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AMUSEMENTS.

H' V :UR^

ft LAST FRIDAY'S PROGRtMMF-. A. p;nnri p<-f(jr>amnie of pic'are-i wn^

screened on Friday evening, uioluding

the grpftt star fiim,

"Escape of the

Wbite Glove Gang." The title is IT rather a misnomer, as the picture I. shows tbe capture of Dγ Croz?, one of W the Rang who escapee from prison. A The film is one of keen interest, and JP gives an excellent idea of fcbe capable manner in which , the great detective, the Iron Head, handles tbe oise, Hβ

cleverly dupes the criminal's lover, and ii is by communications with 1 her that De Croze is run to sarth on a'

Bailing vessel Tbe desperado wounds * the detective, and sets fire to the ship, dying in tbe bold rather than igive himself up to the natboHM9?.. The burning of the ship was wonderfully portrayed. Other films were "Buck's Romance," "Jim Goes -Feno ; v ing Mad," "Faithful Dumb Friend*," •'Casey at. tbe Bat," "St. Gotbard Tunnels" and Gaumont Graphic. KING'S BIRTHDAY NIGHT. "* To morrow night (King's Birthday) a Oadet and Territorial night will be given at the Oddfellows' Hall, Akarroa, and tbe management bai secured a special star programme. The programme includes the fciar drama, •' Back from the Dead," a story of tbe re-appearance of a husband after a period of thirty years. Hie wife bad r«-ro»rried, hearing he bad died, and the compliaations erising form thej Bubjeot of the picture. Another good j picture is that entitled "Misa fiimpBton's, Jswala," a very olever deteotivp ' etory, ; w'bicb. is well worked out. " Girl of Buniet Pass" is anther pood drama, while "St. Cloud *o Horer" (eoenic) and "Warwick;. Chronicle" are full of interest. Tbe y eomicii include "Merry Widow " and " Bidoni Orderly."

DANOE

A dance will follow the piotures, Particulars can.be seen elsewhere.

NEXT FRIDAY'S PIOIUREF.

There will be no pictures next Friday, June 6

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AMUSEMENTS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4399, 2 June 1914

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AMUSEMENTS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4399, 2 June 1914

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