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SOUTHAMPTON' AND DISTRICT PICTORIAL.
September 25, 1912.
Theatrical and Entertainment Announcements.
T.lephon. 454. THE NEW
GRAND
mbm THEATRE.^—
Wfcst Marlands, Southampton.
Sol* Le«*ee«: E*or». ol the late FREDK. MOUILLOT Resident Manager • - Mr. ARTHUR WESTON
MONDAY, 23rd SEPTEMBER, Six Nights, it 7.30, and Mallow Saturday, at 2.30.
FREE LIST SUSPENDED.
London's Greatest Sensation.
mr. GEORGE DANCE S
Company, the wonderful
' kismet;
AN ARABIAN NIGHT.
Dress Circle, 3s. & 2s. Stalls, 2s. 6d. MONDAY, 30th SEPTEMBER,
Six Nights, and Matinee Saturday, at 2.30,
MR. HERBERT RALLAND'S Company (by arrangement with Mr. GEO. EDWARDES), the Musical Play,
The Girl in the Train.
THE PALACE
THEATRE, SOUTHAMPTON.
6.50
TWICE NIGHTLY
9.0
Doors Open at 6.30 and 8.45. " Commence at 6.50 and 9 sharp.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23rd, AND DURING THE WEEK.
Edwardes
In a Screaming Farcical Absurdity " KLEPTOMANIACS."
PALO ana SELLERY
In their Famous Novelty, "A Clumsy Acrobat." '
" PALACE PERFECTION PICTURES.
LOUIS J. SEYMOUR *
The Popular Light Comedian.
CREO BROS., The Gipsies
World's Greatest Comedy Acrobats.
HARRY HARVEY
The Pattering Postman.
NELSON TRIO
- Refined and Comedy Skaters. - -
REN EE GRAHAME
The Beau-Ideal Boy.
NORA DELANY
The Girl in the Uniforms.
4 Vagabonds
Harmonious Comedians,' introducing their own version of Sergeant s Celebrated Song-" Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind.
CRAND CONCERT EVERY SUNDAY, at 8 p.m.
PIT STALLS can now be booked at 1/-, ORCHESTRA STALLS 1/6, GRAND CIRCLE 1 /.
ROYAL PIER
SOUTHAMPTON.
WEDNESDAY, September 25th, '
at 3.30 and_8 p.m.
SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT of MISS
Alys Bateman
(The World-renowned Prima Donna) -ASSISTED BY-
M. MONTAGU-NATHAN
The well-known Violinist.
PARLOVITZ
(Pianist), and other favourite Artistes.
Pier Toll Id. Pavilion 2/-, 1/-, and 6d.
SATURDAY, September 28th,
at 3.30 and 8 p.m.
The Favourite Band of -H.M.-
Ist Life Guards
Conductor—
MR. GEORGE MILLER, L.R.A.M.
Pavilion: Afternoon 1/-; Evening 1/- & 6d. Pier Toll: Ticket Holders Id.
Non-Ticket Holders id.
WEDNESDAY, October 2nd,
at 3.30 and 7.30 p.m.
-Siring Band of M M.--
Royal Marines \
(Portsmouth Division).
Conductor—
LIEUT. GEORGE MILLER, M.V.O.
THE
SOUTHAMPTON PICTURE PALACES
Under the same Management.
Members ol the Cinematograph Exhibitors' Association of Great Britain and Ireland, Ltd.
The Southampton Picture Palace,
113a, East Street, Southampton,
(A few doors from High Street).
Our Programme for week commencing September 23rd Includes the following
STAR PICTURES.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
September 23rd, 24th and 25th.
The Alexandra Picture
Above Bar, Southampton. SPECIAL STAR PICTURES
For week commencing Sept. 23rd. Monday,-Tuesday, and Wednesday,
September 23rd, 24th. and 28th.
"TO SAVE HER SOUL" "THE BAG OF GOLD"
' A Roe *ory of the l"eriod of :;]o In lx*s Angeles. (Kalem Film).
41 THE PRIZE ESSAY
A Drama of great interest. (Lubin Hint).
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday,
September, 20th, 27th, and 28th.
THE COLONELS EXCUSE
A Thdllin* War Drama of the State*.
THE SCARECROW'
The Great Russian Drama, entitled—
SAVED FROM SIBERIA"
A Thdllln* Story (In j acta) of a Woman Spy. The penalty for spyin* in Russia I* Slbena. but theru are exceptions which this Drama shows. Don't miss this peat Feature Film, length 2500 ft.
•THE BRAVEST GIRL OF THE SOUTH'
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
September 26th. 27th and 28th.
The Second of the Great English Series—
DICK TURPIN '
•• A CHILD'S PRAYER
A Ane Cowboy Story—Not the usual ru»h after a bad man. but a story of child faith m our Holy Naater, and bowl* softened a hard man* heart
The usual Comic, Dramatic and Interesting Pictures will be shown. Changed on Thursday.
Continuous performance dally 2 till 10.45.
Prices:—1/6, 1/-, 6d„ and 3d.
Don't forget every SUNDAY at 8 p.m. - SPECIAL PICTURES.
FROM FIREMAN TO ENGINEER
A splendid story of the Railroad.
■MANS LUST-FOR GOLD
A thrilling story of the West.
The usual Comic, Dramatic and Interesting Pictures will be shown. Changed on Thursday.
Continuous Performance Daily at 2 till 10.30.
Prices—3d.; Stalls 6d.
A Dainty Tea served every afternoon to all Patrons occupying Sixpenny Seats
Don't forget EVERY SUNDAY at 8 p.m.
THE
AND
WILL HOLD THEIR
ANNUAL SHOW
. Open to Hants, Wilts, and Dorset,
VICTORIA ROOMS,
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9th,
When, in addition, to the prize-money and ribbons, several Challenge Cups and valuable specials will competed for, by all breeds.
The Judges arc:—Captain Beamish, Bulldogs; Owen LI. Mansel, Gundogs; W. J. Nichols, Esq., remainder.
The Management hope all Fanciers will endeavour to make the Show as big a success as last year, by entering their dogs.
Members kindly note thai their Sub-scriptions for tyta-igi] are now due. Schedules and full particulars may be obtained from W. I'. GIBLIN, Hon. Sec., 30, llarboru'-road, Southampton; or the Headquarters, West Station Hotel, Southampton West.
ATHERLEY Cinema Theatre SHIRLEY ROAD
(OPPOSITE SHIRLEY LIBRARY).
Change of Programme — 3 times Weekly.—
Continuous Performance
From 6.30 to 10.30. SPECIAL
SUNDAY EVENING CONCERT
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
Popular Prices : Circle 9d. (reserved Is.) Back Stalls = 6d.
(Entrance Front Vestibule.)
Front Stalls
3d.
(Entrance at Side.)
Children's Matinee on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21st, and following
v Saturdays.
Jirices of Admission—4d.. 3d. & 2d.
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