A History Of Film Exhibition And Reception In Colonial Hong Kong: 1897 To 1925
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Headline: Palisade
Newspaper Source: Hong Kong Telegraph
Publication Date: 1916-08-14
Summary:

One was very glad to see that, on Saturday night, despite a moon that was also full, the enterprise of the Palisade management was rewarded with a very big house. We are convinced that this new place of amusement only wants to be known in order to be patronised regularly. Saturday's…

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Headline: Palisade
Newspaper Source: Hong Kong Telegraph
Publication Date: 1916-08-21
Summary:

On Saturday night, the Palisade offered one of its especially good programmes, but unfortunately the rain entered with proceedings and the spectators were obliged to seek shelter. We are asked by the management to announce that it will welcome, free of charge, all patrons who were compelled to…

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Headline: Palisade
Newspaper Source: Hong Kong Telegraph
Publication Date: 1916-08-28
Summary:

The Palisade at Kowloon is not only maintaining but is vastly increasing its popularity, and very large numbers of people from both sides of the Harbour have visited it during the weekend. The pictures shown are of a good class, and the seating accommodation is particularly satisfactory.…

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Headline: The Palisade
Newspaper Source: Hong Kong Telegraph
Publication Date: 1916-08-30
Summary:

The management of the Palisade, Kowloon, has arranged a special attraction for tonight by the engagement of a string band, which will render a number of appropriate selections during the programme. There will no doubt be a larger audience if the weather keeps fine, for the series of films to be…

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Headline: The Palisade
Newspaper Source: Hong Kong Telegraph
Publication Date: 1916-09-01
Summary:

The management of Kowloon's popular open-air cinematograph has arranged a most attractive change of programme for tonight. The seventh episode of the thrilling 'Black Box' mystery is to be screened, while a further special feature is a very fine dramatic film entitled 'The…

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Headline: Palisade
Newspaper Source: Hong Kong Telegraph
Publication Date: 1916-09-04
Summary:

Big attendances have again been the rule at the Palisade open-air theatre at Kowloon, and our original prophecy that the place had only to be known in order to be appreciated seems to have come true. On Saturday, the 7th episode of Mr. E. Phillips Oppenheim's mystery serial 'The Black…

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Headline: The Palisade
Newspaper Source: Hong Kong Telegraph
Publication Date: 1916-09-05
Summary:

As will be seen from an advertisement elsewhere, the Palisade has a complete change of programme for tonight's show, including some very fine features. The band of the Empress of Russia will again be in attendance.

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Headline: Palisade
Newspaper Source: Hong Kong Telegraph
Publication Date: 1916-09-11
Summary:

At the Palisade, a most interesting programme is on show. On Saturday night, there was the further agreeable addition of a band. The 8th and 9th episodes of the 'Black Box' serial film were given, together with a very fine jungle picture 'The Lion Hunters.' Three good comics…

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Headline: The Palisade
Newspaper Source: Hong Kong Telegraph
Publication Date: 1916-09-16
Summary:

The management of the Palisade, Kowloon, has arranged a most attractive programme for tonight, when a full military band will again be in attendance. A special feature is being made of the Kowloon cartoons, which are the work of a local cartoonist. There will also be a number of local slides…

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Headline: The Palisade
Newspaper Source: Hong Kong Telegraph
Publication Date: 1916-09-25
Summary:

The programme provided by the Palisade at Kowloon has been in every sense most enjoyable during the weekend. There was a full military band in attendance on Saturday night, when the star feature was the final instalment of the 'Black Box' mystery. The series has been greatly…

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Newspaper Source: South China Morning Post
Publication Date: 1912-05-10
Summary:

Booking for the grand variety entertainment to be held at the Palace Theatre, Mt. Austin, on Saturday, is now proceeding at Moutrie and Co.

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Newspaper Source: South China Morning Post
Publication Date: 1912-05-16
Summary:

A variety entertainment programme takes place at the Palace Theatre, Mount Austin Barracks, on Saturday evening.

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Newspaper Source: South China Morning Post
Publication Date: 1912-05-20
Summary:

The entertainment at the Palace Theatre, Mount Austin, on Saturday night was a splendid success.

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Newspaper Source: South China Morning Post
Publication Date: 1912-06-10
Summary:

The next variety entertainment at the Palace Theatre, Mt. Austin, takes place on Saturday.

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Newspaper Source: South China Morning Post
Publication Date: 1912-06-19
Summary:

Variety entertainment will appear in the Palace Theatre, Mt. Austin on Saturday. Moutrie & Co., still have a few seats available for this entertainment.

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Newspaper Source: South China Morning Post
Publication Date: 1912-08-03
Summary:

The grand variety entertainment to be given at the Palace Theatre, Mt. Austin. The booking is in charge of Moutrie & Co.

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Newspaper Source: South China Morning Post
Publication Date: 1912-08-07
Summary:

Continued performances at the Palace Theatre, Mt. Austin.

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Newspaper Source: South China Morning Post
Publication Date: 1916-06-21
Summary:

The new open-air Cinematograph Theatre which is being erected near the Post Office, Kowloon, will be opened on July 1.

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Newspaper Source: South China Morning Post
Publication Date: 1916-06-27
Summary:

Kowloon is to have the novelty of a roofless theatre. Work has been in progress but was hindered by heavy rains. It will be a picture theatre showing films and being exposed to the harbour breezes. It is to be known as The Palisade, on the vacant ground alongside the Kowloon Post Office. The…

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Headline: The Palisade'
Newspaper Source: South China Morning Post
Publication Date: 1916-07-06
Summary:

Kowloon's new Cinematograph Theatre, near the Post Office, is to open for the first time to the public. Its advertisement announces 'out-of-door pictures' and 'amusement without discomfort.'