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AMUSEMENTS. 'The Woman With the Red Hair' Today. TVTEW QUEEIFs THEATRE. PERPETUAL PICTURE PALACE. Dailv : 12 noon rill 10.30 p.m. NON-STOP! A Pleasing Bill of Variety, headed by a Three-part Nordisk Detective Drama, Portraying the Scientific Criminal Detective's Clever Crime Elucidation—Tracing Criminal! By a Human Hair. A Splendid. Superior Defective Yarn. THE WOMAN WITH RED HAIR. THE WOMAN WITH RF.D HAIR. THE WOMAN WITH RED HAIR. The Story of Criminals who use an anasthetic needle to steal n valuable jewel, and their capture, by clever detective-. Sensation Features Abound Through the Tlirri Patts. THE WOMAN WITH RED HAIR. A Detective Story of Intense Excitement. A Feast of Fim~-i',anght'er Reigns Supreme. A Keystone Comedy Full of Mirth: THOSE COUNTRY KIDS. THOSE COUNTRY KIDS^ An Hilarious One-part Scream, Featuring Mabel Xonuande, Keystone's Favorite Comedienne as One of the Kids. MABEL NORMANDE, Keystone's MABEL NORMA NDE, Favorite MABEL XDRMANDE. Actress, As one of the "Kids" in THOSE COUNTRY KIDS. A Vatiicl.il' Drama is seen in A DOGS. GOOD DEED. A Story of Human Nature, worked out to ft satisfactory conclusion. LATEST WAR TOPICAL. Al! the War News from the Front. And. from 4.50, WITH THE WARRIORS AT YPRES. Showing Algerian Soldiers on the Road to Ypres to Support the French Troops. French Destroyers Going Out to Shell the Germans on the. Coast, c^c. ONE PRICE TO ALL PARTS: ADULTS, SIXPENCE; CHILDREN, 3d. riNG EDWAED THEATRE, SOUTH DUNE-DIN. TO-NIGHT i TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! A Notable Production in the Picture World. MAX PEMBERTON Enters* the Photo-Play Arena. Magnificent Pictunsauon of Max Pemberton's Well-known Novel. The Story of a Girl who Unwillingly Botravs Her Country. KRONSTADT. Pjav of KRONSTADT. the moment. KRONSTADT. Thrilling, KRONSTADT. Forceful. KRONSTADT. KRONSTADT. KRONSTADT. KRONSTADT. KRONSTADT, Personally Prodi! The Most IntereFti ry Mas Pemberton. :enes of the Book ara KRONSTADT. KRONSTADT. Will Create a S KRONSTADT. KRONSTADT. Full of Vigor 'MABEL'S LATEST PRANKS. itw Scream of the Keystone Co.. with Your Old Favorite. MARPi L NORM ,\NDE, In the Star Part. Gaumont Granbie. —Authentic Pictures From the Front. Ladies' War. —Yitagraph Drama. ADULTS, SIXPENCE; CHILDRFjN, 3d. TiHE DUNF.DIN HIGHLAND PIPE BAND will Plkv in the Queen's Gardens on WEDNESDAY EVENING, and will render the following programme: March —'John Bain Mackenzie.' .Selection--'A Man's a Man for A* That.' Waltz—'Woman the Pride of the Earth." Selection —' Glendareul Higbland-ers.' March—' Bonnie Lassie, Bundle and Go.' Selection—' Wao's Me for Prince Charlie.* Waltz —' Ina. Cameron.' Selection—' Stiriine; Castle.* Finale—' Hap;iy We've Been a' Tegeiher.* JOHN T.'N. GRANT, Pipe-major, , JAMES MACFIE, Jun., Sec. Collection in aid of Uniform Fund. LOST AND FOUND. a OST, on Christmas morning, Ladj ■» JL* Dress Brisket, containing clothing; re- " ' ii to 'Star' Office. Dunedin. LOST, Amethyst and Silver Brooch. Cumberland street ; reward. Apply 465 Cumberland street. Uimills' 2 bank books and I T OST, south end, Sunday morning, off | MJ> miilr c:ir;, -Dairyman's Delivery Book. Reward returning Blantyve Dairy, 306 King Edward street, or Bar View DrJrv cart. 1" OST. Saturday, between -J Lees street,' Amethyst Earring; reward. Grand Hotel. T OSJ., ,-aiuniay. between Albany, street .iLj and Frederick, (-old Locket., marked Dearest. Reward ret-.iruing 387 Albany OST.—Will Person who Took Finning J Rod Caversham terminus on Christmas nniiiiK return Tlios. Lindsay, 346 Main iiith road, Caversham. ! «■»■" Reward. —Lo-t. leather .' »«? (name iii?:d.-i. vicinity Kinjr and Cumriaiid streets. M'Millaii,'2 Lambeth road. Reward' rot limine 1 Leith road. Woo. OST, between iiiocu Island and Waller i street. Pearl Brooch. ■ Joe Isaacs, tobacconist. 1 roomed House: every hj. and c. Apply 534"Caftle I>oo'M To Lei: s-uit lady or cent le man. V Apply 6a. Ma;im m,feci. C~~~i ODD 4-roonicd Brick House (garden, all IK conveniences). No. 4 A racy street, South Dunrdin : rent, 10s per week. Apply J. Peaioe. King street, (opposite Museum) ~~R < K)i ! El)' I{c,tise7 wit h"fitsi:tk~'( 6 ra m"erl)7 J also 3-rnomrd Hoiisc, conveniences. 14 Oxford Rtreel-. Souih Dune-din. York pla^e. furnished), Mttssfi! burgh (near od-.'rn 8 Rooms; every eonvfniJ furnished. Alex. Harris and BOARD AND RESIDENCE. JACKSON'S Private Hotel, Bowling streei, DLiner 12 til! 2- Tea, S to 7; Socklg and Parties catered for; committee room. First-claw Accommodation Visitors. jpLADSTONE HOUSE, Moray placo HJT ('phono 2,130t. —8c«t. Accommodation visitors; persona! supervision. Moss and M'Pherson. VACANX 7 V~fo^ri;iinT!rreT Mr? B:\iiie-'. fa rooms, Pertobello. C" Vf.NTLEMAX" "d-'iiei"""Board: p7Tv~t7c * fami'lv: «kte terms. " Comfnrt' Ifficr, Port C DIVIDENDS THE NATIONAL BANK OF NEW ZEALAND. LIMITED. CAPITAL AUTHORISED ... £.5.000,0! CAPITAL SUBSCRIBED £2250 6' CAPITAL PAID UP £750 Of RESERVE FUND £665,0* .4 N INTERIM DIVIDEND for the Ha! x\- year ended .'Oth September last, at; tr. rate of Twelve (12) per rent, per annum, hr been Declared by the Directors, and will t Paid to Shareholders in the Dominion on ti 4th January. 1915. D. W. DUTHIE, Acting General Manager. We!liTirr!o!i, £!--( December. 1914. a'i FT Quotations from ' Evening Ptar* ViS Ofc.ee for large or small quantiti*.- cfl Printing Mors tlacina: your Orders. ' -

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 15691, 4 January 1915

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6 Issue 15691, 4 January 1915

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