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HAYWARD'S PICTURES.

TONIGHT'S PROGRAMME. Included in tbe specially fine lot of films, specially secured, to be shown ab Akaroa this evening by Hayward'a Picture Enterprise is one entitled "Black Blood." The story of the. film is told in the following vivid account:— A play in three acts. It is the story of the love of an Indian* ' * doctor under cirumsfcanoes more cdi- .. >■{ fying than dramatic Les Grange < .-.. { and bis wife are returning their honeymoon, and tho hus» f.', band, who is a bank manager, bis wife of the time ho spent with Ntoffipf Indian doctor, A mra Khan, LateiV'-i----tbe doctor arrives at his friend's bouse, and falls in love with tbe lat* , ? ter's wife. He plans to separate bet from ber husband. On finding tbe manager has some value goods to take to the bank tbat day, he drags him and hides tbe goods. Next day ths •* manager is arrested on suspicion, and . Writes to his wife for assistance* Tbe doctor promises to take ber to ber husband, but acts with perfidy. Thi ** manager, however, is released on bail, . and the secret note from his wife enables bim to find out her where* ; f abouts. He immediately engages tbe " -f>! secret services of the police, and the ,m ; ;'.'' final scene depicts the dramatidr^lNi'' arrest of tbe doctor and tbe finding of the hidden securities. This film is '-•*„ 3000 feet long. Other films to be^_:■'. shown are "Holland from Dawn to ' 'j_\ Sunset," {l Old City of Carcassonne," W •Tljfe Ever-smiling Lady" and " Chased by Blood Hounds."

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HAYWARD'S PICTURES., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4357, 16 December 1913

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HAYWARD'S PICTURES. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4357, 16 December 1913

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