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! AMUSEMENTS. pLA Z A 1 o'clock to 5.50, 6.30 to 10.15. A COMPLETE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME Is Headed by a Kinimia Exclusive Feature, THE BELLS OE RHEIMS, THR STORY OF A DASTARDLY THE STORY OF A DASTARDLY OUTRAGE. OUTRAGE. Fresh in the minds of all is the memory of Germany's ghastly and wanton crirncA t.he sacrilege of the Cathedral of Rheims. In bombarding tho city the German fiends paid no respect to tho beauty or associations of the stately pile. Even while the Red Cross Flag was flying over it they did their utmost, to bring the edifice tumbling about tho ears of the non-combatants sheltering within. THE BULLS OF RHEIMS, THE BELLS OF RHEIMS, TUB BELLS OF RHEIMS, THE BELLS OF RHEIMS, lij. Two Parts. Supporting Series include the Latest j Novelties in the Picture World: Furnishing Extraordinary Comic 1 UMBRIAN SCENES Scenic, i PALS Drama NEAV ROADS MASCOT Drama ; GERM OF THE KISS Comic I Prices as Usual! ' ADULTS, 6d. CHILDREN, 3d. j Special Extra War Series at 8. lirect from the Firing Line. ] THE BATTLE AROUND DIXMUDE. ! NIEUFORT, and the YSER CANALT j HPHE OCTAGON, HAYWARDS' ; A ALSO TO-NIGHT. AT 8. BRUCE M'RAE. ihe EMINENT ACTOR, ! In the Famous Political Romance, i THE RING AND THE MAN, j Truly a Magnificent Work. ! A 4-re-el High-class Drama. j Splendid Supporting Subjects. i THE ISLAND OP MADEIRA. Colored ' THE ISLAND OF MADEIRA. Scenic. i THE "BEAR" FACTS ... A Comedy-Drama. ! Sympathy and understanding children give i the story of " Sonny Jim" a new charm. | Very stimulating is the cheerful humor of j Daddy Jim and Sonnv - THE LATEST TOPICAL. i SUSANNA'S NEW SUIT Comedy. I St., 6d; D.C., Is; Pre. Bristol, Is 6d.

BURNS ANNIVERSARY GARRISON KALL, MONDAY, JANUARY 25, ANNUAL CONCEPT Under the Auspices of DUNEDIN BURNS CLUB. ADDRESS bj- J. CRAIGIE, E?q. : M.P. TIEST-CLASS PROGRAMME OF SCOTTISH SONGS. RECITATIONS INSTRUMENTAL QUARTET, AND DANCING. DANCE UNTIL MIDNIGHT.

.OST AND FOUND. JJ-ECTIQM NOTBCES. DUNEDIX CENTRAL. LADIES' COMMITTKE M'EETING. T5./fn, J. w.'muxro's morxixgtox I«JL COMMIT'!'KI:: respectfully requests all those Ladles who wen; so fJilhiisiaslii; in helpins" ti> ensure Mv Munro's return :it tho General Election, ami also others who arc w'lV'inf to assist as wirkcrs in the present campaign, to 'Meet the Incentive of tho Men's Morning! on Committee after Mr iiimro's Meeting ai Moiningion TO-MOR-HOW (Friday) EVENING. Easiness: To form a Ladies' Moritington Committee, etc. XEDIN CENTRAL ELECTION PRINCESS THEATRE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21. Typ J. AY. MUXRO WILL ADDRESS the J?JL ELECTORS in 1.1;e Princess Theatre, High street. TO-NIGHT (Thursday), January 21, at 3 o'clock. His Vv'onship the Mayor (J. B. Shaddock, '.scj.) in the chair. DUNEDIX CEXTRAL ELECTIONS MOENINGTON. ~ - R .). W. MUN.RO WILL ADDRESS iho - ELECTORS in the Presbyterian Church Hail TO-MORROW (Friday), January 22, at NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. ORDER.? BY TELEPHONE. EXPERIENCE has shown that in Hie use ,_J of tLc TELEPHONE ERRORS EASILY OCCUR in Words and in the Names of Persons, although' the messages are read back tc the server, and -occasionally there are Misconceptions in Instructions. ADVERTISERS ARE R.EOUESTED TO WRITE THEIR ANNOUNCEMENTS, And Not to Trust to a Telephone Message, as wo cannot hold ourselves responsible if errors occur.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 15706, 21 January 1915

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 15706, 21 January 1915

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