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mOWN HALL TOWN HALL (CONCERT CHAMBER). Direotion "John Hopkins. Business Manager Kennedy Black TO-NIGHT! At 8. TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! At 8. TO-NIGHT I And Every Evening. THOSE MERRY PEOPLE, Mr. Edward Branscombe's Apostles of Pleasure, THE SCARLET TROUBADOURS! THE SCARLET TROUBADOURS! THE SCARLET TROUBADOURS! THE SCARLET TROUBADOURS! Why worry and grizzle because it is wet, Your fit of depression you'll quickly forgot; Hurry home, help the wife, and run with your might To see tho fine show at the Town Hall Td-night. Same old monotonous conclusion! PRICES—3s, 2s, Is. Plus Tax. ' Plan at The Bristol. Seats may be reserved by 'phone until 8 p.m. Ring up City 65. PEOPLE'S PICTURE PALACE. EOPLE'S PICTURE PALACE. LAST DAY! "THE SON OF HIS FATHER!" Hits the High Spots of Romance. Thrills, Inspiration, and Suspense. A Dazzling Climax. Featuring CHARLES RAY. • COMING SATURDAY: "THE ENEMY WITHIN." . Don't Miss Australia's Greatest Feature. ■pEOPLE'S PICTURE PALACE. "THE ENEMY WITHIN," By arrangement with W. A. Low COMMENCING TO-MORROW (SATURDAY), at 2 p.m. "THE ENEMY WITHIN," "THE ENEMY WITHIN," "THE ENEMY WITHIN," "THE ENEMY WITHIN," "THE ENEMY WITHIN," "THE ENEMY WITHIN," "THE ENEMY WITHIN," . Featuring REG. (SNOWY) BAKER, REG. (SNOWY) BAKER, REG. (SNOWY) BAKER, REG. (SNOWY) BAKER, Australia's Champion Athlete, as JACK AIRLIE, who fought single-handed and defeated German Spies who were responsible for the sinking of the Cumberland, the Port Kembla, and the Wimmera. Seven Acts that teem with thrills and sensation never equalled. : See tho 80ft c-.-e, 300 ft climb down the cliffs. The leap from a flying motor. And the fight that stands a classic of Motion Pictures. A Special Orchestra will'play appropriate music. ',-, Saturday-Prices: D.C.', 2s; Stalls, 1. Children Half-price da£ sessions only. Plus the bit for Joe and Bill. BRITANNIA THEATRE. RITANNIA THEATRE. JACK PICKFORD JACK PICKFORD JACK PICKFORD . In ' "THE SPIRIT OF '17," "THE SPIRIT OF '17," "THE SPIRIT OF '17," A Drama of Love —the story of a young American's plucky fight against tho enemies of his country. And of Love guiding- the Destiny of a Brave «Boy. A SCREAMING MAX SENNETT. THE CROWN THEATRE. HE ■■' CROWN THEATRE. LAST NIGHT At LAST NIGHT LAST MGHT 8 o'clock. LAST NIGHT Popular Plays and Players present MME. PETROVA The Great MME. PETROVA Emotional MME. PETROVA Actress In a 5-Act''Metro Photoplay, "THE ETERNAL QUESTION!" "THE ETERNAL QUESTION!" "THE ETERNAL QUESTION!" A Stirring Drama of Life of To-day. Compiete Change of Programme Complete Change of Programme TO-MORROW (SATURDAY). ■ Special Matinee at 2.30 p.m. Special Matinee at 2.30 p.m. SHORTT'S THEATRE. HORTT'S THEATRE. TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! Is the Last Night Of that Magnificent Feature de Luxe, "THF LIGHT WITHIN!" "THE LIGHT WITHIN!" Commenoing TO-MORROW (SATURDAY), A Five-act Metro All-Star Play, Exquisite EMMY WHELEN, EMMY WHELEN, ,EMMY WHELEN, Who is famous throughout the world for her Wonderful Acting and Exquisite Gowns, In "THE SHELL GAME!" "THE SHELL GAME !" "THE SHELL GAME!" A Picture full of Romance, Action, and Jollity. Supported by Episode 15 Of that Great Eighteen-part Serial — "THE GREAT SECRET!" Extra Pictures on Saturday Afternoon. ILBJRNIF. HALL, TO-MORROW (SATURDAY) NIGBT. GRAND MISCELLANEOUS CONCERT Under the Patronage of His Worship tho Mayor (J. P. Luke, Esq.. M.P., OM.GJ, and Mrs. Luke. Dr. Newman, M.P., and R. A. Wright, Esq.. M.P. Items by Some of tho Best Talent of tho City. Vocal. Instrumental, Eloouticrary, Dramatic, and Artistic Dancing. Proceeds in aid of Camp Entertainment Fund. Tickets Is. Pia.no kindly lent by Bristol Piano Co. MRS. COLERIDGE, Hon. Sec. MRS. DARROOH, Treasurer. ALEXANDRA HALL, Abel Smith-street. /T\HE Gaiety Assembly is stiU going 'X strong on a Friday, night. Ladies, 6d; Gents., Is. Music by Mr. C. Murfitt. M.C., Mr. A. C. Leonard. Don't forgot the Kia Ora Assembly on » Tuesday night. A, G. LEONARD, Secretary.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Post, Volume XCVI, Issue 35, 9 August 1918

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