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AMUSEMENTS

?-SPECIAL MATINEE TO-DAY (SATURDAY), AT 2 P.M. .'

ROYAL - "NO, NO, NANETTE" - NOW!

NIGHTLY AT 8. MATINEES TO-DAY (SAT.) and WEDNESDAY AT 2 P.M.

J. C. Williamson Theatres Ltd. present an up-to-the-minute 1047 Production of

"NO, NO. NANETTE"

With an Important Cast of Favourites, including / CHARLES NORMAN-PAT KEATING-FRED MURRAY.

Together «Ith Company of 100 Principals. Chorus, and Ballet

Box Plans fer D.C. and R.S. at Nicholson's and Cahlll's. Balcony Tickets available Cahlll's only. Booking 6 days In advance. Children halt-price matinees only-child- ren in arms not admitted._'_._ Direction' Tivoli Circuit Australia Pty. Ltd. David N. Martin. Managing Director.

TIVOLI - Last 7 Days, GEORGE FORMBY

in "lt's Turned Out Nice Again!" Twice Nightly, 5.50 and 8.30

MATINEE TO-DAY and WEDNESDAY. AT 2.IS P.M.

SAME SHOW AT EVERY PERFORMANCE. _ . " .

BOX PLANS: Tivoli theatre (M6335), Paling's, Nicholson's, from 9 a.m. dally, six dayS700aseaats!:eincludlng Family Circle, at 2/. plus tax (1/6 at Wednesday Matinees),

at doors for every performance.

Commencing MONDAY, 17th November

Twice Nightly, 5.50 and 0.30. Matinees, Weds, and Sals., 2,15 p.m.

COMPLETELY )NEW SHOW I

J with

GEORGE FORMBY

Never before In Australian Theatrical history has an artist been so overwhelmingly successful. In response to public demand, therefore. David N. Martin proudly announces that he has made arrangements for GEORGE FORMBY to appear In the Tivoli s new

show

"STARRY WAY"

The magnificent Musical Revue with a cast of new. International Theatrical Celebri- ties and GEORGE FORMBY tn an entirely new programme of songs and audience request numbers, plus GEORGE FORMBY with BERYL In one of George's most famous Music Hall Sketches heading a completely new show featuring

HELLER and RILEY. Musical Comedy Stars from U.S.A.; CY LANDRY. The Eccentric Laugh Dance Star from the Motion Picture "Rldln' High": FRENCHY MANNING. America's. Crazy Clowning Cowboy on a Tightrope; JOHNNY MACK, in an exciting and Unusual Modern Presentation. "Steam ls on the Beam":? PROFESSOR BAXTER. "Master of Mischief": CLAY and SULLIVAN, the Queens of Boloney; THE APOLLONS, Whirlwind Trampolinist*. .

Famous Tivoli Ballet . . The Tivoli Adorables

«nd '

Special Added Attraction, direct from an 18 weeks' record season at the Ches Pan

Chicago.

CABOT AND DRESDEN.

"A New Thrill In Dancing"-They will amaze you-they border on the unbelievable.

Box Plans for Gala Opening Performances on Monday. 17th November, open next Tuesday, Tivoli Theatre. Paling's, and Nicholson's, then dally thereafter B days in advance. _._

Nightly at 8 o'clock. Whitehall Productions presents. Matinees, Wed. and Sat., 2.15.

LYNDALL BARBOUR. HILDA SCURR In

MINERVA - "NO ROOM AT THE INN"

' with BEBE SCOTT.

Produced by JOHN SYKES.

Plans- Minerva. Paling's. Nicholson's. Hotel Australia. 'Phone. FAB141.

INDEPENDENT - "ALICE SIT-BY-THE-FIRE"

(North Sydney). A Comedy by J. M. Barrie.

A THERRY SOCIETY PRESENTATION.

TUESDAY, I 1 th NOVEMBER. AT 8 P.M.

Bookings. Nicholson's._Admission 3/.

INDEPENDENT: "THE LITTLE FOXES"

SPECIAL PERFORMANCE, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9

ADMISSION FREE. COLLECTION.

In Aid of Actors' Benevolent Fund.

INDEPENDENT - ^HE LITTLE FOXES"

(Nth. Sydney). Direction Doris Fitton. A Rcbcrt Quentin production.

EVERY THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AT 8.15 P.M.

Lillian Hellman's bitter study of business greed and rapacity In Alabama.

Plans: Theatre (XB271B). 10 a.m.-fi p.m.. Nicholson's, and Paling's._

Last time To-day at 2.30 o'clock of Servantes First Programme.

INDEPENDENT: THE CHILDREN'S THEATRE

TONY SERVANTO'S INTERNATIONAL PUPPET SHOW

Owing to the enthusiastic reception of the first prrgramme, Mr. Servaiv.o will present a new Show, starting Saturday Next. Puppet Play and Conjuring. XB2i 13.

NEW THEATRE: "DEEP ARE THE ROOTS"

LAST 2 PERFORMANCES.

EVERY FRIDAY, SATURDAY «nd SUNDAY AT 8.15 P.M.

167 Castlereagh Street. MA1720. Collection.

Watch for "PHYSICIAN IN SPITE OF HIMSELF," by Moliere._ AT SYDNEY RADIO THEATRE. 590 GEORGE ST. SATURDAY. NOV. 15. 2.30 P.M.

THE THEATRE FOR CHILDREN

Presents "THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES." "CATHERINE AND FREDERICK."

BOOK NOW AT RADIO THEATRE. M3652

OR PALING'S '6 DAYS AHEAD) Inquiries, ROSEMARIE BENJAMIN, BU5B4R.

SY15ÑÉY TOWN HALL - THURSDAY, 13 th NOVEMBER

THE ROYAL PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY OF SYDNEY.

Conductor: Livingstone C. Mote. M.A. Deputy Conductor. Dr. Ernest Toy,

present

"IL TROVATORE"

FULL CHOIR AND SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA,

Soloists: Gloria Read. Marlon Gormley. David Barwell. John Cameron. Lorenzo Nolan. Ronald Dowd.

Prices: 5.'. 4/ (no tax). Plan at Paling's. .."""

Concessions to parties and students._L. A. White. Hon. Sec. JA39B3.

TOWN HALL, NEXT MONDAY, 8 P.M.

Sydney Symphony Orchestra Eugene Goossens

Soloist: KAROLY SZENASSY (Violinist).

Prog Inc.: Overture, "Prince Igor" (Borodin). Concerto Nu. 1 lu D Major tor Violin and Orchestra (Paganini). Bolero (Ravel). Res. Prices: Ö7, 4/ (no tax). Box Plans at Nicholson's. Ruling's. Dir.: A.B.C. __

TOWN HALL, TO-MORROW AFTERNOON, AT 2.30

The Australian Broadcasting Commission and the Municipal Council ot Sydney present

Grand Organ' and Military Band Recital

A.B.C. Naitonal Military Band, conducted by STEPHEN YORKE. At the Organ: HOWARD POLLARD. Soloist: COLIN CHAPMAN (Baritone). All Members of Hie Public aro Invited. ADMISSION' FREE.

TOWN HALL, SATURDAY, 15th NOVEMBER, 8 P.M.

Sydney Symphony Orchestra Eugene Goossens

Soloist: LINDA PARKER (Soprano).

Prog. Inc.: Scheherazade (Rfmsky-Korsakov). "Depuis le .four" from "Louise" frh?rpçnticr). Micaela's Aria fiom "Carinen" (Bizet), Bridal March and Finale (Parry). Three Ceremonial Fanfares (Gcossens). Res.' Prices: 6/. 4/ (no tax). Box Pl».n< OPEN NOW al. Nicholson's. Paling's. Dir.: A.B.C._

SYDNEY TOWN HALL. TO-NIGHT, SATURDAY, NOV. 8, »t 8 .

FESTIVAL OF REMEMBRANCE

tinder the direction of United Returned Soldiers' Fund. Leading Artists: Misses Eleanor Houston. Shirley Wallwork. Peggy Maguire. Messrs. John Cameron. Ron Dowd. Nne\ Melvin. Noho Tokl. George Brown, Maynard Wilkinson. J. Brunton Gibb, Terence Hunt, and Warner Bacr, Eastern Command Band, N.S.W. Police Scotttsh Pipers,

Trumpeters, and Choir of 260 Voices.

SPECTACULAR FALL OF POPPY PETALS.

Limited number of tickets available af door. Price, 3/ each.

TOWN HALL. TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY ll, 12, NOV., 7.50 p.m.

LEGACY MUSICAL PAGEANT

H.Q. Eastern Command* Band (Lieut.D. E. Pearson), DANCES. GYMNASTICS, WEDNESDAY: Strclla Wilson. Peggy Maguire, Ron Dowd. Noel Melvin, ldwal Jenkins. Ivan Rixon, and Singers. Fred Lawson. Terence Hunt. Marte Van Hove. J. Brunton

Gibb. Production Manager. ?

ONLY A LIMITED NUMBER OF SEATS ON SALE TO-NIGHT AT DOOR. 7.P.M.

CONSERVATORIUM OPERA SEASON

HRST PERFORMANCE TO-NIGHT (SATURDAY) AT 8 O'CLOCK; also Tuesday, 11th Nov.. .8 p.m.; Thursday, 13th Nov.. 8 p.m.; saturday, lath Nov., 2.30 p.m.; Tues-

day, 18th Nov., B p.m.

Complete Stage Presentation of

"THE MAGIC FLUTE" (Mozart)

Under the Joint Direction of Florent Hoogatocl, Hilda Millikan, and Rotund Fester. Oa.«t Includes: Margaret Kerr. Ina Crouch. Vulda Bannah. Gloria Read. Joyce-Reed. Lorraine Davies. Nancv Buchanan. Jean Savage, Lilian Frith. Irene Gane. Nerissa Nlblo. George Tiley, Donald Graham, Ronald Bevan, William Gates, and Frank Lisle.

8 , 4/ (res.). and 2/. Plans ul i'ulln -'. ».

CONSERVATORIUM. MONDAY, 17th NOVEMBER. AT 8 P.M.

Bth CONCERT. Blh CONCt'RT.

MUSICA VIVA SOCIETY - LILI KRAUS

"Geister" Trio (BEETHOVEN). Sonnt u. in D Minor tor Plano nod Violin (BRAHMS), Tito in E Flat Major (SCHUBERT)

10 '. 7'6. 5/ (no tax). Pinn al Nicholson's irem wenoay, min nuvrmun, ?

CONSERVATORIUM-MONDAY, 1st DECEMBER, 8.15 p.m.

