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"FOR THE TERM OF HIS NATURAL LIFE." An interesting announcement is made in our advertising columns to-day by Mr Charles MIacmahon. On hMonday next (King's Birthday holiday) and Tuesday he will introduce for the first time in Tasmania Macmahon and Car roll's moving picture dramatisation of Marcus Clarke's famous story, "For the Term of His Natural Life." All the incidents and episodes of this thrilling work will be vividly depicted by the aid of the cinematograph. In accomplish. ing this realistic pioture eight weeoks
were ocupedt in bringing about the re sult, and during that time a thoroughly irained company of artistes was en gaged for the purpose. Through their efforts fine results were obtained, and the man with the lighting continuous inumchine, did the rest. Sonte of the ex citing incidents of this picture-drain are:-'"The Convict Muliny in the 'Ma lihar," "The Burning of the ltydaspes," "The Mullrder on lHanpstead ellath," 'l'e iSolitary of (irunnuet island," and "'The Life and Death Strugigle lBetween (,abbott and his Famished Escapees." In addition to t.he picturo-drai:a, another series will be added, including comedy and dramatic subjects. also a fine pic ture of the Melbourne Cup, showing the great gathering at Flemington and the exciting will of Prince Foote.