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AMUSEMENTS.

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EVERY EVENING, at 8,

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- TWO FEATURE - TWO FE .TURI* - TWO FEATURE - TWO FEATURE

PROGRAMME.

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IIOYTS The Illustrious Dramatic Star,

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HOYT'.S A Charming Girl and the HOYT'S .Scintillating Stage gives a HOYT'S tharmlng rendering of a thrill HOYT'S ing and exciting story of stage HOYT'.S life, and Is supported hy an all HOYT'S star cast. HOYT'S HOYT'S HOYT'S

HOYT'S This Metro. Masterpiece is HOYTS full of dramatic -tirprlses, and HOVT'S the whole production shows us HOYT'S that the Yfetro. arc well main HOYT'S taming tho high standard of HOYT'.S their first releases. HOYT'S HOYT'S HOYT'S

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HOYT'.S A good, powerful story, that HOYT'S Is beautifully enaeted, and HOYT'S holds the heart interest from HOYTS START to FINISH. HOYT'S HOYT'S HOYT'S

HOYTS HOT'S HOYT'S HOYTS HOYTS HOYT'S HOYT'S

A Superb

MUTUO. FEATURE,

Introducing

EMILY STEVENS, hMll.Y STEVENS, EMILY STEVENS,

In a Symphonious Story of a

Redeemed Prima Donna,

-CORA, -CORA, -COItA, -CORA,

A Five-Part Photo.-play,

EMILY EMILY EMILY

STEVENS, STEVENS, STEVENS,

World Corporation

FLORENCE ROCKWELL FLORENCE ROCKWELL FLORENCE ROCKWELL

BODY* BODY" BODY BODY

AND SOUL, AND SOUL, AND SOUL, AND SOUL, BODY AND SOUL,

By Wm. Hurlbut.

Official Film,

Taken bv Command of the War Office.

HOYTS THE KING'S VISIT TO THE HOYTS

HOYT'S IRISH GUARDS,

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HOYT'S An Interesting Scenic Subject, HOYT'.S taken by command of the War nOYT'S Office. HOYT'S HOTT'S

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BOOK YOUR SEAT.

'Phone 01D0, De Luxe. Thone 3S28, Olympia.

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VII Resetted Seats Not Paid For by 7.15 will be resold.

CONTINUOUS PICTURES

11 a.m. to 0.30.

STAR FEATURE, ^

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EVERY EVENING, TWO FEATURES. 6d., 1/, and 1/6.

nOYTS BEST LOUNGE,

For the Use of the I-blio,

Wann Radiators.

Upholstered Divan-.

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AMUSEMENTS.

TJtLL MINDEN Y\ IS BAD ^ '

Anything In the shape of evil and lawles. ness he revelled in, lived for, lil eil by But there is some attractive spot in eiciy man. 13111 s redeeming feature was his love for his wife and baby girl But ci cn those he lost lu the lons, (one years spent behind prison bars when Nemesis oi -rtook him-ycara that would hate left another man cowed and broken of spirit and heart But Bill needed his Btrength-to get back hin baby girl (he knew his wile waa dead), to fight hard perhaps to rob hird and to sin hard, that she at least might lil e in comfort

And aa yet he did not know how he d do it Maybe he d go straight-maybe he

wouldn't

But what hope has any bad man when he Undi his little ' baby grown to beautiful girlhood, whose affections go naturally to this life battered gaul scarred stranger . whom she knows only as ' her father's

friend' t And ii lui t clac can he do but go straight when a soft white hand holds out to him-a Bible!-und he heal, an appeal ing voice that seems to "end in heiter skelter, skittering from his brain, that dark horde of evil passions and hideous desires that had made Bill Minden whit lie was a bad man?

HARD ROAD

a combination of striking drama and de Ifghtful comedy, resulting in a picture with both appeal and punch

Basing it on Sir Gilbert Parker s famous noi c1, D W Griffith has made a picture that will long be remembered for the amount of genuine clean entertainment it provides Three stars-one of stage and two of screen,

FRANK CAMTtVU, DOROTHY 01SH, and

OV. FN MOORE,

are featured Campeau comes to the screen with a big reputation as a stage pla)cr aid he has that which many screen actors envy-a ' talking face ' a face that In a few fleeting seconds corneys all the emo tions of an unemotional man-Bill Minden whose redemption is brought about by his daughter She wins where the prison gates and warders curses fall, she lifts him up iv hen he finds that Jordan 1B too hard n road for lils feet to traicrsc she is a girl von will take straight to your heart she is Dorothy Llsli, the"gl-_tcst little screen star of thcin all Her name, as does that of Owen Moore, who plays her young Eng Uah lover, stands for all that can be ob- tained in motion picture quality This is the chief of the

NEW TRIANGLE PLATS

Al the

MAJESTIC THE.TRE

TO NIGHT, at 7 n0, TODAY, at 2 30

That s tlie Drama

AND THF C05IEDY IS COMbD) i

One of Ylack Sennctt a best Thirty minutes of

laughter that is laughter

'TUL JANM0RS YMFLS TEMPTATION"

She was tempted and she fell-hard! But the Serpent never offered Lie half the allurements which Jolted the Janitor s wife off the straight and narrow path, nor did Adam pursue the Serpent a ith half the lim with which Tred Mace goes after the villain nor did the family at Eden have half the fun that you will have when you witness this comedí Featuring

FRED M VCE and HARRY GRIBBON

Since Mack bennett threw in his lot with the Triangle he has insisted on every comedy containing a big spectacle to bring it to a conclusion An! this is no exeep lion The thriller is here It is a ballroom scene m the throes of a Keystone chase It finishes in a remarkable manner 1 red MJCC falls headlong through a glass dome of the building anti on to the top of the spout of water from an ornamental foun tain It keeps him tossing in the air like the celluloid halls in a shooting gallery This in itself is a big laugh, but it is eclipsed by the Absurdity of four policemen and a kitchen table being likewise balanced on the water spout

Tiley arc the Two Main reaturcs of the

1IFTI1 TRIANGLL PROGRAMME

Other pictures include trench War Pictures Patho Gazette, and one of the famous "liutt and Jeff' Cartoou Comedies. '

FItl-SENTLI) TWICE DAILY

At the Remodelled Triangle House,

MAJI-STIO THEATRE,

.linders Street, Near Station "(

Proprietors Amalgamated Pictures Limited Lessees Union Theatres Limited

VV Barrington Miller, Managing Director

TIME SCHEDULE-EVENINGS

Pathe Canette starts 7 60 "Janitors Wife s Temptation' starts 8,-0 "Jordan is a Hard Road' starts 9 0

DULY MATINEES at 2 30 p m PROGRAMME.

