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AMUSEMENTS. ING ' S THEATRE. FULLERS' CONTINUOUS PICTURES. DAILY FROM 1.30 TO 10 (Non-Stop). ANOTHER GLORIOUS PROGRAMME. •SPLENDID AVAR SPECIALS. WARRIORS AT YPRES. WARRIORS AT YPRES. Algerian Soldiers.—Belgium's Second Army. —King Albert. —President Point-are.—General Joffre.—French Destroyers Going Out to Shell German's.. PATHE WAR GAZETTE. Indian Troops Leaving Bombay, Arriving New Forest.—Ruined Chateau, Dixniude. Destroyed by German Shells.—General Beyers, Traitor.—Wreck of Hospital 'Ship Rohilia. —Thrilling- Rescues. GREAT THANNHAUSER DRAMA: THE GUTDIXG HAND. THE GUIDING HAND. The Story of a Blind Girl. EXCITING "K. 8." DRAMA, IN THE DAYS OF '49. JN THE DAYS OF *49. North American Indian Drama. The Dclie/htfu! "Princess*' Comedy: The Story of a Country Girl who Becomes An Heiress, MR BUNNY IX DISGUISE. 'Laughable Vita. Comedy. 1.30 to 10 p.m.—Without Stopping. NOTE.—The War Specials will not arrive g3LAZA PICTURES. •*■ 32 o'clock to 5.50: 6.30 to 10.15. CHANGE OP PROGRAMME TO-DAY! Headed bv Selis's Gin-antic Production: IN DEFIANCE OF THE LAW. IN DEFIANCE OF THE DAW. JN DEFIANCE OF THE LAW. IN DEFIANCE OF THE DAW. IN DEFIANCE OF THE LAW. Adapted from the Novel 'Tsobcl,' by James Oliver Cunvood. A ROMANCE OF THE NORTH-WEST In Tiiree Parts. FEATURING "BABY" LILLIAN WADE. WAR NEWS! WAR NEWS LATEST WAR. NEWS! LATEST WAR. NEWS! Li the Warwick Chronicle. Suppotrin;: Scries Include : Gulf of Rappola Sccni<Nevcr Apain A-.8. Comic Dora Drama Monev Talks I,oooft C'onierh Prices: ADULTS, 6d; CHILDREN. 3d." ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY. Commencing on MONDAY, (he IKb, For One Weak Only. The Magnificent Photo-play, TRILBY By Sir HERBERT TREE Bv Sir HERBERT TREE By .Sir HERBERT TREE And His London Company. CAST: SVEXGALI Taffv The" Laird Little Billpe 'Madame Yinard .... "Rev. Br. cot Mrs_ liayot Gecko (Svcnfrn.li's P Sir HERBERT TREE. Philip "Merival. Charles Rock. E. lon S-winley. Cicely Richards. Stella St. Audrie. up.'!) ... Henrv "Mcrrcll. RJLBY OTARRALL ... VIVA BIRKET PRICES FOR THIS MOST COSTLY PRODUCTION WILL BE AS USUAL: ADULTS, 6d; CHILDREN, 3d. ADULTS, 6d: CHILDREN, 3d. FORBURY I'ARK TROTTING CLUB. JUMMER MEETING, JANUARY 27 an NOMINATIONS' for ALL EVENTS (boil ays) CLOSE at 9 p.m. on FRIDAY. Jami rv 3. H. L. JAMES. LATE ADVER-nSEMENTS. MGLLISONS WEEKLY BARGAINS. A FEW OF THIS WEEK'S SURPRISES. * 200 do7.cn Ladies' Fine Lawn Hemstitched Handkerchiefs. Worth ss. Price this week. Is] 6d do7.cn. 30 dor-cn Dainty Blouses, in Gibson and Mayfair shapes. in Ceylon. Wincey, Cambric, and While Embroidered Miislin. A foil -window displa-Y, all marked 3s lid. Worth 5s 6d to 8s 61. A window full of Charminsr Trimmed Hats. Quito the latest.. Worth 30s. All marked 10s 61. Hundreds of Children's and Ladies' Seaside and Holiday Hats. White rind Tuscan. Worth ks 6rl. All marked 61 each. 23 pieces Novelly Washing Sponge ■lO inches wide. A perfect, fabric, in shades of Champagne, Cinnamon. Brown, Yieux Rose, Reseda, Grey, Saxo Blue, and Dark Cream. Nothinir more becoming fo;' holiday dresses. Usually 2s 6d. 9 pieces White Honeycomb Voile, neat check, effects. Quiic the latest wasliimr <lress fabric. 40 inches wide. Worth 3s lid Price this week, Is lid yard. Lot of Kaiapoi Costumes in Summer Tweed 'Miixtu'ros. Tailor-made, correct shape. Usuallv 555. Price this week, 255. MOLLISONS LTD., END OF PENNY SECTION. REQUIREMENTS Are being Shown in All Departments. MILLTNERY. MTLLINERY. MILLTNERY Choico Designs. D IT TIIIE S, DRAPERS, GEORGE STREET. GREAT HAT BARGAIN FOR THLS WEEK OUR COUNTRY FRIENDS Are Invited to See our TRIMMED HATS at 4s lid. Unequalled in Duncdin at the Price. Also, PIQUE HOLLOAY HATS, 2s lid. IE MILLINERY STORE STUART STREET, FOR HAT BARGAINS.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4, Evening Star, Issue 15691, 4 January 1915

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