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AMUSEMENTS. »RINCESS Fuller-Brennan, I,f*VAUDEVILLE! VAUDEVILLE! VA UDEVILLE! VA UDEVILLE ! TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. >'G FREE LIST. Unquestionably THE GREATEST ATTRACTION IX DUNEDIN CITY. SUPERB and BRILLIANT STARS. MAGNIFICENT VAUDEVILLE PROGRAMME. I SPECIAL EXCLUSIVE ! ENGAGEMENT. HERMAN nnd SHIRLEY. A HERMAN nnd SHIRLEY. Weird and HERMAN and SHIRLEY. Sensational HERMAN and SHIRLEY. Offering, a net The Wonder of 4 Continents. ■MIRABLE VISIT, MIRABLLE DICTU. Another liig Importation. A ROSA LEE'IVY. Great ROSA LEE IVY. Of Star. ROSA LEE IVY. Dazzling ROSA LEE IVY. Brightness. A Glorious Artist. Oantatriec and Comedienne. I Supported bv THE MAGPIES. THE MAGPIES. THE MAGPIES'. THE MAGPIES. | Cissy O'Keefe, Alto: Lou Vernon, Tenor; Iris Edgar. Soprano: Cliff O'Keefe, Bays; Pearl Livingston, Soubreife; B. Maloney, Comedian: Kennedy Blael:, Entertainer. The Cleverest Musical Comedy Company now Appearing in Vaudeville. 1 K. BRINKMAN AND STEELE SISTERS. i i;. URINKMAN AND STEELE SISTERS. A Novelty Singing and Character Act. i NEIL CANT. A Bonny Scotch | NEIL CANT. Singer and Comedian. I MONAHAN AND SHEEHAN. i MONAHAN AND SHEEHAN, I A Gorgeous Musical Act. | Rcscitc-s at the Dresden. No Extra Chars" I D.C. and Front Stalls. 2s; Back Sialic, Is; Upper Circle, 6d. JJIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. Lessees: George Willongbby, Limited Managing Director ... George Willoughby. Directors...George T. Eaton, A. B. Davics, and Ben .T. Fuller. GEORGE WILLOUGHBY'S PREMIER D R A M A TIC CO M PA NY. ' Headed bv George Cross and Miss Vera Remee. THE EVER OPEN DOOR. THE EVER OPEN DOOR. A Play that Appeals to Everyone. A Play with a 31c.iit Liferent. A. Play of Everyday Life. A .PLAY THAT IS CLEAN AND WHOLESOME. ONLY THREE NIGHTS MORE. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY", UNDER TWO FLAGS. SATURDAY (Last. Night), CAMILLE. 3-, 2s. Is. WAR PRICES. ss. ?s. Ib. Box Plan at the Dresden. NO BOOKING FEE. Earlies as utuai at Jacobs's. UR N R II A L L. TO-NIGHT. AT 3 O'CLOCK. THE KENNEDYS. THE KENNEDYS. Mnpi Brilliant. Musical Combination of Artists. UNPRECEDENTED .SUCCESS'. UNPRECEDENTED .SUCCESS. Saturday Night's Audience welcomed ihft KENNEDYS in nu uncertain fashion, every ITEM in ENCORED in Progranrma BEING uiil thrice, and it was UNANIMOUSLY AGREED that, the Combination is one of the MOST TALENTED ever hrard in Dunedin. Unparalleled Scenes of Enthusiasm. Unparalleled Scenes of Enthusiasm. Admission ... 5s and 2s. DT NN A* FORGE T' 1 N N A' F O R. G E T" NEW YEAR'S DAY, JANUARY 1, 1915. THE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY OF OTAGO. r )3rd ANNUAL GATHERING. 53r»l ANNUAL GATHERING. To Commence, at the Society's Deliglitfu Grounds. Kensington, at. 2 p.m. pharp. A Varied Programme of Sports, comprising IMPING and DANCING. WRESTLING PIPING and DANCING. WRESTLING Record Entries. Record Entries. QUO 1 TING. RUNNING, Etc. QUOITING. RUNNING, FAr.

A Word to ihr: Wise.—The Rest and Most Profitable. Way 1o Spend New Years Day. Admission to Grounds: Adult.s, Is; Children. 6d. -Children under 10 years /accompanied bv parents) Free io Ground. pipe HAND IN ATTENDANCE. Willi ( hoi a.- I'.-ilriolii- and National Music. \V. K. ('. REID, Secretary. HOLIDAY RESORTS. iUBSCRIBERK CAN OBTAIN THEIR ►■> •STAR' REGULARLY on the Day C Issue ill SinlK.ns on the. NORTH and SOUTH RAILWAY LINKS from the followiim Aumis : Putaknnui Mr G. FlrU-bcr. Wailati Mr MLcol. Evansdal" Mr Johnston. Warrington Mr J. MahUm Srao.fT Mr Ural. Pukelcniki Mr Aj»-< Wnikouaiti Mr K. R. Smith. <,ood\vo-.»l Mr Ueinp«c\. Pnlmersloii Mr I». Tevi<>!d;il'c. P.rijjit'n llflll-V .. Taierf Rr OioUia .. i:.-i«'>k Mr E. Smith. Mr KnaiMon. Mr Lrcdh.im. Mr Robiiwn. . Mr Williamson. Mr \V. T. Grant.. Mr Sncll. Mr Kern Marnndn lir.iad R'i Porfobr.-lh Mr Hinkley. Mr Duff. Mr Mn«. AUCTIONS. WEDNESDAY. 30th DECEMBER, At 2 o'clock. , CLE \RI N<; AU< HON SA LK. Superb,r Jl'jf.M-lnid Furniture of Every Description. MANHIYF. ."fi .SOLID OAK SIDEBOARD, Heavily Carved ami Quaint De»;i;rn. DINING ROOM SUITE, in Golden Oak and Upholstered in Genuine Reiinc; a. DUCHE.SSE T.MR, HcauUfullv Finished, Hroiiite Panelling-. Kit'.hrn D:es-r:\ Clnirs, Tables. Mangle, Wa«liin2 Maehine, Gent's Bicvcle, J'AME-S SAMSON AND 00. have been favored with instruct join to sell by AUCTION, at their Room?, Howling street, a Catalogue, of Handsome Household FutiLi'uii'e. ineiudiiifj— Handsome Chesterfield FelK-n (in brown moquetto', 2 divan chairs u> match, bronze kerb fitilo, lenders and irons, heavy Axminster rugs, iskiti and velvet rugs," palm stands and bow!?;, larjre Ax-minster orpet. squire, quaint hnll Hand, side seat., carved hall settee, very quaint Dutch hall suite, hall runner, barometer, lace curtains, .vri,iin poles ai:d fiiiiii?.", massive d:. beds mid heddin?, duchc.'-: c. ehe-t", wing-mirror duch esse pair, marble and Okr withstands, toilet ware, .-hiirie ii >n beds, blankets, quill'., lir, , - le-um. e!cc!;s, casv v.ieker and uitholstcrrd chair*, kitchen and Mnking utensils, lamps, man;;!". ir.i;s, pits, par.-, ru„ etc. Tbii catalogue, cumpnErn a very line ].,'_ of gord furniture; of modern designs, and should be of special interest to country visitors. "Wo will pack the fiords fre/> .-f ehario. a"' arrttngenientK can be made to forward !( any destinationOX VIEW TUESDAY AND MORNING OF .SALE. ALL ALTERATIONS OF DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS Must be HANDED IN to tho Office BEFOR* 11 O'CLOCK of the PRECEDING DA*

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6, Evening Star, Issue 15686, 28 December 1914

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