SAME AS AT NIGHT SESSION

SPECIAL MATINEE MONDAY (KING'S

BIRTHDAY), at 2.30

PRICES

Evening. -Monday to Friday-D C , 1/6, Stalls, ]/, Balcony, Od Booked Seats, 2/.

Daily Matinee, at 2.30. All Circle Scats, 1/, All Stalls, 6d.

Saturdays and Holiday».-D O.. 2/, Stalls, 1/S and 1/, Balcony, 6d. Booked Scat», 2/«.

Clear View from Ereqr Batoonr Scat.

Book at Allan'» «r-tt natte. IfcMtre 'phone

Í700

AMUSEMENTS.

PARAMOUNT THEATRE. .-ARA MOUNT THEATRE.

PARAMOUNT THEATRE. PARAMOUNT THEATRE. PARAMOUNT THEATRE.

3-icrnii-g Direction .. ,, J. C Williamson Films. Managing Director.K. VV, Thrir*g.

. COMMENtílNG TO-DAY, at" 11 am.

COMMENCING TO DAT, nt 11 a.m. COMMENCING TO-DAY, at li a-m. COMMENCING TO DAY, at U a m. COMMENCING TO DAY, at 11 a m. O0MMENCÍNG TO-DAY, at 11 a.m.

THE WORLD'S GREATEST LAUGnMAKRR, THE WORLD'S GREATEST LAUGHMAKER, THE WORLD'S GREATEST LAUGHMAhER, TUE WORLD'S GREATEST 1-AUGHMAKER, THE WORLD'S GREATEST LAUGHMAKER, THE WORLD'S i GREATEST I.AUGUMAKER,

OB-ALU. CHAPLIN. CHARLIE CH*«WN, CHARLIE CHAPLIN, CHARLIE CHAPLIN, CHARLIE CHAPLIN, CHARLIE CHAPLIN, CHARLIE CHAPLIN, CHARLIE CHAPLIN, CHARLtE CII.FLIN, CHARLIE CIUPLIN, CHARLIE CHAPLIN, CHARLU- CHAPLIN,

BURLESQUE OF CARMEN*. BURLESQUE OF CARMEN*. BURLESQUE OF CARMEN. BURLESQUE OF CARMEN. BURLESQUE OF CARMEN. BURLESQUE OF CARMEN".

This Picture will be Shown at the Paramount Theatre in THE DAY SESSIONS ONLY TO DAY*,

and at the

TOWN H.I.L TO-NIGHT. TOWN HALL TO-MGHT, TOWN HUÍ. TONIGHT, TOWN HALL TONIGHT, TOWN HALL TO-NIGHT, TOWN HALL TONIGHT,

And All Next Week at "The Paramount."

c wish to emphasise that the Production

GENUINE ESSANA-Y FILM, and the Only Genuine New Chaplin Film Now Showing In Australia.

COMMENCING MONDAY NEXT, COMMENCING MONDAY NEXT, COMMENCING MONDAY NEXT, COMMENCING MONDAY NEXT, COMMENCING MONDAY NEXT, COMMENCING MONDAY NEXT,

-And to be Shown for One Week Only,

BLANCHE SWEET, BLANCHE SWEHT, UL*\NCIir. SWÉF.T, BLANCHE SWELT, BLANCHE SWEET, BLANCHE SWEET, BLANCHE SWEET, BLANCHE SWEET, BLANCHE SWEET, BLANCHE SWELT, BLANCHE SWEET, BLANCHE SWEET,

THE WVRRENS OF VIRGIN! V, THE WARRENS OF Y1RGIMA, THE WARRENS OF VIRGINIA, THE WARRLNS OF VIRGINIA, THE WARRENS OF VIRGINIA, THE WARRENS OF VIRGINIA,

Produced by Jesse L Lnskj.

This Channing Actress has made so mam friends by her work in the past that we feel sure that her reappearance will he welcomed by our patrons

The story relates the loto affairs of Agatha Warren, of ver Southern breeding, and Ned Burton, of equally Northern upbringing, dunno; the period of American history -when each was a crime in the moral code of the other. He is visiting her when war is declared, and joins the Union forces. The dosing daj-s of the'war find Ned fighting near the

rcn plantation Ula men are fighting to pre- vent the joining of Lee's forces with those under Warren Evcrytlung hinges upon the supply train which is to meet them at the Warren place Old General Warren lumBclt is given permission to pass through the Federal lines on a stretcher because of illness. Agatha meets him as Ned comes up, re- conciliation follows, and Ned ia muted lo the Warren house that night His commanding officer, learning this, forces him to carry false despatches concerning the, baggage He is denounced bj a I "Union spy and searched by the rebels, who divert I the train into the road which the Northerners have

aiubu&hcd. The train is dc-troyed, and Ins captors realise that Ned has been the means of tncktng them. He is sentenced to die, and, still worse, de- nounced by Agatha as the lowest of white trash He is not shot, because Lee's surrender ends the war before his sentence can be carried out Several years later he returns, and Agatha rciokes the statements concerning his character which she made on* tho"'memorable night of the supply train's

capture. 'l

CONTINUOUS SHOWS DAILY,

Ham. le 6 pit, ?

' 1

"'*"*" A-iWon,'**d. and 6dl'*

, . EVERY EVENING,

/

Ate,

FULL PROOBAMME,

W.U.

ORCHESTRAI. EFFECTS,

Under the Direction ot Signor E, Kort.

ADMISSION:

<d.t 1/, I/«,--/". IioB*0--_«-r__. Saturday» and

HaWajwJ-OTjtei.

AMUSEMENTS.

TJICKARDS'S TIVOLI THEJ

TO-DAY (S»TURÏM»"). 3rd JUNE,

TO-DAY (S»TURDAY), .'ird JUNE, . TO-DAY (SATUHDAV), 3rd JUNE,

At 2.30,

And

MONDAY NEXT, :.tll .HINE. MONDAY NEXT, (¡Hi JtWI".. MONDAY NEXT, äth JUNE.

