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AMUSEMENTS. SPECIAL ATTRACTION'. rpHE OCTAGON, HAY WARDS? TO-NIGHT—fAfc 8) TO-NIGHT. WE SCREEN" At 8 WE SCRR EN Some Very Fine Scenes of CANADIANS RALLY ROUND THE FLAG. Since the outbreak of this deplorable war nothing' has civen the people in Ernrland morn universal satisfaction than the cnt-hur-i----astic wav in which the voiinij ithmi of every British Colony HAVE RALLIED, and are STILL RALLYING, to the. support n, the, Mother Country. This picture deals with the transportation of itip Canadian Contingent, and should meet, with A GRAND RECBPTION. Alio Wo Screen Our Magnificent. Photo Play KINCr IN NAME ALONE A Tremendous DIPLOMATIC: ami MILITARY DRAMA, A Criiii Storv of Revolution. The: OVERTHROW of a DYNASTY, A Gorgeously Colored Feature! A French Product ion i Paths F'reres). Note Ok l . List of Supporting- Subjects!Gatimont Graphic Late?:. The Girl of the Season CD. Volley of the. A rive (France) Scenic. Jluncor Knows No Law Drama. A Brand-now Hero, Keystone's ridiculously Funny Comedy. The. Hero—Fatty Arbuckb. HAYWARDS' GRAND ORCHESTRA. Overture, 'Tvaymond,' and a Pleasing Appropriate 'Musical Procrnniin". Still the Prices Are the Same. SialK 6d; D.C., Is. Res. Dresden, Is 6d. 'Phone 3,091, from 6.30 lo 7 p.m. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. want Hoard and Residence; v..' penny seo.iicm. 'South," 'Star' Office. ■qkOARD and Lodging Wanted: father and 3 daughter (8 years); pood; central. "Fader." 'Star.' €1 ENTLF.MAN desires Board, private W fami'lv. Port. Chalmers. Addre>-= "Homely," 'Star' Office, George, street. Purr Chalmers. AOKSON'S Private Hotel, Dowling gtr«et,S? Dianer 12 till Z ; Tea, sto 7; Socials and Parties catered for; committeo room. First-class Accommodation Visitors. "TIADSTONTE HOUSE. "Moray place! (T ('phone 2.150). —Best, Accommodation visitors; personal supervision. Moss and M'Pherson. LOST AND FOUND TOST, last week, in South Dunedin or St, J Kilda, Cameo Brooch; reward. Apply 44 Richardson slreet. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS SPECIAL PURCHASE, 150 SILK EMBROIDERED BLOUSE LENGTHS. Usual Price, 5s 6d, 6s 6d, 7s 6.1. Reduced to 2s *d, 2s 9.1, 2s lid. SENSATIONAL BARGAIN. D U TRIES, )RAPERS, GEORGE! STREET. BRITISH rERFUMK FOR MUTISHERS. OLD ENGLISH LAVEN DER WATER is an acceptable Present at this season, 'hat made by Wilkinson and Son from the Finest English Lavender is noted for its delieate and la>ting fragrance. Special supplies now ready at prices from 2s upwards. WILKINSON AND SON. Prescription Pharmacists. Dunedin. Learn. Cabin Fit.trd with 7 SALE OF LADIES' LINGERIE THE SPINNING WHEEL. 40 LADIES' LONG CLOTH NIGHTDRESSES. Embroidery Trimmed 50 LADIES' LONG-CLOTH CHEMISES, Embroidery Trimmed. Usual price ... 3s lid. Sale price „. 2s lid. 60 LADIES' LONGCLOTH KNICKERS. Usual price. 2s 9d. Doz. STRIPED GALATEA KNICKERS. Usual price 2<> 6d. 24 MOIRETTE SKIRTS. New Shape. Usual price 12s KIBKPATRICK AND BARCLAY, 66 PRINCES STREET. BRAEMAR HOUSE SCHOOL, DUNEDIN. 1 to RECEIVE ALL Vl': DEBTS DUE. to the MISSES MILLER. SiKVWRTGHT, JAMES, AND NICHOL, Solicitors, High street-. MEETINGS. NEW ZEALAND POLITICAL REFORM LEAGUE (Dunedin .and Suburban Branch). r A PUBLIC MEETING of Members of the "*- above and Supporters will be held in the Early Settles' Hall on THURSDAY, January 14-th, at 8 p.m. Business: First-, To receive Report from Provisional Exeeutife; Second, Election of Office-bearers and General. W. B. Bmgli, Esq.. Interim President, in the Chair.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5, Evening Star, Issue 15697, 11 January 1915

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5 Evening Star, Issue 15697, 11 January 1915