The schedule of complimentary performance at the Victoria Theatre on Friday is provided. The entertainment is given by Messrs Ramos and Ramos to their popular manager, Mr. J. Blake. Comic pictures 'Bobby Pulls the Trigger' and 'Love, Luck & Gasoline' will be shown.
To the Editor S. C. M. Post – Mr. J. J. Blake wrote a reply to 'Vox.' – 'There are however limits to film reproduction here which he is probably not aware of. The picture he alludes to and many others equally as informative regarding the war cannot be obtained here for love nor…
Mr. W. F. Blake calls attention it is he and not Mr. J. J. Blake of the Victoria Theatre who is arranging the St. Joseph Boy Scouts concert.
A meeting of the Licensing Board will be held on Friday. There are applications for renewals of licenses, and a new application is that of Mr. J. J. Blake for a Theatre Licence for the World Cinema.
Just a reminder of the 'benefit' of Mr. J. J. Blake, the night manager, at the Victoria Theatre tonight. He deserves a real 'bumper.' The programme is one of exceptional excellence and variety.
The first part of 'What happened to Mary' will be repeated during the matinee by the courtesy of Mr. J. J. Blake, the manager. 'Sherlock Holmes' is expected to be screened on or about the 20th instant.
Coming screening of Pathe's 'The New Adventures of J. Rufus Wallingford' in 14 episodes, featuring Burr McIntosh, Lolita Robertson and Max Tigman, from the stories of George Randolph Chester; Photos included
Tomorrow: Screening of Pathe's 'The New Adventures of J. Rufus Wallingford' in 14 episodes, featuring Burr McIntosh, Lilita Robertson and Max Tigman, from the stories of George Randolph Chester; Photos included
Tonight: Screening of Pathe's 'The New Adventures of J. Rufus Wallingford' in 14 episodes, featuring Burr McIntosh, Lilita Robertson and Max Tigman, from the stories of George Randolph Chester; Photos included
The St. Joseph Baden Powell Boy Scouts, under the charge of Mr. J. J. Blake, manager of the Victoria Theatre arranged a concert to be given at their Headquarters. The proceeds will be donated to the Prince of Wales' Fund.
Mr J. J. Blake and Mr M. S. Cowan have arranged a performance by the Cameos at the Victoria Theatre which the net proceeds will be handed to 'Our Day' Fund. Reservations were made and patronage was extended.
Mr. J. J. Blake, the manager of the Victoria Theatre, has reported to the police the theatre was burgled by some person who broke into the theatre. 30 brass stair rods and two chairs have been stolen.
Mr. J. J. Blake, Manager of the Victoria Theatre is commencing the photoplay by the Transatlantic Coy. 'Neptune's Daughter' features Miss Kellerman.
The manager of the Victoria Theatre, Mr. J. J. Blake, got rather a surprise on Saturday night, when a body of a hundred men of the Middlesex Regiment marched up to the theatre while they were supposed to go to the theatre Royal. They were being thrilled by Laughing Mask. 'Sold' will be…
Mr. J. J. Blake, the manager of the Victoria Theatre, has secured for three nights the magnificent photoplay, 'Neptune's Daughter.' This great production is in seven reels and features Miss Kellerman, the lady swimmer.
During the holiday a Chinese was paying for his admission into the Victoria Theatre when he felt a hand touching his pocket and found a youth holding his watch. The manager, J. J. Blake, was called and accused was arrested. He was convicted twice before and was sentenced to two months' hard…
Tuesday, 21st May, 1918 at 4 p.m., grand matinee, Mr. J. J. Blake, the children's friend presents Mr. Bert Wiles, the musical friend and Chaplin films. Prices: children 10 cents and adults 25 cents.
Mr W. F. Blake, second engineer on the Lok Sang and son of the popular manager of the Victoria Theatre, was married on Saturday to Miss J. E. Mangas of Haiphone. The wedding took place at Haiphone.
Mr. R. D. Harvey acknowledged receipt of $301.80 from Mr. J. J. Blake, manager of the Victoria Theatre, and $91 from Mr. Lan Sum Ng, proprietor of the Bijou Science Theatre, for the benefit of the Princes of Wales' Fund.
Mr. J. Blake re-installed as manager of the Victoria. Under the new management, the theatre opened on Saturday night with a fine programme, including a particularly interesting Gaumont Graphic, two or three good comics and a lengthy sensational film entitled 'On the track of the Spider…