September 23-25. Performance. Mrs. Vernon Castle in 'Stranded in Arcady.' Harold Lloyd in 'A Gasoline Wedding.'
September 5th, 6th and 7th, 9.15 p.m. performance, all comedy programme, by kind permission of the officer commanding 1st Gar: Jack Canavan and Herb Burton, two real comedians; and pictures. Booking at Anderson's.
September 24th and 25th, 9.15 performance, Mrs. Vernon Castle in 'Stranded in Arcady.' Also Harold Lloyd in 'A Gasoline Wedding.' Booking at Anderson's.
Films screenings including 'The Bridge Across the Yser' (2 parts) and 'Max's Double' (2 parts); Screening of Pathe's Latest Gazette; Also comic, historical and interesting pictures
Full change of pictures. Performer: Donnelly Family and Miss Lynoa Davis
Hang Pieng Chien Troupe for a few days only. Performer: Miss Lynoa Davis; Full change of pictures
Full change of pictures. Performer: Miss Lynoa Davis
A complete change of new pictures. Performers: Great Huxham Trio
Complete new programme Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday, 29th Sept. to 2nd October. Magnificent New Pictures. Performer: The Harmonious Huxhams
Two performances daily: 7.15 p.m. pictures only, 9.15 p.m. full programme. Performance by Sam Gale and Myra James
Two performances: Pictures only at 7.15 p.m. & Full programme at 9.15 p.m; Performance by Billy Eldid & Troupe
Two performances: Pictures only at 7.15 p.m. & Full programme at 9.15 p.m; Performance by Billy Eldid & Troupe; Returning performance by Miss Addie Leigh
Just arrived, new and magnificent pictures; Performer: Miss Smith
The palace hall in town. Two performances: Pictures only at 7.15 p.m. and Full programme at 9.15 p.m.; Performance by The Howard Sisters
New pictures; Performances by Nellie Maher and the Two Gibson Girls; Return visit of the Hughes Musical Comedy Co.
Four magnificent pictures will be screened; Performances by Pedro Madariaga, Kitty Raynor, Olga Montez, Prof Estella, Mr Madariaga, Prof. Gonzalez, Sister Peggy and Rosey
Grand popular pictures
The special band night at the Victoria Theatre last night was less well patronised than it might have been. The Band of the 18th Infantry played a most excellent list of pieces and the picture programme was full of fun. So good a show deserved to be well attended. There will be a new programme…
Hongkong is in danger of being spoilt just now, in the way of entertainments. There is no lack of choice, and the standard may be set down as uniformly high. Until the weekend, every evening may be spent at the University without fear of proving tedious. On Friday night, the Theatre Royal should…