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AMUSEMENTS. 1 HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. Sole Direction: George. Stephenson awl Alfred Linley. AX IMPORTANT ATTRACTION, Commencing MONDAY NEXT. MONDAY NEXT. FOR MONDAY NEXT THREE MONDAY NEXT NIGHTS MONDAY NEXT. ONLY. MONDAY NEXT. MISS FLORENCE YOUNG THE GIFTED OPERATIC STAB. And Her Own SPE'OIALLY-SEI.E.OI'ED COMPANY. Including REGINALD ROBERTS and CLAUDE BANTOCTC, In the Charming Musical Play. THE OLIMAX. Mi«s THE CLIMAX. Young'* THE CLIMAX. Greatest THE CLIMAX. Triumph. THE: CLIMAX. THE CLIMAX. "'The Climax' is a Bright Comedy, -with just those element,'; that, hit calculated to enlist in its favor the whole-hearted sunport of cultured men and women."—' Sydney Morning Herald.' MONDAY NEXT. TUESDAY NEXT. ' WEDNESDAY NEXT. PRICES: ss. ■ Day Sales at Ji Business M-anatri Florence- Young In THE CLIMAX. Last Night Florence Young. .s. Plan at Dresden. 'JOHN GRIFFITHS. SPECIAL PICTURES FOR THE CHILDREN TO-DAY. QUEEN'S THEATRE. PERPETUAL PICTURE PALACE. ir Lart Opportunity of Witnessing the KEYSTONE COMEDY SUCCESS, KEYSTONE COMEDY SUCCESS, KEYSTONE COMEDY SUCCESS, NEW YORK GIRL "ONE OF THE GREATEST YET." And Magnificent Supporting Array. ONE PRICE TO ALL PARTS : ADULTS, SIXPENCE; CHILDREN, 3d. MONDAY NEXT.. MONDAY NEXT. Something that will get the Duncdin Fair Sex Talking. THE WOMAN WITH THE RED HAIR. A Truly Magnificent Nordisk. Production in Three Parts. Everyone in the City An Enormous Succe Ceni 11 want to see in the Norther MARY PICKFORD.—LAST SCREENING. TO-NIGHT (at 8). ONLY TO BE SEEN AT npi-TR OCTAGON, HAY WARDS' TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT'. MARY PICKFORD in the Famous Tale OF A WOMAN'S HEROISM. TESS' OF THE .STORM COUNTRY. TESS' OP THE STORM COUNTRY. TBSS OP THE STORM COUNTRY. Tess of the Storm Country, the drama of a woman's unconquerable faith, written by a woman who nows her sex, will appeal to the entirn feminine population of the world —and the other half. Tess, with her quaint philosophy of life, at once humorous and pathetic, is one of the most powerful characterisations, ever conceived. Tess is a:i elemental typs of womanhood —a. primitive heart struggling with modern conditions and the- delicate tortures of civilisation. Mary I Pickford as Tess, the ragged little "squatter" girl—dirty, but beautiful, rude, wilful, saucy, but noble and self-sacrificing—renders I a portrayal of inexhaustible fascination. I Stalls. 6d: D.C., Is. For Reserves, Plan] Octagon, or 'phone 3,091 until 7 p.m. | LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. DON'T USE a certain kind of anything just because your Grandmother did it before you. IMPROVEMENT IS THE ORDER OF THE AGE. LANES' ITERS ARE RIGHT UP MANUFACTURED FROM, OUR BLUE ROCK SPRING Telephone 47. THE GILBERT PL\NO. dass English Manufacture, at Moderate Cost. HOWELL AND CO., Sole Agents. OCTAGON, Duncdin. v * ' URGENTLY, A FEW HUNDRED SECOND-HAND PETTICOATS OR OTHER. FEMININE GARMENTS, For the sturdy young (wo)meii crowding our streets, cricket pitches, bowling greens, etc., every night in the week, . and looking forward eagerly to a right "good time" at Christmas, while the* Old Country is calling for more men, and the "Absent-minded Beggars," both of Army and Navy, are doing their country's work, and risking life and iimt>. NEW GARMENTS WILL NOT ACCEPTED, As these for whom they are required are not worth the extra expense. Offers must be sent to "NOT PLAYING THE GAME,'' ' Star' Office. BRITISH PERFUME FOR BRITISHERS. OLD ENGLISH LAVENDER WATER is an acceptable Present at this season. That made by Wilkinson and Son from the Finest .English Lavender is noted for its delicate and lasting fragrance. Special supplies now ready at prices from 2s upwards. WILKINSON AND SON, 'reseription Pharmacists, Dunedin. NEW STYLES IN LADIES" BAGS. iJE HAVE'JUST OPENED UP a very ?i fine selection of Ladies* Bags from the best English houses. Wo. have the following modern styles:—Moire, Mirror, Kodak, Sabertash, Burlington, and Trapeze, in hard-grained Moroccos, Seal, Suedes, and Puma Calf. Every bag guaranteed. Prices moderate. Inspection cordially invited. J. WILKIE AND CO., Princes street. THE NEW AMERICAN SODA FOUNTAIN 13 Now Open at THE SAVOY. mHE SODA FOUNTAIN is one of the JL<' Most Popular Institutions in th« Uniteu States and the big 'cities of Australia. Its Delicious Drinks take the place of Afternoon Tea during the Summer, being Cool, Refreshing, Novel, and Most Enjoyable, Ice Cream Sodas, with Pure Fruit Flavors /with or without Straws). Exquisite Beverages, comprising 12 varieties, 6d per glass, serred with Biscuits,, THE SAVOY, "Restaurant tie Luxe," Moray place (comer Princes street). TENDERS. PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS. HEATING- AND VENTILATION. t RENDERS will be received at this. Office •X until noon of Friday, 26th February,! 1915. for the Surmlv and Installation '<' i HEATING and VENTILATION PLANT | and EQUIPMENT in the New Parliament Buildings, Wellington. Drawings, Epecinotiens, and condition* of contract may be seen at the Public Works Offices, Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, and Duncdin. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. H. J. F. BLOW. Under-Secretary. Public Works Office, Wellington, 9th October, 1914. NOTE.-—The time for receiving these tenders has been extended from 3th January to 2SLI! JL H. BLffiE-.,.... ,;

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 15690, 2 January 1915

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 6 Issue 15690, 2 January 1915

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