SPECIAL HOLIDAY MATINEES. SPECIAL HOLIDAV MATINEES. SPECIAL HOLIDAY MATINEES.

IT», I V 0 I, I T II ..Hil E.

TODAY (SATURDAY), TO-NIGHT.

Of . ,, . CARDO and NOLL, CARDO and NOLL, CS-llDO and NOLL, CARDO and NOLL, CARDO and NOLL, CARDO and NOLL,

Famous American Prima Donna Soprano and Cele- brated Operatic Tenor. An Eiceptionally Brilliant and Interesting Vocal Feature.

A Star Musical Turn that gets right away from

convention. - ~*~

L»ST THREE NIGIITS . - Of

MARIE 1Î1SG SCOTT, MARIE KING SCOTT, MABU: KING SCOTT, »U1111* KING SCOTT, MARIE KING .SCOTT,

"That Country Girl."

Her popitlarltv extends to ever)' part of the house. I Her arnica! Is altogether human and swect.

Hcr wit Is sprightly, gay and delightfully natural. | Her st) le is most winsome and quaint.

Reappearance of Mons.

OOSWARD, GOS»VARD, COS»)'ARD,

Comique Eccentric Française de PAlhambra de _ Paris._

IT

I V 0 L I

THEATRE.

HARRY RICKARDS' TIVOLI THEATRES LTD. Governing Director .. HUGH D. MCINTOSH.

ENGAGEMENT ISTRAORD-TARY.

ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY.."___,, ABSOLUTELY ONE of the GREATEST SUCCESSES |

EVER ENGAGED.

OALI-B and RECALLED _

AT EVERY PERFORMANCE.

Mr. HUGH "57MCINTOSH ,, . ,

Mas the honour to present to his patron» Hie Most Sensational, eton among the msny sensational

attractions that have appeared on tlie Rickards | circuit during the lost quarter of a century,

THE ONLY

THE ONLY

HORACE GOLDIN, HORACE GOLDIN, HORACE GOLDIN, HORACE GOLDIN, HORACE GOLDIN, HORACE OOLDIN, HORACE GOLDIN, HORACE GOLDIN, -ftltAC- GOLDIN, HORACE GOLDIN, HORACE GOLDlN HORACE GOLDIN. HORACE OOLDIN, HORACE GOLDIN, HORACE GOLDIN, HORACE GOLDIN, HORACE GOLDIN, HORACE GOLDIN, HORACE GOLDIN, HORACE GOLDIN, HORACE GOLDIN,

LAST NIGHTS , LAST NIGHTS 1-ASr NIGHTS

LAST NIGHTS ' L»ST N1QI1TS . L»ST NIGHTS

* LAST NIGHTS

L»ST NIGHTS LASr NIGHTS

Of the Present

Programme,

And Company of

85 ARTISTS. 35 ARTISTS, 35 ARTISTS.

Presenting, In THREE SERIFS, THREE SERIES, THREE SERIES.

Tlie »»'orld Renowned

Magical

HORACE GOLDIN, HORACE GOLDIN, HORACE OOLDIN, HORACE GOLDIN, HORACE GOLDIN, HORACE GOLDIN, HORACE GOLDIN, HORACE GOLDIN, HORACE GOLDIN,

THE ROYAL ILLUSIONIST,

Magicalx Extravagania, "THE OLD," "THE OLD," "THE OLD," "THE OLD." "THE NE»V," "THE NE»»'," "Tlin NE1V," "THE NE»V,"

And .

THE ROYAL ILLUSIONIST, "TIGER TOO." TOE ROYAL ILLUSIONIST "T!Or.R TOO."

Mr. HORACE GOLDIN receives a perfect pvatlon at every performance bv houses packed frorn* floor to ceiling, creating an 'absolute furore. Only one

lerdlct,

"THE BEST EYER."

Brilliant and Artistic Success

Of

CARDO and NOLL, CARDO and NOLL, CARDO and.NOIA,

A Famous American Prima Donna 8opraao,

And

A \'ery Remarkable Operatic Tenor, '

JACK BORNHOLD, JACK BORNIIOLD, JACK BORNIIOLD.

In "Curse You, Jack Dalton,"

An Amailmriy Novel Entertainment That !.

Kntirelv His Own.

BL\NCHE COLVIN, BLANCHE COLVIN,

In Comedv Songalogue.

The Girly Different,

ROSE BERRY,. ROSE DERRY, ROSE BERRY.

In Songs and Stories Original.

MARIE KING SCOTT, MARIE KING SCOTT, MARIE KING SCOTT.

Loved Evcrvwhcre in-ilic United Stales .aj

"THAT COUNTRY" GIRL." »>-. '

B»-NING PRICES:-./. 3/, and 1/ (Sihmlays I

and holidays cxccptcd). I

BOX-PLAN at »V. II. Glen's, Collins street; Men

ric»', Grand, and Oriental, and at the ' Theatre | Saturday afternoons and all holidays._

T II E A T n E. | T

I V 0 L I

At the àMatinco,

»»?EDNESDAY NEXT, 7th JUNE."

NEW ARTISTS. NE»V . ARTISTS.

I Just Arrived, Under,Special Engagement, and First

Appearancc in Australia of

The

THREE KUNDLËS, THREE KUNDI.V», TURK- KUNDUS,

The Finest and Most Startling Light »»'ire Act I being Starred on any Circuit, the Kundi» and their Charming Midgets arc bound to make a big Aus-

tralian Succès- I

* First Appearance in Australia of

BILL 1-UITT, BILL PRU1TT, BILL* HRUITT,

. The Cowboy Caruso.

The Singing Cowboy Is the genuine article." ' Ile j has a Ranch In Montana. Ho lias been Sergeant j fit-arms of Montana'_ Parliament. He's Genuine.

rpo-DAY J- 0-DAY

COMMENCING

TO-DAY TO-DAY TO-DAY

TO-DAY TO-DAY

At the MATINEE

TO-DAY TO-DAY

TO-DAY TO-DAY

TO-DAY TO-DAY

At

TO-DAY TO-DAY

TO-DAY TO DAY

TO-DAY TO-DAY

OLYMPIA ONLY,

TO-DAY TO-DAV

OLYMPIA ONLY,

TO-DAY TO-DAY

OLYMPIA ONLY,

TO-DAY TO-DAY

TO-DAY TO-DAY

TO-DAY TO-DAY

And EVERY

TO-DAY TO-DAY

TO-DAY TO-DAY

EVENING, nt 8..

