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riUXCE&S THEATRE. Evidently "absence makes the heart grow fonder" with the vaudeville-goers, for last night saw very few vacant seats at the Princess Theatre. The programme, submitted was highly appreciated, each turn receiving its due reward. The first part of the entertainment is provided by Leslie Holmes and his Pierrot company. Amongst their numerous wings and ditties, the evor-iwpular song, • It's a Long Way to Tipperary,' was given by Mr Fred Deal. The second half of the programme contained some very good turns —namely, the Great West in (quickchange, artist). Brown and La.w.son (darkie entertainers), IWa Lodder poiiicdy pianist), W 7 hite and Gray, Brown and Gorlie, and Arthur Troutt (tho human submarine). In this act Mr Troutt stayed under the water for the space of two and a-half minutes. The theatre will ; be open this evenin;:. HAYWARDS' PICTURES. J ' Sixty Years a Queen ' drew a packed I house last night. Thi.s inacrniiicont. film lof 7.C00 11 is a pictorial history of the j Empire. ;md worth going a Inn; way to I see. ' Melbourne Cup. 1914.' it of great sporting attraction. The same programme I will be submitted this evening. KING'S THEATRE. Fullers have obtained some vei\ line l films for this w<i-k's pi'i-jcramm--. Ann I (hem are ' The Defence of AW:.' ,-V.r.v----i ing pictures actually taken in the 1 ring Mine; • Patbe's Gazette.' ennt:p"oc ; . ihI latest war mo-.-: and ine Mejbou;;.o up. [ • His Phantom Friend.' a deli.thuhil I comedy-drama ; and other films of ovrepItionally high standard. Tit-- same M -r;es (will he shown this evening. NEW QUEEN'S THEATRE. At the Queen's Theatre m adoiiioii to the war picture ' Tr.c Detem •> of Alost.' the mauaaeinec! ha'.c a splendid Keystone iTiincdy. 'Tic Knoek-.out.' and there is the fnnke* atlraitinn of the 1914 Melbourne do. The ihctie i.-, open day and night. PLAZA PICTURE:-. The series at th- Plaza I'i-ture Palace i.-ontintiousi nvlud.s tie- A. 15. dram.-' 'The Swindler.-' and a number of hitrhly intere.-tini: film.-- -.hov. ■v.;:v.y ,'e pe-. is o! the :;reat HI'GARD THE MA.GH !.\.\. -peaking of lit-aard. t'c •,■...tuivrtu! (--injur! r and illusionist, wi.., .'it;. }■_}-. f-omn.inv ojiens al- the Kind's •-n *-' a' 11;-, i, 1v . Mr' Edwin G»ei<-:». the - A ..!!.!;:,...,,'.-. t hi-a* tlii! on- reoreni'in-, v! : ., ;,,..- • oirilod all tie- L't-eate.-i p,- ; -forri.-rs in in,:- iine from Carl Heit/ on, in .-; i-.<-,:;;e:npor;.r» . .-ays :-C.ini|i;;v.'ly ;••'■-,kin,' a yoiii"; man. it is la", ert lielo.-. '_;.., ve.n-s >.'u--e i;.-d<di-hled his fir-t amlienee'as a coujur---. After all vear; of unrr-m'i'.i::;.g patience ami no— t'-i.if '.-.,• lias ma>-ter<-d <'\ciy sh-i/tn ot hand tn.-k. and invented many v.oiMerfu! metii.ais of !o--he Mil! ry,::<\i\~, hints* If a- a .student, and spares :v off it r, .:'otaio it-.-; ultimate ;;oal of sirir-vne ti.-r'V. • ion np.ei whif-h he has fet' !ih- he:.;'. I-. {!<•- average eoniurtn-: p. 1 loi 11;.;. (I ii;-t o"s hanrl-W'irl; i« a revelation. i-,,,,,, )1( -..,,-.,;-.. iiciively j>) ■ '•■"■■■!.■. 'fvr.-m ' ' 1 - ;•■ : ' -.- u; i'! lie prael if-ally r.a--,'j:i:H..s lb<. .-.ii-liel oh nriii with the ■■ ~nderf,d '■• Hid.. " ;.i.i!, . .. hatids perform i I ■.: >■■■ , ~! ;i- ,. - .- ; ),<■ m:'-\eilient': hll!!s hi' '.[ : , -.■. ~• ~t(i .. • i> .-!■"!-;-n <.f hv ;;.,. !•■-,,-. ,-. :...;,,- ~,■<• of the fineM -..;,! ~:-. • a.--..iae---,_; f. ■;.;.= yet pel-formed : 0 1'... ;.,a : '.-a -.'.. i-i-i. If 11-' Hid h-. sai'i-ioe-, d i>v ;, •';■ ; , o-.] pau\. ami sh-.u-,] ,;,•,*.. ' I,; . : ; .,,,...,. ;,..,.,.. The meat Chtlle:.. af, i- ■ ,:• ,; -v. -|ioi;s : sllcee.-shiu of 1)..-! ii; ii'ih .;;,; ..." .it]h L ' triu- ] format ions. a;:d -riii-.-e-ulou-. ,ij e-e-o -0.,-. ~ j and disapi.ea'-aiie.., '|'he ne an l ee and . sc-.-nrinj i-i>: na-i- H;/.0!) doila.-.. ;; ,;•■ i piv-vnts a .„,;„. e in Pekn: -. !

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AMUSEMENTS, Issue 15653, 18 November 1914

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AMUSEMENTS Issue 15653, 18 November 1914

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