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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 15684, 24 December 1914
AMUSEMENTS. CHRISTMAS WEEK ATTRACTIONS, QUEERS THEATRE. PERPETUAL PICTURE PALACE. Daily: Noon till 10.50 p.m. TWO SPECIAL HOLIDAY BOOMS. TWO SPECIAL HOLIDAY BOOMS. TWO SPECIAL HOLIDAY BOOMS. FIRSTLY, another of those Super!) and Delightful Nordisk Star Comedies in Two Parts. » THE FOURTH LADY The plot is extremely c musing, and revolves around a young military officer and his friend, who hd induces to impersonate his- sister, because a prior engagement prevented her from being the “ Fourth Laoy ” at the Regimental Shorts. ' The display of feminine beauty in this production should make it particularly popular. SECONDLY, Kalem is represented' by a Drama of far more than ordinary merit, entitled THE CAB OF DEATH THE CAB OF DEATH. THE CAR OF DEATH. A dynamite car breaks loose from a freight train. Ira sees the death car rushing to meet the children’s pionic train. He wires the old station master to side-track the runaway, but, being too feeble, he calls Kate, who, running like a deer, pulls the lever. The dynamite car is derailed, and a terrific explosion ensues. The picnic train was saved. Special Holiday Supporting Subjects include: In Lieu of Damages Edison Drama. ■Wireless from the War...Animated Sketches. EVACUATION” OP GHENT and OSTEND (Authentic Pictures from the Front). Question of Laneuae-e A.K. Comedy. ♦ AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE, Containing an Excellent Picture of the Lord Mayor of Sydhcv tour late town clerk), Alderman Richards, etc., etc. ONE PRICE TO ALL PARTS: ADULTS, SIXPENCE. CHILDREN, 3d. QUEEN’S THEATRE. TO-MORROW (CHRISTMAS DAY) TO-MORROW (CHRISTMAS DAY) We Commence our Sessions At 2 O’CLOCK, and At 2 O’CLOCK, and RUN CONTINUOUSLY TILL 10 p.m., When a Specially Arranged CHRISTMAS DAY PROGRAMME..... Will be Presented. ONE PRICE TO ALL PARTS; ADULTS, SIXPENCE; CHILDREN, 3d. AMUSEMENTS.: pLAZA * PICTURES'* .' 1 o’clock to S-SOj &3D to 10 p.m. - A SUPERB PROGRAMME ts H&ded by a Bison 101 Drama, A .FOREST ROMANCE, A FOREST ROMANCE, u An Exciting Indian. Story in. Two Parts. LUCKY HALFPENNY, LUCKY HALFPENNY, Produced by tha Powers 00. SOPHlfi OP TH3S MON’S DEN, Second of the Sophia Senes, Comedy, I,ooft EVIL OF THH SLUMS.. EVIL OP THE'SLUMS. EVIL OF THE SLUMS. EVIL OF THE SLUMS. This Remarkable Photo Play is Produced by tha Hepworth (Do. I,oooft. BILL BAILEY DONS the GLOVES. BILL BAILEY DONS the GLOVES. Comic, 560 ft. Supporting Series Include SCENIC JOURNAL, Etc. Prices i ADULTS, 6d( CHILDREN, 3d. CHRISTMAS 3DAY. Open from” 8 p.m. A SPECIAL PROGBAMMT WILL BE SCREENED. Headed by the Splendid Drama . GOLD CROSS A Perfect Story in a Perfect Setting. ADULTS, 6d. CHILDREN, 3d. ’ D IN N A IN N A F O RG E T." FORGET." NEW YEAR’S DAY, JANUARY 1, 1915. The The CALEDONIAN. SOCIETY . OF OTAGO. 53rd ANNUAL GATHERING. 53rd ANNUAL GATHERING. 53rd ANNUAL GATHERING. To Commence at the Society’s Delightful Grounds, Kensington, at 2 p.m. sharp. A Varied Programme of. Sports, comprising PIPING and DANCING. WRESTLING. PIPING and DANCING. WRESTLING. Record Entries. ■ Record Entries. QUOITING. RUNNING, Etc. QUOITING. RUNNING. Etc. A Word to the Wise.