NEWTON GOODSON, Farewell Benefit CONCERT

Assisting Artists: ELEANOR HOUSTON (1947 Sun Aria Winner). GEORGE WHITE (Violinist) FRANK HUTCHENS (Pianist).

Accompanists: HILDA MAWBY. WERNER BAER.

Res. 5/. Plan Paling's. Mon., 24th Nov. Direction: Max J. . Aronsten._

CARILLON RECITAL, To-morrow Afternoon, 3.15

ALSO ON SUNDAY, 23RD NOVEMBER.

SYDNEY UNIVERSITY WAR MEMORIAL CARILLON

The Quadrangle will be oneil to Visitors and the Bells may be Inspected after the recital. Alight Derwent Street Gales._ G. DALE. Registrar._

PETERSHAM MUSICAL SOCIETY, Inaug. Í901

PRESENTS THE' MUSICAL COMEDY, "HIGH JINKS"

(by arrangement with J.CW.). In aid ol No. ll Div. Police Citizens' Boys' Club, at PETERSHAM TOWN HALL. Ts'ov. 11th. Plans at Paling's. George Street, and Police Bovs' Club. 2/ unreserved. 3,6 reserved. Ring Secretary. LAURIE LEVINE. Crnn. (ttl; or Sergeant WALSH, LM4050, _

THE ALBERT ORCHESTRA CLUB

SUBSCRIPTION: 12 MONTHS, JANUARY TO DECEMBER, £2.

S MONTHS. JULY TO DECEMBER.. 25'.

Subscriptions sent in NOW will bring you the Sensational Revival Hit "PEG O' MY HEART'-' "PEG O' MY HEART"

And 52 other Outstanding Dance Successes, Including "WYOMING." "I TIPPED MY HAT.'i "ANNIVERSARY SONG." Waltz and FOX-lrot. "ZIP-A-DEE-DOO-DAH." "MAM-SELLE." "TOO MANY IRONS IN THE FIRE." "I'LL CLOSE MY EYES,'" "THE OLD LAMPLIGHTER," "SONATA." "MANAGUA NICARAGUA." etc.. etc.

J. ALBERT and SON PTY., LTD.. 139 King Street. SYDNEY._

ALBERT COLLEGE OF MUSIC

THE HEADQUARTERS OF

THE WORLD-FAMOUS S HEFTE METHOD FOR THE PIANO

The Teaching that has Changed Drudgery and Discouragement to Speed and Success, father Pestai or Personal Tuition at fees which give to all thc advantages of learning by the SHEFTE Modern Method. Stringed Instruments and Piono-Acccrdion also taught.

Ring M4323. M4324, or coll Appointments day or evening.

_BOOMERANG HOUSE. 137-139 KINO STREET. SYDNEY._

NEW "CITIZENS PUBLIC SPEAKERS.

STAGE-FILM-RADIO ACTORS. ANNOUNCERS. CLASS OR PRIVATE TUITION.

LEARN TO SPEAK CORRECTLY

BERTRAM FLO II M STUART BEATTIE

tUcturer. St. Andrew's Cite.. Sydney Univ.). (Late Chief Announcer. 2UW. Svdney). Mllcnal Mutual Bldg.. 350 George St. Frcm 10 a.m. 'Phone. BW7471 or FM550«.

WHITEHALL ACADEMY OF DRAMATIC ART

Directors: Kathleen Robinson and Rcland Walton. Richard Parry. Principal: Frerie TOK J, Blackman. Instruction -In Voice Production, Phonetics Deportment. Mime, ACtinr, Make-up. Fencing. Dancing.

_ PERSONAL INTERVIEWS: 'PHONE MINERVA, FA8141

EVELYN GARDINER

íí i"1.' ol,ll>erl and Sullivan Opera Company, will take a limited number of Students for ¡raining In the Art of the Theatre and Correct Speech. Private Tuition or Group

coaching.

STUDIO. 48 PALING'S BUILDING. ASH STREET.

_'Phone. BW7480. Mondays and Fridays, n p.m.-1» p.m.

AUSTRALIAN ACADEMY OF DRAMATIC ART

PRINCIPAL, Mr. GEORGE CROSS. ASSOCIATE. Miss JOY PAULINI.

_ PACIFIC HOUSE, 300 PITT STREET. 6th FLOOR

rlASHI!ÍS"BUREAU FOR. CINESOUND PRODUCTIONS PTY. LTD Students prepared tor STAGE. SCREEN, and RADIO In CLASS cr PRIVATE TUITION._ 'Phone. MA142B.

Under the Patronage ci Sir Benjamin Fuller. K.iT

MINA SHELLEY SCHOOL OF THE THEATRE

ur I?SAR,5LT°..ACT BY ACTING. STUDENT-ACTORS APPEAR BEFORE THE PUB NOW « ELL-EQUIPPED PLAYHOUSE. UNDER PROFESSIONAL DIRECTION. ENROL

APPOINTMENTS: Ring JA4116 (Mornings only). Studio-, 27 Paling's Bldg.. Ash St. elly

PRACTICAL STAGE TRAINING.

MAYNE LYNTON

Prncr^, . A Dnj!e.r the Patronage of J.CW. Theatres Ltd.

for í¡!«r%.ií? audition performances during period of training. Trained artists wanted

npï,LJM^;,»s.hakesPcilrean «nd Old English Comedy Season.

-Phone. XM6105._Write co .Bo* 1036. O.P.O.. Sydney.

VIOLINS, CELLOS. VIOLA, TROMBONES

», * City Symphony Orchestra Has Vacancies

ExMr&e,1'»^1' Tcted. m,urlclnn- Conrcrt. 8th Dec. Town Hall, and subsequently. Fridays 7-in D°?Por unitle'' Nn FeeE- 'Phone B2960; or bring Instrument. Practice.

_'-?»''? Paling s Concert Hall.

Mn\/r-i ST' STEPHEN'S CHURCH. MACQUARIE STREET. :

NOVEMBER 9th. ST. STEPHEN'S FORUM. SUNDAY, 3 P.M.

HON. E. S. SPOONER

Tour* M.ÂraAnnciïu?n» écorne"8 mnnc<1 Economy." Chairman, Rev. Alan P.

I_ AMUSEMENTS_' _

George Street, near Town Hall. At 10.20, 1.30, 4.50, 7.50 p.m. M23B7.

REGENT - "THE HOMESTRETCH" - NO\V!

Hlgh-rldlng romance at the world's greatest racing classlcl In colour, with

CORNEL WILDE, MAUREEN O'HARA. 1 GLENN LANGA N

Helen Walker. James Gleeson (G). Plus "Second Chance." with Kent Taylor (A), Daniel Mas and Regent Orchestra, with Myra McCauley. Guest Vocalist.

Pitt Street, near Park Street. At 10.30, 1.40, 4.50, 7.5 p.m. 'Phone. MA6708.

ESQUIRE -"THE MAN WITHIN" - NOW!

Hatel Treachery! Murder! The price ol a woman's Impassioned kiss!

Starring MICHAEL REDGRAVE, JEAN KENT

with Richard Attenborough (A). Plus "Teheran." wlih Derek Farr. Marta Labarr (A).

Location: Raliway Square. At 10.30, 1.43. 4.56. 7.50 p.m. MA1000.

EMPIRE - "COPACABANA" - NOW!

Lavish . . . lilting . . . laugh-laden! GROUCHO MARX. CARMEN MIRANDA. ANDY RUSSELL. GLORIA JEAN (G). Plus mystery thriller . . .

"SHADOWS OVER CHINATOWN" with SIDNEY TOLER (A)

600 George Street. Sessions: 10.55. 2, 5. and ll p.m. 'Phone. MA0107.

PLAZA - "MOSS ROSE" - NOW!

A fragrant flower . . the visiting card of a killer! Starring

PEGGY CUMMINS, VICTOR MATURE, VINCENT PRICE

Ethel Barrymore (Al. Plus "Strange Voyage." with Eddie Albert (A1. ,r_ This picture will not bo shown In any other theatre In N.S.W. prior to 1048.

CENTURY: "The Best Years of Our Lives." Now!

Samuel Goldwyn's distinguished production and winner of nine Academy Awards! Brilliantly starring MYRNA LOY. FREDRIC MARCH, DANA ANDREWS. TERESA WRIGHT, VIRGINIA MAYO. HOAGY CARMICHAEL (G). Sessions at 10.5, 1.25. 4.35 (not continuous), 8 p.m. ACTUAL SCREENING TIMES nf "BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES." 10.10. 1.27. 4.42. 8.5 p.m. (SSS George 'Street.) M2241.

Castlereagh Street, near King Street. At 10.30, 1.45, 4.55. 8 p.m. MA6337.

MAYFAIR: "THE MACOMBER AFFAIR." Now!

He's got a woman on his mind! who's got murder In her heart! Starring

GREGORY PECK, JOAN BENNET, ROBERT PRESTON . (A)

Plus "The Adventures of Kitty O'Day." with Jenn Parker. Peter Cookson (O). 79 Castlereagh Street. At 10.45, 1.50. 5. 8 p.m. Plans, Theatre. 'Phone. M6797.

EMBASSY: "STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN." NOW!

The one film ever chosen for B Royal Command performance! In Technicolor.

DAVID NIVEN. ROGER LIVESEY, KIM HUNTER (A)

With Raymond Massey (A). Plus "Our Heritage," "Australian Diary No. 9." "Nation's Vital Lifeline," "Aladdin's Lamp"-Terrytoon Cartoon._

George Street. Haymarket. At 10. 1.20, 4.33, 7.45 p.m. 'Phone. MA5316.

CIVIC - "DARK WATERS" - NOW!

Terror and death stalk the eerie swamp lands! Starring THOMAS MITCHE FRANCHOT TONE, and MERLE OBERON (A). Plus: WILLIAM BENDIX.

_"THE HAIRY APE" (Suit. Only For Adults)_

Location: Pitt Street: Sessions continuous from 10.45 a.m. MA4855.

PALACE: "GHOST AND MRS. MUIR." NOW!

Most unusual love affair ever told! Tauntingly intriguing and starring

CENE TIERNEY, REX HARRISON, GEORGE SANDERS (A)

Associate Feature: "Dick Tracy's Dilemma." with Ralph Bird, Lyle Latell (A).

STATE - "SINGAPORE" ZZ^NOWl

With FRED MacMURRAY and AVA GARDNER

Exciting drama of love and Intrigue (A). Also Gene Stratton Porter's "KEEPER OF THE BEES" (Ot, Cincsound Review, George Trevalre and State Orchestra. etc. Sessions at 10.40, 1.45. 4.55. 7.54. Reserve at State Booking Bureau (M2797).

(THE STATE IS AIR-CONDITIONED.)

