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Page 5 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 15688, 30 December 1914
AMUSEMENTS. nßTvmrss THEATRE. direction Fuller-Brcnnan, Ltd \ Auutvu,Lt: VAUDEVILLE! VAUDEVILLE! VAUDEVILLE! TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. MATINEES: NEW YEAR'S DAT and SATURDAY, j A GLORIOUS SUCCESS. i HUNDREDS TURNED AWAY LAST i NIGHT. I AN OVATION ACCORDED TO EVERY ACT. HERMAN and SHIRLEY. A i HERMAN and SHIRLEY. Weird and 'HERMAN and SHIRLEY. Sensation*! I HERMAN and SHIRLEY. Offering, and | The Wonder of 4 Continents. i Another Hi; Importation. ROSA LEE IVY. " Caniatricc ROSA LEE IVY. And ROSA LEE IVY. Comedienne. (Supported bv I THE MAGPIES. THE MAGPIES. THE MAGPIES. THE MAGPIES. The. (.'lf.vciT-.t, Musical Comedy Company noir Appearing in Vaudeville. E. BRINKMAX AND STEELE SISTERS | A Novelty nnd Character Act. | NEIL CANT. Scotch Vocalist. ] MOXAHAN AND SHEEHAN, ] A Cllcrer Musical Act. 1 Reserves at the Dresden. No Extra Charpe. D.C. and Front Stalls, 2s; Back Stalls, li; Upper Circle, 6d. "IS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. lessees -. George Willoughby, Limited. Managing Director ... Georgo Willougbby. SEASON GETTING SHORTER,. EVER OPEN DOOR. TO-NIGHT, EVER OPEN DOOR. LAST EVER OPEN DOOR. NIGHT. TO-MORROW NIGHT AND FRIDAY NIGHT. THE GREAT WAR. DRAMA, OUIDAS UNDER TWO FLAGS. COME and See thp Rpn.iist.ie BATTLE, Cannon Roomins-. Rifles Firing, l'uplps Blaring. FRENCH AND ENGLISH FIGHTING .'•IDE BY SIDE. The Whole a Piece of Sijigc Realism seldom ever St acrri in n-nv Metropolitan Theatre. I SATURDAY NIGHT (Last Night), I C.UIILLE will be Starred. | AVAR PRICES- 3s, 2s. Is. I EARLTFS AS USUAL. Day Sales at ..T.ieobc's. j Manager George Btillcr. T-JTS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. Direct inn : Geor.ce Stephenson and Alfred Linley. FOR THREE NIGHTS ONLY. Commencing' MONDAY NEXT. 4th JANUARY. THE FLORENCE YOUNG COMPANY Present* Mis* FLORENCE YOUNG, ■Supported by REGTNALD ROBERTS. CLAUDE BANTOCK, AND COMPANY. An Unrivalled Combination of Artist?, -who have Earned a. Reputation Second to Nona in the Southern Hemisphere, in the Great Musical Play •THE CLIMAX. - •THE CLIMAX. - 'THE CLIMAX.' Tito Most Successful Production of Modern Skilfully Construe! od with Heart Inter Tourine, Manager.. I X X A' 1 N N A' nnd Is. Box Plan at it JaebbsV. VICTOR BECK. FORGET* FORGET* NEW YEARS DAY. JANUARY 1, 1915. CALEDONIAN SOCIETY 53rd ANNUAL GATHERING. Slid ANNUAL GATHERING. To Commence at the Society's Delightful Ground?. Kensington, at, 2 p.m. sharp A Varied Programme of Sports, comprising PIPING and DANCING. WRESTLING, PIPING and DANCING. WRESTLINO Record Entries. Record I'jtinrs. QUOITING. RUXXING. Etc QI'OITING. RUNNING. Etc. A Word to the Wise.—The Best and Most 'Profitable Way to Spend New Year's Day. Admission io Grounds- Adults. Is; Children. 6d. Children under 10 years laccom-pa-nieu bv pareiii.s) Free to Groittid. PIPE HAND IN AITENDANCE. With ( boire Patriotie and National Mimic. W. E. C. REID, Secretary. GAELIC SOCIETY. THE. NEW YEAR CEILIDH of this So. eietv v.-il! b» held ai- the ART GALLERY 'HALL TO-MORROW (Thursday) EVENING, the 31-1 in-t.. :u 8 o'clock. Kv-ioi:: Programme of (iaeli- and Settish Sonirv t\i:h Highland Dances. P.ati'i mid Pipers 0 f tie Society Half Net PiBelgian ReADMISSION U. AUCTIONS. MONDAY. Ist FEBRUARY. 1915, Ai 12 ~'rlock. noon. JOHN GEERIN AND CO, have received insl from thi Uuiiedin tity Council to offer for sale Io public Htici!"ii. at. their Rooms, PntK-e.-sireet on tlie aliove-mentioned date, th< fol-owinc C,moral lon TWENTY-ONE-YEARS' iU'II.IHXG LEASES, viz. :- Section 49. Bled; 17. DunrUin, tt preset!! held bv Messrs Winipcnny Bi.-.s. The upset rental ic. £IOO pet annum, and the valuation for buildhies and inipiovements £1,366 13s 4d. A.Mtinent 1. Repenl Road Reser. , Dunedin. at present held by .las. T. Mackerras's eseeufors. The upset. rental i- £lB per annum. Allotment 23. Reserve. Dunedin, a; pres-ot held' bv H. F. Hardy's truMfes. The up 8 * rent*] is £7 per annum, and ttie valuation for bitiidiiips and improvement!* £750. Alolniont 11. Subdivision of Sections I and 2. Rioek 4, Upper Kaikorai. at inc-em held by Jes'ir M'lvor. Thu upset rental is £5 iOs per annum, and th" valuation for bnildinjrs and improvement' £4OO. Allctnient 38. Subdivision of Section* I and '?. Block 4. Upper Kailcorai. at pr.' sent held by Ellen S. Henderson. 'I he upset rental is £6 10s pel annum, and Ihe valuation ifor buildin;'-, and improvements £IOO. Allotment'- 51. Sub-lit -«ion of Sections 1 and '?.. Bl'ek 4. Upper Kflikorni. at pi-fspif he!'! bv TJimrr.n Thomson. The upsft rrntal is £4 10s and tho valuation for b'liiuiii??. and improve mrnts £4. Albvtmmls 5? and 53. Subdivision of Sections 1 and 2. Biord; 4. Upper Kaikorai. fit pre-ent hell by Dinie?.n Thiiii'fin. The upset rrnla.i l» £8 10s. ar.d the valuation for improvements £2l. Allot mem 54. .Subdivision nf Section"; 1 and 2. Block 4. Upper Kaikorai. at present held by Wm. .1. Wnvon. The u;r-et rental is £3 20s per annum. ' Alle.niimt 51, Section 6. Town Disirief, South Dunedin. at present held bv John T.. Robrrss. The upiet renvd is £3 per Biinuin, and the valuation for building! and improvement* £2OO. Furtlyr part'miliars of the ab.ivr- may be obtained upon application to the TOWX CLERK ; Or THE AUCTIONEER* Dunedin, 2oru
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