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SOUTHAMPTON AND DISTRICT PICTORIAL.
August 21, 1912.
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Theatrical, Railway and Other Announcements.
Telephone 454. JffE NEW
GRAND
—" THEATRE, ■■■■»
West Marlands, Southampton.
Sole Lessees: Exore. of the late FRKDK. MOUILLOT Resident Manager - l« Mf»-AftTHlJR WESTON
Every evening at 7.30. Matinee on Saturday. at 2.30.
By arrangement with Klaw and Erlangei ofNewYork,
VEDRENNE & EADIE,
"Milestones
By ARNOLD BENNETT & EDWARD KNOBLAUCH One week only before sailing for America.
Act I. —1860. Act II.—1388 Act III.—1012 The Greatest Comedy Succeti ol Ihe last lllly ye«r«
PRICES—
Dress Circle 3/- and 2/- (ordinary at night 1/6); Stalls 2/6 & 2/.; Pit I/-; Amphitheatre 6d.; Gallery 3d.
26th AUGUST.
Six Nights and Matinee, Saturday. — at 2.30.
MR. GEORGE EDWARDE'S Co.,
"The Count of Luxembourg,"
From Daly's Theatre.
THE palace
THEATRE, SOUTHAMPTON.
6.50
TWICE NIGHTLY
9.0
Door* Open at 6.30 and 8.45. Commence at 6.50 and g sharp.
MONDAY, AUGUST I9th. AND DURING THE WEEK.
EXTRAORDINARY ENGAGEMENT OF
TOM JACK,
THE " ICE KING. Direct from the London Hippodrome. The wonder of the zoth century, in hi* marvellous (eats of liberation from Chains, Rope*, Straight Jackets, etc., etc.
NEWHOUSE & WARD TRIO,
. The World * Greatest Modem Comedy Cyclists, introducing " The Scratch Race." PALACE PERFECTION PICTURES. ROWLANDS The Original Welsh and Scotch Comedians.
MAUDE MORTIMER,
In Grand Opera Travesty.
THE UNIVERSAL FAVOURITES, THE
GREAT NORTHERN TROUPE,
Premier Internationol and Speciality Dancers of the World.
M ASTRO cSc ORETTA,
In a combination of Juggling, Balancing and Feats of Strength.
CAMILLA FEO,
Dainty American Speciality Artiste, in Song and Dance.
THE B E LL-HATTONS
Six in Number. Real Musical Expert:. A Gorgeous Extravaganza, mtroduciug numerous Instruments in the Works of Great Masters.
THOMAS H. BELL, the Saxophone Virtuoso.
GRAND CONCERT EVERY SUNDAY, at 8 p.m.
ROYAL PIER
SOUTHAMPTON.
PIT STALLS can now be booked at 1/-, ORCHESTRA STALLS 1/6, GRAND CIRCLE 1/. \
To-Nigl\t and during tl\e Week
At 8 o'clock,
MATINEES on Wednesday and Saturday at 3.30 p.m.
MR. CHARLES HESLOP and the Famous -Original Musical ComcdK Entertainers-
THE
BROWNIES
ARTISTES—
Maidie Field, Alec S. Clunes, Dorothy Webb, Vivien Stafford, Frank Butt, Phyllis Melville, CHARLES HESLOP.
In Volatile Vaudeville and Bits o Burlesque (1912 Edition).
Written and Produced by C. HESLOP. Music by ERNEST CRAMPTON and FRED ROSSE.
-—THE BROWNIES-
Programme is Varied at Each Performance.
9\er Toll, Id. Pavilion Stalls, Is. Chairs, 6d Back Seats, 3d.
SATURDAY, A-jgust 31st, at 8 p.m.
STELLA CAROL
The Wonderful Young Soprano.
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THE
SOUTHAMPTON PICTURE THEATRES
Under the same Management.
The Southampton Picture
Ttje Alexandra Picture Theatre,
Above Bar, Southampton.
Our STAR PICTURE tor Week commencing Monday, August 19th.
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday,
August 10th, 20th, and 21st.
"THE DESERT SWEETHEART"
An exciting Story of the Wild West.
"AN OUTCAST AMONG
OUTCASTS
"A BEAST AT BAY'
A Thrilling Story of an Escaped Convict.
Note the Address: —
113a, East Street, Southampton,
(A few doors from High Street).
Monday, Tuesday, 4 Wednesday, Aug. 19, 20, 4 21.
The Greatest Moving Picture ever made in England, entitled—
' SAVED BY FIRE'
----Length of Film 2,200 foot.

24.
Southampton, entitled—
„ ' The Rose of Thebes'
An Egyptian I.ove Story shewn in two Act: Length of Film 2.500 feet.
"THE MOUNTAINEERS
HONOUR
A Story of the Unwritten Law.
"A MODERN PORTIA" _
SelSy"uwy«SCo( Amendi" iSweffLTfme story Other Star Pictures will be shown lo complete ou
of an Englisman's fate. first-class Programme.
" THE HUSBAND S -
AWAKENING" Remember! These Pictures can only be see,
A Story of American Society. iat the above Theatre. We hold ^he Rights.

The usual Comic, and Interesting Pictures will be shown to complete the Programme. (Changed on Thursday).
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' " Prices—St«Hs-6d. Admission 3d.
Continuous performance daily 2 till 10.45.
Prices—3d., 6d., I/., and 1/6. | cson-t forget every Sunday at 8 p.m
the fourth annual
OPEN
LAWN TENNIS
WILL HE IIBLD ON TIME
COUNTY GROUND,
SOUTHAMPTON,
August 26, 27, 28, 29, 30,31,
WHEN THE
CHAMPIONSHIP of SOUTHAMPTON CHALLENGE CUPS,
PRIZES TO THE VALUE OF ABOUT £100
WILL BE PLAYED FOR.
10 Events Open to All Comers. 5 Events Open jo Local Players only.
Play to commence at 10.30 daily.
Is
Season Ticket 4s.
Tickets can be obtained from the Hon. Sees.,
64. Bellevuo Road. Southampton.
CHALLENGE CUPS and PRIZES on VIEW at Messrs. Shopherd A Hedgor's,
High Street, Southampton.
London & South Western Railway.
DAY EXCURSION
—TO— *
LONDON
Saturdap, 24tb August
From Redbridge 9.10 a.m., Totton 9.7 (4/3), Lyndliurst Road 9.0 (4/6), Beaulieu Road 8.54 (4/9), Brocken-liurst 8.46 (5/-). -:—7—
Return from Waterloo 13.40 midnight.—1---
Vor full details, also bookings from other stations, see bills.-
H. A. WALKER,
Central Manager,
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