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AMUSEMENTS. ► EI X CESS THEATER 'uller-Brennan, I/teL LAST 3 N»CHTS. VAUDE VILLE! V AUD EVTLLE! TO-NIGHT :: TO-NICHT COMPLETE NEW BILL. Hundreds Turned Amv Last- Week. THE TALK OF DCNETON. EVERYBODY BEWILDERED. AX OVATION ACCORDED TO EVERY A CT. HERMAN and SHIRLEY. A HERMAN and SHIRLEY. Weird and HERMAN and SHIRLEY. Sensational HERMAN and SKIRL-BY. Offering, and The Wonder of 4 Continents. Another Bis Imnortation. ROSA LEE IVY. " Cantat.rica ROSA LEE IVY. And ROSA LKE IVY. Comedienne. iSupoorted by THE MAGPIES" THE MAGPIES. THE MAGPIES. THE MAGPIES. The Cleverest Musical Comedy Company BOW App-earin<r in Vr.ud'eville. E. BRINKMAN AND STEELE SISTERS. A Novelty Sin<:in? and Character Act. NETL YMNT. Scotch Vocalist, MONAHAN AND SHEEHAN. A Clever -Muiicnl AH, Reserves at The Bristol. No Extra Charg*. D.C. and Front Stalls. 2s; Back Stalls, lsj Upper Circle, 6d. KING EDWARD THEATRE, SOUTH DUNEDDL Daily: 1.30 to 10 p.m. TO-NIG HT : TO- NIGHT ! TO-NIGHT! A Great Moral Lesson to FATHERS AND SONS Airl MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS. Adapted from the Sunt' that had one of 'he most, Phenomenal Successes m the history of Yoealism : THE SOIL'S AWAKENING. THE SOULS AWAKENING. THE SOUL'S AWAKENING. —-THE SOULS AWAKENING. 'Twss in a cathedral city She passed through the rrowd«l etrert A strange r to love and pity, With nowhere to stay her feet. 'The Soul's A-wakening.' THE SOUL'S AWAKENING. THE SO EL'S AWAKENING. . THE SOUL'S AWAKENING. A Story that tri-ips and holds by its ; Intensity. The Story of a Mail's Regeneration. j SUPPORTS Include i ! Eiisv Monev Kalcni Comedy, New Janitor Keystone Com-edy. [Toledo: Spam Scenic Our Usual Tariff i ADULTS, SIXPENCE; CHILDREN, 3d. Special War Series at 8. WITH THE WARRIORS AT YPREf?.* ""HE OCTAGON, HAY WARPS' ~ PICTURES AND ORCHESTRA. TO-NIGHT, ai 8. A SPLENDID PROGRAMME. * Headed bv a Powerful Military Drama, Introducing: the Celebrated Novelist, MAX PEMRESTON. Who Presents his -Most Notable Work, KRONSTADT. The Well-known and Frcclv-discussed Story, SUPPORTING SERIES Are a Scries Deserving the Importance fjiven theni; WIRELESS FROM THE WAR. Interecting and Amusing Cartoons. GAUMONT GRAPHIC Latest. A STORM AT SEA Drama. THE LADIES' WAR Oamefly. I KEYSTONE MABEL Comedy. D.C. Is; Stalk, 6d. Re.?. Bristol, Is 6d MONDAY. Ist FEBRUARY, 1915, At 12 o'clock noon. TORN GEERIN AND CO. " 1 have received instructions from ths uncoil) City Council to offer for sale, by public auction, at. their Rooms. Prinoes street, on the a bov*. mentioned date, the follow-in- Corporation TWENTY-OXE-YEAR-S/' BUILDING LEASES, viz.: Section 49. Block 17, Duncdin. at prcgeni. hold by Messrs. Wimpenny Bros- The up?ct rental is £IOQ pel annum, and the valuation for build. in"s and improvemenf-.s £1.366 13f w; Allotment. 1. Regent Road Reserve, Duucdin, at- present held bv Jas. T. Mi!cl;erra.s's exrcitftors. The upset rental i- £lB per annum. Aiiotmem 23, Quarry Reserve. Duncdin, at present held" by H. F. Hardy's trustees. The itpfeJ rental is £'i y.c-v annum, and the valuation fat buiidinp-s and improvements £750. Ail.it.meiit- 11. S.ubdivi«ion of ■Sections 1 mid 2. Block 4, Upper Kaikorai. ai present held by Je&«ic M'lvor. The upset rental is £5 10s per annum, and tiie valuation for buildings and improvement.* £4OO. AHoini'mt 38. Subdivision of Section'? 1 and 2. Bloek 4, Upper Kaikorai. at present- held bv Ellen S. Headerroil. The tips- 1 rental is £6 10s pei annum, and the- va.iuat.wn • for buildinir« and improvements £IOO. Allot men! 1 . 51, .Subdivision of S.-ectionr, 1 and 1. Block 4, Upper Kaikorai, at present hold by Duncan Thomson. The upset rental is £4 10s, and the valuation for buildings and improvemeni? £4. Allotments 52 and S3. Subdivi*ion oi So-tiun* 1 and 2. Block 4. Upper Kaikorai. at- prwent held bv Dun--it mem I>l. MUWivtsion ot .sections 1 and 2. Block 4, Upper Kaikorai. at prrsen: held by Wm. J. Wauam. The up.-et- lenlai is £3 10s per an. num. r,Tii;fi!t. 51, Section 6. Town District. South Dunedin. at present held by John T. R-obertfi. The upset rental in £3 per annum, and the Taluation for buildings and improvements £2f'o. lc.r part-'cuiaii of th<_- above may be d upon application to the TOWN CLERK : THE AUCTIONEER.?, din. 23rd December. 1914. EDUCATIONAL. WATTAKI GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL, OAMARU. t '('PLICATIONS for the POSITION of JtSl. SECOND \SSISTANT will be receive*} until JANUARY 22nd, 1915. Preference Trill be L'iven to Graduates with B.So. Dftgree. Matheniat ie= essential. Applican can enter t arlie-1 dtite'thej A. A. M'KfNNON, Secretary. WAITAKI BOYS' HIGH SCHOOL, OAMARU. 1 PI'T.ICATIONS. for the TOSMION of A SIXTH ASSISTANT MASTER, -will be revived up to FRIDAY. 22nd January, 1915, Salary, £IBO per annum, with board and residence at: the school. Applicants mini, slate the .subjects they are pr< l pe.rod to t/each, and the suc/-es,sfu! appiiosJ.'t is required to to.ke up hi» duties on THBSDAY, 2nd February. ISIS. | A. A. M'Kt.VNON, I Secr<Aary. PERSONAL. MRS DEANE, nee Emma C. Elme-, labs of Ware, Herts, Jingiand, -njshi* i~iw tC her EHiB«, Tfemlyn) if still at Burtedin, or any o< her family, and begs for th-sm to BJiEwer'thii immediately to present, address—H:i!toß road. i Natal, South Africa. TATERI AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. K4JS- ANNUAL .SHOW AT MOSGIEL. THURSDAY, 14th JANUARY, 1915. ENTRIES CLOSE Bth JANUARY. A -Special Prize of £lO 10s is offered by a -well-known Canterbury Breeder for most points in Horses. Schedules will b» posted on application to W. E. MIEAN, SecretMy,

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 15694, 7 January 1915

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7 Issue 15694, 7 January 1915

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