Every Thrilling Moment of the MELBOURNE CUP In Cliiesound Review._

VICTORY - "JOHNNY O'CLOCK" - NOW!

With DICK POWELL, EVELYN KEYES

He's fasclnntiiigAbul dangerous. Columbia brines you a new dramatic experiencel Suitable only for adults. Also "BLONDIE'S BIG MOMENT" IO). Cinesoiind Review. Sessions at 10.25. 1.45. 5. 7.55. Reserve HI Victory. (MA68U6) or State Booking Bureau

Every Thrilling Moment of the MELBOURNE CUP. In Ci ivesc u nd Review.

LYCEUM - "NICHOLAS NICKLEBY?' NOW!

CHARLES DICKENS' IMMORTAL CLASSIC.

With Huge Cast Headed by SIR CEDRIC HARDWICKE- (C)

Added entertainment Includes "forgotten Island." "Timber Makes News." Cine sound Review, etc. Sessions at 10.30. 1.40. 4.50. 7.45. Reserve at Lyceum (MA4857)

"BRUTE FORCE" HELD OVER

AT CAPITOL FOR

SECOND SENSATIONAL WEEK!

CAPITOL-NOW ,- "BRUTE FORCE"

TOLD THE RAW AND ' RUTHLESS "KILLERS" WAY

THE SHOCK SENSATION OF 1947! Mark Hellengcr's dynamic drotnB. "BRUTE FORCE." with BURT LANCASTER. HUME CRONYN. CHARLES BICKFORD, ELLA RAINES. YVONNE DE CARLO, ls suitable only for Adults.

Associate Feature: ALLAN JONES in "MOONLIGHT IN HAVANA" (G). Sessions at 10.10. 1.30. 4.3B, 7.33. Reserves al Capitol (M4888) or State Booking Bureau.

Every Thrilling Moment of the MELBOURNE CUP. In Cincsound Review.

LYRIC ' - "DEAR RUTH" - NOW

With JOAN CAULFIELD. WILLIAM HOLDEN BILLY DE WOLFE (G).

Also ALAN LADD in "CHINA" with William Bendix (A)

Sessions: 10, 1,15, 4.30. 7.40. Reserves: ivIA49al. Every Thrilling Moment ol the MELBOURNE CU P. I II CI n esound Review.

LAST 5 DAYS: "THE UNFINISHED DANCE"

AIR-CONDITIONED LIBERTY MA6068

Pitt Street, between .Market und Park Streets.

HURRY! 1IUKI1Y! 1IUKHY! Sessions: ll u.iu.. 2 p.m., 5 p.m., ti p.m. M.G.M.'s Technicolor Dlttiuu, willi the M.G.M. CORPS DE HALLET. Mul'iulel O'UKIKN, Cjd CHARISSE, Karin BOOTH, and Introducing Dunny THOMAS. Only ONE knew why the dunce was unfinished-und she dure not tell Ul). Also TOM and JERKY lu "DR. JEKYLL AND MR. MOUSE" (M.Cl.M. Technicolor Cancun), "Aumin* Mr. Nor UII1" (Passing Parade). "New Nurth" (Alusknn Iliehwuy), "Uncle Tom's Cubain" (Technicolor Curloon). Metro News-Flylns-ucut Survivors reach U.S.A. NEXT FRI- DAY: M.G.M.'s Masterpiece Reprint. INGRID UKKGMAN. ROBERT MONTGOMERY, In "RAGE IN HEAVEN." by Janies Huton (A). Plus '.'Dk&lUN FOR SCANDAL," starring ROSALIND RUSSELL, WALTER PIDGEON, LEE BOWMAN (A). Inquire now for advance booklnes IMA60UU). _ _

Elizabeth Street, next to David Jones Ltd. -

ST. JAMES, Last 5 Days: A Darned Good Laugh

(Air-conditioned.) M0951. Sessions: 10.40 a.m.. 1.3« p.m.. 4.55 p.m., 7.53 p.m. What, this Town REALLY NEEDS IS A DARNED GOOD LAUGH-and here lt ls. M.G.M. presents RFD SKELTON In a howling. hilarious hit about Hollywood. "MERTON OF THE MOVIES," with Virginia O'BRIEN, Lcr.n Ames. Gloria Grahame. Alan Mowbray. One thing's certain, you'll LOVE Merton (G). Also M.G.M. presents "STORMY WATERS," starring Jean GABIN and Michele MORGAN. Tempestuous love thundering to a terrific climax on storm-swept seas (A). Mrtro News-Flylng boat. survivors reach U.S.A. Coming next Friday: "BODY AND SOUL" (A),_

SPECIAL! MELBOURNE CUP SCREENING ALL SESSIONS.

Alan LADD, . Dorothy LAMOUR in

"WILD HARVEST" (A), at PRINCE EDWARD

All thc action-adventure-thrills of Man Ladd. living dangerously-loving the same way. On stage: Reg. Lewis's Royal Prince Edwardians. with Van Strattons (World-famous Rope Spinners). Ron Dowd (Tenor). Reserves al Theatre (BW8313). AT 11-1.50-5.3-7.55. Prices from 1/3 nt ll a.m._

Liverpool Street, opposite Hyde Park. MA1602.

TATLER - TYRONE POWER, "JESSE JAMES"

NOW, AT ll. 3. 7.18.

Double Feature Technicolor action show-JESSE JAMES. A. with Tyrone Power. Henry Fonda, Randolph Scott. THE RETURN OF FRANK JAMES, with Henry Fonda. Gene Tierney, Jackie Cooper._;_

SAVOY - "BEAU GESTE" - LAST 5 DAYS !

GARY COOPER, RAY MILLAND, SUSAN HAYWARD

Hurrv. Season Ends Thursday! P. C. Wren's "BEAU GESTE" t'A), with Gary Cooper. Ray Mllland. Susan Hayward. Sessions: ll, 2. 5. 7.55. (B4333.) Coming Next Friday! MAURICE CHEVALIER, Jennette McDonald. In "ONE HOUR WITH YOU" (A), and MAE WEST. Cary Grant. In "I'M NO ANGEL" (Al._

Contemporary Art Society of Australia

The ninth Interstate Exhibition will be opened by

EUGENE GOOSSENS. at 3 p.m. To-duy, Saturday, 8th November,

ut the EDUCATION GALLERIES, Lotius SUeet. Sydney.

The Exhibition will remain open until 20th November, Saturdays Included, .from

10 K.m. tu 5 p.m. _ _

THE GROSVENOR GALLERIES, 219 George St.

To be »pened by CHARLES WILMOT, Esq.. O.B.E. M.A. (Kepieseiilutlve ot the British Ccuncll ¡ll Australia), ul 3 p.m.. on TUESDAY, NOVEMBER lilli. 1947. Prl rale view 10 H.m. mid will remullí open until Nov,mba lHih.

UNESCO MONTH - ¿EMA WILL-PRESENT LUNCH-TIME PUBLIC ADDRESS

of liilcnintiun.il cultural Interest tn (he Lecture Room of ihe Public Library, by courtesv

of thc Trustees,

12th NOV.: Mrs. EDITH CARDUS. "Repertory Theaire In England To-rlnv."

19th NOV.-Mr. P.VAIDYANATHAN (Economist' to the Indian Government Trade Commission): "The Development of the Indian Theatre."

Sfilh NOV.-Prof. K. L. CHAU (Director Chinese Ministry of Information): "The

wisdom of China."

3rd DEC.-Mr. W. G. JAMES (Federal Director of Music, A.B.C.): "Music In

Britain and America."

1.10 p.m.-1.50 p.m each Wednesday. Admission Free. Incluirle», LM2.-|91.

THREE-DECKER

SHOWBOAT KALANG BACK

. CRUISES, CONCERTS, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY

Cruise nn the Glamourous New Showboat Kalang. To-dav, To-morrow, and ev

Saturday and Sunday. Showboat. Kalang leaves No. 4 Jetty. Circular Quav, st 3 p.m. on a 30-mlle trip, embrnclng Sydney Harbour Beauty S|»ls. Music and broad- cast descriptions. Refreshments. Tickets for Harbour * Cruise arc: Adults 2'6.

Children I/.

RADIO AND STAGE PERSONALITIES ENTERTAIN YOU!

To-night and Sunday Night. Showboat Kalang leaves No. 4 Jettv, circular Quay

at 8 for a Showboat Concert Cruise. Over two hours' of delightful entertainment by leading Radio and Stage Personalities. Community Singing. Refreshments.

Tickets are 2/5 (plus 7d tax). 3/.

ALL SHOWBOAT CRUISES LEAVE FROM No. 4 JETTY, CIRCULAR QUAY.

ENJOY 40 MILES OF RIVER" SCENERY ON THE

HEAD OF RIVERS TRIP, Sunday Afternoon, 2.45

EXPLORING THE HISTORIC PARRA M AIT A AND LANE COVE RIVERS.

II yi:u like to get off the beaten track and explore new sceneiv, ccme on the HEAD OF RIVERS TRIP, which follows a dlflerent rcuic and shows you lovely stretches of the PARRAMATTA und LANE COVE RIVERS which you have never seen before.

Interesting commentary. Sailing Races. Afternoon Tea available. Return Fare: Adults 3/, Children 1/.

Tickets at No. 8 Jetty, Circular Quay (Western End of Promenade)

SWIM AND"plCWC~AT BALMORAL

2 BEAUTIFUL HARBOUR BEACHES: Balmoral ls reached bv interesting harbour trip to Zoo Ponteen, then by tram. Spacious picnic grounds, large swimming pool, and protected beach, ideal for children. (Terry 4d, tram 3d each way, children ld each way cn ferry or tram-30 minutes from Quay lo Beach.)

FREQUENT DAILY SERVICE FROM No. 4 JETTY. CIR CULAR QUAY.

SEE THE HARBOUR and VISIT MANLY

Take thc family to Manly In ccmrort by sea and enlcy the Harbour Scenery cn the way. There could be no Oner cr cheaper outing.

FARES: Adults 7d. Children 2d. Five years and under Free.

MANLY BEACH ROTUNDA: SATURDAY NIGHT: Variety Concert, popular artists; SUNDAY NIGHT: Manly Band, with supporting Artists. Reginald Wil- loughby. Florence Taylor. Harry Abdy.

' SEE OVER SUBMARINE KX'I ALONGSIDE THE POOL._

NEW ANIMALS AT ?

TARONGA PARK ZOO

ANOTHER BIG SHIPMENT ARRIVES.

