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AMUSEMENTS COLISL'UM I PICr?UR PALACE. Capt E lti scored two PIkekdl houses ogaia yeaterday, oel at tine matinee anud gal nin the ?eclllng, while from the night seosiou omoe hluundreds had to bo.turiud away for want of spaoe, notwitlsotidinig +the fact thatl thl Coliseum is by far the largest hall in the Cmmuonweaclth. At the matinoee everal veritiable works of art tl 0the way of pietures were pieentedl. t'lie principol olne, "The Awakening of Moon,: wua of voery rare linud, and wason rocoivei withcordial bllrst of acclanmtlon by the vast o?oomblage. ''llheroe were alo sme First-rate comics, unt the thoetll of delight cent lip fromn tlh tIoIlhllds of javeoili throats bore ample testimony to the ?tits faction tlhe pictures weiro affordling. Pride of place must, lhoweverr, obe gwive to the night programme, whichl was far in d-I -vanco of anything vet seen in tile hall in thes way of wondorftll pictalre. III recl ing and placing beforo patronp Iwlisoi's masterlyr eur rpectcle, "'Rorke's )rift." Coupt JEllis showedi not only gol o st in hlia judgment, blt in o lntpable fprm proved that lie kner his patrons' tite ason well. Probably this picture may bo classed an the v?ry outside possible of at tainment in war enactments. Its real nsm ts truty wonderfuil, and during it roulrso last ove:.iig tile atioience wol held Islpllboend. ullt for tile muasico of the orchestrat o droppled pill. iight habv Ice I herd. This poictu re is t greatt'ediAtto. alild parents .wotld do owell to lte their chiitlren see it, for it is instinct with no bility, bmviry, aol tpatriotiim. 'Piho a? olnd star,. "Love's Sunset." by the Vtta graph Co., omnititited i" good ee lnd in this rerlly xcerllentprogramio, andl the very funny comedy,'Tit " ov ond Fire," by thr Kecys Co., put the audi enoee into convlsioens of anlghtcr. The same programme will be screenedl to night, and those who attend wilt hti.on trcit.