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MARGARET CATCHPOLE AT THE LYCEUM.  

The crowded house that gathered at the Lyceum last night to see the first screening of the stirring drama of "Margaret Catchpole' had their expectations more     than realised. Mr Spencer has now produced several       Australian taken and manufactured pictures, all of     which have been of highest class, but it is ques-    

tionable if he has done anything better than his lat-

est effort. From the first scene to the last the pic-     tures are good, the flicker being reduced to a     minimum. The story is too well known to need des- cription. Set among charming old-world scenery with the quaint costumes of our great grandparents the opening scene of the May-day dance is a jewel pic-      

ture, and the promise of the opening scene is fulfilled throughout. The cliff and water scenery one can safely say, has never been surpassed in Australian     picture shows. Through all her varying to???nes,     from peaceful home in England to happiness in Aus-       tralia, Margaret is charming, and carries the sym-      

pathy of the audience with her. Last in the cast  

of characters, but far from last in the hearts of the

audience, are the splendid horses that play so im- portant a part in tho story

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