TO.DAY TO-DAY

TO-DAY TO-DAY

TO-DAY TO-DAY

TO-DAY TO-DAY

TO-DAY TO-DAY

TO-DAÏ CHARLIE

Tlie Great

CHAPLIN CHARLU:

CHAPLIN CHARLIE

CHAPLIN CHARLU:

CHARLIE CHAPLIN,

CHAPLIN CHARLIE

\

CHAPLIN | CHARLIE

CHAPLIN CHARLIE

Supported by

CHAPLIN 1 CHARLIE

CHAPLIN , CHARLIE

CHAPLIN CHARLIE

MABEL NORMAND

CHAPLIN CHARLIE

CHAPLIN CHARLIE

CHAPLIN CHARLIE

And

CHAPLIN CHARLIE

CHAPLIN CHARLIE

CHAPLIN CHARLIE

FATTi*,

CHAPLIN I-IARI.Ii:

CHAPLIN CHARLIE

CHAPLIN CHA-LIE

In a

CHAPLIN ¡CHARLIE

CHAPLIN CHARLIE

CHAPLIN I0TIAR-I

CHAPLIN ICHARLli:

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CHAPLIN CHARLIE

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CHAPLIN CHARLIE

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CHAPLIN CHARLIE

Of Iii» Best Productions,

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Entitled

CHAPLIN CHARLIE

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-AMBITION.

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-AMBITION.

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-AMBITION.

CHAPLIN CHARLIE

CHAPLIN CHARME

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One long, real Jaugh in

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every one of the four reels

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of the choicest scenes in

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Cbnrlic's many produc-

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tions.

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CI1 \PL1N CHARLIE

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The »i hole making one

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continuous story, cleverly

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conceived and put together.

CHAPLIN CHARLTF.

CHAPLIN OHARLIE

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IIO»T'S

OLYMPIA HOYTS

SPECUL NOTICE.

OLYMPIA HOYT'S

OLYMPIA HOYT'S

OLYMPIA HOYT'S

This picture »ll| be sho»n

OLYMPIA

HOYT'S only at Olympia, in eonjunc

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HOVTR tion with the

OLYMPIA HOYT'S

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World's Corporation

OLYMP I*. HOYT'S

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Masterpiece,

OLY»IPIA IIOYT'S

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BODY AND SOUL.

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HOYTS

BODY AND SOUL.

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HOYTS

BOD»* AND SOUL.

OLYMPIA.

HOYT'S

BODY AND SOUL.

OLYMPH

HOYTS

OLYMPIA HOYTS

OLYMPIA

1I0YTS And a Strong Supporting

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OLYMPH HOYTS

PROGRAMME.

OLYMPIA

HOYTS

OLYMP! . HOYTS

OLYMPIA HOYTS

OLYMPIA HOYT'S

OLYMPIA HOYT'S

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i PRICES AS USUAL.

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AMUSEMENTS.

F

U-L LER'S BIJOU THEATRE.

MAT1NFJ* TO-DAY, 2.80. MATINEE TO-DAV, S30. MATINEE TO-DAY, S.80.

Saturday Matinee "rices-3/, 2/6, 1/0, «nd 1¡.

Hooking fee, Od,

"pifU I, I.ER'S BIJOU THEATRE.

Goicrning Director .. .. Ben. J. Fuller.

Commencing '

Ben. J. Fuller liai the honour to present the

THREE BIGGEST ATTRACTIONS EVER

FEVTURED ON ONE BILL IN VAUDEVILLE

In this or any other Theatre in Australia.

Direct from the Oxford, Kingsway, Palacei-and other

leading theatres in Londcn, and making her First Appearance in Australia to day, under exclusive contract, ut nn enormous sulaty-, to the Fuller

Circuit.

WISH

YVYNNE, WISH

WYNNE. W ISH

WYNNE,

WISH

WYNNE. wisn

WYNNE, WISH

WYNNE,

WISH

WYNNE,

WISH

WYNNE,

W ISH

WYNNE,

WISH

WYNNE. WISH

WYNNE. WISH

WYNNE. WISH

WYNNE. wisn

WYNNE. WLSK

WYNNE, WISH

WYNNF. WISH

WYNNE, YVISH

WYNNE WISH

WYNNE, THE CELEBRATED LONDON ACTRESS,

IN CHARACTER STUDIES OF ENGLISH HOYIE

LIFF.

Welcome Return to the Bijcu To-day for n

Short Farewell Engagement,

Prior to her departure for South Africa on a

Starring Tour,

'ITin ONE AND ONLY DAISY

JEROME, DAISY

JEROME, PALSY

JEROME,

DAISY

JEROME,

DAISY

JEROME,

DAISY

JEROME,

DAISY

JEROME,

DMSV

JEROME,

DAISY"

JEROME,

DAISY

JEROME. DAISY

JEROMF.

DAISY

JEROME,

DAISY

JEROMF.

DAISY"

JEROMF. DAISY

JEROME. DAISY

JEROME.

DAISY

JEROME,

misv

JEROME,

TMISY

JEROME,

WHO HAS BEEN DESCRIBED as 'TUB LIVE WIRE," and the sparks Hint scintillate in such hnlllont showers while the Hie wire is In operation are like no artilicial pyrotechnics that baie ever

fchown.

DAISY JEROME IN "SOMETHING DOING" DAISY JEROME IN "SOMETHING DOING" DAISY JEROME IN "SOMETHING DOING" DAISY JEROME IN "SOMETHING DOING" DAISY JEROME IN "SOMETHING DOING" DAISY JEROME IN "SOMETHING DOING"

Will be a rare attncllon indeed, and "The Live

." will be surrounded with an Atmosphere cf Revelry Every Afternoon and Evening.

In the Second Edition of

TRED COYNE'S LONDON REVUE. FRED COYNE'S LONDON REVUE. FRED COYNE'S I.ONDON REVUE. ritBD COYNE'S LONDON RF.VUL.

The success of this production has eclipsed ntl pretious Fuller Records, the artistic standard at- tained being the talk of Melbourne.

THE FLEMINGS. Till! FLEMINGS .nu; FLEMINGS. 'MIK FLEMINGS. THE FLfcMINGS.

Featuring Studies in ALABASTER.

