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THEII NVW P'IINOESS. With such a subject as "Tile Sundown' cr." ia powerful Australian dralma, tle audiences at the new Prince-a should be lsrg,'r during the comling week. T'he subject is one which should appeal to all lovers of Australian bush stories. The ribbon has had a lengthy run in the other elates, and is said to be at great improve menct on :ubjceis of a similar nature. Clever acting, bIeutiful scenery, anl line spectacular effeclt are all includedl in the work. Another nt ew release is "The Pre judice of Pierre Morin," in which a monk ha1 some lively adventures with a high w.ayman. A tine military draman i: "Molly Pitcher. and the champion studio which is responsible for the work have excelled. Others of a dramatic nature include "A Pquaw's Retribution" and "Tile Stepmother," both being from the well known studios of Bison and Kldemrn re spectively. More than usual care ihas been bestowed in the selection of the coinedle. tuc abastrdities am "Nu&ohty
Lea," "Bill Buvs Ch~ntrpagne," "SoakeJr' Invention," "The Wisdom of Brother A,e. brose," and "The Magic Carpet" should be acceptable. The secenics have not been neglected, and some really flue spools will be shown. Each week: new attractions will be screened from the world's studios. Thii afternoon the second matinee will he given, when special prices will be chargel. The programme will be the same as at night. Full particulars dealing with the theatre appear in another portion of this issue.