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ERTERTAINMlEHTS. HUXHAM'S SERENADERS. -At Olympia last .night another crowded house greeted the Serenaders. On Friday night a complete change of programme will be presented. including a fine vocal arrange ment of Mascasni's "Ave Maric" by the full company, and a number of novelties. The box plan is at Nicholson's. SHAFTESBURY THEATRE. Cole's Bohemian Dramatic Company will present "Meg of Go den Heart" agabin to night ands until Friday. On Saturaay '"T'a Octoroon " -the ccmpamnon play to "Uncle Tom's Cabin,"! wiil -receive -its initial pm sentation: Seats may be booked at Spigrs. VAUDEVILLE. Melrose Theatre:-The new programme at the Melrose Theatre again proved its popu. larity lest might, when presented to a large audience. The bill includes all the old iavdurites, with the Third part of Courtney Ford's ndvelty "Punchinellos" as a, finale. The booking is at. the theatre all day. PICTURE THEATRES.' Theatre Royal.-Still drawing large and appreciative audiences is Norn?a Talmadge in her latest drama "'The Way of a Woman.' On Saturday next "Woman and Wife," a film tersion of. Charlotte Broate's famous classic "Jane Eyre," will be submitted, with Alice Brady as Jane Eyre and Elliot Dex ter as Edward Rochester.. Grand Theatre-At this theatre to-day are :'Such. a Little Pirate." etarrine Lila Lee. and Wallace Reid in "The Man From Funeral Range." On Saturday } "Stella Maris," featuring Mary Pickford, will ap pear, together with Fatty Arbuckle in "The Sheriff." Princess, Fremautle.--Today there is a change of programme, comprising Mary 'files Minter in "A Bachelor's Wife,". the 9th Episede of Houd;ni. comedy and gezette. . Palladium, Fremantle.-There is a new programme to-day. at the heed- of which 'is Elsie Ferguson in "The Lie." There ace alo a new comedy "travelogue," and gazette. Pavilion Theatre.-For. the last time to day Earle Williams is listed in 'The Hornet's Nest." To-morrow a new British production entitled "The Hanging Judge,' and Enisode 10 of Houdini will be shown... Pelladium,. Perth.-H. B; Warner ap pears for the last time to-day in "'The Man : Who Turned White.". Tomorrow there will be a.change of- programme- with Hale Hamilton in the new Metro. romance "Full of. Pop" .. :. Lyceum. Mount Lawley.--To-night, at 3 o'clock, Elde' Ferguson will star ia. "Rose of the World,". and: John Barrymore in "On the. Quiet." There .will also be new music by the Lyceum Orchestra under.-ir H. Betteridge _ Seats may be booked a the Bluebird Sweet Shop .. On Monday there will. be a-fine programme of picture, music, :and- vocal items by the committee of' the Foundlin., Home Appeal.. ":Perth Majestic.-"Under the Yoke" will be 'screened for. the.last time today. Theoe Bara" is the star of this production. Majestic, : Fremantle.--"Paid .In Ad vance,' a drama of the.Yukon,:is the-prin ripal .feature in- today's - bill... Dorothy Phillips has. the leading role. ?. At Empire SPictures,'Leederville, to-night. Earle Williams and Anita' Stewart will ap. pear in 'TFrom Feadqouarters." At .the" North Perth- Empire Pictures to night, Dorothy Gish ,will appear in "Bat. thlin iJane." The supportin, star is en titled "Blackbirds.' , -SCELLANEOUS. Miss Ethel.Philp, assisted byh -her talented entertainers;: will -present "Beauty and the Beast" pantomime at His Majesty's Theatre on Saturday. and 'Monday n?et. The box plan is now open at .Nicholson's,- where ?e?tse may be- booked'-- without extra charge. . , SMcMahon' Concert Band will open- its summer evening concerts -in the Govern ment Gardens next. Sunday evening. Se lections, from• :toe "Bohemia,. Girl".. and "'ifaritana". will. be included in the- pro ramme: Mr. 'Hugh MeMahon will contri bute the - brilliant. cornet:, solo, ."Silver Showers." , Miss Doris Deary ,and ,Mr. Ja"k Stephens eare,tae -seistinz vocalists. It .isannounced: that, .for a bright, clean entertainment, in aid of a good cause, amxusemente seekers snoul, zeserve.seats for Sunday evening at His Majesty's Theatre. RIVERSDALE MUSICAL SOCIETY The public hall at Riversdale was filled on the occasion of a concert recently given by the local musical society in aid of the     building fund. Under the baton of Mr. H. A. Devenish the society capably rendered several well chosen selections. Miss Hilda? Devenish, L.A.B., Mrs. Ryding, Mr. and Miss Lathwell, Miss Lurlyne Mill, Mr. Frank Boyd, Miss Duncan, Miss G. King, istsln.a. u e1.-'s el t -adiman. bliss Mas jorie Dunean, -Mnr.A. A.Harvey. Mfiss Binks, and .Mr. Lathwell also contributed to the entertainment.