THE SYDNEY ZOO NOW PROUDLY PRESENTS THE WORLD'S BEST

COLLECTION. '

TRAVEL BY FERRY._

NIELSEN PARK

Lovely Picnic Grounds. Sharkproof Swimming Enclosure

Visit historic VaucluSc House. Ferries leave 7 Jetty. Circular Quay. Sat hourly Irotn 10.30 a.m.: Sun., half-hourly frcm 9 a.m. Lost boat Nielsen Park, 8 and Sun., fi p.m. B3173. *_

A NEW THRILL ON THE HARBOUR

25-KNOT LUXURY MOTOR CRUISER.

Do not miss sn afternoon on the famous "Harbour Express." The speedy craft will .take you clcse Inshore at each point ot Interest and a hostess will serve afternoon tea during thc trip. Bookings. XA1035 and David Junes' Travel Service; also Govern ment Tourist Bureau._

XMAS RIDING and CAMPING HOLIDAY^TOUR

Capella Educational Riding School ls organising another ol ils famous Xmas Trail Rides

Trip will be for Seven Days, Starting 2(îth December.

Riding to Liverpool. Camden. Burragorang, Penrith, and Windsor.

Different horse every» day and different camp evcrv nljht. Particulars. JWI877.

RIDE AT THE PENRITH RIDING SCHOOL

oft IfaSk ÂvrOVAM fide

ti the Nepean River and a swim. Other rides dally. Write tor Prospectus v lf you

THE COLARODO SUMMER CAMP

Xmas vacancies, modern camp pitched on th. turnip ot Nepean River In thebra »'If iii Colarodo Canyon. Ride nr.-,t-rln.v, horses and bal he In cool lagoon. Free riding tuition. Rodeo, entertainment. Hill Billy sinter«, dancing, fishing.

Book, Allen Dennis Trallrldes, Wallada. Week-end trail ride« as usual. I

AMUSEMENTS

THE NEW SOOTH WALES TROTTING CLUB. LIMITED.

TROTTING TROTTING TROTTING

AT HAROLD PARK (GLEBE) TO-DAY

.FIRST RACE 2 P.M.

Admissions: Paddock: Gents. 7/. Ladles 3/11. Leger 2/6J .V Totalisator operating.

DNEY AND MELBOURNE RAI IE BROADCAST ON THE COU1

?__J_ O. N. HOLLIER. Secretary.

CRICKET - INDIA v N.S.W.

SYDNEY CRICKET GROUND-NOV. 8, 10, ll

Play commences at 12 noon each day.

Admission charges: Outer Ground: Adults'1/11 plus tax 7d.

Children 1/ plus tax 3d.

Grandstand: Adults 3/6 plus tax WI. .

____-Children l i plus tax 5d._.

SPORTS ARENA- TO-NIGHT AT 7.45

RILEY STREET NEAR CLEVELAND STREET.

. CHAMPION CYCLISTS ÍN ACTION

WALSH v KOHLENBERO.

Champion of Champions All Round Champion of N.S.W.

OPPERMAN v SMITH.

25 MILES TAMS RACE. 12 TEAMS 21 SPRINTS.

Hugo Programme, wet or fine.

Reservations after 1 p.m., MX2434. Tickets. 2/ plus tax. Reserves, 4/ plus tax.

COMING ATTRACTION : WATCH FOR XMAS -SIX DAYS' RACE. _

WRESTLING -- LEICHHARDT STADIUM

TO-NIGHT AT 8-FRED ATKINS v CHIEF LFfTLE WOLF. 8 Rds

Supported by: Wrestling (8 rounds). Frank Hurley v Ray Murdoch. Boxing (6 rounds). Chas Dunn v Merv Todd, and VAUDEVILLE. Usual Popular. Prices (Ladles

Half-price to Ringside)._,'PHONE. LM4323,

Museum of Technology and Applied Science

HARRIS STREET. - BROADWAY

OPEN MONDAY TO SATURDAY, 10 A.M. TO 5 P.M TUESDAY TO 9 P.M., SUNDAY. 2 P.M. TO 5 P.M

RYDE AND GLADESVILLE TRAMS PASS DOOR.

Admission Free. A. R. PENFOLD. Director.

TRANSPORT RESTRICTIONS DO NOT Al'-FtCT YOUR TRIP TO

COAL AND CANDLE CREEK

a pleasant Resort lor BOATING. FISHING. HIKING. Now possible by Moa. Bus through French's Forest, with Scenic Views to 90ft deep Beauly Spot of Hawkesbury River Hot Meals. Refresh, avail. BUS LEAVES PYMBLE STATION SUNDAYS HOLIDAYS. 10.13 a.m. Meets 9.45 train Irom Town Hall, ltet. 5 p.m. JX4212. 4/ return

SUBURBAN PICTURE THEATRES (Two Unes, week-day!,, 4/; SiUurduy 4/0.1)

A NNANDALE, OLYMPIA, LM4275.

JX Twice dally. 1.45 and 8 p.m.

Elizabeth Taylor, CYNTHIA; O.

JUNGLE PLIGHT, A.

ANNANDALE. Royal, LM1550: THE VTR

. G1N1AN..G; BLONDIE'S HOLIDAY, 1.30. 7.35.1

AKNUI.lFFK, HOYTS. LX145U. 1.30,

7.40. T1IK OUTLAW, A; .SLIGHTLY SCANDALOUS, G. i Special Children's Mat.,

1.30. 1

ARTARMON; SAVOY: Mai. 1.45. Geo.

Formby, Gunner Gturue, G; Susie Step. Oui, G; New Serial, Master Key; News, Car tuon. . 7.43: Ronald Colman. The Late

Gcoi'ur Apley, A; David Bruce, Susie Stepsl Out, G, Cartoon, News

ASH HELD, HOYT'S. UA2347. 1.30,

7.45. THE LATE GEORGE APLEY, A; HIDDEN HAND, A.

ASHFIELD, KINO'S. UAI22I. Twice dally,

1.45 end 7.45: CYNTHIA, A. Elisabeth Taylor. Geo. Murphy. JUNGLE FLIGHT. A AUBURN. CIVIC, UX7315. 1.30: Tall

Timbers, G; Thoroughbreds Don't Cry. G. 7.:i0: Bob Hope, My Favourite Brunette, A: The Amnzlng Mr. Hammer. A.

AUBURN; EMBASSY, UX7149.-1.30,

7.30: The Egg and I. O: Lone Wolf In Mexico, A.

BALGOWLAH. Xdlflll: Sinbad the Sailor,

G; George In Civvy Street. A; Formby. New Serial. 1.15.-7.15.

BALMAIN. HOYTS. WB1688. 1.30. 7.30.

SINBAD THE SAILOR. G. Tech.: BACKLASH, A. special Children's Mat.. 1.30 BANKSTOWN. CIVIC, UY1034. 1.30.

7.30: The Perils of Pauline. O: The 13lh Hour, A.

BANKSTOWN, JEWEL, UY1402. 1.30:

Gentleman Joe Palocka, G: Sign of thc Wolf. G.. 7.30: Gentleman Joe Palooka. G; One Body Too Mnny, A.

1SEVERLY HILLS, LU3178. 1.30, 7.15:

> Sea ot Grass, A; Cigarette Girl. A.

BEXLEY, ST. GEORGE. LX3007. 1.15:

TARZAN AND THE HUNTRESS, G ; GREAT WHITE TRAIL, O. U.15-0 p.m.: IHK OUTLAW, A! TARZAN AND THE HUNTUESS. G.

BONDI BEACH. HOYTS, SIX WAYS.

FW ll 34. 1.30. 7.45. CROSSWtl'H, A; MILLIii'S DAUGHTER, A. Special Chll tlreu'fc Mat.. 1.30.

BONDI BEACH. KINGS. FW5B4U. Twice

Dally, 1.45 um! 7.45: The Hucksters, A. clark Gallie. Deborah Kerr: öilee-lheuri cf Slgma-Chl, G.

BONDI JUNCUON. HOYTS, CORONET.

FW 3755. 1.30. 7.45. CARNIVAL IN COSTA Ü1CA, G. Tech.; KOlt 'HIE LOVL «W RUSTY. G. Special Children's Mut.,1

I.SO.

X|_>ONDI JUNCTION, HOYTS STA lt. J> PW 1047. 1.30 . 7.45. CROSSFIRE, A:

MILLIE'S DAUGHTER. A.

BONDI JUNCTION. REGAL. FW 1233.

10 11.111. Session: Marx Bros. In NIGHT AT THE OP 13RA, G; also ALL THE KING'S HORSES. In Country Life (Speaking (il Animals). Under White Sails (Sportllght). Unusual Osculations, eic. 1.45, 7.30: Clark G^blc. Deborah Kerr. Sydney Greenstreet. Adolphe Mcnjou. Ava. Gardner. Keenan Wynn. Edward Arnold In THE HUCKSTERS. A: ALL THE KING'S HORSES. G.

BONDI ROAD. HOYTS, FW1448. 1.30.

7.43. CARNIVAL IN COSTA RICA, G. Tech.: FOR THE LOVE OF RUSTY. G.

BRIGHTON. LX3G31. 1.30, 7.30: 1047

MELBOURNE CUP. Welcome Stranger. G: The Shocking Miss Pilgrim. G.

BROADWAY THEATRE. BROADWAY.

MA500!). Cont.. 12.30, FIESTA, G ; SIN- BAD THE SAILOR. G.

BRONTE THEATRE. FW5126. 1.30. 7.45.

THE BLUE DAHLIA. A: TOKYO ROSE, G. Special Children's Mat.. 1.30.

BROOKVALE. XWB3B6. Mat. 1.45:

Tommy Trinder, Sailors 3, G; Vcnge-|

ance of the West, G. 7.45: Piccadilly Inci- dent, A; Jewels of Brandenburg, A.

BURWOOD. ASTOR. UJSO.KI. H.30: Pitts-

burgh. G; The Mighty Treve. G. 7.30: The Red House. A: Notorious Lone Wolf, A. BURWOOD, PALATIAL, UJ2101. 1.30,

7.30: Cynthia, G; Stranse Woman, A. CAMPSIE, ODEON. LF1414. 1.30: Odcon

National Cinema Club: PERILS OF PAU-f LINE. G: TARZAN AND THE HUNTRESS, G. 7.45: PERILS OF PAULINE. G; TAR- ZAN AND THE HUNTRESS. G.

CAMPSIE. ORION, LF3434: 1.30, 7.45:

Susan Hayward. A WOMAN DESTROY- ED, A; and THE THIRTEENTH HOUR. A. CANTERBURY, LL2B77. 1.30. 7.30: Alan

Ladd. The Blue Dahlia, A: Gentleman Joe Palooka. G. The 1947 Melbourne Cup. CANTERBURY. WINDSOR. LF12G6, 1.30.