(TUMBY and BROYVN, CUMBY and BROWN, (TIMBY and BROWN, CI.MUY and BROWN, CUMBY and BROWN,

The Delights of Darktown.

GERVLD E. G RUTEN, GERALD E.- GRIFFEN, GERALD E. GRIFFEN, GERALD E. GRIFFEN, GERALD E. GRIFFEN,

The Popular Irish American Actor-Vocalist.

USUAL PRICES PREVAIL.

Booking Fee, ]/. Earlv Doora to Gallery, 1/.

The BOX-PLANS are open at the Bijou Theatre ellice all day, or seats may be reserved per 'phone Central 3251. 'Phone seats kept till 7.65 only.

rt" THE HUNS CAME TO MELBOURNE.

PORT THEATRE, PORT MELBOURNE. Special Attraction, * First "Time

Coming Monday. -In

Melbourne,

IF THE HUNS CAME TO MELBOURNE.

You will be thrilled by the undreamed- of possibilities of the remorseless and wanton destruction of our beautiful Aus- tralian titles:

IF THE HUNS GAME TO MELBOURNE.

Imagine, if J ou can, tile nameless horrors perpctuatcd on helpless Belgians in the name of German Kulttirl Think for a moment or n repetition of the dreadful nightmare In MELBOURNE1 Picture those nearest and dearest to you at the mercy of tlic Huns! This Is what the producers have set out to do lu this remarkable picture. '

APPROVED OF AND PASSED BY THE

MILITARY AUTHORITIES.

IF THE nUNS CAME TO MELBOURNE.

A PICTURE THAT WIM» BURN ITS

WAY INTO YOUR VERY SOUL.

I'ORT THEATRE, PORT MELBOURNE,

MONDAY NEXT,

RELEASED BY ADVANCE FILMS, BOA 848 O.P.O.

B

MADE IN ENC&AND.

GREATEST BRITISH PIANO.

73,000 HOMES HAVE BRINSMEAD PIANOS.

Supplied to

IEs Majesty the King, I! M. Queen Alexandra,

H.IL1I. tho Duche» of Alliany,

TI. H.H. the Duchess of Edinburgh, U.M. King of Italy,

U.M. King of Su eden,

U.M. King of Portugal,

II.I.II Hie Shall of Persia, His Holiness the Pope,

T.M the late Queen Victoria

and King Edward VII.

MADAM*-. PV1T1.-"I am charmed with the tono

and touch of the splendid pianoforte, and the cai-c is loicly."

M.RIv I1Y.YIBUIC. -"Tlie touch is perfect, the

si iging quality almost human, and the action

unsurpassed "

SIR JOHN STAINER - "Tja. highest praise is cer-

tainly due lo Messrs. Brinsmead and Sons for the complete success which bus crowned their

efforts."

GOLNOD - "These excellent pianos merit the ap

proliation of all artists "

STRFblKL-"A more beautiful piano I have never

plaied on." , .

CARNEGIE and SONS, 100 Klixabcth Street,

Sole Agents,

Brinsmead, Allison, and Squire Piano*,

Bell Organs and Ángelus Pianos.

M

AMUSEMENTS.

ADGB FABIAN In "ON TR

HOLIDAY MATINEE ON MONDAY HOLIDAY MATINEE ON MONDAY

(The King's Birthday).

Children Half-price. - "

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THEATRE ROYAL.                  

Direction, J. C. WILLIAMSON LTD.  

Managing Directors:

Messrs. Geo. Tallis, Hugh J. Ward, Clyde Meynell.

General Manager, T. Darbyshire.

TO-NIGHT, TO-NIGHT,

Commencing at 8 O'Clock.  

J. C. WILLIAMSON'S

NEW DRAMATIC ATTRACTION.

First Appearance In Melbourne of

MADGE FABIAN MADGE FABIAN

(Leading Lady from Drury Lane Theatre, London)

In

GEO. M. COHAN'S PRODUCTION

Of    

THE DRAMA THAT TOOK NEW YORK AND

LONDON BY STORM. THE PARTICIPANTS:

ON TRIAL The Defendant, Frank Harvey     ON TRIAL His Daughter, Dorothy Seacombe   ON TRIAL His Wife, Madge Fabian ON TRIAL Her Father, Roy Redgrave ON TRIAL The Dead Man, Sidney Stirling   ON TRIAL His Widow, Gwen Burroughs     ON TRIAL His Secretary, Gerald Harcourt   ON TRIAL A News Agent, Charles Lawrence   ON TRIAL Hotel Proprietor, William Lockhart   ON TRIAL A Physician, Arthur Cornell     ON TRIAL A Maid, Alma Rock Phillips   ON TRIAL A Waiter, Sidney Harrison ON TRIAL The Judge, Gerald Kay Souper   ON TRIAL District Attorney, Frank Elliott   ON TRIAL Defendant's Counsel, L. Willoughby   ON TRIAL The Clerk, Ronald Macleod ON TRIAL Court Attendant, Harry Young   ON TRIAL Court Stenographer, ON TRIAL Leonard Stephens ON TRIAL THE JURY:

ON TRIAL Foreman, Robert Greig.  

ON TRIAL Arthur Greenaway, Edmund Scherras ON TRIAL Frank Harcourt, George Hewlitt ON TRIAL Harold Moran, James Smith

ON TRIAL S. A. Fitzgerald, Chas. Burmister ON TRIAL Arthur Glyn, Peter Hull. ON TRIAL James C. Bendrodt.

The Play Produced by Geo. Barnum,

Box-plan at Allan's, Henries', Oriental, Occi- dental. Day Sale at Theatre Royal Confectionery. Prices as usual. Children in arms NOT Admitted. HOLIDAY BOOKING.-The Box-plan for MON-

DAY'S Performances, Afternoon and Evening, will be on view in the Theatre Royal Vestibule on Mon- day, from 10 a.m. Also Box-plan for "THE BIRTH OF A NATION."   "THE BIRTH OF A NATION," at the AUDI-

TORIUM, commencing THIS AFTERNOON.

Wi

'EST'S MATINEE, TO-DAY

. EST'S At 2.80. TO-DAY j

WEST'S - TO-DAY WEST'S Children fld. TO-DAY WESTS To All Parts TO-DAY WEST'S. of House. TO-DAY

5PENU THE HOLIDAY AT WEST'S.

