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AMUSEMENTS. Special War Series at 8. 'WITH THE WARRIORS AT YPR.ES.' nPHE OCTAGON, HAYVYARDS' X PICTURES AND ORCHESTRA. TO-NIGHT, at 8. ANOTHER SPLENDID PRO-GRAMME'. Headed by a Powerful Military Drama, Introcluciner the -Celehrnt.ed Novelist, MAX PEMBERTON, Who Presents his Most. Notable Work, KRONSTADT. The W°ll-knovm and Freely-discussed .Story. JUST TO -REFRESH THE- MEMORY. Marian "West, k forced by circumstances to join the International Secret Society, and eventually find?; herself in Kronstadf. optaining plans of the enemy. Hero her life is one of feverish anxiety. The story leads the reader en spins* through chapter after chapter of unexpected turns, sensational thrills, and terrific climax. Max Pemberton personally conducted every Bceue of the Photo-play, and ihe Picturisation adds to the intensirv of every situation. •SUPPORTING SERIES Aro a Series Deserving the Importance given them : WIRELESS FROM THE WAR. Interesting and Amusing Cartoons, r,AUMOXT GRAPHIC Latest. A STORM AT SEA Drams. THE LADIES' WAR - Comedy. KEYSTONE MA'BEL Comedy. D.C.. Is: Stalls, 6d. Re*. Dresden, Is 6d. "R-ING EDWARD THEATKE, ■*-*- SOUTH DUNEDIN. Dailvi 1.30 p.m. till 10 p.m. TO-NIGHT': TO-NIGHT! TO-INIGHTI A Notable Production in the Picture World. MAX PEMBERTON Enters the Phcto-Play Arena. Magnificent Firiurisaiion of Max Pemberton's Well-known Novel. The Story of a Girl who Unwillingly .Betrays Her Country. KRONSTADT. Piav of KRONSTADT. the moment. KRONSTADT. KRONSTADT. KRONSTADT. Thrilling, Forceful, .Sensational. Personally Produced by Mas Poniberton. The Moit Interesting .Scenes of the Book aro Vividly Portrayed. The above Picture is Screened at tie following: times: 1.45. 3.13, 4.45, 6.15, 7.45. MABEL'S LATEST PRANK. A New Scream of the Keystone Co., frith. Your Old Favorite, MABEL NORM.ANDE, In the Star Part, The Gaumout Graphic.—Authentic Pictures From the Front. Ladies' War.—Vitagraph Comedy, Our Tariff: ADULTS, SIXPENCE; CHILDREN', 3d. A Plensin Threc-rc Porto PACKED! JAMMED! CRAMMED! I At ihe Sessions Yesterday, I And all on account of •HE WOMAN WITH THE RED HAIR.. yiEW QUEEN "S THEATRE. PICTURE PALACE. I Daily: 12 noon liil 10.30 p.m. | " NON-STOP! j A Plensin? Bill of Variety, headed by j Three-part. Nordislc Detective Drama, I Portraying the Scientific Criminal j Detective - ? i Clever Crime Elucidation—-Tracing Criminal! j By a Human Hair. A Splendid. Superior Detective Yarn. I THE WOMAN WITH RED HAIR. THE WOMAN WITH RED HAIR. THE WOMAN WITH RED HAIR. The Story of Criminals who uje an an I thctic needle to steal a valuable jewel, and j their capture by clever detectives. SeiiKifkm Features, * Abound Through, the Three Parts. THE WOMAN WITH RED HAIR. A Detective S'tory of Intense Excitement. A Feast of Fun—Laughter Reigns Suprei A Keystone Comedy Full of Mirth i THOSE COUNTRY KIDS. THOSE COUNTRY KIDS. An Hilarious- One-part Scream, Feahirinfl Mabel Normando, Keystone's Favorite Comedienne as One of Ihe Kids. A Pathetic Drama is seen in A DOG'S GOOD DEED. A Story