7.15: Perils of Pauline. G: Sing Com. GI CARLTON, DE LUXE, LW5744. 1.30. 7.30.'

Thc Outlaw. A: Tarean and The Hu

tress. Special 1947 Melbourne Cup. , CASTLE HILL. 1.20. 7.25. 'I HE SEA Ol'

V; GRASS. A; TIMBER. G. , I /-1I1ATSWOOD. ARCADIA. JA2U32 1.:)'>., U 7.30. CROSSFIRE. A: CAK'NIVAL INJ

COSTA RICA. O, Tedi. . ,

rtllATSWOOD. KINGS. J.VI342. Twin V> Dullv. 1.45 mid 7.4fi.--The Hucksters A, Clark Gable. Dvbwiali Herr: Sweetheart ur Slmnu-Chl. Ci.

/"1LOVULLY. HOYTS. KX2.-i.>2. 1 ..!U. V.' 7.30. SINBAD THE SAILOR. O. Tech.: i;i,ACKLASII. A. Special Children's Mut.. 1:>°. ' «." . . "

CLOVELLY. KINGS. J::,..i(2: Speciill Kid-

dles' Matinee. Slit. only. 1.3«: Stable mates. G; Mickey Rooney. Wallace Beery. NORTH-WEST RANGER. G: James CralB.

Evg.. 7.30: Thc Hucksters. A. Clark Gable.' Deborah Kerr; Sweetheart nf Slgma-Chl. G. COLLAROY. XW8B6.1. 1.45: BARNYARD

FOLLIES, O: THE DALTONS RIDE AGAIN. G. 7.45: WELCOME STRANGER. G; THE BRASHER DOUBLOON. A.

CONCORD. RITZ. UF2000. 1.30:

nnclc Bill. G: Fool's Gold. G. The Red House. A; Fool's Gold. G.

CtONCORD WEST. ROYAL. UF1072. 1.30:

/ DIAMOND FRONTIER. C.; SUNSET SERENADE. G. 7.30: MARGIE. A: FLAU IN THE NIGHT. A. Special: 1947 Melbourne

C^OOGEE, Boomerang. FX4305. Matinee

to-dav. 1.30. 7.30: THE HUCKSTERS.

A, CROSSFIRE. A. ,.;.,".,, -n,"l riREMORNE. Orphcum. XM1441.-Thc

\j Hucksters. A: Sweetheart cf Slgma-Chl,'

C°CRONULLA, ODEON. cron; 230. 1.30:

> Odeon Nntlcnal Cinema Club. ALI BABA AND THE FORTY THIEVES. G: plus Car; .rms. 7.20: MARGIE, A; THE AMAZING MR. HAMMER. A. Special: 1947 Melbourne

/BROW'S NEST. HOYTS. XF15B0. 1.30 C "Sor CROSSFIRE. A: CARNIVAL IN

COSTA RICA, G. Tech. Special Children f

Mat.. 1,30.

CROW'S NEST, SESQUI. XFllll. 1 p.m.:

Riders of Hie Deadline. G : Flecta. G . 7.30: Fiesta, G (Tech.): Dangerous Money, A riROYDON. DE LUXE. UJ41I24. 1.30, 7.30:

\J R. Colman. LATE GEORGE APLEY, A: I Hedy Lamarr. STRANGE WOMAN, A

riROYDON PARK. UJ3391: Perils of Paul \J lue. A; Jewels ot Brandeuburiî. A.

DARLINGHURST. WESTS. PA2625. .JO:

JACKASS MAIL. G; THREE SERlALf AND CARTOONS. 7.45: THE HUCKSTERS A; SWEETHEART OF SIGMA CHI, G

ISEEWHY. XW01Í1B. 1.30: THE GlIOS'l I) CATCHERS. G: GENTLEMAN FROM DIXIE G. 7.45: WELCOME STRANGER, G; THE BRASHER DOUBLOON. A.

TROUBLE BAY. HOYTS. FM285fi. 1.30. D 7.30. SINBAD THE SAILOR. G. Tech.:

DBL^3UB1LE BAY.' VOGUE. FM2727. FM1213

1 40. 7.30: All-cclcur programme. Either

Williams, FIESTA. G: SPORTS TARADI.! IN MOSCOW, G ; CARTOON. Next Sat.:

TUB HUCKSTERS.

DRUMMOYNE. ASTRA. WA2009. 1.30

7 40: Sinbad the Sailor, G: Backlash, A DRUMMOYNE, ODEON. WA255K._ 1.30:

Odcon National Cinema Club. MIDSHIP- MAN EASY. G: plus Cartoons. 7.30: CALI- FORNIA. G: SWEETHEART OF SIGMA

D°HIULWICH HILL, Britannia. LM109G.

Mat., 1.30, Cynthia, G: and Shorts. 7.30, Cynthia. O: The Late George Apley. A.

EARLWOOD. Chelsea. LL1478. At 7.30:.

Woman Destroyed. A; Brasher, Doubloon.

A. 1.30: Tawan and tho Huntress. BrashcrJ

EDOUARLWOOD. Mayfair. LL1074. 1.30. 7.30:

Wc-lccme Stranger. G; Jungle Flight, A. TTlASTWOCD. ODEON. WL197B. 1.30: Xii Odcon Natlorml Cinema Club. WELCOME STRANGER. G; plus Cartoons; 7.30: WEL- COME STRANGER. G ; THE 13th HOUR, A. TANFIELD. SAVOY. UJ3397.-1.30: Go li, west. G; The Kansan. G, 7.30: The Other Love, A; Strange Woman. A.

ITINMORE. HOYTS. LA19:-B. , 1.30. 7.30. Ill CROSSFIRE, A; CARNIVAL IN COSTA RICA. G. Tech. Soeclal Children's Mat.. 1.30 EPPING. WM1234. 1.30. 7.30: B. Crosby.

B. Fitzgerald. Welcome Stranger. G: Dangerous Money. G.

FAIRFIELD CRESCENT, UBI IIB. 1.30:

Beyond Bengal, O; Our Hearts Were Young and Gay. G. 7.30: Down to Earth.

Jech., A; Our Hearts Were Young and Gay,

FIVEDOCK, victory. UA2754: Perils of

Pauline. G: King of Wild Horses. G. GLADESVILLE, Palace, Ryde 145. 1.30.

7..15 p.m.: Welccme Siranaer. O: Cyn- thia. G.

GORDON. JX2177: Jeanne Crain. Margie,

A (Tech.); Variety Jubilee. G.

GRANVILLE. CINEMA, UU162U.-1.30:

Orphan of the Wilderness. G : Nothing But Trouble. G. 7.30: Bob Hope. My Favourite Brunette, A; The Amazing Mr. Hammer. A.

GUILDFORD. REGENT. UWB447. 1.30:

" Beyond Bengal, G; Murder He Says. G, 7.30: Down to Earth,VTcch., A: Murder He Says. O'.

SUBURBAN PICTURE THEATRES

ABERf IfcLD, ELFIE. UA2478: PERILS OF PAULINE', Q; KING OF WILD HORSES. G.

BERNE BAY, Melody, 1.30. 7.30: Danny

Kaye. Wonder Man. O; Her Kind of Man A. .

HOMEBUSH, VOGUE. UM7004. 1.30: Go

West. G; The Kansuii, G. 7.30: The Oilier Love. A; The strange Woman, A.

HORNSBY. JU1330. 1.45 and 7.15: CAR-

NIVAL IN COSTA RICA. G. D. Haiine.1; SLIGHTLY SCANDALOUS, G. F. Brady.

I.i ÜHNSBY, i-acinc 'inca(re. JU133U. 7.15

'1'1?.'. Tne Man 1,1 O "J. A. J. .Mason; When We Are Married, A, L. Brooks.

f-i URLSTONE PARK, HOYTS. LL2410. r£¿¿M- 7:45' THE LA)lî GEORGE M h^- , A: FALCON'S ALIBI. A. Spcclll

Children s Mal., 1.30.

l-l URSTV'ILLE, CIVIC, LU2130. 1.30: *.""7ani"}. an5 "Lhe Huntress. G; Silver Stallion. G. 7.30: The Red House. A; larsen and the Huntress, G.

HURSTVILLE. SAVOY, LU207B. 1.30.

lons 7G°: Ti>B °ullnw- A- Slightly Scandn

BURSTVILLE SOUTH. LU2515. 1.30.

.7.30: CARNEGIE HALL. G : Shorts.

KENSINGTON, DONCASTER. FF1939:

King ot the Wild Horses, G; My Fav- ourite Brunette, A.

KING'S CROSS THEATRE. FA4131-2.

Twice Dally. 1.30 and 7.30 p.m.: FARMER'S DAUGHTER G. plus Paula A. KING'S CROSS THEATRETTE. FA28B3.

1.30, 3.30, 5.30, 7.30. 0.30: The Fight- ing Guardsman, A; News, Shorts.

KINGSFORD. ODEON. FX5570. Cent..

6.30: FIESTA, G; KING OF THE WILD HORSES,. G. Mat., 1.30: Ode*. National Cinema Club. STEPPING TOES. O; plus

Cartoons.

KINGSGROVE. LU3132.-1.30. 7.15: Sea

ol Grass, A; Cigarette Girl. A.

KOGARAH. Victory, LW5417: Richard

Tauber. The Lisbon Story. A: Ann Sheridan, Thc Road to Frisco. A,

T AKEMBA. MAGNET, UL1237. Matinee I i only. TARZAN AND THE HUNTRESS. G ; GENTLEMAN JOE PALOOKA. G. At 7.45: A WOMAN DESTROYED A. S. Hay- ward; GENTLEMAN JOE PALOOKA. G. J. Kirkwood.

I AKEMBA ROYAL. UL2738. at 7.45: A ii STOLEN LIFE. A. Bette Davis: TlllR IKKNTH IIOUH. A. R. Dix.

T ANE COVK. RIO. JU 107(1. 1.30: FIESTA. .J G; ICING OF THE WILD HORSES. G. 7.45: FIESTA. O; JUNOLE FLIGHT. A.

? KIC111IAHDT. MARLBORO, LM1421: Bob li Hope LET'S FACE IT. G: BLONDIE'S

HOLIDAY. G.

I E1C11IIARDT STRAND, LM4253: LET'S li FACE IT. O; BLONDIE'S HOLIDAY, C.

I 1DCOMBE. ARCADIA. UX72UU. 1.3(1: li Tall Timbers, G; A Dav ut the Races. G. 7.30: Bob Hope. My Favourite Brunette. A; The Amazing Mr. Hammer, A.

