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AMUSEMENTS. PA CKED! JAMMED ! CRA ADI ED! At Die Sessions Yesterday, Ahd all on account of THE WOMAN WITH THE RED HAIR. TVTEW QUEEN’S THEATRE. , PERPETUAL PICTURE PALACE. Dally ; 12 noon till 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 Criminals By a. Human Hair. A Splendid. Superior Defective Tarn, THE WOMAN WITH RED HAIR. THE WOMAN WITH RED HAIR. The, Story of Criminals who n-e an anesthetic needle to steal a valuable jewel, and their capture by clever detectives. Sensation Pen In res Abound Through the Throe Parts. THE WOMAN WITH RED HAIR. A Detective Slory of Intense Excitement. A Roast of Fnn—Laughter Reigns Supreme. A Keystone Comedv Full of Mirth ; THOSE COUNTRY KIDS. THOSE COUNTRY KIDS. An Hilarious One-part Scream. Featuring Mabel Nonnandc, Keystone’s Favorite Comedienne a.s One of ihc- Kids. A Pathetic Drama, is seen in A DOG'S GOOD DEED. A Story of Human Nature, worked out to a satisfactory conclusion. LATEST WAR TOPICAL. All the War News from the Front. And. from 4.50. WITH THE WARRIORS AT YPRKS. Showing Algerian Soldiers on the Road io Ypros to Support the French Troops. French Destroyers Going Out to Shell the Germans on the Coast, etc. ONE PRICK TO ALL PARTS: ADULTS, SIXPENCE: CHILDREN, 3d. TUTTS MAJESTY’S THEATRE. Direct ion George Stephenson and Alfred I.inley. TO-NIGHT! (Last Night of) TO.NIGHT, The Idol of the Australian Stage, MISS FLORENCE YOUNG. MISG FLORENCE YOUNG. Supported InTHE FLORENCE YOUNG COMPANY, Including REGINALD ROBERTS, CLAUDE BANTOCK. EDMUND SHERRAS. In the Great. Musical I’lav. THE CLIMAX. THE CLIMAX. THE CLIMAX. PRICES: ss. 3s. Is. Plan al Bristol. Day Sales at Jacobs's. Business .Manager ... JOHN GRIFFITHS, The Largest Stock in (he Dominion! MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS TO SUIT EVERYBODY AT MODERATE PRICES: COMPLETE VIOLIN OUTFITS, including K( rad Model Violin, Bow. Black-wood Case. Extra Set of Strings, and Tutor, 30s. 32s 6d, 50s, 70s. VIOLINS. 245. 50s. 355. 455. 50s. 105s. etc. ACCORDIONS, 7s Bd, 12s 6d. 18s. 20s. etc. MOUTH ORGANS, 6(1, Is, Is 6d. 2s. 2* 6d, 5s 6tl, 8s 6d, FLUTES, 5s sd, 10s 6d. 12s 6d, 33s 6d. 40s, eic. MANDOLINS, complete outfit. 30s and 50s. AUTOHARPS. 12s Cd, 17s 6d, 20s, 27s 6d, etc. BANJOS. CONCERTINAS, CORNETS, BAGPIPES, Etc. Special atlenlion is directed (e the Display in our South Window., I'HIAS. BEGG AND CO., LTD., Headquarters for Musical Instruments, Princes street. SHOWS, BU.JESKIN .a. AND P. SOCIETY will hold their FORTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL SHOW at. Waii.aii on JANUARY 13(h Inst. Entries dose on MONDAY, lit It iiihl. Late Entries up to Morning, of the Show at 11 o'clock. Extra, Prizes: 21s for Best Buggy Pair (special entry). The Waiiakl Dairy Company donates 21s each for Sections 17 and 1.1 A large number of Cups and Special Prizes for Competition. Weightguessing and Hunting Competitions alone worth coming lor. The 11.14 express from Dunedin stops at Waitali. Tram faro. Is Bd return. Write for Catalogue and visit the, Show fa good day's outing). GEORGE E. CHARLTON. Sec. RELIGIOUS. GOSPEL HALL, MORAY PLACE. QtPFCIAL ADDRESSES by Messrs F. HUNTER and A. HOCKLEY TONIGHT (Wednesday), at 7.30. Also, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS. All Christians Cordially Invited. LOST AHD FOUND. JOST. Red I,rather Pocket Boo!;, contain- £ ing £J note, between Dowling -trie:, and Ft.alLnd street ; reward. Wain's Hotel. LOSV (Wednesday I, between Colombo College and Railway Siaiinn, Indian .'■diver ( able Bangle. Reward returning G. ; j and T. Voting, LOST. Sal unlay, bet,ween Albany and Frederick streets. Hold Locket, marked [ " Dcare.n " ; keepsake; reward. 357 Albany ■ street. j LOST, small Bracket on' motor car. lie- 1 i ween Geniev and Dunedin; reward. A. Murdoch, Si. Andrew streci. I VyTLL Person who took Pug Dog from j * T Carr street, N.E. Valley, phase rej turn 52 Carr street.. JOST. Black Cameo Ring, between Po-: i Office and Mnniingt on: reward. Grand j Hotel. _ ' I GST (New War's Davi. Diamond Ring. Jc on 10 15 pin. Port train or St. Lentil ml*. Substantial reward returning Mr-. Mansou'- Store, St. Leonards. 57'OUND.—E. Gawne's Sanee. If your { JU grocer docs hot, keep it, send direct.. St. Andrew street. TO LET. mo LET, Highgaic, Roslyn, 6-roonied JL House; all modern convcnicnc-es. Apply R. Mnsiard. 5 Hurt street. TO LET. 4-roomefl House; modern conveniemes. Apply No. 4 kakvale street, Mu v selhurgh. TO LET, 6-roonic 1 Home, No. 1 Howe .street. Incpiiro next. door. T) LET, 7-roomcd .House, with Store; rent 18 s weekly. Apply Latham, Marion st root. Caversbam. | PS i () LET. 4-roomcd House: sewered, tubs; JL good green; Bs. Apply 33 Athol place. rg’O LET. (5-roome.d House; every e-m----il venieneo; hj. and c. Apply 534 Castle, street. ; Tit LET. Furnished Bedroom. Sii rip. Room, and Kitchen; 8s weekly. 57 ; Russel) street. j rjYO LET i furnished). Musselburgh ‘near JL bnachi, modern 8 Rooms; every eonveni- i ence, and well furnished. Alex, Harris and Co. np.O LET, 4 and 6-rooinrd Houses; In and J. c. water; drained; 10s and 15s. 74 Uundas street. mO LET, Office and n-e of Hoard Room: .1 suit secretary. " Centra!,'' Box 485, Dunedin. LET. 4-roomcd Brick House; penny section; nnt. 10s. Applv 468 Castle T st reef. rfy> LET fSsvnn »twt), convenipi’t Tin. ee. X roomed Cot tage. Apply 549 L.-irh street (opposite University). TO LET (Prince Albert street, S:.. Kilda.t, 6 Rooms; not water, sewered; 15s Gd. Battersby Co., Dowling street. HOLIDAY RESORTS. A CCOMMODATfON for Summer Visitors. 1 Apply Mrs Martin, “Sea A’irw,” Hampden. WANTED Known—That Billheads, Cir- , cnlars, Cards, Programmes, and General Printing of every description are executed ‘ at the ‘ Evening Star ’ Office it ModerateJ Price*.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7, Evening Star, Issue 15693, 6 January 1915

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