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AMUSEMENTS. PLAZA PICTURES. 1 o'clock to 5.30; 6.30 to 10.15. MAMMOTH HOLIDAY PROGRAMME. SPECIAL ATTRACTION TUB AMERICAX SOLDIER THE AMERICAN' SOLDIER THE AMERICAN SOLDIER THE AMERICAN SOLDIER THE AMERICAN SOLDIER AT WORK. AT PLAY. GREAT ARMY MANOEUVRES. A Wonderfully Ron list ic Battle Scone. Also, BOYS OF THE BULLDOG BREED. BOYS OF THE BULLDOG BREED. BOYS OP THE BULLDOG BREED, “ Sons of the sea. all British-born, Sailing every ocean, laughing foes to scorn." A GLORIOUSLY PATRIOTIC PICTURE. AVAR NEWS. AVAR NEWS. WAR NEWS. In the AVanvick C'hroniolo. THE STEPMOTHER. THE STEPMOTHER. '.fflH STEPMOTHER. THE STEPMOTHER. A " A'ictnr ” Drai Featuring Florence Lawrence And MaH Mooro. a in 2 Parts. Supporting Scries include: Spending U Quid: A.B. Comedy. The Brute Drama. Magic Squares Trick Film. And Pearl’s Hero Crystal Comedy. Prices; ADULTS, 6d; CHILDREN, 3d. BEA UTY COM PETITION. BEAUTY COMPETITION. TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT 1 TO-NIGHT 1 TO-NIGHT! AT 8 O'CLOCK THE Ist aml 2nd PRIZEAVINNERS AVILL BE ANNOUNCED. SUCCESS. TO-NIGHT, at 8. ONLY TO BE SEEN AT fJIHK OCTAGON, HAY WARDS’ 5,55:. Fed. In 5,555 Feet. TEES' OF THE STORM COUNTRY. TESS OF THE STORM COUNTRY. TEES’ OP THE STORM COUNTRY. TESS OF THE STORM COIRSTRV. Do Not Fail to Sec MARY BICKFORD as "TESS," the Bewitching Slur of the Picture World, in 'FEES OP THE STORM COUNTRY. No poet subtle in sympathy and delicate in touch ever created a more affecting situation than that portrayed in this drama of the voting life of "TEES." MARY PICK FORD as "TESS." A Dramatic Triumph Greater Until any that has yet distinguished Maty Bickford's Phenomenal Career. EXTRA PICTURES. AVar Series: In and Around BELGIUM. GAU.UGNT GRA Pi! 1C Latest. Midsummer's Love Tingle Comedy. Stalls, 6d; Dress Circle, Is, Reserves; Plan Dresden till 5: from 6.30 ‘phone 3,091. NEW YEAR HOLIDAYS. MARINE EXCURSION TO LA'TTELTON. THE S.S. AVARRTMOO will leave Dunedin Wharf at d p.nt. on THURSDAA' for LYTTELTON. Passengers may return by Ihe f.p. PALOON.A, sailing from Lyttelton on SUNDAY, inviting back in Dunedin on Monday morning. UNION STEAM SHIP COMPAXA* OP _NK W Z E ALA XI) ET D ._ IVir IDDL EM A RCH SPO RT S TRAIN SERVICE SUITS EVERYBODY. Excursion Faros. Good Fun. Enjoyable Trip. Post Entries Ci ET Quotations from ' Evening Star’ •! Off'eo for large or small quantities of Printing before placing your Orders.

LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. LOOK EOR A -MILLINERY SURPRISE TO-MORROW' LV OUR LARUE CORNER WINDOW. SOMETHING GOOD TO END UP THE YEAR’S BUSINESS AND TO SECURE VOUR • - if)OI) WISHES FOR 1915. All i bis nn i n;r on wo Inro been ]iiv|nriii; r ,■ mu prise and will lio ro.nl y will) it. TD-MORRoW MoIININi.. Gall early if yon are inn ro.-ieil : 1 hr- opportunity la shortlive,! <l.i y or two :it nio»i - -but a 'ini'’ in be vcitictv.b. red. A shilling will equal in purcha■.;og what u u -iinlly lake,'; half a s< ■■. < yri^si lo .In SEE WINDOW. ■\V. PKNROSR AND CO. SPECIAL SHOWING OF LADIES’ HOSIERY FOR HOLIDAY SEASON. SOME HUNDRED* OF PAIRS OFFERED AT (IENUINE BARGAIN PRICES. ’I 1 !!'; ll'''-io I ;.' -\ l l r:*.• 1 1 in o t u-)• ihP week .ady. >..iji. ' iiinir good m rial u)i the, year's busiue.-s. f,:u!i(.'‘ I 'nilI)I) 1,1 Mo Jli-o. > qualny. lae-s .uifeKs. Un r-n; n real summer v.cijiii, Pu’R D, vo gr<y. akatnpugi sky iiluo. blue, and lawn. The usual }; lit o. lo 3d. S'pod a 1 holiday prioo, 7HI per pair. .s’l-.imlc's Fast liiaol: l.adios' Co non Lisle Hose, Hipcrmr qinldv, with lore ankir«; special value. A) Is 3d and Is 9d per pair. Ladim - Fancy ■'dllv Embroi-ic'-ad Lisle Horn yr.e. '.Mut eod ikisi black; a nioclv-shap, d Mooisny, will) small dainty pattern of colored .-ilk-. Evtta special holiday puce 2 parir, for 2s lid. Ladies' ?.!oio,eri'od Pluck Rile Hose, do,nb' • solos, extra spared hock and toem (XMM tine; they have the appearance of sill; hose. ITic , !- jjii pc- pdr. Radio- - All-wool Plain ('a-din.ove Hoso. tni'hi inkabic and M aink-ss. Those ho«e bay. a silk band icuinil I lie ankles; assort incut, of cdor-, 2- 3d per pair. Ladies - Ali-v.oid Shaped Plain Cashmere IL.io. 2 pair.; f-r 2 2d. Lad o-k Ail- woo’ i’hiin 1 a Mime re Hose, seamless ami nm hrinkiibk'. H Od pier pair. Louie.-' Raney Cashineic liosc. l.ktch. v.i’l; white vertical snipes. |»jjec, U 9-1 and L.-wPes" lilaok i ktslintrrc Hos\ embroiilered olox. made in Enel.uni from lines New /.ea kit'd woe 1 . Erie’. 5s 9d pel - pair. W, PENROSE AND CO. GENTLEMEN’S TIES. SMART NEW TlKs AT REAL BARGAIN PRICES, .IUST TO .SECURE YOUR GOOD WISHES FOR 1915. TARTAN TIES. HUGE TIE STOCK. " Tarian " Ti< s in tvide-end shape or narrow .Paris shape; «di!; (ptaliiy. W'-i! v. unli 2s 6 1 each. Special pric'*. 1* 6.1 each. AH the leading " Clan Tartans" in stock. The •• Strand" Wiile-cnd Th ■< ; smart. patterns; pun silk. The usual 2 s Gd lie. Special price, Is 6d caeh, 45 doz<-n Real limb Poplin Ties, tvith'-onrl shapes. AR the fashionable plain shades in stoci;. The smartosl. tie lo wear. Spioiidid assort litriil of pale shades foe kidic.,' wear Special price, is (3d. A FEW GOOD-RUCK HARGAIN LINES- .ICsT TO END THE YEAR WITH \ND SECURE YOUR GOOD WISHES FDR 1915 PENROSES COLLARS. (due Collar Stork- Is right up to date. Tin; " Opera t oli.i" with tic- peak i’r.um is ilia mi a- fashionable. Wo can supply this and ail other shams u t the low oik's of 5 f.v; 2s. AV. TEN ROSC AND CO., GEORGE STREET.

LO KEONGS SALE. Huy Now Your Xmas. Presents. Choice Selection of DOLLS ami TOYS. CHINESE T LESSOR E. White and Colored SILKS. JAPANESE CREPES. White ami Color?. II AN D-EMHRO! DERKD SILK BLOUSE LENGTHS. Si LIC TIANDKEIICH I KPS, Embroidered and Plain. JAP. FAN’S, UMBRELLAS, and LANTERNS. .Inst Landed. CHINESE WATER LILIES.- | O KEONO, 117 CiEORGE STREET. NOTICE. SPECIAL BANK HOLIDAY. PURSUANT in I lie terms of - The Hanknir Act, loose" SATURDAY, the 2nd day of January. 1915, is hereby appointed •i Special Bank Holiday at. the Offices of tHr undermentioned Hanks throughout. the Dominion . -- THE UNION HANK OF AUSTRALIA, LIMITED. R. A. HOLMES, Inspector. BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. B. M. MOLIN’EAUX, Inspector. THE HANK OF AUSTRALASIA. U. B. SMITH, Acting Inspector. NATIONAL BANK OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED D. W. DUTHTE, Acting General Manager. THE COMMERCIAL BANK OF AUSTRALIA, LIMITED. E. P. YALDWYN, Manager. BANK OF NEW ZEALAND. W. CALLENDER, General Manager. NOTE.—The Bunks will ulso he CLOSED throughout the Dominion on FRIDAY Ist January, 1915 i.NEW YEAR'S DAYJ.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15687, 29 December 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 15687, 29 December 1914

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