The Quaints were to have arrived in the Colony yesterday, but steamer delays made them late. They will perform 'Wanted a Smile.' The Quaints are too well-known here as an entertaining company to require any special introduction.
Kowloon seems to get its share of good entertainment nowadays, and the engagement of the Quaints for tomorrow night will be received with pleasure. This company will present 'Underground to Anywhere.' The film today is 'Sentimental Tommy,' a very clean picture founded upon…
Sir J. M. Barrie's masterpiece, 'Sentimental Tommy,' in the picture version, continues at the Star until Saturday. On Sunday night, Kowloon will have an opportunity to witness the clever 'Quaints,' who will present one of their smartest skits. A full announcement of this…
Owing to the late arrival of President Pierce, 'The Quaints' will open their season at the Star Theatre on Saturday and not tomorrow as originally advertised. Those holding tickets for Friday's performance can transfer same or have their money refunded by applying to Moutrie'…
R. H. Salisbury and his band of performers 'The Quaints' are announced to play a farewell visit the Star Theatre Kowloon commencing Friday next. They will present 'Silhouettes,' 'Wanted a Smile,' 'The Beggar's Opera,' 'Underground to Anywhere,…
When the Quaints presented the first programme of farewell Kowloon season in the Star Theatre on Saturday night, they received a welcome surpassing anything their warmest admirers had expected. Last night, the Company submitted 'Beggars Opera.' Tonight, the piece being selected is…
This Company finishes their season on the Peninsula at the Star Theatre, Kowloon, tonight. They play in Canton on Thursday night, then return to the Colony and play their last two nights in China for this tour at the Theatre Royal. Other performers include R. B. Salisbury and Olive Turner.
The Quaints were in great form tonight for farewell at the Star Theatre last night. Tonight they perform in Canton and will return to Theatre Royal tomorrow and Saturday. Star announces their engagement with Robert Bores and Company to stage a show.
Returning to the Colony after their very successful tour in the North, the ever-popular Quaints Company commence a brief Kowloon season in the Star Theatre tomorrow evening.
Performers 'The Quaints' will perform at the Star Theatre on Friday, for farewell.
The Quaints' repeated their impression of the 'Co-Optimists' at the Theatre Royal. The audience thoroughly enjoyed the program which included the performance of Mr. Salisbury and London artists attempting to sing sentimental ballads. Tonight, the 'Quaints' give their…
The Quaints' are giving the first performance of their farewell Kowloon season in the Star Theatre this evening. Tonight the company offers 'Wanted a Smile.' Booking is at Messrs. Moutrie's and at the Star Theatre.
Owing to the late arrival of the 'President Pierce,' 'The Quaints' will open on Saturday at the Star Theatre.
The Quaints' will not open at the Star Theatre until Saturday due to the late arrival of the s. s. President Pierce. Those holding tickets for Friday can have their money refunded or their seats transferred.
The Quaints have done many clever performances but scarcely any to surpass their impressions of the famous Co-Optimists. Performers include H. Baynton-Power and Olive Turner.
The Quaints' are giving the first performance of their farewell Kowloon season in the Star Theatre this evening. Booking at Moutrie's.
Anywhere on the Quaints' idea of an Underground brought us to the station of laughter last night at the Star Theatre, where a large audience was content to stay until late hour.
On the weekend nights, Star Theatre hosted 'The Quaints' which attracted large audiences. The company presented 'Wanted a Smile' and 'The Beggars' on Saturday and Sunday nights respectively. Mr. Silisbury and his company were widely appreciated by the audience.
Sir J. M. Barrie's 'Sentimental Tommy' starring Gareth Hughes and May MacAvoy [sic], is likely to make many friends at the Star. For Sunday next is 'The Quaint,' Mr. R. B. Salisbury's band in their success 'Underground to Anywhere.'
Crowd house at the Star Theatre on Saturday night, with 'The Quaints' return to Hongkong. Performers included Mr. R. B. Salisbury, Miss Mavis French, George Curzon and Miss Olive Turner.