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AMUSEMENTS

bITLLER-S' PICTURES. The current programme at tho King's Thentro includes a number of most interesting views from the seat of war, and gives the spectator a. gTaphic picture of the magnitude of a- modern battle. The principal drama is entitled ' Fires of Ambition.' and a few of the supporting films are ' Accusad," 'The Awakening of Barbara Dane' and ' B-ecroation.' This programme will be shown again to-night. HAYWARDS' PICTURES, The current programme at # the Octagon Hall embraces dramatic, scenic, and comic; subjects, as well as some capital views of the war. Some of the pictures are : ' The Davis Cup,' 'Ancient Egypt,' 'Tho Inspector's Story,' and 'The Hartz Mountains.' The same pictures "will be shown this evening. Q (.TEEN'S THEATRE. The bill of faro provided at the Queen's Theatre has proved most attractive. The Mar picture is a superb Russian military drama, entitled 'War's Heart Blood.' The war programme includes Antwerp under shot and shell, and some very realistic battle scenes were screenod. The topical budget aJso includes a number of films which have a direct bearing on the war. There are splendid supporting pictures!, which must bo seen to be appreciated. rLAZA PICTURES. The programme now being screened at the Plawi Picture- Theatre is of more than ordinary mef-it. It is headed by a powerful drama entitled 'The Marine Mystery.' Tho supporting series include 'The Tale of the Shirt' (comic), 'The Girl Behind tho Barriers' (dramatic), 'Jiu Jitsu' (comic), etc. Pearl White in a dancing craze is a good picture, and burlesques the turkey trot and tango in such a manner as to evoke screams of laughter. The same programme will be repeated this evening. GIRTON COLLEGE. j On Monday evening, December 7, a reunion of past and present pupils eonI nected with the above college will take I place. The meeting will follow the I " breaking-tip " ceremony, and anyone who has at any time had the privilege, of studying Tinder Miss Ross is invited to be present.

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AMUSEMENTS, Issue 15665, 2 December 1914

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AMUSEMENTS Issue 15665, 2 December 1914

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