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.~IACMAIHON AND CARROLL'S PICTURE DRASLA. Marcus Clarke's story, "lThe Term of His Natural Life," with thrilling inci dents, constitutes the moving dramati.. sation which will he presented here iar the lirst time in Tasmania on Monday and Tuesday evenings next in the Aca demy of Music. Its success through out .\rktralasia has been undoubted, and its record in the various cities of the Conmnonsnwealth has been very pro nounced. In Melbourne it ran for 100 nights, and 150 nights in Sydney, and was housed for six months in Victoiua. All the incidents of the story are gra phiically shown, particularly those of the burning of the Hlydaspes, the murder on Ilampstead lheath, and the mutiny on the Slalaolr. In addition to the "star" picture, other pictures will be shown, and will embrace the Melbourne Cup race of 1909, showing Prince Foote winning. 'J'he box plan will be open to-morrow at Ilopwood's.