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AMUSEMENTS. pRINCESS VAUDEVILLE! VAUDEVILLE! THEATRE, ... Fuller-Brenntn, Ltd VAUDEVILLE! ViJODF/VTLLB! TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. THE TALK OP DUNEDIN. EVERYBODY BBWILDERID. AN OVATION ACCORDED TO EVERT ACT HERMAN and SHIRLEY, A HERMAN and SHIRLEY. Weird and HERMAN and SHIRLEY. Sensational HERMAN and SHIRLEY. Offering, and : The- Wonder of 4 Continents. Another Big Importation. > IVY. Canta-trice ROSA LEE IVY. And ROSA LEE IVY. Comedienne. Supported by THE MAGPIES. THE MAGPIES. THE MAGPIES. THE MAGPIES. The Cleverest- Musical Comedy Company noT» Appearing in Vaudeville, E. BRINKMAN AND STEELE SISTERS. A Novelty Singing and Character Act. NEIL CANT. Scotch Vo< MONAHAN AND SHEEHAN, A Clever Musical Act. Reserves at the Dresden. No Extra Charge. D.C. and Front. Stalls, 2s; Back Stalls, Is; Upper Circle, 6d. "IS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. Lessees : George "VYilloughby, Limited. Managing Director ... George Wi'.lougnby. TO-NIGHT—LAST NTGHT. GEORGE WILLOUGHBYS PREMIER DRAMATIC COMBINATION. TO-NIGHT. CAMILLE. TO-NIGHT. Miss Vera Remee, CAMILLE. TO-NIGHT. In her Great CAMILLE. TO-NIGHT. Character and CAMILLE. TO-NIGHT. Idealisation of CAMILLE. TO-NIGHT. " CAMILLE." CAMILLE. TO-NIGHT. Lifelike Story of TO-NIGHT. LONDON LITE. CAMILLE. CAMILLE. CAMTJ.-LE. TO-NIGHT. LONDON LITE. CAMILLE. TO-NIGHT. The Part of CAMTJ.-LE. TO-NIGHT Annand trill be CAMILLE. TO-NIGHT. enacted by CAMILLE. TO-NIGHT. Mr George Cross. CAMILLE. TO-NIGHT. CAMILLE. And the whole supnort of THE- MOST POPULAR" COMPANY TRAVELLING. TO-NIGHT—LAST NIGHT. Jox Plan at Jacobs's. NO BOOKING CHARGE. Earlies as usual at Jacebs's. Manager George Builer. ''A Happy "BEGG'S" invite those wtio prefer jrivtnj? Ilieir Presents at the New Year, making thera "No'rday" Gifts, to inspect the splendid' stock of Musical Instruments r.ow on vie-Ji at their Warehosrsa. An instnncat i? real!.; a most desirable gift, for young folks -it musical tastes, and Tin finer or more rcfisbV instruments aro obtain INSTRUISNTS TO SUIT EVERYBODY AT MODERATE PRICES! COMPLETE- VIOLIN OUTFITS, including V.rrsd Mode! Violin, Bm, BUck-wood Caen, Extra, Ret r.i Strinjrs, and Tutor, ?,& : 32s 6d, 50s, 70s. VIOLINS. 245, 30s, 355, 455, SOs, 105s, etc. 4C-COP.DIONS, 7s 6d, 12s 6d, 18s, SOs, etc. MOUTH ORGANS, 6d, Is, Is 6d, 2s, 2s 6d, 5s Bcl, 8s 6d. ZUTES, 3s 6d, 10s 6d, 12s 6d, 33s 6d, 40a, etc. MANDOLINS, complete outfit, 30s and SOs. AUTOHARPS, 32s 6d, 17s 6d, 20s, 27s 6d, BANJOS. CONCERTINAS, CORNETS, BAGPIPES, Etc. fWIAfi. BEGG AND CO., LTD., *~> Headquarters for Musical Instruments, Princes street, BOARD ANO RESIDENCE. AOKSON'S Private Hrtc 1 , Bowling street,:i> Dumer 3.2 till 2; J'ta., j!f 7; Socifcll and Parties rarered for; cn.vmiiteo room. I'.rst->■:.'<'-s A'-'-w".noielion Yi..:tors. GLADSTONE HOUSE, Horsy pkc». ('phone 2.lßo).—Best Accommodation..,. visitors; personal supervision. Moas «n<s: M'Pherson. HOLIDAY RESORTS. Yi small Furnished Cottage, near town;; tonus. "Seaside No. 2," 'Star' Office. SPORTING. NORTH OTAGO JOCKEY CLUB. Continuation of C<UMMERM E E T I N G, MONDAY, 4th JANUARY. 2,060 SOTS. STAKES. 2.060 SOYS. FIRST RACE AT 12.30 P.M. EXCURSION FARES FROM DUXEDIN AND INTERMEDIATE STATIONS. On MONDAY, 4th January, the last race will start at 4.55 p.m., to enable patrons from the south to witness all events and return by the Down Mail Train leaving Oa-maru at 5.29 p.m. G, M. PROCTER, Secretary, EDUCATIONAL. "ORESBYTERIAN COLLEGE FOB I , YOUNG LADIES, AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND. LADY PRINCIPAL. Salary to commence, £350 per annum, witi. Boartl and Residence. Applical ions are invited for the above- . named Position fiom Graduates in Arts or Science of a British or Colonial University. Candidates mint have had not less than 5 years' experience in teaching: and not lesf chart 3 years' teaching' in a secondary school for young ladies, must not, exceed 45 of age, and must, be members in full com* munion with the Presbyterian Church. The successful applicant will be to produce a medical certificate of health, and will be expected, to begin duty o« FEBRUARY Irt, 1915, or as soon thereafter a-, possible. Application!', with accompanying tecti* monials, will be received up to "JANUARY 12th, 1915, b,JAMES ROBERTSON, 22 Union Buildings, Custom street, .fueldaid. X.Z. PLEASE NOTE that AGE LIMIT hu been EXTENDED ,nirl TIMT; for RECEIVING APPLICATIONS. TAIERI AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. -'jTH ANNUAL SHOW AT MOSGIEL THURSDAY, 14th JANUARY, 1915. . ENTRIES CLOSE Bth JANUARY, A Special Prize of £lO ICs is *ffer«d by s well-known Canterbury Broedef f*t most points in Draught Horses. Sche&sfat *IU b« posted on application to W. E. H'LEAN, Seottj**}. Bos 20: 'Phone 25, Mosgicl. DELIVERY OF CIRCULARS, Etc. rpHE EVENING ETAR COMPANY, LTD. .L PRINT all drsor-ptlocu of GROCEJIS 1 ami DRAPERS' KLLS, CIRCULARS, Etc., and when ?<-> <liri?rtp<l hard over tb* same ta the 'Star' Runners for Distribution with the 'Star,' which is delivered at nearly erej-y house in. th* City pad jnd also ftxtansi'rejr la tfcfl Counter ' -.; *-

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 15690, 2 January 1915

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 8 Issue 15690, 2 January 1915

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