AMUSEMENTS. TTING EDWARD • THEATRE, SOUTH DUNEDIN’. Dailv :; J..30 p.nK till 10 p.m. . CONTINUOUS PICTURES. ; ' CONTINUOUS -PICTURES. —TO-DAY.-- —TO-NIGHT. TO-DAY.— , TO-NIGHT. The Success of Three Continents. There’s HOME. SWEET HOME. There’s No HOME, SWEET HOME. No Piaco HOME, SWEET HOME. Place Like. HOME. SWEET HOME.’ Like Home. ‘HOME, SWEET HOME. Home. A Glorious Picturisation of Use Song ’ ‘HOME, SWEET HOME.’ ‘HOME, SWEET HOME.’ ■ HOME, SWEET HOME.’ 6,000 ft. ‘ HOME, SWEET HOME.’ 6,000 ft. ‘HOME, SWEET HOME.’ . ‘HOME, SWEET HOME.’ ' By a Star Cast of Favorites, ’ Including COURTENAY FOOTE. COURTENAY FOOTE. MAE MARSH. BLANCHE SWEET. MAE MARSH. BLANCHE SWEET. A Filmic Adaptation of the Lifo of JOHN HOWARD PAYNE. JOHN HOWARD - PAYNE. "You will want to see HOME, SWEET HOME, because the soul of Genius is felt in every scene; you will want to see it because of the photography; you will want to see it because never before has a cast of equal strength been gathered together in one picture under such a master hand.” During your dull moments, if you seize the opportunity to think, your better judgment will show you that a visit to this Picture Play is what you require. Popular Tariff to Ail Parts : ADULTS, SIXPENCE; CHILDREN, 3d. DINNA’ FORGET! URN S_ J II A L L. SATURDAY (BOXING) NIGHT And SIX FOLLOWING NIGHTS. THE KENNEDYS. GREAT HOLIDAY* ATTRACTION. , An Entertainment to Suit All. This Brilliant Company has appeared in ajl the leading Halls in London and Provinces. Australia, India, South Africa, and Now Zealand. THE KENNEDY’S. •The ‘N.Z. Herald,’ Auckland, says: . . . They Vre certainly one of the most entertaining combinations of talent yet heard here.” Tlie ‘Star,’ Auckland, says:—"The versatility of the performers was made manifest by the'finished way each number was given, and the artists thoroughly deserved the appreciation bestowed upon them by the enthusiastic audience.” The ‘Ago,’ Melbourne, says:—“ The Kennedys form one of the most delightful musical combinations which have been heard in these parts.” Admission: 3s and 2s. Booking at Dresden. THE KAIK OR A I BAND will render the following Programme ot Music at the BOTANICAL GARDENS TO-MORROW (XMAS DAY), Commencing at 3 p.m.: March—‘ Hail, Smiling Morn ’ (arranged by Wright). Air Vario—‘ Maidstone ’ (arranged by J. Ord Hume). Concert Waltz—’ Oriana ’ (Greenwood). .Andante—’Ora Pro Nobis’ (Piccolomini). Chorus ‘ Hallelujah ’ (Handel). Air Vario—‘Adcsto Fidelcs’ (arranged by H. Round). Grand Selection —‘Sacred Melodics—Carols’ (arranged by Cartwright). Hymn—‘ Sandon,’ by special request (arranged by J. Ord Hume). March—‘ Marseillaise ’ (arranged by Wright). GOD SAVE THE KING. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS, 1914. THE FOLLOWING ALTERATIONS IN and ADDITIONS TO the Ordinary Train Services will be made in connection with Ihc above: SATURDAY, 26th DECEMBER. An Extra Express Traill will leave Dunedin for Palmerston at 9.25 a.m., stopping at Waitati, Seacliff, Puketeraki, Waikouaili, arriving Palmerston 11.42 a.m. Will also stop at Port Chalmers Upper to pick up passengers for stations at which it is timed to stop. Au Extra Express Train will leave Palmerston for Dunedin at 5.10 p.m., stopping at Waikonaiti, Puketeraki, ScaclilT. Waitati, Purakanui, arriving Dunedin 7.34 p.ni. Will ' also slop at Port Chalmers Upper to set down passengers. Trains for Palmerston and intermediate 1 stations will leave Dunedin ai. 8.30 a.m. and 9.45 a.m. Return Trains, slopping at intermediate stations, will leave