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AMUSEMENTS

HAYWARD'S PICTURES.

CHANGE OF MANAGEMENT

On Friday next, tbe lapt.propmrnnin of pictures will be PcrppHfd undpr >ha management of Mr F. Taylor. An excellent list has been procured, includ ing the siarp, "In Diplomatic Circles" and "Human Target." Other pictures are Warwick Chronicle, ♦'Othetto in Jonesville," "She Must Be Ugly, "A Soldier's Love," etc. A3 this is the last night of Mr F. Taylor's management, it is expected that there will be a bumper bouse. Mr Taylor has been most sportsmanlike in giving benefits fcr the various club?, and deserves to have a first class farewell night,

Af. Mr F. Taylor is leaving for Springfield shortly, Hayward's Pic tures,.Akaroa, will continue voder tbe management of Mr T. E. Taylor, bis brother. Mr T. E. Taylor intends, with tbe assistance of ihe Oddfellows to rnaka the Oddfellows' Hall a very npto-date picture theatre. , Tbe stage and Curtains, etc , are to be materially improved in appearance, the gallery of tbp ball to be made roore comfortable, and in all probability be fitted with theatre seats, which will be far more comfortable for picture patrons. Mr Taylor also intends installing the electric light for the machine, which will greatly improve its efficiency, arid the pictures will then be thoroughly on a par with any in the Dominion. Tbe pictures are a great attraction to Akflron, and the new proprietor should get ihe support of all thoee who take a pleasure in making Akaroa as attractive to visitors as possible

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AMUSEMENTS, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3448, 28 October 1914

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AMUSEMENTS Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3448, 28 October 1914

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