S'eo Our Pictures. EVERY D AY 1.30 TO 10 P. M. A Competent and Careful Staff will Look After the Kiddies.' IVo are Submitting a , SPECIAL CHRISTMAS PROGRAMME TO-MORROW. TO-MORROW. A CHOICE SELECTION OF FILMS. REMEMBER! AVE COMMENCE AT 1.30 P.M. GOING ALL DAY GOING ALL DAY WITHOUT STOPPING UNTIL 10 p.m. 10 p.m. 10 p.m. 10 p.m. ADULTS, 6d. • CHILDREN. 3d. JJIS MAJESTY’S THEATRE. Lessees: George Willoughby, Limited. Managing Director ... George Willoughby. EVER OPEN DOOR. Commencing EVER OPEN DOOR. BOXING NIGHT. EVER OPEN DOOR. Box Plan Now Open EVER OPEN DOOR. at the DRESDEN. GEORGE WILLOUGHBY'S DRAMATIC COMPANY, Headed by GEORGE CROSS and' Miss YERA BEMEE, And including the Pick of Australia’s Artists. Beautiful Scenery, Pretty Dresses, and Unexceptional Acting. EVER OPEN DOOR Will only bo Played for Four Nights, as Two Other Dramas are Ho be Staged during tho Season. AVAR PRICES. 3s, 2s, Is. WAR PRICES. And No Charges for WAR PRICES. Booking. WAR PRICES. PLAN AT DRESDEN. Earlies as usual at Jlicobs’s, Tobacconist. Manager George Duller. SEAMEN’S CHRISTMAS GATHERING , AND TEA. THE 41st ANNUAL GATHERING will lake place (n.v.) in the Dunedin Choral Hall on CHRISTMAS NIGHT (Friday), December 25tb, 1914, at 6 o’clock. All Seamen in Harbor, on Board Ship, or Boardinghouse cordially invited. Also friends specially interested in ibis .Mission AVork. A. B. FALCONER, Sailors’ Missionary. CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS. NORTH SPIT AND MAORI KAIK. FRIDAY, 25th. SATURDAY. 26th. SUNDAY, 27th. Circumstances Permitting, g S. “MAHENO” Will leave Dunedin at 10 a.m., returning 4 p.m. 34 Allies Cruise of the Harbor for Is. DUNEDIN FERRY COMPANY, LIMITED. M ID D L E MARCH f SPORTS. TRAIN SERVICE SUITS EVERYBODY. Excursion Faros. Good Fun. Enjoyable Trip. Post Entries. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS!. POR HOLIDAYS! White Pi.'iuo Skirts, Colored Check Coats, 255; worth 455. Cream Lustres and Sergo Costumes, 355; worth 655. While Pique Blouses, 3s lid. AVhito Voile, Trimmed Lace, 3s lid. AVhite Muslin Blouses, Trimmed Embroidery, 2s lid. ALL THESE BLOUSES ARE AMAZING VALUE, AND AVOBTH AT LEAST DOUBLE PRICE ASKED. SEE AVJNDOAV. KILROY AND SUTHERLAND, i 192 200 Princes street. 1 NEW STYLES IN LADIES’ BAGS. WE HAVE JUST OPENED UP a very fine selection of Ladies’ Bags from the best English houses. We have tbo following modern styles:—Moire, Mirror. Kodak, Sabertash, Burlington, and Trapeze, in hard-grained Moroccos, Seal, Suedes, and Puma Calf. Every bag guaranteed. Prices moderate. Inspection cordially invited. J. WILKIE AND CO., Princes street. USEFUL CHRISTMAS PRESENTS IN FOOTWEAR AT THE CITY BOOT PALACE. We have one of tho Largest Stocks of Ladies’ and Gents’ High-grade Boots and Shoes to select from, in all tho Latest Shapes and Styles. JUST ARRIVED, ' Another Shipment of LADLES* WHITE BUCKSKIN BUTTON BOOTS, LADIES’ WHITE BUCKSKIN BUTTON SHOES'. LADIES’ WHITE CANVAS ANKLE-BAND SHOES. LADIES’ WHITE CANVAS BUTTON SHOES. LADIES’ WHITE CANVAS COURT SHOES. Also, a Large Variety of LADIES’ and GENTS* LEATHER SLIPPTRS, Tan or Black, from the Best British Makers. CHILDREN’S FOOTWEAR in Abundance. Glace or Patent Ankle-band Shoes, Patent Langtry Shoes, Glace Lace or Button Shoes, Shoeltcs in Tan or Black Chrome or Leather Soles. ALL AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. We Invito you to Call and See these Goods. Wishing all our Nunierus Customers THE COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON. CITY BOOT PALACE, Comer of GEORGE and ST. ANDREW STREETS. XMAS PRESENTS. ARE YOU BUYING YOURS YET? We have a Splendid Selection of GIFTS here for LADIES and CHILDREN, including the Latest Novelties in FANCY GOODS, besides Articles for Personal Wear. OUR PRICES REPRESENT BIG BARGAINS. TTNIQUE STORES, STUART STREET, “ FOR XMAS BARGAINS.” ■J7I RED WALKER PRESENTS HIS COMPLIMENTS To his Friends on the FLAT, and will be Pleased to Renew their Acquaintance at tho KING EDWARD SWEET STORE, ■ Adjoining the Theatre. THE NEW AMERICAN SODA FOUNTAIN Is Now Open at 1 THE SAVOY. npHE SODA FOUNTAIN is one of tho JU Most Papular Institutions in tho Unitea States and the big cities of Australia. Its Delicious Drinks take the pfcsce of Afternoon Tea during the Summer, being Cool, Rsfreshiug, Novel, and Most Enjoyable. Ice Cream Sodas, - with Pure Fruit Flavors /with or without Straws). Exquisite , Beverages, varieties, 6d per glass, serred. wiih Biscuits.. THE SAVOY, ‘‘Restaurant de Luxe,’' Moray place (comer Princes street).

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4, Evening Star, Issue 15684, 24 December 1914

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