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AMUSEMENTS.

HAYW ...iJ'.S PICTURES

LABT FRIDAY'S PROGRAMME

On Friday an excellent programme of piotures was screened. Perhaps tbe most interesting film was that entitled "A Day at Bomnville," This picture gives one a pplendid idpa of the magni tude of the cocoa work", as well as a conception of tbe way. in wbicb tbe firm provides recreation and amusement for its employees. "The Lost Son" was a fine drama, wbi'e tbe Pathe Gazette contained some interesting Fcenes. Other pictures were "Thief of Love," " Valley of Gerdague," "Pat's Busy Day," and "One on Willie."

TO NIGHT'S PROGRAMME ,

To night's programme includes tbe ftar picture "Escape of tbe White Glove Gang," a stirring film, in which tbe desperate flight, of criminals from justice is cleverly depicted. The burning of a chip 19 one incident in the story of the gang. "St. Cloud" is a very fine scenic, depicting that lovely spot. "Faithful Dumb Friends" ia of great interest to all lovers of animals, while "Buck's Romance" j*nd "Two Men and Two Women" are dramas full of interest "Kudo's Troupe of Acrobats" shows tbe feats of that clever company. The comic element is supplied by "Jim Goes Fencing Mad" and "Caeey at tbe Bat,"

KING'S BIKTHDAY NIGHT

Special arrangements are beiog made for a holiday programme for King's birthday night, next Wednes day. The great star film is "Back From tte Dead," 3650 ft; long, nnd the programme includes a fiae- collec ion of BCBniC3, dramas and comedies

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AMUSEMENTS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4399, 29 May 1914

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AMUSEMENTS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4399, 29 May 1914

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