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, • -+. ■ . MATIiS ? J3B TO-PAY. A strong programme will be presented to-day at the Matinee by Pollard's Pictures. "The Trap" the big World Film play featuring- Alice Brady and "Rays of Death" the sixth episode of "The Fatal Ring" will be screened. Th c same, programme will _be screened to-nijrlit for the last time. | SUNDAY AND MONDAY. 1 A CHARMING IRISH STORY. "WEE LADY BETTY." On Sunday and Monday evenings; a chatming play of Irish life vivaciously told and with a beautiful love story will be screened in "Wee Lady Betty." This delightfully fresh story of Irish life depicted in all its beauty and. sweetness, featuring everybody's favourite Bessie Love, as the "Wee Lady Betty." The scene is laid on the Isle Kilbroney. It is a great pour-.' trayal with the ornate life of the wealthier classes. The winsome per* sonality of Bessie Love is perfectly suited to the part, of ' ' Wee Lady Bet-, ty," who ruled th c tenants of the O'Reilly Castle with a big heart. Then Sir Daniel O'Reilly, owner of the castle, died, there came the new master to take possession of the old castle, and to provide for her father the "We Lady Betty", contrived a scheme. . ' \ ~"" ' ' THE FIGHTING TRAIL. ' ' "The Water Leap" the, thirteenth. chapter of "The righting Trail." supports the star picture and brings this splendid sensational serial within two episodes of the final.

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POLLARDS PICTURES, Grey River Argus, 28 June 1919

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POLLARDS PICTURES Grey River Argus, 28 June 1919