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Owing to Mr T. E. Taylor giving up the hall to the Kennedy Co. on Friday uext, the pictures will be shown en Wednesday of this week. The star picture, "The Lion Hunters," is very realistic indeed, while "In Their Hour of Need" tells the story of an old minister's devotion to his ungrateful congregation. "A Trip on a French River" is a fine scenic, while "Bunny's Honeymoon" is a most amusing comedy.

j FRIDAY'S PROGRAMME. On Friday an excellent programme of Pictures was screened. The film "Strength of Men," a atory of Alaska, was set in most beautiful scenery, and the pictures of tbe forest river down which tbe men race for the coveted gold claim were marvellously beautiful "La Dauphine," the beautiful proof France, was shown to advantage, while 'Making a Dyname," was a good educational film, "A Dip into j Society" was an excellent comic. Other films were: "The Awakening," "Concerto for the Violin," "The Well" and "Her Gallant Knights," j PRESENTATION; | In the interval, tbe Mayor (Mr G. Armstrong), presented to tbe Akaroa High School relay team the shield won by them afc the Duvaucheile sports dub's

'meeting-in. December. The Mayor said that Le Bon's were the holders the previous year. He congratulated Akaroa on the win, and hoped to see the boys win other raceg. He then' presented the shield to the team which consisted of W, Newton, B Thomas, W. Shepherd and H. Lelieve, all being .present on Friday excepting II Le lievre. The shiei'd is a hand.ome oak one with silvor plates-

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HAY WARD'S PICTURES., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3473, 26 January 1915

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HAY WARD'S PICTURES. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3473, 26 January 1915

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