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AMUSEMENTS. It I N C E S S T II E A T R E TO-MORROW (NEW YEAR'S BAY) AND .SATURDAY. S"ECTAL MATINEES. 6d SPECIAL MATINEES. 6d 6<l 6d I 6.1 Fcid th" ChiWTron to Sre 6tl 161 THE WONDERFUL HERMANN. 6d Gd 6d 6-1 fid SI 6d 6d 6d 6d 6d 6d 6d ►RINCESS VAUDEVILLE! VAUDEVILLE! THEATRE. Fullcr-Hrennan, Ltd. VAUDEVILLE! TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. MATINEES.: NEW YEAR'S DAY and SATURDAY, 2.3(1. THE TALK OF DUNE DIN. EVERYBODY BEWILDERED. AN OVATION ACCORDED TO EVERY ACT. HERMAN and SHIRLEY. A HERMAN and SHIRLEY. Woird and HERMAN and SHIRLEY. Sensational HERMAN and SHIRLEY. Offering, and The Wonder of 4 Continents. Another Bia Importation. ROSA LEE IVY. " Canfcal ricn ROSA LEE IVY. And ROSA EEE IVY. Comedienne. .Supported by THE MAGPIES. THE MAGPIES. THE MAGPIES. THE MAGPIES. Tlie Cleyorest Musical Comedy Company now Appearing in Vaudeville. E. BRINKMAN AND STEELE SISTERS. A Noveliv .Sinjjin!? and diameter Act. NEIL C4NT. ' Seoleh Vocalist, MONAHAN AND SHEEHAN, A Clever Musical Act. Reserves at the Dresden. No Extra Charge. B.C. and Front Stalls. 2?; Back Stalls, Is; Upper Circle, 6d. LTIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. id Alfred LinleFOR THREE NIGHTS ONLY. Commencing MONDAY NEXT. 4th JANUARY. THE FLORENCE YOL'NG COMPANY Mips FLORENCE YOUNG, Supported by REGINALD ROBERTS. CLAUDE BANTOCK. AND COMPANY. An Unrivalled Combination of Art iff?, who have Earned a Reputation Second In None in the Southern Hemisphere, in the Great Musical Play THE CLIMAX.* •THE CLIMAX.* •THE CLIMAX.* Artistic. Skilfully Constructed, and Endowed with Heart Interest. PRICES- ss. 3*. and Is. Box Plan at Drc-d-p.. Day Sales at .lacM.s's. r.iisuii-s Manager ... JOHN GRIFFITHS. /'l(X)I) OLD NEW ZEALAND. A NEW PATRIOTIC SoXG That Threatens to Rival ' Tipperary ' in Popularity. Chorus: Good old New Zealand'. 'Neath skies so blue, Jiw I el! Old England We'll see her throtmh. Tho* foes oppress you On every hand. Finland, 'we'll help you. Our dear Homeland! Is PER. COPY; Is Id POSTED. TERRY'S MUSIC STORKS. 174-178 Goorsro street. Duucdin. I I>ORTOP.ELLO RAILWAY FERRY. [ 1 S.S. TAREWAI. J THIS DAY.—Meets Trains !-avin- Dimi elm at. 6.15 and 11.15 p.m. I JANUARY Ist.-Trains leave Dunedin at ; 8.30 10 15 a.m., 12.10, 4.10. 6.15 p.m. TAREWAI LEAVES PORT CHALMERS at 0.10, 11.0 a.m.. 1.0 p.m., 5.0. and 7.0 p.m. LEAVES PORTOBELLO at 7.4"., 10 30 | a.m., 12.30, 3.10. 4 30. 6.30 p.m. j TAREWAI continue.-. .loiirncvs m P.ROAD I BAY REGATTA. Januarv 2nd. Trains leave I Dunedin at 8.30, 10.15 a.m., 12.10, 1.17, 3.15. 4.10. ti.ls p.m. TAREWAI LEAVES PORT CHALMERS 9.10. 11.n a.m.. 1.0. 2.0. 1.0. 5.0, 7.0 p.m. LEAVES I'ORTOISEI.LO at. 7.45. 10.30 a.m.. 12.30. 1.30. 3.10. 4.45. 6.50 p.m. TAREWAI will NOT RUN to Connect USUAL 10.15 p.m. Train from Dunedin. GRAND SEA EXCURSION TO FRIDAY. Iff JANUARY. 1915, nnTTE S.S. TAR.UVERA. 2.003 Ems, will make an EXCURSION as above, leaving Dunedin at. 8 ii.ni , and OAMARU (on A Band will Arcomr MEALS. Is <i«l. UN'fON STEAM SHIP CO. OF N.Z., LTD. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. - OTAGO LAND DISTRICT. FIRES ON CRiHYN r.AND.s. CAUTION. . v JOTK'E IS lIEK'EP.V GIVEN ;h:it ever? i.'i Person who, in contravention of rculations. LIGHTS A FIRE IN OR NEAR TO ANY FOREST. WOOD, or GROWING TIMBER to the Crown or anv other Person, whereby or ihroush ALLOWING A FIRE TO SPREAD, any of Timber is Destroyed, FINE not. ex-ceding £SO. MENT for a term not ex. and sliall. in addition th Crown or Person in i ■h Forest. Wood, LIABLE TO A to IMPRISON, ding six months, to,' PAY to th* d the FULL AMOUNT of the DAMAGE DONE. R. T. SADD. Commissioner of Crown Lands Lands and Survev Department, Dunedin. 2>id December. 1914. \ PPLICATIONS are invited for ASSIST--s. a.NT EAUNDRES.S; wages oommeuciii'.' £65 per annum. Also. KITCHENMAID: wages eninmoncine .-£55 pet' annum. Applications, with references, to be forwarded to the MATRON. DEFENCE DEPARTMENT. A REMOUNT OFFICER will VISIT MID- "*- Di.EMARCII on MONDAY, the. 4th. ul TUESDAY. MOUNTED RIFLES. rnh. to PURCHASE lor ARTILLERY and 'B3Y Direction of the Public Seiviee Coin--8.3 missionei', APPLICATIONS will be received bv tin undersigned un lo the 20th JANUARY for the POSITION of ASSISTANT MATRON at '!> Oranasa Home. Christchurrh. Salary aceordnu; to fenle, at. £9O prr annum, with board and qinrter.-. Funhv particulars may be obtained from the Education Department, Wellington, or from the Manager of the Home. E. O. GIBHES, Secretary for Education. Education Department, "Wellington, 24th December, 1914. DELIVERY OF CIP.CULARS, Etc. ! THE EVENING STAR COMPANY, LTD. ! PRINT all descriptions of GROCERS'I and DRAPERS' BILLS, CIRCULARS, Etc , and when so directed liai.d over the rarno to the 'Star' Runners for Outribution with the i ' Star,' which is delivered at, nearly every I h.iusH in tlin CHy and Suburbs, and ulso I cxteusivcU i» tbo Couutrj. '

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5, Evening Star, Issue 15689, 31 December 1914

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