The sale of work at St. Andrew's Church, Kowloon, attracted very large attendances at both sessions on Saturday. In the evening, the grounds were illuminated with lanterns, followed by a cinematograph entertainment, gave considerable pleasure.
The well kept lawns fronting St. Andrew's Church, Kowloon, were on Saturday the scene of much deserving activity on the occasion of a most successful bazaar and sale of work organized. In the afternoon, there was a well-chosen programme of music, and the evening was made very attractive by…
For the first time in the history of St. Andrew's Church, Kowloon, a sale of work is announced to take place on Saturday next, December 10th. The sale will be divided into two sessions, the afternoon session from 3:30 p.m. till 10:30 p.m. During the evening session there will be a…
In aid of Yunnanfu Hospital and St. Dunstan's home for blinded soldiers on Monday 20th March, 2.30 p.m. to 6.30 p.m. and 8.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m. The lady Stubbs will open 'The Day' at 2.30 and H. E. Major-General Sir John Fowler, K. C. M. G., C. B., D. S. O., will preside. Sale of…
At evening 8.30 p.m., there will be a cinematograph show and firework display
Mrs. Lander, wife of the Bishop of Victoria, will open the sale of work to be held in connection with St. Andrews' church this afternoon. There are many attractions, including cinematograph shows.
Under the patronage and by courtesy of H. E. Sir Edward and Lady Stubbs, an interesting film, illustrates the daily life of the Blinded Soldiers and Sailors at St. Dunstan will be shown at the Government House on Friday afternoon. The film, coupled with a short address by Mr. W. E. Cowen,…
Monday, 20th March. Will societies, clubs, etc., kindly cooperate by keeping this date free.
Attention is drawn to the sale of work to be opened by Lady May today at 3:30 p.m. in the grounds of St. Andrew's Church, Kowloon. The evening session includes a sword display, cinematograph, music, etc.
The Day of Help at St. Andrew's Church, Kowloon, which is to be opened by Lady Stubbs. In addition to the usual bazaar stalls, there will be special features including Indian scenes, cinematograph films of distant countries and an evening entertainment.
Under the patronage and by courtesy of H. E. Sir Edward and Lady Stubbs, an interesting film will be shown at the Government House on Friday afternoon. The film illustrates the daily life of the Blinded Soldiers and Sailors at St. Dunstan's. The film, coupled with a short address by Mr. W.…
The opening of a Cinematograph Exhibition to be held in the St. Andrew's Hall will take place tonight. Pictures representing the Transvaal war will be put before the spectators.
Today! 'The Cinematograph' will be exhibited, under the personal supervision of Professor Maurice Charvet, 5 sections a day. Admission: $1, children half-price.
On Tuesday, 7th March, 2.30 p.m. to 6.30 p.m. and 8.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m., sale of work, Bedouin tent, missionary court, brief talks, cinematograph films, and realistic scenes of Indian life. Choir of 200 voices. Refreshments.
The Cinematograph is the greatest marvel of the age. It will be exhibited under the personal supervision of Professor Maurice Charvet five sessions a day and each for an hour.
Grand opening night on Tuesday, the 30th October. Grand exhibitions of animated pictures of the Transvaal War, the Boer Battery Captured by British.
Commencing at 9 p.m. on the 26th, 28th & 30th, Xylophone & Kinematograph Entertainment. Mme. Meranda and Little Lilly in their clever Xylophone and Zither and Comic Violin Entertainments.
Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday, December 26th, 28th & 30th commencing at 9 p.m. Xylophone & Kinematograph Entertainment.
Mr. J. B. Suttor is to lecture in the St. Andrew's Hall, City Hall, this afternoon before the Odd Volumes Society. The lecture, which will be illustrated by cinematograph pictures, is on Australian life, and H. E. the Governor will preside.
The Cinematograph continues to draw large attendances daily and nightly at St. Andrew's Hall. Mr. W. Muskett's lucid and interesting 'lecture' enhanced the pleasure of young people. Professor Charvet will shortly introduce an entirely new set of pictures.