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AMUSEMENTS. AN ARRAY OF ATTRACTIONS UNEQUALLED ANYWHERE. READ THEM FOR YOURSELF! Direction: - Majestic —■ — ajestic TIfAJESTIC Majestic Majestic ajestic - Fuller-Hay ward Theatres. MiSIl A? 2.30. FULL ORCHESTRAL SESSION AND MUSICAL INTERLUDE. Sessions: 11.15, 1.0,' 2.80, 4.30, 6 and 8. High above the heads of the vast audience the daring trapeze girl swung. Then came "the accident" and a gasp of horror arose as the ropes gave way and she was precipitated into the lions' den below. Then before those feasome beasts a man risked death for the girl he loved. THE HE " THE " THE " THE " THE DEVIL'S fIIRCUS." EVIL'S v^IRCUS." DEVIL'S CIRCUS." DEVIL'S CIRCUS." DEVIL'S CIRCUS." DEVIL'S CIRCUS." An Absorbing story of Circus Folk ajid what happens behind the seenee. With NORMA SHEARER. NORMA SHEARER, NORMA SHEARER. NORMA SHEARER. Who Performs Astounding Acrobatic Feats on a Trapeze. CHARLES EMMETT MACK CHARLES EMMETT MACK And CARMEL MYERS. CARMEL MYERS. The Biggest Circus Ever Screened—Amazing Collection of Wild Animals, and Trapeze Acrobats—Beauty Ballet of .100 Girls. Also Screening: N.Z. SCENIC - " 'MIDST THE PEAKS." A Review of the Southern Alps, whicn EloQuently Demonstrates the Supreme Beauty of the Dominion. MAJESTIC NEWS TOPICAL. PICTORIAL REVIEW - - - - INTEREST. GO-GETTER COMEDY. " A KICK FOR CINDERELLA." At Evening Sessions. ADDITIONAL ATTRACTIONS. In an Effective Stage Setting with Brilliant Lighting Effects. A MUSICAL T7ANTASY, A Musical x 1 antasy, Featuring "Liebestraum" (Liszt). "Serenade" (Gounod). The Dreamer, Mr. Engel ('Cellist). The Girl. Miss Christina Ormiston (Soprano). Special Orchestral Item. "A DARKEY'S DREAMLAND." "A DARKEY'S DREAMLAND." (American Fantasia). By All qoloists' orchestra, ll Soloists- vJrchestra. N.Z.'s Largest Picture Band. Overture: " The Barber of Seville." (Rossini). » * * » Book Your Seats Now. Prices: la to 3s Bd. Box Plan at Theatre. Phone 43-210. Children Half-Price at All Times. T~T ATE W 7EALAND QTRAND rpHEATRE. OTRAND IHEATRE. riRAND fIONCERT AND T ECTURE. Vjrand Concert and Juecture. PROGRAMME: Orchestral Selections, 7 to 7.30 p.m. SPEAKER, Ml O. McBIS! SUBJECT: Money dower. ONEY Jl OWER. CHAIRMAN, MR. R. F. BARTER. 1. Soprano Solo: Love the Pedlar. MISS BEATRICE THOMAS. (London Operatic Soprano). 2. Tenor Solo: Lilac Time. MR. WRIGHT. 8. Soprano Solo: Break O' Day. MISS EMBLING (Lyric Soprano). 4. Contralto Solo: Sink Red Sim (by Riego) MISS LAURA STONE. (N.Z.'s Own Contralto). 5. Soprano Solo: Waltz Song from Tom Jones. MISS BEATRICE THOMAS. 6. Contralto Solo;- My Ships (Barrett). MISS LAURA STONE. At the Piano: MR'. JAMES HUTTON. Musical Programme arranged by Mrs. A. J. DREAVER. Silver Collection to Defray Expenses. W. S. MOXSOM. Secretary L.R.C. REV. LIONEL B. FLETCHER, In the Majesio Theatre, On SUNDAY NIGHT, 6.45. "A FIGHT WITH A LION." DANCING. END ROWING CLUB (R'egd.). TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. The Committee of the West End Rowing Club wish to remind their members and friends they are holding their fortniehtly Dance at the " Holly " Tea Rooms (above „ K'K.J' Boot Store). Karangahape Road, TO-NIGHT (Saturday), instead of at the Masonic Hall. Jazz. 8-11 p.m. A 1 Clark's Orchestra. DELTA THEATRE. NEW LYNN (On the Great North Road). GRAND OPENING LONG NIGHT DANCE.—This new Theatre, which was opened last Wednesday, has the finest Matai Dance Floor in the Province. Come along and test it. Decorations. Balloons ConChocolates. Cigarettes. Spot Lights, wireless Tteros and otlier novelties. Gentlemen. 3s. Ladies. 2s 6d. Double Ticket. ss. Join the Merry Throne and Come Along the Concrete Road to the Delta on MONDAY NIGHT. Bus to take you back arranged. BALL. The Returned Soldiers' ■ Association's SECOND ANNUAL BALL Will be held in the MASONIC HALL. PRINCES STREET, ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 3. Tickets: Double. 7s Gd; Gentlemen, 5sLadies, 3s. Obtainable at the R.S.A. Office, Chatfield Chambers, Customs Street East or from members of the Committee Cnaperones, Miss. H. Hav. Mrs F L Jaunay. Evening Dress Optional. E. H. SHARP, QRIENTAL RENDEZVOUS. MANGERE BRIDGE. SELECT CABARET. WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS 8 to 11 P.M. GOOD ORCHESTRA. PHONE 12-445. • Double Ticket sa. Good Motor Road. Weddings and Private Parties Catered For. ATHLETICS. N EW Z EALAXD A THLETIO ASSOCIATION. DOMINION CROSS-COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIP MEETING. SATURDAY, SEPT. i, 1926, 2.30 P.M. ALEXANDRA PARK, EPSOM (By Kind Permission of Auckland T.C.). PROGRAMME: N.Z. Cross-Country Championship, 10.000 metres (6i miles). 1 Two Miles Steeplechase Handicap. 100 Yards Handicap. 75 Yards Ladies' Handicap. High Jump Handicap. 120 Yards Hurdles Handicap. One Mile Cycle Handicap. Two Miles Cycle Handicap. Five Miles Cycle Handicap. Nominations close SATURDAY, August 21, noou. Championship, 10s per team, 5s individual; Ladies. Is; other events 28. Tenders for Programme . Riehts (accompanied by cheque), close on TUESDAY next, August S, at 5 p.m. L. A. TRACEY, Hon, Sec... N.Z.A.A.A., WM. MORTON, Hon. Sec., Auckland Centre, N.Z.A.A.A., 32, Albert Street. pOME . WITH THE CROWD To the Majefiic Theatre on SUNDAY NIGHT. 6.45. REV. LIONEL B. FLETCHER PREACHING. I

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Page 18 Advertisements Column 6 New Zealand Herald, Volume LXIII, Issue 19394, 31 July 1926

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