SPECIAL MONDAY". Prices (k1., MATINEE, MONDAY". 1/, 1/0. At 2.30. MONDAY. Children (k1. Big New MON DAY*. To All Programme. MONDAY. Tarts.

A

BIG NEW FEATURE AT WEST'S.

TO-DAY, at 2,30. TONIGHT, at 8.

And All Next Week.

MISS HELEN WARE, MISS HELEN WARE, MISS HELEN WARE, MISS HELEN WARE, MISS HELEN WARE, MISS HELEN WARE,

Amcrica'6 Leading Emotional Actress,

Supported by

COURTENAY FOOTE and Miss TEDDY SAMPSON,

In a 5*Act Drama from the Fine Arts Studios.

"OROSS CURRENTS." "CROSS CURRENTS." "CROSS CURRENTS." "CRO.SS CURRENTS." "CROSS CURRENTS." "CROSS CURRENTS,"

A Picture with a Wealth of Woman's Appeal.

WHAT WOULD YOU DO? '

winning the affections of the man who had pledged himself to you? Would vou keep him to his trust, or release him for her sake?

If a disaster threw you and Hint man together on u deserted island, and you won hack the old loie, anil then came a boat to tukc you both back to civilisation-to misery-to hcart-adic, ¡would you give him back? Would you let him go alone-just for your sister's sake?

They arc questiona which this drama asks and answers emphatically, dramatically, and enter* tainlngly.

OTHER PICTURES on the PROGRAMME.

English and Australian Gazette. Anzac Day in London.

"You're Next" (Vitagraph Comedy).

PRICES.-Week Nights, Monday to Friday, 6d., 1/, 1/6; Saturdays and- Holidays, Od. to 2/. Matinees1, Od., II, 1/0; Children Od. to All Parts. ,

EOYAL CHAPEL STREET, PICTURES

OYAL Opp. -Windsor Station. PICTURES ROVAL - PICTURES MATINEES TO-DAY and MONDAY, at 2.30. MATINEES TO-DAY and MONDAY, at 2.30. MATINEES\TO-DAY and MONDAY, at 2.30.

TO-DAY, TO-NIGHT,

Last Performances of tlie Sensational Triangle

Drama,

DAPHNE AND THE PIRATE, DAPHNE AND TOE PIRATE, DAPHNE AND THE PIRATE,

And

THIS SUBMARINE PIRATE, A Screaming 4-Part TIM SUBMARINE PIRATE, Keystone Triangle, THE SUBMARINE PIRATE, Featuring Sid Chap T11E SUBMARINE PIRATE, lin.

Commencing at the Matinee Monday

_. Three Nights Only,

Charming Margucnto THE SEVEN SISTERS. Clark in the 4-Act THE SEVEN SISTERS.

Comedy, THE SEVEN SISTERS.

And

The Sixth Instalment of the Romance of* Elaine,

Dealing with the EplMxle of

THE WIRELESS DETECTIVE, THE WIRELESS DETECTIVE, THE WIRELESS DETECTIVE,

And Many Others,

THURSDAY, FRIDAY, and SATURDAY NEXT,

The Third Triangle Programme. LET KATY DO IT,

LET KATY DO IT, A Magnificent 5-Reel Story of LET KATY DO IT, Love and Adi enture,

, ; , MY* VALET. Mid Mabel Normand in the Scream- MY VALET.

Ing 3-P-rt Triangle Keystone, MY VALET.

Booking, 'phones 2183

BOOMING. -^ROLLER SKATINO PALAIS.

Y\ irlb's' Park.- Four Sessions To-day. Bal "btBqueCarniiiil, next Wcdncsdai, June '.

¡"N AID OF FRENCH HLD CROSS SOCIETY.

ASSEMBLY HALL.

WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 14, S p.m.

Miss ETHEL WIGG'S CONCERT.

Prices-3/ reserved, 2/, and one shilling, Box-plan (it Glen's.

Faulknir Smith Direction.

fnHB SAVOY, the Commonwealth Cafe for bright X ness, vivacity, and brilliant setting. Lively music accompanies Pansian service of lunckeon, dinner. _.

AMUSEMENTS.

IRINCESS'S ' THEATRE.

"THi: SPOILERS."

GRAND HOLIDAY MATINEE,

MONDAY NEXT (King's Birthday).

?pRI-OESS'S T H E A T B E.

Sole Proprietors .. .. GEORGE MARLOW LTD.

L»ST MaÍÍT~BUT. T»VO

Of

IAN MACLAREN and ETHEL BUCKLEY,

In tho Wonderful Dramatisation of Rex Beach

Masterpiece,

-"Tni: SPOILERS," A Play that Is -"Tim SPOILERS," Gripping, -"THE SPOILERS," Exciting,

-"THE SPOILER!!," Delighting.

Superbly Interpret«! by

GEORGE MARLOWS

BRILLIANT DRAMATIC COMBINATION.

Tile LAST 'NINE NIGHTS of the Season.

Commencing

WEDNESDAY NEXT, JUNE 7.

The llagnllleent Spectacular Play,

-"UNDER TWO FLAGS." -"UNDER TWO FLAGS." -"UNDER TWO FLAGS."- '

IAN MACLAREN as BERTIE CECIL.

And

ETHEL BUCKLEY as CIGARETTE,

BEAUTIFUL STAGE PICTURE-,

ONE SUCCESSION OF STRIKING

SPECTACULAR KFFECTB.

Been- to DAZZLE, FASCINATE, and AMUSE.

POPULAR PLAYS 'ÄT~POPU-AR PRICES.

S/, 21, 1/. NO EARLY DOORS. 3/, 21, 1/. NO EARLY DOORS.

Box-plan at Pianola and Theatre. Booked Seats, -/. Day sales at Princess'« Sweets Store.

D It I N C E S S ' S Til E A T R E.

On SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 17.

GEORGE MARLO»»*

Presents the

GONSALE*. GRAND ITALIAN OPERA

COMPANY,

W'ho »ill Inaugurate Ills Season of

ITALIAN GRAND OPERA,

»Vltli Verdi's Favourlto »Vork,

Tlie season «¡II posithely bo limited to eight 1 weeks, and Hie operas proseuted during that period

».ill he "II Ttoiatore." "Travlato," "Cavallerla Rusticana," "I I'alla-oi," "Rlgoletto," "Faust," "Alda," "Un Bailo in »laschem,*' "Lp Tosca," "Madame Butterfly," "La Boheme," "Mignon,"

"The Barber of Scilllc," "Carmen," "Lucia di \ Lammermoor," "Otello," "Faiorlta," "Ugonotti," "Ebrca," and "Glaconda,"

PROGRA»IME for FIRST »VEKK.