of Human Nature, worked cut to % satisfactory conclusion. LATEST WAR TOPICAL. AT. the War News from the Front, And. from 4.30, WITH THE WARRIORS AT YPRES. Showing Algerian Soldiers on the Road ta Ypres to Support the French Troops. French Destroyer? Going- Out to -Shell thai Germans on ihe Coast, etc. - ALL PARTS: . Ajjui/ia. isiAi-f^ur,; CHILDREN, Si. AUCTIONS. THURSDAY, 7th JANTJABY. ■Sale by Auction, IN DOWNSTAIRS ROOMS, DOWLTNG STREET. At 2 o'clock. REMOVED TO ROOMS FOR CONVENT; ENCE OF SALE. 3UPERTOR STAND MANGLE, JAPANESE CARPET, WALNUT COLOR. BEDROOM SUITE. 5-MIRROB SIDEBOARD, WASHING MA-CHINE, Etc., Etc. TAMES SAMSON fj have been favored tj have been favored with ind.ruci.ioDi to sell 'ov auction, in th*ir DOWNSTAIRS BOO3iS, ' DOWLING STREET, A larae catalogue of Superior Household Furniture, etc.. incindinsr — 8-foot EXTENDING DINING TABLE. UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO, by Barnes and Mijllin*, ■SADDLEBAG DINING ROOM SUTTE. Curtains. Pole 5 , and Fittings, Ornaments, Flower Bowls, CARVED POT STANDS. Dinner Service, Crockery, Cutlery, Glassware. Crystal i. HIGH-BACK OAK DINING uHAIRS, 6-MTRROR SIDEBOARD in OAK, Hair Couch, Leather Chairs and Conches, Occasional Tables and Chairs, REGISTER GRATE, MANTELPIECE. Fenders and Irons, Kerb?, heavy Hearthrug's. HANDSOME AX.MINSTER CARPET SQUARE, Quaint Hall Scat, HEAVY OAK HALL ■STAND, Slip Mats, Ax-minster Carpet Runners, Hall Tables, Passage Linoleums, VERY QUAINT OAK BEDROOM SUITE, Duehesse Pairs, Tile Wafihstaiufe. Ware, Child-:' Cms, diesis of Drawers, Peavl Sninule Double Iron Bedstead, Single Iron Beds, OAK BEDS, WOOD BEDS. Easy Chair?. Clocks, Quilts, Sheet-. Blankets, Napery, Kitchen Tab!.--, Kitchen Chairs, MEAT SAFES, Main-ie, Washing- Machine, Cookhifr Utensils, etc., etc TO BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER. NO RESERVE. BOARD AND RESiDENCE, kTACANCY O tie or Two Gentleman iii£ share large bedroom; wri. 415 George street. JACKSON'S Private Hotel, Bowling streets Dinner 12 til! 2; Tea, 5 to 7; Socials ant] Parties catered for; committee room. First-class Accommodation Visitors. jfS LADSTONE HoiTsE, Moray j^a" hJT ('phone 2.130). —Best Accommodation visitors; personal supervision. M.oas and SrPherson. __ "¥7ACANCY for Summer .Hoarders. Mrs V Barnes, tea rooms, Poriobello. G<EXTLEMAX desires Board, privat. *" family; state; terms. "Comfort," 'Star' Office, Port Chalmers. CORPORATION NOTICES. DUNEDIN CITY COUNCIL. TEPID SWIMMING BATHS. fFiHE PUBLIC TEPID SWIMMTNfI &- BATHS in Moray piace are OPEN TO THE PUBLIC DAILY on all Week E::y3, except en THURSDAY, when the closing hour is NOON, G. A. LEWIX, Town Clcr'Tcwii Hal!. 4th January, 1915. WANTED Known—That Billheads, Cir. oulars, Cards, Programmes, and Gene, ral Pnuting of every description are executed at the 'Bvenimj Star' Office ftt Moderat* f.ttraa, -- •- -=- —-—..

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7, Evening Star, Issue 15692, 5 January 1915

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7 Evening Star, Issue 15692, 5 January 1915