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Look a |!(vun:ir turn, willing the at'tei noon tlic diapers and clollneis were ildiny very little, and at {he ari ami ley bazaars, one' found it difficult to n-acli the' counl crs. The streets seemed to be less I bronzed than usual in the eveivpe-. In viewo* the fact that summer weather has not yet .set in. t.'hvistm;..s Day vhs of the sort' to be thankful for. The wind, or' which we are. having to much this season ,a. state of afi'iiirs experienced all over the .Dominion') was rude and chilly in the open, hut the sun shone, and in sheltered snotone could enjoy the open air. It was not a d«y for wiling <m iho beach. >.s u fact very few persons, went there. The railway hookinprs for the 2-ltli and 25th at Ihmwlin iiunibeivd 71 in i-sc&ss of last year,

I Thf folhiv.iinr arc the {igniTs showing tiu' ti-iiHic handled in thf Dunedlii Tele- ' t;raph Office for (.'ltrbslina.H Kvp : —Tele ; grains forwarded. 3,175: teleeniims re--1 ci'-ved. 4.459: K'!e.n sins in transi: t<, other joMio,-. 15.C99. The heavy rain which fell during the liioi-i) i JiiT and afternoon no doubt was answerable l'<;r a ialli;a,' off ill husiiie.-s. The wires workt'd well, ami th" hist station wan released at 9 a.m. I ( hi is'mas Day. It is nimored ill Wellington tint Mr Fsootl. member for l'ahiatna. is Bkoly to ivsit-jii his si-al anil volunteer for ihe fr<.;it. in which case tin- Hon. F. "I. 15. Fi.sher will be tin' Ministerial candidate for tee Creditor.- in bankrupt, y estates . ann.it expect tn p-t his divi<lends, unless faks i hv auction are hrisker than mn- that tod; i place at ( auihridee recently. w lies', tbe machinery, fixings, etc.. in a simp, which ■ between £550 and JC6CH3. -.vent nn.-kr the hammer I'iir £32.' The steamer Aldenhant. from .lapnn and the Far I'last. broimfit to Australia';! party of L'tissian.- from Siberia and Mdiielniria. in the party ■were live women. All remain, d in Sydney except one woman, who .vent on to Melbourne to join her husTiand. who was already there. These immimar.ts had mich of interest to t.-l! i.','a:iliiiL' Siheria and the sidr-liidits on the prc-ciit '.car in that far corner of the Dm-.-ian Empire (.--ays a Syoney paper'. They state that whole districts have ht-eii emptied of their yotintt men, who have eaeerly volunteered to i. .in the coC--. The d'l-tri.t ot Yiikhnust has been a!mo-> ! .depopulated mviiie to tin- tart that it ilarue'y <on i posed of men of military acre. These men are not cmisorints. lv.it volunteer- in tin' true sense of the word. They .-iili.-t with eiithnsiiiMii as t i ;, loa-a: hutii'l'he lraliie returns on the <'ily Corpora lion tramwavs for ('hristmas K\ e amounted :.. £s(>6 13s' lid. and for vestevdav t!,ev ' ..•.■inie to £lls !6s 6,1. Last year the i,- : turns wen' : Christmas: K\e. £385 Iss 4<! : .' Christ ma.s Hay. £165 18.s lOd. Netiticaiir.il of Sunday jrrFtres ni rimm<»- j :a!-eu below appears in our advertism;; ' e.hnnn.s: -Am-rlioan: All Saints'. I'rfthy- ■ i.-.ioi Kirsi Church. Knox Church, Sr. Aiidrett'■•. South Duucdhi, X'orl !'.-",;-:• Ya!- >\. C,i\ crsiiain. Moniiicric.il, Miissp!!va'.-"':i. !;.'~'v:i. St. Clair. (halmer-. lie.ui li.iv. Neciii im<,' Ifarbor. Methodi-1 . I,■- ; m'lc. Cmlral Mission. Morniniii ■ <n, Ccrl: !:..id. Brlkl-.iiow.c. Woodhaueh. y„: ; li-ea-l '. V.-.i'ev. Dniidas Si reel. Kew. Ahb. astern. : I; .veii-bourne. Roslvu, Maori Hiil. Con.: -ie.,Mt;eiial: Morav Place. Kin- Str.-.-r, i 1 ' ilh Mre.->. St. (■'!;,;... P„i,,t-s! : HiiiMlVrr ' M."C,, Resh-n. Somh Dnnrdin, C ivrislum. ; Norrli-past Valler. Ciiurch or" Chri-r: Tai>--iia.-i. . Snuih Dimpdin. Fillcui StvoeC M,,.-.,- : ■ii-ton. Chrisiadelphin.is, Clmrnl Hall, Tic- i -c,,!,v. Chri.-lian Seienee. Ni w srason's photo-rapliie L'.nxli;: Kx ■,>;. lent s.tix:i; now arriving. ("'anieras from ('-. .S< nd \o\ti- orler earlv to If. J. (iiil, 11 and 13 l ; >d-.-i<'!: .-tret, Duni'diti. Thorn- l.i-i-J. - TAdvt.] A patriotie Moral uardrn fete is i„ \ w ].,.].] I on ike Kfcrraiion (ir..nnd. que iwic!, c; Tu --.lov i,exi. are advent 1 in this ir-\i*. X.. iadc .-hoolo i,- witliovk Jfm-tinV, Ai, ; ,-:id 5.,, f l Sold hv :Cj rhii„i-t, c.ia; .-'.o'/rs tiif..,iunhout An-. ra!..-ia.-- ; Advi.] f-,--!ilI cilfe,.!:,.-. h::ve In en -i lit ;■,' o~ ).;. ! i lie Sun Insinanc" t ornpaii'.' Watson- No. 10 is >i little dearer than \ i'i'.-t ■.'. hi-!-::.".-, bat i* '.-.orth the nioin-i.— [A.-ivt.'l 'file --eriis of evaiicdi-th- m'-c'ine- .•.,,, .i,e-i.-..l be Mr Forbes M'l • hi iln- :-o-,t;. i) tiieom '(io.-iK-l Hall will [-. a ' eld.-.' to-iuo:Tow evrniti-. 'rhr.-niirlnin. t,.--: .-:im|-:ii;:u the m-'ctities have 1.».-: i t'tilily ..vr;! j :o'en.!e,i. ;ind ,!ie wools "! Hie .-peali.-i- -'...'- I Irev.-.l wifh t.lei uiiiiosr iiitcre«i. | Sneitrht's ale and stent .no ncki.ewled;..-' ; hr tl-e I'.iiriiiiion public te. be thr h»- r - c. liie niarke,'. —[Advi.J ' :., i;,,. i».'tii;;..'i Hail (j-i-niorrow e V -niie-. ~. =. ~',•'..,-li. .V pr-iitiatnnii- l'i- br--u , ;,.-,-.,,, s - .1. Mi-s Maiiorie Leincti will l.i- t'e- | s-dohsl. Visitor- in |he C'ly wollhl 'to IVeli ', TrT.ih.ed with itis-oninia? A da-.- of Wat- ' -/,.,■- Xo 10 makes, a s.nlfn..hd niiditcai,.— : :.\' ; .vi.l I

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Evening Star, Issue 15685, 26 December 1914

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Evening Star Issue 15685, 26 December 1914

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