SATURDAY, JUNE 17-"IL. TROVATORE."

MONDAY, JUNE 19-"1L TROVATORE." TUESDAY, JUNE 20-"LA TRAVHTA." MATINEE, JUNE 21-"IL TROVATORE."

WEDNESDAY, June 21-"LA TRAVIATA."

I THURSDAY, JUNE 22-t'OAVAI.LERIA RUSTI I CANA" and "I PAGI.1ACCI."

, FRIDAY, JUNE 23-"CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA"

and "I PAGI.IACC1."

Despite the Enormous Expense Entailed in the Production of Grand Opera, Jlr. MARLO»V hal de- cided to keep the Prices ol Admission within the Reach of All, vi-.:

DRESS CIRCLE. SIX SHILLINGS. FRONT STALLS. SIX SHILLINGS.

BACK STALLS. FOUR SHILLINGS. JAMILY CIRCLE. T»VO SHILLINGS.

THE BOX-PLAN »VILL HE OPENED AT THE

PIANOLA ON »VE11NESDAY NEXT, JUNE :

BOOKED SPJITS, 0/.

HE KING'S THEATRE.

T

BOX-OFFICE ARIIANOEMENTS :

THE BOX-1'LANS FOR CHARLES GAR»*10E'S NEW AXGLO-AUSTHALIAN COMEDY-DRAMA.

"JUST A GIRL,"

on view at Allan's until 12 o'clock. After that hour scats may lie rosen ed nt the Stage Door of Theatre._

.'JUST A G 1 R Ia."

HOLIDAY MATINEE MONDAY.

MATINEE. I I MATINEE. MATINHK. JUST MATINFJ!. MATINEE. A MATINEE.

MATINEE. I GIRL | MATINEE.

HOLIDAY MATINEE MONDAY,

"JUST A GIRU"

T

HE KING'S THEATRE.

POPULAR PRICES.-3/, 21, Mil 1/. -Ml» Doora, N. extra. On Saturday« and Holidays 1/ extra. BOX-PLAN AT ALLAN'S.

AN ANGLO-AUSTRALIAN PLAY,

FOR THE FIRST TIME IN AUSTRALIA, TO-NlaiIT (SATURDAY), TO-NIGHT,

And Eiery Eicnlng, at 8,

CHARLES QAIIYIC-'S

"JUST A GIRL," "JUST. A GIRL," "JUST A GIRL," "JUST A aiRL,"

A dramatisation, in 4 acts, of Charles Can-ice's

Famous Xoicl of the saine name. GREAT CAST Ol' CHAHACTE-3:

I-rd Trafford.Mr. GUY HASTINGS. Lord Norman Druce .. Mr. RICHARD I1ELLAIRS. 'Hie Duke of Bclfayro. Mr. J, II. NUNN. Lord Schoinc.Mr. ARTHUR BERTRAM. Mr. Pinchack (a lawyer) .... Mr. H M. KEON. Varley Howard (a gambler).

.Mr. GEORGE BRYANT. McGrnth (of Hie Eldorado Pub). ,

.Mr. EDMUND DUGGAN. Sandv.Mr. JEFF »11LLIAMS.

Jack" Finlay.Mr. FRED MACDONALD. Tally.Mr. J. J. LENNON. Bob.Mr. BERESFORD KOW'LER. Billy.Mr. ARTHUR ROSS.

(Miners.)

Penman (tutor).Mr, »VILLTE DRISCOLL. James (footman).Mr. NORMAN LEE. John (servant).Mr. SA- EI.LERTON. l*smcralda .. .. Miss CLARICE HARDWICKE.

(The pride of the camp.)

Ladv M'yndover .. .. Miss MAGGIE KNIGHT. Lady Aila Lancing .. .. Miss LILIAS ADESON. Mrs. Maguire.Ml- ALFREDA BEVAN. Polly Parker.Miss LAURA ROBERTS.

(Maid io }*smeralda.)

ACT I._-Tnrec Star Camp (a gold-mining camp in the Interior of Western Australia).

ACT li.-Scene 1-Morning Room at Lady Wyn dover'», London »)'. (The curtain will be louenxi for one minute between scenes 1 and 2.) Scene 3-Lawn at Belfayrc.

ACT III.-Hall at Bclfayre Castle.

ACT IV.-Back at Three Star Camp.

NEW and MAGNIFICENT SCENERY by

JOHN ROWELL.

Play produced by George Bryant

-,

a

ASSEMBLY. HAL

Collins Street (Opposite The Auditorium).

TO-DAY, at 2.30. TO-DAY, at 2.30.

EXTRA MATINEE RECITAL.

FINAL APP-AHA-CE OF THr.

BRILLIANT RUSSIAN VIOLINIST,

S E L I ti S K Y. SELINSKY. SE-INSKY. B E _ I N S K. Y. SELINSKY. 8-.IK9EÏ. THIS AtTERNOON

MONS. SELINSKY will Play

Sonata for Violin and Pianoforte No. 1..Beethoven Air on'G String.%.Bach Pavnnne. .. Couperin-Krclslcr Nocturne, Op. 72.Uhopin-Aucr

Gipsy Dance. .. Nachcj* Ballade and Polonaise.Vicuxtc-ps

ELSY TRFAVEEK, Soprano.

FRANK ST. LEGER, Accompanist.

Reserved Seats, 5/; Unreserved, 3/ and 2/.

Plan and Dav Sales at Allan's. Day Sales at Auditorium Sweet Store.

Direction.J. and N. TAIT.

VTUIE BIRTH OF A NATION." at the AUDI X TORIU.M, Commencing THIS AFTERNOON.

LENFERRIE THEATRE. THIS AFTERNOON, 2.30; TO-NIGHT, 8. The Great Feature Programme, Including TUB DESTRUCTION OF CARTHAGE, THE DESTRUCTION OF CARTHAGE,

A .-act classic by Cmcs Co., the producers of

Quo Vadis.

TYRONE PO»VER, the Eminent American Actor, in

ARIS10CRAGT, ARISTOCRACY,

A 5-act dramatic study of society and its shams.

