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Hayward's Pictures will be shown at the Oddfellows' Hall to-night, when there will be a good programme screened, including the following pic tares:—"ln the Bishop's Carriage," a film of 4000f 6. Another star film, ••An Error in Kidnapping," 1010 ft, Vita comedy. The special war film this week is "In the Track of the Turk." This film is summarised iv the following description :—"JBirdeeye view of Galilean City, near where Saladin defeated the Christians and swept through it like a devastating flood. Jerusalem, the Holy City, for which the crusaders vainly poured out rivera of blood. French priests carry ing the « ro3B in Jerusalem. These priests were' maltreated, and 'after many hardships now lie imprisoned in Urfa, where Americao Christians were burned to death Cburcb of Nativity at Bethlehem—Turkish troops have ransacked and despoiled churches in Jerusalem, threatening that the eaored edifices would soon be filled with blood of Christians. Th 9 Turks closed up the Orura.'ler I oor compelling Chris tians to stoop and enter through a long narrow panel. Clergy of many creeds visit Government House Jeru aalem, in vain to ask for protection from fanatical hordes. Teaobing hatred towards all, especially French and Eoglish. Turkish troope salute the American Ambassador by whose intervention many English end Fronch missionaries have been able to flee from Turkey alive. Turkish rough rider ascending steps of HerocPs Temple in Samaria, Russian pilgrims holding service on the Jordan. Bedouins at nightfall fired on these very Russians, killing and wounding many. Return of the pilgrims along the stragetic road connecting the Highlands of Syria and Jeddah railway over which the Turks are transporting troops to Egypt Turkish troops protecting the Greek patriarchs from massacre at the hands of the bloodthirsty fanatics Innocent hel pers to Turkish fanaticism—Sheep commandeered for the Army—Mother camel and babies "

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AMUSEMENTS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3470, 2 July 1915

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AMUSEMENTS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3470, 2 July 1915

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