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ELECTRIC LIGHT.

The management has secured an electric light plant, which censists of a dynamo, built by -Johnson Lundell, of 55 volts and 60 amperes. This is coupled to a 7£h.p. motor. When installed the light will be second to none in New Zealand, the plant being made especially for pictures. Every, arrangement has been made to instal the plant to run the pictures next Fri day by electric light, However, some couplings are not yet to band, and are due by the Cygnet to night. The management confidently expect they can instal the light, and, bar accidents, electric light will be used on Friday It will be a great improvement, as some films are now made too thick for the use of any light except eiecrtric light,

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ELECTRIC LIGHT., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3461, 15 December 1914

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ELECTRIC LIGHT. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3461, 15 December 1914

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