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HAY WARD'S PICTURES. TO NIGHT'S PROGRAMME. Hayward's Pictures will be shown at the Oddfellows' Hall tbig evening, and at the Duvauchelle Public Hall to morrow evening. The star film on the programme is the "Daughter of Eve." The story is told in the following manner:— Lola Matanollie, a governess, Who has difficulty in obtain ing a situation because of her good looks, disguises herself as an old maid, and at last; obtains a situation as governess to a loutish youth. Her I employer's brother, Captain Fratelli, makes love to her, amusing himself at her expense. She sees through him, and desires to make him look small. She is compelled to drop the mask and show her beauty. The captain now honestly loves her, and she has lost her heart to him. There is talk of the captain marrying. Lola, listening, allows her distress to overcome her, and drops a tea cup she is holding. Fratelli observes her agitation with delight, and at the first opportunity begs forgiveness for his past conduct and pleads his love. Lola acknowledges hers, and leaves her governess days behind her for a happier life." Other fims are—"The Leopard Avenger," "City of Jaipur," "N,Z Animated News," and a number of fine comic films. i

The oil launch Toi Toi will run to the Duvauchelle Pictures tomorrow night, DUVAUCHELLE MILITABY BALL. The non-coramissioned officers and men of the Territorials and Senior Cadets of Duvauchelle held their first annual ball at the Hall on Tuesday evening. There was a very large attendance* about sixty couples taking part in the dancing. Territorials and Senior Cadeta attended from every part of the Peninsula. The hall wag nicely decorated for the occasion with rifles, flags and bunting. Mr Barker, of Le Bon's, supplied the music. Mr C. Rhodes acted as M.O. The ball was a great success, and contineed until 4 a.m.

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AMUSEMENTS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4416, 31 July 1914

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AMUSEMENTS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4416, 31 July 1914

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