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AMUSEMENTS.

HAYWARD'B PICTURES.

ROBINSON CRUSOE NIGHT,

On Friday Mr T. E. Tayior invited all tbe school obildren to attend the Pictures to see the great child's book, Robinson Crusoe, screened. There was a very large attend/ ance of children, and they all seem 3d to enjoy the portrayal of the various incidents of Bobinson Crusoe's memorable voyage, Tbe picture waa very pleaeiDg indeed to grown ups as well as children. There was a good edition of the Pathe Gazette, and a film depioting the process by whioh Panama bats are fashioned. Other films were"Cheobmated," "The Coastguard's Sister," "Labour Day in Auckland" and "Smashing Time." "QUO VADIS." The local management has secured the world-famed film '"Quo Vadie." Tbe picture is one tbat should be seen by all, for the etory in which Nero and his debased oourt are seen is vividly portrayed. The oolocr and incident in the magnificent banquet scenes are sufficient inducement alone to bring an audience, and in addition there are tbe great coliseum scenes and the pictures of the sufferings of tbe early Christian?. Through all runs the love stary of Lygia and the Roman youth of noble birth. 'J he scenes of the burning of Rome are shown with a startling vividness.

QUEEN-OF THE CARNIVAL' CONCERT.

At the Oddfellows' Hall on Thursday next Mr Owen Cardston presents his Comedy Company to Akatoa audiencee in a pot pourri of musical gems and absurdities and a 'eal dancing treat. Mr Cardston comes with a big Australian reputation, and has appeared in every town of the Dominion. At present he is giving bia services to the Cbrietchurch Festival Committee organising the Carnival ih aid of the Belgian Fund. His company are all coming to Akaroa wiiu ihe sarre purpoee, eiving their services entirely to the Belgian Fund, though tbe entire profits go towards the candidature of Mies Maedield, tbe ElleeroCe eaodidate. Local theatre goers are in for s real musical treat. Tbe comedy portion of the programme is not upglected either. To suit thp most fastidious tastes, Mr Cardston mo;to will be originality and refinement. One item sure to please will be the advent of the three Russian dan* cers. and for the fet time here the Arpentine Tango. Popular price will be charted, and a bumper house should reward tbe eiiorts of the visitors, firstly for the eauee they represent, and the honour of helping the Elleamere candidate, Miss Masefield LAUNCHES FOR BAYS. The Mayor of Akaroa has generously of fered to pay for launches running to tbe bays in the harbour, Wainui, French Farm, Barry's Bay and Dimuchello, on the night of the concest. The launehea will run only for those attending the concert, and will re turn after the , performance).

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AMUSEMENTS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3414, 13 April 1915

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AMUSEMENTS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3414, 13 April 1915

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