AMUSEMENTS. pRINCESS THEATRE. Direction ... _ ... Fullcr-Brennan, Ltd. VAUDEVILLE! VAUDEVILLE! VAUDEVILLE! VAUDEVILLE! TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. Unquestionably THE GREATEST ATTRACTION IN DUNEDIN CITY. A GLORIOUS SUCCESS.' HUNDREDS TURNED AWAY LAST NIGHT. AN OVATION ACCORDED TO EVERY ACT. MATINEES; NEW YEAR’S DAY and SATURDAY, 2.30 HERMAN and SHIRLEY'. HERMAN and .SHIRLEY. HERMAN and SHIRLEY. HERMAN and SHIRLEY. A Weird and Sensational Offering, and The Wonder of $ Continents. Another Rig Importation. A ROSA LEE IVY T . Of Great ROSA LEE IVY. Dazzling j Star. ROSA LEE IVY. Brightness, Cantat.rico and Comedienne. ! (Support ed by i THE MAGPIES. THE MAGPIES, THE MAGPIES'. THE MAGPIES. Cissy O'Keefe. Alto; Lou Vernon, Tenor; (Iris Edgar, Soprano; Cliff O’Keefe, Baas; Pearl Livingston, Soubrctte; B. Maloney, Comedian; Kennedy Black, Entertainer. I The Cleverest Musical Comedy lA’er. iE. BRINKMAN AND STEELE SISTERS. fE. BRINKMAN AND STEELE SISTERS. ! A Novelty Singing and Character Act. j NEIL CANT. A Bonny Scotch i NEIL CANT. Singer and Comedian. ! MONAHAN AND SHEEHAN, j MONAHAN AND SHEEHAN, A Clever Musical Act. Reserves at the Dresden. No Extra Charge* D.C. and Front Stalls, 2s; Back Stalls, l«f Upper Circle, 6d. IJJIS MAJESTY’S THEATRE. 1 Lessees: George Willoughby, Limited, j Managing Director ... George Willoughby, , Directors...George T. Eaton, A. B. Davies, and Ben J. Fuller. GEORGE WILLOUGHBY’S PREMIER DRA MAT!C COMPANY', Headed by George Cross and Miss Vera Keinee. I THE EVER OPEN DOOR. THE EVER OPEN DOOR. A Play that Appeals to Everyone. A Play with a. Heart. Interest. 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), j CAMILLE. 3s. 2s, Ib. WAR PRICES. ss, 2s, la. ! Box Plan at Hie Dresden.' NO BOOKING I FEE. Enrlics as usual at Jacobs's. , Manager George Roller. DI NN A’ FORG ET" 1 X X A’ FORGET" j NEW YEAR'S DAY, JANUARY 1, 1915. ! THE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY OP OTAGO. 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 i PIPING and DANCING. WRESTLING, PIPING and DANCING. WRESTLING. Record Entries. ! Record Entries. Q. II CITING. RUNNING, Etc. CJUOITING. RUNNING, Etc. A Word to the Wise. —The Best, and Most Profitable Way to Spend New Year’s Day. Admission to Grounds: Adults, Is; Children, Cd. Children tinder 10 years (accompanied bv parents) Free to Ground. PIPE BAND IN ATTENDANCE. : With Choice Patriotic and National Music. W. E. (’. REID, Secretary. ! ■..■== SPORTING. ! z - TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS, ; » - CAR ISHHOOK GROUNDS, Commencing ! WEDNESDAY. 3fuh DECEMBER, I9U. , Season Tickets : To Ground, 2s 6d: to Stand, i 2s 6d. | Admission Each Dnv ; To Ground, Is; to Stand, Is. ! ALL PRESENT N.Z. CHAMPIONS COMPETING, ! A ETHER PETH ERICK, Sec. N.Z.L.T.A., I tare. City Hotel. ' NORTH OTAGO JOCKEY CLUB. , y U M M E R MEETI N G. ; n .lANCARV 2nd and 4th. \ WEIGHTS will appear DECEMBER 29ih. CI.OSF. WEDNESDAY, ' Den :rdi. r 30th, at fi p.m. G. M. PROCTER. Secretary. (lamaru. < PORTS, MIDDLEMARCH, JANUARY 1, ? 1915. 'II,LIAMS BROS.. LIGHT LUNCHEON. Is. Iso, FRUIT. CORDIALS, and CONFECTIONERY, CIG A R KTTES. BRIGHTON AMATEUR SPORTS, > NEW YEAR'S DAY", On the. Brighton Domain, lot Pans. Tug ~i War. .Shouting Matchei Aunt. Sallv. Children's Events, 'Etc.. Etc. Open to All. ADMISSION, I*. Conic ! Enjoy the Fun! AUCTIONS. j WEDNESDAY". 30th DECEMBER, I At 2 o'clock. ' CLEARING AUCTION SALE. | Superior Household Furniture of Every Description. .MASSIVE s;t SOLID OAK SIDEBOARD, Heavily Carved and Quaint Design. DINING ROOM SUITE, in Golden Oak and Upholstered in Genuine Hexine; it Lovely Suite. DU CHESS E PAIR,' Beautifully Finished, Bronze Panelling. Kitchen Drcssc r, Chans, Tubies, Mangle. Washing Machine, Gem's Bicycle, j Etc., Etc. J' AMES SAMSON AND. 00. have been favored with instruction* : lo sell by AUCTION, at their Rooms, Dowiiiur street, a Catalogue of Handsome Household Furniture, including— Hands arc Chesterfield settee (in brown moquc-Ue), 2 divan chairs to match, bronze kerb .suite, fenders and irons, heavy Axmiustor vugs, .skin and velvet, rugs, paltn stands and bowls, large A.xminster carpet square, quaini ball si and. side scat, carved bail settee, very quaint Dutch hall suite, ball runner, bavonir ter, lace curtains, curtain pedes ami fittings, massive d.i. beds and bedding, duchrsse chests, wing.mirror dach- , t,-.so pair, marble and tile washstands, toilet t ware, single iron beds, blankets, quilts, lir.o. 1 It •an, decks, easy wicker and upholstered I .'hairs, kit-chtn and cooking utensils, lamps, ; mangle, tools, pots, pan.., eu-., esc. i Tiiis catalogue comprise* a very fine lor i of good furnuuro of modern designs, and ; should bo of special interest to country visi- : li.rs. j Wo will pack (ho goods free of charge, and arrangements can be made to forward to any destination. ON VIEW TUESDAY AND MORNING OP i-ALE. IN ordetr to have (ho ‘Star’ out in good time, it is found impossible to classify Advertisements that tome in after nootl Alter this hour they cannot bo classified. We would therefore request Advertisers to kindly Ear (his iu mind, and send i> (hail Order* Earlr
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