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EASTER HOLIDAY CONCERTS.

On Good Friday and Easter Monday special films have been secured. Oo both evenings vocal and instrumental items will be rendered by Misa Daisy Parson (Christchurch), soprano; Mr Vere Buchanan (Christchurcb), vio linist; Mr R. A. Home (Christchurcb), pianist and composer. Good Friday't pictures will include "Clios and Phy ietes" (a biblical drama), "The Re Burrection," "Royal Progress Through London" and many other films of great interest, On Easter Monday tbe pictures screened will include the star films, "The Smuggler's Daughter," "The Mystery of tbe Elk City Bank," and the great Italian drama "Fra Dia volo," besides many scenic, comic and other films. The story of "The Mys tery of the Elk City Bank" is as fol lows:—The night-watchman at Elk I City Bank is murdered mysteriously The sheriff gets Arizona Bill on the track. He bids bia wife, Betty, a

fo&d i<ll v\en, nod riik:-< u> me bauk where bo proposes to spend the night About mid night he is roused by a slight movemyut. A board in the floor is push sd aside, and a large cobra snake glides through the opening. Bill watches it and shoots id dead. Hβ sees two Chinamen slip oub of the basement; window and run down tbe street, lie is after them without de lay, and seeing them clamber into a waiting motorcar, bo obtains a car from the nearest garßge and is soon speeding after tbe thieves. OLYMPIA RINK. On Saturday evening tbe Olympic Rink will be opened at tbe Odd' fellows' Hall, when a hockey match will- be ployed on skates, Addington v. Akaroa. Tne rink will be nps-n for one eight only. DANGIS EASTEIi MONDAY. Tuu piopiieUi.' , of H.iywHnl'ri P.c Mires., Akaroa. has kindly given tbe linn of the LftlS on Easter Monday night for a dance, the proceeds of wnich will be banded over to the Akaroa Athletic Sports Club.

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EASTER HOLIDAY CONCERTS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4385, 7 April 1914

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EASTER HOLIDAY CONCERTS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4385, 7 April 1914

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