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AMUSEMENTS. I A Comedy To-day of Merriment that Hake* Life One Joyous Holiday. TEW QUEEN'S THEATRE. 1 PERPETUAL PICTURE PALACE. Dailv: 12 noon till 10.30 (non-stop). fPECJAL HOLIDAY ATTRACTION. SPECIAL. HOMDAY ATTRACTIOK. TO-DAY, from 1?. o'clock Noon. MANA GERIAL NOTIFICATION. Following on the triumphant auooesi achieved recently by the. screening of th« Keystone Star Corned y "The Property Mu,' the Management take pleasure in announcing to the thousands of patrons who viewed with delight this side-splitting: fa.ree that. they have rjecn fortunate enough in securing as a SPECIAL HOLIDAY ATTRACTION Another of these extremely amusing and popular Keyshme COMEDIES, Keystone Keystone COMEDIES, Keystone. Keystone COMEDIES, Keystone Entitled THE NEW YORK GIRL Featuring; the Irresistible and Inimitable MABEL NORMANDE MABEL NORMANDE (Keystone Ma.be!). In (his Screaming Farcical Comedy Mabel is seen in tome telling examples of her genius. Bubbling over with mischief and deiicious abandon that will create roar* of merriment. Also, a Powerful Vitagraph Dram*, THE CRIME OF 'CAIN. THE CRIME OF GAIN. THE CRIME OF 'GAIN. Jack Spratt as a Policeman Comedy. O That. Jack of Diamonds Comedy. Grcaicr Love „ Lubin Drama. Australian Gazette Topical, A GREAT HOLIDAY BILL. Send the Kiddies Along To-d«y. We'll Look After Them. ONE PRICE TO ALL PARTS: ADULTS, SIXPENCE; CHILDREN, 3d. ING ' S THEATRE. FULLERS' CONTINUOUS PICTURES. COINC DAILY FROM 1.30 To 10 p.m., WITHOUT STOPPING— NEW WAR SPECIALS. ABOUND THE BELGIAN CAPITAL. PATHE WAR. GAZETTE. One of the Most. Sensational and Thrilling Pictures Ever Screened. MOTOR POLO MATCH. Specially-constructed R-ncing Cars are used for the Match. You can fee the cms overturned, occupant* thrown out, and cars smashed. Gel a Lesson in Motor Driving. The Heart-stirring Real Life Photo-plav, SACRIFICE OF KATHLEEN. Something to Think About. INMATES OF THE AQUARIUM. The Exciting Knlem Drama, DEMON OF THE RAILS. The Delightful Comedr, A MATTER OF RECORD, AN EXTRAORDINARY BILL. DON'T FORGET! AYE ARE GOING ALL DAY. 1.30 to 10 p.m., WITHOUT STOPPING. ADULTS, 6d. CHILDREN. 31. "LEST WE FORGET." Jl U R N R_ H A L L. To Music-lovers generally, and Scotch Folk partieularlv. THE KENNEDYS" THE KENNEDYS A REAL GUID SCOTCH NIGHT. Splendid Scotch Ballads and Instrument*! Mufic. 3 FAREWELL PERFORMANCES Of THE KENNEDYS. And "Auld Lang Syne." " God i*ave the King." Admission ... 3s. and 2s. BROAD BAY REGATTA, FRIDAY, .JANUARY Ist, 1915. Profits in aid of tho BELCIAN RELIEF FUND. ARBOR EXCURSIONS By the Favorite Ferry Boats T.S. WAIREKA and T.S. WAIKANA NEW YEAR'S DAY and SATURDAY, Leaving Rattray Street Wharf at 9.50 a.m. 10 a.m. 1.20 p.m. 2.30 p.m. 5.15 p.m. 7.45 p.m. THURSDAY, December 31, Late Boat. 11 p.m. SATURDAY, Jamiarv 2. the Late. Boat will NOT run. A Boat will leave Portobrllo on Ne Eve at 7.30 for town. The Cheapest Way to Spend a Holiday it Down the Harbor. RETURN TICKETS: ADULTS. K 6d. CHILDREN. 6d. NEW YEAR HOLIDAYS. NORTH SPIT AND MAORI KAIK. FRIDAY. Ist. SATURDAY, 2nd. .SUNDAY. 3rd 'Circumstances permitting!. S. ' M A H E N O • Will ienve Duncdin at, 10 a.m., Returning 4 p.m. 34 Miles Cruise of (he Harbor for Is. ONE SHILLING. UNEDIN FERRY COMPANY. LIMITED. SPORTINC. X>EI/;IAN RELIEF REGATTA, BROAD BAY, NEW YEAR'S DAY. JANUARY 1, 18U Lirge Entries- Excellent Racing. A Splendid Trip Down ibe Harbor. Total Proceeds for the Belgian Relief Fund. NORTH OTAtiO JOCKEY CLUB. UMMERME E T I N O, JANUARY 2nd and 4t 2.060 SOVS. STAKES. 2 060 SOYS. FIRST RACE EACH DAY AT 12.30 P.M. Excutfioti Fares hoih days from Dunedin and intermediate station*. Fatt Fpecltl Train will leave Diinrdin for Oamsru on JANUARY 2nd. ?.t 7.35 a.m., running bo opposite Ricrcoursc. returning from Course for Dunrdin at 5.50 p.m. On MONDAY, 4:h January, the last raoa will start at, 4.55 p.m., to en?.b!e patron* from the i to witness nil event.?, and return by tlw Down Mai; Ttain leaving Oamaru m 5.29 P ' nl ' G. M. PROCTER, WAIKOUAITI RACES. TO-MORROW NEW YEAR'S T)AYi. INCURSION TRAINS will LF.AVT. I IHJNEDIN at 9.25. 9.55, and 10.10, arriving in time for Firtf Race. HEC'UiID FILLDi, XMOUD FLSLttSL

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 15689, 31 December 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 8 Issue 15689, 31 December 1914

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