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i AMUSEMENTS. FOLLOW THE GOOD JUDGES TO QUEENS THEATRE. PERPETUAL PICTURE- PALACE. To-day: 12 noon till 10.30 (non-stop). A TRULY GREAT HOLIDAY BILL. A TRULY GREAT HOLIDAY BILL. A.K.'s Powerful Drama in Two Massive. Partn. FROM THE LAND OF SHADOWS A Pieluro that will Make You Think. Brief Synopsis of Event.3: The Scientist, his belief.—Man has more than one lite on earth.—Gathering- material for his book on prehistoric races.—His neighbors.—A forced love.—Tho scientist's pet specimen escapes.— A growing love.—Stricken -with brain fever. —Consciousness of self leaves the scientist.— A fantasy.—Tho hunter in the forest.— Povery and wealth—Hope.—Convalescent,.Tho meeting.—A medial or.—i Saved from brute.—Tho silver lining gradually appears as this highly emotional drama draws to a close. OUR FIRST LINE OF DEFENCE. A Film of the Greatest T>.itional Interest, showing how Old England's .Shores are Pro- ! f-ccted Nigh! and Day. Ready! Ave Ready f SUBSTITUTE "FUR PANTS. ■ Screaming Comedy by (he Kalrm Co. It's a divided riding skirl, and Hilly, running 10 office, finds it. beat* trousers to a standstill in landing tho feminine vote. THE KIS.S ; YH.ngraph. A Simple and Tremendous Story thai Carries a. Menage from ibo Poor to Those Who Live More Fortunately. It's a Masterpiece of Rare Quality. SHE, MADE HERSELF BEAUTIFUL. Fifteen Minutes of Highly-Diverting Coined v. SCENES IN AND A HOUND THE BELGIAN CAPITAL. !\n Authentic War Special ) j TOPICAL BUDGET. j With the Latest Authentic Happenings Direct from ihe Firing Line I A MONSTROUS SfXPK.VORTII. Bring the Children; they'll simply love this interesting and highly educational series. ONE PRICE TO ALL PARTS: I ADULTS, SIXPENCE; CHILDREN, 3d. ZING EDWARD THEATRE^ Lst - SOUTH DUNEDIN. SPECIAL HOLIDAY PROGRAMME. Daily; 1.30 p.m. till 10 p.m. A visit to our Picture Theatre will convince the most fasiidious thai our Special Holiday Programme is Paramount, and eontains THE CREAM OF KINEMATOGRAPHY THE CREAM OF KINEMATOGB \PHY 'l*l-1 E CREAM OF KINEMATOGRAPHY. Tleulcd by iho A. 15. Company's Exclusive Drama. ONE IS BUSINESS, ONE IS CETMF ONE IS BUSINESS, ONE IS CRIME ONE Is BUSINESS. ONE IS CHIME ONE IS BUSINESS. ONE IS CRIME ONE IS BUSINESS, ONE IS CRIME ONE IS BUSINESS, ONE IS CRIME' O-NE IS BUSINESS. ONE IS CHIME. Suppoi-ling Subjects include: Leading Lady Yitagraph Coinedv Those Who Siiffcr Kalcin Dra.ma. Dupin Goes Mountaineering Coined v. Kew a Bed is Made ." Industrial. The Apache Renegade Drama. 'Mia Gaumont Graphic I'tlic topics of the. e and Ar Dominion. 'njovmem n st'io" Thcv.tir TARIFF TO ALL PARTS'; ADULTS, SIXPENCE; CHILDREN', 3d. SPORTING. Z. TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS. CARISBROOK GROUNDS, Commencing WEDNESDAY. 3<Kh DECEMBER, 1914. Season Tickets: To Ground, 2s Gd ; to Staud 2s 6d. >n Each Day; To Ground, Is; Is. ALL PRESENT N.Z. CHAMPION; Z.L.T.A.. Care City Hotel BOARD AND RESIDENCE. JACKSON'S Private Bote], Dowling etrcrt DLiner 12 till 2; Tea, 5 to 7; Socials and Parties catered for; committee room. First-clans Accommodation Yisitors. ("Gladstone houseT" Mo7ay X ('phono 2.130).—8et Accommodation visitors; personal supervision. Mess and M'Phei-son. f 1 ]•: NTI. E MTNvvTmtTliooms, pun B^-vf. LOST A?v'D FOUND. W lodimugh and Gardens, Kni'trd Coal. Please re.•c. cr, Walker sireet : reOST. Brown Mi: 11 intontiatioii u

LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. GREAT HAT BARGAIN. FDR Till.* WEEK OUR COUNTHY F HI ENDS TRIMMED HATS at. 4s lid. Uncquaikd ill Duncdin at the l'ri.o. Also, PIQUE HOLIDAY' HATS, 2s 13d. TyXIQUE MILLINERY STOKES STUART STREET, FOR HAT BARGAINS. v » ruiaiv. Card-, J' nil Priiili"? of nverv di-scriptio)! :»••{• executed mi t!'u 'Evening Star' Oflico at Moderate' Prices.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15686, 28 December 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 15686, 28 December 1914

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