LINDFIELD. KINGS, JA1055. 1.30 and

7.30 p.m.: Fiesta. G. Esther Williams. Akim TnmlrctT; Vatlety Jubilee. G.

r IVERPCCL. REGAL. UB7600. Mat. 1.30: ij Wallace Beery. Wyoming. G: Chas. Star relt. Sagebrush Herccs. G. 8.15. 8 p.m.: MARGIE. A (Tech.): Abbott and Costello in Hollywood. G. -

MANLY. EMBASSY- XU3532. Twice Dally:

DEAR RUTH. A: plus Fcaturette. .

MANLY. NEW MANLY. XD2468. 1.45 and

7.45: THE JOLSON STORY. G; GEORGE IN C1VW STREET. A.

MANLY. RIALTO. XU3437. Twice Dally:

IVY. A: plus Fcaturette*.

MAROUBRA. AMUSU. FJ17S4: Fiesta, G:

King cf the Wild Horses. G.

MAROUBRA Vocalist. FJ220) : My Fav-

ourite Brunette, A; Slightly Scandal-

ous. G.

MARRICKVILLE. ADDISON. LM512B.

1.30: CIRCUS GIRL, G: TRAIL STREET. G. 7.30: ODD MAN OUT. A! TRAIL STREET. G.

MARRICKVILLE. HOYTS. LL2222. 1.30.

7.30. STRANGE. WOMAN, A; BUSES ROAR. A. Special Children's Mat.. 1.30. MARRICKVILLE, KINGS. LM4005. Twice

Dally. 1.30 and 7.30. Cynthia. A. Eli- zabeth Taylor. Geo. Murphy: Jungle Flight, A. Every Sat.: Extra 30 mts. Variety Shorts from 1 P.m. and 7 p.m.

MERRYLANDS, KINEMA, UW9778. 1.30:

Orphan of the Wilderness. G: Nothing But Trouble, G. 7.30: Bob Hope, My Favourite Brunette, A; The Amazing Mr. Hammer. A. ...

MORTDALE. LU1219. 1.30. 7,30: Margie,

G, Tech.; £100 Window. O.

MOSMAN, HOYTS KINEMA. XM2718.

1.30. 7.30. CROSSFIRE, A: CARNI- VAL IN COSTA RICA, G, Tech.

MOSMAN, KINGS. XM2180. Twice Dally.

1.4(1 and 7.40: Thc Hucksters. A, Clark Gable. Deborah Kerr: Sweetheart of Sigma

Chi, G.

NEUTRAL BAY, HOYTS. SOUTHERN

CROSS. XA1201. 1.30. 7.30. CROSS KIKE. A; CARNIVAL IN COSTA RICA. G,

TVTEWTOWN. HOYTS. LA2515. 1.30. IN 7.30. CROSSFIRE. A: CARNIVAL IN COSTA RICA, G, Tech. Special Children'!. Mat.. 1.30.

TVTEWTOWN, HUD 1. LA3435. 1.30: II FIESTA, G; plus Carmona. Cunt., 4.15. FIESTA. G: VARIETY JUBILEE. G.

TVrE'WTOWN, MAJESTIC. LA2222. 7.30: i\ Romance Rosy Ridge,. A: Mystery Mr. X, A.

¡vrORTHBltlDGE. XL15U9. Beware of Pity, X> A; Turnan and The Huntress, G.

TVrORTH SYDNEY. Orpheillll. XB2G92. The L> Hucksters; Sweetheart of Sigma-Chl. G.

OATLEY. LU3233. PICADILLY INCIDENT.

A: FALCON'S ADVENTURE. A.

ÍHADDINGTON. FIVE WAYS: A Woman

Destroyed. A; Almost Married. G.

PADDINGTON. Oxford. FA2576: A Woman X Destroyed. A; The Late George Apley. A PARRAMATTA, ASTRA. UW9020. 1.30.

7.30: Carnegie Hall, G: Selected Fea lurettes.

PARRAMATfA, CIVIC. UW8B9S.-1.30:

Flight Command, O; King of the Stal- lions. G; Ep. 1, The Shadow, both sessions. 7..30: George In Civvy Street. A: The Amaz- ing Mr. Hammer.

PARRAMATTA. ROXY. UW8B97.-1.30.

7.30: Bob Hope, My Favourite Brunette, A: Young Widow. A.

1PENSHURST. LU1313. 1.30: SOUTH OF

. TAHITI. O: WAR DOGS, G. 7.30: THE OUTLAW. A; £100. WINDOW. G.

TJETEHSHAM. ODEON. LM5302. 1.30: X Odeon National Cinema Club. MARY- LAND, G: plus Carloons. 7.30: BLUE SKIES. G; JUN.GLK FLIGHT. A. Special: 1947 Mel- bourne Cup.

PUNCHBOWL, ASTORIA, UL1989.-1.30.

7.30: The Perils ot Pauline, Tech.. G; The 13th Hour, A.

RAMSGATE. LW5263. 1.30. 7.30: Thc

Outlaw, A: Tarzan and The Huntress, G: Special 1947 Melbourne Cup.

RANDWICK. ODEON. FX4517. 1.30:

Odecn National Cinema Club. AIR-RAID WARDENS. G: plus Cartoons. 7.30: THK HUCKSTERS. A: SWEETHEART OF SIGMA CHI. G.

RANDWICK. RITZ. FX3377. 1.30. 7.30.

SINBAD THE SAILOR, O. Tech.; BACKLASH, A. Special Children's Mat.. I ..'10.

REDFERN. LAWSON. MX2979. Mat. 1.30:

Rangers of Fortune, G; Hurricane Smith, G. 7.30: Crossfire, A: Back Lash, A.

ROCKDALE, ODECN. LX3955. 1.15: Odeon

National Cinema Club, TARZAN AND THE HUNTRESS. G: plus Cartoons. 8.15-a >.m.: THE OUTLAW, A; TARZAN AND THE HUNTRESS. G.

ROSE BAY NTH.. KING'S. FUB5fifl. 1.40:

Flesln. G. In technicolor. Esther Wll Mam.-. 7.30: The Brasher Doubloon, A; Geo. Montgomery.

ROSE BAY, W'garden. FU09BB. ' 1.25,

7.30: FIESTA. G: Jungh Flight. A. ROSEVILLE. JA7170. 1.30. 7.30; Margie.

A: Jewels of Brandenburg, A.

ROZELLE. HOYTS. WB12S9. 1.30, 7.30.

SINBAD THE SAILOR, G, Tech.; BACKLASH... A.

JH YDE, RIALTO. 'Ph. 111. 1.45. 7.45: X Bing Crosby, Barty Fitzgerald, Welcome Stranger, O: Backlash. A.

RYDE* WEST, ROYAL. WL1058. The

Other Love, G; Late George Apley, A. ST. PETERS. LA2407.-Jane Russell. The

Outlaw. A; Júnele Flieht; A.

STANMORE. LA15B2. 1.30: FIESTA. G;

plus Cartoons. 7.45: FIESTA. G; VARIETY JUBILEE. G.

STRATHFIELD. MELBA, UJ4052.-1.30.

7.30: cynthia. G; Strange Woman. G. SUMMER HILL. GROSVENOR. UA3003.

. 1.30: Cynthia. G; Mickey the Kid, G. 7.30: Cvnlhla. O; Strange Woman, A.

SUTHERLAND. ODEON. LB2359. 1.30:

Odeon National Cinema Club. HUDSON BAY, G; plus Cartoons. Cont., 6.15 o.m.; MARGIE, A; THE AMAZING MR. HAM- MER, A. Special: 1947 Melbourne Cup.

SYDENHAM. LA1704.-The Outlaw. A;

Ta-i'-n and the Huntress. G.

THORNLEIGH. JW2094. 1.45, 7.30:

Margie. A: Falcon's Adventure. A.

'"lir.T'ATSON'S BAY, New Rex. FMM34. 7.45 VV SWELL GUY. A; ABIE'S IRISH ROSE. G Mat. 1.45: Song cf the South: two-reel comedv. serial. Melbourne Cup. etc.

WILLOUGHBY. HOYTS. JA555B. 1.30.

7.30. CROSSFIRE. A: CARNIVAL IN COSTA RICA. G. Tech. Special Children's Met., 1.30.

WILLOUGHBY. ROYAL. .TAI 915. A

Woman Destroyed. A; Jungle Flight, G: Melb. Cup Special. Children's Pictures 1.30 Matinee.

"tTTOOLLAHRA. HOYTS. FW3141. 1.30.

W. 7.45. CROSSFIRE. A: MILLIE'S

DAUGHTER, A. Special Children's Mat., 1.30.

COUNTRY PICTURE THEATRES

ITwo lines, week-days 4/: Saturday 4/8.1 WINDSOR. 'Ph. 28B. Mat., Night: The

Imperfect Lady. A: Janie. G: SPECIAL 1947 MELBOURNE CUP._

(A) Denotas 'Tor Adult Exhibition." . (G) Denota* "General exhibition."

AMUotiWEitTá

ICE SHOW TO-NIOHT. I!

ICE SKATING-GLACIARIUM--ICE SKATINGS

Thrill to to-night's spectacular Iee Show! Sessions now, Mon. to Fri., 3 and18 p rnj Saturday. 10-:i-8 p.m. Adm.: Tues, to Fri., 1/11: Mon. popular night 1/; Sat,

in a m 1. 3 p.m. 1/11. R p.m. 2/6 (all Flus tax) Concessions to parties, chíb- ete. 'Phone. MA6081. Glaclarlum Ice Rink. George Street. Railway Square. j'

LUNA PARK-FOR FUN UNTOLE!

NEW ATTRACTIONS 1 i,(

MATINEE TO-DAY AT 2 - TO-NIGHT AT 7! }¡

Fun, Thrills. Dancing lor Everyone. Just Across the Bridge. t

BAND CONCERTS TO-MORROW AFTERNOON AND EVENING. "j

LUNA PARK EVERY NIGHT. AT 7!

'YDNBY TURF CLUB.

RACES AT. ROSEHILL THIS SATURDAY,|

8th NOVEMBER. 1947.

8 Races.

1st Rsc« 12:45 p.m. Lost rsce 4.50 p.m.

Special trains from North Sydney (eom-| mtnclng 10.SO a.m.). every lew, minutes, calling Wynyard. Central and other sta- tions. On return journey, trains depart racecourse from 4.25 to 5.54 P.m.

H. JENKINS.

Racing Secretary.

L. V. LACHAL.

.Secretary.

PUNCH and Judy, Magic, Ventriloquism.

Children's Parties a specialty. DEVLIN, Th» Magician, F.T.I.M. (Amer.). JB25S6. MAGICIAN. Ventriloquist. Punch and Judy.

Best Artists, book no»'. I,Al80.1.