Palmerston at 4.15 p.m. and 6.0 p.m. The 5.0 a.m. Dunedin-BaJciuiha Train will NOT run. An Extra Express Train for Balclntha will leave Dunedin at 9.0 a.m., arriving Balckitha 11.12 a.m. Connects with Lawrence and Gatlins River Branch Trains. Will stop at Caversham and Mosgiol to pick up pas- | sengers-, and at Allanion, Henley. Titri, t Waihola, Milburn, Milton, and Stirling to j pick up or sot down passengers. i An Extra Express Train will leave Bal- j c'.utha at 4.20 p.m., arriving Dunedin at j 6.22 p.m. Connects with train front Callins j River and Lawrence Branch, and with Train | for Outrani. Will stop at .Stirling, Milton, Milburn, Waihola, Titri, Henley, Mosgicl, and Caversham to pick up or set down passengers. OUTRAM BRANCH.—Train will leave Outiam for Mosgiol at 6.50 p.m., returning leaving Mosgicl at 7.55 p.m., connecting at Mosgicl with Trains to and from Dunedin. REGATTA AT PORT CHALMERS'. Trains will leave Dunedin for Pori Chalmers Lower at 7.22 a.m.. 10.15 a.m., 11.25 a.m., 12.15 p.m., 1.17 p.m., 2.50 p.m., 3.40 p.m., 4.10 p.m,, 5.15 p.m.. ’ 6.15 p.m., 8.5 p.m., 9.20 p.m-, 10.16 p.m.. and 11.15 p.m. Train will leave Port Chalmers Lower for Dunedin at 7.9 a.m., 8.17 a.m.. 11.30 a.m., 1.15 p.m., 2.16 p.m., 3.40 p.m., 4.30 p.m., 5.3 p.m., 5.35 p.m., 6.15 p.m., 7.0 p.m., 9.20 p.m., 10.15 p.m,, and 11.15 p.m. RACES AT WINGATUI. SATURDAY AND MONDAY, 26th and 28th DECEMBER. The Train usually leaving Dunedin for Palmerston at 5.27 p.m. wiil NOT leave till 7.35 p.m. Trains will leave Dunedin for Wingatui at 11.15 a.m., 11.18 a.m.. 11.30 a.m., 11.38 a.m.. 11.46 a.m., and 12.15 p in. Trains will leave Wingatui for Dunedin at 5.5 p.m., 5.15 p.m.. 5.23 p.m., 5.31 p.m., and 5.39 p.m. The 5.5 p.m., 5.15 p.m., 15.23 p.m., and 5.31 p.m. Trains will NOT stop at. intermediate stations. I Express Train leaving Dunedin fop Inver- j ca.rgill at 4.15 p.m. will stop at Wingatui to pick up passengers for stations south of Clinton ai. which Train is timed lo stop. | MOSGIEL-DUNEDIN.—The Train usually leaving Abbotsford for Dunedin at 5.2 p.m. will leave at 5.0 p.tu.. Green Island 5.3 p in.. Burnside 5.6 p.m., and Caversham 5.11 p.m. The Train usually leaving Mosgiel for Dunedin at 5.10 p.m. will NOT leave mull 5.25 p.m., Wingatui 5.35 p.m., Dunedin arrive 6.2 p.m. OTAGO CENTRAL BRANCH.—The Train usually leaving Dunedin for Ranfurly at 11.40 a.m. will NOT leave until 1.30 p.m., Middlemarch 5.20 p.m., Hydo 6.20 p.m., Waipiata 7.20 p.m., arriving Ranfurly 7.40 p.m. By Order, OTAGO LAND DISTRICT. FIRES ON CROWN LANDS. CAUTION. 'VTOTICB IS HEREBY 1- GIVEN that every IX Person who, in contravention of regulations, LIGHTS A FIRE IN OR NEAR TO ANY FOREST, WOOD, or GROWING TIMBER belonging to (he Crown or any other Person, wherein- or through ALLOWING A FIRE TO SPREAD, any such Forest, Wood, of Timber is Destroyed, is LIABLE TO A FINK not exceeding £SO, or to IMPRISONMENT for a term not exceeding six months, and shall, in addition thereto, PAY to the Crown or Person iniured the FULL AMOUNT of the DASI AGE DONE, R, T. SADD, ' Commissioner of Crown Lands. Lands and Survey Department, Dunedin, 23rd December, 1914, MENTAL HOSPITAL. SEACLIFF. CHRISTMAS AND~NEW. YEAR HOLTDAYS. FRIDAY - , the 25th December, SATURDAY-, the 26th December, 1914, and FRIDAY, the Ist January, 1915. being Public Holidays, Visitors will NOT BE ADMITTED on those date*. ■ F. TRDBY KING. Medical Superintendent. PAPER for Wrapping-up For Sale. Apply ‘Star’ Offloa. Bood street.
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