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AMUSEMENTS.

HAYWARD'S PIOTURiB. LAST FRIDAY'S PROGRAMME | An exoellent programme of pictures was screened on Friday night, incu-J ing a good number of the Warwick Chronicle. Tbe sfar film, " The Coquette," a tale of the love affairs of a French artist, was set in beautiful scenery, the picture being a Pathe coloured one " Industrious Blind " was a most instructive film, as show ing the marvellous industry of those robbed of their eyesight, aud how their other faculties can be made to Bupply tbe lo?s of sight. The cornio element was supplied by "Nothing to Wear," " Slippery Slim Repents," etc. TONIGHT'S PROGRAMME.^ A specially good programme fill oe eoreened to night, including tbe beau tiful scenic, " Springtime in Monte Carlo," and the drama, " Mary of Briarwood Dell." The star film?, " Golden Hoard" and " Death's Marathon " are full of keen interest, the Warwick Coromcle number is al ways fall of intereg , ; at this time of war's alarms. " A Hundred Dollar Elopement" and " Ju3t Kida" are two excellent comios,

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AMUSEMENTS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 440, 18 September 1914

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AMUSEMENTS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 440, 18 September 1914

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