THE Speakers' Training Society. Meeting,

November 10. Members only.

BOOTS and Saddle. N. N'been, Hacks

Hired, tuition. MA5899. Mon, to Fri.

JpWEDA TREWEEK. Mclb. Soprani^

Soloist, Melb. Phil. Soc.. A.B.C. í.í'

Open Engagements. Xmas Oratorios. ',>:.

I_Concerts. LM1 93._* ¡

RECORD VOUR VOICE! . i.

Speech, Song, Music JA Piano Accomp. Free. True to Life. 1. HARMONY RECORDING STUDIOS,

177 George St. (nr. Quay). Tel. B540!, SUNDAY. 7.50 p.m.. Pleasant Musical

Evening, 399 George St. opp. Dym. Bli;

Free supper and collect. Packed hall la,? week. Compere. Bill Lewis. ;, LAWRENCE CAMPBELL STUDIO. SPEEC;.

TRAINING IN ALL BRANCJHES. Chi«, dren'a Class. Saturday Moining. 2 Mart ^ iPtace. Sydney. BW729I1. <:< CONCERT Party has Vacancies tor Volui ,i

tary Artists, also Members tor Sociy Club. Full details, Secretary. 23 Albc: Read, Strathfield. ,y DANCE Bands, Musicians. Acts. Artist-.

Comperes. Vocalists. Microphones alwa;;, available. SIDROSS STUDIOS. LX120o.

WT ELL-KNOWN Bushwalklng Club has fe<; >> vacancies for lady members. Bes 23d.. G.P.O., Sydney. . , , ¡j» S.T.C. Tlckctvvrltlng Class. Films will IV

shown. Thurs.. 20th Nov. r».

NE. Howell. 'y RING AL. HAMMETT for best Dcm/

Bands. Musicians. Singers. Enlertalnert i all functions. XL2559. r.

COMPLETE Carnival Plant, available Xmt.,

holidays. Box 2569. G.P.O.. Sydney, ¿j, KEN the Merry Magician and Punch arv.

Judy for Smok-os. Parties. UAG231.

DANCING, CABARETS, RESTAURANTS, ETC._£

Bobbin Head BOBBIN INN Bobbin Hea¿

BOOK NOW FOR YOUR j,' XMAS DINNER PARTY f

ALSO NEW YEAR'S EVE CABARET. V

Al Bobbin Inn, on the Banks ol Cowan Waters._Reservations. JW3Q7B\ ;.'' PATHFINDERS TORCHBEARERS FOR LEGACY YOUNGER SET INVITE YOÜ^Í-.

THEIR ?£.

NEW YEAR'S EVE REVEL |

WEDNESDAY, 31st DECEMBER, 1947, 8 p.m.-l a.m. V

AT THE CORONET, 318 GEOROE ST.

* MAKE YOUR BOOKING EARLY,' XMÍÍ333, ._SUBSCRIPTION 13 fi. j¿

CABARET DANCING TO-NIGHT i

RUSSIAN SOCIAL CLUB fe,

727 GEORGE STREET. SYDNEY. ' ' Nott Proceeds always donated to Charity. Russian Orchestra. New Continent»; Artists. Reservattons: 'Phone. MA29H,_

IN THE WENTWORTH BALLROOM jg

EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT ;ji¡

DANCE TO THE FAMOUo WENTWORTH BAND.

9 P.M. lo 1 A.M.. DELIGHTFUL SUPPER. RESERVATIONS. BI361 (10 lines;*!

C. D. MACLURCAN. Managing Directer._WENTWORTH HOTEL. LTD. ;«>i

LE COQ D'OR RESTAURANT "||

Open To-night and Every Saturday till Midnight. i-f

(K. Holt at thc Plano.) 1*1 / . Week Nights till 9 p.m. J«

30 Ash Street, city. Reservations: BB31.1, it'

'_(Nest to Paling's.)_BIM M. fj

KIRSOVA BALLET SCHOOL fi

Helene Kirsova, late Prima Ballerina. Covent Garden. Monte Carlo. Ballets RIISSB,'I

CLASSES FOR MALE DANCERS. THURSDAY, 6 P.M. A

NEW TERM OPEN NOW. WRITE FOR- PROSPECTUS. -;A Children's, Advanced Pupils' Business Girls' Saturday Morning Classes. i f

Studios: 21 MACQUARIE PLACE._Telephone. B4710. f.\

FRANCES SCULLY SCHOOL OF DANCING;

CHILDREN'S BALLET CLASSES-THIS SATURDAY MORNINÔ-;

Business Girls' Tap Class. Wednesday, fi p.m. J',' Business Girls' Ballet class. Friday. 6 p.m. *.

All Inquiries. FRANCES SCULLY. Paling's Buildings,_Telephone. BAB IB. !!>

LEARN TO DANCE WITH JACK KEATINC^

And Miss Bobby Murphy, Newtown Station. Telephone. LA3130. >.

(Both Fellows I.S.T.D.. Lond. 3y Exam. Alto Federal, and S.A.T.D.). Classes nlghth j" 8.15. Also Sat. Aft. 2.30. Private Lesions I rem 10 A.M. 7/6 'A Hour. Beginner:-,', Advanced, Medallists. Ccmp. Dancers. Trained. Professionals Coached. Inquire LA313W« Modern Dance Saturday Nicht. Last heats trtp to Melbourne. *'K

T KICHHAKDT Town Hall To-night. Truly . J Grand Old-lime. Great orch.. prog., door. Happy crowds. Wed.. Sat. Large sup- per rocm. tables. Special, noted vocalist (ev. Sat.) Relrcsliments available. Adm. 1/11

SOCIETY or Aust. Teachers of Dancing.

Teachers' Exams. Associate and Member (Modern Ballroom), Sunday. 23rd Novcm. Inq., Keating. LAU130; Potter. FJ348H; Des- mond, MAB1S1.

GHAND OLD-TIME DANCE TO-NIGHT,

" Sat., St. Benedict's Hall. cur. Aber- crombie und George Sis. GD. NEW -i-PlECE BAND. Excel. Moor prog, and supper. 100 p.c. Select. No Limier. EDNA LUMB.

rilO-NIGHT, OLD-TIME at TRADES HALL,

.L eily. Exe. music, floor, supper. 1/11. Also every WED. NIGHT now. Graham Memorial Hall. Charing Cross. Waverley. Alight P.O.

INTERSTATE and M.B.T.A. Champ. lor

Trip to Melb.. last heals (W.S.Q.T.). To-night. Keating s. Newtown. Dancing. R 11.30 3/3. Good band. LA3130. Grand Final.' 2flth November. __" NOTICE. GRAND REGAL OLD-TIME

DANCE, BIRTHDAY CARNIVAL. Bl« Trades Hall, next Sat. Night. Nov. Iii. Old and new natrons welcomed. Adm. ,1/11.

OLD-TIME, ev. WED.. at lovely PARA

DANCE Ballroom. Lidcombe. Carnival. 20th, try lt. Minna Bryce.

TOAN ALLEN. A.I.S.T.D.. Ballroom Studio.

?IB Cnmhririar SI S'nnmore LA3131.

IlOPS IN OLD-TIME DANCES. NEW*',

TOWN, Manchester Unity Kall, cveiKä Sat., 8 I).m. Spac. cool soc. Jim Edwarditi,* Famous Happy Oo Lucky Baud. (V-v riiO-NlGHT, ev. Sat., Thur.: Minna Bryce<V.,i X Old-time. Spue. Transport Hse.. Cleveland,;-,) St nr. Rly: Lovely dr., bnd., prog., best lyJv town, 1/11. Parudunce, Lidcmbc. ev. Wee«:-. S.A.T.D. Australian Dunce Club (modern ;4V<

. This Sunday. 9th Nov.. KcatlngV;*/-, Teachers. 7.30; Club, 8 p.m. Inquire. KeatNj î lng. LA:H:IO; Potter, FJ34Í18. ¡ley1 IJ11YLL1S BATES" BALLROOM. ;ï;'-'

. 210 Pitt Street. Telephone. MA5754. ¡ii':

Private Lessons. Classes. 9 a.m. to ll D.ttM

PADDINGTON Town Hall, every Snt'Hl

Night. 50-50 No. 1 Hall. Jaw No. nflr, One admission to both. '.r, TO-NIGHT. Marie. Winton. Supreme. Rei«'

Old Time: supper; 1/11. 08 Oxford S«¡V city. M'. CIHR1ST CHURCH HALL, Pitt St, opr^f.

' Railway. Fri. and Sats., 50-50. prlzeiî'j, big carnival this Sat. Goid time. 1/11. At mO-NIGHT. School Arts. Newtown. ReiSi' X Old-time. 30 over. Sup. Seats. Usual gc>5 CLASS TO-DAY. 2.30-5 n.m. THE CECI'iJl1

MILES STUDIO. 175 PITT STREET, 'ii¡; AUSTRALIAN HALL. Elizabeth St.. cilsti

. every Monday OLD-TIME DANCING. Wi AT MASONIC HALL. Merrylands: OLDv

TIME Evcrv MONDAY NIGHT. 1«. I EARN Old-time Jazz. To-night 7.3C

l-l 1,11 less. MA8025. Quayle's. 885 Geo. SY.

MOTOR HIRE & TRANSPORT

fTivc- lines, week-day* 4/: Saturday. 4/8.1 AT SUMMER HILL. Drive yourself Curs

for Hire, any period, moderate. UA7393. ADRIVE YOURSELF SERVICE, late mod.

Sedans. SO Beach Rd. Bondi. FYV1314. AT Auburn and Croydon. VB's lor Hire.

Moderate charres. ITJ4341

AT MODERN MOTOR SCHOOLS. MA7250.

Cars for licence tests. Beginners taught, lomee. 1st n., 147 Elizabeth St. nr. Mkt. St. AUTO. Hire. Drive Yourself Service (reg.).

Cars for Hire. Day or Night. 6d mlle. No extras. FABC27._ ADRIVE YOURSELF SERVICE, late mod.

JEEPS WITH TRAILERS.

SEDANS. TOURERS. UTILITIES.

MCARTHUR. 48 Walli* Pde, Bondi. FW5317.I AT REGAL-U-DRIVE, FW7677.

Compare Our Prices.

Inquire now SPECIAL XMAS RATE. Ila Mill Hill Road. Bondi Junction.

ATTA DRIVE YOURSELF.

ATTA DRIVE YOURSELF. ATl'A DRIVE YOURSELF.

Modern Cars. Hie Best lor Less.

_PA 1523._FA 841)8. .

AT V.E DRIVE YOURSELF SERVICE.

