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AMUSEMENTS. EMPRESS STALLS, 9d. CIRCLE, 1/. WHY PAY MORE? Patronise the Theatre that Does NOT Raise its Prices on SATURDAY Nights. EMPRESS, NEWTON. TO-NIGHT, AT 7.30. Empress. 2 — Splendid Features — 2 Empress. A DOLPHE I\/f ENJOU Empress. -"-■-ENJOU Empress. KATHRYN CARVER Empress. In Empress. " SERENADE." Empress. " Empress. Menjou, the perfect lover; winEmpress. ning one girl, forgetting her for Empress. Another. A love story—mellow Empress. as a 'cello. Empress. Empress. Also, Empress. HARRISON FORD, Empress. PHYLLIS HAVER, Empress. In Empress. " "VT O /"IONTROL." Empress. " O I 'ONTROL." Empress. Don't lose your head, when you Empress. see this Roaring Comedy. Empress. It's a Merry Mixture of Circus Empress. Life, a Roaring Lion and a Empress. Thrilling Race Scene. Empress. Empress. Music by Empress Orchestra. Empress. STALLS, 9D. CIRCLE, 1/. Empress. Reserves at Bon Ton, or Empress. 'Phone 27-077. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. STAR <> STAR '| STAR A STAR PROGRAMME. | First Screening in New Zealand. NO. I—TOM MIX'S LATEST. TOM MIX TOM MIX TOM JVJX IN "DAREDEVIL'S ~EWARD." "DAREDEVIL'S REWARD." "DAREDEVIL'S REWAKD." (Great Western Drama in Six Parts.) NO. 2— George EORGE " -DRIEN T7IDMUND T OWE £UDMUND -"OWE In the Funniest Comedy ever made (Seven Parts). It's a Riot of Laughs from Start to Finish. "IS Z/T "IS ZAT SO." "IS ZAT SO." Also, GREAT SUPPORTING PROGRAMME. SESSIONS, 5 AND 8. 800 SEATS, 1/, 1/, 1/. CHILDREN, 6d, 6d, 6d. HIPPODROME TO-NIGHT. WEST EN D. STALLS, OD. CIRCLE, 1/. WHY PAY MORE? Patronise the Theatre that Does NOT Raise its Prices on SATURDAY Nights. — WEST END — THEATRE, PONSONBY ROAD. TO-NIGHT, AT 7.45. West End. 2 — GREAT FEATURES — 2 West End. You'll Like This Programme West End. VIOLA DANA West End * In West End. "THAT CERTAIN THING" West End " THAT CERTAIN THING." West End. A Sparkling Comedy. West End. A Continuous Uproar. West End. West End. Fox Films Present West End. GEORGE SIDNEY. West End. SAMMY COHEN West End. I n West End. "TIIE AUCTIONEER." West End. "THE AUCTIONEER." West End. Here's a Great Combination: West End. A Dutchman versus a Jew. West End. Imagine the Lauirlis. West End. W]est End. STALLS, OD. CIRCLE 1/. West End. Reserves As Usual. By Special Permission of A NDREW'S gOCIETY Presents the Delightful Scottish Comedy. BUNTY T>ULLS TIIE QTRINGS," UNTY Jr ULLS THE BY GRAHAM MOFFATT. CONCERT pHAMBER, rpoWN TTALL, oncert Chamber, J- own JJ-all, AT 8 P.M. COMMENCING WEDNESDAY \TKXT, TULY C)>X EDNESDAY -i-N E xt. ULY —*>• FOR FOUR NIGHTS ONLY. A faithful delineation of Scottish life and character 60 years ago, alive with humour and heart interest and interpreted by a brilliant cast of some of Auckland's leading amateurs. Producer KENNETH BRAMPTON Stage Manager J. HOWIE Act 1. PARLOUR OF TAMMAS BIGGAR'S HOUSE. Act 2. OUTSIDE LINTIE lIAUGH CHURCH. Act 3. PARLOUR OF TAMMAS BIGGAIt'S HOUSE. CAST. Bunty Lillian Lugton Susie Peggy Hovey Eelien Jessie Barr Teenie Flora Shenkin Tammas J. D. Swan Wellum' Tom Johnstone Rab E. E. Addis Jeems G. G. Spicer And Policeman, Shepherd, and other Church-goers. Special attention has been given to the mounting and dressing, and the crinolines of the period should prove very diverting to the present generation. Music supplied by the St. Andrew's Society Orchestra, nnder C. C. Overbye. PRICES : 4/, 3/, and 2/ (no tax). Plans Now Open at Lewis Eady, Ltd., where seats (except 2/) may be booked free, and extra tickets obtained. Everyone—Scottish and otherwise—will love the story of " Bunty Pulls the Strings," so hurry up and book. M. M. MII.LIKEN, President. 21 D. McLAREN, Hon. Secretary. CONCERT CHAMBER, TOWN HALL. rpO-NIGHT — AT S — rpO-NIGHT. MISS BEATRICE ELLIOTT MISS BEATRICE ELLIOTT. MISS BEATRICE ELLIOTT. (DRAMATIC SOPRANO.) PROGRAMME FOR TO-NIGHT'S RECITAL. God Save The King. Accompanist, MR. LEO. WIIITTAKER. 'Cello Solo, "Chanson Louis XIII." (Couperin) MISS MOLLY WRIGHT. "Dormi O Bella" (Bassani) "Scherzo" (Respiglir) "Stornellatrice" (Respighi) "O mio Babbino Caro (from "Gianni Sehicci") (Puccini) MISS BEATRICE ELLIOTT. "Cradle Song" (Fritz Kreisler) (With 'Cello Obligato, by Miss Molly Wright.) MISS BEATRICE ELLIOTT. Interval. 'Cello Solos, (a) "Andantino" (MartiniKreisler). (b) "Tarantelle" (Popper). MISS MOLLY WRIGHT. "Le Miroir" (Ferrari) "J'ai pleure en reve" .... (Georges HueJ "Chanson Triste" (Duparc) "Mandoline" (Debussy) "Go Lovely Rose" (Roger Quilter) "O Men From the Fields " (Hubert Hughes) "May Day Carols" (Deems Taylor) "The Sleep That Flits on Baby's Eyes" (Carpenter) MISS BEATRICE ELLIOTT. Direction CLYM EDGARES Book Seats at Lewis Eady, Ltd.. no extra charge. Prices : 5/, 3/6, 2/. No Tax. 21 A DELPHI THEATRE. GREY LYNN. TO-NIGHT AT 7.35 A.M. ADELPHI. ERNEST TORRANCE and ADELPHI. WILLIAM COLLIER. JUN., in ADELPHI. "THE RAINMAKER." ADELPHI. Sparkling With Delightful ADELPHi. Situations. A Great Racing . ADELPHI. Picture. Also. - ADELPHI. FLORENCE YIDOR in ' ADELPHI. "HONEYMOON HATE." ? ADELPHI. Comedy News, i ADELPHI. Reserves 'Phone 27-235.

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Page 22 Advertisements Column 5, Auckland Star, Volume LIX, Issue 171, 21 July 1928

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