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AMUSEMENTS.

"SIXES AND SEVENS." The bright musical comedy, " Sixes and Sevens," still occupies the boards at His Majesty's Theatre. The Various bright numbers were well received last night, the songs being well executed, and the company are all thoroughly at home in their parts. To-morrow night will 6ee the concluding performance. THE OPERA HOUSE. There was a good audience at the Opera. House last night, when an excellent selection of Fuller's wide-world pictures were shown. The usual change will be presented on Saturday night, when the cinephone will be introduced. This apparatus combines the gramaphone and cinematograph, and is said to produce excellent results. The entertainment will be produced again this evening. ROYAL PICTURES. This week's programme of the Royal pictures was well received at the Albert Hall last night. Tlie programme is a varied one, and comprises some fine films. The entertainment will be given again this evening. TIVOLI THEATRE. There was a good attendance at the Tivoli Theatre last night, when a change of programme was put on. There was a ] fine variety of films, and the selection was distinctly good. The views of the Zambesi Falls and the pictures of Jerusalem were delightful, and took one out of their own country on a realistic trig' to the great sights of other lands. Some' fine views of Lake Cardo, Nancy and Vosges Mountains, and Rabbueal Island wore shown. The production of the "Scotsman" was a most instructive illus-1 tration of the process of producing a big daily nowspaper, and was one of the most Interesting items on tho programme. Sorao excellent productions of the work of tho creativo artist were shown.

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AMUSEMENTS. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 78, 1 April 1909

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