NZ Truth , Issue 146, 4 April 1908, Page 6
The Royal Pictures.
Apparently, the Royal- Pictures at His Majesty's have come to stay, for every night during the past week, crowded houses have been the- order-. The wonderful success that has attended the managerial efforts is a just tribute to the clearness, the variety K and novelty generally of the pictures that are shown. Among the interesting scenes "The Incendiary Foreman,". "The Haunted House," ''The Shipowner's Daughter," and "A Voyage Across the Atlantic" are undoubtedly ahead of anything m the picture line ever shown m Wellington. Again, the pr^jces of admission are very reasonable, and m conjunction withi the chance of running m a place, first, second, or third m the Limerick Competition, there is no reason why the theat/re should not be packed nightly for some time to come. A special matinee for children will be given this afternoon. A complete change of programme is promised this evening.