—The Bestand Moat Profitable Way to Spend New Year’s Day. Admission to Grounds: Adults,' Is; Chil. dren, fid. Children under. 10 yean (accompanied by parents) Free to Ground. PIPE BAND IN ATTENDANCE. With Choice Patriotic and National Music. W. E. C. REID,' Secretary. DUNEDIN JOCKEY CLUB, SUMMER MEETING, 1914. ' SATURDAY (BOXING DAY) AND MONDAY, 26th and 28th DECEMBER. ■ FIRST RACE AT 12.15 p.m. EACH DAT. ■ADMISSION: Grounds, Is (including outside stand): Grand Stand, 10s extra Tickets available at Railway Station. A limited number of Tickets at 2s 6d extra w.li be issued, admitting to Members’ Stand. Children under 12 years of ago not admitted. TRAIN SERVICE. Leave Dunedin for Wingatui at 9.10, 9.25, 10.25, 11.15, 11.18, 11,30, 11.38. .11.46, 12.15. and 1.15. Leave Wingatui for Dunedin at 5.5, 5.15, 5.23, 5.31, and 5.39. Re turn Fare, including Admission to Grounds, 2s 6d each. ' H. L. JAMES, Secretary. GREAT HOLIDAY ATTRACTION. TROTTING MEETING AT GORE ON BOXING DAY (SATURDAY), 26th DECEMBER. Passengers by the First Express will be in time for .the First Race, which Starts at 1.15 p.m. RECORD ACCEPTANCES. GOOD SPORT. EXCURSION FARES BY ALL TRAINS. J. LATHAM, Secretary. ELECTION NOTICES. ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF DUNEDIN CENTRAL. AMENDED DECLARATION OF RESULT OF POLL AS DIRECTED BY THE STIPENDIARY MAGISTRATE. I HENRY MAXWELL. Returning Officer , for the Electoral District of Dunedin Central, do hereby declare the Result of the Poll taken on the 10th day of December, 1914, for the Election of n Member of Parliament for the said district to be as follows: Candidates. Votes Polled. MUNRO, JAMES WRIGHT ... 3,732 STATHAM, CHARLES ERNEST 3.744 Total number of valid voles polled 7,476 Number of votes rejected as informal 199 I herebv declare the said CHARLES ERNEST STATHAM to be ELECTED. Dated at Dunedin this 24th day December, 1914. 11. MAXWELL, Returning Officer. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. JACKSON’S Private Hotel, Dowling street. Dinner 12 till 2; Tea, 5 to 7: Socials and Parties catered for; committee room. First-class .Accommodation Visitors. ptLADSTONE HOUSE, Moray place Lx (’phone 2,lSO).—Best Accommodation •isitora; personal supervision. Moss and j'Pberson. ENTLEMAN wants Rooms, part Board, in private family. “ Coutls,’’ ‘Star’ Mice. pTRANGE Private Hold, 84 Hanover street. AX Vacancies for Boarders, or Rooms To CORPORATION NOTICES, SPORTING. p ATEIOTIC BBftiTTL'' PORT CHALMERS. BOXING DAY, DECEMBER-26. GREAT AQUATIC DISPLAY. ROWING, SAILINfer, and \ MOTOR BOAT RACES. Rowing Races rowed with turn ia courte. The Public will thus see both the Mart had the finish of these Races. Proceeds equally divided between the,’ Belgian Belief Fund and Local Patriotic 1 Fund. Admission to Wharves and Flagship by Badge, la each. E. S. WILSON. Secretary. CRICKET. OTAGO LEAGUE Vers tie CHRISTCHURCH CITY AND SUBURBAN ASSOCLVTION. REPRESENTATIVE MATCH, CALEDONIAN GROUND, CHRISTMAS DAY and BOXING DAY, Commencing 2 p.m. Christmas Day. Admission, fid. Ladies Free'. s PORTS, MTDDLEMAECH, JANUARY If* 1915. WILLIAMS 8R05.,, LIGHT LUNCHEON, Is. Also, FRUIT, CORDIALS, and CONFECTIONERY, CIGARETTES. HOLIDAY RESORTS. DUNEDIN CITY COUNCIL. UNPAID RATES. 10 PER CENT. PENALTY. