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AMUSEMENTS

QUEEN'S THEATRE. ‘The Devil’s Dansant,’ a society drama furnishing many exciting incidents, and other films, will bo shown at the. Queen's Theatre, for the last time this evening. KING EDWARD THEATRE, The new theatre at South Dunedin lias been well patronised during the week. To-night the programme will be submitted for the last time. It includes ‘The Girl at the Lock’ iLubin drama), ‘He Loved the Ladies’ (Keystone), and ‘Now York Police Carnival.’ PLAZA PICTURES. To-night picture-lovers will have a final opportunity of witnessing the representation of Sir Herbert Tree's production of ' Trilby.’ Tire groat English actor is seen as Svcngali, and Miss Viva Birkett plays Trilby. The film will be screened at 6.45 and 8,50. It is a headline. attraction in the best sense of the phrase. FULLERS’ PICTURES. The afternoon and evening sessions at the King’s Theatre were again largely attended. yesterday. The programme is an excellent one all round, ‘ln the Shadow of Disgrace ’ is one of the principal attractions. The. present series will be shown for the last time to-night. HAYWARDS’ PJCTUREH. The Octagon Hall was again largely attended last evening. ‘ King In Name Alone ’ and ' Canadians Rally Round the Flag ‘ arc two of the best of an interesting programme, which will bo presented again this evening. ST. HILDA BAND. The St. Hilda (Municipal Band will play in the Botanical Gardens to-morrow afternoon, commencing, at 5 o’clock, when a good programme of music, will be given, including a number of well-known pieces.

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AMUSEMENTS, Evening Star, Issue 15702, 16 January 1915

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AMUSEMENTS Evening Star, Issue 15702, 16 January 1915

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