Buick*, chev».. Dodges. Fords. Austins, Dully or Weekly flutes N.ll.M.A. (loud

Service,

V-E MOTOR INDUSTRIES PTY. LTD..

BW205II. Watson Use., u Bilah St. HWtinaa.

^ UTO- CENTRE CO. PTY. LTD.

Better Curs and Better Rates Dully, weekly, monthly. Full Car Insurance.

»Book now for Xmas Holidays.

Cars from 8d per mlle.

DEFINITELY NO RENTAL CHARGE,

LARGEST and BEST FLEET In AUSTRALIA. 77 Wentworth Ave, city, cnr.. Campbell St. Or inti Elizabeth Street, near Campbell St. _MA5G85 or MA2932._ CARS, ready now. lor Saturday only.

Strathfield Drive Yourself. UJ2306.

DRIVE Yourself Dodge Sedans. £ 1 a day.

ßd n mlle. Rlnî UA75tia. Day, Night., DODGE 5-tcn available for work, wheat

cart., etc. T. Florance, Prestons P.O. 'Ph., Liv. 145. TD017.

DRIVE Yourself Cars; ninepence per mlle.

Good reliable cars. Dcdge. De Soto, Ply- mouth, Studebaker. H. CLARK, 342 Bourke Street. Darlinghurst. FA3332.

EX-SERVICEMAN wants Perm, or Casual

Work with new Chev. Mnple Leaf Truck. 14ft X 7ft 4ln T.T. XB4Ü40, VT630 171URN. VANS. Katoomba. Lithgow. Bath

. mst, Orange, Mason, FB1004. Lie. 1002. ]71URN. Removuls and Storage, country and

: Interstate. TR E LEA VEN. LF3438.

171URN1TURE Reinov. and Stor.. 6ub. or

. Country. Limited Stor. avail. Wm. Shaw, 144 L'pool Rd.'Ashfield. UA7123. Lic. V2221 1FURNITURE VANS leaving Newcastle for

. Sydney and all Northern Towns. Load- ing required. MV-4821. J. WOOLLEY and SONS. Newcastle. 'Phone. B25Ü2.

171URN Vans going Kat., B'hurst. Orange.

. Parkes. Forbes. Dubbo. Wellington. Cowra. Young. Ldg. wtd. both ways. Bar- ron. Martin. FW1837. Lie. 45«

171URN. VANS going Bowral. G'burn, Can

.' berra Yass, G'dagal, Wagga. Clmundra, Junee. Loading wanted both ways.

BARRON MARTIN. FW1837. Lie. 450.

FURN. VANS going M'land. Singleton,

Scone, W. Creek. Quirindi. Manilla. Walcha. Ar'dnle, T'worth. Loading «td. both ways. BARRON MARTIN. FWlB37.'Lic 459. FURN. VANS going W'gong. Kiama,

Nowra. Milton, Braidwood, Moruya. Narooma. Bega. Ldg. wtd. both ways.

BARRON MARTIN. FW1837. Lie. 459.

ÏÏ1URN VANS going N'castle. Wingham,

. Taree W'hcpe, P. Macquarie. C. Harb.. Kempsey. 'Oraften. Ldg. wtd. both ways

BARRON MARTIN. FW1837. LC 459.

FURN. VAN going Lismore. Grafton, Cot! s

Harbour. Kempsey. Taree Gloucester, Newcastle, etc.. Nov. 10th, 17th. and 24th. LOADING WANTED. ,, " " THOFV MILLS, LTD. FA3141 Lie. 2962. FURN. Vms to Katoomba, Lithgow, Or-

ange. Wellington, Goulburn, Yass, New- castle, and Sth. Ccat, Loading wantecb-A. SAUNDERS. 5 Blair Street, Bondi. FW3510.

ÏL'^'UR??.' VAN going Ollirandra. Dubbo, Wel

' llngton. Molong. Narromine. Orange, Bathurst. Cowra, Lithgow, Katcomba. etc.. Nov 10th, 17th, and 24th. Loading wanted. THOR MILLS. LTD. FA3141. Lic. 2962. FURNITURE VAN going Wagga, Griffith,

Junee, Ccotamundra. Temora. Cowra, Ycun1?. Gundagai, Yass. Canberra, Goulburn. Bowral etc.. Nov. 10th, 17th, and 24th. LOADING WANTED.

THOP, MILLS. LTD. FA3141. Lie. 2962. FURN. VAN going Tentorlleld. Olen Innes.

Inverell. Armidale. Walcha. Tamworth. Gundagai, Scene. Maitland. Newcastle. Gosford, Nov. 10th, 17th. and 24th: LOAD- ING WANTED. . """" THOS. MILLS, LTD. FA3141. Lie. 2962. FURNITURE VANS: . A fast reliable

Service leaves Sydney every Monday tor Melbourne. Every care ls taken with Furniture and fragile merchandise. Loading wanted both ways. A quotation gladly

[supplied. Kllners. 257 Broadway. MW2501. HLlr' ÓLMÉS' GARAGE, 244 New South Head

Read. Fdsccllff.

DEPENDABLE HIRE 8ERVICE.

Mcd«rn Sedan Cars for Hire. FM2B77.

m

COURTESY HIRE SERVICE.

Modern. Economical. Luxurious Ford

Sedans. 8 h.p. Tourer, lflcwt. and 1 -ton

Utilities, and 5-ton Trucks for Hire.

HASTINGS DEERING. HASTINGS DEERING.

WILLIAM and CROWN STREETS.

Telephone, M0412 (23 Unes).

MOTOR HIRE & TRANSPORT;;

T NTERNATIONAL Siward Tipping Trucks ¡j

KS5 and KB5. want Casual or Contrat'

Work. VM735. VV317. 'Phone. XA1713 ;f MODERN DRIVE-YOURSELF and HIR.' ;|.

Cars. 333 Adelaide St. Brisbane. B900 ;," MAN with IB36 12cwt Utility wants Work i.

A. Helmes. IB Aboukir St, Rockdale;;

'Phone. LX3751. (SS72.1.) XÂ;

Ldg. wtd. Reduced rates. Martin and An.ViV

drews, Lie. No. 423. FW7105 If-.);

J^ENT-A-CAR lor BUSINESS or Pleasure;];.

Why . pay more when you can have com' plate camion and safety In these luxurious latest models.

Special rates for Business Houses.

194 WILLIAM STREET, SYDNEY.

RENT-A-CAR, ¡or PLEASURE or Business

QYDNEY to Melb.. Loading required foiljï: 0 10-ton semi-trailer. Part loading an«V small. consignments nccepted. Norm Viscáis 7 Broadstalrs Street. Balmain (ll/H/24; lj' Victorian). 1ft. WTD. Work 4-yd. Tipper, casual perm.tl'

Corbett, PA2841, message. (TA739.îf

\\rANTED. Price for Transportation of 2f i' *i Persons tn and from Nepean (Penrith^ Sunday 30th November. Donner. FJ3148 I';*, WANTED to contact Arms who con supplsf^.

regular Interstate loading. No. 11321,1 ¿J; Herald. \%

WEEK-END or Nlsht Work wanted for I3;'.i

h.p. Harley Motor Cycle, with large;.!1 box. 17 Fredbert St. Leichhardt. "Si" WANTED, Loading, all towns. Glen Innes .-gt

to 15 tons req. WE280. Leaving ll try* Inst. 'Phone. UF1043. ':<»;

WANTED, Contract Work. 3-ton '42 Cherri.1

Table-top. and '44 International tsbla-'-:?ji tcp. City or country. Ring FW4175. Wake-W '>3. OW147. V.i. ?\T7ANTED, Work for Truck and Utility*';1

»TLtc VB438. L46-152. Edwards. HW,«| Croydon Ave, Croydon Park. '>;, f,

SPORT, SPORTING REQUISITES; !; 1 Two lines, week-days 4/; Saturday. 4/R.li..l>

-fy;

VACANT Tennis Court lor Hire, Central'.,-',

Croydon. Starting to-day. Ring UF173B.f V

LECTURES i?

[Two lines week-days 4': Saturday. 4/B.];:y

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rrHIE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY.'*-;!

X LECTURES BY PROFESSOR R. W. '»

GERARD, .fi'

INTERNATIONAL VISITOR.

INVITED BY NATIONAL UNIVERSITY. \tf

Monday. 10th November, "The Physiological

Approach to Society as a Tyne of Organism. lv[¡ Mondoy 17lh November. ''The Biology otU;

Imagination." Wt Public cordially Invited. Lectures free.

_. hi

HUMAN RIGHTS ASSEMBLY OF AUS--C.

TRALIA (formerly Australian United Na-: .»

lions Assembly). 26th Discussion. Even-, i lng. Mcnday. Nov. 10, R p.m.. University, ;f Law School. 167 Phillip St. Dr. M. Laser- ^ son on "30 Years of Soviet Revolution, ¡if Free. ; ft ¡"IO you give wrong impressions to others?^ M Talks cn personality by Hatgwcod-jf?

Masters each Wednesday. 7.45 p.m.. Ist,»« floor. 26 O'Connell SI. Inquiries. Secretary,gi BW03B5. ' fi

FELLOWSHIP AUST. WRITERS. 38 Clar-'fl

ence St. Sun.. 8 p.m., Lecture. Mme.«

A.. Klodnltsky. "Soviet Literature: lt's His-i^J iDrlcal Background." Adm. free. Ccll.¿n Public. Inv. Tues., ll. Members' Evening,¡J MY Kingdom not of this world. Public,.«

Address by B. B. Mason, Representativesn of the Watch Tower Society, This Sunday, i> 7.30 p.m.. at Sydney Town Hall. All «el-ri come. No collection. \M

alHE MEANS TO PEACE. Lecture by MlssV

. Marie B. Byles. M.A.. LL.B., at Uni- ';, tartan Church, To-morrow. Peace Sunday, j.; ct 7.15 P.m. fl RATIONALIST Assoc. Ingersoll Hall. Sun

day. B. Mr. C. Campbell. Trade Repre-i^ Tentative lectures. Indonesia. Admission.,' Free. Collection. ,

THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY, Savoy Theatre

7.15 p.m.: Mr. J. L.. Davldge will, speak on "Perfect Justice-Does lt Rule , tho World?" Free. Coll.

EMERSON'S PROPHECY, Mr. M. Sawtell, 11

Independent T. S. King's Hall. 71 Hun- -, ter St. Sun.. 7.15. Free. Coll.

JOHN o' LONDON Lect., Tues. 0. 28 Mar

tin Pl. Geoffrey Chaucer, Mr. G. Smyth . ' TTNITED Lodge Theosophists. 166 Phillip«. SJ St. Sun.. 7.15. Serums and Health. ,

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