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, an ADDITIONAL CHARGE cf TEN PER CENTUM will, in terms of Section 28 of ‘'The Rating Amendment Act, 1910." be ADDED TO ALL RATES UNPAID AFTER 4 o’clock p.m. on WEDNESDAY’, the 13th January, 1915. The penalty having been once incurred, there is no legal authority for its remission. G. A. LEWIN. Town Clerk. Dunedin, 23rd December, 1914. -DUNEDIN CITY COUNCIL. CLOSING OF PUBLIC BATHS IN MORAY PLACE. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the MUNICIPAL SWIMMING BATHS in 'Moray place will be CLOSED to the Public on CHRISTMAS DAY and NEW YEAR'S DAY. G. A. LEWIN, Town Clerk. Dunedin, 23rd December, 1914. Subscribers can obtain thbie • STAR ’ REGULARLY on the Day of j Issue at Stations on the NORTH and 1 SOUTH RAILWAY LINES from the following Agents;— - ■ j Purakanui Mr G. Fletcher. Waitati « Mr MXeod-‘ Evansdale Mr Johnston.: Warrington Mr J, Malcolm. Seaciiff Mc Beal,) Pnketcraki Mr Apa< W.aikouaiti Mr 6. R. South.; Goodwood Mr Demjmejw Palmerston Mr D. Teviotdalo.’ Brighton Mrs Ooutte. j , Henley Mr E. Smith. i j'Taieri Beach Mr KnarstcnVT | Otokia Mr. Leedfaaxn. I ! Berwick - Mr Robinson. ( I Waihola. Mr Williamson. I I Outram Mr W, O. Grant. | i Mosgicl i... Mr Snell. ' i Owaka - Mr Keen Macandrews Mr Hfnkli Broad Bay 1............. Btt Portobello Mr: TO LET, for holidays, Two commodious Furnished Rooms; bedroom, dtffng room, use of kitchen. Apply Nile ftofrn, St. Clair, third house from RiohkrOJOh street. TO LET. LET, comfortable 5-roomed House, also a 6-roomed House; hj. and c. and couyenicneo. Apply 534 Castle street. TP LET, New Shop, 24 x 14, with small room and all conveniences; electric light, gas. Apply manager King Edward Theatre, South Dunedin. TO LET, Queen street, (Modern Furnished Residence; 8 rooms, every possible convenience. Alex. Harris, auctioneer. TO LET, Furnished Two-roomed Cottage. 18 Preudergast street. South Dunedin. TO LET, 4 and C-rnomed Houses; hj. and c. water; drained; 10s and 15s. 74 Dundos street. 3*l TO LET, 6-roomcd House, 137 York place; few minutes from Octagon. Apply 182 George street. TO LET, Furnished Room, bath, hot water; also Unfurnished Room. 72 Filleul street; uso of kitchen. 4 Good Rooms, newly renovated; copper, tubs, bath, drained. 155 Euttray street. A GOOD 4-roomed House To Let. all convenieners; rent, 10s per week. Apply to J. Pearce, 432 Kiug street (opposite Mu>eumj. TO LET, from January 16th to TO nished Cottage, Karitane. P" Box 596. For-, lart’ LOST 4ND FOUND. LOST, Two "White Puppies. Please return 114 Highgate, Roslyn; reward. LOST, a small Greenstone Pendant (keepsake), between Sargood’s factory and Oddfellows’ Hall, Rattray street. Pleaso return Oddfellows’ Hall; reward. LOST, on Railway Station, Pound Note; reward. Amos, Railway Fruit Shop, Stuart street. - y. LOST, Moray place (near King street). Part Set of False Teeth. Address “Teeth,” ‘Star* Office. - FOUND. —E. Cawne's G Brand Worccstef Sauce is the best on the market. AH grocers. : v ■ ■ OUND, Change of* £l, lady customer Apply office, Arthur Barnett, Ltd. F WANTED "Known—That Bffihead*. Cm cujarfi, Cards, Prognuninea, and Genw ral Printin at the Pncrfc ery description ore ■ £tac> Office*« -Moderate ■> ■MM
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