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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 15689, 31 December 1914
AMUSEMENTS. ARY PICKFORD 'MATINEE, 2.30 u FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. Children, 3d and 6(1; Adults, 6d. To Reserve. 1?. TO-NIGHT! At- 8. TO-NIGHT I FRIDAY AXD SATURDAY. ONLY TO BE SEEN AT IHFi OCTAGON, HAY WARDS' 5,555 Feet. hi 5.555 Feet. TTCSS OF THK STORM COUNTRY. TESS OF THE STORM COUNTRY. TESS OF THK STORM COUNTRY. TESS' OF THE STORM COUNTRY. Do Not Fail to See MARY PICKFORD as "TEAS," the Bewitching Stat- of the Picture World, in TESS OF THE STORM COUNTRY. No poet subtle in sympathy and delicate in touch ever created :i more affecting situation than that portrayed in this drama of the. youns life of "TESS." MARY PICKFORD as "TESS." A Dramatic Triumph Greater than any that has yet distinguished Mary Pickford's Phenomen.il Career. EXTRA PICTURES. "War .Series: In and Around BELGIUM. GAUMONT GRAPHIC La (est. Midsummer's Lovo Tangle Comedy. St allf. 6d; D.C.. Is. Reserves Is sd. Plan Dresden till 5: from G. 30 "phone 3,091. NOTE.—Dunns; the Holiday Box Plan at The Octagon, or 'phone 3,091. lie wise and book vour seats. PLAZA x 1 o'clock to 5.30: 6.30 to 10.15. ANOTHER GRAND HOLIDAY PROGRAMME T> Headed bv n Magnificent Phoio Plav, BOHEMIAN LIFE. BOHEMIAN LIFE. BOHEMIAN LIFE. BOHEMIAN LIFE. BOHEMIAN LIFE. BOHEMIAN LIFE. A Charming Storv, Telling of an Ariisl.'i Stntpaic for FAME. Gorgeously Staffed and Acted by an All-.-tw Cast, with LEAH RAIRD and WILLIAM SHAY Tn the Leading Parts. BOHEMIAN LIFE, Or THE SEA COASTS OF BOHEMIA. An Extraordinary Drama, in 52 Parts. BRIGHT, (JAY. AND BREEZY. BRIGHT. G\Y, AND BREEZY. WAR NEWS. WAR NEWS. BeVian Heroes Burned.—Tn the New Forest with th" Indians. etc., etc. DELAYED CHAMPION. An Es.--.uiav Coniedv. I.oooft. One Loiifr, Hearty Lautfh. Supporting Series include : Grieu in Me!!: Scenic Operator and Superintendent Felnir .Inurnnl FLIRTY FLORENCE COMIC Priees: ADULTS. 6.5 : CHILDREN, 3d nnuE new yeaß ceilidh of this so. .1 r-jelv will be held at. the ART GALLERY HALL TO-NIGHT fThursdivl. the 31st. at H oVlock Exeellent. Programme of Gaelic and Scottish with Highland Dances. Tlie Tipe Baud mil Pipers of the Society will p'H'fiU'lll. Dam-in:; will follow Propramtno. Half Net Proceeds to po to Bcinian Relict Fund. ADMISSION Is. .10I1N MT.ACHLAN.
NEW YEAR'S DAY CALET>OXIAX G U O T7 X D S. TIIK ATTRACTION OF THK YF.AI!. W SOCIF.TV OF OTACO. Ti ANNUAL <;ATIU-RINO. Juried Pro!»r.'innii? of Sport*. C'ompnJiiiu pipin<; and ha.vinc,. HTl.\(i AND KI'NMNt;. Kt<\ Fveins io }>c run under flic Ru ~f il„. \ / \..\.A. A dm if ADCI.TS. 'HIJ.WJKN, 6< riPK HAM) IN rn-riitKi. F
TATFRI AGRICULTURAL SOCIFTY. - |Tir ANNUAL SHOW AT MOSGiF.L THURSDAY. Mth JANUALY. 1915. KNTRIKS CLOSK Kih .JANUARY. A Special I'm- of £lO 10s is offered by : well-known Canterbury Hinder for m« point-- in Draught Horses. Schedules will bi posted ou application t-o \V K. M'LKAN. Secretary. Bo\ 20; 'Phone 2x Mostriei. CORPORATION NOTICES. I'.oRuUGH OF I'OHT CHALMI-RS. PUMI.K NoTKL IS HKRF.BY tiIVF.N thru i>ui-su.iiil to tli" provisions oi the Municipal Corporations Act. 1908. Ill" ANNUAL ISALANCF.-SHF.KT o f ,ho Bor.mirh of Tori Chalmers lor the ve.ir ended March 31m. 191 J. and ilt" RFPORT OF THK AUDIT OFFK'K thereon, will bo OI'F.N FOR. INSPKCTION at, the Town Ciork's office corner of Grov and Roach street.". !V.n, Chalmers, dunim oilier, hour*, from the 18th DKCKMKF.R. 19U. to 30: li JANUARY, •:913 iiml slim Copies of such Balance-slue* .ind Import may be obtaimd on application. .1. W. FRASF.R. Town fieri:. RELIGIOUS. VIIK 2a:h ANNUAL CHRISTIANS wi :rf.ncf. OF be hold in HALL. Moray plti-o. on .1 a.m ARV 1 and 2. \LI-D\Y cunmciiewic 1' „~, ■> m ;,nd 7 n.m. SUNDAY. ord. RINITY MLTHODIST CHURCH. A .Stuart sued.-Watch Niedit Service THIS FYFNINO. a! 111:"). Rev. Mr Walker will conduct the service. LOST AND FOUND. flj taohod : black, white breast. whitetippod mil; ons»-or= •■.lack." Finder please communicate. Fonwiolc. 16 Cranston road. Anderson's Hay. _ __ 5 OST. Child's I'.au. eoiit.-uniii'.' silver J bundle 'kocp-ake., between Cargill road and Cutten road. Wi':l finder please rottmi to 20i Cut ten Amu "OST. Tii;' Itiifr. betwedi Dunodiu, WaiJ tut J. L<iih Valley road: reward. Appiy .!. Mcto.ilf, lmrdresspr, George street, f'TIST. "tiold Broe.ch oloani. 'Reward reut tnniiiiK to 118 Albany street. " OST. bjtwecn Si. Clair and Mnoandrew X> ro::d, small Gold Bracelet. Plens? return Browniee, fruiterer, Carpiil's Corner; reward. r OST, by youn=r Girl, Wristlet Purse-, JLJ containing mc'iiey; reward. J. R. M'Konzie.'s. Princes street. " OST. One Five and Two Silicic Pound J..J- Notes: reward. A. Bookman, Railway Parcels Office. "IT OST St. Kildn Bench, yesterday), Puppy J-J I'uj;; reward. 44 Richardson street, st- Kilda. Mail wlio on Tuefda-y moniiuir »». tooic Overcoat from boy at Caigill i oail-Wesley street corner, but missed owner, please return to H. Dowland, 44 Wesley TUJUND.— Friends and \ tsitors JSlioppiiiy White- House, All Dav Sfuurdav. Jami rutinent. Todd, George
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