Mdmc. OLGA PETROVA in

MY MADONNA, MY MADONNA,

A 3-act plcturisation of R. »V. Senicc's lerscs,

"The Spell of the Yukon," _c.

Tile Finest Programme Kier Screened.

Book Your Scats. Telephone Manager, 802, or

2100 Ha».

Commencing Monday Next, at the Holiday

Matinee, 2.30.

MARY PICKFORD, In MARY PICKFORD, m

A GIRL OF YESTERDAY. A GIRL OF YESTBRDA-. Commencing Thursday Next,

ROSEMARY (Metro Feature), ROSEMARY (Metro Feature),

And

THE HERMIT OF BIRD ISLAND. THE HERMIT OF BIRD 1SHND.

Od., 1/, 1/0. Seats Booked, Tel. .62, or 2100 Haw.

'»mun BIRTH OF A NATION."' at the AUDT

J. TOIHUM. Commencing THIS AFTERNOON*.

Ü _ AP BAY EXCURSIONS.

PORTARLINGTON and GEELONG.

S.S. "EDINA" Leave. No. 1 Queen's »\'hari

TO-MORROW (SUNDA»', 1th ILNE), at 11 anl.

MONDAY NEXT, Oth JUNE (King's Birthday),

at 10 a.m.

Fares-RETURN, 2/0; SINGLE, 1/6.

AUSTRALIAN STEAMSHIPS LIMITED

LE »GUI OF VICTORIA.

Under the Patronage and in Hie Presence of Their

Excellencies the Goiertior General and Hie fioier nor of Victoria mid Millic.

PATRlUTlf KNTKRTtlN'MKNT.

- TABLE... X. de.

MUSIC b) 1'1I.ST-CL__ ARTISTS.

U ».SONIC IHI.L,

7th and 81- JUNE, B p.m.

Box-plan at Allan's. 0/ (reserved) and 3/.

c V

AMUSEMENTS. I

"gO LONG, LETTf.j

HOLIDAY MATINEE on MOKDAY

(King's Birthday).

JJER MAJESTY'«

_ ,

Sole Proprietors .. .. J, C. WILLIAMSON' Lrtt

Managing Directors: 1

Messrs. Geo. Tallis, Hugh J. Ward, Clyde Mentli

General Manager: T. Darbybhlrc.

-"SO LONG, LETTY."_ ?-"SO LONG, LETTY "_. ?-"SO LONG, LETTY',"-_

Commences To-night it»

SEVENTH WEEK

i . O' j DEFYING THE DUMPS and CHASING GL00-,

ITS CROWDED WITH GAIETY. LOOK AT THE FEATURES: TIIE GLORIOUS BATHING GIRLS,

THE PINK AND GOLD MALLET. THE MAGIC MELODY. 1 HE JELLY ROLL. '

HERE COME THE MARRIED MEN". THE STIRRING MARCH SOSGS. THE MATRIMONIAL MIXUP.

LOVE IN TWIN BUNGALOWS. ON THE BEAUTIFUL BEACH. THE FOX TROT

THE ROLLICKING RAGTIMES. HIE LADDER OF ROSES.

And There Are Others.

WHEN YOU SEE "SO LONG, LETTY" Tlie cares that Infest the dav,

Just (old their tents like the'Arabs, And make a quick get-away.

ITS HOLIDAY TIME ALL THE TIME AT

HER MAJESTY'S. *

Box-plan at Allan's, Menzies', Grand, Oricalif Day Sale at Her Majeslv's Confectioner*;, i» Theatre Building. Prices as usual. Clillilrto ia arm» NOT Admitted. HOLIDAY ROOKING...... pinn for MONDAY'S Performantes, Afternoon id [Evening, will be on View in the Theatre Office*

I Monday, from 10 a.m._ li

I "."I -II! BIRTH OF A NATION" at the AIDÉ ! X TOIHUM, Commencing THIS AFTEIPiOOV. milE JENNIE BRENAN SCHOOL of GRACE -3 J- DANCING, Seoiirflcld Chambers, 183 ('.III« st. Children's Clashes in all suburbs, for liney anil Ballroom Dancing. Ballet Cl«.«; all ilj latest Ballroom Dances. Private Tuition bj- an. polntnv-nt. Schools and Colltges Visited. Fa jiarticnlars by letter to Mita Brenan, lier Malatvï Theatre._'. SO LO N ä, LETTT,

GREAT SONG HITS. ', SHELTERING PALMS (Dorothy Brunton). Í GOOD-llVE AND GOOD LUCK (Dorothy Dnintoní

EVERYBODY RAG WITH ME (Mam katon). ' DEAR OLD FIGHTING BOYS (Marie Eaton).,

BY HECK, FOX TROT.

Danced by Daisy and Sydney Yatei. _. And all other numbers introduced In the r_o«,v

Come in and hear them played beforn

purchasing.

PRICES, 2/ each; posted 2/1.

LOËI1KL and Co., Royal Arcad;.

A U D 1 T O R I u ]

Direction .... J. C. WILLIAMSON" LTD. And TWICE DAILY Till FRIDAY NIORT.

t J. C. WILLIAMSON LTD. Presentí

D'. VV. GRIFFJTIIS'S MIGHT)" DKAMAHO

SPECTACLE,

' 'THE BIRTH OF A NATION*'."

"THE BIRTH OF A NATION." . "THE BIRTH Or A NATION."

'THE BIRTH OF A NATION."

"THE SENSATION OF MELBOURNE."

"THE BIRTH Or A NATION"

Is Now Being Presented in

AUSTRALIA, ENGLAND, AMERICA, CANADA, BRAZIL,

And the ARGEN'TINE.

ITS APPEAL IS WORLD-WIDE.

A PRODUCTION OF AWE-LNSPIRIKG

GRANDEUR,

That HOLDS YOU SPELLBOUND, and TOUClIfl

EVERY EMOTION.

IMPORTANT.

"THE BIRTH OF A NATION" »ill NOT at uj lime be Shown in the Suburbs.

Plan at Allan's. Prices.-3/, 21, V. Childrea and Soldiers in Uniform Half-price. On MOND H (King's Birthday) the Plan for the Altino« and Evening Performances will be on Vic« in ti» Vestibule, THEATRE ROYAL, Bourke street, fron 10 a.m. _

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